• Insurance And Disneyland

    From Daryl Stout@1:19/33 to NANCY BACKUS on Mon Feb 17 09:15:00 2020
    Nancy,

    To some extent it depends on which insurance company... We've had both NB>good and some less good experiences with insurance claims over the NB>years... :)

    Years ago, when Farmers raised my rate for no reason, I told them to
    kiss off, and I went elsewhere.

    ... DisneyLand: A people trap operated by a mouse.

    They raised the admission prices per person, for one day, to
    $209...that may not include tax. For a family of a father, mother, and 3
    kids, that's over $1000 spent before you get into the park.

    Not sure what the price is at DisneyWorld, but I'm sure it's
    comparable.

    Daryl

    * OLX 1.53 * A day without sunshine is like, you know, night.
    --- SBBSecho 3.10-Win32
    * Origin: The Thunderbolt BBS - tbolt.synchro.net (1:19/33)
  • From Nancy Backus@1:229/452 to Daryl Stout on Sat Feb 22 12:49:00 2020
    Quoting Daryl Stout to NANCY BACKUS on 17-Feb-2020 17:15 <=-

    To some extent it depends on which insurance company... We've had
    both good and some less good experiences with insurance claims over
    the years... :)

    Years ago, when Farmers raised my rate for no reason, I told them to
    kiss off, and I went elsewhere.

    Never had experience with that company... just as well, it seems... :)

    ... DisneyLand: A people trap operated by a mouse.

    They raised the admission prices per person, for one day, to
    $209...that may not include tax. For a family of a father, mother, and
    3 kids, that's over $1000 spent before you get into the park.
    Not sure what the price is at DisneyWorld, but I'm sure it's
    comparable.

    No doubt.... I've never been either place... haven't really had that
    much wish to, actually... :)

    ttyl neb

    ... A computer beat me at chess but was no match for me at kick boxing.

    --- EzyBlueWave V3.00 01FB001F
    * Origin: Tiny's BBS - telnet://tinysbbs.com:3023 (1:229/452)