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Natasha Richardson dies at 45
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i...dont...care....
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R.I.P

Life Goes On.....
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Posted 3/20/09

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an unfortunate death. but why, of all places, in a supervised skii resort?


Because there are so many ski-n00bs, and even if they're supervised, nobody can stop them from falling ¬.¬

That's why I don't go snowboarding when the pistes are too frequented. This is actually one of the MAIN reasons why I go snowboard on the officially not opened tracks. ;/


eh. but she's a celebrity. isn't it a norm for people to notice right away if something's wrong with her?


Why should her being a celebrity make a difference? It was prolly a severe brain trauma, too severe to save her.


ahh. harsh.
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no one knows her
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don't know who she is
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According to the consensus of this thread, Natasha Richardson will be more famous in death than she was in life - I never heard of her either...
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I just saw it on E! yesterday.
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Even though I didn't know about her, I feel sorry for her.
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who gives a fuck a lot of people die she doesnt need to be on the fucking news about it or anyone else
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who the heck is that?
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Posted 3/21/09

ShroomInferno wrote:


raikiri666 wrote:


ShroomInferno wrote:


raikiri666 wrote:

an unfortunate death. but why, of all places, in a supervised skii resort?


Because there are so many ski-n00bs, and even if they're supervised, nobody can stop them from falling ¬.¬

That's why I don't go snowboarding when the pistes are too frequented. This is actually one of the MAIN reasons why I go snowboard on the officially not opened tracks. ;/


eh. but she's a celebrity. isn't it a norm for people to notice right away if something's wrong with her?


Why should her being a celebrity make a difference? It was prolly a severe brain trauma, too severe to save her.


I heard it was a blood clot and it pushed her brain back ... Later on she either died or they pulled the plug [they're not saying].
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That was so sad. I loved her in "The Parent Trap"

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Posted 3/21/09

xO_Skittles_Ox wrote:


ShroomInferno wrote:


raikiri666 wrote:


ShroomInferno wrote:


raikiri666 wrote:

an unfortunate death. but why, of all places, in a supervised skii resort?


Because there are so many ski-n00bs, and even if they're supervised, nobody can stop them from falling ¬.¬

That's why I don't go snowboarding when the pistes are too frequented. This is actually one of the MAIN reasons why I go snowboard on the officially not opened tracks. ;/


eh. but she's a celebrity. isn't it a norm for people to notice right away if something's wrong with her?


Why should her being a celebrity make a difference? It was prolly a severe brain trauma, too severe to save her.


I heard it was a blood clot and it pushed her brain back ... Later on she either died or they pulled the plug [they're not saying].


Either way, the trauma was too severe..I doubt that she had any chances for survival even if they would have found out earlier.
Brain trauma can include alterations in cerebral blood flow and the pressure within the skull. Sometimes the cerebral changes appear only after a few hours/days later, so chances are that it remains undiagnosed until the first symptoms show up, which is when it's already too late(in most cases). This is one of the reasons why TBI remains often undiagnosed and/or diagnosed a lot later, when it's already too late, or it was already too late; depending on the severity of the injury. And if saved, chances are that the person will be disabled.

Some things can't be "undone", or repaired.
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This is why people should wear helmets, it doesn't matter if it makes you look like a dweeb at least you'll be protective.
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Posted 3/21/09

ShroomInferno wrote:


xO_Skittles_Ox wrote:


ShroomInferno wrote:


raikiri666 wrote:


ShroomInferno wrote:


raikiri666 wrote:

an unfortunate death. but why, of all places, in a supervised skii resort?


Because there are so many ski-n00bs, and even if they're supervised, nobody can stop them from falling ¬.¬

That's why I don't go snowboarding when the pistes are too frequented. This is actually one of the MAIN reasons why I go snowboard on the officially not opened tracks. ;/


eh. but she's a celebrity. isn't it a norm for people to notice right away if something's wrong with her?


Why should her being a celebrity make a difference? It was prolly a severe brain trauma, too severe to save her.


I heard it was a blood clot and it pushed her brain back ... Later on she either died or they pulled the plug [they're not saying].


Either way, the trauma was too severe..I doubt that she had any chances for survival even if they would have found out earlier.
Brain trauma can include alterations in cerebral blood flow and the pressure within the skull. Sometimes the cerebral changes appear only after a few hours/days later, so chances are that it remains undiagnosed until the first symptoms show up, which is when it's already too late(in most cases). This is one of the reasons why TBI remains often undiagnosed and/or diagnosed a lot later, when it's already too late, or it was already too late; depending on the severity of the injury. And if saved, chances are that the person will be disabled.

Some things can't be "undone", or repaired.


Yeah, I know what you mean. It's a shame .. You go on vacation or getaways to have a good time and this happens =/
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