Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Drunk and stoned Zimbabwean ‘War Vet’ doctor employed by Bill Gates hacks dozens of mens’ manhoods off with the tip still hidden inside! Gates to be sued for billions!

Amazing, yet potentially true. In fact, if all goes to plan, you, as a Windows user, have a claim to a bit of foreskin.

As reported in today’s Guardian –

In Zimbabwe, Population Services International (PSI) is working with the government to try to get mass circumcision underway, using a "conveyor belt" strategy that allows doctors and nurses to move rapidly from one patient to another, operating on 10 instead of three patients an hour. The goal is to circumcise at least 80% of all young men between 15 and 29 – a total of 1.2 million.


PSI told the conference that it had devised a rapid circumcision strategy which it calls Move (Models of Optimising Volumes and Efficiency), using pre-sterilised, pre-assembled kits. Instead of stitches, the wound is cauterised.

Sounds like fun. Now we get Bill Gates involved –

PSI received financial help from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation for the study demonstrating the efficiency of Move.

The whole story can be read here. For some strange reason, instead of an appropriate picture, of say Bill holding up a bag of foreskins to be sold on EBay, they had a picture of Annie Lennox, former howling butch-bitch of the ‘80s pop group Urinals or Eurhythmics or something. Not sure why. Maybe she collects knob ends.

1 comment:

Richard said...

surely its cheaper to issue condoms to these men?