Schumacher pledges 500,000 to flood fund

Jun 20, 2013 Full story: The Star Online 13

BERLIN: Seven-time Formula One world champion Michael Schumacher has pledged 500,000 to victims of the recent flooding which caused havoc in southern Germany, it was reported on Wednesday.

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naomi

Kempton Park, South Africa

#1 Jun 21, 2013
I wish more sportsmen will donate towards charity and natural disasters like Michael. Thank you Michael you are a great person with a good heart.
Keith Meyer

San Miguel De Salinas, Spain

#2 Jun 26, 2013
Not only do I think Micheal Schumacher was the best f1 driver ever, his latest pledged of 500,ooo to the flood victims in Germany shows just what a nice guy he is.

Sol

Since: Jan 08

Location hidden

#3 Jul 6, 2013
We'll wait for news of the 500,000 (US$670,000, 430,000) actually being delivered.
Bob

Bristol, UK

#5 Jan 12, 2014
Sol wrote:
We'll wait for news of the 500,000 (US$670,000,430,000) actually being delivered.
He has a history of donating large sums to charity. So to say this, shows incredible rudeness and ignorance.

Since: Sep 12

Jackson

#6 Jan 12, 2014
Bob wrote:
<quoted text>
He has a history of donating large sums to charity. So to say this, shows incredible rudeness and ignorance.
Saying they're ignorant is being too kind. I can't label it appropriately because I'd need to work in a bunch of words that Topix won't let me post.
Go easy

United States

#7 Jan 12, 2014
I wish we could get an update on his condition each day,....even if its just to say no change. Hell, I've watched F1 for years, I didn't particularly like him as a driver because he won most of the time, but I do care about him and wish him the best. I never met him but after you watch someone year after year you begin to feel like you know them.

Sol

Since: Jan 08

Location hidden

#8 Jan 14, 2014
Bob wrote:
He has a history of donating large sums to charity. So to say this, shows incredible rudeness and ignorance.
Wow. 190 days for your very well-crafted response. Again, wow.

Actually dickhead, it's NOT rude or ignorant: SAYING and DOING are two different things - and there's been no further news or press releases that he HAS donated anything.
BuckOfama

Temple Hills, MD

#9 Jan 16, 2014
Go easy wrote:
I wish we could get an update on his condition each day,....even if its just to say no change. Hell, I've watched F1 for years, I didn't particularly like him as a driver because he won most of the time, but I do care about him and wish him the best. I never met him but after you watch someone year after year you begin to feel like you know them.
So it is safe to assume you dislike Vettel too..... and Senna, and Prost, and Alonso, and Lauda, and Mansell, and Stewart, and Fangio ......
BuckOfama

Temple Hills, MD

#10 Jan 16, 2014
Sol wrote:
<quoted text>Wow. 190 days for your very well-crafted response. Again, wow.
Actually dickhead, it's NOT rude or ignorant: SAYING and DOING are two different things - and there's been no further news or press releases that he HAS donated anything.
How much have you donated d1ckwad? Schumacher is the most generous in donating to causes. He has surpassed ALL athletes in the World in donations, as well as many Corporations, and Sports Leagues. He donates $10's of millions a year. How much do you donate? Whatever lose change is in your pocket during Christmas?

But hey don't let your uneducated ignorance and hatred get in the way of your opinion.
Fcuking retard.
Go easy

United States

#11 Jan 16, 2014
BuckOfama wrote:
<quoted text>
So it is safe to assume you dislike Vettel too..... and Senna, and Prost, and Alonso, and Lauda, and Mansell, and Stewart, and Fangio ......
As you get a little older in life and start to mature, you will learn that it is not "safe to assume" anything. You will also learn life is short and there is no need to be so hostile and judgemental. Take a deep breath, relax, life is good. OR, maybe just start breaking that Prozac in half.
BuckOfama

Temple Hills, MD

#12 Jan 17, 2014
Go easy wrote:
<quoted text>As you get a little older in life and start to mature, you will learn that it is not "safe to assume" anything. You will also learn life is short and there is no need to be so hostile and judgemental. Take a deep breath, relax, life is good. OR, maybe just start breaking that Prozac in half.
You're a fcuking idiot. You said you dislike Schumacher because he won most of time. So logic dictates you dislike those I listed because of their long winning streaks. Or do you want to backpedal and give some other reason for your hatred of the Greatest Driver in the History of Motorsports?
Go easy

United States

#13 Jan 17, 2014
BuckOfama wrote:
<quoted text>
You're a fcuking idiot. You said you dislike Schumacher because he won most of time. So logic dictates you dislike those I listed because of their long winning streaks. Or do you want to backpedal and give some other reason for your hatred of the Greatest Driver in the History of Motorsports?
WOW! Again with the hostility and assumptions. Please calm down and relax. Try some valium, or seconal,......maybe Xanax,,but not to much. It's not my fault your idol has been hurt. Accidents happen. Also, next doctors visit please mention to him to check you for dislexia. I've noticed in the last several post you've made, you have inverted letters in several words. They have medication for this too.

Sol

Since: Jan 08

Location hidden

#14 Jan 19, 2014
BuckOfama wrote:
How much have you donated d1ckwad? Schumacher is the most generous in donating to causes. He has surpassed ALL athletes in the World in donations, as well as many Corporations, and Sports Leagues. He donates $10's of millions a year. How much do you donate? Whatever lose change is in your pocket during Christmas?
But hey don't let your uneducated ignorance and hatred get in the way of your opinion.
Fcuking retard.
To flooded germans? Nothing, sh!tstain - they're not on my radar. I only donate to DOMESTIC causes which concern me: "let each worry about his own".

Got any citations or internet links regarding his supposed donations? OR is it all hearsay? A news story mentioning "he donated such-and-such" means as much as a 'donation to St. Cloacina' if there's no reference to any admission from the organization.

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