Good Guy Cameron Lyle. Not mine, found on the while browsing. Still some decent people out there... He looks like GGG too Good Guy Cameron Lyle Not mine found on the while browsing Still some decent people out there He looks like GGG too
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#4 - nicopwnz
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He looks like GGG too
#11 to #4 - metallicaone
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Paint Skillz oh yea
#192 to #4 - anon id: e355f06c
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I miss the old GGG from 4chan.

Rapes you


Wears a condom
#197 to #192 - Loopholes
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Actually wearing a condom while committing rape is good for both parties, you leave no evidence in your victim.   
   
So there you go kids, always wear a condom when committing rape.
Actually wearing a condom while committing rape is good for both parties, you leave no evidence in your victim.

So there you go kids, always wear a condom when committing rape.
#300 to #197 - sCoTtdjk
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Good sir, what is that anime?
Good sir, what is that anime?
#201 to #197 - anon id: 5c3aa863
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Thank you for your valuable insight, oh honorable senei.
User avatar #5 to #4 - threadz
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are we sure that this isn't a picture of him?
#309 to #5 - anon id: e9389995
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ASIANS CAN ACTUALLY READ MINDS!!!!!!!!!!!
They can hear, and see what you're visually thinking. This is the absolute complete truth!!!!!

The reason a lot of Asians have completely expressionless faces is so they don't accidentally show facial expressions when people think things they don't like, find funny, astonishing, etc, and Asians segregate so their not nearly as susceptible to that happening.
Asians also segregate, and are untalkative to avoid accidentally saying things that are similar to what people are thinking and going to say.

Try thinking, and visually picturing things that are as wild as you can when you are around Asians, and look for Asians who give people dirty/particular looks for what appears to be for completely no reason.

PLEASE SPREAD THE MESSAGE!!!!! THE WORLD NEEDS TO KNOW THIS!!!!!
#305 to #5 - anon id: 863297a1
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I have been going back and forth between the pictures for the past ten minutes and I just don't know how they could be a different person...
User avatar #8 - smilleykillz
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could no one else donate bone marrow?
#16 to #8 - anon id: 789d038b
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Bone marrow matches are more difficult to make than blood type matches.
If the body of the person who is receiving the marrow rejects it, they have a higher chance of infection or their own immune system attacks the transplant.
User avatar #54 to #16 - failtolawl
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plus donating bone marrow is extremely painful and not very many people would go out of their way to do it.
#111 to #54 - epicburana
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anesthesia and painkillers are invented..?
anesthesia and painkillers are invented..?
#119 to #111 - anon id: 33bca412
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True but there is a limit to how much you can use, especially during bone marrow transplant. Meaning that even with anesthesia it is still EXTREMELY painful.
User avatar #127 to #119 - epicburana
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How is that possible? I mean you aren't even conscious when under anesthesia... When I was in surgery, it was a pitch black moment in my memory, like I didn't even exist during that time. How could you possibly feel any pain then?
User avatar #172 to #127 - alexleukaemia
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bone marrow is taken when conscious and only local anesthetic, if they miss the where they placed the local, it kills.
it's over rather quickly though.

had 3 bone marrow biopsy's
#203 to #172 - mitchimusk
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The local anesthetic only helps the nerves under the skin and the skin itself. It doesn't help the pain from the needle entering the bone.

Source: Bone marrow sample taken 4 months ago when diagnosed with Hodgkin's Lymphoma. If you were curious, I was lucky enough not to have the disease in my bones
User avatar #204 to #203 - alexleukaemia
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it does help though, I've had them miss before and it hurt so much more

Source: Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia, 10% left if you were curious lol
#206 to #204 - mitchimusk
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Well sir I'm glad to hear that. My chemo was done for a few weeks then last Friday I got a petscan on which something lit up. So I had a surprise round of chemo this week, then final radiation in a few weeks. I'm glad to hear you're doing well. If you don't mind my asking, do you live in the states and if so where?
User avatar #215 to #206 - alexleukaemia
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I had a set back 3 weeks ago too, some leukemia cells managed to get to my brain so have been having radiation the last 2 weeks, last one tomorrow though. But i'm not too worried
I live in London, England, where are you from?
User avatar #310 to #215 - pwoneill
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Hearing You Two discuss your cancer really makes me feel like my problems really dont matter
#338 to #310 - mitchimusk
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See that isn't true. A lot of people at school have said things like that but the truth is, everyone experiences different pain. Before my being diagnosed I felt like my problems didn't matter, but post-diagnosis I realized that those things strengthened me for what was going to come. All pain callouses and makes us stronger people
User avatar #339 to #338 - pwoneill
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...... I was just complaing to someone that I cannot buy equipment to grow vegetables inside, because it would look like Im growing pot...I dont even grow plants of any kind, I was complaining about a social stigma that doesnt involve me at all

My problems are insignificant
#342 to #339 - mitchimusk
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...Alright that's pretty bad
#337 to #215 - mitchimusk
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South Bend, Indiana, US. Cancer's a bitch man. The best of luck to ya!
User avatar #341 to #337 - alexleukaemia
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you too man, best of luck
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#162 to #119 - anon id: 28f9c19e
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sounds like typical urban myth
#17 to #8 - rdobet
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suitable bone marrow donators are very rare.
User avatar #24 to #8 - shadowstrut
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Bone marrow donations are very specific I might say. The possibility of being a match for someone is extremely low and you most likely won't find one.
#138 to #8 - anon id: 2e1df0a6
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It's incredibly difficult to find a match
#171 to #8 - anon id: 44aa60f9
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I'm thinks maybe it was a rare type?
User avatar #188 to #8 - gregy
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My neighbour got a donator after i think 5 - 7 years...5 days ago he went to switzerland to transplant... there is 50 % of success and 50% of him beeing paralysed for the rest of his life...he was a good guy and i just hope he will make it.
User avatar #225 to #8 - iggyblanco
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he was the only match in the national registry
#240 to #8 - anon id: 74a22051
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Actually finding a bone marrow match is extremelly difficult because each immune composition is unique, so if you are a "match" to someone it means you are close to the person but it can still kill the recipient. Thats why the donor tends to be a sibling more than parent, family member or stranger.
#82 to #8 - madome
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I've been waiting for over 8 years to get a bone marrow transplant.
If i find a match and he doesn't help me i'm ******.
rare HLA type FTL
User avatar #13 to #8 - tenthousandmarbles [OP] **User deleted account**
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From what i read he was a perfect match and the guy did not have much time left if he didnt get it soon.
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#53 - alucord
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What  if the reason he is doing this is because he is filled with self doubt about his ability to win and fears he will lose his self identity if he fails and he sees this as the better option to failure
What if the reason he is doing this is because he is filled with self doubt about his ability to win and fears he will lose his self identity if he fails and he sees this as the better option to failure
User avatar #137 to #53 - rieskimo
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He's still an awesome guy for giving up the chance either way, and he's twice as awesome because he's making the sacrifice of going through a lot of pain for a complete stranger to live.

Athletic career or not, he's a really good person for donating.
#104 - eddymolly
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I find it interesting how all the people below are saying "why the hell would you do that?"   
   
Maybe saving someones life was more important to him than sport, which he'll probably play in next year anyhow, if not for the fact he's clearly fit enough to do it, then for the publicity the event/team would get for that.   
   
Maybe thats it, maybe he's not just stupid?
I find it interesting how all the people below are saying "why the hell would you do that?"

Maybe saving someones life was more important to him than sport, which he'll probably play in next year anyhow, if not for the fact he's clearly fit enough to do it, then for the publicity the event/team would get for that.

Maybe thats it, maybe he's not just stupid?
User avatar #117 to #104 - giguelingueling
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see post #42 : " championship games get scouted out by the NFL teams.
he was probably a senior. there's no more season after the championship buddy. and i'm pretty sure he can't play college football for the rest of his life. that's probably what they were implying."

if he was aiming for pro, that was pretty much his last chance. Not a lot of people out there who would sacrifice his life dream for a complete stranger
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User avatar #124 to #117 - eddymolly
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He'll probably just get another year or something, or a pro team will give him a tryout for publicity. All i'm saying is, it will probably help him in the long run because of people wanting him for there publicity, he'll be ok, plus he saved someones life...
User avatar #121 to #117 - tenthousandmarbles [OP] **User deleted account**
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He played track. Holy **** the inhumanity some of you idiots are showing just ruins the ******* post.
User avatar #113 to #104 - tenthousandmarbles [OP] **User deleted account**
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Yeah i was going to link the article but it wouldn't allow me. After donating it says you cant lift heavy weight for 2-3 weeks, apparently his championship was over by then. The guy needed the marrow soon he had a rare form of leukemia.

www.today.com/health/i-never-had-second-thought-college-athlete-cuts-career-short-6C9670404
User avatar #115 to #113 - eddymolly
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Exactly. He'll be back into shape easily in a few months, then do it again next year, with massive publicity, so there was nothing wrong with doing it. In fact, it will probably help his career if anything
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User avatar #281 to #104 - themurrey
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there are 7 billion people in this world and he's the ONLY one who could donate bone marrow
User avatar #315 to #281 - eddymolly
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well they're not likely to fly someone from Australia for it are they? I'd imagine he was the only local donor
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Well, that's fake as hell. You can continue playing sports even after a bone marrow donation, you have just to rest a bit after it, and suspend the normal activities for 1-2 weeks before the donation.
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#42 to #9 - anon id: dfb8739b
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championship games get scouted out by the NFL teams.
he was probably a senior. there's no more season after the championship buddy. and i'm pretty sure he can't play college football for the rest of his life. that's probably what they were implying.
#44 to #9 - anon id: 014b005c
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he was in track and field or something and he cant lift more than 20 pounds over his head though. thats what cnn says
#123 to #9 - anon id: 33bca412
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But...what if the bone marrow donation was WITHIN 2 weeks of the championship? I mean is something like that even possible?
#330 to #9 - anon id: b399cda6
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I am currently enrolled at UNH and know of this story. This is completely 100% true. There is even an event next Monday at UNH which is essentially a "marrow drive" except its just where students are encouraged to go to get tested to see if they can be a suitable donor, which I'm going to as well.
User avatar #289 to #9 - srskate
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he is a shot putter. He has to throw very heavy objects with a lot of force. His muscles will recover, but not that much.
#125 to #9 - yogurtcup
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Be logical about this. obviously the person with leukemia was dying, and needed bone marrow asap. The competition definitely had to be very soon after the operation would have been. In turn, he would be too weak to compete. It didn't say he was left disabled or anything like that, man...
Be logical about this. obviously the person with leukemia was dying, and needed bone marrow asap. The competition definitely had to be very soon after the operation would have been. In turn, he would be too weak to compete. It didn't say he was left disabled or anything like that, man...
User avatar #21 to #9 - rtbellboy
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Apparently when it came up that he would have to give marrow, he had two meets left and in the time period of his recovery he would miss them. They were the last two meets of his entire career and one was the America East Championship. So yes he will be able to return to normal but not soon enough to compete again.
#39 - dragonpaint
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I am way too selfish to do something like that.
I am way too selfish to do something like that.
#41 to #39 - anon id: a5dbab67
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Don't be a pussy.

Do it, faggot. marrow. org/Join/JointheRegistry.aspx
#43 to #39 - anon id: dfb8739b
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i'm assuming the person who thumbed you down has donated bone marrow millions of times.
#66 to #39 - anon id: ea8d1775
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At least you're honest.
#317 to #39 - drewhamster
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I would normally be already to go for it, but have you seen the size of the ******* needle they use for getting your bone marrow? I mean seriously!? Yes I am a little bitch, but look at this ******!
User avatar #185 - bitchplzzz
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and then the person dies anyway
#209 to #185 - tuckthisphit
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User avatar #186 - theholytoast
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call me a heartless cunt, but thats just ******* stupid
User avatar #195 to #186 - wrocky
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i also agree on this one.
#218 to #186 - turtlelordd
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It doesn't mention this in the post, but he was also the only match in the country for the guy he donated to. If there were other options I'd agree with you somewhat...but he was the only one that could save this guy's life apparently.


www.nydailynews.com/life-style/health/college-track-star-sacrifices-career-lifesaving-bone-marrow-donation-article-1.1331389
User avatar #190 to #186 - deliciousjoecocker
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you heartless cunt
User avatar #295 - sidathe
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Why did he give up something he loves to someone who could clearly get it from someone else who didn't have this much to lose. I would say he's rather stupid than heroic.
#323 to #295 - meuk
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User avatar #329 to #323 - sidathe
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what if I told you thumbs are meaningless
User avatar #308 to #295 - guye
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I agree with you. I wouldn´t have done it.
#299 to #295 - therobsorensen
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It's hard as balls to find bone marrow matches.
User avatar #297 to #295 - Tyranitar
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Finding an appropriate bone marrow donor outside your own family is rare, and the person may not have lived long enough to find someone else.
User avatar #303 to #297 - sidathe
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ok
#187 - studbeefpile
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Maybe I'll continue living on this planet after all.
User avatar #244 to #187 - mythichyphen
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Except a bone marrow transplant is excruciatingly painful, even with medicines
User avatar #286 to #244 - alltimetens
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Pain>Dying
User avatar #294 to #286 - mythichyphen
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I never meant to imply it's not a good thing, it's just that this awesome guy is going to be hurt real bad. Makes me sad, but it's a good thing.