chevyman

Conway, AR

#22 Sep 14, 2010
who pays the most in lil rock? dci or ibr
just saying

Lake City, AR

#23 Sep 14, 2010
the real get real wrote:
<quoted text>
what a dumb ass--I stand by what I said--if you want to sell your plasma for drug money go for it.
BUT it is not a donation you are SELLING your BLOOD for DRUGS.
Scumbag
Ya know- I'd be real careful about who I called scumbag or dumbass. Some people use the money from their plasma to make payments on other items. So, while there are druggees who might buy drugs with their money, not everyone does, DUMBASS!!!!!
the real get real

Russellville, AR

#24 Sep 14, 2010
the real get real wrote:
<quoted text>
what a dumb ass--I stand by what I said--if you want to sell your plasma for drug money go for it.
BUT it is not a donation you are SELLING your BLOOD for DRUGS.
Scumbag
I wrote that--Ive thought about it and I was wrong--sorry
Just saying

Lake City, AR

#25 Sep 14, 2010
the real get real wrote:
<quoted text>
I wrote that--Ive thought about it and I was wrong--sorry
Nuff said.
damaged but not broken

Chickasha, OK

#26 Sep 19, 2010
i used to donate a while ago my first time donating i got like maybe $30 most people dont use it to buy drugs..i bought food and cigarettes with it or stuff for my daughter.....it comes in handy in times like that...
Get a Life

Jacksonville, FL

#27 Sep 23, 2010
the real get real wrote:
<quoted text>
what a dumb ass--I stand by what I said--if you want to sell your plasma for drug money go for it.
BUT it is not a donation you are SELLING your BLOOD for DRUGS.
Scumbag
You are a complete fing idiot and you're the scum bag for making such rude judgements about people. I am a single mother who DOES NOT do drugs. Yet I still give, or sell, my plasma. DOUCHE BAG!
david stone

United States

#28 Nov 30, 2010
2 x week no problem
NoStereotype

Cocoa, FL

#29 Jan 12, 2011
the real get real wrote:
<quoted text>
what a dumb ass--I stand by what I said--if you want to sell your plasma for drug money go for it.
BUT it is not a donation you are SELLING your BLOOD for DRUGS.
Scumbag
Thanks for stereotyping everyone who sells plasma. After college tuition and rent I can barely eat everyday, so it's food and gas to get to school. When you live in a city with 58,000 students, finding a job is tough.
guest

Jonesboro, AR

#30 Jan 13, 2011
If plasma is needed to save my life or the life of someone I love I won't be questioning why it's available, who it came from, what that person did with the money they got gor it, nor how much profit is being made on it. I'll just be grateful that it's available.
guest

Jonesboro, AR

#31 Jan 13, 2011
NoStereotype wrote:
<quoted text>
Thanks for stereotyping everyone who sells plasma. After college tuition and rent I can barely eat everyday, so it's food and gas to get to school. When you live in a city with 58,000 students, finding a job is tough.
Go back and read post 24
WOW

Osceola, AR

#32 Jan 13, 2011
I too, have considered selling my plasma, but I knew nothing about the process, i.e.; how much, how often, etc. But now, after shuffling through the BS and getting down to the truth, I understand more. In my line of work, I see many people who might need blood or blood products,(plasma), so I will become a regular source. (notice, I did not say donor. What is sold, is not donated.)
blah blah blah

United States

#33 Apr 28, 2011
NoStereotype wrote:
<quoted text>
Thanks for stereotyping everyone who sells plasma. After college tuition and rent I can barely eat everyday, so it's food and gas to get to school. When you live in a city with 58,000 students, finding a job is tough.
Ummm, there are plenty of jobs here you just gotta get your spoiled head out of your ass and find one and not be so picky when it comes to a job, when a jop is available the first thing you college kids do , "im not flipping a burger" grow up there ARE jobs here plenty of them, prolly DCI is hiring
LOL

Jonesboro, AR

#34 Apr 29, 2011
blah blah blah wrote:
<quoted text>
Ummm, there are plenty of jobs here you just gotta get your spoiled head out of your ass and find one and not be so picky when it comes to a job, when a jop is available the first thing you college kids do , "im not flipping a burger" grow up there ARE jobs here plenty of them, prolly DCI is hiring
Well I guess he could get his kid labeled for the rest of his life so he could draw a crazy check and not have to work. Would that make him a great person like you? Little tip, don't go on one thread with a sob story about how you can't work 'cause your kid's a brat then stop 3 threads over and bash somebody for being unemployed. Makes you look like a hypocrite.

“Just trying to be me!”

Since: Jun 10

Location hidden

#35 Apr 29, 2011
blah blah blah wrote:
<quoted text>
Ummm, there are plenty of jobs here you just gotta get your spoiled head out of your ass and find one and not be so picky when it comes to a job, when a jop is available the first thing you college kids do , "im not flipping a burger" grow up there ARE jobs here plenty of them, prolly DCI is hiring
Actually, the higher a college student gets in reaching a degree, the harder it can be to work. Many degrees (such as teaching) limit the amount of hours students can work. Some places don't want to work around student hours, or get irritated when the hours change each semester. I could see where it would be tough in some majors to keep a job that pays the bills.
former donor

United States

#36 Apr 29, 2011
They used to pay 15,20,15,25 a while back and sometimes a couple dollars more on The 2nd donation if you were a 900 donor ,if it pays more now I may start donating again cause it was helpful on gas or maybe use part of it to help buy my lottery tickets.
Tony

Irving, TX

#37 Aug 16, 2011
My daughter is selling her Plasma today and probably will buy pot tonight from Joshua. She lives in my house for now, will not do chores so I charge her $200 in rent and I took her car away until she quits smoking. She called up and old friend to use him to take her to the plasma donation center. Seems easier and cheaper to do her chores and quit smoking but as the POT HEADS say "It's just a plant and nobody gets hurt"
dustin

Buffalo, MN

#38 Aug 18, 2011
your not selling your plama your donating it.. plasma centers pay you for your TIME not for your plasma
trying to find a way

San Angelo, TX

#39 Aug 20, 2011
dumbasses.
i'm thinking about doing this for the sake of paying for my textbooks so my parents won't have to. I am a college student and money isn't exactly at a surplus here with my family. Stereotyping people is a dumb thing to do and no not everyone does it for "drug money."
i sell plasma for drugs

Bryan, TX

#40 Sep 20, 2011
i sell plasma solely to buy my drugs....saving peoples lives and getting high, how can it get much better?

you people need to start living.

oooo my plasma check just came in, looks like its time for my date with that old slut maryjane

cheers

stoney baloney
rasta

Bradenton, FL

#41 Sep 25, 2011
they test you for drugs anyway! wow I never thought that ppl would really think that they would allow addicts to donate plasma! lol

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