Robert had an idea to make his 10th grade Halloween more fun for him and his friends. Of course, the consequences of mayhem do not always fall on those responsible. The story is a quick lesson in vicarious liability.
Robert recounts a 19-day road trip he took with his son the summer of 2020 during which he violated a few terms of the rental car agreement.
Robert talks with his son, Brandon, an expectant father, about the life insurance for babies that he recalls being advertised in his Columbia House CD member mailings from 1994.
Robert can’t remember every time he has seen a doctor. The good news is, the little, insignificant visits to the doctor may not make much difference when it comes time to apply for insurance.
A friend at a party reveals to Robert that her doctor is doing something special for her. She is very grateful, however, it is, unfortunately, a felony.
Robert shares a cautionary tale with lessons on dating, food safety, the practical realities of out-of-state arrest warrants, and property insurance.
It would be creepy if someone could purchase a life insurance policy on your life without your consent, right? But could there be a good reason to carve out an exception for some people? Robert shares his observations from proposing life insurance to young families.
Robert shares stories of non-traditional remedies for his many physical, mental and emotional problems. While they may not be covered by a typical ACA-compliant health insurance plan, maybe section 213(d) of the Internal Revenue Code can help.
Robert gets caught in the middle of a plumbing emergency and sees a connection with a common homeowners insurance loss.