Rosie O’Donnell says she had a heart attack after helping an enormously fat woman get out of her car. Here’s how People said it:
O’Donnell said her own health problems started on Aug. 14 after she helped “an enormous woman” struggling to get out of her car in a parking lot in Nyack, N.Y.
A few hours later, her chest ached, both arms felt sore as if they were bruised, she became nauseous, and had clammy skin.
“maybe this is a heart attack,” she wrote. “i googled womens heart attack symptoms/i had many of them/but really? – i thought – naaaa.”
She took the aspirin recommended for people who think they are suffering a heart attack but didn’t call 911. She said that hundreds of thousands of women die each year of heart attacks and that many never dial the emergency number.
“by some miracle i was not one of them,” she wrote, adding: “know the symptoms ladies/listen to the voice inside/the one we all so easily ignore/CALL 911/save urself.”
Although Rosie totally fits the morbidly obese profile of a woman her age that is likely to have a heart attack or a stroke, it could also be her gallbladder causing those same symptoms, or esophageal reflux. It’s just like Rosie to recommend everyone call 911, but not go see her doctor after such an alarming health scare. Right now though, Rosie is preoccupied making sure the world knows there is a woman in town who is bigger and fatter than she is, but she’s not looking for attention, even though she blogged about it, and asked everyone to retweet.
Rosie O’Donnell has a new girlfriend named Michelle Rounds, and that’s not her in the picture above, for that you have to look below. The picture above is Roise and some retarded girl. Did I say retarded? I meant to say Natasha Lyonne. This is how you make Rosie look better, or just dress her in black, because black is so slimming.
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Since Rosie O’Donnell announced in November that Kelli Carpenter moved out of her home two years ago, she has gone public with a new girlfriend who goes by the name of Tracy Kachtick-Anders.
Tracy is an activist for LBGT adoptive rights, and she founded the non-profit Open Arms Campaign, which helps recruit foster and adoptive families. Five of her six children (ages 5 to 17) are adopted and several are special needs, she told the Examiner.
In her free time she paints and serves as a doula. You can see some of her art here.
On Tuesday Rosie and Tracy were seen walking around Miami Beach holding hands.
Tracy seems to have a nurturing personality which is what a big baby like Rosie needs in her life.
Isn’t Rosie still legally married to Kelli?
Rosie O’Donnell denied splitting with Kelli Carpenter for the past 2 years, but finally told the truth on her Sirius XM radio show today admitting Kelli moved out 2 years ago.
We understand that Rosie probably wanted to keep her personal life private, but then again she wasn’t shy about announcing she and Kelli got married in San Francisco years ago. We’re curious to know how much Rosie is paying every month to keep Kelli from taking her to divorce court.
In 2008 it was rumored that Rosie O’Donnell (47) and Kelli Carpenter had split and ended their marriage. Now Rosie is finally acknowledging that she and her partner of five years, Kelli, are having relationship problems. Rosie did not deny the allegation that Kelli has moved out of their home in Nyack, New York, and into an apartment in Manhattan. Rosie said fighting through her tears in a USA Today interview:
"We’re a family. We will remain a family forever. And we are working on our issues."
"Kelli and I love each other very much and we are working on our issues," a tearful O’Donnell says, emphasizing that the couple’s four children are "a priority." "Those are the only words I am ever going to say. Ever. And that is something that has been agreed upon by all parties. But everything’s fine and everybody’s good and we’re still both raising them together. We will both continue to parent them and we’re friendly and everything’s all right."
When asked about the reports that Carpenter, 42, had moved, O’Donnell simply repeated her first statement.
"We’re a family, we remain a family and we’re working on the issues," she said again.
The interview took place in O’Donnell’s home in the suburbs of New York, and Carpenter was not present.
Whenever you hear the words "agreed upon by all parties" you know this is more than a break, or a split, it’s a divorce.