Según un estudio reciente de la OMS dice que el 91,3% de los casos de depresiones agudas con riesgo de suicidio diagnosticados en España se deben a que los afectados visitaron en algún momento de sus vidas la estación de autobuses de Donostia-San Sebastián.

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9 comentarios sobre "Estadística"

  1. Mary
    26/07/2008 at 18:07 Permalink

    Dios que exajeramiento xDD tan mal está? Menos mal que no he ido jaja

  2. nanoysutrompa
    26/07/2008 at 20:33 Permalink

    La estación de autobuses son las plazas de parking que le sobraron al hotel Amara Plaza (que es el edificio que se ve al fondo).

    Y ya está. Las taquillas, madre mía. Las de Alsa comparten local con una tienda de ordenadores…

  3. Mary
    26/07/2008 at 22:26 Permalink

    que mal organizao,dios,to cutre xD

  4. lara
    28/07/2008 at 17:45 Permalink

    Anda, no sabía yo eso de que son plazas de parking que le sobraron al hotel… que chapuzaaa, con lo bonito que es San Sebastian y dejan la estación de bus así…

  5. adRy0n3
    28/07/2008 at 18:35 Permalink

    wow, eso debe ser mentira que no creo que fuera tanta gente por ahi xD

  6. nanoysutrompa
    28/07/2008 at 18:52 Permalink

    @lara | Lo de las plazas me lo he inventado, pero es que parece eso.

    @adRyOn3 | En esa estación cabe más gente de lo que parece…

  7. lara
    28/07/2008 at 20:35 Permalink

    oye, pues no te inventes cosas, que yo me lo creo todo y luego lo voy contando por ahí!

  8. nanoysutrompa
    29/07/2008 at 17:50 Permalink

    Bueno si lo cuentas tampoco pasa nada. Es lo que parece, aparcamiento sobrante.

  9. Diego
    10/12/2015 at 2:01 Permalink

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