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(CBS Seattle)   Oregon woman awarded $1 million after the man she met online gave her herpes. Most expensive computer virus since Mydoom   (seattle.cbslocal.com) divider line 86
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2012-06-08 11:36:18 AM
I'm sure he will write a check promptly
 
2012-06-08 11:36:31 AM
She could have forced him to use a condom. "No glove, no love for you sir".

If he wanted to fark her that bad, he would have put one on.
 
2012-06-08 11:36:35 AM
Mydoom was a worm. If someone gave me genital worms, I'd probably sue for more than a million dollars.
 
2012-06-08 11:37:57 AM
So how do you go about proving something like this?
And isn't this an inherent risk with...uhm, the activity?
 
2012-06-08 11:38:07 AM
This works both ways you know.
 
2012-06-08 11:38:47 AM
You'd think that a pro who uses a dental dam would insist on a condom.

She's an anti-dentite and wants them to have their own schools.
 
2012-06-08 11:39:13 AM
See, that's why I stick to sheep.
 
2012-06-08 11:39:33 AM
So, does this mean he can go get some money from the woman that gave it to him?
 
2012-06-08 11:39:53 AM

Lost_in_Oregon: See, that's why I stick to sheep.


Silence of the lambs.
 
2012-06-08 11:40:01 AM
How is this a Followup? The last article already stated that she'd won $900,000 from the guy
 
2012-06-08 11:40:19 AM
Oooh....depending on whether the dentist was in or out of network, she may have a huge copay for the "acquiring the herp" service.
 
2012-06-08 11:40:26 AM
You now have herpes

cdn.screenrant.com
 
2012-06-08 11:40:59 AM

Rent Party: So, does this mean he can go get some money from the woman that gave it to him?


Every time I sleep with someone, I'm sleeping with everyone they've ever slept with. It's exhausting just tracking them all down much less banging them, but it's my policy and I'm sticking to it.
 
2012-06-08 11:41:04 AM

RibbyK: You'd think that a pro who uses a dental dam would insist on a condom.

She's an anti-dentite and wants them to have their own schools.


They do have their own schools!
 
2012-06-08 11:42:21 AM
Sounds like a whore. A money grubbing whore.
 
2012-06-08 11:42:28 AM

hugram: She could have forced him to use a condom. "No glove, no love for you sir".

If he wanted to fark her that bad, he would have put one on.


Vogt said (lawyer) his client handed the dentist a condom, but he did not wear it and "the advance overtook her too quickly."

Later, while the two were lying in bed, the man told the woman he had herpes, Vogt said. She asked him to leave.
 
2012-06-08 11:42:59 AM

Jacobin: I'm sure he will write a check promptly


Slipped. My mind.
 
2012-06-08 11:45:35 AM

hugram: She could have forced him to use a condom. "No glove, no love for you sir".

If he wanted to fark her that bad, he would have put one on.


Sounds like she did:
The woman, who filed the case under a pseudonym, testified that she asked her date to wear a condom and he said OK, but the next thing she knew he wasn't wearing a condom and it was too late.

Apparently, he Assanged her.
 
2012-06-08 11:46:56 AM
Condoms don't necessarily protect against herpes. Sadly, a similar incident happened to a relative of mine. She dated a guy for just under a year. They went to church together. Shortly, after the first time, she developed symptoms. He actually said to her, in front of witnesses, "I didn't tell you because I love you and I was afraid you'd break up with me."

He was a real winner. Once, she brought him to a funeral that I also attended. After the service, I glanced around and he was standing on flat-style headstone. No kidding, he was just standing on the grave marker, hands in his pockets, looking at ease. I started to march over there, but one of my older sisters' beat me to him.

They are no longer a couple. Unfortunately, my relative can't break up with herpes. It never occurred to her to sue.
 
2012-06-08 11:47:19 AM
Uh...condoms don't prevent herpes, so I don't see what the fuss is all about that thing.
 
2012-06-08 11:47:25 AM

RibbyK: You'd think that a pro who uses a dental dam would insist on a condom.

She's an anti-dentite and wants them to have their own schools.


condoms don't prevent transmission of genital herpes. they cut the risk of transmission of course (by 30% or so), but if the area of viral shedding at the time (you don't have to have a visible sore) isn't covered by the condom, the risk of transmission greatly increases.

Link
 
2012-06-08 11:48:11 AM
All I got was a lousy t-shirt.
 
2012-06-08 11:50:08 AM

monoski: hugram: She could have forced him to use a condom. "No glove, no love for you sir".

If he wanted to fark her that bad, he would have put one on.

Vogt said (lawyer) his client handed the dentist a condom, but he did not wear it and "the advance overtook her too quickly."

Later, while the two were lying in bed, the man told the woman he had herpes, Vogt said. She asked him to leave.


Since I DNRTA, this changes things. The dude is an asshole and needs to pay up.
 
2012-06-08 11:51:32 AM

Rent Party: monoski: hugram: She could have forced him to use a condom. "No glove, no love for you sir".

If he wanted to fark her that bad, he would have put one on.

Vogt said (lawyer) his client handed the dentist a condom, but he did not wear it and "the advance overtook her too quickly."

Later, while the two were lying in bed, the man told the woman he had herpes, Vogt said. She asked him to leave.

Since I DNRTA, this changes things. The dude is an asshole and needs to pay up.


did she ask if he was clean prior to consenting to sex without a condom?
 
2012-06-08 11:54:55 AM

hugram: She could have forced him to use a condom. "No glove, no love for you sir".

If he wanted to fark her that bad, he would have put one on.


Condoms don't...

dumbobruni: condoms don't prevent transmission of genital herpes. they cut the risk of transmission of course (by 30% or so), but if the area of viral shedding at the time (you don't have to have a visible sore) isn't covered by the condom, the risk of transmission greatly increases.


rocky_howard: Uh...condoms don't prevent herpes, so I don't see what the fuss is all about that thing.


Lunaville: Condoms don't necessarily protect against herpes.


...oh.
 
2012-06-08 11:56:04 AM

dumbobruni: Rent Party: monoski: hugram: She could have forced him to use a condom. "No glove, no love for you sir".

If he wanted to fark her that bad, he would have put one on.

Vogt said (lawyer) his client handed the dentist a condom, but he did not wear it and "the advance overtook her too quickly."

Later, while the two were lying in bed, the man told the woman he had herpes, Vogt said. She asked him to leave.

Since I DNRTA, this changes things. The dude is an asshole and needs to pay up.

did she ask if he was clean prior to consenting to sex without a condom?


She didn't consent to sex without a condom. She handed him one. He didn't put it on.

Further, condom or not, he didn't tell her he had the herp until *after* sex. That denied her the right to make a fully informed decision about consent.

In summary, fark this guy.
 
2012-06-08 12:02:26 PM

Rent Party: dumbobruni: Rent Party: monoski: hugram: She could have forced him to use a condom. "No glove, no love for you sir".

If he wanted to fark her that bad, he would have put one on.

Vogt said (lawyer) his client handed the dentist a condom, but he did not wear it and "the advance overtook her too quickly."

Later, while the two were lying in bed, the man told the woman he had herpes, Vogt said. She asked him to leave.

Since I DNRTA, this changes things. The dude is an asshole and needs to pay up.

did she ask if he was clean prior to consenting to sex without a condom?

She didn't consent to sex without a condom. She handed him one. He didn't put it on.

Further, condom or not, he didn't tell her he had the herp until *after* sex. That denied her the right to make a fully informed decision about consent.

In summary, fark this guy.


i'm not denying that he isn't an ass, but I still don't see how she deserves $1 million for this.

why didn't she stop when he refused to put the condom on? that should be a gigantic red flag and she should have sent him packing then.
 
2012-06-08 12:04:08 PM
It's kinda hard to do a proper oral exam wearing rubber. This was an office visit,right?
 
2012-06-08 12:04:59 PM
What if you don't know you have herpes - or just say something like "I may or may not have herpes, I'm not sure?"

/Also, repeat.
 
2012-06-08 12:11:07 PM
I'm always like "biatch gave it to me, your honor!" Case dismissed.
 
2012-06-08 12:11:40 PM
The 49-year-old woman, who filed the suit under a pseudonym, testified last week that she suffered painful outbreaks and spiraled into depression following a sexual encounter with the 69-year-old man she met through the dating website eHarmony.

Eew, eew, and eew.
 
2012-06-08 12:14:24 PM
One thing I wasn't 100% clear on...

The dentist paid the $, right? If the dating site did, that's complete and utter horse plop.

If the dentist did, yeah, suck it up. Not literally.

Maybe literally.

Rinse.
 
2012-06-08 12:15:11 PM

walkerhound: What if you don't know you have herpes - or just say something like "I may or may not have herpes, I'm not sure?"

/Also, repeat.


Me, I'd be inclined to cut a person some slack if s/he didn't know. You can't share information you don't have.
 
2012-06-08 12:23:30 PM
Headline should read, "Douchebag lawyer awarded $750,000 by jury of autistic savants."
 
2012-06-08 12:24:04 PM

Lunaville: After the service, I glanced around and he was standing on flat-style headstone.


Is that poor cemetery etiquette or a type of superstition? I've only heard of it once before from a really old guy who yelled at a kid for standing on a similar marker saying he was standing on the deceased's head. Sounded weird to me but since you've also mentioned it, guess there is something to it.

/Rarely goes to graveyards
 
2012-06-08 12:24:21 PM
I don't agree w/this. The guy is a douche and probably deserves an ass beating, but it's a risk you take when you have sex w/someone you don't really know. It sucks but that's the reality of dating and farking. Also, she couldn't tell he wasn't wearing a condom? Seriously? She should've told him to stop if he wasn't wearing one.
 
2012-06-08 12:27:48 PM

blackminded: hugram: She could have forced him to use a condom. "No glove, no love for you sir".

If he wanted to fark her that bad, he would have put one on.

Condoms don't...

dumbobruni: condoms don't prevent transmission of genital herpes. they cut the risk of transmission of course (by 30% or so), but if the area of viral shedding at the time (you don't have to have a visible sore) isn't covered by the condom, the risk of transmission greatly increases.

rocky_howard: Uh...condoms don't prevent herpes, so I don't see what the fuss is all about that thing.

Lunaville: Condoms don't necessarily protect against herpes.

...oh.



I'm not sure how old you are. Hopefully, my standard monologue won't be inappropriate.
You should still use them though when you decide to go there. But, don't go there too soon. Wait, wait, wait. Consider waiting until you are married. Do not rush yourself or anyone else because it's a huge responsibility. And do not do "it" with anyone you would not want to be the mother/father of your child because birth control is not 100%. So, if you meet a hot person and thing "Wow, s/he would make an awful parent, but s/he is so hot." keep walking. The earth is jam packed with people. You'll meet someone else. When you meet that someone, (maybe at age 25 or 30) unless you are married and planning for a child, go double dutch, use birth control: two kinds because sometimes one method will fail. Relying on a single form of birth control is fine as long as you are prepared to care for a baby if that sole method fails. Did I mention sex is a big responsibility and you will want to wait?
Jeepers, I hope I didn't leave anything out.

My kids just turned 13 and 12. I may request a valium prescription.
 
2012-06-08 12:30:38 PM

EngineerAU: Lunaville: After the service, I glanced around and he was standing on flat-style headstone.

Is that poor cemetery etiquette or a type of superstition? I've only heard of it once before from a really old guy who yelled at a kid for standing on a similar marker saying he was standing on the deceased's head. Sounded weird to me but since you've also mentioned it, guess there is something to it.

/Rarely goes to graveyards


It's extremely poor etiquette. It is highly disrespectful to the deceased and his/her family.Do not do it.
 
2012-06-08 12:32:59 PM

EngineerAU: Lunaville: After the service, I glanced around and he was standing on flat-style headstone.

Is that poor cemetery etiquette or a type of superstition? I've only heard of it once before from a really old guy who yelled at a kid for standing on a similar marker saying he was standing on the deceased's head. Sounded weird to me but since you've also mentioned it, guess there is something to it.

/Rarely goes to graveyards


I've always heard it's disrespectful to the dead to step on or over a marker. Same with climbing on sculptures in cemetaries.

Oh, and unless you really want to piss people off, feeling up and/or making out with statues of Mary is also not something you should do.
 
2012-06-08 12:33:25 PM

EngineerAU: Lunaville: After the service, I glanced around and he was standing on flat-style headstone.

Is that poor cemetery etiquette or a type of superstition? I've only heard of it once before from a really old guy who yelled at a kid for standing on a similar marker saying he was standing on the deceased's head. Sounded weird to me but since you've also mentioned it, guess there is something to it.

/Rarely goes to graveyards


It's common sense, just simple ordinary common sense. Certain places are for standing and sitting. Gravemarkers and places where people have been "laid to rest" are off-limits.

Same reason most know not to have sex in an elementary school, not to masturbate in the church pews during mass, and not to urinate in the foyer of a house.

If you disagree, perhaps you have a fine album collection or entertainment center I can take a shiat on and toss in a pool? I mean, unless you're superstitious or something.

/who frequently goes to graveyards?
 
2012-06-08 12:34:41 PM
The dentist's attorney, Shawn Lillegren, argued that the woman was negligent because she did not demand that his client wear a condom. He also portrayed the woman as greedy in his closing argument to jurors.

"Go for a million - that's plaintiff's message," he said, according to The Oregonian. "God bless America. Go for it. Got some coffee to spill on me?"


What an Asshat. If douchebags in his profession didn't hover around ambulances like vultures to a dead body we wouldn't have frivolous lawsuits in America.
 
2012-06-08 12:40:11 PM

Cookbook's Anarchist:

/who frequently goes to graveyards?


Morticians?

Hearse Drivers?

Ghostbusters?
 
2012-06-08 01:05:20 PM
He had sex with her.

And then had to pay her money.

What does that make her?
 
2012-06-08 01:06:03 PM

bacongood: He had sex with her.

And then had to pay her money.

What does that make her?


A victim of sexual assault who won a judgment at trial?
 
2012-06-08 01:17:00 PM
"did she ask if he was clean prior to consenting to sex without a condom?"

is he a potted plant?
 
2012-06-08 01:17:17 PM

Cookbook's Anarchist: EngineerAU: Lunaville: After the service, I glanced around and he was standing on flat-style headstone.

Is that poor cemetery etiquette or a type of superstition? I've only heard of it once before from a really old guy who yelled at a kid for standing on a similar marker saying he was standing on the deceased's head. Sounded weird to me but since you've also mentioned it, guess there is something to it.

/Rarely goes to graveyards

It's common sense, just simple ordinary common sense. Certain places are for standing and sitting. Gravemarkers and places where people have been "laid to rest" are off-limits.

Same reason most know not to have sex in an elementary school, not to masturbate in the church pews during mass, and not to urinate in the foyer of a house.

If you disagree, perhaps you have a fine album collection or entertainment center I can take a shiat on and toss in a pool? I mean, unless you're superstitious or something.

/who frequently goes to graveyards?


Priests? Gravediggers? Landscapers? Charlie Sheen?
 
2012-06-08 01:27:45 PM

Lunaville: Condoms don't necessarily protect against herpes. Sadly, a similar incident happened to a relative of mine. She dated a guy for just under a year. They went to church together. Shortly, after the first time, she developed symptoms. He actually said to her, in front of witnesses, "I didn't tell you because I love you and I was afraid you'd break up with me."

He was a real winner. Once, she brought him to a funeral that I also attended. After the service, I glanced around and he was standing on flat-style headstone. No kidding, he was just standing on the grave marker, hands in his pockets, looking at ease. I started to march over there, but one of my older sisters' beat me to him.

They are no longer a couple. Unfortunately, my relative can't break up with herpes. It never occurred to her to sue.


Relative huh?.....MmmmHmmmm
 
2012-06-08 01:28:46 PM

Rent Party:

In summary, fark this guy.


Are you not paying attention? He has the herp.
 
2012-06-08 01:32:48 PM

davidphogan:

Oh, and unless you really want to piss people off, feeling up and/or making out with statues of Mary is also not something you should do.


So THATS why I was getting sooo many dirty looks. People in churchyards take themselves way too seriously IMHO.
 
2012-06-08 01:34:09 PM

Theaetetus: bacongood: He had sex with her.

And then had to pay her money.

What does that make her?

A victim of sexual assault who won a judgment at trial?


ur no fun.........
 
2012-06-08 01:35:55 PM
oldnewsissoexciting.jpg
 
2012-06-08 01:42:24 PM
i.imgur.com
 
2012-06-08 01:45:05 PM
Herp-a-Derp

/So THAT'S what it is.
 
2012-06-08 02:04:35 PM

Theaetetus: bacongood: He had sex with her.

And then had to pay her money.

What does that make her?

A victim of sexual assault who won a judgment at trial?


The prostitute didn't win anything on sexual assult; it was negligence and battery.

And because the state will enforce the judgment, I think it becomes the pimp.

/also, I thought it took like a month from exposure to get a positive test back... or is that just for the blood test?
 
2012-06-08 02:14:46 PM
CSB (and a little graphic...warning)

Had a friend who was absolutely militant about using protection. Her ex showed up one night and they got fooling around. She watched him put the condom on, and realized on the first thrust that he had taken it off. She shoved him off of her and proceeded to scream at him, throw him out, etc.

One month later, she was diagnosed with herpes. Turns out he had just been diagnosed that day and came over to purposely infect her. This was back in the late 90s. I told her she should have gone after him. We lost touch so I don't know if she ever did...

//ppl suck
 
2012-06-08 02:24:24 PM

Lunaville: EngineerAU: Lunaville: After the service, I glanced around and he was standing on flat-style headstone.

Is that poor cemetery etiquette or a type of superstition? I've only heard of it once before from a really old guy who yelled at a kid for standing on a similar marker saying he was standing on the deceased's head. Sounded weird to me but since you've also mentioned it, guess there is something to it.

/Rarely goes to graveyards

It's extremely poor etiquette. It is highly disrespectful to the deceased and his/her family.Do not do it.


What does the deceased care? They are dead.
 
2012-06-08 02:27:07 PM

Lunaville: Condoms don't necessarily protect against herpes. Sadly, a similar incident happened to a relative of mine. She dated a guy for just under a year. They went to church together. Shortly, after the first time, she developed symptoms. He actually said to her, in front of witnesses, "I didn't tell you because I love you and I was afraid you'd break up with me."

He was a real winner. Once, she brought him to a funeral that I also attended. After the service, I glanced around and he was standing on flat-style headstone. No kidding, he was just standing on the grave marker, hands in his pockets, looking at ease. I started to march over there, but one of my older sisters' beat me to him.

They are no longer a couple. Unfortunately, my relative can't break up with herpes. It never occurred to her to sue.


He probably also sponged off of your relative, so there would be no point in suing. Moral victories are kind of hollow.
 
2012-06-08 02:55:54 PM

rhondajeremy: CSB (and a little graphic...warning)

Had a friend who was absolutely militant about using protection. Her ex showed up one night and they got fooling around. She watched him put the condom on, and realized on the first thrust that he had taken it off. She shoved him off of her and proceeded to scream at him, throw him out, etc.

One month later, she was diagnosed with herpes. Turns out he had just been diagnosed that day and came over to purposely infect her. This was back in the late 90s. I told her she should have gone after him. We lost touch so I don't know if she ever did...

//ppl suck


Why was she banging her ex?
 
2012-06-08 03:08:45 PM

WhippingBoy: rhondajeremy: CSB (and a little graphic...warning)

Had a friend who was absolutely militant about using protection. Her ex showed up one night and they got fooling around. She watched him put the condom on, and realized on the first thrust that he had taken it off. She shoved him off of her and proceeded to scream at him, throw him out, etc.

One month later, she was diagnosed with herpes. Turns out he had just been diagnosed that day and came over to purposely infect her. This was back in the late 90s. I told her she should have gone after him. We lost touch so I don't know if she ever did...

//ppl suck

Why was she banging her ex?


Because she's a whore.
 
2012-06-08 03:12:54 PM

bacongood: /also, I thought it took like a month from exposure to get a positive test back... or is that just for the blood test?


You can get a positive test within a day if the sores are active, but yeah, otherwise it takes 3-8 weeks for blood tests to work.
 
2012-06-08 03:35:08 PM
I demand to see your certified breeding papers before we proceed with coitus.
 
2012-06-08 03:41:28 PM

Pray 4 Mojo: WhippingBoy: rhondajeremy: CSB (and a little graphic...warning)

Had a friend who was absolutely militant about using protection. Her ex showed up one night and they got fooling around. She watched him put the condom on, and realized on the first thrust that he had taken it off. She shoved him off of her and proceeded to scream at him, throw him out, etc.

One month later, she was diagnosed with herpes. Turns out he had just been diagnosed that day and came over to purposely infect her. This was back in the late 90s. I told her she should have gone after him. We lost touch so I don't know if she ever did...

//ppl suck

Why was she banging her ex?

Because she's a whore.


The real story is that they were barebacking, and she loved it.

Then, she got mad, and made up the one thrust infection story to garner sympathy by completely absolving herself of any culpability (even though sex with the ex is generally a universally bad idea, but I digress...).

Some of the most militant pro-condom women I've known have been the most eager women to engage in unprotected sex, per their boyfriends at any rate. I think they harp on that stuff because they feel it'll scare away/screen out the unsafe people, so that they can continue to engage in far more pleasurable unprotected sex, albeit with a perceived modicum of safety. Either that or it's a classic case of a reaction formation.
 
2012-06-08 03:49:49 PM

The 4chan Psychiatrist: Pray 4 Mojo: WhippingBoy: rhondajeremy: CSB (and a little graphic...warning)

Had a friend who was absolutely militant about using protection. Her ex showed up one night and they got fooling around. She watched him put the condom on, and realized on the first thrust that he had taken it off. She shoved him off of her and proceeded to scream at him, throw him out, etc.

One month later, she was diagnosed with herpes. Turns out he had just been diagnosed that day and came over to purposely infect her. This was back in the late 90s. I told her she should have gone after him. We lost touch so I don't know if she ever did...

//ppl suck

Why was she banging her ex?

Because she's a whore.

The real story is that they were barebacking, and she loved it.

Then, she got mad, and made up the one thrust infection story to garner sympathy by completely absolving herself of any culpability (even though sex with the ex is generally a universally bad idea, but I digress...).

Some of the most militant pro-condom women I've known have been the most eager women to engage in unprotected sex, per their boyfriends at any rate. I think they harp on that stuff because they feel it'll scare away/screen out the unsafe people, so that they can continue to engage in far more pleasurable unprotected sex, albeit with a perceived modicum of safety. Either that or it's a classic case of a reaction formation.


The stellar amount amount of compassion, humanity and understanding displayed in FARK comments never ceases to amaze me...
 
2012-06-08 03:51:04 PM

rhondajeremy: The 4chan Psychiatrist: Pray 4 Mojo: WhippingBoy: rhondajeremy: CSB (and a little graphic...warning)

Had a friend who was absolutely militant about using protection. Her ex showed up one night and they got fooling around. She watched him put the condom on, and realized on the first thrust that he had taken it off. She shoved him off of her and proceeded to scream at him, throw him out, etc.

One month later, she was diagnosed with herpes. Turns out he had just been diagnosed that day and came over to purposely infect her. This was back in the late 90s. I told her she should have gone after him. We lost touch so I don't know if she ever did...

//ppl suck

Why was she banging her ex?

Because she's a whore.

The real story is that they were barebacking, and she loved it.

Then, she got mad, and made up the one thrust infection story to garner sympathy by completely absolving herself of any culpability (even though sex with the ex is generally a universally bad idea, but I digress...).

Some of the most militant pro-condom women I've known have been the most eager women to engage in unprotected sex, per their boyfriends at any rate. I think they harp on that stuff because they feel it'll scare away/screen out the unsafe people, so that they can continue to engage in far more pleasurable unprotected sex, albeit with a perceived modicum of safety. Either that or it's a classic case of a reaction formation.

The stellar amount amount of compassion, humanity and understanding displayed in FARK comments never ceases to amaze me...


Sorry, fixed.
 
2012-06-08 03:56:58 PM
4.bp.blogspot.com
 
2012-06-08 04:00:12 PM
4.bp.blogspot.com
 
2012-06-08 04:46:04 PM

Saber: The 49-year-old woman, who filed the suit under a pseudonym, testified last week that she suffered painful outbreaks and spiraled into depression following a sexual encounter with the 69-year-old man she met through the dating website eHarmony.

Eew, eew, and eew.


Ho looking for a sugardaddy, sugardaddy looking for a ho, ho found a different way to get paid, so now he's paying?

49 years old and never had so much as a cold sore? Mm hmm, sure. He may have acted like an asshole, but how do they know it came from him? do they do strain tests, and he was the most likely candidate?
 
2012-06-08 04:54:10 PM

rhondajeremy: CSB (and a little graphic...warning)

Had a friend who was absolutely militant about using protection. Her ex showed up one night and they got fooling around. She watched him put the condom on, and realized on the first thrust that he had taken it off. She shoved him off of her and proceeded to scream at him, throw him out, etc.

One month later, she was diagnosed with herpes. Turns out he had just been diagnosed that day and came over to purposely infect her. This was back in the late 90s. I told her she should have gone after him. We lost touch so I don't know if she ever did...

//ppl suck


There may be more to this story, but only starting with if she herself had ever been tested before, if he had been tested before, and whether the tests were the 'horses already left the barn' test, or a blood test.
 
2012-06-08 05:15:54 PM

ExperianScaresCthulhu: Saber: The 49-year-old woman, who filed the suit under a pseudonym, testified last week that she suffered painful outbreaks and spiraled into depression following a sexual encounter with the 69-year-old man she met through the dating website eHarmony.

Eew, eew, and eew.

Ho looking for a sugardaddy, sugardaddy looking for a ho, ho found a different way to get paid, so now he's paying?

49 years old and never had so much as a cold sore? Mm hmm, sure. He may have acted like an asshole, but how do they know it came from him? do they do strain tests, and he was the most likely candidate?


She's a woman. She said so. What more proof do you need?
 
2012-06-08 05:49:58 PM
Here is a helpful herpes counter. 20% of people have the genital variety. Most people don't know they have it.
 
2012-06-08 06:09:49 PM

rhondajeremy: The stellar amount amount of compassion, humanity and understanding displayed in FARK comments never ceases to amaze me...


Oh my. We're terribly sorry...

...sorry your friend's a whore!



/high-five!
 
2012-06-08 06:25:47 PM

Saber: The 49-year-old woman, who filed the suit under a pseudonym, testified last week that she suffered painful outbreaks and spiraled into depression following a sexual encounter with the 69-year-old man she met through the dating website eHarmony.

Eew, eew, and eew.


And on the 4th date no less...she was a gold digger.
 
2012-06-08 06:37:57 PM

badhatharry: Here is a helpful herpes counter. 20% of people have the genital variety. Most people don't know they have it.


What a bogus site:

Treatment with Dynamiclear has shown amazing results. Most people report that once treated, sores never return. The ingredients are kept a closely guarded secret, but the numerous testimonials prove it is without a doubt one of the most effective products available today. Get it at: http://www.dynamiclear.com
 
2012-06-08 06:49:20 PM
They are both at equally at fault here. She should of push away if he didn't put the condom on and he should of told her. They just wanted to do it without the condom because it "feels" better.
 
2012-06-08 06:55:32 PM

hugram: She could have forced him to use a condom. "No glove, no love for you sir".

If he wanted to fark her that bad, he would have put one on.


Which is why the jury found her 25% negligent, and reduced her damages accordingly.
 
2012-06-08 06:57:41 PM

Dunkonomics: They are both at equally at fault here.


No, he engaged in sexual intercourse without informing his victim of the full risks attached to having sex with him specifically. She took a risk, for which the jury assigned 25% liability, and reduced her damages accordingly.
 
2012-06-08 06:58:52 PM

WhippingBoy: ExperianScaresCthulhu: Saber: The 49-year-old woman, who filed the suit under a pseudonym, testified last week that she suffered painful outbreaks and spiraled into depression following a sexual encounter with the 69-year-old man she met through the dating website eHarmony.

Eew, eew, and eew.

Ho looking for a sugardaddy, sugardaddy looking for a ho, ho found a different way to get paid, so now he's paying?

49 years old and never had so much as a cold sore? Mm hmm, sure. He may have acted like an asshole, but how do they know it came from him? do they do strain tests, and he was the most likely candidate?

She's a woman. She said so. What more proof do you need?


She was tested a few months before intercourse with him, and came back with a clean bill of health. She was tested again two weeks after intercourse with him, and tested positive.
 
2012-06-08 07:48:46 PM
I don't understand this ruling.

Yes, exposing someone to herpes is wrong. It could even be criminal assault or with in the case of HIV attempted murder.

But herpes? Inconvenient yes. Killer? No. 20% of people already have it so it's not like this person is all alone in the world. People get it all the time without going to trial over it. Plus it seems that he didn't lie to her, and she didn't ask for a sexual history prior to exposure.

IMO, Herpes exposure, especially in a 49 year old, is not actuarially worth $1.2M (assuming 100% of the blame and a linear scale). It is also not something to lose your job over unless you're a porn star. In this case I blame the defendant and the jury for a case of bad judgement and overreaction.

/Using this logic, I wonder if I could get $100 for getting the flu from someone who didn't wash their hands
//I'm still young, that lost productivity could cost me thousands with compound interest over my lifetime
///Plus who knows what kind of genetic damage the virus is causing; it could give me cancer for all I know
////There should be a law
 
2012-06-08 09:55:58 PM
It always costs less to pay a professional.
 
2012-06-08 11:22:35 PM

AcademGreen: I don't understand this ruling.

Yes, exposing someone to herpes is wrong. It could even be criminal assault or with in the case of HIV attempted murder.

But herpes? Inconvenient yes. Killer? No. 20% of people already have it so it's not like this person is all alone in the world. People get it all the time without going to trial over it. Plus it seems that he didn't lie to her, and she didn't ask for a sexual history prior to exposure.

IMO, Herpes exposure, especially in a 49 year old, is not actuarially worth $1.2M (assuming 100% of the blame and a linear scale). It is also not something to lose your job over unless you're a porn star. In this case I blame the defendant and the jury for a case of bad judgement and overreaction.

/Using this logic, I wonder if I could get $100 for getting the flu from someone who didn't wash their hands
//I'm still young, that lost productivity could cost me thousands with compound interest over my lifetime
///Plus who knows what kind of genetic damage the virus is causing; it could give me cancer for all I know
////There should be a law


...Maybe because someone shouldn't have to spend the rest of their natural life with painful, debilitating, and shun-worthy genital or facial sores because BAAAWWW condom? Especially when there's dating sites JUST for them and their infected junk?

I just can't get enough of rulings like these. People who set out to infect others should be burned at the stake.

/This could make life very interesting for farktards with the flu who happily get everyone sick.
 
2012-06-09 07:35:19 AM

bugontherug: WhippingBoy: ExperianScaresCthulhu: Saber: The 49-year-old woman, who filed the suit under a pseudonym, testified last week that she suffered painful outbreaks and spiraled into depression following a sexual encounter with the 69-year-old man she met through the dating website eHarmony.

Eew, eew, and eew.

Ho looking for a sugardaddy, sugardaddy looking for a ho, ho found a different way to get paid, so now he's paying?

49 years old and never had so much as a cold sore? Mm hmm, sure. He may have acted like an asshole, but how do they know it came from him? do they do strain tests, and he was the most likely candidate?

She's a woman. She said so. What more proof do you need?

She was tested a few months before intercourse with him, and came back with a clean bill of health. She was tested again two weeks after intercourse with him, and tested positive.


Ha, ha, whipping boy.

Bugontherug, few months is too long. That's like taking an AIDS test 'a few months ago'.
Who were you fking or near fking/had skin contact with (since this is herpes) during that time period?
You're supposed to get tested just before.
No one does it, but that's what you're supposed to do.

I guess I'll have to read the article. If she is careful enough to get a full blood work, it doesn't make sense that she wasn't careful enough to get a full blood work again. Oh well.

Dude's an ass, $1million is too much.
 
2012-06-09 12:25:20 PM
A million dollars for herpes?

God forbid a school age kid gives you chicken pox. That shiat can kill an adult.

I imagine the settlement would be $10M and years' worth of lunchables.
 
2012-06-10 07:18:32 PM

Cookbook's Anarchist: EngineerAU: Lunaville: After the service, I glanced around and he was standing on flat-style headstone.

Is that poor cemetery etiquette or a type of superstition? I've only heard of it once before from a really old guy who yelled at a kid for standing on a similar marker saying he was standing on the deceased's head. Sounded weird to me but since you've also mentioned it, guess there is something to it.

/Rarely goes to graveyards

It's common sense, just simple ordinary common sense. Certain places are for standing and sitting. Gravemarkers and places where people have been "laid to rest" are off-limits.

Same reason most know not to have sex in an elementary school, not to masturbate in the church pews during mass, and not to urinate in the foyer of a house.

If you disagree, perhaps you have a fine album collection or entertainment center I can take a shiat on and toss in a pool? I mean, unless you're superstitious or something.

/who frequently goes to graveyards?


I do

/Patriot Guard Rider
 
2012-06-10 10:41:51 PM

spentmiles: Rent Party: So, does this mean he can go get some money from the woman that gave it to him?

Every time I sleep with someone, I'm sleeping with everyone they've ever slept with. It's exhausting just tracking them all down much less banging them, but it's my policy and I'm sticking to it.


So you are gay? Or she is lesbian? Or.... never mind...

NTTIAWWT, mind you.
 
2012-06-10 10:48:46 PM

EngineerAU: Lunaville: After the service, I glanced around and he was standing on flat-style headstone.

Is that poor cemetery etiquette or a type of superstition? I've only heard of it once before from a really old guy who yelled at a kid for standing on a similar marker saying he was standing on the deceased's head. Sounded weird to me but since you've also mentioned it, guess there is something to it.

/Rarely goes to graveyards


In the graveyard near my home they drive lawnmowers over them all the time. I figure the dead don't care. They are dead. I tend to avoid stepping on them out of respect for said dead.

And their head is not under the marker but you already knew that.
 
2012-06-10 10:55:03 PM

The_Six_Fingered_Man: Cookbook's Anarchist:

/who frequently goes to graveyards?

Morticians?

Hearse Drivers?

Ghostbusters?


*raises hand*

I go to as many as I see. They are like a light to a moth for me. I have been know to take detours of the highway to go to them.

Why, you ask? Just because. They are great photo ops and seeing some of the monuments are pretty cool. I like the older cemeteries. One had an etched likeness of the deceased that had a ghostly look. It was nice work.
 
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