AIDS for Amateurs : Human Choices, Immune Responses, Social Burdens

AIDS for Amateurs : Human Choices, Immune Responses, Social Burdens

Description

AIDS ignores political boundaries, crosses porous borders of poor human choice, pays no customs duties, travels with neither passport nor visa, drives the world's highways, sails the planet's seas, flies through earth's airspace, breaks hearts, breaks down immunity, covers truth, spreads myths, promotes ignorance, wrecks homes, grieves children, fathers orphans, leaves widows, chops trees for coffins, exploits poor choices, gnaws away at health, robs the rich, impoverishes the poor, destroys CD4+ counts, baffles scientists, challenges budgets, reduces profits, encourages absenteeism, promotes burials, worships immorality, upholds double standards, exploits women, exploits men, exploits children, flourishes in an apathetic NIMBY (not in my backyard) environment, avoids unified NIOBY (not in our backyard) efforts, evades classical immunity, avoids slumber, takes no vacations, torments the adults in Cape Town and Mumbai, confuses the children in orphanages and on streets, dries no tears, sheds no tears, distributes no handkerchiefs, makes no mortgage payments, slays mortgage payers, robs down payments, kills down payers, evicts tenants, plays Trojan horse, shares freely, terminates employment, drives up insurance rates, drives down population growth, loves drug users, mixes well with alcohol, encourages fear, squelches hope, creates morbid personal histories, changes the history of nations, tortures the present, and ambushes the future.

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Details

Author(s)
Donald Gene Pace, Omar Bagasra
Format
Paperback | 172 pages
Dimensions
152.4 x 228.6 x 9.91mm | 317.51g
Publication date
14 Jun 2013
Publisher
AUTHORHOUSE
Publication City/Country
Bloomington, United States
Language
English
Illustrations note
black & white illustrations
ISBN10
1481761242
ISBN13
9781481761246