cicalino65 karma2020-05-15 13:37:31 UTC
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cicalino59 karma2016-08-07 15:00:38 UTC
Is it true Alzheimer's patients don't die from it? Instead they live as long as they normally would only impaired?
cicalino9 karma2014-11-10 17:58:32 UTC
I'm gonna resist saying "Well aren't you special" because I realized I did it too. But I bet it was partly a matter of luck for you too. I lived at home and went to the school in my home town. Not everyone can do that. I was able to get full time jobs in the summer and work study during the school year. Here again, not everyone is able to do that either. And here is the biggest reason I owed very little. I was lucky enough to go to school before tuition rates started to rival home mortgages. Just because you and I were able to make it work for us doesn't mean everyone can. Surely you can see that.
cicalino9 karma2020-02-03 14:42:23 UTC
What's with this Boomers vs. Millennials language? Why are you turning this into a generational conflict? “Everything will be better once all the old people die off” is a lazy policy. It takes attention away from actually addressing the problem and instead fosters the millennials -as-victims mentality.
cicalino5 karma2020-03-18 21:07:45 UTC
Some of us have been sick but we were not allowed to be tested. Will we ever be able to find out if we've already had the virus?
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