Vaccinations should be the least of y...

Vaccinations should be the least of your worries

There are 30 comments on the The Washington Times-Herald story from Oct 13, 2011, titled Vaccinations should be the least of your worries. In it, The Washington Times-Herald reports that:

Montgomery. AL - When I was youngster in the 1960s I had all the shots little kids went through back in the day.

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#1 Oct 13, 2011
Not a bad opinion and brings up a good point. If there wasn't those rabies vaccines, any one who was bit by such an animal would be doomed. Back in them there old days, I guess you'd just watch the person suffer and die.
Joe Krupinski Vaccine Yes

Sea Cliff, NY

#2 Oct 14, 2011
You make a good point, Friend, the alternative to vaccines does not pose a rosy picture.
FBOMBER

Winnipeg, Canada

#3 Oct 14, 2011
So a geologist is not only an expert on vaccines, but an expert on autism. I would never have thought so, and I still don't. What a crock of cheese.

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#4 Oct 14, 2011
Well, you spammed a nutrition professional as an expert on Wakefake, vaccines and autism. I never would had thought. At least this article came via news feeds. You actually provided the nutrition professional.
FBOMBER

Winnipeg, Canada

#5 Oct 14, 2011
friend wrote:
Well, you spammed a nutrition professional as an expert on Wakefake, vaccines and autism. I never would had thought. At least this article came via news feeds. You actually provided the nutrition professional.
So you are changing your mind about this story. Or in your "expert" (snicker) opinion can a geologist claim to be an expert of the vaccine/autism controversy. I know you'll say yes, or other nonsense to that affect.

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#6 Oct 14, 2011
At least a geologist doesn't make excuses for a fake. No one says you have to agree with this persons opinion, but make no mistake many share the same opinion.
FBOMBER

Winnipeg, Canada

#7 Oct 14, 2011
friend wrote:
At least a geologist doesn't make excuses for a fake. No one says you have to agree with this persons opinion, but make no mistake many share the same opinion.
How predictable.

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#8 Oct 14, 2011
Neither claimed to be experts on vaccine or autism. You simply implied that they were. That is predictable.
FBOMBER

Winnipeg, Canada

#9 Oct 14, 2011
friend wrote:
Neither claimed to be experts on vaccine or autism. You simply implied that they were. That is predictable.
The story implies it, I made an observation, theres a difference. Still its absurd. Who's next a janitor, a garbage collector. Opinions are not facts.

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#10 Oct 14, 2011
The author never implied any such thing. They described their personal experience. But that's all you got, is opinions. Your opinions are not facts. Neither are any of your massive spam links.
Winnipeg Canada

Winnipeg, Canada

#11 Oct 14, 2011
friend wrote:
The author never implied any such thing. They described their personal experience. But that's all you got, is opinions. Your opinions are not facts. Neither are any of your massive spam links.
Why was the story written? Why choose this geologist? Why this subject? Its all to imply something. All stories do..duh! This one is an attempt to fool other geologist into vaccinating their families.

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#12 Oct 14, 2011
Why was it written? Like we'd know. Ask the The Washington Times-Herald.
It's a news feeds. The topic is autism. The article has the word autism in it.

Being a geologist had nothing to do with this person as a child, or when they were bit by a coyote. The implication is simply an every day person who has a job, sharing their researched views and experiences. Now your nutrition professional has a conflict of interest, big time.

I hate to tell you, many people roll up their sleeves for a shot. Get used to it.
Winnipeg Canada

Winnipeg, Canada

#13 Oct 14, 2011
friend wrote:
Why was it written? Like we'd know. Ask the The Washington Times-Herald.
It's a news feeds. The topic is autism. The article has the word autism in it.
Being a geologist had nothing to do with this person as a child, or when they were bit by a coyote. The implication is simply an every day person who has a job, sharing their researched views and experiences. Now your nutrition professional has a conflict of interest, big time.
I hate to tell you, many people roll up their sleeves for a shot. Get used to it.
I already know 90% of the population is stupid, nothing surprises me about human stupidity.

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#14 Oct 14, 2011
Thanks for letting us know anti vaxxers account for a tiny 10 percent. You at one time were part of that 90 percent, or your child wouldn't have some vaccine injury, right? Which vaccine was it again?
Thanks for clearing that up.
Winnipeg Canada

Winnipeg, Canada

#15 Oct 15, 2011
friend wrote:
Thanks for letting us know anti vaxxers account for a tiny 10 percent. You at one time were part of that 90 percent, or your child wouldn't have some vaccine injury, right? Which vaccine was it again?
Thanks for clearing that up.
Like everyone else, we were told vaccines were safe. I now know thats fraud. Thanks for clearing that up.

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#16 Oct 15, 2011
But you still have shown they are not, or how to predict who is at risk for vaccine injury above anyone else. And which vaccine did the injury???
FBOMBER

Flin Flon, Canada

#17 Oct 16, 2011
friend wrote:
But you still have shown they are not, or how to predict who is at risk for vaccine injury above anyone else. And which vaccine did the injury???
Oh thats my job is it? How about the Pharmafia doing it instead of covering it up so they don't lose profits. I don't make vaccines and I don't market them through fraud and fear mongering. Direct you nonsense request to the actual perpetrators.

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#18 Oct 16, 2011
You're the one calling people stupid. It pretty much is your job to back up the fear mongering and untrue statements you make. Just how many vaccine ads do you see on TV? I only see pertussis ads. There's no mongering in those deaths. It's true.

you still have shown Vaccines are not, or how to predict who is at risk for vaccine injury above anyone else. And which vaccine did the injury???
Winnipeg Canada

Flin Flon, Canada

#19 Oct 16, 2011
friend wrote:
You're the one calling people stupid. It pretty much is your job to back up the fear mongering and untrue statements you make. Just how many vaccine ads do you see on TV? I only see pertussis ads. There's no mongering in those deaths. It's true.
you still have shown Vaccines are not, or how to predict who is at risk for vaccine injury above anyone else. And which vaccine did the injury???
Its not my responsibility to predict. Its the vaccine makers and government agencies. But they are too busy lying and covering up to bother with honesty and truth, kinda like you.

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#20 Oct 16, 2011
And which vaccine did the injury???

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