Ex Serviceman infects women with HIV

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We are an easily identifiable group, whether ex or still serving. Its the way the scum media highlight their stories.
 
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JonnoJonno said:
wolverine9314 said:
See link:

http://uk.news.yahoo.com/21/20090228/tuk-man-infected-women-with-hiv-6323e80.html

I don't know what outrages me more, the fact that Yahoo news deemed it necessary to include the fact he was an ex-serviceman, or the fact the women are blaming thier new "HIV" status solely on him... :x
Should we not be more outraged by the fact that we have no assurances that serving soldiers are not free from the disease?
Maybe I should add a poll? Who here has HIV? :D
 
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JonnoJonno said:
Should we not be more outraged by the fact that we have no assurances that serving soldiers are not free from the disease?
Does it matter, unless you plan 'do saaak de blaaad!'

How the hell do you type a dracula like accent? :(
 
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dingerr said:
We are an easily identifiable group, whether ex or still serving. Its the way the scum media highlight their stories.
Or the way scum soldiers provide them?
 
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jarrod248 said:
As a Nurse I treat everyone as if they are infected it's called universal precautions. If you fcuk around without using a condom then people deserve what they get.
What he said. Except for the nurse bit.
 
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brummieboy1 said:
jarrod248 said:
As a Nurse I treat everyone as if they are infected it's called universal precautions. If you fcuk around without using a condom then people deserve what they get.
What he said. Except for the nurse bit.
What you treat everyone as if they are infected? Must make trips to Tesco fun.
Only feed the kids on toast and pancakes?
 
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Steven said:
brummieboy1 said:
jarrod248 said:
As a Nurse I treat everyone as if they are infected it's called universal precautions. If you fcuk around without using a condom then people deserve what they get.
What he said. Except for the nurse bit.
What you treat everyone as if they are infected? Must make trips to Tesco fun.
Only feed the kids on toast and pancakes?
Ah, fcuked up there didn't I. Me yougest kid is 32 so he can feed himself.

What I meant to say (says he taking a step back) is I agree that they were stupid to have unprotected sex with someone they hardly knew. All the rest was nursy thingies. :D
 
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jarrod248 said:
Steven said:
brummieboy1 said:
jarrod248 said:
As a Nurse I treat everyone as if they are infected it's called universal precautions. If you fcuk around without using a condom then people deserve what they get.
What he said. Except for the nurse bit.
What you treat everyone as if they are infected? Must make trips to Tesco fun.
Only feed the kids on toast and pancakes?
I've never had sex in Tesco's and I've never injected or used drugs. I don't carry out any surgical procedures while i'm shopping and i've never had a tattoo.
I think i'll be safe enough in the aisles.
Although not syringe related...

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...pper-killed-Sainsburys-queue-jumping-row.html

Think again... :cry:
 
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jarrod248 said:
Steven said:
brummieboy1 said:
jarrod248 said:
As a Nurse I treat everyone as if they are infected it's called universal precautions. If you fcuk around without using a condom then people deserve what they get.
What he said. Except for the nurse bit.
What you treat everyone as if they are infected? Must make trips to Tesco fun.
Only feed the kids on toast and pancakes?
I've never had sex in Tesco's and I've never injected or used drugs. I don't carry out any surgical procedures while i'm shopping and i've never had a tattoo.
I think i'll be safe enough in the aisles.
What no action in the changing rooms? You must be slipping. :)

I have actually carried out a surgical procedure whilst shopping but only removing my wallet from my pocket which my missus says is harder than brain surgery and the way she spends my money it is more painful as well.
 

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