Are you worried how will you feed your children in November because food stamps are about to be cut off across the country?
Well fear no more! You can now cash in by selling your body parts!.
In all but two quarters since the beginning of 2011, “hair,” “eggs,” or “kidney” have been among the top four autofill results for the Google search query, “I want to sell my...,” according to Nicholas Colas, chief market strategist at New York-based ConvergEx Group, which provides brokerage and trading-related services for institutional investors.Thousands of Americans have cashed in on this lucrative side-business by selling unused parts of their anatomy. You can to!
Of course you should do some research and find out the going prices.
I know what you are thinking: There must be a catch.
Oh, sure. There are "laws" that "regulate" this sort of thing. But when has that ever stopped big money from getting what it wants?
That's one reason Goodwin says selling organs has been illegal since 1984. She's written about the huge black market this has spawned.Gawd gave you a spare kidney, right? Some rich c*cksucker is willing to pay big dollars for it. Why not sell your spare to him?
"I find it absolutely ironic that we have such a successful system that involves money exchanges in that domain where it's so intimate, the creating of human life, but we don't allow that same kind of process to take place for human organs," says Goodwin.
She believes the U.S. should reconsider old laws to potentially allow the sale of organs like kidneys, which people only need one of to survive. It would remove thousands from painful and expensive dialysis while also saving lives.
It's not like you'll need that kidney to filter food byproducts from your bloodstream because without food stamps you won't be eating anyway.
Of course you will lose your minimum wage job while you recover from having your kidney removed. And you won't be able to afford a doctor if you get an infection.
So I guess there is a catch after all.
Hurry and sell your body parts today!