The Lost Art of Manners

I suppose its not entirely the fault of those people that irritated me last night (in the post below). Rather, its a failure that can be laid squarely at the feet of their parents.

I've got to wonder, how many of them had parents that stressed the importance of manners. And, yes, manners are important. Not as some random standard of judging the sophistication of our fellow humans, but as a means of smoothing social interactions. Good manners are about consideration and appreciation and respect.

So. Have you taught your child good manners?


Вы говорите об Insurance Fraud одном из преступлений.Чтобы получить номера в другой провинции вам нужно предоставить доказательство проживания в ней.Можно конечно, найти друга, который пропишет у себя.Но как только случится дтп в вашей провинции и вы за него будете нести ответственность, страховая захочет разобраться что автомобиль с квебекскими номерами делал в этот момент в Онтарио.Если не всплывет ваш реальный адрес проживания, а он легко пробивается по правам (тогда вам тоже нужны квебекские), то пронесет .Иначе, страховая ничего не покроет, вам придется платить всё самому (а это могут быть сотни тысяч долларов, если кто-то из людей получил травмы), ну и заодно в тюрьму угодить.Automobile insurance fraud.A perosn may illegally register their car to a location that would net them cheaper insurance rates than where they actually live, sometimes called rate evasion . For example, some drivers in Brooklyn drive with Pennsylvania license plates because registering their car in a rural part of Pennsylvania will cost a lot less than registering it in Brooklyn. Another form of automobile insurance fraud, known as fronting, involves registering someone other than the real primary driver of a car as the primary driver of the car. For example, parents might list themselves as the primary driver of their children's vehicles to avoid young driver premiums.Ознакомьтесь чем вы рисковали в США и рискуете в Канаде.United StatesInsurance Fraud is specifically classified as a crime in all states, though a minority of states only criminalize certain types (i.e. Oregon only outlaws Worker Compensation and Property Claim fraud).19 states require mandatory insurer fraud plans. This requires companies to form programs to combat fraud and in some cases to develop investigation units to detect fraud.41 states have fraud bureaus. These are law enforcement agencies where “investigators review fraud reports and begin the prosecution process.”Section 1347 of Title 18 of the United States Code states that whoever attempts or carries out a “scheme or artifice” to “defraud a health care benefit program” will be “fined under this title or imprisoned not more than 10 years, or both.” If this scheme results in bodily injury, the violator may be imprisoned up to 20 years, and if the scheme results in death the violator may be imprisoned for life.CanadaThe Insurance Crime Prevention Bureau was founded in 1973 to help fight insurance fraud. This organization collects information on insurance fraud, and also carries out investigations. Approximately one third of these investigations result in criminal conviction, one third result in denial of the claim, and one third result in payment of the claim.British Columbia’s Traffic Safety Statutes Amendment Act of 1997 states that any perosn who submits a motor vehicle insurance claim that contains false or misleading information may on the first offence be fined C$25,000, imprisoned for two years, or both. On the second offense, that perosn may be fined C$50,000, imprisoned for two years, or both.

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