AFI #29 – Double Indemnity

Double Indemnity 1944 Directed by Billy Wilder Netflix says... Smitten insurance man Walter Neff plots the perfect murder with femme fatale client Phyllis Dietrichson: staging her husband's "accidental" death to collect double indemnity on his life insurance and absconding with the loot. It seems my fate to catch up on all the great film noir … Continue reading AFI #29 – Double Indemnity

Do Not Call

As most of you are aware, I recently changed jobs. With that change, came a change in health insurance coverage. In my adult life, every full-time job I've had has provided me with some sort of health plan. Unfortunately, this is not something the church has been able to provide as I've come on board … Continue reading Do Not Call

Question of the Week #49

While parking late at night, you slightly scrape the side of a Porsche. You are certain no one else is aware of what happened. The damage is minor and would not be covered by insurance. Would you leave a note? There was a time when I would say no, I wouldn't. My logic would be … Continue reading Question of the Week #49

Day Twenty Eight

What's In My Wallet? Driver's License Health Insurance Card Dental Insurance Card (2 copies, because reasons) Red Cross Blood Donor Card (I'm A- BTW) School portraits of myself from 6th & 7th grades, just in case I'm telling the story of how I was anorexic and they don't believe me. Those pictures show the drastic … Continue reading Day Twenty Eight

Why We Now Hate GEICO

This is a tale that began in February of this year. It was cold. There had been a lot of snow and ice that had fallen. The result was a crack in my windshield. Having my auto insurance through GEICO, I went to their website to file a claim. As it turns out, I had … Continue reading Why We Now Hate GEICO

The Windshield Crack’d

About a month ago, amidst the snow and ice that blanketed southwest Virginia and allowed me to take an eleven day vacation from school, I got into my car and noticed a small crack in my windshield. It began at the bottom of the glass and extended about six inches up on the passenger side. … Continue reading The Windshield Crack’d