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5...that is such a pathetic troll that it's almost funny. So, almost bravo, sir.
How is Joey's B. post trolling? It was gracious and kind. And I agree.
Jesus Sam, it's a stroke.
I was thinking he has a toddler at home, but that World Series was ten years and two teams ago.
Baker revealed that when he was being released from the hospital on Friday, he suffered a "mini-stroke."
A transient ischemic attack (TIA) is an event, sometimes called a mini-stroke, with stroke symptoms that lasts less than 24 hours before disappearing. While TIAs generally do not cause permanent brain damage, they are a serious warning sign of stroke and should not be ignored!
Up to 40 percent of all people who have experienced a TIA will go on to have an actual stroke. Most studies show that nearly half of all strokes occur within the first 2 days after a TIA. In fact:
Within 2 days after a TIA, 5 percent of people will have a stroke.
Within 3 months after a TIA, 10 to 15 percent of people will have a stroke.
Makes her interesting to drive with though.
My grandfather started having TIAs before the big one hit that ended his life. Of course, he was 98 at the time, so it's not a comparable situation.
All this and no mention of whether skin color makes a difference in stroke victims - for shame, BFT, for shame.
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