Georgia Family Settles Autism Suit

Georgia Family Settles Autism Suit

There are 117 comments on the WLTX Columbia story from Mar 6, 2008, titled Georgia Family Settles Autism Suit. In it, WLTX Columbia reports that:

The parents of a nine-year-old Georgia girl who won a government settlement described today how their hearts were broken as they watched her deteriorate into an irritable, odd-behaving toddler after she got ...

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ric99

Market Rasen, UK

#83 Apr 13, 2013
friend wrote:
I wouldn't even bother. You know he's so predictable, he wont go through each link and discuss it. He will just give his predictable post, which will continue to include childish name-calling. Imagine, a man of his age behaving like that.
Perhaps at his age, he really does have senile dementia. He certainly shows all the signs, like not being able to remember posts that are only a few days old. It must be hard work for his carers.
AUTISM 4 DUMMIES

Winnipeg, Canada

#84 Apr 13, 2013
ric99 wrote:
<quoted text>
You’re either a liar, or your dementia is getting worse. A short time ago I posted this:-
“Here is just a small sample of the “Many Links” that have been posted here. Of course your dementia has caused you to forget them, and the fact that you claimed that they were “rubbish/junk science” without giving any scientifically rigorous reasons for saying this.”:-
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19952979
http://articles.cnn.com/2008-09-03/health/mea...
http://www.cdc.gov/vaccinesafety/Vaccines/MMR...
http://www.plosone.org/article/info:doi/10.13...
http://adc.bmj.com/content/93/10/832
http://journals.lww.com/pidj/Documents/Lack_o...
http://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa02...
You again stated that these were all “junk science” again without giving any scientifically rigorous reasons for this judgement. So put up, or shut up, because nyone who reads this forum (who isn't an anti-vaccine nutter like you) knows by now that you have no real/credible evidence that vaccines cause autism.
I just wasted my time reading your crap links that are all about ONLY 1 VACCINE. Vaccines are rarely given alone. They are also a one size fits all product that is given to children who not only could react differently, but do. Link one. mumbo-jumbo, weak language, weak evidence, small sample size, basic conclusion of no connection found without discussion. 2 study flawed says National Autism association..nuff said. 3 CDC study, biased, conflict of interest. 4 CDC grant money, biased, conflict of interest. 5 blood samples for antibodies the only test. meaningless. 6 conclusion "provides evidence" evidence of what? Graphs virtually impossible to understand. 7 garbage. NONE provide PROOF. all simply study MMR alone. These studies are too inadequate to provide no connection. They are like ric99, a flippin joke.
AUTISM 4 DUMMIES

Winnipeg, Canada

#85 Apr 13, 2013
ric99 wrote:
<quoted text>
Perhaps at his age, he really does have senile dementia. He certainly shows all the signs, like not being able to remember posts that are only a few days old. It must be hard work for his carers.
What else you got dirtbag?
ric99

Market Rasen, UK

#86 Apr 13, 2013
AUTISM 4 DUMMIES wrote:
<quoted text>I just wasted my time reading your crap links that are all about ONLY 1 VACCINE. Vaccines are rarely given alone. They are also a one size fits all product that is given to children who not only could react differently, but do. Link one. mumbo-jumbo, weak language, weak evidence, small sample size, basic conclusion of no connection found without discussion. 2 study flawed says National Autism association..nuff said. 3 CDC study, biased, conflict of interest. 4 CDC grant money, biased, conflict of interest. 5 blood samples for antibodies the only test. meaningless. 6 conclusion "provides evidence" evidence of what? Graphs virtually impossible to understand. 7 garbage. NONE provide PROOF. all simply study MMR alone. These studies are too inadequate to provide no connection. They are like ric99, a flippin joke.
The only thing inadequate round here is you. For someone who often goes by the name “MMR CAUSES AUTISM” to complain that the links “are all about ONLY 1 VACCINE”(i.e MMR) is really rich (not). You obviously didn't read it properly, otherwise you would have noted that at least one of the studies compared autism rates in those vaccinated with MMR with those vaccinated with a single measles vaccine, as well as those unvaccinated. You really should learn to read properly.

Where were the scientifically rigorous reasons for claiming that the studies were all “junk science”? Conspiracy theories ARE NOT scientifically rigorous, and conspiracy theories are all that you have. Can’t understand graphs? Did you actually go to school? So the last one is garbage, is it? So you don’t even understand simple numbers. Did you run out of fingers when learning to count? The more you post here, the more you are turning yourself into a world wide laughing stock.
ric99

Market Rasen, UK

#87 Apr 13, 2013
AUTISM 4 DUMMIES wrote:
<quoted text>What else you got dirtbag?
Can't give logical answers, so back to the insults I notice.
amb

Paterson, NJ

#88 Apr 13, 2013
Oh
PHARMAGEDDON

Winnipeg, Canada

#89 Apr 13, 2013
ric99 wrote:
<quoted text>
The only thing inadequate round here is you. For someone who often goes by the name “MMR CAUSES AUTISM” to complain that the links “are all about ONLY 1 VACCINE”(i.e MMR) is really rich (not). You obviously didn't read it properly, otherwise you would have noted that at least one of the studies compared autism rates in those vaccinated with MMR with those vaccinated with a single measles vaccine, as well as those unvaccinated. You really should learn to read properly.
Where were the scientifically rigorous reasons for claiming that the studies were all “junk science”? Conspiracy theories ARE NOT scientifically rigorous, and conspiracy theories are all that you have. Can’t understand graphs? Did you actually go to school? So the last one is garbage, is it? So you don’t even understand simple numbers. Did you run out of fingers when learning to count? The more you post here, the more you are turning yourself into a world wide laughing stock.
Better go lie down before you have a seizure. I read your crap and its crap, like you.

Since: Jan 07

Location hidden

#90 Apr 13, 2013
1. 288 is not small, compared to Wakefield's 12 and it's the abstract. The full version would be too difficult for him to understand.
2. The NAA stated ""This new study does nothing to resolve the controversy whether MMR vaccine has contributed to the autism epidemic," said a press release from the group." But that's not what the study was set out to look for. Hello
3. is not baised in itself at all
4. Was funded by the CDC and National Institutes of Health. So what.
5. And just how do he think they test for titers??? Blood tests.
6. He doesn't understand graphs? They're Tables. "Our study revealed that MMR vaccination was not signi&#64257;cantly associated with an increased risk of autism in children. In a separate analysis, a similar result was achieved for the single antigen measles vaccine. An unexpected &#64257;nding was that odds ratios associated with MMR were lower than with the single measles vaccine."
7. This of course is the Danish study! One of the largest studies ever done.

Told you he'd be predictable.
Autism 1 in 50 USA

Winnipeg, Canada

#91 Apr 13, 2013
Elm City wrote:
This maybe the biggest hoax of the 20th century. They actually have a fund to pay folks hurt by shots! That doesn't raise a red flag for you? Also they paid before the evidence could be exposed. The goverment just doesn't give out funds without a really good cause. Children with Autism is on the rise and I suggest checking the rate with the introduction of new vaccines and the way they are preserved and delivered. Our family has been dealing with this issue for some time, my neice has Autism and let me tell you it is NOT an easy thing to deal with. At the very least the vaccines should be independently studied to absolutely rule it out! I'll hold my breath...
You said it.
Autism 1 in 50 USA

Winnipeg, Canada

#92 Apr 13, 2013
friend wrote:
1. 288 is not small, compared to Wakefield's 12 and it's the abstract. The full version would be too difficult for him to understand.
2. The NAA stated ""This new study does nothing to resolve the controversy whether MMR vaccine has contributed to the autism epidemic," said a press release from the group." But that's not what the study was set out to look for. Hello
3. is not baised in itself at all
4. Was funded by the CDC and National Institutes of Health. So what.
5. And just how do he think they test for titers??? Blood tests.
6. He doesn't understand graphs? They're Tables. "Our study revealed that MMR vaccination was not signi&#64257;cantly associated with an increased risk of autism in children. In a separate analysis, a similar result was achieved for the single antigen measles vaccine. An unexpected &#64257;nding was that odds ratios associated with MMR were lower than with the single measles vaccine."
7. This of course is the Danish study! One of the largest studies ever done.
Told you he'd be predictable.
You are predictable too, more duh.
ric99

Horncastle, UK

#93 Apr 14, 2013
friend wrote:
Told you he'd be predictable.
I knew he'd be predictable. I just wanted to prove to anyone reading this forum that Winnipeg dummy has no scientifically rigorous reasons for claiming that the studies were all “junk science”, and I've succeeded. In so doing we have also seen that he doesn't know the difference between tables and graphs (or what either of them mean), and that he doesn't even understand what numbers mean. He even has a word that he uses continually to describe anything that he doesn't understand; it's "Duh".
ric99

Horncastle, UK

#94 Apr 14, 2013
PHARMAGEDDON wrote:
<quoted text>Better go lie down before you have a seizure. I read your crap and its crap, like you.
I don't need to lie down, because I don't have seizures. I set out to prove a point, and I've done so, i.e. that you have no scientifically rigorous reasons for claiming that the studies were all “junk science”. Anyone with any intelligence can now see that you are just a useless conspiracy theorist with not even a scrap of evidence for your crackpot theories.

Since: Jan 07

Location hidden

#96 Apr 14, 2013
Maybe that's why he likes Wakefield's study so well, being it's difficult to not understand there was only 12 children, no controls and scientific fraud. Anyone who has been on this forum already knows Winnipeg isn't serious and never has been. He posts inflammatory, extraneous, or off-topic messages in an online community, such as a forum, with the primary intent of provoking readers into an emotional response or of otherwise disrupting normal on-topic discussion. Good thing is no one takes him seriously and the majority don't agree with him. Feed him, he'll never go away.
ric99 wrote:
<quoted text>
I knew he'd be predictable. I just wanted to prove to anyone reading this forum that Winnipeg dummy has no scientifically rigorous reasons for claiming that the studies were all “junk science”, and I've succeeded. In so doing we have also seen that he doesn't know the difference between tables and graphs (or what either of them mean), and that he doesn't even understand what numbers mean. He even has a word that he uses continually to describe anything that he doesn't understand; it's "Duh".
ric99

Lincoln, UK

#97 Apr 14, 2013
friend wrote:
Maybe that's why he likes Wakefield's study so well, being it's difficult to not understand there was only 12 children, no controls and scientific fraud. Anyone who has been on this forum already knows Winnipeg isn't serious and never has been. He posts inflammatory, extraneous, or off-topic messages in an online community, such as a forum, with the primary intent of provoking readers into an emotional response or of otherwise disrupting normal on-topic discussion. Good thing is no one takes him seriously and the majority don't agree with him. Feed him, he'll never go away.
<quoted text>
Can the Winnipeg dummy actually count up to 12? He hasn't got that many fingers.
DUH IM friend

Winnipeg, Canada

#98 Apr 14, 2013
ric99 wrote:
<quoted text>
I don't need to lie down, because I don't have seizures. I set out to prove a point, and I've done so, i.e. that you have no scientifically rigorous reasons for claiming that the studies were all “junk science”. Anyone with any intelligence can now see that you are just a useless conspiracy theorist with not even a scrap of evidence for your crackpot theories.
You are simply (s)hit on my shoe bottom, smelly, annoying but will fall off eventually.
DUH IM friend

Winnipeg, Canada

#99 Apr 14, 2013
friend wrote:
Maybe that's why he likes Wakefield's study so well, being it's difficult to not understand there was only 12 children, no controls and scientific fraud. Anyone who has been on this forum already knows Winnipeg isn't serious and never has been. He posts inflammatory, extraneous, or off-topic messages in an online community, such as a forum, with the primary intent of provoking readers into an emotional response or of otherwise disrupting normal on-topic discussion. Good thing is no one takes him seriously and the majority don't agree with him. Feed him, he'll never go away.
<quoted text>
More DUH what else

Since: Jan 07

Location hidden

#100 Apr 14, 2013
If he doesn't know the difference between a table and a graph, nor can understand either it just proves why he relies on the 1998 paper. Nope, he's only good at personal attacks and trying to disguise his gutter mouth so his comments wont get deleted.
ric99 wrote:
<quoted text>
Can the Winnipeg dummy actually count up to 12? He hasn't got that many fingers.
Voice Of Reason

Winnipeg, Canada

#101 Apr 14, 2013
friend wrote:
If he doesn't know the difference between a table and a graph, nor can understand either it just proves why he relies on the 1998 paper. Nope, he's only good at personal attacks and trying to disguise his gutter mouth so his comments wont get deleted.
<quoted text>
MORE DUH

Since: Jan 07

Location hidden

#102 Apr 14, 2013
hahahaha get a look at his newest name!
ric99 wrote:
<quoted text>
Can the Winnipeg dummy actually count up to 12? He hasn't got that many fingers.
Voice Of Reason

Winnipeg, Canada

#103 Apr 14, 2013
Abuelita wrote:
If you wre the grandmother of a beautiful boy who was fine and after vaccines he is not, you will be saying something else. It has been said for years that thimerosal and mercury are poison to some babies, then now that we know this, lets ask for thimerosal and mercury free vaccines even if we have to pay more. But the doctor does not give the parents the option. Parents and grandparents need to do their own research. I only have one grandson and he was fine and was poisoned with vaccines with thimerosal and mercury. Some people may not care because they have healthy children who were affected by this, but we were not that lucky and it did affect my grandson. NO MORE VACCINES WITH THE THIMEROSAL MERCURY POISON FOR ANY OF MY FUTURE GRANDCHILDREN.
Its sad to read about vaccine victims. 1 in 50 autism, 1 in 10 ADHD USA

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