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Q: A sad story

I remember reading about this kid back in 2011. He sold his kidney on the black market to buy an iphone and ipad and now his decision has caught up with him.

 

I wonder if his gadgets still work or if he's embarrassed to pull them out in public because they're not the latest model.

 

 

 

 

 

 

https://themindunleashed.com/2019/01/teen-sold-kidney-iphone.html?fbclid...

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Yeah, I remember that too.  I kinda figured it would turn-out like this.  Well, hope his other kidney helped someone at least...

 

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Yeah, I remember that too.  I kinda figured it would turn-out like this.  Well, hope his other kidney helped someone at least...

 

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Thousands of impoverished young people go missing in China each year. I'm firmly convinced that the rich cockroaches are paying for organs by any means possible (i.e. lying, kidnapping, murder).  Life is cheap in China, and has been since 1949.

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