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Being a donor

Just gave blood today, and thought I'd throw up a thread on donating. Being a rider, I realize the danger inherent, and felt it important to give blood now since I might be needing someone's blood handout tomorrow.

Also, with the year coming to a close, those of you who are financially independent, don't forgot to partonize your local charity! We're in the midst of filling out our annual donation promissary notes (pledges) for the coming year.

While its a tough world out there, giving does make a difference. I volunteer too, and get to see those funds used first hand. Its a really moving, encouraging experience I can't recommend enough.

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Re: Being a donor

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Just gave blood today, and thought I'd throw up a thread on donating. Being a rider, I realize the danger inherent, and felt it important to give blood now since I might be needing someone's blood handout tomorrow.

Also, with the year coming to a close, those of you who are financially independent, don't forgot to partonize your local charity! We're in the midst of filling out our annual donation promissary notes (pledges) for the coming year.

While its a tough world out there, giving does make a difference. I volunteer too, and get to see those funds used first hand. Its a really moving, encouraging experience I can't recommend enough.

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Thank you for the reminder. Unfortunately, I havent given blood for 2 years now. That will change soon enough. Excellent thread, hope some of the guys understand the seriousness of this matter and take it to heart
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I give blood whenever they have a drive at my campus. But unlike you, i'm too broke to give anyone money.

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Re: Being a donor

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Just gave blood today, and thought I'd throw up a thread on donating. Being a rider, I realize the danger inherent, and felt it important to give blood now since I might be needing someone's blood handout tomorrow.

Also, with the year coming to a close, those of you who are financially independent, don't forgot to partonize your local charity! We're in the midst of filling out our annual donation promissary notes (pledges) for the coming year.

While its a tough world out there, giving does make a difference. I volunteer too, and get to see those funds used first hand. Its a really moving, encouraging experience I can't recommend enough.

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I donate sperm whenever possible


And the kleenex thanks you for your donation, as does the sewage treatment facility it goes to after you flush.

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So thats where all of the little people come from ....
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Whenever I try to give blood, they won't let me because of my tatoos.

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Whenever I try to give blood, they won't let me because of my tatoos.
Awww......you poor little bastard !

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