Aug 28, 2004
YOU might not have seen any problems with this in the past (one reinfecting himself with his own virus) but that does not mean it is "not a problem."
Don't be a fool - stop telling people that you know more than you actually do.
Response from Dr. Frascino
So if I have only five dollars in my wallet and I give it to myself, I'll then have . . . 10 dollars?????
The questioner wanted to know if ingestion of his own spunk would re-infect him with his own virus. The answer to that question is definitively no.
Obviously, common sense is not one of your more refined assets, now is it? I assume you'll be attending the Republican National Convention in NYC this week right? I'm sure you'll find many other home-schooled intellectual midgets there to play with.
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