What to do to remember Shaun_C

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  1. Freyabeads

    Freyabeads TFW2005 Supporter

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    Hi all,
    I apologize if anyone has mentioned this already. I certainly may have missed it in the many many posts for someone obviously respected and loved in the TF World.

    I recall reading in one of Shaun's recent posts that he mentioned having hemophilia.

    May I suggest that a great way of honoring him, if you are able to do so, would be to donate platelets or even a whole blood donation? I have to wait another couple weeks to donate again, but that donation will be in memory of Shaun.
     
  2. Bryan

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    I was able to do a combo blood-platelets donations a two weeks ago for the first time in two and a half years (thanks to an extended visit to Iraq). It was really nice to get back to it.

    I think my next appt. is scheduled the first week of July, and I will definitely keep Shaun in mind. But honestly, I was gonna do it anyways, and so should everyone else who is able to donate.
     
  3. Lance Halberd

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    I'd donate if I could :( 
     
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    Why can't you...oh yeah.

    Honestly, they're a little over-protective of the blood-supply, but I suppose taking a better safe-than-sorry approach with other people's health is fair enough.
     
  5. Lance Halberd

    Lance Halberd oh hai

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    True, but what gets me is that the only discrimination they don't do is between protected and unprotected, especially since I'm always in the former category.
     

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