Category: protection

HGV

Glitter reminds me of HIV, it gets a lot of attention and that it too is a dead particle of matter, and it can spread and get stuck to things and can kill in large enough quantities.

The Human Glitter Virus is known to spread worldwide which is why scientists propose a ban on glitter and encouraging glitter manufacturers to wear condoms when transmitting glitter as viruses attach themselves to these fancy adornments.

So to solve this problem of HGI – Human Glitter Infection – I propose the same methods of dealing with HGV as is done with HIV.

I would expect to see glitter scientists calling for glitter testing. Humans found with a positive glitter result should, in order to get rid of the glitter, be given chemical explosives to blow it up like what is done with HIV.

The Earth and inhabitants need to get routinely tested for human glitter.

The Earth is being infected with G so much that scientists say it should be banned as it’s a carrier of HGV.

End HGV/HGI.

Feature image reference from Google News health section dated November 29, 2017 and the article written here is a joke as are most things written elsewhere on HIV, the Human Information Virus


Gender reclusive

The subway system authority of New York City called the Metropolitan Transit Authority – which should be acronymized for ease of speech as SSA/MTA/NYC – is replacing “ladies and gentlemen” announcements on it’s PA (Prince Albert or public addressers not sure which) with so called “gender neutral” statements.

I guess genders are offensive.

“The Metropolitan Transportation Authority wants to nix the phrase “ladies and gentlemen” in New York City subway and bus announcements and replace it with gender-inclusive language.”[1]

This is the stupidest thing I have ever heard.

There are two genders, female, male, how does one include any others by using different terms?

There are not any other genders in the entire world, well maybe one, those who are both male and female, which is one. In that case that rider can be referred to as either appropriately. Even if that rider prefers to be referred to as one of the genders, saying “ladies and gentlemen” is appropriate.

For those who HNG (Have No Gender) let them pick one. Let us be democratic instead of neurotic and go with the majority of how biology works.

So the terms the MTA will “appropriately” use instead are: “passengers”, “riders”, and “everyone”.[1]

Passenger viruses ride on subways.

I am not like everyone. I do not want to be associated with those neutered terms.

I do not consider myself a “passenger” or an “everyone”.

I am offended by neutral language.

Feature image of the initial construction of the London subway system where they would have laughed at such changes in how we refer to ladies and gentlemen is in the public domain is by Percy William Justyne living from 1812 to 1883, and was published February 2 1861.

references: [1] Pix11.com


Wear protection

The Times Square madman driver incident reminds me of HIV, it’s hard to get anyone to look at it closely because I mean like it’s obvious, it’s been reported on TV news and everything on TV news is real, like HIV.

When we dissect (remember doing that in science class or did you pass out) it though we start finding too many oddities, things that don’t add up.

For example, a fat dude is hit, loses a shoe where it’s no where in sight, then we see him wearing it. Oh wait, he lost both shoes, then we see him wearing both again. Now what are the odds?

Ok, maybe some bystander was video taping the event and saw where it or both landed.

But how do we explain the stunt man safety vest he is obviously wearing? Take a look at his t-shirt. There is a definite outline of a protective vest used by stuntmen.

They do say where protection now don’t they.

I’m gay that he was able to retrieve both shoes.

Feature image from Ananconda Malt Liquor critique video