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Welcome again to another revisit post from our participants. The questions up for this week are from Jamerican Spice:
1. Are you a donor?
2. Do you give blood?
I am not currently a donor. I might change mine mind in the future, but right now, I am really scare to even have the thought. I know if is the right thing to do, and I really admire those who are donors, as well as people who give-up their bodies to science. I am just not there yet. Even though I know once dead, I wouldn't know the difference. I think if I just say yes and not think about it, it would all work out. Wouldn't it?
I don't think I can give blood as I don't meet the criteria. I can do this though - and wouldn't mind it at all. Except I have been poked a few times wrong, and it bruised my arm for weeks.
Expanding on these questions.
Here are Self Sagacity's Thursday Two Questions #83
1) If you consider being a donor, which part(s) would you donate?
2) Would you give your body up for the study of science?
Just remember, you can access any of these past memes on Thursday Two Questions Details Page. Scroll down to the table to see all the links to the weekly meme, open the links for the linky tool to the participants links. Expanding on these questions, here are two new ones. You may answer any or all, it's up to you.
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Thursday Two Questions #83 - Donors Choose to Donate
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