but in a city like Wyoming, (where ever that is) they get way more blood than they will ever need.
so there's these brokers that come in, that take that excess blood from that under served aria, markers the price of it up and then sells it to new york.
In-fact some small city's can make a sizable profit from doing that.
and some of the biggest blood brokers live in Florida.
Here is a radio story listen at about 44.14
Here"s a article and a book called the Red Market.
Here's what happened: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/world/middle-east/Last-minute-reprieve-Iranian-woman-spares-life-of-sons-killer-with-a-slap/articleshow/33877245.cms
And then, after a few minutes of talking about the previous project on this guy's resume I say that I'd like to do a couple of coding questions, and despite illustrious claims to have multiple years of development experience with various modern technologies, the rest of the interview turned out to be all like...
An engineer with heart of an entrepreneur. Analytical, quantitative, goal oriented, driven by positive attitude, passionate about forward looking technologies, intrigued by consumption economy model adoption in enterprise and able to create strategy, short/long term planning around a given vision.
Most passionate about making positive impact at scale. Interested in collaboration and solving hard business problems. I am game for a good challenge! Here to find and create opportunities. Feel free to drop me a line, if you are working on something interesting and need help.
Open minded about most anything with few conservative views. Personal interests include travel, food, health and technology.
I was always told that the dreamers are the ones that reach the stars ..... still dreaming!