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TODAY’s Willie Geist, Natalie Morales, Al Roker and Tamron Hall discuss the topics of the day in The Take, including the story of a New Jersey man who is preparing to donate his kidney, thanks to an ad that was posted in the wrong section of Craigslist. Contractor Glenn Calderbank, who lost his own wife to kidney failure four years ago, was searching Craigslist for construction materials when he came across the ad looking for a kidney donation for a woman suffering from autoimmune disease. The surgery is set for Dec. 1.