December 3, 2010, - 4:01 pm
Yesterday was “World AIDS Day,” and a number of the typically annoying celebrities were up to their usual preachy stupidity. A number of celebrities, like the Kardashian Sisters–who are famous because one of them, Kim, made a sex tape, they are all sluts, and their mother managed to turn it into an empire–decided to stop tweeting on Twitter until someone donated $1 million to help fight AIDS. Sadly, the Twitter embargo by these morons only lasted for a day. If only it could go on forever. Frankly, the slutty behavior of these skanks is the reason STDs get spread, so they’re hardly the choice for spokespeople on anything (except birth control, which their parents should have practiced).
Then, there’s Ryan Secrest, host of “American Idol” and purveyor of numerous other media projects. He participated in the ad above, featuring a photo of himself dead. Some of you might say, “If only . . .” And I hear ya. The ad is absurd to begin with. But it’s doubly silly because AIDS has already had so much resources dedicated to it, that relatively few people die of contracting the HIV virus and ultimately AIDS anymore. It’s now just an illness with a ton of medications to keep it at bay. Just ask HIV-infected Magic Johnson, who is now looking to bring an NFL team to Los Angeles.
I’ve said it before on this site, and I’ll say it again: because moronic celebrities and the mainstream media concentrate on AIDS, an enormously disproportionate share of our resources are put toward researching AIDS and AIDS cures; and as a result other cancers–which kill millions–suffer. Millions will die in the next decade from lung cancer, colon cancer, pancreatic cancer (which took my dear, late father), prostate cancer, etc. But none of these illnesses gets the same percentage of resources dedicated to it that are raised for and sent to AIDS research. AIDS research gets a much higher dollar amount per victim than any of these illnesses.
And yet, unless he’s gay or an intravenous drug user, Ryan Seacrest will not only never die from AIDS, he will never even contract it. Despite the warnings we constantly got at the beginning of the discovery of GRID (Gay-Related Immuno-Deficiency, the original name for AIDS), AIDS is not and never has been, “everyone’s disease.” In fact, it’s remained the disease of hookers, promiscuous gays, and druggies. At the beginning, a few people–like the late tennis player, Arthur Ashe–sadly died of contracting the disease through infected blood transfusions, but that is rare now.
So, next time you see mindless celebrities like the Kardashian skankubines and the host of a bad karaoke show lecturing you about AIDS awareness and money for research, tell them to drink a nice glass of Shut Up Juice.
I’d say, tell them to shut up and act or shut up and sing. But these people have no definable such talents. They’re famous for being famous and making a lot of money off of being stupid.
Reader Ari sent this excellent piece from Forbes (by Michael Fumento), which is in wholehearted agreement with me and has the astounding funding figures. Right on. Remember this, the next time faux-conservative Laura Ingraham writes another BS op-ed piece in the Washington Post, demanding more funding for AIDS research because her gay brother told her so.
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