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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Detectorist, Sep 6, 2013.
I call BS.
There's no way his chubby *** scored with 300 people even if he could afford to pay them.
Post deleted. I'd better sit this one out.
Even if it's just one, it's attempted murder and/or reckless endangerment.
Get a rope.
Agreed. The article stated it was a felony if he had sex with someone and didn't divulge his disease. It could be life if he did it an they got infected
Maybe if his name was Magnum and not Mangum. David Magnum sounds like a good porn name.
Not going to even try... In before the lock - this will devolve fast.
What lifestyle? Did they mention one in the article? I just assumed it was random women he was meeting anonymously in parks and online.
You couldn't mean a particular sexual orientation, could you? That can't be true. They are too busy getting married and adopting kids.
It is true. I saw it on the news (and the internet, movies, magazines, talk shows...)
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I don't notice anything.
What a bu**head....
Get two ropes!
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You seem to be implying that such behavior is somehow representative of homosexuals as a whole.
There's a reason I like to stay indoors and keep a low profile.
I guess if his victims were willing males then Lampshade's comment lends some debate to the issue. Still should have his testicles removed before his prison time, no matter who his victims are.
I was trying for a sarcastic commentary on the gay lifestyle based on unrealistic media and pop culture representations, and the fact that in that entire article, there is only ONE reference that would lead the reader to believe that this man was engaging in unsafe sex with other men (the reference to his former partner as "him").
Our betters in the media and Hollywood have decided that our society must celebrate the gay lifestyle, not accept it or treat gays with equality, but celebrate it and raise it up. I have a problem with that.
I sympathize with homosexuals, and believe that it is something that is hardwired into them from birth. If one of my children was gay, I would still love them, and support them. I wouldn't be happy about it, or celebrate it, though. I would actually be afraid for them. There are some very destructive (and self destructive) behaviors in the gay lifestyle (drugs, violence, and disease being at the top). Unfortunately, based on what I hear from some of my younger (early 20s) co-workers, the propaganda machine has glossed right over that part of the culture.
There are very destructive behaviors in non-gay lifestyle as well.
1) An HIV-infected member is as much a lethal weapon as a knife or pistol. Knowingly inserting it into someone, without informing them or using a condom, is criminal. Some room for debate as to whether it constitutes attempted murder, assault with a deadly weapon, or reckless endangerment of human life, but it is clearly felonious.
2) Equating all gays with this homicidal maniac makes as much sense as equating all AR-15 owners with the Newtown shooter.
3) deleted - inappropriate and personal.
4) Hyper-promiscuous HIV-patients, drug addicts, chronic abortion recipients, etc, are Darwinially self-correcting problems, and necessitate no intervention, for the most part. This guy is an exception. He knowingly endangers others, without their knowledge or consent, and needs to be put down like a rabid dog in a schoolyard.
Of course there are. But if you are telling me that those risks are not magnified in the gay community, then you are wrong. For instance, the guy in this story was able to expose 300 men to HIV by having anonymous sexual encounters in parks.
In rural Missouri.
This would be shocking in Manhattan, or Philadelphia. But it happened in Dexter, Missouri. Because it is still a lifestyle that many people do not accept, it is kept in the shadows. (I'll bet a large number of those exposed men subsequently exposed their wives or girlfriends, or boyfriends for that matter- so the number is probably a lot higher than 300).
There was a story (actually a series) in the newspaper back in the late 80's in Philadelphia about the promiscuity and anonymous sex that occurred 24/7 in the bathhouses in Center City. It was very graphic. It is one of the reasons AIDS spread so quickly back then.
As I posted before, my point was to criticize the embargo on even mentioning the sex of the "partners" who were exposed in the story, and the overall "puppies and rainbows" pop cultural portrayal of gays today. Like most other left wing propaganda, you aren't getting the whole story.