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  XHerobrineX  |  4

1. As far as I know you can't die of Alzheimers... I know you can die with it, but not of it....
2. Whoever said "what grandma trolls?" obviously has never seen "off their rockers" >=)

  tori1664  |  0

my grandma had alzheimers also. i was 15 at the time, and she thought i was her daughter, not her granddaughter. she keep asking where my brother was (who was really my dad and she didnt know who he was he was standing in the room :/ so sad.

  geko911  |  22

72 by experience that's not enough. The requirements are way too low. Alot of people who shouldn't b allowed to drive still can because of those flawed tests. A full driving exam should be passed when the elderly get to a certain age, not only for our safety but for theirs too.

  Marley_000  |  14

Actually #72, that test is optional in Canada. A doctor in Calgary last year lost his license to practice medicine because it was discovered he was telling the elderly patients that came in, that it was in fact mandatory as a part of their check up and resulted in most of them losing their licenses.

When someone informed they didn't really have to be evaluated, it was their choice, they went ballistic and picketed the hospital. Fortunately, they didn't get their licenses reinstated.

But the doctor who really was doing the community a service was still punished. Unnecasarily, in my opinion.

  fylx100  |  19

40- And how do you know she is old enough work??? She obviously has a grandma driving her places. She could be under 16 years old. Not saying that is but you should take into consideration that maybe she has no money to get a smart phone.

  metalwolf  |  17

73, You should get your drivers license and learn to drive properly. You never know when you will be in a car with someone else driving when they stop and ...