|Brings out the kidney in you
||[Nov. 10th, 2009|06:29 pm]
The Question Club
While walking through the hospital one day (visiting a friend), an older man of some indistinct third world country approaches you and talks excitedly in a strange language. His translator tells you that his daughter needs a kidney and he would like to buy yours. You try and explain the process of donors and compatability and so forth, and the translator says "I know. We've tried to explain to him how it's done, but he refuses to listen or understand. He's immensely rich and buys everything he wants, even if he doesn't really know how to work it. Right now, he wants your kidney, and he's willing to pay you $1,000,000 for it. If you agree, the removal will be done in a very sterile environment with a team of doctors who specialize in organ removal. You will be in the best hands money can buy. However, if you agree, you must give up the kidney right this very minute or else he'll find some other person who will." Will you sign over your kidney ASAP for 1 million?
Yes, I'll give up my kidney for a lot of cash
No. My organ is much too valuable to sell
I want to, but I'd really like some time to mentally prepare for this. I can't just agree to major surgery lickety-split. I might have to pass