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• book of mormon
• spring awakening
• the rocky horror picture show
• (musicals in general)
• a series of unfortunate events
OK, so by my count there are around 11 people (plus one baby) living in Kitguli. This is shown in Hasa Diga Eebowai.
Now, Mafala says that 80% of the village has AIDS. 80% of 11 is 8.8 (11x0.8). Rounded up, that’s 9 people in this village that have AIDS and 2 people that don’t. We already know that Nabulungi is one of those two, which leaves one member of the village who doesn’t have AIDS. I’m going to assume that it’s the baby’s mother, because AIDS is transmitted from mother to child, and clearly the baby ins’t ill if Mutumbo tried to rape it to get rid of his AIDS. This means that the man who gets shot in the head by General Butt-Fucking-Naked has AIDS.
Where am I going with this? Well, AIDS is transmitted through a variety of methods, but one of them is contact with the blood of someone who is infected.
Now, after the man is shot by General Butt-Fucking-Naked, we clearly see that Elder Price is covered in his blood.
This includes some on his face, near his eyes, nose, and mouth. This means that there was mostly likely some transference of blood into his body. Blood which, it’s already been established, most likely contains the HIV virus.