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Monday, June 4, 2012

Eight Bucks An Hour (dedicated to a friend who needs help because of denial of UNLV based insurance coverage)

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

I like how this addresses so many of the issues caused by making so little within the song. It's catchy and straight to the point.

Taylor Bishop
Com 101

Anonymous said...

This song doesn't just touch one subject it touches many. And a lot of people are going threw similar situations. I like how it touches more than just one subject and i have always been a fan of music. The guy has a beautiful voice.

Sarah Lindekugel com 101
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Anonymous said...

You, my friend, need a union! work 15 minutes and rest for 45, UNION BREAK!! Benefits? Pff, check! Accidentally got a paper cut from counting your money on the job too fast? Workman's comp! Life is good, my friend, life is good.

Claude Marchi com101 hn4080

Karen Johnson Com 101-4080 said...

The singer sings the truth. I hope there are programs in place for those that can buy an affordable health insurance policy.

Anonymous said...

The comment above is disrespectful to the person dieing of cancer the video is raising money for..the one who was denied coverage because his student policy would not cover it. Think before you write insulting comments.

Christina Ortega COM101-4049 said...

Oh man this is great!! can we please put this guy outside somewhere on maryland Pkwy- im for sure that he would stir up some donations for alexander!!! the mans music is great, the lyrics and right on- and i actually visited the healingalexander.com website and got to know his story and am inspired to pass long the word!! insurance policies and companies are a joke!! someone needs to do something!!

Anonymous said...

America is always "Oh this country needs help, lets help them". Why do that when we have people in our own country that need help! Instead of donating billions of dollars to help starving kids in Africa, wont dont these big stars donate a couple million to Africa and then a couple million to people like this guy! While, yes, people in Africa do need help, they are already used to not having a lot so a couple million out of their pockets probably wont hurt them as bad....\


Nicole Baxter COM 101-4080