Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by dawg, May 6, 2016.
Ha ha ha what a stupid bitch
What in the world.
Heart of a champion! Brain of a spastic.
Did she win?
She wiped the floor with them.
This...fuck that slut
She should've won for letting them see up her dress.
This thread delivers
Down goes Frazier!!!
She's a true inspiration!
She's the Bruce Banner of seizures with non of the cool superpowers.
She dropped like a sack of potatoes.
She looked pretty shaken up about it.
Two concussions just one week a part when she was 12, one from a volleyball game and one in gym class.
The double impact concussion left her with a brain injury.
It's caused epileptic, non-epileptic seizures and cataplexy which is described as a strong emotion or laughter that causes a person to suffer sudden physical collapse though remaining conscious.
At first, she would have nearly 30 seizures a day. Four years later, this is her first one in months.
"I've never even seen what a seizure looks like," Hannah said.
She is also allergic to two major seizure medications.
Any form of intense emotion can trigger one, like the excitement and nerves during a pageant.
"All the feelings compacted into one. It just happened," Hannah said.
Laying on the stage, Hannah's mom came to help when the curtain closed.
"There's people screaming 'oh my gosh, what's going on' but I said what are you going to do? What happens when this happens in school? What happens when this happens in hockey? What happens when this happens at home? She said I get up. Then I said well then get up and she did," Allie said.
To a standing ovation and she explained how her pageant platform: SPARK played out in front of the whole audience.
"That was one of my many seizures. This is what I've been facing for the last four years. Any change of emotion this is what happens to me. I want to speak for those who can't speak. Those who don't have the opportunity like I have right here. I ignited my SPARK, thank you," Hannah said to the crowd.
A story she'll carry with her to SPARK the thousands just like her.
"I'm not going to let seizures stop me," Hannah said.
She was the 2nd runner up in the International Miss Teen Minnesota Pageant.