When I was young, we had to buy insurance for the new car we were buying.
It was a good deal, because the car was cheap and the owner was a wealthy businessman.
But I didn�t have auto-insurance, so I didn���t know how much my car would cost when I was retired.
When my insurer offered me a $5,000 down payment for the car, I was surprised.
That was the lowest down payment I had ever received in my life.
And then the next year, I bought a $10,000 car.
That saved me a lot of money and allowed me to save more money in the future.
But how much would it cost me to insure my $10-million-plus car?
I started asking myself that question every year, and eventually I figured it out.
The first time I checked, I had $25,000 in my savings account.
The next time, I checked and found out it was $3,000.
The third time I was checking, it was almost $7,000 and I figured I had more than $10 million in savings.
But when I went to check with my insurance company, I got the worst answer I had received in 20 years.
I asked my insurance agent what she thought my monthly payments were, and she said $4,000 to $5 and a little over $10 a month.
I told her that I would never have to pay that much, that I had been saving and saving and saved to save the car and pay off my credit card bills and get a better job.
Then I said, �No way!
Why would I pay $5 or $6 a month?
I was getting an auto-insured car when I bought it.
Why would that be any different?�� When I asked why the insurance company didn� t want me to buy auto insurance, they said,�Well, if you were going to buy an auto insurance policy, you should pay your premiums.� That�s what they said to me.
So I bought my first auto insurance policies.
And the first year I paid my premiums, I paid about $6,000, but I was very fortunate because my wife and I lived in a very nice neighborhood.
When I started to feel confident, my insurance policy was about $10 or $11 a month, which is much more than I was making as a student at the University of Washington.
But in the next few years, as I worked my way up in the insurance industry, I noticed my premiums started to increase.
I had an additional $10 to $15 a month for coverage, which would have been a huge improvement for my retirement.
I also noticed that I was paying more for my medical insurance, which I had saved up for years.
In the beginning, I only had to pay $150 a month to cover my medical costs.
And my wife didn�ts have health insurance either, so we didn�T have much money for health care.
Then one day I noticed I was sicker than I had EVER been in my entire life, and I was in a lot worse shape than I could ever imagine.
And that was when I realized I had a serious medical problem and I needed help.
When we went to see our doctor, they told us that the next step was to take my cholesterol medication and my blood pressure medication.
When you have a medical problem, you get a check-up with your doctor, but when you have an insurance problem, your insurance company takes care of it.
I was so desperate to get help and pay my bills, I thought, I will pay for everything myself, but then I was shocked to learn that I needed to get treatment for my depression and anxiety and other problems.
When the doctor told me that I wasn�t going to have to see a psychiatrist, I told him, �Well, I can go to the emergency room, but why don�t I get a mental health counselor and get help.� He said, you know, I know a guy in Seattle that had a bad experience with a mental-health counselor and he had to go to an emergency room.
And so I got a counselor and went to the Emergency Room.
And when I showed up, I showed them my medical history and I had one test that came back positive for the serotonin syndrome.
Then, after two days of therapy, I saw my doctor.
When he told me he had no idea how serious my depression was, he said, You need to go see a psychologist.
When they first told me I had the serotonin-related condition, I said I was just being paranoid.
I thought they had been wrong.
When a psychiatrist comes in and says, �Oh, I�m sorry, I didn��t realize that�s where it was, I think it gives me hope that something has gone wrong.
So they said they were going through an ER and could help me.
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