At least, that seems to be the same sentiment expressed by Kate McMillan as you can see reproduced here (emphasis added for the hard of thinking and people with mullets):
1. Put the cap back on your used needle and take it to a safe disposal site. Failing that, share it with your friends. It's a quicker solution to your problem, anyway.
Ha ha! That Kate, what a cut-up ... apparently actually encouraging poor people to contract AIDS and die. I guess jokes making fun of the Holocaust are getting kind of old.
Um ... John? John! John, pay the fuck attention! You want a story that involves watching a blog? Well, pull your head out of your butt and watch this story. And feel free to get back to Blogging Tories co-founder Stephen Taylor and ask him if publicly promoting the deaths of financially-disadvantaged Canadians is starting to get into BT "delisting" territory. And this time, John, why don't you insist on an actual answer, you useless prat?
BONUS TRACK: Being the self-appointed guardians of public civility that they are, I'm sure Stephen's Blogging Tories are all over Kate's latest breech of bloggy decorum like Steve Janke on a dead Oriental.
You people are so easy.
FUNNIER AND FUNNIER: To no one's shock or amazement, Five Feet of Fecal Matter Kathy Shaidle slithers into the room:
What? It's bad to hate poor people now??!! Sheesh.
This from someone who's so financially strapped that she's constantly whining about being unemployed, and selling blog link space for $10 a pop. Yeah, that's what you'd call irony, all right.
And not to be outdone, right-wing blogger Robert Jago makes an ass of himself:
Hold on a minute - is that the NDP saying that being called a 'drug addict' is "Offensive" and "Hurtful"? I thought drug addicts were victims who needed our sympathy.
Actually, Robert, I'm thinking that maybe it's Kate's public endorsement that those people catch AIDS and die that might be the "offensive" and "hurtful" part, but I can see why you'd rather carefully avert your eyes from that part of it. And, amusingly, the Robert Jago that is standing up for Kate is the very same Robert Jago that describes us as a "hate blog." I have to admit, Robert, you are Teh Funny.
I'll expect an apology about the time that Hell becomes uncomfortably cool.