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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FBOMBER

Winnipeg, Canada

#21 Oct 16, 2011
friend wrote:
And which vaccine did the injury???
How would I know? He received multiples each visit. Its the accumulated poisoning most likely.
Joe Krupinski FriendvBomb

Sea Cliff, NY

#22 Oct 16, 2011
Winnipeg Canada wrote:
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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.
Come on, FBomber, back up your theories about vaccine causing ALL of the autism cases. Don't leave it to Pharma or any other vaccine maker or government agency to fight your battle. That's irresponsible and reprehensible to just let your differences hang out there without a proper response. It really makes you seem distinterested when I know you're not.

Since: Jan 07

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#23 Oct 16, 2011
Really, "Its the accumulated poisoning most likely"?
It's genetic, most likely is what you really mean.
You read it here.

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#24 Oct 16, 2011
I can really see any study being done based on "most likely" a cause. That's the theory. It wasn't one, but them all, right? We can just look at the studies already done that say there's no link.
FBOMBER

Winnipeg, Canada

#25 Oct 16, 2011
Joe Krupinski FriendvBomb wrote:
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Come on, FBomber, back up your theories about vaccine causing ALL of the autism cases. Don't leave it to Pharma or any other vaccine maker or government agency to fight your battle. That's irresponsible and reprehensible to just let your differences hang out there without a proper response. It really makes you seem distinterested when I know you're not.
Translation Joe-bob
FBOMBER

Winnipeg, Canada

#26 Oct 16, 2011
friend wrote:
I can really see any study being done based on "most likely" a cause. That's the theory. It wasn't one, but them all, right? We can just look at the studies already done that say there's no link.
Sounds like your nonsense, what was I not thinking? Sadly a person has to teach you and Joe as if your in grade one. I'm not doing that because you are both hopless dolts.

Since: Jan 07

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#27 Oct 16, 2011
Oh lookee there, more name-calling. Maybe try coming up with something more plausible than "most likely" but book mark this page, it's worth reading more than once and he doesn't even yet realize why.
FBOMBER

Winnipeg, Canada

#28 Oct 16, 2011
friend wrote:
Oh lookee there, more name-calling. Maybe try coming up with something more plausible than "most likely" but book mark this page, it's worth reading more than once and he doesn't even yet realize why.
Its not name calling, its observation. Its like claiming autism is genetic by avoiding proper investigation of vaccine-cause.

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#29 Oct 16, 2011
That's what the bully in school always says. Name-calling is name-calling. It's your choice to keep trying to convince people of your opinion. No one can do any proper investigation, based on what "most likely" when you yourself don't even know? Just how does someone accumulate poison without anyone noticing?
FBOMBER

Winnipeg, Canada

#30 Oct 16, 2011
friend wrote:
That's what the bully in school always says. Name-calling is name-calling. It's your choice to keep trying to convince people of your opinion. No one can do any proper investigation, based on what "most likely" when you yourself don't even know? Just how does someone accumulate poison without anyone noticing?
You need to get some sleep, you are talking like a sleep-deprived looney.

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