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Doc Al:

With Alzheimer's, every minute is a new day.

devon cox:

i think he is broken


Please wait, Mr. Luntz--I'm not finished. In order to "reign in medical costs" under Obamacare "coverage," legislators devised a new system for determining how benefits would be paid. In order to discourage people from contracting diseases, many conditions are illegal to exhibit. While you ARE "covered," it is my regret to inform you that not only am I prohibited from treating you, but your conditions are not COMPENSABLE under the plan. You will be assessed a fine for each illegal condition you exhibit. The shared risk/pooled money concept still applies to pay for treatment of certain conditions, such as tennis elbow, ACL tears incurred while playing golf, or any cancer or heart disease where the DNA of the tumor or cholesterol, respectively, can be traced back to its catalyst--for example, the eggs benedict, lobster & butter, caviar, seared prime rib, bearnaise, or crème brûlée which caused it--& any condition is compensable if black truffles or a good single-malt are found in your system. Covered conditions are classified under "Nomenklaturopothy." Your illnesses are classified under a group of diseases called "Proletariatitis." If you don't have any questions, just take this form to the window & they'll be able to process you--waaahhhrrr... paperwork. Have a nice overture.


I was going to say something, but I forgot!


My ribs ache.

I was chuckling by the second sentence of T's piece, and in tears by the end of it. I think I'm getting a break, then I read G's and I'm out of my chair. You two should go on the road. It's a killer act when even the straight man is funny. Better yet, make it three with John Cox as a modern romantic conservative Denny Dent to inspire the schtick.


John Cox is a painter, cartoonist, and illustrator for hire. For information about purchasing existing work or commissioning new work, contact him by e-mail at john555cox [at] hotmail.com.

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