Where is Uncle buying your lunch today?

“Master o Public Administration”

Since: Oct 10

St. Marys, GA

#21 Apr 24, 2013
hoops wrote:
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What about the "free" house and $45,000 van you have so brazingly bragged about?
Of course, I have not and it is not.

I paid for it. Paid cash. Cash was rightfully mine from a Workers' Compensation claim, paid for from an insurance policy, mandated by state law. Disability and benefits were reviewed and approved by the state.

All perfectly legal. All as a result of insurance premiums that were part of my compensation at my job by state law.

Grow up, ignorant, hate-filled, red-necked asshole!

“Master o Public Administration”

Since: Oct 10

St. Marys, GA

#22 Apr 24, 2013
OBTW, I'm in the process now of pulling my equity out of my house via a reverse mortgage to buy rental property.

Life is good.

Choke on it!

Oh and the state required the WC carrier to purchase my wheelchair lift-equipped van, my wheelchair, and provide me with an annuity for any future GBS related needs.

Stick that!

“Master o Public Administration”

Since: Oct 10

St. Marys, GA

#23 Apr 24, 2013
However, if it will make you feel better, I'm headed to the kitchen to fix a couple of chili dogs (Oscar Mayer black angus beef dogs, of course!)
Bobby

United States

#24 Apr 24, 2013
Jorge wrote:
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VA retirement? Are you totally disabled? I'm not talking XX%; I'm talking unable to work. Take a walk in Jay's shoes. He's an asshat, but don't begrudge him his earned benefits.
It doesn't matter to the Va whether Moreno is disabled. His disability was not service related.
Bobby

United States

#25 Apr 24, 2013
Moreno Jay wrote:
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Of course, I have not and it is not.
I paid for it. Paid cash. Cash was rightfully mine from a Workers' Compensation claim, paid for from an insurance policy, mandated by state law. Disability and benefits were reviewed and approved by the state.
All perfectly legal. All as a result of insurance premiums that were part of my compensation at my job by state law.
Grow up, ignorant, hate-filled, red-necked asshole!
It just goes to show that, if you are willing to lie and you have a good attorney, you can force the insurance companies to pay.
lubejob

Herndon, PA

#26 Apr 24, 2013
Moreno Jay wrote:
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Of course, I have not and it is not.
I paid for it. Paid cash. Cash was rightfully mine from a Workers' Compensation claim, paid for from an insurance policy, mandated by state law. Disability and benefits were reviewed and approved by the state.
All perfectly legal. All as a result of insurance premiums that were part of my compensation at my job by state law.
Grow up, ignorant, hate-filled, red-necked asshole!
Uh huh. Moreno claimed that he got GBS eating in a road side greasy spoon while he was a truck driver. His claim was initially disallowed, but he kept filing claims and bugging the hell our of the claims processors until they gave up and said, "I've got to get rid of this mad man".

His GBS being ruled job related was the beyond a stretch. It was likely the most "unrelated to job" disability claim ever approved.

Now, Julian, do you want to tell us how a near Mensa intellect and former Navy Corpsman allowed himself to go 9 symptomatic days without getting competent treatment, thus ensuring permanent nerve damage? It's no wonder he's mad at the world. He did it to himself.

“Master o Public Administration”

Since: Oct 10

St. Marys, GA

#27 Apr 24, 2013
Bobby wrote:
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FYI, I get Social Security and a VA retirement and I am still working. Nobody gave me a free house, a free car, and a free maid so I can sit on my ass and do nothing all day.
If I wanted to sit on my ass all day, I would and you could just go f yourself. In point of fact, I don't. Well, not in the figurative sense, anyway.

I pay my housekeeper quite well, actually. That comes out of my pocket, including 100% of her withholding.
Alex

United States

#28 Apr 24, 2013
Moreno Jay wrote:
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If I wanted to sit on my ass all day, I would and you could just go f yourself. In point of fact, I don't. Well, not in the figurative sense, anyway.
I pay my housekeeper quite well, actually. That comes out of my pocket, including 100% of her withholding.
Recall you gloating with an in you race response that the VA was paying that salary.
ditto

United States

#29 Apr 24, 2013
Not many wartime vets in St. Marys? Any Vietnam vets at all?
Or is this area kind of like your George doubleyah Bush...kind of...absent for the war...all legal, of course. Now *that* is entitlement. Got nothing better to do? Get real...the Navy, the Marines, the Army and the Coast Guard are *all* here. Get a life...Jay has one, you do not.
Moreno Jay wrote:
Yes, via EARNED Social Security and an EARNED VA pension, just as I supported deserving recipients of same during my working years.
I'll take you seriously when you post a notarized copy of your letter to the Social Security Administration stating that, on Libertarian, Tea Party ideology grounds, you will NEVER accept any Social Security or VA benefits of ANY KIND that you are are "entitled to."
Until then, you are just another A-hole farting in the wind.
anon

United States

#30 Apr 25, 2013
lubejob wrote:
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Uh huh. Moreno claimed that he got GBS eating in a road side greasy spoon while he was a truck driver. His claim was initially disallowed, but he kept filing claims and bugging the hell our of the claims processors until they gave up and said, "I've got to get rid of this mad man".
His GBS being ruled job related was the beyond a stretch. It was likely the most "unrelated to job" disability claim ever approved.
Now, Julian, do you want to tell us how a near Mensa intellect and former Navy Corpsman allowed himself to go 9 symptomatic days without getting competent treatment, thus ensuring permanent nerve damage? It's no wonder he's mad at the world. He did it to himself.
Workers Comp is supposed to pay for on the job injuries. It was never meant to pay for disabilities caused by illness that is not job related. I can understand why the employer might be held responsible if the worker caught an illness from eating food provided by the employer as a part of compensation because the worker was unable to leave the job site to eat on his own. To pay a workers comp disability based on an illness allegedly contracted while eating in a restaurant of the employee's choice on a meal break from the job is just plain wrong. This is why we have a generation of people who want to hold their employers and the government responsible for every misfortune. Nothing is ever their fault and they take responsibility for nothing.
pork chop

Herndon, PA

#31 Apr 25, 2013
anon wrote:
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Workers Comp is supposed to pay for on the job injuries. It was never meant to pay for disabilities caused by illness that is not job related. I can understand why the employer might be held responsible if the worker caught an illness from eating food provided by the employer as a part of compensation because the worker was unable to leave the job site to eat on his own. To pay a workers comp disability based on an illness allegedly contracted while eating in a restaurant of the employee's choice on a meal break from the job is just plain wrong. This is why we have a generation of people who want to hold their employers and the government responsible for every misfortune. Nothing is ever their fault and they take responsibility for nothing.
I would like to hear Mr. Moreno's side of this argument.

“Master o Public Administration”

Since: Oct 10

St. Marys, GA

#32 Apr 25, 2013
lubejob wrote:
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Uh huh. Moreno claimed that he got GBS eating in a road side greasy spoon while he was a truck driver. His claim was initially disallowed, but he kept filing claims and bugging the hell our of the claims processors until they gave up and said, "I've got to get rid of this mad man".
His GBS being ruled job related was the beyond a stretch. It was likely the most "unrelated to job" disability claim ever approved.
Now, Julian, do you want to tell us how a near Mensa intellect and former Navy Corpsman allowed himself to go 9 symptomatic days without getting competent treatment, thus ensuring permanent nerve damage? It's no wonder he's mad at the world. He did it to himself.
No, my claim was never disallowed, once filed. It was not disallowed by WC or Social Security. I did have to convince my employer to file the initial notice of injury because of the plant manager and the owner's ignorance of the law at that time.

For nine days, you ignorant ass, I had only the symptoms of having eaten bad food. I did go to a doctor who did exactly the right thing in the absence of ANY GBS symptoms at that time. Only 1 in 100,000 people who ingest Campylobacter jejuni go on to develop GBS. Until you exhibit neurological symptoms, you present clinically just like the other 99,999 patients, you ignorant ass.
pork chop

Herndon, PA

#33 Apr 25, 2013
Moreno Jay wrote:
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No, my claim was never disallowed, once filed. It was not disallowed by WC or Social Security. I did have to convince my employer to file the initial notice of injury because of the plant manager and the owner's ignorance of the law at that time.
For nine days, you ignorant ass, I had only the symptoms of having eaten bad food. I did go to a doctor who did exactly the right thing in the absence of ANY GBS symptoms at that time. Only 1 in 100,000 people who ingest Campylobacter jejuni go on to develop GBS. Until you exhibit neurological symptoms, you present clinically just like the other 99,999 patients, you ignorant ass.
What about the comments made in #30 above. Did you not choose where to eat? How is that your employer's responsibility?

“Master o Public Administration”

Since: Oct 10

St. Marys, GA

#34 Apr 25, 2013
anon wrote:
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Workers Comp is supposed to pay for on the job injuries. It was never meant to pay for disabilities caused by illness that is not job related. I can understand why the employer might be held responsible if the worker caught an illness from eating food provided by the employer as a part of compensation because the worker was unable to leave the job site to eat on his own. To pay a workers comp disability based on an illness allegedly contracted while eating in a restaurant of the employee's choice on a meal break from the job is just plain wrong. This is why we have a generation of people who want to hold their employers and the government responsible for every misfortune. Nothing is ever their fault and they take responsibility for nothing.
Dear hate-filled, ignorant, apparently jealous, and no doubt Christian, shithead,

Let me educate you.

Had I been working in the plant in Brunswick and eaten bad food at a local restaurant on my dime on my lunch break, the resulting paralysis would NOT have been covered by WC, but by my regular group health insurance. I would have been eligible for SSDI and my VA pension, however.

In point of fact, I was about 10 days into a two week road trip when I became ill with symptoms consistent with eating "bad food" while in West Virginia. I was more than 50 miles away from home at the instructions of my employer and eating on the company dime. Under those circumstances, my symptoms from ingesting C. jejuni and any ill effects subsequent to that proximate cause - to wit, Guillain-Barre syndrome - WERE covered under Georgia Workers' Compensation law.

Ergo, the WC carrier was obliged, again under Georgia law, to pay all of my medical bills plus income benefits for, if memory serves me, 144 weeks.

It turned out that after two solid years of regular physical therapy, including 7 months as an inpatient at Brooks Rehab in Jax, the premier rehab facility in the southeast, it was determined by my neurologist, Dr. Scott Silliman (a professor in the UF neurology residency at Shands) that I had reached MMI - Maximum Medical Improvement. Moreover, I had a permanent 45% total body disability rating. Further rehab was pointless and discontinued.

Thereafter, it was cheaper for the WC carrier, and more suited to my desires, to negotiate a lump sum settlement after complying with Georgia WC law by providing me with a wheelchair lift- equipped van. They also provide me with an annuity to cover future GBS related expenses. That is also part of law. The entire settlement plan had to be submitted to and approved by the W/C division of the Ga. Insurance Commission.

So, you see, a-hole, nothing about my benefits is "just plain wrong." The only thing obviously not right is you, jerk.

By the way, all W/C laws are "no fault" laws. Google it, you ignorant shit.

“Master o Public Administration”

Since: Oct 10

St. Marys, GA

#35 Apr 25, 2013
pork chop wrote:
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What about the comments made in #30 above. Did you not choose where to eat? How is that your employer's responsibility?
I see.

So, every day, when it was time to eat, I was supposed to call back to Brunswick for instructions from my employer on where to eat in whatever locale I found myself in at the time. Moreover, my employer would have infallibly guided me to a restaurant which was not serving contaminated food that day.

Eff-off, moron.
pork chop

Herndon, PA

#36 Apr 25, 2013
Moreno Jay wrote:
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I see.
So, every day, when it was time to eat, I was supposed to call back to Brunswick for instructions from my employer on where to eat in whatever locale I found myself in at the time. Moreover, my employer would have infallibly guided me to a restaurant which was not serving contaminated food that day.
Eff-off, moron.
If I remember correctly, you blamed a KFC in WV for serving you contaminated food. Is that correct?
anon

United States

#37 Apr 25, 2013
Moreno Jay wrote:
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I see.
So, every day, when it was time to eat, I was supposed to call back to Brunswick for instructions from my employer on where to eat in whatever locale I found myself in at the time. Moreover, my employer would have infallibly guided me to a restaurant which was not serving contaminated food that day.
Eff-off, moron.
If you had called back to Brunswick every day and if your employer had instructed you on where to eat and if your employer had paid for that meal, ie by a company credit card, and if the lunch break was not scheduled but your employer was paying you to eat a meal they paid for at a restaurant of their choosing, while on their payroll, then the employer would have been responsible. If you are allowed a meal break and if you choose the restaurant and the meal, and if you pay, then it is your own responsibility. Your medical insurance will pay unless YOU convince them your illness is job related and is paid for by Workers Comp.

It sounds to me that this was all of your choosing and you, not your employer, was responsible.

BTW, how was it determined the you caught the infection at one particular restaurant or did you just claim that it must have been contracted on the job because you were on a 2 week trip when you got a stomach problem?

“Master o Public Administration”

Since: Oct 10

St. Marys, GA

#38 Apr 25, 2013
Try researching incubation periods, you disingenuous, hateful fool.
lubejob

Herndon, PA

#39 Apr 25, 2013
Moreno Jay wrote:
Try researching incubation periods, you disingenuous, hateful fool.
The hater says you are hateful when he is merely questioned about how he became eligible for multiple entitlements.

I wonder if he has an Obama phone. After all, if his van breaks down, he has to be able to get help.
anon

United States

#40 Apr 25, 2013
Moreno Jay wrote:
Try researching incubation periods, you disingenuous, hateful fool.
I know a bit about incubation periods. They all have a range of time, but they are not exact enough to pinpoint an exact time of infection. Also, they depend on when the patient feels and reports the symptoms which can vary by individual. Unfortunately, using the incubation period to pinpoint a time of infection also depends upon the memory of the patient which is not always terribly accurate.

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