|need ur stamp on wohoo
Feb 24, 2006
dr frascino i know u r wonderful and have a magic stick.i got tested with your great smile.now i cant wohoo with out ur stamp.i had sex with a girl whose hiv status was unknown.i was scared to get tested.i visited ur site atleast 10 tims a day and i saw everyones wohoo.i decided to get tested.i tested at 4 weeks which was neg at 11 weeks i tested neg for hiv hep b,c and herpes.and again i tested at 15 weeks for hiv which was neg.what u think?can i wohoo and stop worrying or do i need test again at 6 months.plz reply me.200 will be donated gladly to ur foundation.can i make a donation with cr card or check.plz waiting for ur stamp.
Response from Dr. Frascino
I have a "magic stick"???? Gosh, I've heard it called lots of things before, but never that. Thanks!
Regarding your WOO-HOO-ability, yes, please consider yourself officially stamped. Your results are definitive and conclusive. WOO-HOO and congrats!
Thanks for your generous donation. Yes, credit card donations are gratefully accepted. Just visit the Foundation's Web site at www.concertedeffort.org and click on the "donate" tab. Alternatively, we also accept checks (and just about anything else!). The Foundation's new address is:
The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation 1000 Fremont Ave., Suite 145 Los Altos, CA 94024
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