Day By Day© by Chris Muir.

Wednesday, August 09, 2006

If you get a phone call from a company offering you an EMT Alert card in case you're unable to communicate with emergency responders, you should know that the authorities in Texas and here in Missouri consider this a scam designed to prey on the fears of the elderly. To get the card, you're required to fork over $300. You could probably accomplish the same thing if you keep your health information on your person at all times. Then you could use the $300 to pay for other things, like medicine to keep you healthy.

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