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This person saved 15% on car insurance without switching to Geico.: NEAM 1 saved 15% or more on car insurance by switching my gender self.alberta Submitted 14 hours ago by Anotherlink421 That's right, I changed my gender for cheaper auto-insurance. Proof: Before I get into this, don't try to distinguish the words "gender" and "sex." Having gone through this process, it seems they are the same thing, at least, to the Government of Alberta Mov ing on I saved more like 25%. I'm in my early twenty's, I live in Alberta, Canada; I just bought a new car. when financing a new vehicle, it's required that you must have full insurance coverage on it (includes collision insurance). So I get a quote from my insurance company. I've had a minor collision, and a couple speeding tickets. How much for my auto insurance?: $4517. I was disappointed to say the least and this was after we did everything to bring the premium down. So I ask "Out of curiosity, how much would my premium be if I was a woman?" The broker comes back with a quote of $3423. Holy fuck. $4517-$3423 $1094 I was shocked. I was thinking it would be, you know, $50 to $150 difference. Nope! Over a $1000 difference annually. 1100 bones! The broker says, "Oh it's not just us who discriminate, t's all insurance companies." I said, "yeah I know, thats actually worse." The broker explains to me that it is illegal to discriminate on the basis of gender when it comes to basic auto-insurance. When it comes to collision, however, it's still legal to discriminate against genders on the basis of contrast in driving-statistics. So I began asking more questions and digging deeper into what would happen to my auto-policy if I did change my gender. The broker assured me they would re-adjust my auto-policy on the day my gender changed. Right then and there I was determined to change my gender To change my gender on my auto-policy I needed to change my gender on my Driver's License. To change my gender on my driver's license I first needed to amend it on my birth certificate. So I called the Governme Alberta and they said they'd send me the forms to get the process started. After that she said they will send me another batch of forms which included a requirement being a physician must write a letter saying that I am a woman. I thought I was stopped right there. I don't want surgery! I thought gender was a state of mind in Canada and Alberta now. I was let down, but thankfully I was mistaken. Gender is a state of mind in Canada and therefore Alberta. I approached this sub in a post telling you guys how my shortly lived endeavor came to an abrupt end. I thought having to see a physician implied I had to have surgery. Silly me /s. The folks over at r/Mensrights directed me to a video of Lauren Southern (also Canadian) doing the exact same thing. r/Mensrights sub further convinced me that doctors are obligated to write me the letter I want. It's dumb: they are medical doctors, not psychologists As the form stated, I was allowed to change my Sex if my gender didn't match my body. Doesn't make much sense But whatever. I followed the requirements: one being the doctor's letter, and two getting an affidavit notarized. The whole process was easy. Overall, it costed me $100 to change my gender I am now a woman. I wasn't one last year. As you could see, I received my new birth certificate that states I am officially a woman. After I changed my gender on my driver's license (and also my Alberta Health care coincidentally) I called up my insurance company and they adjusted my rate. I now pay $1100 less for auto- insurance. I won. The end This person saved 15% on car insurance without switching to Geico.
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My inbox is flooded with photos from women's marches in New York, LA, DC, Boston, Seattle, Philadelphia, Chicago, San Diego, Atlanta, Austin, Nashville, Houston, Denver, San Francisco, Cheyenne, Wyoming, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, San Jose, California, Hartford, Connecticut, Birmingham, Alabama, Saint Petersburg, Florida, Kona, Hawaii, Saint Paul, Minnesota, Gainesville, Florida, Portland, Oregon, Alpine, Texas, Alberta, Canada, Cape Town, South Africa, Tel Aviv and Paris! Thank you so so much! What an amazing day to be a woman! LoveTrumpsHate WomensMarch NastyWoman WomensMarchOnWashington YOUGUYSAREFUCKINGAWESOME LOVE TalkThirtyToMe If you participated in marches in other cities, I'd love to see your photos as well! And if I left any cities off the list from places you sent, please let me know - my inbox isn't dealing well with the influx of messages so I think some might be missing. And THANK YOU! You are giving me lifeeeee ❤️❤️❤️: Sandy Garossino @Garossino Just think: Trump has fantasized about his presidential inauguration his whole life. Worst nightmare. Nobody came & all the women laughed. My inbox is flooded with photos from women's marches in New York, LA, DC, Boston, Seattle, Philadelphia, Chicago, San Diego, Atlanta, Austin, Nashville, Houston, Denver, San Francisco, Cheyenne, Wyoming, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, San Jose, California, Hartford, Connecticut, Birmingham, Alabama, Saint Petersburg, Florida, Kona, Hawaii, Saint Paul, Minnesota, Gainesville, Florida, Portland, Oregon, Alpine, Texas, Alberta, Canada, Cape Town, South Africa, Tel Aviv and Paris! Thank you so so much! What an amazing day to be a woman! LoveTrumpsHate WomensMarch NastyWoman WomensMarchOnWashington YOUGUYSAREFUCKINGAWESOME LOVE TalkThirtyToMe If you participated in marches in other cities, I'd love to see your photos as well! And if I left any cities off the list from places you sent, please let me know - my inbox isn't dealing well with the influx of messages so I think some might be missing. And THANK YOU! You are giving me lifeeeee ❤️❤️❤️
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virtualfossilmuseum: Image from Current Biology, 25, 1-8, June, 2015New Ceratopsid Dinosaur Regaliceratops Supports Convergent Evolution of Cranial OrnamentationIn the June 4 issue of Current Biology, Brown and Henderson describe a new Ceratopdid dinosaur from Alberta, Canada, Regaliceratops, for which they had an almost complete skull fossil. This dinosaur group appeared in the late Cretaceous, and their fossils are mainly known from western North America. Cladistics rendered a phylogeny from which evolutionary relationships within the Ceratopsidae family could not be fully resolved. The authors speculate that convergent evolution of horns occurred between to distinct subfamilies, but also note that there are likely many horned dinosaurs in the family tree that are yet to be discovered.: Ornamentation Large Nasal Horn Small Postorbital Horn Small Nasal Horn Large Postorbital Hom End-Cretaceous 66.0 Extinction Convergence Centrosaurine Extinction 72.1 Chasmosaurinae Centrosaurinae Ceratopsidae 83.6 Late Cretaceous Paleocene Epoch Campanian Maastrichtian Danian Stage virtualfossilmuseum: Image from Current Biology, 25, 1-8, June, 2015New Ceratopsid Dinosaur Regaliceratops Supports Convergent Evolution of Cranial OrnamentationIn the June 4 issue of Current Biology, Brown and Henderson describe a new Ceratopdid dinosaur from Alberta, Canada, Regaliceratops, for which they had an almost complete skull fossil. This dinosaur group appeared in the late Cretaceous, and their fossils are mainly known from western North America. Cladistics rendered a phylogeny from which evolutionary relationships within the Ceratopsidae family could not be fully resolved. The authors speculate that convergent evolution of horns occurred between to distinct subfamilies, but also note that there are likely many horned dinosaurs in the family tree that are yet to be discovered.

virtualfossilmuseum: Image from Current Biology, 25, 1-8, June, 2015New Ceratopsid Dinosaur Regaliceratops Supports Convergent Evolution...

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rhamphotheca: These Beautiful Bridges Are Just For Animals by Jess Zimmerman If we’re going to keep putting roads in the middle of their habitats, animals are sometimes going to need to cross the road. But it’s better for everyone involved if they don’t have to push a button and wait for the light to change, because they don’t have thumbs and nine times out of 10 they’ll just careen into the side of your car. Which is why some highways have overpasses built specifically for animals like deer, elk, and grizzly bears. Nobody teaches moose pedestrian etiquette like “look both ways,” but they figure out pretty quickly that crossing the terrifying asphalt river is safer if you take the beautiful grassy bridge. That’s just my guess at a moose’s internal life, but there’s data too: In Banff National Park in Canada, animals have used the six overpasses and 35 underpasses more than 200,000 times since monitoring began in 1996… (read more: Grist.org) ______________________ images: Top - Highway A50, Netherlands (photo: Niels Verheul) BL - France.     BR - Banff, Alberta, Canada (photo: Joel Sartore) : rhamphotheca: These Beautiful Bridges Are Just For Animals by Jess Zimmerman If we’re going to keep putting roads in the middle of their habitats, animals are sometimes going to need to cross the road. But it’s better for everyone involved if they don’t have to push a button and wait for the light to change, because they don’t have thumbs and nine times out of 10 they’ll just careen into the side of your car. Which is why some highways have overpasses built specifically for animals like deer, elk, and grizzly bears. Nobody teaches moose pedestrian etiquette like “look both ways,” but they figure out pretty quickly that crossing the terrifying asphalt river is safer if you take the beautiful grassy bridge. That’s just my guess at a moose’s internal life, but there’s data too: In Banff National Park in Canada, animals have used the six overpasses and 35 underpasses more than 200,000 times since monitoring began in 1996… (read more: Grist.org) ______________________ images: Top - Highway A50, Netherlands (photo: Niels Verheul) BL - France.     BR - Banff, Alberta, Canada (photo: Joel Sartore)

rhamphotheca: These Beautiful Bridges Are Just For Animals by Jess Zimmerman If we’re going to keep putting roads in the middle of their...

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