People who complain about stuff a. we have no control over, and b. stuff that really, compared to others, is pretty darn good. I'm talking about open enrollment for health care. My company is smalll, but for the size, and what we pay, our benefits are pretty darn fabulous. I choose the PPO plan, and pay, for medical, dental AND vision, for myself, the grand total of $60 a month. My dr. co-pay is $15, and my prescriptions run anywhere from $12-50, depending on whether its generic, brand name, or non-formulary. As someone who is pretty healthy, and only goes to the dr. a couple times a year for checkups, I have no complaints.
But our co-pay is going up to $20 next year, and supposedly our premiums will increase, but we don't know by how much. I'd guess for a family, here, its about $300 or so a month. In contrast, my friend and her hubby pay $500 a month for 3 of them, and their co-pay for office visits is $40. And he works for a large, multi-national company.