Intensive Care. Hold on, the media reported you were here. This letter came for you today. Dear Lemont Brown, In your book "Katrina's Ghost," you interviewed the ghost of a man who sacrificed his own life to save his wife during Hurricane Katrina. The story touched me more than you could ever imagine, because that man was my husband. And I'll be seeing him soon. Please write back so I can thank you personally. * *Writing back will enroll you in a Feudalbanc Massacard's credit protection program. These people are tricky.
You've reached Czar Health Insurance. How may we hinder you? I'm Lemont Brown. I signed up for health insurance last month. I'd like to know why I just got a hospital bill for $185,000. Simple, Mr. Brown. You spent 14 days in intensive care. You were billed for that because we don't cover pre-existing conditions. Pre-exist.. What? I got hit by a bus. I know. Sounds horrible. But these things are part of life. Wouldn't you agree? Yeah, its .... Wait a minute, you're not saying ... Life is a pre-existing condition.