I understand the joke, but I really can't stand when people talk about Autism like that. It's not all that bad. Sure, it's life adjusting and it has it's cons but just because someone is Autistic, doesn't mean that they are an abnormal species. My brother falls on the autistic spectrum and sure, he drives me up a wall BUT he's my brother. No matter the illness, Autism or not, we are all human -- just mentally different. Long comment I know, but someone had to say it.
@FruitLoopz, I blame society. I totally agree with you.
@FruitLoopz, yes I agree, although for the parents it doesn't allow them to live their life because they are constantly caring for their child until they die, but autism can make you love somebody even more. I knew Dylan Hockley, one of the children who was murdered during sandy hook, and it was devistating, and not just because of the tragedy, not just because somebody I knew died, but because he was always happy, always laughing and smiling, and had the ability to bring joy to a sea of negativity, and that was all because he had autism.
@CannonPenis69, First off, I am sorry for your loss. 2nd, I know what you mean.. Having a brother with autism isn't a cake walk.. And in regards to my mom, it isn't easy for her either. However, living with him has been a real treat. He's taught me responsibility, how to let loose and he always cheers me up.
@CannonPenis69, that was a really meaningful comment and very thoughtful.. But your user name kind of negated some of the sentimentality
@FruitLoopz, as somebody who has relatively minor Aspergers and has no problems with vaccinations (as long as they aren't forced on someone), I disagree. It isn't just a minor adjustment, even when the symptoms are as minor as mine... It is something worth fearing.
@FruitLoopz, so you literally surround yourself with retards?
@FruitLoopz, man, it’s not bad having autism, being on the higher end , it’s not horrible, just not understanding NVC(non verbal communication) that sucks...
I think stuck pixel just opened Pandora's box in the comments.
@invisble son, don't worry there's still hope, but it is still in the box
@Tenac, You there, I like you. You know your sh¡t, that's respectable.
@Tenac, Correct mythology reference. You are now more intelligent in my eyes than 90% of Hollywood.
@Tenac, intelligence is sexy
@NotMyFaultTheyreBig, there's more where that came from
@Tenac, talk to me
Even if you get the vaccine the zombies will still eat you
@Tenac, Maybe they're like the WWZ zombies.
@SirTickleTots, my good man, was that movie good? I heard mixed reviews, but I thought it looked interesting.
@Mr House, it was an ok movie the idea was great and the acting was phenominal on the zombies part but overall the way it is enacted it seems too short overall
@Mr House, I thought the movie was okay. The acting was great but I just didn't like the fact that the zombies could run and how fast they changed into zombies.
No, vaccines do NOT cause autism. Vaccinate your kid. It's not fair to THEM! :(
@jaybob11, you there are other things wrong with them besides that. There are mercury in some, you could have a bad reaction to another, and they gavemy grandma a new experimental one without even telling her that she reacted badly to.
@CaptainSwordsman, I was told by a pharmacist it has the same amount of mercury that you find in a serving of swordfish.
@jaybob11, I agree you are born autistic. It doesn't develop later in life. (From an aspie)
@CaptainSwordsman, it doesn't cause autism. Autism is a congenital brain abnormality. But yes, mercury poisoning can cause neurological damage. Impairment and autism are separate.
@CaptainSwordsman, there's more mercury in a tuna sandwich. A bad reaction could happen with any drug.
@Photo Finish, I didn't say it causes autism.
@CaptainSwordsman, mercury poisoning can cause neurological damage, but autism develops when the fetus does not develop right and in no way is correlated to a vaccine which is only a solution filled with malfunctioning viral cells so that your body develops T helper cells to identify the virus if it infects you. I am allergic to penicillin but had to take it as a baby once because they didnt know yet. I develop a cold or flu two times a year like clockwork because they had to try and flush my system of the vaccine as best as possible but atleast my body identifies it and i have not died of a cold yet (the cold virus killed a lot of people before a vaccine was developed) a vaccine is not filled with some medical junk, but certain types of bacteria and viruses that are dying so it cannot and will not cause anything except an allergic reaction which you find out ONLY if you take it. Its not like you are born with a list of allergies stapled to your umbilical chord
@jaybob11, My cousin was a completely happy child growing up. Smiled at everyone and everything. Had a certain light in his eye. But when he went to start kindergarten, he had to get vaccinated. The light in his eye was gone. He changed completely. The doctor said he developed Asperger's syndrome which is on the autism spectrum. It was so sad when it happened. They're afraid to get their daughter vaccinated because of his reaction.
@Thestonedtaco, Good God, did you even read my comment? I know how autism works. I never said it causes autism! I even said that I never said it causes autism already!
@Rasct, actually there is new research done that shows that autism is usually caused at birth but there are few who have a good gene and then years later, the gene is mutated. I work closely with the researchers
@jaybob11, plus everyone is born with a mild form of autism
Okay that information in that study was fudged years ago in order to make said scientist famous, but he openly admitted to lying so please allow your child a vaccine, it will only help them
I hate needles. I'm 19 and they make me cringe and squirm.
@Mike oxsbig, I'm 21 and I still have my mom come with me to get a shot or blood work done. Yes, she holds my hand too.
@Mike oxsbig, am I weird then? I love needles. I give blood because I think it feels cool
@Mike oxsbig, I'm 18 and I get my blood drawn every 3 weeks. I have a kidney disease, so I need to. Atleast I'm not afraid of needles anymore
Is that some magical shot that immunizes you against being eaten and mangled?
I'd rather be autistic than dead
@awkward silence, indeed
This woman clearly hasn't seen world war z
Actually the only reason that people believe vaccines cause autism is because of a test done a while ago. After the text was over it was found out that all the results were falsified.
It is your choice to vaccinate your children or not. My cousin was perfectly fine before he got his shots and after a set of shots, he was diagnosed as autistic. I can neither deny nor confirm that it was from the shots, it does make you wonder though. I have my shots but some of my siblings do not because we were affected negatively by them. Everytime one of us got shots, we ended up in the E.R. with our throats swelling shut. All I can say is you should definitely research the vaccination and talk to family members and see how they were affected before making the decision for your children.
@Andrew Wiggin, look, the fact that they found that he was autistic is concerning but had nothing to do with the shots. Yes, they sometimes have adverse effects but autism is congenital... I.e. from birth. Neural impairment and autism are separate things, people.
@Andrew Wiggin, here's the thing with autism: it doesn't begin really showing until around the age of three. However, there are some ways to notice it earlier, like with a babies hand size and other things. But just because your cousin was diagnosed after, does not mean that vaccinations had anything to do with it. My brother wasn't diagnosed until middle school but he had been showing the signs since he was a toddler. They didn't really understand autism when we were younger, so it took longer for a diagnoses. Over the years, they have been able to diagnose younger and younger. Your cousin may be the age where diagnoses often happened around that age. I do agree that it is important to research before you get a vaccination, but not for fear of autism.
@Andrew Wiggin, it was not from the shots. It should not be a choice. Vaccines prevent disease and its spread. Get educated.
@TheBookEscape, I'm with you there. Hell, I didn't even know I was an aspie until I was 23. Autism rates aren't changing, we're just getting better at diagnosing it.
I’d rather have a healthy immune system and get immunity naturally. 😊 you can’t survive dlck eating 25 cent soup and Cheetos.
Is that really a worry at that point
I don't know what autism is... so I guess it's funny?
We were doing this is biology today, but about mumps, measles and something else, I don't pay attention...
I wonder how many babies Jenny McCarthy had killed
I have to get two shots every week for the rest of my life because of my allergies.
Vaccine or no vaccine they would still die from all those zombies unless its like that movie i wont spoil
What good would immunity to zombie virus do if you would still get eaten alive?
@Reynosaurus, you would feel it all, instead of turning into a zombie midway through... Also I had the same comment
@Tenac, ah I didn't see your comment
Um, there's a shotgun right next to the door