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kimkve

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Date Signed Up:9/12/2011
Last Login:12/08/2016
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#66 - Thats a lot of bacon!  [+] (1 reply) 09/08/2013 on Filthy liars. +1
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#68 - fatspartan (09/08/2013) [-]
THAT'S NOT ENOUGH BACON!!!
#29 - Picture 08/26/2013 on Hiding from Chief +1
#15 - Hmm.. please enlighten me about that plasma thing? what is it,…  [+] (1 reply) 08/25/2013 on The concept of YOLO 0
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#16 - dedaluminus (08/25/2013) [-]
You go to a place, sit in a chair, and they take some of your blood, spin the plasma out of it, and give your red blood cells back to you. Because it doesn't take the red blood cells, you can donate more often, and you get money for it instead of a tote bag and some orange juice. As to why, source plasma is a prime component in a lot of medications, mostly for anti-immune disorders, but also to make artificial albumin for burn victims. If there were enough plasma getting donated to meet the demand for these products, there wouldn't be businesses based off of buying them. Kind of how like when a blood bank is running low on a certain type, they'll start offering nicer and nicer rewards. Except the demand is that high all the time.

So it helps just as much, if not more than, donating blood, you can do it more often, and hey, free money.
#4 - In 2011 i donated 1800USD to cancer research with some friends…  [+] (5 replies) 08/25/2013 on The concept of YOLO 0
#10 - anon (08/25/2013) [-]
I would donate blood before becoming an organ donor. so yay.
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#6 - dedaluminus (08/25/2013) [-]
Don't listen to anon, you did good things. Organ donors are the best. I'm waiting for a kidney transplant myself. But as an alternative to donating blood you might try selling plasma. Just as beneficial to the medical community (unless you have a rare blood type in which case donate blood) and you get extra money for spending or for giving to charity if you want to go full mother teresa up in this bitch
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#15 - kimkve (08/25/2013) [-]
Hmm.. please enlighten me about that plasma thing? what is it, how does it work and how is it helping? either in a pm or to the rest of the world to see.

Hope everything works out with your kidney soon.
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#16 - dedaluminus (08/25/2013) [-]
You go to a place, sit in a chair, and they take some of your blood, spin the plasma out of it, and give your red blood cells back to you. Because it doesn't take the red blood cells, you can donate more often, and you get money for it instead of a tote bag and some orange juice. As to why, source plasma is a prime component in a lot of medications, mostly for anti-immune disorders, but also to make artificial albumin for burn victims. If there were enough plasma getting donated to meet the demand for these products, there wouldn't be businesses based off of buying them. Kind of how like when a blood bank is running low on a certain type, they'll start offering nicer and nicer rewards. Except the demand is that high all the time.

So it helps just as much, if not more than, donating blood, you can do it more often, and hey, free money.
#5 - anon (08/25/2013) [-]
you shouldve given that money to a charity who'd actually use it