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Today, while waiting for a doctors appointment, my husband started playing angry birds. Continually losing the game ended up raising his blood pressure to the point where he now has to have his medication changed. The new medication is $100 copay. FML
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  n_epic_fail  |  14

And we wonder why people think America is a joke. you take this game and there are commercials and stuffed animals and god knows what else out there promoting a game that causes high blood pressure, but then again that's when you know your doing your job, it's called angry birds... no false promises there.

  dre_bro11  |  12

30, the game doesn't cause the high blood pressure, it's the fact that whoever is playing it can't play or can't handle losing (or not winning in this case).

  StoryOfTheYear  |  13

2- I don't see any mention of a job application in the FML.
You, sir or madam, have absolutely no idea what you are talking about. You should really look at the context of the FML before you go raving about random crap that has nothing to do with the FML.

  gbreck  |  0

11- wtf are you smoking? your comment is not relevent in any sense to 2's comment. plus, you pretty much just contradicted yourself by raving about what 2 said, great job.


8 is right. this whole insurance thing and prescription meds and the way they are handed out starts to become pretty ridiculous. obviously not in all cases. but definitely in most..
you kind of have to experience it to realize it. and also maybe try not to believe that everything the U.S. does is for the "better". shit is corrupt.

  awesome545  |  1

Canada is better, you don't have to worry about those expensive bills after having to go to the emergency room. It's just one less thing to worry about.

  remz89  |  3

yes but regardless the op is talking about the cost of the medicine not health care. You seem to forget medication is still something you've got to pay for unless you have insurance.

  ShroomsOnAcid  |  16

Most of the time you don't even need medication, unless your condition has gotten completely out of control and gone too far. Especially for blood pressure. There's tons of ways to bring it down without taking a single pill.