I think playing the Mercedes last week in all that wind is a little bit of a benefit for me to come over. The golf courses are totally different, but you still have to hit those low, piercing shots and you have to be able to work the ball into the wind.
Many plans offer more than the standard benefit. Most offer a zero deductible and a flat rate, rather than a percentage co-pay. Some provide coverage in the gap between $2,250 and $5,100, especially for generic drugs.
We're seeing a consistent movement in the corporate workforce with more of the benefit cost burden being shifted to the employee. Ultimately, employees will be required to take on greater management oversight for their own health and welfare and retirement plans.
Obviously the penalty parade would suggest I'm not completely happy at all, nor should (the players) be. There's no benefit of the doubt in the playoffs. You're in the big parade now and you've got to participate. It becomes obviously clear we're incapable of dealing with the pressure of these types of situations well enough to stay out of the penalty box and give ourselves a chance.
I think everyone benefits in a slow market. I think the buyers benefit in getting a property at a better price, and I think sellers are still getting a very fair price for their property. There is not an imbalance.
Even if you do see a small benefit for, say, breast cancer, you couldn't be sure it was due to fat and not due to the fact that the women also increased their fruit and vegetable intake and there was also a small weight loss. I think it's clear this study was a mistake.