Hi everyone, sorry I’ve not been writing for the last few days but I’m in Indiana watching my son’s soccer team play the last two games before the play off’s. So far one down and one to go. The game was scoreless to overtime and then in the first 45sec., of the first overtime they scored on a corner kick that went directly into the goal. This year their 12/1. My son’s head woman’s soccer coach of Taylor University, a Christian school in Upland Indiana. So now only one to go till the playoffs that will determine who goes to the nationals. OK, I’m done bragging.
There’s been a lot going on in the world of deviant sex lately and it’s not go. And no, I have no first hand knowledge. I’m like the candidates and the president. I didn’t know it till I read it in the papers. We all know that for some the more depraved the act is, the more it titillates. And that explains the next two stories.
- Experts have warned about a new craze in which men are secretly seeking and spreading HIV. The reckless practice, known as bug chasing, started in the US as a bizarre means of getting a sexual high from risk-taking.
Now, according to one man whose willingly caught the virus, hundreds of men in the UK are introducing themselves on online forums, Facebook groups and Twitter. Many then meet up and try to transmit the potentially life-threatening virus, which attacks the immune system weakening the body’s ability to fight disease.
This can result in full-blown AIDS. a lethal and horrific disease. However,
Some bug-chasers actually claim the virus gives them a better quality of life because of the medication they subsequently have to take.
…and that others have to pay for, either through higher insurance rates or higher taxes.
Nick, 30, said” “I feel fit as a fiddle. I feel full of energy and healthier as a result of being on my medication. I get my liver function tests every three months, my cholesterol tested regularly and I get loads of general health checks so if there are any underlying conditions I know straight away. Even better, I get it all on the NHS.”
Isn’t socialized medicine marvelous? Meanwhile, normal people drink the water out of flower vases so as not to die of thirst in understaffed British hospitals. (True story)
According to Nick he’s had unprotected sex with over 1,000 men before acquiring the virus, and 20 men since. I thought the whole idea behind gay sex was they only wanted a chance to marry like other people. Who has sex with a thousand people that isn’t named Clinton?
“I have faced a lot of vitriol on my blog,” Nick said. “But I just think that as it’s between two consenting adults, it’s no one else’s business.”
The people who have to pay for it aren’t consenting. In fact his treatment comes out to be on average $12,228 per year. That’s other peoples money. I say let him die.
2. The federal government’s most brilliant minds are stumped. They can’t understand why the following is happening.
Infections from three sexually spread diseases have hit another record high. Chlamydia was the most common. More that 1.5 million cases were reported in the U.S. last year, up 6% from the year before.
Nearly 400,000 gonorrhea cases were reported, up 13 percent. And there were about 24,000 cases of the most contagious forms of syphillis, up 19%. Officials at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say part of the growth may be due to better testing and diagnosis, but much of it’s a real increase. They’re not sure why. (I am)
Could it be because this same government and liberal media is bending over backward to promote sexual degeneracy in general and homosexuality in particular. In case that doesn’t clear things up, here’s another clue: