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Scary British AIDS PIF (Don't Die of Ignorance - 1987)

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Featured on Channel 4's 100 Greatest Scary Moments and narrated by John Hurt, this PIF from 1987 was targeted at everyone since AIDS was quickly spreading and the government felt like making a scary advert for it featuring an explosion, a man with a chisel like thing and a monolith of doom spelling AIDS and for dramatic effect...it was even bold and underlined :D. For the record, the chisel thing wasn't remotely making a sound that a chisel makes....since when did chisel's being hit with a hammer sound like a demonic church bell? :S

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There is now a danger that has become a threat to us all. It is a deadly disease and there is no known cure (LOL RHYMES). The virus can be passed during sexual intercourse with an infected person. Anyone can get it, man or woman. So far its been confined to small groups, but its spreading. So protect yourself and read this leaflet when it arrives. If you ignore AIDS, it could be the death of you. So don't die of ignorance.

yeah, you heard good old John right...DON'T be ignorant and wear a johnny (LOL again at John's Johnny).

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