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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Glocksanity, Oct 8, 2012.
Because of people like you.
The U.S is also the world leader in people who have walked on the moon. Hell, we have an unchallenged monopoly in it.
According to your logic, a population of moon walkers is why we have the highest rate of autism.
See, that is not how math works. Besides not have a medical background, you such at math as well.
No, no, no... Vaccinations caused the sudden increase in "moon walking" in the U.S.
Because they would be sued out of existence by juries stacked with people like you and then we would all start suffereing the effects of things we have defeted.
This thread has potential. Just need a few more GNG nutbaggers to show up...
I'm against medication of any kind unless one's very, very sick. And yes, I do believe MDs today over-prescribe everything.
Unfortunately, not every child is meant to survive to adulthood. Darwin's theory of Survival of the Fittest should not be interfered with.
There are risks in every medical procedure, but I agree that vaccinations are a pretty good bet overall.
I remember polio kids, and getting my sugar cube when I was young, and I am glad I did.
I would say it was a sudden influx of nazi rocket scientists....but ok. Vaccinations it is.
...and Freemasons, those damned, dirty Freemasons. It is always their fault.... and some Jew, somewhere, doing his Jewy Jewish things!
Yeah, what could those people possibly do for the sake of all man kind...
Soooooo, tonight's "Google-Fu" homework exercise for you is to research the logical fallacy of Post Hoc Ergo Propter Hoc.
Be sure to have a report ready for class tomorrow morning.
"The US is the world leader in autism by a staggering large margin.
We are also the world leader in obesity.
Therefore, being fat causes autism."
You can replace "obesity" with a number of other terms: car ownership, income levels, number of Xboxes, whatever you want.
You know what all of those things have in common with vaccines? None of them have any statistical correlation with autism.
Now that is some serious comedic genius right there.
You think the eradication of smallpox through mandatory vaccinations was a bad thing? I'm quite happy my children and grandchildren don't have to face that scourge. Guess that makes me a socialists.
Awesome, most awesome!
Agree, should be good entertainment in case MNF is a blowout tonight.
In other words, you've got nothing.
Because when the government mandated vaccines it also assumed liability for them.
Got any more crap to spew?
I was having a rough day. Then I read the OP and became sad. Now I can't stop laughing from the responses.
The word "study" actually means something in the scientific community.