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Good morning TEACHER and classWe all know about vampires Stock characters of fiction guarenteed box office hits The media vampire has been familiar to us since childhood But the most important fact is that there are no such things Yes there are no such things as vampires At this point you are probably thinking Why is she tossing in her side of the argument so quickly Well the truth is Im not Of course in mythical and literary terms should I say that the opposition is correct But in medical terms I am afraid to say that the opposition is sadly mislead Real vampires do not drink blood In fact blood-drinking was an assumption made long ago by the so-called christians of that time who used to burn the people who were suspected of vampirism In this same period they also burned people with schizophrenia for communicating with the dark side This practice was very wrong and I will now explain You see the vampires that used to be burned and are now cast out for being odd people are infected with what is known as the Vampire Virus A virus is a living organism that invades the human body infecting and changing its DNA The Vampire Virus is passed on through the same ways as the AIDS Virus That is it is passed either through birth or through a transfer of bodily fluids However everyone infected with the Vampire Virus does not always develop it and therefore not everyone born with it becomes a vampire This is why the Earth is not over-run by strange infectees But before I continue I feel that there may be some feelings that I am contradicting myself For when I refer to vampires I am using this simply as a medical term such as you would schizophrenic for a person with multiple
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