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Posted 6/6/15
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I think it's pretty cool. Sure, it seems weird and disgusting.. but there is no way of contracting the HIV now that it's exposed.
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The real question is where they got HIV infected blood from. Pretty sure people with HIV need that blood, due to their lack of white blood cells.
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das nasty

keep ur blood to yourself man
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If the blood is genuinely infected then it could do.
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If the blood is genuinely infected then it could do.


Not after being pastuerised. nor very likely after being diluted with the actual ink. Any fear of infection is just that, Fear... which I gather, was the point.

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I don't really know what the point was. But if there's even the slightest chance of infection, then it shouldn't be done. Proving a point (whatever the point is) is not worth innocent peoples lives.
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eclair-lumiere wrote:



I don't really know what the point was. But if there's even the slightest chance of infection, then it shouldn't be done. Proving a point (whatever the point is) is not worth innocent peoples lives.


You do know what pasteurisation does yes?


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Ideally, through heating it is meant to kill off any bad bacteria. But this is HIV-positive blood we're talking about. Not some common microbes everyone gets on their kitchen worktops every now and then.

(btw, probably not allowed to have an opinion anyway. Free member, here)
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eclair-lumiere wrote:



Ideally, through heating it is meant to kill off any bad bacteria. But this is HIV-positive blood we're talking about. Not some common microbes everyone gets on their kitchen worktops every now and then.

(btw, probably not allowed to have an opinion anyway. Free member, here)


At any rate I highly doubt that there was any risk what so ever and wouldn't hesitate to touch the magazine over the issue. Seriously, it's a non-threat.

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Certainly sounds like a threat to me. I wouldn't touch it.
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I'm with the side that views it as brilliant. Not only does it increase awareness of the issue, it also forces a person to confront their views, fears, and knowledge, or lack of it, in regards to the virus and those who live with it.
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WHAT THE FUCK
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Sogno- wrote:

das nasty

keep ur blood to yourself man


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lorreen wrote:

I think it's fascinating, and artistic, and no more foolish or distasteful than any other "publicity stunts" used to raise awareness or provoke thought about any number of things.


Yes but isn't a bit much ? I think is safe to use but how safe is to use that magazine ? If somebody fuck it.... Somewhere a long the line, during the production. This going to turn into real fast tragedy.


This my reaction.


The guys running away represent my feeling right now about the magazine. Creative yes but how safe is to touched it ?
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