From: Happy Oyster on
On Sat, 26 Sep 2009 16:24:00 -0700 (PDT), Jan Drew <jdrew63929(a)aol.com> wrote:

>On Sep 26, 3:29?pm, Jeffrey Peter Joseph Utz LIAR NOT
><kidsdoc2...(a)hotmail.com> wrote:
>
>Garbage without a shred of proof.

Jan Drew, the liar and stalker, in her element, foaming with hate. And so damned
stupid that she even cannot count to 2. THIS WOMAN dares to make medical claims.
THIS WOMAN dares to want proof - and she herself is so bloody stupid and so full
of hate, that she only lies, lies, lies, and insults, defames, calls employers,
and so on. AND she calls herself a christian. A church of hate...
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From: Mark Probert on
On Sep 26, 12:20 pm, Mindy <usrc...(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sep 26, 8:53 am, "john" <nos...(a)bt.com> wrote:>  Autism Linked To Swine Flu Vaccinehttp://www.express.co.uk/posts/view/130053/-Autism-link-to-swine-flu-...
> > The vaccine includes an additive that could be linked to autism
> > BRITAIN'S swine flu vaccine contains an additive dropped from children's
> > jabs five years ago over fears it is linked to autism. The vaccine contains
> > the mercury-based compound Thimerosal, which has not been used in childhood
> > vaccines since 2004. It was removed from jabs in America 10 years ago
>
> ---
> So, what you are trying to tell me is... that since the Thimerosal has
> been removed from childhood vaccines, there have been no new cases of
> Autism?!?!(sarcasm emphasised)
>
> There are plenty of adults, who never recieved the MMR(main vaccine
> blamed) that are on the spectrum.  So where is the 'link' there?
>
> Vaccines contain many icky things, but so does processed food and
> drinks.  Unless one isolates themselves on a desert isle they will
> always be subject to icky things...
>
> Oh that''s right!  There's icky things there too.
>
>  after
>
> > issues were raised by the US Public Health Service. UK Government / WHO
> > vaccines drug dealer Professor David Salisbury defended its use in Swine Flu
> > vaccines.
> > Express Reporter, Daily Express/The One Click Group
>
> I don't understand why, if something has been banned for use in
> vaccines in the US, why it would be allowed to be used in any current
> vaccines, no matter how rushed they are to get the vaccine out.  Why
> put it in there at all?
>
> I do not understand why a company who is supposed to be making things
> to protect people would knowingly and intentionally use such a
> controversial ingrediant, when they have proven that vaccines CAN be
> made without it.

You must have flunked Illogic 101 and Conspiracy Theory 102.

If you had passed, you would understand.

:)

BTW, your post was funny and right on.

From: Mark Probert on
On Sep 26, 5:25 pm, Peter Parry <pe...(a)wpp.ltd.uk> wrote:
> On Sat, 26 Sep 2009 16:53:43 +0100, "john" <nos...(a)bt.com> wrote:
> > Autism Linked To Swine Flu Vaccine
>
> That isn't actually what the quoted article in the Express (not a
> particularly authoritative source in its own right) said.
>
> >The vaccine includes an additive that could be linked to autism
>
> It didn't say that either.
>
> Accuracy isn't your strong point is it?
>
> >The One Click Group
>
> Ah, this is your source. A site run by a woman of many identities
> whose job, before she decided to become an "activist" was in making
> dog food commercials.  

That exlplains it. Every time I read that site, I scratch myself.

Some sites have virii, this one has fleas.

From: Jeff on
Jan Drew wrote:
> On Sep 26, 12:21�pm, Jeffrey Peter Joseph Utz NOT
> <kidsdoc2...(a)hotmail.com> wrote:
>
> Still lying about being a kidsdoc.
>
> Refuses to provide proof.
>
> Thus, nothing he posts can be believe, except from the lying *gang*.

Where did I say I am a pediatrician?

Jeff
From: Mindy on
On Sep 26, 6:06 pm, Mark Probert <mark.prob...(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sep 26, 12:20 pm, Mindy <usrc...(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
>
>
>
> > On Sep 26, 8:53 am, "john" <nos...(a)bt.com> wrote:>  Autism Linked To Swine Flu Vaccinehttp://www.express.co.uk/posts/view/130053/-Autism-link-to-swine-flu-...
> > > The vaccine includes an additive that could be linked to autism
> > > BRITAIN'S swine flu vaccine contains an additive dropped from children's
> > > jabs five years ago over fears it is linked to autism. The vaccine contains
> > > the mercury-based compound Thimerosal, which has not been used in childhood
> > > vaccines since 2004. It was removed from jabs in America 10 years ago
>
> > ---
> > So, what you are trying to tell me is... that since the Thimerosal has
> > been removed from childhood vaccines, there have been no new cases of
> > Autism?!?!(sarcasm emphasised)
>
> > There are plenty of adults, who never recieved the MMR(main vaccine
> > blamed) that are on the spectrum.  So where is the 'link' there?
>
> > Vaccines contain many icky things, but so does processed food and
> > drinks.  Unless one isolates themselves on a desert isle they will
> > always be subject to icky things...
>
> > Oh that''s right!  There's icky things there too.
>
> >  after
>
> > > issues were raised by the US Public Health Service. UK Government / WHO
> > > vaccines drug dealer Professor David Salisbury defended its use in Swine Flu
> > > vaccines.
> > > Express Reporter, Daily Express/The One Click Group
>
> > I don't understand why, if something has been banned for use in
> > vaccines in the US, why it would be allowed to be used in any current
> > vaccines, no matter how rushed they are to get the vaccine out.  Why
> > put it in there at all?
>
> > I do not understand why a company who is supposed to be making things
> > to protect people would knowingly and intentionally use such a
> > controversial ingrediant, when they have proven that vaccines CAN be
> > made without it.
>
> You must have flunked Illogic 101 and Conspiracy Theory 102.
>
> If you had passed, you would understand.
>
> :)
>
> BTW, your post was funny and right on.
-----
I'm glad someone found it humorous! Thank You.
I like to think I am a logical thinker and have good common sense most
of the time. Even when I'm wrong(due to lack of knowledge/mis
informed) I don't realize it until the facts are shown to me or I
discover them on my own.

I did not completely fail 'conspiracy theory 102 - beleive me, I have
a few. I just read so much stuff here and many of the regular posters
never give legitimate links to the facts.

When I dig deep enough into the CDC website, I find some pretty scary
stats. But I realize too, that because I am not a scientist, medical
professional or a biologist, I can't completely understand what
everything means.

I love the internet. No matter what direction I want to sway my
opinion to, I can find enough info. to let me sway whatever direction
I want to and do it with confidense!

I wish every decision I ever had to make was simple cut and dry with
no bull sh-t to dig through.

It does not matter to me what I beleive when it comes to discussions.
When someone does not seem 'logical' in their post, I can argue or
debate the opposite quite well most of the time. And when it is
something I truly believe in or feel strongly about, even better.

For some reason, john's post this time seemed shallow enough that it
irritated me.;-)

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