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John Whoriskey, October 10, 2009

On Sat, Oct 10, 2009 at 8:21 PM, House of Numbers wrote:

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My name is John Whoriskey. I was at the viewing tonight (10/10/09) at Full Sail University. First off I want to say that I immensely enjoyed the film. It truly allows you to question so many things about HIV and AIDS on a completely new level. I have always and will always be someone who has trouble believing everything that is told to me. I think that one of the doctors summed it up perfectly when he said that when there is a precedent set it is extremely difficult to get people to believe anything other than what has been told to them initially. Therefor this films ability to question such an intricate and controversial subject truly speak to me. I recently was researching the origins of AIDS on the internet and it seems clear that there are many different types of hypotheses however no one can truly come up with a definitive answer. When I heard this film was going to be shown at school I was nervous that I might not get a seat in the auditorium. I feel that this is a topic that everyone should research and want to learn more about. There certainly is more to it than the U.S. government and the governments of the world as well as the WHO are telling us. This also alludes to even broader subjects such as whether or not people should be so trusting of medicine in general. For example in a time like this there are far too many people that have jumped on the bandwagon of the swine flu hysteria. The numbers have been over exaggerated and cause mass panic in people in order to push for people to receive the vaccine shots that have been completely rushed in the first place. The same thing happened in 1976. All I have to say is history repeats itself.

That being said, I would like to recommend that you show this documentary my girlfriend's school. The name of the school is Bridgewater State College and it is in Bridgewater, Massachusetts. The main website is:

I know that this is a piece that should be and will be respected by so many people. I wish you only the best in further getting your film shown and your point across.

Finally, I just want to thank everyone involved in bringing this film to Full Sail. I know that everyone seemed to enjoy it and it became a topic of discussion immediately after. Thank you and let me know if I can be of any other assistance in any other way.