[Histonet] Re: Cut resistant gloves

Pat Flannery pjfnefro <@t> duke.edu
Fri Nov 10 10:39:00 CST 2006

OUCH!  I suppose having "organ donor" on my motorcycle license is  
redundant, then.  :-)

I used to think that crotch-rockets were more efficient in producing  
donor organs, but, in my experience, the speed with which they're  
usually employed (by the young folks who usually ride them) actually  
leaves very little to donate.  I now believe that cruisers and  
touring bikes (and the older, wiser, folks who usually ride them)  
produce more intact (if slightly used) donor organs.

Thanks for reminding me, though. :-)

-Patrick J. (Pat) Flannery
   Division of Nephrology (that's kidneys to you)
   Box 3014 (that's NOT "PO" just "Box")
   Duke University Medical Center (although I went to UNC-CH)
   Durham, NC  27710
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On Nov 10, 2006, at 11:15 AM, RSRICHMOND <@t> aol.com wrote:

> I went to a Harley Davidson shop for no better reason than that I  
> saw it on
> the side of the road.
> I don't know of any published studies, but I think that all makes of
> donorcycles are equally efficient in producing brain-dead organ  
> donors.
> Bob Richmond
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