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    I'm out of ideas... I hope things turn around soon for you.
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    Like I said, until November hits we're pretty much stuck like this. I have a friend that sells insurance so we may look at going through him to get a decent rate. It may still be a bit higher but not nearly as badly as we used to have.
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    Quote Originally Posted by geostump View Post
    Like I said, until November hits we're pretty much stuck like this. I have a friend that sells insurance so we may look at going through him to get a decent rate. It may still be a bit higher but not nearly as badly as we used to have.
    What if you set aside a certain dollar amount a week to cover the policy and paid quarterly or something? We get a discount for paying "less often". We pay quarterly and I set aside the money monthly (ours is lower in cost as we don't have medical issues - yet - Brad will likely develop them if he doesn't change his ways) to cover it so it's not a huge amount all at once. I know it would still be a stretch given your circumstances, but it's an idea to entertain at least.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jenn26point2 View Post
    What if you set aside a certain dollar amount a week to cover the policy and paid quarterly or something? We get a discount for paying "less often". We pay quarterly and I set aside the money monthly (ours is lower in cost as we don't have medical issues - yet - Brad will likely develop them if he doesn't change his ways) to cover it so it's not a huge amount all at once. I know it would still be a stretch given your circumstances, but it's an idea to entertain at least.
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    In regards to A Good Day to Die Hard. That was an awesome movie!!! Seriously good. Yippey Kiyae MotherF@ckers!
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    Question for those of you that go to the chiro. I had my first adjustment yesterday and I was exhausted within an hour of it being done and I kept getting progressively meaner throughout the day. I didn't have any of the soreness he told me to expect afterwards. Has anybody else experienced this? Oh, btw, he was hawt!
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    Quote Originally Posted by geostump View Post
    Question for those of you that go to the chiro. I had my first adjustment yesterday and I was exhausted within an hour of it being done and I kept getting progressively meaner throughout the day. I didn't have any of the soreness he told me to expect afterwards. Has anybody else experienced this? Oh, btw, he was hawt!
    I never have, yet I have a friend that swears she gets meaner and angry whenever she has a massage or a chiro visit. She attributes it to released toxins. Whether this is true or not is not in my lane, but she says it is true. I always feel great after either one.

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    I can't say I ever got bitchier. I tended to hurt like hell for a few hours afterwards though.
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    Make sure you hydrate very well afterwards. I often feel tired.

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    Yes, definitely hydrate. My old chiro (the one I saw as a kid) always told me to hydrate after. Something about what's released with the joint cracking? If I'm sore after, I usually feel GREAT the next day. Yeah, I definitely feel kind of tired though.
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