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HalfBakery insurance

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You're hooked. You *know* you're hooked. A day without the HB would be catastrophic. I want an insurance policy to cover my therapy in the event of HB downtime. Withdrawal is the pits.
phoenix, Dec 17 2001

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       I'm getting better. Now I only read the 1/2B on weekdays; I can't even stand to look at a computer weekends. I attribute this to working at a boring computer-related job.
pottedstu, Dec 17 2001
  

       The form would have to be on the bakery, otherwise we would have to leave for the time it takes to fill it in... and I don't wan't to leave...
RobertKidney, Dec 17 2001
  

       oh no, you've reminded me that being without the bakery is going to be another thing that raises my intolerance levels over the Christmas period.
lewisgirl, Dec 17 2001
  

       lg: come on, which is more important, Christmas or the Halfbakery? I mean you have Christmas *every year*. Can you not find someone to phone up and read it down the telephone for you, or visit one of the bakers in yr neighbourhood?
pottedstu, Dec 17 2001
  

       yessss, [p'stu], I get Christmas once a year, and the halfbakery for eight hours a day, five days a week. Which one will I miss more? Exactly. At least I have HalfCon3 to look forward to after Hogmanay. Or did you mean //find someone to phone up and read [Christmas] down the telephone// to me?
lewisgirl, Dec 17 2001
  

       Told ya so.   

       I want mah knot!
phoenix, Oct 23 2004
  

       Unemployment insurance for if you lose your job because of excessive halfbakery use?   

       Maybe if Jutta offered that, we could get more ideas up here faster...
phundug, Oct 23 2004
  

       +
xandram, Oct 22 2015
  

       I was expecting a more comprehensive policy.   

       You get a good poster discount once you read the help file.   

       Your bones to buns ratio influences your rates, as does your MFD count.   

       Keep your policy current, and you're covered against a given amount of Halfbakery faux pas.   

       But if too many of your ideas are proven to have been baked before you posted them, eventually you lose your coverage.
normzone, Oct 27 2015
  

       meh. [-]
Voice, Oct 28 2015
  
      
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