- Sep 28, 2003
Sounds like good news.She had a stroke, but help arrived (or was called) on time, which is the most important thing with cardiovascular episodes.
According to media, she's in a stable condition and her mental capacities seem to be unaffected. Let's see if she's not too much physically limited, but she will always have an arm/leg with less strength after this.
Aren't the doctors and other medical workers alteady getting paid and also stretched to the max?Isnt it a lack of medical staff, equipment etc thats the problem and not a lack of space?
Covering costs of salaries makes it sound as if they are sitting this out due to not getting paid enough.
It's true. There's been countless fake PR stories about Ronaldo being this amazing humanitarian every time there's a disaster.Wow - that's quite the conspiracy theory.
Oh wait, Barcelona fan. Never mind.
He has the creepiest fan base I’ve ever seen in sports period. Nothing wrong with being a fan or idolizing a player, but some of these guys take it too far by making up false stories about his generosity (he does plenty without having to make stuff up) and even his religion among other things. There’s that fruitcake that keeps posting pictures of him kissing his little brother and pretending he’s Ronaldo with his son. It’s crazy.It's true. There's been countless fake PR stories about Ronaldo being this amazing humanitarian every time there's a disaster.
Rabid fanboys making stuff up to make their poster boy look like some kind of a messiah