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Since both my kidneys are busy filtering beer, I'll have to pass on that rather steep "entry fee".



Rat on Larry.
 

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It is getting so kidney transplants are pretty routine and the recovery time is very quick. A good friend of mine donated a kidney to his brother. He rejoined our foursome on the golf course in a few weeks. We always walk a very hilly course so when he asked if we minded that he take a cart we gave him a bunch of crap for being a weenie. I'm not sure but I think Baja on a bike might be a bit harder on the kidneys than golf. What a great demonstration of the viability of making a life saving donation.
 

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Isn't beer good for the kidney they have a slogan "Beer it makes my wife look good" the great Al Bundy or maybe it's "Beer it does my body good" he said something like that
 

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I applaud anyone who can compete in the Baja 500, or any of the long distance off road ralleys. I'm beat up by a casual day riding my dirtbike, I just cannot imagine what I would feel like after a 500 mile full tilt run.

More power to him, and nice move on the kidney donation.

I personally am a organ doner, and I have nightmarers about the monty python meaning of life scene.

We're here for your liver

I'm still using it.
 

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They wouldn't want my liver, except to broil and serve with onions.



"I'll have the biker liver with the Steel Reserve sauce".



To go, of course.
 
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