Mad_Radhu: What is always awkward is when someone posts about some horrible thing, like baby seal rape, and the only option is to "like" it, so if you do hit that button it seems as if you like raping baby seals.
Aar1012: They also cured it with the thought of helping humanity as opposed to making millions in profit
Fluid: On the plus side, it makes you feel like you can influence these things.
brantgoose: I'm not saying that Facebook is the reason that the Nineteenth Century was so much more productive than the Stupid Ages, but it was Facebook.
Since1971: WRONG. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poliomyelitis#TreatmentThere's no cure for polio. There's a vaccine. So if you don't have it already and get vaccinated you won't get it. But it's not a cure. If you already have it, then you have it.I get what you're saying about social media, but please don't start attributing cures to diseases where there are none. I had a friend when I was a kid who had polio, he couldn't use his legs and there was no "cure". They eradicate it by vaccinating everybody and then it's not around anymore, hopefully.
brantgoose: Of course, when your brain is that close to both of your hearts, you tend to get worked up faster than a Tennessee Fainting Goat.Aren't I clever? I worked Tennessee Fainting Goats into a thread about polio and jokes about Facebook.I am the King of Digression!
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