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Also it's obviously not clear enough to readers that I've put up a disclaimer for years that says I'm often sleep deprived when posting due to my lifestyle as a houseless Traveler (and my age as well as health issues). This should be taken into consideration when viewing my posts.

Thursday, October 24, 2013

Warning To Females About Cheap Underwear (Purchased At Big Box Stores)

Theres some sort of weird itching that occurs when wearing Hanes or Fruit of The Loom which I usually buy from Walmart or Target etc. I dont have this problem with JOCKEY (which is expensive unless you are near a ROSS DRESS FOR LESS store and those are only on the west coast and parts of the south.
JOE BOXER also seems ok.

I've experimented with this. Ive had this experience with these brands for months and finally got sick of it last year. I started to wear FADED GLORY brand cotton underwear bought at Walmart and it did not produce the same itching and discomfort. Then unfortunately, that underwear became a blend of cotton and spandex so I cant wear it anymore.

Im not making any claims or even putting for any theories but the west, at least the USA is very calculating in not admitting to the presence of parasitic diseases in the modern civilized world (even though the CDC specifically states that with increased immigration, infectious diseases that were once considered 'tropical' in origin, are now a major concern. Its only logical. Ive posted before about how such diseases are ignored in the African American poor communities even though theres documented research that shows this is not only a problem for this population but for any other in contact with them. Its interesting how Big Pharma could have an agenda of not curing such diseases especially among the poor, in the interest of keeping people sick and even in prison (where you will most likely catch something if you didnt have it before.)

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