22 yr old alchy dies after being refused transplant

Discussion in 'The Intelligence Cell' started by ferox_provincia, Jul 21, 2009.

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  1. Ord_Sgt

    Ord_Sgt RIP

    That has to have been some drinking he did. Shit I think I drink a lot and I made it into my 40's, how much did he glug to only make 22!!!
     
  2. He must have got ill pretty quickly, he looks like he's had plenty of time to get a nice tan funded by the tax payer I would imagine. :x
     
  3. Good. A transplantable organ goes to someone who won't abuse it, and someone with no self-control reaps what he's sown. Result.
     
  4. ferox-provinicia,

    You are a cnut of the first water and I hope you never have to experience first-hand the damage alcohol abuse can do. Because if you'd ever got five minutes of service in (and that does not include servicing toddlers) then you'd know that it's no laughing matter and that many ex-services succumb to this. Would you post about one of them being found dead on a park-bench with the words '.....oh dear how sad.....'

    Now why don't you fcuk of to your kiddie porn sites and hope that you and I never come face to face. You tssoser.
     
  5. Hic...
     
  6. It's not a tan, it's jaundice.
     
  7. *snigger*
     
  8. Biped

    Biped LE Book Reviewer

    Where the fcuk did you get that avatar - it's brilliant!
     
  9. YesItsMe

    YesItsMe LE Good Egg (charities)

    Seconded!
     
  10. His neighbour in Springfield was said to be diddly iddly devastated....
     
  11. YesItsMe

    YesItsMe LE Good Egg (charities)

    Try this site. ;)
     
  12. I saw something similar tattooed on your mother's arse so thought I'd pinch it.. Or was it your sister? The evening was aall a bit of a haze.
     
  13. I agree with the decision made. There aren't enough donor organs to go around so they should go to the most needy and those least likely to abuse.
    Many people who need liver transplants have never touched a drop in their lives, why should they lose out to someone who has caused their own demise?
    That having been said I totally disagree with tourist medicine whether paid for or not. I have signed a donor card to help someone after I go not to enable someone to get a fat profit.
     
  14. Hey, MIT, can I please buy your liver?

    Or I could swap them for a fantastic set of corneas. I don't need them as I wear contact lenses.