theabortionatorHealth care industry is fucking garbage in America.
Looks like I have 3 options.
A. Vanish off the map
B. Pay them
In a tight race between options A and C. If I ever get hurt again I think I'll just have a party and then off myself rather than dealing with the hassles.
I guess things always come at crucial times. I found myself bored and wishing life was more challenging. Barely scraping by working full time plus any OT I can get in the ski industry was too easy so I was stoked when my car shit the bed. But meh. New engine plus rent in the same week? Easy as fuck. Didn't even feel like a challenge. Figured the sociopaths in the health industry pose a greater challenge.
In America you either want to make a ton of money, or just not work at all. If you're at a lower paying job, even fairly skilled field in an underpaid industry it doesn't matter how many hours you work, life will try to fuck you. Also tried to work a shit ton of hours, like not sleeping probably taking years off my life working and made less than min wage on the extra hours. I think it might have been way less actually. So what I'm realizing is pretty much try and make a shit ton of money in a legitimate job, sell a bunch of drugs, work little enough to qualify for benefits, or die.
I really like what I do in the ski industry. I didn't have access to parks growing up. I spent a third of my day or more building and maintaining my jumps, that would get plowed, rinse repeat. Sometimes ski patrol would force me to tear down a jump I'd spent 3 hours building with my avy shovel. A few times they kicked me off the hill.
Now I get to try and build high quality parks for people to shred. A job I'd do for free if it wasn't for life.
Idk though. Shit's pretty whack.