I was searching for an image of “2 cents” and came across this article by a guy who claims he is “HIV positive” and feel sorry for him, not because “he has the virus” because I know that viruses are dead things not capable of waging war on cells, but because he doesn’t know what I know.
It’s like so much of the population’s mind is stuck with this “it’s like this and only like this” mentality about viruses, basically because that’s all they have ever seen on TV or heard from their doctors and friends and it makes me sad to see the world like this.
It’s like how in searching for that image to represent “my two cents” which is a series of words that represent an idea “my thoughts” or “my opinion” which we can acronymize like this “MTC” one would have an image of both opinions and 2 US cents.
Yet I can go tell people that what they’ve been told about HIV is not exactly accurate, in fact pretty much false, and I can also tell them that their image in their minds of what 2 cents would look like as compared to mine in what I am representing here would also be wrong, and they would argue with me until they are angry and disgusted with my argument and walk away, knowing that they are right and there is only one way of looking at what 2 cents or “HIV” looks like.
That is why I featured this article with an image of 2 cents which is not in two coins, it’s one.
To prove that things are not always as they appear in ones’ minds.
So here’s my 4 cents showing that I know 2 times as much as most people on these subjects.
To make it perfectly clear I have included 2 images of one 2 cent piece, yet one may have to ask “Does this mean he/she is presenting 4 cents or does it just mean he/she is/am representing 2 cents 2 times or is this a representation of merely the same 2 cents being expressed in opinions?”
images of 2 cent piece minted by United States government in 1865, first is the reverse side, second is the reverse side
This image and that image depicts a unit of currency issued by the United States of America. It is solely a work of the United States government, is ineligible for US copyright, and is therefore in the public domain in the United States.