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Saturday, May 14, 2011

STD: The Netbook


I’ve worked in HD for four years... was always assigned in Hepa B patients...had my finger pricked while injecting hemopoetin to a Hepatitis C infected patient… then I saw through my Intravenous Training handling BT cases two years ago...

 no wonder an STD :P

Come to think of it, I’ve contracted STD on the eve of the International Nurses Day… oh and ... laugh laugh dear friends… 
 I caught the infection through my ‘eyes’...
reading
  perhaps… whose pathophysiology traces back from Lady Estrogen 


and Jessica Brant

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To you Rimly, thank you for this STD...


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Along with the STD is the deal:

1. Make up ONE totally ridiculous story about yourself that is a complete rip-off from a movie. It can be as long or short as you want; clean or crass as you want.

2. Pass it on to whomever you feel is deserving of this STD – or accept it and keep it for yourself; it’s your blog – it’s your choice.

3. If you choose to accept this STD, please link your acceptance post back to 
http://rimlybezbaruah.blogspot.com/ -- and to the person who gave you your STD (in your case it would be http://grazieadio.blogspot.com/ )
You get the point?
You can choose to keep your STD for yourself. Yet if you choose to pass your STD around do it fervently and don’t forget to back link

4. Use the acronym “STD” as much as possible within you post (send SEO’s into a tale spin) I have used it 12x’s within this post.

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One of my favorite movies... 


"So it's not gonna be easy. It's going to be really hard; we're gonna have to work at this everyday, but I want to do that because I want you. I want all of you, forever, everyday. 

You and me... 

everyday." 


...won't we ever get tired? 

Here’s the offer:

Two nights ago, while talking with two tagged friends, I brought up the subject on Japan's latest innovation---something I  perused in the local newspaper and  confirmed in the net---regarding robotic sex.

Floro Mercene says (This is On Me,Tempo,July20,2009,Vol.27, No.201,p.6), "Sexbots will be disease free;they won't judge one's sexual performance;and they won't say no.They will never have a headache or demand alimony." He continues, (p 7) "Would electronic and robotic sex reduce teen pregnancy, STDs, abortions, pedophilia and prostitution? The jury is still out on these implications. However, boundaries, barriers and beliefs will be challenged."

A product that will actually appeal to "men" and okay, "women" for a bigger WHAT that awaits all of us...

Are we really talking of progress here or is man out for his devolution?

I'll put my mind to rest now, I occupy a big cyberspace, i know,and my instincts are telling me I better get some sleep.

How do you handle this...


I saw you tagged already... tagging you again (or have I missed your STD post? ) :P


Charlie Nitric






5 comments:

  1. Oh wow sexbots? Sounds kind of painful against metal.
    congrats on getting our STD btw, enjoy it cherish it, love it!

    Kiss A

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  2. Not you,sweetheart..STD...How can that be possible...anyway,enjoy the feeling..love you.

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  3. Why you? I guess because you could handle it!!! Nature is funny that way! It is hard to say you deserve this latest STD but I guess you do deserve the honor if not the name lol

    http://jpweddingphotograpy.blogspot.com/2011/05/romance-and-laughs-on-miamis-river-walk.html

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  4. Loved it darling! WOW robotic sex! You sure deserve the STD!

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  5. robotic sex? something i never heard before. Meli, u are always into something new. love you for that. STD contamination is justified.

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