Lung transplant Dilema

Re: Lung transplant Dilema

PostBy: Flyer5 On: Fri Jun 07, 2013 11:32 am

coalnewbie wrote:
Id say when you die, you better take some change for the soda machine with ya, cause Its gonna be hot where your goin


Yeah but all my coal burner buddies will be there and although being seared by perditions flames, I'm still going to search out a good source of Anthracite. :) The LL staff will all be there so servicing will be easy.



We will have some liquor and beer to take away the dryness. Actually I do not have organ donor on my DL. But my will and my family know my wishes that I would be an organ donor if need be. ( and if there is anything worth salvaging ) But I leave the decision up to my family the way it should be, not some piece of government issued plastic.

I hope the little girl gets what she needs and gets an extension on life. I was listening on the radio someone in the med profession called in and was saying that a typical lung can save 2 people, because the little girl would only get the lower section and someone else larger would get the upper section. So 1 tragedy can actually save more than one person.
CF sounds like a terrible disease that I could not wish on anyone. Especially a child.

P.S Simon try to remind me to bring spare parts.
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Re: Lung transplant Dilema

PostBy: jpete On: Fri Jun 07, 2013 12:16 pm

waldo lemieux wrote: And all you conservative moral majority types out there that dont consider it an obligation to sign your organ donor card, Well.... Id say when you die, you better take some change for the soda machine with ya, cause Its gonna be hot where your goin :nono: :roll:


How about Jews? Many of them believe believe they have to leave life with all the parts they came in with.

Will the "King of the Jews" damn them to suffer for eternity for following His law?

I'm just glad I'm a libertarian and not one of those "Moral Majority" types. I'd hate to think I was going to hell because I don't feel any "obligation" to the collective.
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Re: Lung transplant Dilema

PostBy: coalnewbie On: Fri Jun 07, 2013 12:19 pm

I'd hate to think I was going to hell because I don't feel any "obligation" to the collective.


Of course you are part Borg, I just knew something was strange about you. :D

How about Jews? Many of them believe believe they have to leave life with all the parts they came in with.


Let me give you a tip about that one.... AHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAA, I slay myself.
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Re: Lung transplant Dilema

PostBy: jpete On: Fri Jun 07, 2013 12:42 pm

coalnewbie wrote:
How about Jews? Many of them believe believe they have to leave life with all the parts they came in with.


Let me give you a tip about that one.... AHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAA, I slay myself.


True. I guess you got me on that one. :)

But that's not really critical to resurrection I guess. It seems their concern is that an all powerful being who can raise them from the dead can't whip up a new kidney if they give their old one away. :D
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Re: Lung transplant Dilema

PostBy: waldo lemieux On: Fri Jun 07, 2013 7:38 pm

Flyer5 wrote: waldo lemieux wrote: And all you conservative moral majority types out there that dont consider it an obligation to sign your organ donor card, Well.... Id say when you die, you better take some change for the soda machine with ya, cause Its gonna be hot where your goin :nono: :roll:



How about Jews? Many of them believe believe they have to leave life with all the parts they came in with.


They dont have to worry they own all the soda machines :rofl: aside:" sorry for that right there lord, somethin,somethin,somethin and watch over all those pigmies down in New Guinea"

freetown fred wrote: Where do you come up with this nonsense waldo??????? Orrrr, am I dealin with serious sarcasm here???? If so, use the appropriate smilies :?

Nonsense is what I do , Sarcasm all around ,on me! :P
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Re: Lung transplant Dilema

PostBy: freetown fred On: Fri Jun 07, 2013 8:50 pm

Nice Waldo :clap: :surrender: toothy
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Re: Lung transplant Dilema

PostBy: Flyer5 On: Sat Jun 08, 2013 3:15 pm

waldo lemieux wrote:
Flyer5 wrote: waldo lemieux wrote: And all you conservative moral majority types out there that dont consider it an obligation to sign your organ donor card, Well.... Id say when you die, you better take some change for the soda machine with ya, cause Its gonna be hot where your goin :nono: :roll:



How about Jews? Many of them believe believe they have to leave life with all the parts they came in with.


They dont have to worry they own all the soda machines :rofl: aside:" sorry for that right there lord, somethin,somethin,somethin and watch over all those pigmies down in New Guinea"

freetown fred wrote: Where do you come up with this nonsense waldo??????? Orrrr, am I dealin with serious sarcasm here???? If so, use the appropriate smilies :?

Nonsense is what I do , Sarcasm all around ,on me! :P




Look back I did not write the quote.
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Re: Lung transplant Dilema

PostBy: freetown fred On: Sat Jun 08, 2013 4:04 pm

HUH??????? toothy
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Re: Lung transplant Dilema

PostBy: waldo lemieux On: Sat Jun 08, 2013 6:31 pm

F5

I dont know what happened or how I did that :shock: To whom it may concern F5 didnt do it! Seaming impossible computer things happen to me all the time and my wife never believes me..... :D
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Re: Lung transplant Dilema

PostBy: samhill On: Tue Jul 02, 2013 8:02 pm

Well here's some good news for some, not so good for my B-in-L & family but what's done is done. There are a bunch of organs getting ready as we speak as he donated everything useable so I'm guessing it's everything but the heart & no Jpete there is no money changing hands, it's just the type of man he was & what he believed so I hope everything goes well with whoever gets them, you got them from a good guy. :cry:
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Re: Lung transplant Dilema

PostBy: freetown fred On: Tue Jul 02, 2013 8:40 pm

Sorry to hear all that SH--he's done a good thing my friend. :)
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Re: Lung transplant Dilema

PostBy: coalnewbie On: Tue Jul 02, 2013 8:56 pm

Hey FF there is hope, get in line behind me. A brain transplant is what I've needed for years now.

http://www.usnews.com/news/articles/201 ... ransplants
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Re: Lung transplant Dilema

PostBy: freetown fred On: Tue Jul 02, 2013 9:41 pm

:clap: toothy And just think Simon, all he needs is 30 mill' to have it ready for us in 2 yrs---what a deal :woot: :drool: :flush:
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Re: Lung transplant Dilema

PostBy: jpete On: Wed Jul 03, 2013 4:46 pm

samhill wrote:Well here's some good news for some, not so good for my B-in-L & family but what's done is done. There are a bunch of organs getting ready as we speak as he donated everything useable so I'm guessing it's everything but the heart & no Jpete there is no money changing hands, it's just the type of man he was & what he believed so I hope everything goes well with whoever gets them, you got them from a good guy. :cry:


That's great to hear.

Now if we had a few million more like him, we'd have this problem licked.

But I'm curious to know how allowing a person to sell their property would have prevented your BIL from giving his away?
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Re: Lung transplant Dilema

PostBy: samhill On: Wed Jul 03, 2013 5:38 pm

Jpete, I realize you just can't get the concept of doing good out of the kindness of ones heart. I find it odd however that you accuse me (someone that is & has been a registered donor) of disliking anyone with money or as you put it more money than I have when you express the willingness to sell your (hopefully)excess body organs to the highest bidder. Believe it or not you have that right & I would think that if you do some searching you may find the place that will do it & probably even cover airfare for yourself & some family members above your asking price. You may be right sell them now while you (hopefully) can enjoy the profits & that way if something unexpected should happen you will have already enjoyed your profit. There may be a whole new industry to open up, cross matching & selling body parts for fun & profit, kind of a modern day grave robber.
If one passes suddenly as in this case it takes a lot of strain off of the ones left behind & also gives(I know, another word you don't understand) the gift of life to some waiting on the lists that perhaps would perhaps have no means of funding the purchase of a life giving organ.
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