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The True but Little Known Facts about Women and Aids, with documentation

by Dr. Juatta Lyon Fueul

Department of Public Health and Social Ministries


THE FACTS:

  1. The Atlantic Center for Disease Control recently confirmed that no woman who has remained vehicularly exculpatient until the age of at least 53 has ever contracted AIDS.

     

  2. New evidence from John Hopkins: Married women can reduce their risk from AIDS by 73.8% if they do not share their toothbrushes with their husbands.

     

  3. According to a new Belgian study, spread of AIDS in Europe may be linked to sharing elevators with politically correct ambulance drivers.

     

  4. A recent study in Pittsburgh proves that women who eat hot oatmeal twice a day are significantly less likely to contract AIDS than women who eat breakfast with unprotected spoons.

     

  5. Women can not contract the HIV virus over the Internet.


THE DOCUMENTATION (works sited):

  1. Atlantic Center of Disease Control. (March 1995). Blameless driving records and satisfactory performance: a correlation in female hospital aides? ACDC Special report.

     

  2. Hopkins, John.(1997) What my wife, the dental hygienist, tells me about AIDS. Outback Weekly Companion p. 2.

     

  3. Magee, Fybb R. (September1995) AIDS in la femmes und der mensch; faire un canular. Medical Journal de Belgii Academe von Munchausen, vol. 91. p. 453-501

     

  4. Duper, H. & Idjet, S.(1993) Neurologic outcome in women at risk of autoimmune disorders; outcome assessment and technical considerations for oatmeal treatment and therapy. Pittsburg Health Chronicle, p. 14.

     

  5. Donat-Bealeeve, A. Ward. (8 September 1999) AIDS constructs and computer viruses. The Very PC Weekly Monitor, p. 155-6.



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A SPECIAL NOTE: This page was created in connection with a project concerning critical thinking about things you find on the World Wide Web. Just in case you haven't figured it out yet, the so-called facts on this page are bogus. Well, it is probably probably true that women can't contract the HIV virus over the Internet, but you had better think about it.

A SPECIAL NOTE TO THOSE OF YOU WHO MIGHT BE OFFENDED BY THE HUMOR FOUND ON THIS PAGE: The "facts" on this page are intended to be outrageous and obviously bogus, because I don't want someone stumbling onto the site to mistake them for true facts. Whether or not using humor about death and disease is insensitive or shows poor judgment is debatable. But if this page generates a debate, I think that is good. My special apologies, however, to politically correct ambulance drivers.

A SPECIAL NOTE TO THOSE OF YOU INTERESTED IN REAL WEB PAGES ABOUT AIDS: Check out another page I maintain: ICYouSee: A is for AIDS.

PAGE CREATED AND MAINTAINED BY: John R. Henderson, Ithaca College Library

FIRST CREATED: April 1, 1996
LAST MODIFIED: April 1, 1999