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Skepsikyma
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4/24/2014 9:56:18 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
Things like this make me think that Portlandia is more of a documentary than a comedy show.

And just as an aside, to any other viewers: it is impossible to have a syringe full of AIDS. AIDS is a condition, the virus is called HIV. A pet peeve of mine.
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That questions the distempered part;
Beneath the bleeding hands we feel
The sharp compassion of the healer's art"
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Ore_Ele
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4/24/2014 10:07:43 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 4/24/2014 9:56:18 PM, Skepsikyma wrote:
Things like this make me think that Portlandia is more of a documentary than a comedy show.

And just as an aside, to any other viewers: it is impossible to have a syringe full of AIDS. AIDS is a condition, the virus is called HIV. A pet peeve of mine.

I might be making a hasty generalization, but anyone that would attack someone with a syringe if HIV probably isn't the brightest blub in a single pack.
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Skepsikyma
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4/25/2014 10:20:58 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 4/24/2014 10:07:43 PM, Ore_Ele wrote:
At 4/24/2014 9:56:18 PM, Skepsikyma wrote:
Things like this make me think that Portlandia is more of a documentary than a comedy show.

And just as an aside, to any other viewers: it is impossible to have a syringe full of AIDS. AIDS is a condition, the virus is called HIV. A pet peeve of mine.

I might be making a hasty generalization, but anyone that would attack someone with a syringe if HIV probably isn't the brightest blub in a single pack.

Probably, lol. Though PEP is pretty effective, I'd still feel pretty uneasy about the syringe. But not nearly as uneasy as I would at gunpoint.
"The wounded surgeon plies the steel
That questions the distempered part;
Beneath the bleeding hands we feel
The sharp compassion of the healer's art"
- T. S. Eliot -