Destabilizing the Jenny McCarthy Public Health Industrial Complex

Jul 11, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Atlantic

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High functioning autism,,,oh please yo are lowest form...who has been wating all your life to explain your social weirdness.

You can compare yourself to a soldier who never puts the feet on the front line coming back and claiming victory. Is allthe others wo lose the limbs and lives and not you just waiting to suck all the benefits that goes with it. Oh you poor thing...high functioning autism and you are mother and can write and research and want to relate yourslef to disease that has taken lives of so many young ones
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Same old boring anti vaxxer predictable replies. Instead of evidence to back up his claims, he resorts to attacking others in a vulgar manner. He still cannot change the facts even with his attacks, one day that may sink in.
you can push your unsafe vaccines and post as many as you want to collect the few $ the pharma is throwing at you...that is their new method of product development. Pay home based moms to promote their products as safe...I am running to the 7-11 to take 5 flu shots...yeah ok
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looks like ray can not accept the fact that I come from a long line of folks with High Functioning Autism. that I also have it. meaning I have personal experience being on the ASD. as well as my daughter been born with it too. and it assumes that I do not do any research. it also assumes that I do not talk to medical personnel.
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http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/04/... The new research shows that children with autism have -- in addition to these rare events -- an excess of duplicated DNA including more common variants not exclusively found in children with autism, but are found at elevated levels compared to typically developing children.
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http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/healt... Scientists have identified a genetic pattern common to people with autism that is linked to the way messages are sent in the brain.
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http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/releases/2632... A collaborative formed by Autism Speaks, the world's leading autism science and advocacy organization, has found full genome sequencing examining the entire DNA code of individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and their family members to provide the definitive look at the wide ranging genetic variations associated with ASD.
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http://www.peds.ufl.edu/divisions/genetics/pr... The prevailing theory for autism is that it is a polygenic or multi-factorial genetic disorder.
Opps this was for you...High functioning autism,,,oh please yo are lowest form...who has been waiting all your life to explain your social weirdness.

You can compare yourself to a soldier who never puts the feet on the front line coming back and claiming victory. Its all the others wo lose the limbs and lives and not you just waiting to suck all the benefits that goes with it. Oh you poor thing...high functioning autism and you are a mother and can write and research and want to relate yourslef to disease that has taken lives of so many young ones. Shame on you...instead of barking genetics...show us the biological process behind autism and regression...till then zip it
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Same old boring anti vaxxer predictable replies. Instead of evidence to back up his claims, he resorts to attacking others in a vulgar manner. He still cannot change the facts even with his attacks, one day that may sink in.
Where's your evidence DUHmeister?

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McCarthy is going to realize her being an anti vaxxer is a mistake, just like being an Indigo was. Everyone must remember that? Long before her claim about vaccines, she was an Indigo and her child was a 'gifted crystal child'. When everyone thought she was a nut, all her web sites and endorsements disappeared.
Once she realizes how her warped views affects her employment, she'll drop out of the anti vaxxer scene just as she did the Indigo scene.
not only her. but every one who thinks that autism is a single form. meaning they do NOT want to realize that autism is a SPECTRUM. and in that there is from the lightly affected to the full blown case of it as well.
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think of a box drawn on a piece of paper with lines from top to bottom as well as from left to right. have on the top "lightly affected". on the bottom "full blown case". one side, maybe the right side "high functioning". other side being the "most severe". looking at the box and seeing all the intersections of the lines, one can see how many forms of autism there really is. which is why it is called a spectrum one. since in many cases, no two folks with it next to each other will have the same kind nor will they be the same as affected. one might have a lesser amount of it.
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and for those who want to believe that ones with high functioning autism are losers. and the bottom of the barrel. they better not say that to the IT person at their job, nor any other job that a high functioning autistic can do. the person just might NOT get the work they needed done....
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http://abcnews.go.com/Health/autistic-people-... Although no two people with autism are exactly alike, many have trouble catching social cues, elaborating on answers to interview questions and making eye contact, said Peter Bell, executive vice president for programs and services at Autism Speaks.
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this one has both jobs that are good for high functioning/aspies. as well as jobs that need to be avoided. one good job is as a IT person.
http://www.myaspergerschild.com/2010/10/best-... This is why making a portfolio of your work is so important. You need to learn a few social survival skills, but you will make friends at work by sharing your shared interest with the other individuals who work in your specialty. One Aspie states,“My social life is almost all work related. I am friends with individuals I do interesting work with.”
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we on the autism spectrum do NOT want your hatred as well as your pity. we do how ever want to be a functional part of society. that includes finding a job that we can shine at. as well as being understood.
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thing is, ms mccarthy never did think of that. all she wanted was to be pitied for having a child that was by society considered to be 'not normal'. kinda like the days when the state hospitals used to hold pity tours of their inmates.
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Sangelia wrote:
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not only her. but every one who thinks that autism is a single form. meaning they do NOT want to realize that autism is a SPECTRUM. and in that there is from the lightly affected to the full blown case of it as well.
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think of a box drawn on a piece of paper with lines from top to bottom as well as from left to right. have on the top "lightly affected". on the bottom "full blown case". one side, maybe the right side "high functioning". other side being the "most severe". looking at the box and seeing all the intersections of the lines, one can see how many forms of autism there really is. which is why it is called a spectrum one. since in many cases, no two folks with it next to each other will have the same kind nor will they be the same as affected. one might have a lesser amount of it.
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and for those who want to believe that ones with high functioning autism are losers. and the bottom of the barrel. they better not say that to the IT person at their job, nor any other job that a high functioning autistic can do. the person just might NOT get the work they needed done....
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http://abcnews.go.com/Health/autistic-people-... Although no two people with autism are exactly alike, many have trouble catching social cues, elaborating on answers to interview questions and making eye contact, said Peter Bell, executive vice president for programs and services at Autism Speaks.
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this one has both jobs that are good for high functioning/aspies. as well as jobs that need to be avoided. one good job is as a IT person.
http://www.myaspergerschild.com/2010/10/best-... This is why making a portfolio of your work is so important. You need to learn a few social survival skills, but you will make friends at work by sharing your shared interest with the other individuals who work in your specialty. One Aspie states,“My social life is almost all work related. I am friends with individuals I do interesting work with.”
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we on the autism spectrum do NOT want your hatred as well as your pity. we do how ever want to be a functional part of society. that includes finding a job that we can shine at. as well as being understood.
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thing is, ms mccarthy never did think of that. all she wanted was to be pitied for having a child that was by society considered to be 'not normal'. kinda like the days when the state hospitals used to hold pity tours of their inmates.
Another one from MinnesoDUH that posts double talk and nonsense. Lord help us!!

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Sangelia wrote:
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looks like ray can not accept the fact that I come from a long line of folks with High Functioning Autism. that I also have it. meaning I have personal experience being on the ASD. as well as my daughter been born with it too. and it assumes that I do not do any research. it also assumes that I do not talk to medical personnel.
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http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/04/... The new research shows that children with autism have -- in addition to these rare events -- an excess of duplicated DNA including more common variants not exclusively found in children with autism, but are found at elevated levels compared to typically developing children.
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http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/healt... Scientists have identified a genetic pattern common to people with autism that is linked to the way messages are sent in the brain.
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http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/releases/2632... A collaborative formed by Autism Speaks, the world's leading autism science and advocacy organization, has found full genome sequencing examining the entire DNA code of individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and their family members to provide the definitive look at the wide ranging genetic variations associated with ASD.
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http://www.peds.ufl.edu/divisions/genetics/pr... The prevailing theory for autism is that it is a polygenic or multi-factorial genetic disorder.
Maybe anti vaxxers will actually read these, but don't hold your breath. Expect attacks and name-calling instead.
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Maybe anti vaxxers will actually read these, but don't hold your breath. Expect attacks and name-calling instead.
I don't read junk science

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Correction. You don't read any science. No matter, no one really cares what you read. We'll just continue to enjoy the delusions (lacking evidence) anti vaxxers present.
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Correction. You don't read any science. No matter, no one really cares what you read. We'll just continue to enjoy the delusions (lacking evidence) anti vaxxers present.
Typical provac response. Instead of evidence to support personal opinions they go on the attack and fling insults.
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How does the Winnipeg dummy know it's "junk science" if he doesn't even read it? Case proven.
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How does the Winnipeg dummy know it's "junk science" if he doesn't even read it? Case proven.
More flatulence from Dr DUH

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