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It was Dan's premature death that made me think, "there isn't a God."
%^%$#@@*&^ TRUMP and #@%^&*$% POLITICO
Toggle Commented 2 days ago on Trump To Help Flu Shot Uptake??? at AGE OF AUTISM
I don't watch these shows, but to the young 19 year old young lady, you have a harder row to hoe, but you will ultimately be victorious and will have enough true friends to see you are a genuine real person possessing compassion that so many others lack. You are a gift. Unique rare and needed on this crazy planet.
Laura---maybe someone will start a list of the top 100, make that the top 1000 ridiculous articles that are published only to demean those who have experienced the truth about vaccines and not the myth that they are safe and effective. From that ridiculous article originally published in 2015 and updated in 2017: "We need everyone to do their part. If just a few people freeload, they can get the benefits without the risks." Just what would those RISKS be? Anybody know exactly the risks they refer, that the article omits? That's a rhetorical question.
Gary we must be looking through the same looking glass.
Eindeker and John -- The tragic story of "Catherine Montantes was a 28-year-old college student, training to become a border patrol agent, and recently diagnosed with an autoimmune disorder." She succumbed to pneumonia after measles, despite having been vaccinated. Her autoimmune disorder DERMATOMYOSITIS had me look here "There have also been some reports in which dermatomyositis has appeared to occur following certain vaccinations or the use of particular medications (i.e., penicillamine, the statins, quinidine, and phenylbutazone). Dermatomyositis may be initiated or exacerbated following silicone breast implants or collagen injections. However, the implications of such findings remain unknown and more data is required to establish the association. " In a perfect world where science is not politicized, John, Jenny Allan, and Eindeker would really benefit from a full clinical history of Catherine Montantes and on some planet co-author a paper on their findings.
Montana NAR, you got me to go looking. Couldn't access exactly but found this: Kagan, the first to be asked, recalled in a recent interview, “There was never a question. I decided I wouldn’t do it. I couldn’t imagine approaching a patient and asking for his permission to inject him with live cancer cells. I certainly wouldn’t consider it unless we got consent. That was the key, informed consent.”.......... Over the decades there have been numerous instances of equally cavalier researchers involved in unethical experimentation. Be it in mental asylums, orphanages, prisons, hospitals or the military, the lives of ill informed and vulnerable test subjects have been routinely placed at risk. And all too often those who knew better and could have prevented or stopped egregious and injurious acts remained silent. Pity that more doctors didn’t follow the example of three Brooklyn physicians who knew right from wrong, understood what was ethical and what was not, and had the courage to say, “No, I will not place a patient at risk.” Times have changed.
Eindeker-- Table 1 Characteristics of subacute sclerosing panencephalitis (SSPE) cases in Germany from 2003 to 2009. You have to use the slide bars because the table is multiple columns wide. No I did not open the first reference on time trends.
Take a look at the photo of Lydia Polgreen on the Huffington Post site. Arms crossed: When someone crosses their arms, it usually means that they're closed for arguments. [Don't bother me with facts, I believe in misinformation from authority figures] By crossing the arms, a barrier is put in front of the body, as some sort of protection. Putting an object in front of you may be the same signal. Another reason for crossing arms may be that you're feeling vulnerable or insecure. I see arrogance
Eindeker, as I'm looking at Table 1 of the study you referenced, its unclear to me the significance of the last column indicating "first and second vaccination." For instance: The third patient diagnosed with SSPE at age 8, but was given the measles or mmr at age 1 and 4. Doesn't that muddy the interpretation of the study? As with many studies I would like more information.
Aimee, Cia and Grace--As I recall didn't they like Jay Leno and media mock Stella Liebeck. I may not recall and should look it up, but I think she never fully recovered from physical and emotional injuries. Once again there was a pervasive false narrative which served McDonalds
Cia, it is my belief in God that we will put them in that hole one way or another.
Aimee, you gave me a chuckle which is always good for my well-being. From Wikipedia on Pink Floyd: The group first referred to themselves as the Pink Floyd Sound in late 1965. Barrett created the name on the spur of the moment when he discovered that another band, also called the Tea Set, were to perform at one of their gigs.[20] The name is derived from the given names of two blues musicians whose Piedmont blues records Barrett had in his collection, Pink Anderson and Floyd Council.[21]
Toggle Commented Jul 8, 2019 on Us and Them at AGE OF AUTISM
I'm writing in Age of Autism.
An elaborate act of bullshit otherwise known as a dog and pony show.
Han's thanks for that link. “Beliefs are hard to change especially when they’re based in fear [ or dogma and indoctrination],” adds osteopathic family physician Paul Ehrmann.
Meghan McCain is just the most recent example of Pro-Vaccine Injury Spectrum Disorder (PVISD). Bob you have correctly recognized the most characteristic symptoms/behaviors--cruelty, insensitivity, arrogance; but the hallmark is profound ignorance which leads many with PVISD to perseverate to maintain their ignorance. It is indeed a pathology we recognize. Those afflicted who have an audience are boldly eager to display their disorder. Peter Hotez, Paul Offit, and many mainstream media editors and writers, plenty in the medical profession all have it. It appears to be communicable but the mechanism is not clear. Lacking critical thinking makes one vulnerable, but indoctrination leaves many hopelessly incurable. If PVISD is caught early enough, education is quite effective. PVISD maybe called by other names and readers should feel free to add to the medical literature.
Teresa, Thank you for this recent information. I was wondering if the link you posted in the McGinnis-Rimland paper was the link you intended. This is a better link and you don't have the read the bull-shit reasons for the paper being withdrawn. Thank you for taking all of us on this journey to recover Megan's health and so many other Megans in our world.
Toggle Commented Jun 25, 2019 on IVIG, Autism and Immune Dysfunction at AGE OF AUTISM
By demand, the short buses had to get longer. Short buses now are for the healthy least-vaccinated.
Sanford, The case that Kent is referring is the Hannah Poling case. Here's just one article to read; there are plenty
Toggle Commented Jun 24, 2019 on THE SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME at AGE OF AUTISM
Thank you Cathy, your writing about your family always touches my heart and soul. Someday Ronan will tell us more.
Kim thank you for your commentary and with Bob's comment they are both bookends to the deplorable sad state of affairs. I remember some years ago that Ted Kennedy wrote about not wanting to be around when the wheels come off the trolley. He's not around, THE WHEELS ARE COMING OFF THE TROLLEY. We know it.
Thank you Klara Eliza for your detailed explanation.
I have never had the desire or felt the need to own a weapon. I guess I have been lucky or fortunate to feel secure in my community, in my country. I no longer have that sense of security. I imagine the Jews who were herded into the Warsaw ghetto might have felt the same until fascism. “Those who make peaceful revolution [change] impossible will make violent revolution inevitable." John Fitzgerald Kennedy
This was on NPR a couple of days ago: "Desperation And Broken Trust When Schools Restrain Students Or Lock Them In Rooms" Every time Jennifer Tidd's son was secluded or restrained at school, she received a letter from his teachers. Her son has autism and behavioral issues, and over three years — from 2013 to 2016 — Tidd got 437 of those letters............ ...........Restraint and seclusion are most often used on students with disabilities or special needs — children like Tidd's son. Those terms can mean anything from holding or using restraints on students to isolating them in a separate room or space.