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Conflict On July 02, 2021




Alcalá de Henares, Spain
#1New Post! May 30, 2021 @ 13:01:35
I have come to realize an overwhelming method of maintaining family stability. I did not want to believe that it was put into practice, but the tests offered in my city of Alcalá de Henares are irrefutable. I'll give you an example...

The distances between the hospital, the diagnostic center and the city center: They are so great that they force the family to take elderly members with disabilities to consultations, tests, etc., with their own resources. You have to buy a car, you have to take responsibility for oil, the time it takes to transport them and to achieve all this, you have to organize a lot from home, with friends, companies, et al. If not, you have to call a taxi, hire the service of Uber, Cabify or whatever.

This is the best because the bus stops lack benches and are positioned in unsuitable places to let the elderly walk a short distance to the hospital, for example. My hospital parking lot is generous and can accommodate many cars, but the layout of the grounds in front of the hospital complicates the route to the hospital from the stops.

And I'd like to find out why the government enforces family loyalty with such methods!
Darkman666 On about 4 hours ago




Saint Louis, Missouri
#2New Post! May 30, 2021 @ 15:44:23
@Conflict Said

I have come to realize an overwhelming method of maintaining family stability. I did not want to believe that it was put into practice, but the tests offered in my city of Alcalá de Henares are irrefutable. I'll give you an example...

The distances between the hospital, the diagnostic center and the city center: They are so great that they force the family to take elderly members with disabilities to consultations, tests, etc., with their own resources. You have to buy a car, you have to take responsibility for oil, the time it takes to transport them and to achieve all this, you have to organize a lot from home, with friends, companies, et al. If not, you have to call a taxi, hire the service of Uber, Cabify or whatever.

This is the best because the bus stops lack benches and are positioned in unsuitable places to let the elderly walk a short distance to the hospital, for example. My hospital parking lot is generous and can accommodate many cars, but the layout of the grounds in front of the hospital complicates the route to the hospital from the stops.

And I'd like to find out why the government enforces family loyalty with such methods!



in st. louis. our mass transit system rent public cubics and beaches that we have in 6 blocks on one side. you might see maybe 3 to 4 beaches or cubics on every other blocks.

one thing, that this bus company does offer " call-a-ride " for people for a dollar to take hospitals and other places.

most of the time, it better that a family member goes eldery person, because eldery person get lost in a hospital.

more or less, a family member taking caring an eldery family member, you needa patient. it is time consuming, you don't that much choice in the matter, dealing with someone, you love.
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