July #25 : AIDS Zen: Sports and Exercise - by Mark O'Donnell

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Table of Contents

Tommy Morrison Wants You To Believe

Tom Coburn Talks AIDS

True Colors

Dances with Wolff

Mother Mary

S.O.S.

At Least, a Cure for Crypto?

AIDS Zen: Sports and Exercise

Masturbation Manifesto

Medal Man: Jim Howley (POZ December 1994/January 1995)

Cyclic antidepressants

Vitaly Vitamin

Work Your Booty

An Exercise in Utility

Go with Your Gut

Positoid: Let It Bleed

Health: Water Sports

Sex: How to be a Sex Goddess

Sean Goes Hetero

Control Issues

Dissent in the House



Most Popular Lessons

The HIV Life Cycle

Shingles

Herpes Simplex Virus

Syphilis & Neurosyphilis

Treatments for Opportunistic Infections (OIs)

What is AIDS & HIV?

Hepatitis & HIV


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July 1997

AIDS Zen: Sports and Exercise

by Mark O'Donnell

Exer-cycle: A galley slave on a cruise to nowhere.

The diving board is more frightening than the dive.

The fat fan despises the athlete for coming in second.

The more you climb the hill, the smaller it gets.

The puzzled child asks who won the ballet.

Baseball and Academy Award trivia experts seldom coincide.

The bad loser sees his loss as a preview of Destiny.

The football star praised for being aggressive beats his wife.

Ambition is a high-speed jump rope -- constantly leap or lose.

God's matching grant: You exercise, He gives you health.

Life is an endless gym class with involuntary perfect attendance.




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