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Subject: Stimulus Package Date: 6/20/2008 11:43 AM
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Not the economic stimulus package, I’m fairly sure none of us qualified for that. I’ve another stimulus package to discuss.

In my early 50’s I find myself single once again and dating. Building relationships and trust with new partners is enjoyable, but there have been physical changes since last dating in my 20s.

One area has remained constant, and that is when it comes time to consummate a relationship, or invite creativity into it, ‘candy is dandy, but liquor is quicker’. While 50 may be the new 40, when several drinks are involved, men have an ageless challenge.

With modern science there is now a little blue pill to solve this dilemma and I’m fortunate to have a doctor that has provided a prescription.

Having filled the prescription I can tell you that it works, regardless of the amount of drinks consumed. On a recent weekend, with a Saturday planned of boating on the Bay, a cook out and then an evening in a rented cottage, I called the pharmacy Friday evening to have my prescription refilled.

Early Saturday morning, arriving at the pharmacy to pick up prescription I was told it was $110. Now the 1st time it was filled it was only $18, so I had to ask, “What’s up”. The pharmacist explained that my insurance only covers 1 filling of the prescription every 30 days. The last time it was filled was 29 days ago, and if I came back tomorrow, insurance would cover the refill and my share would then be $18.

Had a great weekend at the Bay, $110. well spent.
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