Wednesday, December 01, 2004
Blacks, who represent about 13 percent of the U.S. population, made up 51 percent of all diagnoses from 2000 to 2003.I don't think we need to say more. This isn't the Tuskegee experiments. This is our community doing it to themselves.
--->> I have to admit I there are many many factors that have increased AIDS in the world. And there are people I hold responsible for it. To be honest I didn't want to discuss it at that level of detail.
But at the end of the day, we can protect ourselves and stop the spread in our community.
--> to touch on my thought, I will post a link to a country that has fought AIDS successfully.
Cuba doesn't have an AIDS problem because they acted.
In the past they were condemned by the world community. Science for how to deal with infectious diseases doesn't change.
Long time; no see. It's been over 16 years actually. Never thought you would be a Bush man, but stranger things have happened. We met at MIT. I was there for the summer. You were there to teach physics. We lost track of time one night eating M&M's and Snicker bars from a large drawer and discussing the "Fountainhead." I thought that you would like to know that I finally read "Atlas Shrugged."
If any of this sounds vaguely familiar (young, sexy co-ed, conversations on capitalism, chocolate, etc.) post back and we'll connect.
Would love to catch up...
By the way, I beg to differ regarding the AIDS pandemic. We couldn't do this much damage to ourselves if we tried my friend... we had some help. And we weren't the only ones. If you disagree, check your premises.
Your humble student
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