Priorities Worked Out. . Immunity against zombism or no, you' re not vaccinating us. That thing causes autism, don' t you know.. my knowledge on such things is a little rusty but i am almost sure you can't develop Autism outside the womb. Priorities Worked Out Immunity against zombism or no you' re not vaccinating us That thing causes autism don' t you know my knowledge on such things is a little rusty but i am almost sure can't develop Autism outside the womb
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#1 - restfullwicked
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my knowledge on such things is a little rusty but i am almost sure you can't develop Autism outside the womb.
#2 to #1 - anon id: 531b30fd
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Well, noone really knows what causes autism. That's the problem. But some dumbass in England wrote a report saying that vaccinations cause autism because he got paid to say that it did. Since then he has announced that he lied and had his medical license revoked....even so there are many people who still believe this to be true even though the guy was lying!! People are stupid....
#3 to #2 - restfullwicked
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well you call him a dumbass but people actually believed him so i would rather not think about what that makes the rest of us.
thanks for clearing it up mind. never understood why people think they caused autism. there are no cases of adults developing it so i had just assumed it couldn't be done for kids either.
User avatar #18 to #3 - organiclead
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People like to have something to blame. It gives them feeling of control in cases where there just isn't any. It's the reason we have so many luck based rituals around and develop some really odd superstitions in our hobbies and lives in general.
User avatar #57 to #18 - ManicalMayhem
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After a bit more research,
Mercury effect on the brain....
"At age seven, we saw that the more mercury they were exposed to in the womb, the worse they were off in terms of language skills, attention span, motor speed, things like that."
Source: http://harvardmagazine.com/2004/05/mercury-on-the-brain.html
and now...
"Thimerosal is a mercury-containing organic compound (an organomercurial). Since the 1930s, it has been widely used as a preservative in a number of biological and drug products, including many vaccines, to help prevent potentially life threatening contamination with harmful microbes."
Source: www.fda.gov/BiologicsBloodVaccines/SafetyAvailability/VaccineSafety/UCM096228

so it's not far fetched to say that vaccines to have a negative effect on the brain, however I myself would rather have a vaccine with no mercury, than one with even trace amounts for young infants.
User avatar #147 to #57 - organiclead
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That's like saying you'll never let your kid drink tap water because they might get arsenic in their system.
User avatar #302 to #147 - ManicalMayhem
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Kids =/= Infants... I would never give tap water to an infant as well.
User avatar #315 to #302 - organiclead
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So, theoretically, you would be willing to get them immunized when they're a bit older? Say, 5? Before they go to school and get exposed to a lot of other germy kids?
#4 to #1 - anon id: 15199d25
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The idea was brought about and made popular by an ex-pornstar with no scientific evidence or experience and just wanted something to blame. So yeah...can be widely ignored.
User avatar #208 to #4 - brenton
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False. It was a doctor with no scientific evidence, but with experience, and just wanted something to make him famous.
#10 to #1 - anon id: b56028e1
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There was some doctor who said vaccines cause autism.
His research was made up and he lost his medical license as a result.
However some equally retarded people started spreading it and now people actually believe it.
#214 to #10 - bummerdrummer
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"some equally retarded people"

>U.S. Congresswoman Michelle Bachmann


#20 to #1 - anon id: 0f298246
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In cases of children recently getting vaccinations, quite a few have been diagnosed with autism afterwards.
#204 to #20 - SilentRaver
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I think you're on to something with that logic. Let me try one!   
   
In cases of adults who were cuddled as babies, quite a few have been diagnosed with AIDS.   
Cuddling babies gives them AIDS.   
   
I should be a scientist!
I think you're on to something with that logic. Let me try one!

In cases of adults who were cuddled as babies, quite a few have been diagnosed with AIDS.
Cuddling babies gives them AIDS.

I should be a scientist!
#56 to #20 - anon id: ade2fe31
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******* *********
#63 to #56 - anon id: 08659a25
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no, no. It's actually quite possible. Kids are often vaccinated before being diagnosed with autism. However, this means nothing. Kids probably already had autism to begin with
User avatar #195 to #1 - fyaq
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my brother use to be fine then after his vaccinations he just kinda changed. now hes 20 with the mind of an 8 year old.

so im not completely sure.
#252 to #1 - kweel
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Have you ever been to /B/?
#17 to #1 - mankbeast
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I like how everyone answered you with a totally different answer.
#37 to #17 - restfullwicked
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humanity at its finest. i wouldnt have it any other way.
#52 to #1 - fecal
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Not exactly true. I have an adopted brother that developed autism because he consistently had too little to eat in his first two years which impeded the development of his brains. Still this vaccine causes autism thing is ********
User avatar #211 to #1 - nexdemise
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Yeah, the guy who tried to link autism to vaccinations fabricated data and lost his medical license as a result, however as we all know stupid ideas last a very long time even after being disproved.
User avatar #47 to #1 - zarallyn
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You are right, this isnt true
User avatar #182 to #1 - dinosawtacos
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She's a woman meaning that she's the womb.
Meaning that she's Autism.
User avatar #9 - forgetfulperson
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Despite getting immunity, you're still gonna be eaten..
User avatar #14 to #9 - RisenLichen
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Depending on the type of zombie you're talking about.
User avatar #19 to #14 - songemot
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Yeah. There is a shotgun and a chair... could be survivable, depending on what kind of zombies those are.
User avatar #58 to #19 - mrcocoabeans
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but there's also two women... they'll stop you one way or another even though they're 'helping'
User avatar #158 to #58 - songemot
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Well you kill the women first, obviously.
#23 - greenimp
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Fun fact for you all, the guy who linked Autism and vaccinations was conclusively discredited and had his doctorate stripped.



Also, go talk to someone who grew up with polio as a child before you refuse to vaccinate your child. Those childhood diseases are horrifying.
#48 to #23 - lilbigjoethefool
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Recently, an Italian court ruled that the MMR vaccine caused autism, and the U.S. media blacked it out.


So....
uh..
yeah
User avatar #53 to #48 - brenton
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Yes. Because the increasing ability to diagnose disorders had nothing to do with those statistics...
User avatar #85 to #53 - RandomAnonGuy
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Nor the fact that people are having children later in life which is associated with several major genetic diseases.
#154 to #48 - teenytinyspider
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Source? And think that could be because, I don't know, the population has increased?
User avatar #262 to #154 - honkan
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Population increases won't effect these kind of statistics. 1 out of 50 in a population is the same relative amount if there is 10000 people or 100000000 people.
#194 to #154 - anon id: 8e0df4b9
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It's a relative proportion. A change in the absolute population will not affect it ideally. Of course, the real world is not ideal, and a heightened reproductive rate in those more prone to autistic offspring could indeed contribute, though not significantly.
#131 to #48 - dwarfman
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#31 to #23 - anon id: dfd02903
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but pretty much all doctors disagree with this. If you decide to actually look at it instead of blurting out what the media has forced down your throats you'll see theres a bit more to the story. Pretty much all countries have banned the MMR or at least stopped using it, even if it doesn't cause or somehow trigger autism something about it is not right.
TL;DR don't give your kids MMR just give the single M and M shots
User avatar #145 to #31 - brenton
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I don't think shots of chocolate candies will do much to stave off rubella.
User avatar #30 to #23 - ironsoul
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My grandma had polio when she was 7, and she still can't walk or use her right arm.
User avatar #34 to #23 - dinkcool
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If i remember correctly he even got thrown in jail for a period of time.
User avatar #32 to #23 - templarofsteel
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Wait... So there are actually still people around who believe vaccines cause autism?
User avatar #40 to #32 - mooghens
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Unfortuneatly, yes.
If such specimens are encountered, please euthanize them immediately.
#93 to #32 - anon id: cc0b69e2
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Yes, its smaller number now but I know there is an entire town in Oregon that believes this still and refuses to vaccinate.
User avatar #117 to #93 - hektoroftroy
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oregon is the nicholas cage of states.
nobody would go there if they had sales tax
#50 - brenton
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MFW stupid bitches actually believe their children can acquire a congenital genetic disorder from a vaccine.
#59 to #50 - anon id: aa32c55d
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As annoying as it is, you can't blame the parents on this one. The media made a massive deal out of that stupid paper saying autism was caused by that vaccine, so of course loads of people will believe it. Funnily enough now that the paper has been completely rubbished I hardly heard anything about it in the media.
User avatar #65 to #59 - brenton
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I doubt there is a single person out there, who believes the lie, that hasn't heard at least someone tell them that it can't be true. If they didn't take the time after that to actually do a little simple research, yes, you can blame the parents. For those who have never heard anyone say that their beliefs are based on lies, though, I see your point.
#97 to #59 - gisuar
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if you aren't sure about it see different doctors and ask them about it they will all tell you the same thing probably that the benefits outweigh the risks. I don't want to say there are none but they are reduced to a minimum if this didn't happen those vaccines wouldn't be legal at all.
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User avatar #67 to #60 - konradkurze
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if they EVER made something that actually fought cancer, then where would hospitals get money from all the cancer treatment facilities, i agree that it might promote cancer

just like flu shots....i have NEVER had one, and every season when doctors bitch about 'this big bad super flu is coming, get your shot" i see people who got the shot, STILL get major colds and flu....while my normal immune system lets me walk away pretty much flu free

if they ever actually treated any kind of medical malady, where would repeat patients come from?
#96 to #67 - gisuar
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it's actually just a vaccine for about 80% of viruses which might cause uterus cancer not cancer itself
#110 to #96 - anon id: 9294fa04
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no its a vaccine for the one virus that causes 99.9% of the uterus neck cancers.

either get facts, or dont post. its really simple.
#118 to #110 - gisuar
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and that's the reason why you post as anon? there are at least two types of hpv (16 and 18) who are the reason for 70% of cervical cancer not just one.
#120 to #118 - anon id: 9294fa04
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... there are two ways to get cancer down there.

natural mutation of the cells, and the hpv's
hpv's cause 99,9%, natural mutation is the 0,1% left remaining.

also, why would it matter under what name i post if were talking about science.
#122 to #120 - gisuar
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the vaccine still doesn't work against every hpv out there just those two and not one like you said and those are "just" causing 70% (well not 80%) of cervical cancer
User avatar #240 to #67 - rainbowrush
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In developed countries, hospitals are there to help people, not make money.
User avatar #292 to #240 - konradkurze
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so EVERYONE who needs medical help gets it right....the hospitals apparently never turn away poor people or ones with bad credit?
and for the ones they do help....they like the keep them in longer than they need 'just to make sure' but otherwise keeping on billing them for staying
#294 to #292 - rainbowrush
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I had a brain tumor. The operation was free and I was released two weeks before normal.
User avatar #295 to #294 - konradkurze
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Free?
wtf country do you live in? and how did that come free?
User avatar #296 to #295 - rainbowrush
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It was almost free. Parking space cost a *******, unfortunately. I think it's bout $10-15 for a parking space every check-up once every 5 years.

I live in Norway.
User avatar #297 to #296 - konradkurze
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AHA Norway, far away from greedy bastard america

Nordics look out for their people
i def need to study your corner of the world more
User avatar #299 to #297 - rainbowrush
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We have the best economic system, but our politicians have ****** up our roads with all their games and we have the worst housing economy system in the world. It's getting better, tho.
User avatar #300 to #299 - konradkurze
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well not everywhere is perfect, but at least youre healthy without shoveling pills down your throats like other countries do
#109 to #67 - anon id: 9294fa04
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you really think theres no money in curing cancer.

you sir, are a retard.

i honestly dont see why id try to explain myself, you can only be this stupid if you have refused to listen to anyone intelligent for your entire life.

just know that what you said made me laugh, and cry
User avatar #298 to #109 - konradkurze
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there would be money in curing cancer, yes, but to guarantee repeat business, they will induce cancer in people to create patients for the treatment
User avatar #79 to #67 - RandomAnonGuy
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People like you confuse and annoy the **** out of me.
User avatar #75 to #67 - Keoul
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To be fair the vaccine doesn't "fight" cancer it simply lessens the chance of you contracting it.
You could just be lucky with a strong immune system, for all I know you exercise daily, eat a healthy diet. Not everyone does that and the vaccine is for those people or simply as backup.

Then again I have no goddamn clue how they made a "vaccine" for cancer, last I checked cancer was uncontrolled cell growth due to cell mutations in the DNA and a vaccine was a weaker version of a virus that allowed the immune system to detect and remember the virus so when the real deal comes it can deal with it quicker thus you don't feel sick and get over it quicker.

Also there are other diseases to cure, like STDs and AIDs, I'm sure they'll get their money from somewhere.
User avatar #76 to #75 - konradkurze
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i didnt say they have made a vaccine for cancer, im implying they wont because its one of the many ailments they want people to get and pay for medical treatment to fight it

they have a medication for AIDS, but it doesnt cure it, it just allows the infected to stay alive despite the disease....meaning they get to live as long as they can buy the meds - aka ongoing profit to the medical industry

User avatar #64 to #60 - syrenthra
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whelp, don't feel bad, you are not the only one that finds that rage inducing
#151 to #60 - teenytinyspider
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Have you seen the commercial for the Guardia or whatever it is? It's the vaccine for HPV. One of the side-affects it said,"In some cases, sudden death was reported." Uh...what!?
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#161 to #157 - teenytinyspider
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I understand what you're saying, but I feel the vaccine is a little too new right now. Some of the side affects seem to outweigh the risk and it only protects against some of the viruses. I've seen some comments that say 80% to 90% but I've heard only 40%.
#188 to #60 - anon id: 97101c97
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The biggest issues with this vaccination was the immense cost for relative little benefits, with potential negative side-effects.

We're talking about something that cost tens of millions of euro's. "but all the people it saves!". About 520 women are diagnosed with this form of cancer a year in this country. The vaccin IS NOT GUARENTEED. It reduced the chance of getting a certain virus, and this virus is the largest (but not the only!) thing to cause this form of cancer.

Also, the vaccin wears off! After 5 years, every women would have to be vaccinated again. It also only protects if you havent been sexually active to begin with.
So, a very expensive vaccin that made someone a ******* of money, that isnt by any stretch a reliable measure, that has to be periodically re-applied (costing even more money) to treat a form of cancer that is very rare!

That money could've been spend saving, and improving, many more lives then it ended up doing. Just saying.
#317 to #60 - anon id: ae60b8c6
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OPEN a book for a change you may find out there was more to .. I love this.. people would agree that you are what you eat.. how can so many people disagree on things put into your bloodstream can potentially affect you biologically.. tell me how the thinking is different?
#115 - gibroner
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the doctor who published the study that claimed a link between vaccination and autism lost his medical license for making false data to support his claim
User avatar #137 to #115 - metalmind
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I turned out he was paid off by lawyers trying to win a case that depended on vaccinations beeing unsafe.
#44 - betesta
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wat.
#45 to #44 - betesta
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you can fill in any letter after it and it gets weird answers.
User avatar #29 - zorororonoa
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Immunity against zombism wont turn you into a zombie sure, but you are still ****** when a group like that tears you apart.
#105 - ghouleyed
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Immunity wouldn't be good at that situation since they would be eaten alive anyways.   
   
   
   
Only if they had guns they could get out of there alive.
Immunity wouldn't be good at that situation since they would be eaten alive anyways.



Only if they had guns they could get out of there alive.
User avatar #111 to #105 - laspussy
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I inquire the origins of this gif good sir
User avatar #126 to #105 - alstorp
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Depends. If it's airborne. They need it.
User avatar #134 to #126 - ghouleyed
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Well they'd be pretty much zombies already since door or windows don't seem to be airtight.
#168 to #105 - anon id: a0d99f72
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but they could run away easier, plus now they can run through the group instead of running away
they may get bites but not infected
User avatar #179 to #168 - ghouleyed
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Don't think they could run trough that crowd and if they would fall to the ground they'd be eaten alive.
#113 to #105 - Rileto
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I give a thumb whenever I don't have to type my comment because somebody else already has.  Here you go sir
I give a thumb whenever I don't have to type my comment because somebody else already has. Here you go sir
#78 - crazyolitis
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Natural selection, then? I mean, she gave that child her genes...