This last couple days my daughter and I were down at her transplant facility for her rgular check up. They were delayed at the PFT lab so while Victoria was waiting I went down and donated blood. I did the double red platlet donation and while I was there a woman about my age came in who never gave blood before and sat down. We started talking mostly about how long it takes, She then proceeds to tell me her daughter is engaged and her daughter's future father-in-law is a phyisican in this same hospital. We went through the usual isn't that wonderful stuff. She then tells me that her daughter had organ donor on her driver's license and this so called physican told her that she should take it off the she was too beautiful anf even if she went into a hospital for something simple they would let her die just to get her organs. I tried to explain that this was not the case but after 30 minutes I kindof lost it and left it with this guy must not be a very good physician because he sounds like and idiot and God forbid you or any of your family ever is in needs and has to die because of beautiful p[eople like you. I actually said alot more but don't feel like typing but I am proud to say my voice did not screech and I did not swear!!!
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