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Misdiagnosed: Docs' Mistakes Affect 12 Million a Year - NBC News

"At least one in every 20 adults who seeks medical care in a U.S. emergency room or community health clinic may walk away with the wrong diagnosis, according to a new analysis that estimates that 12 million Americans a year could be affected by such errors."

The best medical system that money can buy.....

LOL!

Doh!

- NY Times

Perhaps Iraq was a good lesson......

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"The government is subsidizing the obesity epidemic"

Laughing out loud

Does the FDIC Order Anchovies? + Kool-Aid + Toast + Kool-Aid = Doh!

YouTube - FED UP - Official Trailer

Bruce in Tennessee wrote:

...I think Bill should ponder on this more.

Exurban Nation awaits.

Crickets

"Senator Paul said last week: "When is the last time in our country we created millions of jobs? It was under Ronald Reagan ..."

That is completely wrong."

"but recently it is mostly desperate Republicans that make stuff up!"

Fixed It For Ya

Remember, the majority of their constituents are Creationists.

Innocent

Bonjour à tous!

Party

Rob Dawg wrote:

Oh my. I just switched computers and the filters were off. How do you stand it?

You are such a liar.

shill wrote:

You ass-u-me correctly.

LOL!

1 currency now -yogi wrote:

I would bet $ that shill will never live in a red state.

Neither has Teh Dawg. Everyone is wrong...except them.

LOL!

shill wrote:

They WANT the system to collapse so THEY can rebuild it to their warped sense of reality, which they call social justice. Insanity is the liberal way just look at Detroit as a fine example of Liberal success.

Why do you continue to live in Massachusetts?

Former Idealist wrote:

Yellen Is A Dude

It's official: Tourette's coupled with Alzheimer's.

Former Idealist wrote:

This is not my first bubble, but when then sucker blows its gonna be HUGE.

Tell us Grandpa, how didja survive the last 30 bubbles dat u lived thru?

Get off my lawn!

I guess that I should head over to MishMash and see what he is grasping for today.

Laughing out loud

"It looks like 2014 should be a good year for hotels."

But but but the consumer is flat broke...companies are closing left and right.....cardboard boxers EVERYWHERE!!! Crying

Better chill down that oil tanker of Doomerville Kool aid.....it covers up the taste of cyanide.

Laughing out loud

MBW wrote:

and frankly, I blame voters.

Yes....because they are easily duped by fear. Just look at the Doomer Patrol here at the HCN.

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shill wrote:

The ethnic Russians in east Ukraine do not wish to stay in a country run by neo-nazi US puppets!

Careful, I don't believe that Blackwater likes to be referred to in that manner.

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Dog whistle consumers:

http://www.cnbc.com/id/101592655

It's funny how the same people who hoard guns also are the most ignorant within the GOP electorate.

Rob Dawg wrote:

Whatever shall we do with all the empty prisons and extra law enforcement?

Oh maybe doing REAL background checks on gun nutz.

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Gosh...still the same post...

This when I miss the Gnome the most.

Sad

vtcodger wrote:

useful product made in the DC metro area for consumption elsewhere.)

Money.

shill wrote:

There's a difference between Psychopath and Douche bag

Yep....Douche bags drive Dodge Chargers.

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Rob Dawg wrote:

And yet with the exception of a select few most cities languish.

Here are your languishing cities:

The incredible GDP map that shows half of U.S. output is generated by a few cities - Capitol Report - MarketWatch 

Teh Dawg....wrong again....as always

Laughing out loud

Suburbs Try to Prevent an Exodus as Young Adults Move to Cities and Stay

- NY Times

Poor Dawg.....wrong again.

Exurban Nation = Crickets Zombie

Cinco-X wrote:

Political collapse in Russia AND a financial collapse in China could do it...

Typical Doomer. Always looking for the climate of failure in order to support their pathetic lives.

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Cinco-X wrote:

Political collapse in Russia AND a financial collapse in China could do it...

Typical Doomer. Always looking for the climate of failure in order to support their pathetic lives.

shill wrote:

U.S. April Philly Fed 16.6 vs. 9.0 in March

Doomers should probably whip up a nice batch of Jonestown Kool Aid.

Kool-Aid

Rob Dawg wrote:

Why is Germany in economic trouble? Solid exports, high wage high employment , government budget controlled, low borrowing rates, where's the problems?

And heavily taxed with socialized medicine....

Doh!

Rob Dawg wrote:

If you can't explain what the company does in one sentence then you shouldn't invest.

From the rotted out garden shed....teh Oracle has spoken.

LOL!

Laughing out loud

sum luk wrote:

…if yer lookin for recession, try yerp

Comparatively, Europe has been in a recession since the 1960's.

Rob Dawg wrote:

There is no indicator or collection of indicators that can predict a recession further out than three quarters. The prospect for recession in the next three quarters remains low. That's all anyone can predict.

But you have been predicting an economic collapse for the last 5 years.

Laughing out loud

Sebastian wrote:

Recession is really pushed-back now.

Doomer's head go My Head Just Exploded

Why the American Medical Assoc. is nothing more than a propaganda machine:

More Proof That American Health Care Prices Are Sky-High

Doh!

burnside wrote:

Have you ever considered clicking on "in reply to"?

Tongue

burnside wrote:

Is it too late to agree? Stiglitz is alright on the subject. Salmon's a different pair of shoes.

Have you ever thought of clipping the quote to which you are referring?

burnside wrote:

In my somewhat fictional world, real estate trends arrive in San Diego. And now I feel I've discovered their point of departure.

In a sense, the San Diego market really hasn't recovered, but one thing has:

$2,500 a month in rent? Sign me up | UTSanDiego.com

"For others, renting is less about amenities and more about convenience. Terry Gilmore and his wife, Mie, rent a two-bedroom apartment at Casa Mira View for $1,955 per month to take advantage of conveniences. The Gilmores sold their house about five years ago, moved to Taiwan for a time, and then came back to the states, where they chose the massive Mira Mesa complex for its location near key shopping areas.

We sold the house and we sold all our furniture and just didn’t want to own a home anymore,” said Terry Gilmore, 71, a retired naval officer and engineer. “I don’t want to fix anything anymore. That’s what I like about here.”

Read it over and over.

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1 currency now -yogi wrote:

You can only buy so many houses until you own them all.

It gives a new meaning to a Company town.

aleister perdurabo wrote:

Rapper severs penis, jumps off building and survives

He must have actually listened to his own music.

"In general it appears the housing market is slowly moving back to normal."

If normal is 1903, then I would agree.

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Yoringe wrote:

Just guard your Sheep from the Speedo Lovers up North...

Germans?

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Matt Taibbi: America Has A 'Profound Hatred Of The Weak And The Poor'

The poorest states:

The 10 poorest states in America

Everyone one of them solidly Republican. I guess that the electorate of the conservative party likes it with all sand and no Vaseline™.

Doh!