By Kim Stagliano
We're excited to report the latest news from State Pharm insurance - like a good neighbor, they are eliminating all actuarial tables, all statistics, all facts on age, sex, health and will offer insurance to anyone, everyone.
Yes, my fellow Americans - State Pharm now realizes that risk is simply an outdated concept.
You're 67, smoke three packs a day, have two stents and have already had one leg amputated because of diabetes? How's about $500,000 of term life insurance for just $256.00 a year, Bunky! Your premium will never go up and you're covered until 2099! Plus, "Jake" will come make you hot coffee every day for a month, and make your bed!
You're 36 and parachute out of a 1924 bi-plane after three hours of wine tasting in Sonoma every weekend? Sign on the dotted line for $1,000,000 in term life for just $187.50! State Pharm will throw in a trucker cap, can cozie and a polar fleece blanket for those chilly winter nights as your special gift.
Nothing will go wrong. No one will get hurt. Everything in America is safe, and should not be questioned.
So hurry up and call your local agent NOW. Call before November 1st and State Pharm will offer you a discounted ticket to Pamploma for the running of the bulls and one of their nifty red shirts. Hey, they ARE a good neighbor.
We support Rob Schneider, who was terminated from the new and very funny and endearing State Farm insurance ads, reprising his "Copy Boy" character from SNL for having spoken up on the topic of healthcare choice as it relates to vaccines. When I first saw the ad I ran to the TV and smiled. Now? Well, there goes the neighborhood.... Here's a detailed report:
From NSNBC International - Hollywood actor Rob Schneider got first-hand experience about the fact that corporate capitalism is not democracy and that publicly raising concerns about vaccine safety and efficacy issues results in a swift lesson about the fact that freedom of speech is a right that is mitigated by the fact that one’s livelihood and income may be threatened by addressing issues of concern for a multi-billion dollar per year vaccine industry.
Freedom of Speech exists in these United States. That is, if one can afford Unemployment... Read more.
Kim Stagliano is Managing Editor of Age of Autism. Her new novel, House of Cards; A Kat Cavicchio romantic suspense is available from Amazon in all e-formats now. Her memoir, All I Can Handle I'm No Mother Teresa is available in hardcover, paperback and e-book.