Recent studies have shown that getting a needle stabbed into your skin is a lot like getting stabbed with a knife. You wouldn't stab your kid with a knife would you? So why would you let your doctor do it? Say no to Vaccines.
@AlyciaFear, As a side note you should also say no to surgery and might as well add modern medicine to it while we're at it. Go 100% natural and return to our human roots. Say yes to Natural Selection.
@AlyciaFear, Adding to that, did you know that eating food is introducing foreign bodies into your child's digestive system? Foreign bacteria can result in severe illness. Do you want to kill your kid?
@AlyciaFear, you ever drank water? Seems a bit too similar to drinking acid to me. Nooooo thank you
@AlyciaFear, wait you’re not supposed to stab your kids? Uh I guess I got this parenting thing all wrong.
@Gamzeez, hey it's ok. Third time's the charm, right?
@AlyciaFear, im sold, id never let mydoctor stab my kids whwn i can do it myself
@TheBigJ, you know 100% of people who drink water die?
I hope this isn’t real...
@Kamitha, the aftermath of Poe's Law is that no one knows what's fake anymore...
Why did the kid had to go and not the dumb ass parents?
I have experienced heavy metal
@Over Observant , I love heavy metal. I get vaccinated 2 times a week
Some people shouldn't breed
Ow the stupid it burns
While vaccines obviously don’t cause autism, they can on extremely rare occasions lead to death. This is no reason to be anti vaccine, as you are far more likely to die from whatever the vaccine protects against than the vaccine itself. I guess what I mean is that someone’s child really could die from a vaccine, and that’s sad, so don’t respond like “wow you’re so stupid, vaccines are perfectly safe” (I get that the post is a joke tho)
@Colts, the pros simply outweigh the cons and the likelihood of said cons by so much that there is no reason not to vaccinate. Really the only things that can happen in regards to it is the disease you’re being vaccinated for could overwhelm a weak immune system in very rare cases, or the individual was severely allergic to something in the vaccine.
So yes, not perfectly safe, but it’s so rare to happen.
@Cloverleaf, that’s essentially what I said. I said there is no reason to not vaccinate. I’m only adding that when a death happens, it’s still a tragedy like anything else, and we can be sad and mourn for that loss, not throw it in the faces of their loved ones and say that the vaccine didn’t cause the death (although many cases, the death probably isn’t related to the vaccine, but some cases it is)
That was so stupid, I’m afraid I might have eyeball cancer after reading that