Angellica, on 20 June 2013 - 12:23 PM, said:
First off, I am sorry to know you lived through that and lost a lot of people close to you radical-one, that must have been an awful time for you and I know things are still going on there too.
As for Michael, well off track I always thought he was a nice guy, but I liked him less when he put the helmet on and made some moves which others found unacceptable. As for his generosity, you could argue he can afford to do something like that, but then so could many other people and they don't. So you have to commend him on at least trying to help where he can. Good for him!!!
Thank you Angelica for your kind thoughts.
It was an experienced that I can never explain completely until now. Too many things happened in a span of few hours that changed this country. Until today we still experiencing after-shocks on a daily basis although a lot of them are not too noticeable or maybe we just got used to it.
And that's why people like Michael who are kind to extend a helping hand to disaster affected areas are special to me. There were many rich people from all over the world who extended their help to Japan in 2011 and to this day respect I respect them and will not forget their kindness.
And also agree with you on Schumacher's racing. There were times when he wanted to win bad and did some questionable moves. Overall though, he brought excitement to the sports.