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A Toutle-area family

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 I thought the kid was goanna have a bleeding disorder or something. I don't believe hiv/aids is shared though drug use as often as they believe. Anyways.....so the store is to blame...

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she says 'She bought the sweatshirt in late November and said it

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I thought the kid was goanna have a bleeding disorder or something. I don't believe hiv/aids is shared though drug use as often as they believe. Anyways.....so the store is to blame...


0.3% chance, it's written in the article. You consider that often ?

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0.3% chance, it's written in the article. You consider that often ?

 

 

When I said 'they' I meant not me, as in the parents. I can see how that could be misinterpreted.

I was saying the parents are paranoid and scaring the kid for a slight chance of something.

They could of handled this much better. I could see how this would ruin a kids social life in todays public schools.

"discretion is the better part of valor"

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she says 'She bought the sweatshirt in late November and said it

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Walmart needs to get their crap together.

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When I said 'they' I meant not me, as in the parents. I can see how that could be misinterpreted.
I was saying the parents are paranoid and scaring the kid for a slight chance of something.
They could of handled this much better. I could see how this would ruin a kids social life in todays public schools.
"discretion is the better part of valor"


That's why they're not using their names.

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And yet, late November to 25 December can easily fall in under 36 days, can it not?  If she bought it after Thanksgiving, which is very likely, it falls under your 36 day claim.

 

Looks like it is well within the realm possible at room temperatures:

 

At intermediate temperatures, the amount of blood in the syringe affected the duration of viability. At 22C (71.6F), viable HIV-1 was recovered from some syringes with approximately 2 and 20

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Wal-Mart really does have everything. :wacko:

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If HIV dies in the air, and a needle was used so long ago that anything on it dried out, how would HIV survive on the needle for more then a few days? I know most needle transmissions are use then reuse right after

 

edit: didn't read the comments above

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Sounds like someone put them their on purpose with intent to infect someone

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Last Christmas I gave you my HIV

And the very next day you gave it away

 

*cough*

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That's why they're not using their names.

 

 

But still, The parents talking to the news about this and all the commotion is probably scaring the kid sh*tless.

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HIV - The gift that keeps on giving.

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