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I am having trouble. I got a referral from my primary doctor to go to a pain clinic, but my insurance doesn't have anyone within 30 miles of me, so they said they'd approve someone outside the network. But I've called probably 7 or 8 different places (some of them more than once when I got transferred around) and the places I've found either a. don't accept outpatients (inpatient only - hospitals) or b. refuse to even consider taking the approval from my insurance.

I don't know what to do, and with the weather changing, I'm in a lot more pain than usual. Does anyone have any ideas?


Date: 2009-12-17 06:20 am (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] wyldraven
Contact your insurance company's customer service line. They should be able to help you find someone who accepts their payments.

Best wishes to you.


Date: 2013-05-28 07:19 am (UTC)
From: (Anonymous)
Beard of Odin, this is SO MUCH AWESOME! I usually get to see what the courbitntors are up to, but it's rare I get a look at what other commenters do more posts, please! Nothing proper on the drawing table at the mo, but here's some sketches done up this week after reading an article on the latest fossil evidence for dinosaur colours (iridescence in Microraptor feathers, this time). I really don't know a damn thing about dino anatomy, but hopefully 'bird with lizard head' isn't too far off.


Date: 2013-06-11 06:10 am (UTC)
From: (Anonymous)
This is from Wikipedia: Two major identity prrdevios online, AOL and Yahoo!, can currently be used with OpenID. AOL's system, using, is currently in beta. Yahoo has unofficial, third-party OpenID support at Also, Flickr's login is now merged with Yahoo's, isn't it? As such, it would seem to me that using one method or another, an OpenID can function for Yahoo/Flickr or AOL/AIM, killing two birds with one stone, as they say.


Date: 2013-06-11 10:17 am (UTC)
From: (Anonymous)
The core ethical value in sekedolfs is respect and kindness. In the garden they are kind with each other helping them and giving them tips. The respect part is that no one is judging one another. They respect other ppls plants and garden.


Date: 2013-05-28 06:06 am (UTC)
From: (Anonymous)
The big thing that people are upset about is that while you can opt-out of cross-posting your own enriets and comments to your own facebook or twitter account, you currently can NOT opt-out of readers cross-posting their own comments on your journal, including friends-locked posts.Although LJ claims to be working on the problem and coming up with a solution, this whole thing seems such a profound level of poor judgement that I don't feel confident that they won't do something equally boneheaded in the future and compromise my locked posts while I'm not looking.Also, if they were so very concerned about the issue, they would have disabled the feature until they come up with a fix for it.So yeah. I've basically run the script to make all of my posts private until I migrate elsewhere.


Date: 2013-06-09 05:54 am (UTC)
From: (Anonymous)
I think that the core ethical value that could be detrnstoamed in the book, Seed Folks is responsibility. I believe this because everyone who has a garden in the lot chose to put it there, so therefore they have to take care of it. Also, they could be responsible for other people's gardens when they need assistance.


Date: 2013-06-11 10:40 am (UTC)
From: (Anonymous)
Hi there Tried the plugin in WP 2.3, with identity. A the dance with the provider worked fine, the user is created within WP, but then I'm left at wp-login.php?extra=&openid.assoc_handle= containing only the text of is_valid:trueI do not appear to be logged in. This happens both the first and subsequent login attempts.Any idea?



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