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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-10983227

Imagine that.......... shocking!!

Hardly as you can live for a very long time with HIV/AIDs but you get an incredible (read expensive) cocktail of drugs that can keep you alive till your 60s.

A nightmare is what I nearly had in Siberia and what happens to quite a number of bikers, in that they crash but fall into some bushes very close to the road. Often being pinned under the bike. They can hear traffic going past but the bushes close around them and they end up starved to death.

Happens to quite a lot of riders actually, nearly happened to me in Siberia outside Kansk the road was uber polished and nearly lost grip and went into the bushes where it'd have snapped me leg....

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Hardly as you can live for a very long time with HIV/AIDs but you get an incredible (read expensive) cocktail of drugs that can keep you alive till your 60s.

A nightmare is what I nearly had in Siberia and what happens to quite a number of bikers, in that they crash but fall into some bushes very close to the road. Often being pinned under the bike. They can hear traffic going past but the bushes close around them and they end up starved to death.

Happens to quite a lot of riders actually, nearly happened to me in Siberia outside Kansk the road was uber polished and nearly lost grip and went into the bushes where it'd have snapped me leg....

That's awful - all those organs going to waste..

(The role of motorbikes is to provide a supply of donor organs, right?)

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That's awful - all those organs going to waste..

(The role of motorbikes is to provide a supply of donor organs, right?)

Sure.

Heh recently cops have started to stop bikers and lecture them on safety gear...

Quite comically my friend stopped and listened to them while at the same time got undressed, he took everything off except for his underpants helmet and boots and rode off in defiance of the cops.

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This a wonderful example of the liberal mindset. Liberalism is a mental disorder: The results of her actions are not important. Her intentions are the only things that matter. It is a justification for doing anything you like. All personal responsibility is removed.

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She is the German equiv of Alisha Dixon (that's hot)

Its similar to Cheryl Cole going to africa to promote malaria awareness and forgetting to take her malaria tablets (I guess it didn't fit in with her life). Oh it could never happen to me, I'm just too important...

To be fair she may have been told by a manager not to announce she had HIV as it might damage her reputation as a pop star, which makes it difficult to tell anyone..

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This a wonderful example of the liberal mindset. Liberalism is a mental disorder: The results of her actions are not important. Her intentions are the only things that matter. It is a justification for doing anything you like. All personal responsibility is removed.

I'm a liberal.

Basis of liberalism is the harm principle, she definitely caused her lovers harm, throw the book at her.

Don't confuse the current post-modernist, create your own reality ******** as liberalism, it isn't...

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To be fair she may have been told by a manager not to announce she had HIV as it might damage her reputation as a pop star, which makes it difficult to tell anyone..

That doesn't prevent her from telling her partner and using a condom.

The really shocking aspect to this is the BBC's coverage. Quote from the article:

Aids campaigners have been critical of the authorities' handling of Ms Benaissa's case, and warned against a rush to criminalise the transmission of HIV, the BBC's Tristana Moore reports from Berlin.

Edwin Bernard, a writer and advocate specialising in HIV prosecutions, believes that prosecutions and laws on HIV transmission may do more harm than good in terms of reducing the spread of infections.

He told BBC World Service that studies in the US had found that they have had no real impact on new infections.

When the 24 US states which have disclosure laws were compared with those that do not, there was no impact on the rate of transmission or the level of unprotected sex people engage in, he said.

"By singling out HIV, it really promotes fear and stigma," Mr Bernard added.

"Many of these cases, and in particular the media reporting of these cases, perpetuate an awful lot of myths about how HIV is transmitted, as well as things like the life expectancy, which is pretty close to normal now in the developed world."

The campaigner noted that prosecutions were relatively rare compared with the number of HIV transmissions that happen each year.

He estimated that there had been at least 600 prosecutions in more than 40 countries with prison sentences handed down in most cases, ranging from a few months to life.

Very few people, he said, had been prosecuted for intentionally transmitting HIV sexually.

Note the complete absence of any counterargument or quote from anyone advocating prosecution under these circumstances. Typical BBC liberal leftie bullsh!t. And if singling out HIV promotes fear and stigma, the answer to that is simple: adopt a zero tolerance approach to the reckless or intentional transmission of any venereal disease.

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The evil cow looks happy with herself.

I saw a female connected to the case trying to blame the men that she slept with as they should have used a jonny :blink: It's the womans fault for willingly putting other people at risk! People like this need to be banged up for a very long time!

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What about those ******* who turn up to work half-dead and give everyone a virus because they want to impress the boss? Can we sue them?

Thats a good point. During the pig flu phase I had similar symptoms and still went to work. Many others did too.

There was a very small chance I had something that I could have passed onto someone else that could have killed them. Hugely unlikely but I didn't give it a thought. Different from physically having sex with someone when you know you have a certain thing though. Not hugely different though.

The evil cow looks happy with herself.

I saw a female connected to the case trying to blame the men that she slept with as they should have used a jonny :blink: It's the womans fault for willingly putting other people at risk! People like this need to be banged up for a very long time!

Yep I would generally agree. However I don't think it is quite so black and white. There was a tiny chance she would pass it on. I reckon many people do similar, if not quite so bad, every day.

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