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"Cyniquian" Level Poster
Username: Africanqueen

Post Number: 303
Registered: 02-2005

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Posted on Friday, November 04, 2005 - 02:49 pm:   

This is horrific, my goodness!

See, people in this country can live with AIDS for so long with no problem.. in a third world country, this man would have been dead already.

He just never realized his time to change. AIDS to me is a punishment for breaking hearts and having multiple partners. If a man's going to have that many gfs, they might as well marry 5 with no AIDS and then they don't have to worry about spreading anything.

But unfortunately, allot of people in this country look for heaven on earth when there is none. People need to be humble and hold on to one thing instead of looking for more. Like the Budhist religion says, "desiring is the disease to death. One must give up everything to be saved." And I'm not budhist, but very fortunate that I can learn and take out what's good for the human being in any religion.. I try to find what's morally accepted for a society where people are different.

Hopefully, this man will change in jail, and realize the bizarre mistake he's made. All those innocent women are now going to have this monster, AIDS and it's a shame.... God bless their soul. And thank God the children aren't sick.. You know, it's pretty interesting children can actually be prevented from getting AIDS in the mother's womb, and I don't know how the doctors do it, but the children deserve to be saved from something they were not responsible for.

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