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2014-02-28 03:17:45 PM  

Ficoce: thamike: Ficoce: thamike: Ficoce: This is ignorant and stupid:  what follows

Thanks for presenting the facts, sorry for being such a dumb fark.

No problem, you're welcome!

What facts?

Table II

http://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/preview/mmwrhtml/mm6307md.htm?s_cid=mm6307md _w


Yeah, but what's the point of presenting them if you gloss over and completely misrepresent them?  Ignorant and stupid indeed.

mcreadyblue: thamike: mcreadyblue: thamike: meat0918: Jesus Christ.

When did anti vaccination nuts start with the false equivolence with abortion????

They didn't.  It's just anti-choice nuts trying to find a another fanclub under false pretenses.

Just pointing out that Liberals and Conservatives are much more similar than people realize.

More similar than which people realize?  And who gives a sh*t?

Obviously you a great deal or otherwise you would not have spent the time crafting a witty reply.


There was nothing witty about my reply, I just think your point about "liberals and conservatives" serves absolutely no purpose.  Not even a superficial funny one.  None.
 
2014-02-28 03:20:32 PM  
Don't think this is a problem of my glossing, but you not even even scanning the facts.
 
2014-02-28 03:20:32 PM  

thamike: Ficoce: thamike: Ficoce: thamike: Ficoce: This is ignorant and stupid:  what follows

Thanks for presenting the facts, sorry for being such a dumb fark.

No problem, you're welcome!

What facts?

Table II

http://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/preview/mmwrhtml/mm6307md.htm?s_cid=mm6307md _w

Yeah, but what's the point of presenting them if you gloss over and completely misrepresent them?  Ignorant and stupid indeed.

mcreadyblue: thamike: mcreadyblue: thamike: meat0918: Jesus Christ.

When did anti vaccination nuts start with the false equivolence with abortion????

They didn't.  It's just anti-choice nuts trying to find a another fanclub under false pretenses.

Just pointing out that Liberals and Conservatives are much more similar than people realize.

More similar than which people realize?  And who gives a sh*t?

Obviously you a great deal or otherwise you would not have spent the time crafting a witty reply.

There was nothing witty about my reply, I just think your point about "liberals and conservatives" serves absolutely no purpose.  Not even a superficial funny one.  None.


But, you just can't let it go. It means you care very very deeply.

So deeply, you will even reply to this.
 
2014-02-28 03:21:25 PM  

Mikey1969: darth_badger: ZAZ: If I were a hacker I would intercept the video and insert advertising in its place.

"Before you make the decision on whether to vaccinate your children, let me tell you about the benefits of Rambo grade tinfoil pajamas..."

Insert an infomercial ....

[www.celebritybabyscoop.com image 850x703]

That thing must be pretty damn stretched out. Jesus, HOW many kids has she had now?


3/4 of a real kid and one Tommy Lee.... and the '80's.
 
Ant
2014-02-28 03:21:47 PM  
No religious exemptions should be allowed. Only valid medical issues should be considered a good reason not to vaccinate.
 
Ant
2014-02-28 03:22:55 PM  

Calmamity: It's child abuse, and it's not just your own children you are abusing, you goddamn fu*ksocks.


This times eleventy-billion
 
2014-02-28 03:23:13 PM  

doloresonthedottedline: Also if you consider having a wand shoved up your lady bits the same as having to watch a video for an hour. TOTALLY the same.


You know, just like WATCHING porn is the same as BEING IN porn.
 
2014-02-28 03:23:42 PM  

Ficoce: Don't think this is a problem of my glossing, but you not even even scanning the facts.


I think this is a problem with you misrepresenting the facts.  if you care to articulate your point, I will respond to it without being a sh*tbrick.
 
2014-02-28 03:24:49 PM  

Egoy3k: Dr Dreidel: Mikey1969: Just learn to farknig parent, people, stuff like this is simple. Kids don't have to like shots, but nothing says that they have to be scared to death.

Jesus. Seriously.

I stepped on a piece of a Corona bottle last June, and needed 6 stitches in the bottom of my foot. I didn't realize this at the time, but under that thick skin on your sole are roughly the same amount of nerves as your palm. I get to a clinic, and they're about to give me the topical anesthetic so they can sew me up. The doc says "This'll hurt, you ready?" and then they stab me.

Holy Cthulu mother of Baphomet and sister to Mary, Zeus, and Dick Cheney, that farking hurt more than stepping on the glass did. But I got stitched up, and it's healed nicely.

Medicine sometimes hurts. You know what hurts more? Sepsis.

I know exactly how that feels and you may have undersold it.  When I was about 12 or 13 my brother left a drinking glass on the stairs while cleaning his bedroom.  I stepped on it and it broke under my foot.  I was hopping up and down on one foot saying something like "ow, glass, glass, glass, glass, ow." when my mother come around the corner and found blood everywhere, completely freaked out, and took me to the ER.  The needle for the topical anesthetic though, lets just say I had some explaining to do about where I learned a few words.


The idea is that since it's topical, its effect doesn't spread far, so they stick the thing in and work it around to spread the anesthetic around and cover enough area to numb the area getting the stitches. Same thing they do at the dentist. Both processes suck, and as I said in a post higher up, one time on my hand, I told the doc I'd just tough out the pain rather than have him keep jabbing me with that farking needle... God that sucks.
 
2014-02-28 03:25:04 PM  

mcreadyblue: Tigger: mcreadyblue:

So the way the Polio vaccine works is YOU get inoculated and if you interact with a person suffering from Polio, you are safe, they cannot make you sick.

Works the same for SmallPox, Typhoid,

I thought at the beginning that you were joking but you are in fact this much of an idiot.

Vaccines require 90 or so percent of the population to get vaccinated to work.

You may be confused about herd immunity where the vaccinated pass on a form of immunity to the non-vaccinated thru contact.


In your case the vaccine may well have caused retardation.
 
2014-02-28 03:26:08 PM  

Free Radical: Since most of these "nope" idiots are rural conservatives, I really don't have a problem with their offspring dying off sooner rather than later.

The problem is that it also affects other innocent children.


1) That's a really shiatty attitude to take regardless of who the parents are

2) Anti-vaxxers are almost exactly evenly spread across the political spectrum.  They are more common on the edges, but only marginally so.
 
2014-02-28 03:26:19 PM  

Dr Dreidel: doloresonthedottedline: Also if you consider having a wand shoved up your lady bits the same as having to watch a video for an hour. TOTALLY the same.

You know, just like WATCHING porn is the same as BEING IN porn.


hamsterdam415.files.wordpress.com

4.bp.blogspot.com

"Uniporn.  It was Uniporn."
 
2014-02-28 03:26:35 PM  

chapman: SuperTramp: I wonder what the anti-vaxxers would do if a vaccination against autism was to be developed...

They'd find new excuses.  Autism concerns have already been overcome by science and that hasn't deterred the anti-vax crowd one bit.


I'm not for having the shots all at once. I'm willing to schedule appointments to have them within CDC Guidelines/timeframe, but it seems really amped to me for less than 1 year olds. :\

Pro-Vaccination- Smart Science- Cautious about Children's Health, within reason.
 
2014-02-28 03:26:59 PM  

vudukungfu: Mikey1969: Just learn to farknig parent, people, stuff like this is simple. Kids don't have to like shots, but nothing says that they have to be scared to death.

My mom was a nurse, and my grandmother was a nurse.
My grandmother worked full time as a nurse in a hospital during the depression while a widow and raising three kids. One of them had polio, and she gave him PT every night and he learned how to walk again and have a productive life.

We got vaccinated.
And if we said Boo, we got something to cry about.

I'm surprised she hasn't come back from the dead and kicked some antivaxxer ass.


My adoptive mom worked with the Health Department and was one of the people that traveled to the schools on vaccination day. I wouldn't have gotten out of it if I'd wanted to. Doesn't mean that I think kids need to be scared to death of the needle like the one in the pic, though.
 
2014-02-28 03:28:07 PM  

Agent Nick Fury: Angry Drunk Bureaucrat: Shazam999: I'll say it once, I'll say it again.

We need a nice raging polio epidemic.  Stick the idiot crotchfruits into iron lungs and we'll see how long the anti-vax movement lasts.

Can we at least hold off on that until my kid finishes its vaccine regimen?

No way.

If a parent doesn't get their child a vaccine to prevent disease the child (or crotchfruit as we hilarious Farkers call them) deserve to catch polio and die in iron lungs because of a decision their parents made when they were babies.

It's the way we roll.


At some point parents have to take responsibility for their children.

In NA polio epidemics happened so long ago that people have forgotten that whole *cities* were shut down because of them.
 
2014-02-28 03:28:44 PM  

Tigger: mcreadyblue: Tigger: mcreadyblue:

So the way the Polio vaccine works is YOU get inoculated and if you interact with a person suffering from Polio, you are safe, they cannot make you sick.

Works the same for SmallPox, Typhoid,

I thought at the beginning that you were joking but you are in fact this much of an idiot.

Vaccines require 90 or so percent of the population to get vaccinated to work.

You may be confused about herd immunity where the vaccinated pass on a form of immunity to the non-vaccinated thru contact.

In your case the vaccine may well have caused retardation.


Weak.
 
2014-02-28 03:32:21 PM  

sigdiamond2000: If you consider abortion an infectious disease, it's exactly the same.


You probably should, in that the fatal side-effects usually happen to someone else.
 
2014-02-28 03:32:22 PM  

darth_badger: Mikey1969: darth_badger: ZAZ: If I were a hacker I would intercept the video and insert advertising in its place.

"Before you make the decision on whether to vaccinate your children, let me tell you about the benefits of Rambo grade tinfoil pajamas..."

Insert an infomercial ....

[www.celebritybabyscoop.com image 850x703]

That thing must be pretty damn stretched out. Jesus, HOW many kids has she had now?

3/4 of a real kid and one Tommy Lee.... and the '80's.


I never watched the Tommy Lee video, but I've heard the guy is hung like a farking elephant, that would explain why she needs such a big vibrator now.
 
2014-02-28 03:32:22 PM  

Slackfumasta: How is this different from forcing women to have intra vag ultrasound to force them to hear the heartbeat? It's still government interfering in personal medical affairs.

Just because your side does it doesn't make it right.


I would say that there is a public health interest in upping the rate of vaccination.  Not everyone who is vaccinated achieves immunity, but when most people are vaccinated, the chance of being exposed to a pathogen decreases.    In other words, your decision to not vaccinate affects other people.

Secondly, requiring someone to get her child vaccinated does not to rise to the level of personal intrusiveness of either a forced pregnancy or an "intra vag" ultrasound.

Both situations may be gov't intrusions, but they are not equally intrusive.
 
2014-02-28 03:32:57 PM  
Shazam999:

At some point parents have to take responsibility for their children.

Oh great, an anti-welfare teabagger pokes his little head up.

Go back to the politics tab, Rush
 
2014-02-28 03:33:15 PM  

mcreadyblue: Tigger: mcreadyblue:

So the way the Polio vaccine works is YOU get inoculated and if you interact with a person suffering from Polio, you are safe, they cannot make you sick.

Works the same for SmallPox, Typhoid,

I thought at the beginning that you were joking but you are in fact this much of an idiot.

Vaccines require 90 or so percent of the population to get vaccinated to work.

You may be confused about herd immunity where the vaccinated pass on a form of immunity to the non-vaccinated thru contact.


Dude; Viruses and bacteria change and adapt and, dare I say it?, EVOLVE over time.
In order to keep people from getting polio, you have to have a greater than half percentage(don't know exact #') to prevent the disease transferring around enough to mutate so that it could kill anybody, including those previously vaccinated.
 It's still Polio- Just a different breed of Polio.

Like the flu- you need a new vaccine every year, because it is so adaptable.
 
2014-02-28 03:34:06 PM  

Mikey1969: flondrix: Mikey1969: Sure it hurts, and they're in an unfamiliar place, but it is not that hard to explain that the shot may hurt, but it's only going to hurt for a little while, and that it helps keep the child from getting sick, and they don't need to be acared, because you will be right there the whole time.

"Explain"?  As in, use logic with a pre-schooler?  Look, when I was that age, if I were given the choice between the possibility of someday catching a disease that would paralyze or even kill me, or a long, pointy needle that was gonna hurt RIGHT NOW, I would have opted for disease and death.  Fortunately, I wasn't given a choice.

Yep. Looks like you were one of those "special" pre-schoolers. Like I said, I've done it successfully with 3 kids now.


Yeah.  My kid (4.5) is the biggest suck in the entire world.  Literally - a sliver in his foot will make you think someone cut the kid's toe off.  It's embarrassing.  ;)  But before he got his last set of needles, I told him exactly what the doctor would do, that it would hurt but only for a second, and it would help him stay healthy and get to go to school and other fun stuff.  He gritted his teeth, got his needle, and then bragged about how awesome he was all day.  I think the fear comes when you say stuff "Don't worry it doesn't hurt," then it quite obviously DOES hurt.
 
2014-02-28 03:34:29 PM  
Natural selection is being derailed.
 
2014-02-28 03:34:49 PM  

Random Anonymous Blackmail: So watching a video is going to deter someone from saying nope anyway. This is a stupid waste of time and money.


Apparently it has had some effect.

What would be better is simply not allowing non-medical waivers, period.

Ficoce: This is ignorant and stupid. Why legislate something that isn't even a problem? Politics? Because it makes you feel good? Because we want to keep up with the "Jones'" of other states that have too many laws? We didn't have any cases of Chickenpox last year and only one case of measles. The only mentionable disease problem we have is Syphilis,

Here's the facts:
http://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/preview/mmwrhtml/mm6307md.htm?s_cid=mm6307md _w

Why do we need to force our kids to support big pharma again?


Haven't you noticed the periodic outbreaks of diseases that should be stopped in their tracks by vaccination?
 
Ant
2014-02-28 03:34:56 PM  

Slackfumasta: It's still government interfering in personal medical affairs.


This is a public health consideration. All the morons refusing to vaccinate for bogus reasons are putting everyone at risk.
 
2014-02-28 03:35:42 PM  

drb9: But if everyone who wants to be vaccinated gets vaccinated, what do they care if the unvaccinated pass the disease amongst themselves?


Because not everybody who gets vaccinated becomes immune.  The unvaccinated can still pass the disease to the vaccinated.
 
2014-02-28 03:36:50 PM  

sigdiamond2000: Sorry, I'm not going to let some sawbones shoot my baby up with autism juice. I know what's best for my baby. I'll bet the same people who have no problem with this are totally against ultrasounds and counseling for baby murder. Probably have no problem with circumcision either. Or tipping at restaurants.


I'm not going to lie.  I had to look up the word sawbones.  But now that I did, I'll be using it every day...forever.
 
2014-02-28 03:37:27 PM  
Still mad about the hippy dips who believe in evolution, yet refuse to vaccinate at all.

I mean really the avg life span of a generation of bacteria is 40 minutes, max, and you're okay with ruining everyone else's protection against this breed of bacteria? Eff you.
 
2014-02-28 03:38:33 PM  

Diogenes: Got it.  Abortion is healthy for a child.


Well, if my child got pregnant I would consider abortion to be a healthy alternative to forcing her too young body to endure a pregnancy.  Are you some sort of monster?
 
2014-02-28 03:39:47 PM  

mcreadyblue: Tigger: mcreadyblue: Tigger: mcreadyblue:

So the way the Polio vaccine works is YOU get inoculated and if you interact with a person suffering from Polio, you are safe, they cannot make you sick.

Works the same for SmallPox, Typhoid,

I thought at the beginning that you were joking but you are in fact this much of an idiot.

Vaccines require 90 or so percent of the population to get vaccinated to work.

You may be confused about herd immunity where the vaccinated pass on a form of immunity to the non-vaccinated thru contact.

In your case the vaccine may well have caused retardation.

Weak.


Says the guy who thinks that herd immunity is passed on 'thrucontact' to unvaccinated people and who doesn't understand that you need to vaccinate everyone so as not to allow the pathogen to evolve.

You'll understand that we're just going to point at you and laugh about this.
 
2014-02-28 03:41:03 PM  

This text is now purple: sigdiamond2000: If you consider abortion an infectious disease, it's exactly the same.

You probably should, in that the fatal side-effects usually happen to someone else.


Who exactly?
 
2014-02-28 03:41:47 PM  

Tigger: You'll understand that we're just going to point at you and laugh about this.


He's been vaccinated for several forms of understanding it seems.
 
2014-02-28 03:41:54 PM  

SuperTramp: I wonder what the anti-vaxxers would do if a vaccination against autism was to be developed...


Their heads would explode like a watermelon in a Gallagher act!
 
2014-02-28 03:42:35 PM  
historicalhistrionics.files.wordpress.com
 
2014-02-28 03:42:53 PM  

Ant: All the morons refusing to vaccinate for bogus reasons are putting everyone at risk.


they are biological terrorists.
 
2014-02-28 03:43:09 PM  
http://www.cdc.gov/flu/keyfacts.htm

And yet, only 23% of American adults are willing to get a flu shot.

But I'm sure on Fark it's definitely 100%.
 
Ant
2014-02-28 03:43:16 PM  

Diogenes: Riiiiight.  There certainly aren't any hippy dippy all natural liberal idiots against putting government mandated poisons in their kids.


I'm what you might call a liberal, but I'd say it's probably mostly hippy-dippy types who are the bulk of the problem.
 
2014-02-28 03:43:24 PM  

nocturnal001: Calmamity: It's child abuse, and it's not just your own children you are abusing, you goddamn fu*ksocks.


Done in one.

My kid was exposed to whooping cough at daycare (before he was allowed to get the vaccine) because there are too many farktards out there listening to Jenny McCarthy.

Vaccines should be mandatory, at least to be allowed to attend public schools and daycares.


My son got the Whooping Cough even though he had been vaccinated because vaccines are not 100% effective.  Luckily, it wasn't so bad, and he was healthy enough, that it didn't pose a great risk.  But he had one really crappy winter, exposed his family and friends to the disease, and we spent a lot of time (and money) at the doctor's office and pharmacy trying to figure out what the problem was and whether there was a medication that would work (because the doctor didn't considering Whooping Cough a real possibility).
 
2014-02-28 03:44:49 PM  

H31N0US: Mikey1969: [imgick.oregonlive.com image 620x487]

Godammit, there is NO REASON to let your kid be that farking scared of the whole farking process. Sure it hurts, and they're in an unfamiliar place, but it is not that hard to explain that the shot may hurt, but it's only going to hurt for a little while, and that it helps keep the child from getting sick, and they don't need to be acared, because you will be right there the whole time. As an added bonus, you let your kid hold your hand, and tell them to squeeze as hard as they want, the more it hurts, the harder they squeeze, and they can put all the hurt into your hand, because as a grownup you can take it. I've raised 3 kids this way, and while they've left unhappy, and a couple of time close to tears, they've NEVER tried to jump out of their skin scared to death like this, as an added bonus, my daughter has been offering to hold YOUR hand if she thinks that you're going through something that is going to hurt you since she's been 3...

Just learn to farknig parent, people, stuff like this is simple. Kids don't have to like shots, but nothing says that they have to be scared to death.

My kid just sits there and watches. Last time she cried was at 18 months. Now that she understands more about what's going on she's actually very curious about it.


My kid just says "ow ow ow" and then gets a sticker and we go get a happy meal. He's 3 and hasn't cried about it since he was six months old. To be fair, I say "ow" too when I get my flu shot.
 
2014-02-28 03:44:51 PM  

Loren: Haven't you noticed the periodic outbreaks of diseases that should be stopped in their tracks by vaccination?


Shh!  Let us only speak of chickenpox, for which vaccination has been effective, but which...sh*t, what was Ficoce's point again?
 
2014-02-28 03:45:10 PM  

tlars699: mcreadyblue: Tigger: mcreadyblue:

So the way the Polio vaccine works is YOU get inoculated and if you interact with a person suffering from Polio, you are safe, they cannot make you sick.

Works the same for SmallPox, Typhoid,

I thought at the beginning that you were joking but you are in fact this much of an idiot.

Vaccines require 90 or so percent of the population to get vaccinated to work.

You may be confused about herd immunity where the vaccinated pass on a form of immunity to the non-vaccinated thru contact.

Dude; Viruses and bacteria change and adapt and, dare I say it?, EVOLVE over time.
In order to keep people from getting polio, you have to have a greater than half percentage(don't know exact #') to prevent the disease transferring around enough to mutate so that it could kill anybody, including those previously vaccinated.
 It's still Polio- Just a different breed of Polio.

Like the flu- you need a new vaccine every year, because it is so adaptable.


They do not create a new Polio vaccine every year.
 
2014-02-28 03:45:43 PM  

To The Escape Zeppelin!: D135: This is a great follow-up to that article last week about how a lot of people who don't vaccinate their kids aren't necessarily anti-vaxers, just lazy farks who don't want to drive across town during work hours to get their own farking crotch fruit vaccinated.

Normally I'd be shocked by someone that callous about their children but I took a Tripadviser survey yesterday that repeatedly asked whether I would cut back on my child's education or after-school activities to fund my vacation.


Tripadviser survery questions #38
Have you cheated on your significant other?  Would you like to?

Tripadviser survery questions #39
Do you have elderly parents in a nursing home?  If you pay for their care, would you be willing to reduce the quality of that nursing home?
 
2014-02-28 03:45:55 PM  
i.imgur.com
 
2014-02-28 03:47:33 PM  

Civchic: Yeah.  My kid (4.5) is the biggest suck in the entire world.  Literally - a sliver in his foot will make you think someone cut the kid's toe off.  It's embarrassing.  ;)  But before he got his last set of needles, I told him exactly what the doctor would do, that it would hurt but only for a second, and it would help him stay healthy and get to go to school and other fun stuff.  He gritted his teeth, got his needle, and then bragged about how awesome he was all day.  I think the fear comes when you say stuff "Don't worry it doesn't hurt," then it quite obviously DOES hurt.


Yeah, I think lying to kids is worse than people think. Sure, I tell 'em about Santa, the Easter bunny, the Tooth Fairy, but I don't lie to them about a doctor's visit not hurting, and stuff like that. I'll even tell them that things might get scary if they were ever going to have to get something like an MRI(God, those SUCK), but I'm not going to lie.
 
2014-02-28 03:48:44 PM  

Tigger: mcreadyblue: Tigger: mcreadyblue: Tigger: mcreadyblue:

So the way the Polio vaccine works is YOU get inoculated and if you interact with a person suffering from Polio, you are safe, they cannot make you sick.

Works the same for SmallPox, Typhoid,

I thought at the beginning that you were joking but you are in fact this much of an idiot.

Vaccines require 90 or so percent of the population to get vaccinated to work.

You may be confused about herd immunity where the vaccinated pass on a form of immunity to the non-vaccinated thru contact.

In your case the vaccine may well have caused retardation.

Weak.

Says the guy who thinks that herd immunity is passed on 'thrucontact' to unvaccinated people and who doesn't understand that you need to vaccinate everyone so as not to allow the pathogen to evolve.

You'll understand that we're just going to point at you and laugh about this.


So you are saying HPV immunity cannot be achieved by this?9
 
Ant
2014-02-28 03:49:19 PM  

drb9: But if everyone who wants to be vaccinated gets vaccinated, what do they care if the unvaccinated pass the disease amongst themselves?


For the millionth time, this is the problem:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Herd_immunity
 
2014-02-28 03:51:27 PM  

mcreadyblue: tlars699: mcreadyblue: Tigger: mcreadyblue:

So the way the Polio vaccine works is YOU get inoculated and if you interact with a person suffering from Polio, you are safe, they cannot make you sick.

Works the same for SmallPox, Typhoid,

I thought at the beginning that you were joking but you are in fact this much of an idiot.

Vaccines require 90 or so percent of the population to get vaccinated to work.

You may be confused about herd immunity where the vaccinated pass on a form of immunity to the non-vaccinated thru contact.

Dude; Viruses and bacteria change and adapt and, dare I say it?, EVOLVE over time.
In order to keep people from getting polio, you have to have a greater than half percentage(don't know exact #') to prevent the disease transferring around enough to mutate so that it could kill anybody, including those previously vaccinated.
 It's still Polio- Just a different breed of Polio.

Like the flu- you need a new vaccine every year, because it is so adaptable.

They do not create a new Polio vaccine every year.


The facepalm looms, unforgiving.
 
2014-02-28 03:53:44 PM  

thamike: Diogenes: thamike: [goias24horas.com.br image 620x357]

Hey, I stayed in character for a full three posts.  That's a record for me!

;-)

[2.bp.blogspot.com image 850x478]Let's get into character.


Oh my god.... This! This is why I love fark comments sooooo much!
 
Ant
2014-02-28 03:53:55 PM  

To The Escape Zeppelin!: Normally I'd be shocked by someone that callous about their children but I took a Tripadviser survey yesterday that repeatedly asked whether I would cut back on my child's education or after-school activities to fund my vacation.


WTF?

/Unless you were cutting little league to take your kid to The Smithsonian or something. That'd be fine with me.
 
2014-02-28 03:56:09 PM  

The Singing Bush: Prof. Frink: darth_badger: ZAZ: If I were a hacker I would intercept the video and insert advertising in its place.

"Before you make the decision on whether to vaccinate your children, let me tell you about the benefits of Rambo grade tinfoil pajamas..."

Insert an infomercial ....

I like how many people I know still think that thing was designed for making smoothies and milkshakes.

OK, I'll bite.  What was it really designed for?


Hint: why do you think she's smiling like that in the picture.
 
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