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2012-04-30 06:03:00 PM
While I can understand, I don't think it works that way.
 
2012-04-30 06:03:13 PM
And don't forget....to give me back my black t-shirt.
 
2012-04-30 06:03:49 PM
And don't forget to give me back my black t-shirt.
 
2012-04-30 06:04:36 PM
Tiny fist of rage.
 
2012-04-30 06:04:46 PM
And don't forget to give me back my black t-shirt
 
2012-04-30 06:05:56 PM
This lack of basic understanding that the employee in question is demonstrating now is probably what got them fired.
 
2012-04-30 06:06:02 PM
no mention of a black t-shirt?

You guys are slipping.
 
2012-04-30 06:06:37 PM

FreakinB: And don't forget....to give me back my black t-shirt.


Came here to do this. Did NOT expect it to be the second AND third comment.
 
2012-04-30 06:06:41 PM
1.bp.blogspot.com
What you gonna do with the kid knees?
 
2012-04-30 06:07:14 PM
www.breitbart.com

YOU LYING WHORE!
YOU USED ME!
YOU NEVER LOVED ME!
I HOPE YOU SLIDE UNDER A GAS TRUCK AND TASTE YOUR OWN BLOOD!
DIE! DIE! DIE!
I WANT MY RECORDS kidney BACK!
I WANT MY RECORDS kidney BAAAACK!!!
 
2012-04-30 06:08:10 PM
Article is messed up. It seems to imply that she didn't even get the employee's kidney, that it went to someone else. This is utterly confusing.

"Stevens donated her kidney to the national pool because she and Brucia were not a perfect match. That gave Brucia a better shot at getting a speedy transplant.
Stevens' kidney actually was transplanted into a patient in St. Louis, and Brucia's came from San Francisco."
 
2012-04-30 06:08:32 PM
Brucia began to harass her shortly after she donated her left kidney in the fall of 2010 -- and eventually helped fire her in April 2011

Wow, that's a colossal dick move.
 
2012-04-30 06:09:32 PM
I can appreciate the sentiment, would probably feel the same way under the circumstances, but she's kind of SOL.
 
2012-04-30 06:09:45 PM
Now, Stevens says that her health insurance coverage will soon run out -- leaving her unable to pay future medical and psychiatric bills related to the transplant.

I suspect your psychiatric needs predated this surgery.

"I don't know what I'm going to do," she said. "I can't afford it -- it's a lot of money. I may have a hard time getting insurance because I donated a kidney. I thought I would be at that job until I retired."

That might have been something to consider before you made such a major life decision.

I felt for this lady when the story first came out, but the more she talks, the more guanopsychotic she sounds. Now you want to harm an innocent stranger to vent your anger with your boss because she did not behave exactly as you expected, when you did not investigate the situation fully before donating a major organ, but merely assumed?
 
2012-04-30 06:10:03 PM

fusillade762: FreakinB: And don't forget....to give me back my black t-shirt.

Came here to do this. Did NOT expect it to be the second AND third comment.


and fifth, and seventh, and eighth.
 
2012-04-30 06:10:11 PM
Why has no one posted "And don't forget to give me back my black t-shirt" yet? How odd.
 
2012-04-30 06:10:31 PM
Too bad her boss did not actually receive the woman's kidney!
 
2012-04-30 06:10:46 PM

TorqueToad: Article is messed up. It seems to imply that she didn't even get the employee's kidney, that it went to someone else. This is utterly confusing.


That is what happened. The woman is a moran and it's easy now to see now how she was so easily manipulated.
 
2012-04-30 06:10:58 PM
Translation:

I'll see your successful kidney transplant and RAISE you a publicity nightmare, Atlantic Automotive Group
 
2012-04-30 06:11:25 PM

TorqueToad: "Stevens donated her kidney to the national pool because she and Brucia were not a perfect match. That gave Brucia a better shot at getting a speedy transplant.
Stevens' kidney actually was transplanted into a patient in St. Louis, and Brucia's came from San Francisco."


But that's standard practice, when you want to donate a kidney to someone, but you aren't a perfect match. It's not exactly like you can take it back, but it wasn't a completely unconnected general donation to the pool either.

Sucks to be the firee, but the biatch boss also deserves a major boo.
 
2012-04-30 06:11:59 PM

TorqueToad: Article is messed up. It seems to imply that she didn't even get the employee's kidney, that it went to someone else. This is utterly confusing.

"Stevens donated her kidney to the national pool because she and Brucia were not a perfect match. That gave Brucia a better shot at getting a speedy transplant. Stevens' kidney actually was transplanted into a patient in St. Louis, and Brucia's came from San Francisco."


Think merry-go-round:
1) Stevens donated her kidney to the national pool
2) National pool gave Brucia a different kidney
3) Stevens kidney went to St Louis
 
2012-04-30 06:12:18 PM

TorqueToad: Article is messed up. It seems to imply that she didn't even get the employee's kidney, that it went to someone else. This is utterly confusing.

"Stevens donated her kidney to the national pool because she and Brucia were not a perfect match. That gave Brucia a better shot at getting a speedy transplant.
Stevens' kidney actually was transplanted into a patient in St. Louis, and Brucia's came from San Francisco."


That's how it works now. Your loved one needs a kidney. You are willing but are not a match. So you donate to random matching stranger, whose loved one donates to someone else, and on and on until your loved one gets a matching kidney from their random stranger match.
 
2012-04-30 06:12:30 PM
I know that I deleted that superfluous 'now,' but there it is, still. Right there staring at me. Now.
 
2012-04-30 06:12:31 PM

namegoeshere: Now, Stevens says that her health insurance coverage will soon run out -- leaving her unable to pay future medical and psychiatric bills related to the transplant.

I suspect your psychiatric needs predated this surgery.

"I don't know what I'm going to do," she said. "I can't afford it -- it's a lot of money. I may have a hard time getting insurance because I donated a kidney. I thought I would be at that job until I retired."

That might have been something to consider before you made such a major life decision.

I felt for this lady when the story first came out, but the more she talks, the more guanopsychotic she sounds. Now you want to harm an innocent stranger to vent your anger with your boss because she did not behave exactly as you expected, when you did not investigate the situation fully before donating a major organ, but merely assumed?


She probably totally slacked off at work with an entitlement attitude
 
2012-04-30 06:12:49 PM
I said kidley, diddle I?
 
2012-04-30 06:13:10 PM

TorqueToad: Article is messed up. It seems to imply that she didn't even get the employee's kidney, that it went to someone else. This is utterly confusing.

"Stevens donated her kidney to the national pool because she and Brucia were not a perfect match. That gave Brucia a better shot at getting a speedy transplant.
Stevens' kidney actually was transplanted into a patient in St. Louis, and Brucia's came from San Francisco."


This is what's referred to as a "Chain Donation". Person A, B, and C all need new kidneys. Their friends/family members D, E, and F, are not a match to A, B, and C, respectively, but perhaps D matches B, F matches C, etc.

D, E, and F all donate their kidneys "in the name" of their intended recipients, and a "matchmaking" system happens to make sure that A, B, and C all get the kidneys they need.

So, Ms. Brucia did NOT receive a kidney FROM Ms. Stevens, but she DID receive a kidney BECAUSE of Ms. Stevens.
 
2012-04-30 06:13:16 PM
I really wish Long Island had its own tag. We could put Florida to shame, and that's just with the Mastic/Shirley area.
 
2012-04-30 06:14:23 PM

butt-nuggets: Translation:

I'll see your successful kidney transplant and RAISE you a publicity nightmare, Atlantic Automotive Group


Heh. Didn't even notice that. My parents got their last car from one of their dealerships.
 
2012-04-30 06:14:37 PM
www.collapseboard.com
 
2012-04-30 06:14:46 PM

Warchild: and that's just with the Mastic/Shirley area.


Almost everybody does, and stop calling me that.
 
2012-04-30 06:15:08 PM
Anyone who donates an organ to anyone who is not a close relative or life long friend is an idiot.

That is all.
 
2012-04-30 06:15:27 PM

Jacobin: She probably totally slacked off at work with an entitlement attitude


THIS
 
2012-04-30 06:15:43 PM
Car Dealers. It's almost like they only care about themselves.
 
2012-04-30 06:17:25 PM

namegoeshere:
I felt for this lady when the story first came out, but the more she talks, the more guanopsychotic she sounds.


guanopsychotic. Nice.
 
2012-04-30 06:18:11 PM

namegoeshere: TorqueToad: Article is messed up. It seems to imply that she didn't even get the employee's kidney, that it went to someone else. This is utterly confusing.

"Stevens donated her kidney to the national pool because she and Brucia were not a perfect match. That gave Brucia a better shot at getting a speedy transplant.
Stevens' kidney actually was transplanted into a patient in St. Louis, and Brucia's came from San Francisco."

That's how it works now. Your loved one needs a kidney. You are willing but are not a match. So you donate to random matching stranger, whose loved one donates to someone else, and on and on until your loved one gets a matching kidney from their random stranger match.


Oh, thanks for explaining that, since the article writer didn't.
 
2012-04-30 06:19:14 PM
She can sue the recipient for anything. I hope a lawyer takes it pro bono and sues for anything they can figure out to sue for.

The recipient might win in the end but oh my the legal fees.

/Hey, corporations do it all the time.
 
2012-04-30 06:19:22 PM
OK. What's the "give me back my black t-shirt" reference?
 
2012-04-30 06:19:23 PM
...and give me back my black t-shirt, amirite!?


Seriously, though, it's time to man up and just stab her in the transplanted kidney. Problem solved.
 
2012-04-30 06:20:31 PM

Warchild: I really wish Long Island had its own tag. We could put Florida to shame, and that's just with the Mastic/Shirley area.


I've accepted that I come from a strange place.

My only experience with Mastic/Shirley is that in high school we had to go out there (I'm from Nassau County) for a lacrosse game at William Floyd, and the game got cancelled before it started because of lightning. 2+ hours round-trip on a school bus for nothing. Just wonderful.

/CSB
 
2012-04-30 06:20:35 PM
www.officialrepostore.com

Unavailable for comment.
 
2012-04-30 06:20:50 PM
This is why I'm going to wait until after I'm dead to donate my organs.
 
2012-04-30 06:20:52 PM
If only there was a catchy song that could accompany this scenario.
 
2012-04-30 06:21:09 PM

butt-nuggets: Translation:

I'll see your successful kidney transplant and RAISE you a publicity nightmare, Atlantic Automotive Group


Ungrateful biatch will either be driven to quit or get fired before this is all over. All the publicity makes her a liability. As for the "victim", well, c'est la vie.
 
2012-04-30 06:22:36 PM

Mock26: Too bad her boss did not actually receive the woman's kidney!


I'm sure that Dick Cheney received the employee's kidney. People say he controls all organ donations in the US. In return, Mr. Cheney moved her boss to the top on the "defective organ" donor list. So, it appears that her boss received an AIDS infected kidney from a San Francisco donor.
 
2012-04-30 06:24:07 PM
Brucia?
 
2012-04-30 06:24:55 PM

Mr. Potatoass: OK. What's the "give me back my black t-shirt" reference?


Ben Folds Five
 
2012-04-30 06:25:01 PM

SultanofSchwing: If only there was a catchy song that could accompany this scenario.


Here it is--done
 
2012-04-30 06:25:50 PM

Mr. Potatoass: OK. What's the "give me back my black t-shirt" reference?


I'm assuming you have a computer.. and on this computer you might be familiar with a site named "GOOGLE"
 
2012-04-30 06:27:08 PM

FarkinHostile: Anyone who donates an organ to anyone who is not a close relative or life long friend is an idiot.

That is all.


You can pry my organs from my cold, dead hands.

Seriously. You can. I won't need them.

i45.tinypic.com
 
2012-04-30 06:28:13 PM
Unless the kidney was tainted with evil and completely changed the boss' personality, the donor probably should have seen this coming.
 
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