reply to post by JibbyJedi
Hmmm... I am not sure if I agree with that... at all.
There are plenty plenty more examples, but to witness this theory right now we need to look know further than Former University of Tennessee Lady
Volunteers Basketball Coach Pat Head Summitt.
Diagnosed with Dementia several months ago. She is absolutely loaded, as far as money and overall wealth go. For the past several years she has been
making near - or over - $2,000,000 annually, not to mention the previous 30 years she spent as a successful Basketball Coach. Amassing more wins than
any other basketball coach, active or retired, mens' or women's basketball.
She obviously has countless wealthy connections, supporters, boosters and friends. It should be quite easy to follow how she progresses with this
illness. If there is no deterioration, or severely reduced deterioratio, compared to the average dementia patient, then maybe the theory is right - to
Would be nice to know that money can fix any disease.....
wait, check that, I don't have any money... so it would suck knowing that if I did I could be cured, and instead have to be tortured with that
knowledge and the disease aflicting me