Wrong actually. Many vaccinated people can and will still get a virus for which they have been vaccinated. Some people with allergies can’t be vaccinated at all. The very real danger of some of the “herd” deciding to forego vaccines because of sketchy pseodoinformation is a large scale outbreak of a potentially deadly virus that had been all but eradicated.If you are vaccinated, then you've got nothing to worry about, right? Live and let live. Don't try to force your BS on others!
You have a lot more faith in big pharma and the FDA (owned by big pharma) than I do. Big pharma kills millions.Wrong actually. Many vaccinated people can and will still get a virus for which they have been vaccinated. Some people with allergies can’t be vaccinated at all. The very real danger of some of the “herd” deciding to forego vaccines because of sketchy pseodoinformation is a large scale outbreak of a potentially deadly virus that had been all but eradicated.
The medical profession isn’t “forcing BS on others”, we’re trying to continue to live in a world where you don’t have to watch your children die of polio or the measles. But go ahead and believe Jenny McCarthy or some jagoff on the net who has no idea how to critically read a scientific paper with bad methodology. Personally, if it was just other people at risk I’d chalk it up to Darwinism and move on, but the anti-vax asshattery puts everyone at risk.
For the life of me I can’t see how anyone would choose the very real risk of losing their child over the very imagined risk of vaccine induced autism.
But this discussion does not belong here as it is A) not a picture and B) not at all motivational, which puts us all at risk of seeing awful, saggy fatbags that we can’t unsee.
Funny. That's what I thought the first two times I saw some "asshat" bringing this shit to this thread. You want the pharma, more power to you. Any time I see Hollyweird pushing an agenda, like at the Oscars, I know its wrong. I'll stick with non-toxic and natural remedies.But this discussion does not belong here as it is A) not a picture and B) not at all motivational, which puts us all at risk of seeing awful, saggy fatbags that we can’t unsee.
There's just something about that story that is difficult to un-see. Manatees have poor eyesight.
In the decade before 1963 when a vaccine became available, nearly all children got measles by the time they were 15 years of age. It is estimated 3 to 4 million people in the United States were infected each year. Also each year, among reported cases, an estimated 400 to 500 people died, 48,000 were hospitalized, and 1,000 suffered encephalitis (swelling of the brain) from measles.[ /quote]
Death by Doctor
I don't know if med types misinform the public about inoculations. I do know the AMA misinforms the public about firearms.A recent Johns Hopkins study claims more than 250,000 people in the U.S. die every year from medical errors. Other reports claim the numbers to be as high as 440,000.
Doctors Know Best
Hold your breath, while I wait for you to show me the study that shows injecting yourself with heavy metals, like mercury, is good for you. Since you only want to make this about MMR. Given a choice, I would rather risk my kid contracting measles than autism.Alfack, please share with the world a single "natural and nontoxic remedy" for measles, mumps, rubella, or polio. Other than the obvious one, death. And please share what training or education you have that makes you in any way an expert on the subject. We will wait......
I went full-Nelson Muntz when I saw this: HA-HA!
I have had every inoculation for just about every disease known to man. It all started when I was a little kid and beginning school. I have traveled the planet and had shots for everything I might encounter. Drugs have saved my life numerous times as well as family members lives. I thank god every day we have people and companies that make them for profit. If there was no profit no one would be trying too hard. Its just human nature. I had Dengue Fever and I was so pissed there wasn't a vaccination I could have taken for it. That was a real experience let me tell you.
Now For Some Motivation this fine Sunday morning. Things that motivate me....
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Let's get this fucker back on track.
Yes it was a 2009 Impala vs. a 1959, they did it for their 50th anniversary. They actually did 2 of those crash tests, the first test was with an unrestored 59, then they went to the car show in Carlisle PA and bought the one in the video I posted. I watched both tests, neither driver in the 59's would have survived, the drivers in the 09's would have walked away.Is that the old vs new Malibu crash demo? I love old cars but that is exactly why I really don’t want to put my kids in one.