“I’m not sure where to begin this subject. I know it has something to do with bad apples and rotten barrels. I know it seems to remain the most serious and perpetually frustrating part of my day. I know I simply have to locate and remove the bad apples which continue to threaten the normal harmony and peaceful flow of apple-cations through our offices. Unfortunately, the bad apples remain elusive and, for the most part, very hard to properly identify so one can take appropriate remedial action.
We seem to have entered a new and precarious era of placement ratios distress. I recognize that we can now count the available storage barrels for LTCI apples on fingers alone, no toes. And I know growing claims and the persistent noise of onerous rate actions haunt…”
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