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does my b/f have hiv/aids
      #99040 - 05/23/04 12:19 PM

i had a cut on my finger and he kissed wasn't was deep in my finger and it had liked scabbed over...can my b/f have hiv/aids from this????it wasn't bleeding...i am just worried...really worried

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      #99058 - 05/24/04 10:58 AM


I know you will be suprise to recieve this proposal from someone you have never seen before. In a nutshell I am Miss sarah Boko 24yrs old.The Daughter of Late Dr Boko Mohamed,who died alonge side with the former millitray leather of the federal republic of Cote D' Ivoire,general Guei,during the coup attemt by the rebells,which took the lifes of many people in September 2002.

Now I urgently need an assistance of a reputable and trustworthy Foreigner who will help me to retrieve this money deposited by my late father in a bank ,and subsequently stand on my behalf, as the next of kin. The money have been saved and deposited with a bank, He deposited the sum of 18.5M US dollars(Eighteen five million united state dollars.) I am here with the Deposite certificate and the death certificate of my late father ,all will be sent to you upon request as soon as i get you well, know body knows what i have and where i am.

It therefore became very necessary and urgent that somebody in your foreign position should render a helping hand to safe-guard this fund for me in safe until my arrival in your country.I am asuring you 100% rist free,and i have map out 15% of the total money for your kind assistance while 5% will be kept aside for any miscellaneous expenses incurred.

This is the reason why I decided to contact you. Please all communications(replies) you can reply me through this alternative email address ( for confidential purposes. Please your urgent responce will be highly appriciated.


Sarah Boko

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      #100729 - 07/03/04 09:38 AM

New York Post
March 19, 2004
THE public health experts - and their amen corner in the media - owe Helen Gurley Brown an apology.
The legendary Cosmopolitan editor was vilified in 1993 when she published a piece called "The Myth of Heterosexual AIDS." But she was right.
Eleven years later, Details is asking: "Whatever Happened to AIDS and Straight Men?" The article states, "A disease-free man who has unprotected sex with a drug-free woman stands a one in 5 million chance of contracting HIV."
The story by Kevin Gray also cites a joke that made the rounds of the New York City Department of Health as statistics came in showing that the predicted spread of AIDS to heterosexuals wasn't happening:
"What do you call a man who got HIV from his girlfriend? . . . A liar." "I feel somewhat vindicated," Brown told PAGE SIX.
Michael Fumento, who wrote the original 1990 book titled "The Myth of Heterosexual AIDS," said, "I'm not waiting for an apology. It's not going to happen."
When Basic Books published Fumento's tome, "Distributors refused to handle it," he says. "Stores refused to carry it. And at many stores that did have it, clerks left it in the basement."
Celia Farber, who wrote an AIDS column in Spin magazine, was routinely attacked because she refused to rehash the propaganda put out by AmFAR and other groups.
"Everybody who was wrong got journalism awards. Everybody who was right got all but driven from the profession," Farber said.
Farber exposed the conspiracy between profit-hungry drug companies, researchers who wanted more funding, homosexuals who didn't want the disease to be known as "the gay plague," and conservatives who wanted to turn back the sexual revolution. "They believed in what they were doing, not what they were saying," Fumento said. "They knew it was lies. They felt the end justified the means."
At a recent editorial meeting at Seed, the new science magazine, Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Laurie Garrett supposedly threatened to quit when a colleague suggested a story about Peter Duesberg, a leading retrovirologist.
Duesberg lost his funding, his laboratory, and his students when he announced in 1987 that HIV doesn't cause AIDS. "He lost everything," said one insider. Duesberg switched to cancer research, and is now touted to win a Nobel Prize.

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