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  1. #1392

    General Announcement

    I want to give a special shout out to all the pimps out there doing the game right. Not robbing and setting hobbyists up. We see you sometimes talking to your girl before we get in there. Kudos. Thats all!

  2. #1391

    Lol

    Quote Originally Posted by Madcat1795  [View Original Post]
    Just general reminder to be extra careful until Election Day. There is always someone running for office that wants the free "tough on crime" type publicity that comes with a sting / bust. Stay safe out there.
    It's funny that people think like this "careful until election day" like that matters LOL. Why do people think who ever in office has anything to do with what people do. Are you going to change your life style if someone else is in office? I think not, you still going to do your everyday things. So thinking a election will change the outcome got you drinking the kool-aid LOL.

    Politics has nothing to do with crime (criminals don't care about the law or who on office they still going to rob kill whatever) don't have nothing to do with disease either. The faster people just realize that you are in control of you the better things will be instead of falling in the red blue, pick a side trap and if you can't figure that out then we all in trouble anyway.

    Live your life do your homework think for yourself and don't wait on someone else to fix a problem you can help fix on your own.

  3. #1390
    Quote Originally Posted by BoboThe55  [View Original Post]
    It's been this way for some time. They will not report anything that sheds a bad light on the gay lifestyle. It's the gay, bisexuality men that is very risky.

    Please don't attack. If you one of these aforementioned no one Is stopping you or attacking you just acknowledging facts.
    Data relies on reporting. It could be simply because the LGBTQ community has been more hyperaware of how to check themselves for infections since the early 80's, have been doing this much longer to protect themselves because others won't, and they are better at getting treated when something happens, versus the number of men showing symptoms of Monkeypox and just ignoring it (thus not being part of the data set).

    Pure conjecture, but I can assure you it's not a conspiracy by "woke media" to protect the LGBTQ community.

  4. #1389

    Woke media

    Quote Originally Posted by Gostz1953  [View Original Post]
    Gay men seem to be disproportionately getting this virus. This is from the CDC demographic data if you google MonkeyPox Demographics you can find it as well.

    https://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/volumes/71/wr/mm7132e3.htm

    https://www.cnn.com/2022/08/05/healt...eaj/index.html

    Reason you might be unaware about the high rate of Gay men contracting the virus is several news outlets are choosing not to share demographic data as they don't want to demonize the gay community. Which is completely absurd, but hey, we live in a world where if you are any type of minority, we can never bash you anymore even though you are transmitting a disease throughout the world.
    It's been this way for some time. They will not report anything that sheds a bad light on the gay lifestyle. It's the gay, bisexuality men that is very risky.

    Please don't attack. If you one of these aforementioned no one Is stopping you or attacking you just acknowledging facts.

  5. #1388

    General Reminder-Election Season

    Just general reminder to be extra careful until Election Day. There is always someone running for office that wants the free "tough on crime" type publicity that comes with a sting / bust. Stay safe out there.

  6. #1387

    CDC Data

    Quote Originally Posted by Efurufe  [View Original Post]
    Not sure where you're getting this data, can you provide a source?

    Here's how it spreads according to the CDC, and massage is included in the list:

    https://www.cdc.gov/poxvirus/monkeyp...nsmission.html
    Gay men seem to be disproportionately getting this virus. This is from the CDC demographic data if you google MonkeyPox Demographics you can find it as well.

    https://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/volumes/71/wr/mm7132e3.htm

    https://www.cnn.com/2022/08/05/healt...eaj/index.html

    Reason you might be unaware about the high rate of Gay men contracting the virus is several news outlets are choosing not to share demographic data as they don't want to demonize the gay community. Which is completely absurd, but hey, we live in a world where if you are any type of minority, we can never bash you anymore even though you are transmitting a disease throughout the world.

  7. #1386
    Quote Originally Posted by BoboThe55  [View Original Post]
    It seems to spread from the bisexuals. Even mentioning thus on the other board will get you banned. Heterosexual activities are much lower risk.
    Not sure where you're getting this data, can you provide a source?

    Here's how it spreads according to the CDC, and massage is included in the list:

    https://www.cdc.gov/poxvirus/monkeyp...nsmission.html

  8. #1385

    Monkey pocks

    Quote Originally Posted by KnoxNenters  [View Original Post]
    I don't intend to start a fear-driven discussion. And it would be helpful if you didn't casually dismiss the risk, regardless of our backgrounds. From the little I've learned, it's mostly occurring in gay male circles at the moment. Sound familiar? Whether that's biased reporting or true, the WHO lists business that provide sexual services as high risk and the first that health departments should be prioritizing for screening. Once positive, you will be heavily investigated by our local health authorities, who will ask questions you probably won't want to answer.

    This post was inspired by comments on RubMaps of someone commenting, "My neighbor works at Sea / KC public health. One of the area monkey pox infections occurred at a Seattle area massage parlor. ".

    Here we go again.
    It seems to spread from the bisexuals. Even mentioning thus on the other board will get you banned. Heterosexual activities are much lower risk.

  9. #1384

    Good point

    Quote Originally Posted by KnoxNenters  [View Original Post]
    I don't intend to start a fear-driven discussion. And it would be helpful if you didn't casually dismiss the risk, regardless of our backgrounds. From the little I've learned, it's mostly occurring in gay male circles at the moment. Sound familiar? Whether that's biased reporting or true, the WHO lists business that provide sexual services as high risk and the first that health departments should be prioritizing for screening. Once positive, you will be heavily investigated by our local health authorities, who will ask questions you probably won't want to answer.

    This post was inspired by comments on RubMaps of someone commenting, "My neighbor works at Sea / KC public health. One of the area monkey pox infections occurred at a Seattle area massage parlor. ".

    Here we go again.
    You've brought up a good point. If I come down with it, and hopefully I don't, I will tell the authorities that I came down with it through nonsexual contact. There are cases of monkey pox that have been transmitted through non intimate contact already. And maybe if we tell authorities that we got it through casual contact, they will treat this situation with more urgency than they are now.

  10. #1383

    We need to talk about Monkey Pox

    I don't intend to start a fear-driven discussion. And it would be helpful if you didn't casually dismiss the risk, regardless of our backgrounds. From the little I've learned, it's mostly occurring in gay male circles at the moment. Sound familiar? Whether that's biased reporting or true, the WHO lists business that provide sexual services as high risk and the first that health departments should be prioritizing for screening. Once positive, you will be heavily investigated by our local health authorities, who will ask questions you probably won't want to answer.

    This post was inspired by comments on RubMaps of someone commenting, "My neighbor works at Sea / KC public health. One of the area monkey pox infections occurred at a Seattle area massage parlor. ".

    Here we go again.

  11. #1382
    Quote Originally Posted by WillShookSpear  [View Original Post]
    No; if you looked at the top of the screen it was a stored page from the Internet Wayback Machine.
    Alright. I just assumed that was some BS they posted.

  12. #1381
    Quote Originally Posted by KitWalker1967  [View Original Post]
    I believe that was a generic message.
    No; if you looked at the top of the screen it was a stored page from the Internet Wayback Machine.

  13. #1380
    Quote Originally Posted by KitWalker1967  [View Original Post]
    The same thing happened to me last night. I believe that was a generic message. The site is back up now.
    If you use a VPN, some IP address' are banned because a troll used it.

    They are using old technology.

  14. #1379
    Quote Originally Posted by KitWalker1967  [View Original Post]
    The same thing happened to me last night. I believe that was a generic message. The site is back up now.
    It's a shortcut way to basically block access to the site. Bunch of amateurs running the site over there. Probably will get hacked again in a couple of months. LOL!

  15. #1378

    The Other Place

    Quote Originally Posted by Router911  [View Original Post]
    When I tried logging in it said my IP was banned.
    The same thing happened to me last night. I believe that was a generic message. The site is back up now.

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