QUOTE(Massacre @ Feb 15 2009, 10:54 PM) [snapback]1484180[/snapback]
That's terrible. I'm really sorry to hear that, man.
QUOTE(Mattay @ Feb 16 2009, 12:00 AM) [snapback]1484191[/snapback]
Wow man. I'm sorry to hear about that and I hope you guys cope with it okay.
On Christmas day 2003 a man I knew had a brain aneurysm that ruptured too. After that he completely lost all. He was slow witted, slow to move, and was slowly becoming a vegetable. I'd go to his house and spend time with him. He was a faithful man so I'd read the Bible with him. He was really an inspiration to everyone around him. He passed away in August of '04. He also left behind a wife and children.
My mothers uncle had one similar to that. It left him in a wheel chair and couldn't speak proberly. He was lucky though because he still had his wits about him. I feel like getting myself a brain scan.
QUOTE(Heartless @ Feb 16 2009, 12:36 AM) [snapback]1484204[/snapback]
If I were really God2, I'd bring him back. But I'm not, so all I can offer is my condolences. If I lived closer, I'd buy you a round or five.
or five, thanks.
QUOTE(TheAnalogKid2112 @ Feb 16 2009, 02:20 AM) [snapback]1484210[/snapback]
Dude, I'm really sorry. I know what it's like to lose a family member and it sucks. At least you're Canadian.
No shit, free health care. He was in the hospital for weeks. It would have cost an uninsured American tens of thousands. Though he appeared to be completely healthy so getting said insurance wouldn't have been a problem.
QUOTE(IndĽ @ Feb 16 2009, 07:43 AM) [snapback]1484223[/snapback]
I'm sorry man, shit like this really changes your life. Its stuff like this that makes me wanna study medicine.