So many questions…
Fortunately my house is about to be flooded so I have lots of time while I watch the water edge closer and closer toward my door. I doubt I’ll be seeing any dreams this night?
ING, formerly ETNA. I got the insurance right after the earthquake (9/21/1999). Story of a Newfoundlander who died and the financial difficulties of bringing his body home freaked me out a little so I decided to buy life insurance. They convinced me to buy a package which included disability and accidents. I honestly have no idea how they calculate the benefit. The hospital gives me a paper in Chinese, I bring it to the insurance company and they give me a cheque.
Hospitals get paid to keep you in as long as they can. I also had the surrounding flesh at the back of the throat removed so they told me they were worried about potential bleeding. My aunt, who was a health care professional in Canada, backed this up.
Private rooms were 2400/night. Doubles were 1200/night. With life to live over I’d have either taken the private and shelled out the extra cash, or paid nothing and took my chances, because if you are a light sleeper a semi-private room is about the same as the front lobby.
You may. I have no answer for you though for I do not know. If I had to guess I’d say knife. There was a whole lot of stuff missing when I woke up. General anaesthetic, yes.
Kaohsiung Veteran’s General Hospital.
As far as I know, they don’t.
Mine will not raise in terms of Taiwan dollars. I don’t even think in terms of other currency anymore. (EDIT: Mine costs 18 000 per year)
I’m Canadian. What the hell is an FA cup. The only cup that matters to us is called Stanley.