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So I have signed the back of my license and gotten a witness to sign it for organ donation, but I saw a commercial last night that said that was not enough. There is an organ donation registry... so I did that today... Has anybody else??

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sheesh, its not enough that my card says doner and its signed, and witness signed by my mother and my wife?!?!

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No it isn't according to the commercial.... but I think it is a small effort considering the benefit if it is ever needed.... I guess they really want to make sure that you really want to donate if the time comes.
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Yeah, I heard about this on 101.1 the other day....I'm on it like a fat kid on a cupcake.

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sheesh, its not enough that my card says doner and its signed, and witness signed by my mother and my wife?!?!
The most important thing about this is that your family knows your wishes. Family trumps a signed license anytime - it's WAY more important to have the conversation with your loved ones than sign a piece of plastic or register on a website. Websites and drivers licenses give additional help to families if they have to make that call (hopefully never!), or if there's disagreement between family members about what to do.

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The most important thing about this is that your family knows your wishes. Family trumps a signed license anytime - it's WAY more important to have the conversation with your loved ones than sign a piece of plastic or register on a website. Websites and drivers licenses give additional help to families if they have to make that call (hopefully never!), or if there's disagreement between family members about what to do.
Seeing as how I got their signatures following the conversation I should be good to go, mom/dad/wife all know the score.

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My wishs are with my wife. I dont want to give an y government agency power over my remains.




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my family knows my wishes as a friend only survived by getting a transplant when he was 15...then had another at 32...but ended up getting cancer...but he was able to have 1 kid before his death...

i will not go to a freaking website and sign up for this crap only to have my information given to the state yet again...back of my liscense and my wishes is what my family has to go on...and they will uphold it...

...plus my gf was with me saying "omg slow down, slow down" and I was thinking "Lose annoying squalk box in passenger seat, afford more mods and have less weight in the car and on the back of the bike"...so i dumped her and I'm single again as usual...HERE KITTY KITTY!!!
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