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@naveeny1974 Someone recklessly shooting into an apartment is not a good guy. You libtards just make me laugh.

1 day, 16 hours ago on Man dead in police shooting at northeast Las Vegas apartment

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@Droppinknowledge Please everyone continue.

3 days, 17 hours ago on Defense attorney: Fatal shooting of mother not road rage

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@nancy56 I'd enourage you to read this. It's heartfelt and provides more perspective. https://www.facebook.com/vintagecameo/posts/820198168015826

4 days, 14 hours ago on Measles: Is it really scary? What's the big deal?

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@naveeny1974 YEAH! YOU TELL THEM. That will totally solve the issue!!!

4 days, 14 hours ago on Measles: Is it really scary? What's the big deal?

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@strictmachine Yeah especially the one who had an adverse reaction to his vaccine shots at 6 months old.

4 days, 16 hours ago on Measles: Is it really scary? What's the big deal?

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@strictmachine Translation you won't admit the reason for the studies nor the results. Nor the reason why I originally linked to them.

You see you're like most. If you can't attack my source (because I didn't link to some natural site, some anti-vaxx site, some quack doctor site) then you have to take one phrase from the conclusion of a study and disregard the entire studies purpose.

You just lost this argument. *drops mic walks away*

4 days, 16 hours ago on Measles: Is it really scary? What's the big deal?

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@strictmachine The entire study on measles was regarding how and why it occurred in such a heavily vaccinated population. That was the reason for the study, that was the POINT of the study.

The POINT of the FDA study on the rise in whooping cough was to figure out WHY it was happening. The conclusion was that it was DUE to the the vaccine.

Of course both studies are going to push vaccination, but that was not the POINT of both studies because clearly the unvaccinated did NOT cause those events or further them significantly. And in both of those events, based on the theory of herd immunity, it should not have happened like it did.

4 days, 16 hours ago on Measles: Is it really scary? What's the big deal?

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@strictmachine Lest you forget why I posted it. "This is why herd immunity is a good thing." If it worked sure... it doesn't. Do you even know where the term came from? Probably not. It came from Dr. A.W. hedrich in the 30's who was studying measle outbreaks pre-vaccine. He discovered that when 65% of children age 15 or younger had acquired natural immunity via infection that the herd was protected.

And LEST you assume I'm advocating for that. I'M NOT.

Vaccine Herd Immunity is not the same as Natural Herd Immunity. That's just a fact. So 
epidemiologists came up with a formula with attack vectors to try and determine the necessary coverage in vaccines to prevent an outbreak. For Measles it's 95%. But there is nothing other than a formula proving that, it's a theory, and it clearly has failed evidenced by the epidemic in Canada in 2011.

WHICH IS WHY I POSTED THE LINK.... lol you are special.

4 days, 16 hours ago on Measles: Is it really scary? What's the big deal?

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@pvk909 Wait are you saying that unvaccinated children can infect vaccinated children? Why aren't the vaccines stopping that from happening? Isn't that part of the reason why a children got vaccinated in the first place? So many questions about this lol

4 days, 16 hours ago on Measles: Is it really scary? What's the big deal?

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@strictmachine @mitzy702 You just read the conclusions and not the full study.... our conversation is done.


4 days, 16 hours ago on Measles: Is it really scary? What's the big deal?

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@strictmachine @mitzy702 Goalposts? Because I'm backing up my opinion and responding directly to you? HA

4 days, 17 hours ago on Measles: Is it really scary? What's the big deal?

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@strictmachine @mitzy702 Secondary medical issues. pneumonia is a secondary medical issue cause by the drop in their immune system.

4 days, 17 hours ago on Measles: Is it really scary? What's the big deal?

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@strictmachine @mitzy702 ONLY 1 in 1000 kids with measles will get encephalitis. So you, do not know what you are talking about because pneumonia is more common and the more frequent way that they die from measles due to the secondary issue.

4 days, 17 hours ago on Measles: Is it really scary? What's the big deal?

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@strictmachine @mitzy702 "

  • As many as one out of every 20 children with measles gets pneumonia, the most common cause of death from measles in young children."

    CDC.Gov

4 days, 17 hours ago on Measles: Is it really scary? What's the big deal?

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@strictmachine @mitzy702 Google no further. Here are your peer reviewed studies regarding what I posted about.

Largest measles epidemic in the last decade
http://jid.oxfordjournals.org/content/207/6/990.long

The reasons why DTaP and TDaP don't stop the spread of pertussis
http://www.pnas.org/content/111/2/787.full.pdf+html

That second study was done by the FDA FYI.

4 days, 17 hours ago on Measles: Is it really scary? What's the big deal?

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@strictmachine @mitzy702 My kids don't go to public schools. Clearly. But I'm not surprise that yours do.

4 days, 17 hours ago on Measles: Is it really scary? What's the big deal?

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@strictmachine @mitzy702 They never tested my son for anything. They saw with their eyes the reaction. It was anecdotal evidence. There was no study done on him or tests.

And lest your forget your favorite saying "Correlation does not equal Causation".

Based on his experience I haven't vaccinated my other children. Why? Because that's my choice. Based on my research of studies and articles with a url that doesn't include Natural, Vax, Mercola, Sears. BLAH BLAH BLAH.

4 days, 17 hours ago on Measles: Is it really scary? What's the big deal?

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@strictmachine @mitzy702 yes it was all due to vaccines. Nothing about better healthcare, better hygiene and better nutrition to prevent  the secondary health issues that actually cause death from measles. It's not measles but the secondary issues that come up because of measles that kill.

4 days, 17 hours ago on Measles: Is it really scary? What's the big deal?

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@strictmachine @mitzy702 Herd immunity is a theory. Its a number derived by scientists that they hope works 95% but it doesn't more times than not.

Look at Washington State in 2012 and the FDA study in 2013 that determined the vaccine itself didn't stop the spread of the disease despite vaccine threshholds meeting the defined standard of herd immunity.

Look at the worst outbreak in the last decade for North America in Quebec Canada in 2011 where one adult (1 dose of MMR as a child) traveled out of the country and then came back with measles. Conferred that measles to 2 dose MMR patients and it spread to more that 600 people, and had secondary failures as well. Canada has extremely high vaccination rates and did back then as well. only 2 to 5% were unvaccinated and that outbreak occurred.

Vaccines are very important in developing countries, but we are not a developing country. Don't worry I'll keep my unvaccinated children away from your vaccinated children since the vaccine you got them sucks on efficacy. LOL

4 days, 17 hours ago on Measles: Is it really scary? What's the big deal?

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@strictmachine @mitzy702 My stat remains. Zero have died in the USA. And that child that died in Germany was 1 out of 1000 which again is an official statistic.

More kids die daily from influenza.

4 days, 17 hours ago on Measles: Is it really scary? What's the big deal?

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@StarAliMistriel "Parents who love their children would spare them from suffering" How dare you assume that I'm not a loving parent by making an informed choice. I don't believe that vaccines cause autism. I don't believe in all that hogwash. What I do believe in is the parents right to choose.

People who get vaccinated still contract the disease as evidenced by this article. My son had such an extreme reaction to his 6 month vaccinations  that they pediatrician cautioned us to not vaccinate him further. We made the loving choice. It was our choice to make.

4 days, 17 hours ago on Measles: Is it really scary? What's the big deal?

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"Epidemiologists don’t know how the virus got here." Here's a tip, the baby got it from the vaccine itself... just like the baby in baltimore, md did.

How did the twice dosed MMR patient get it? 2 doses supposedly equal 99.9% protection unless those efficacy stats are wrong.

4 days, 17 hours ago on Measles: Is it really scary? What's the big deal?

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Furthermore, why does everyone lump people who aren't 100% for vaccines into "OH You must think kids get autism from vaccines". It's so bizarre. Perhaps Jackie you should actually interview some people who hold that view, then you might get a balanced article.

4 days, 17 hours ago on Measles: Is it really scary? What's the big deal?

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Hey Jackie, You never answered your question in the title of your article. Let me help.


ZERO people have died in MORE than 10 years in the USA from Measles. Is it scary? No, Is it a big deal? No.

Done

4 days, 17 hours ago on Measles: Is it really scary? What's the big deal?

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Of course he blacked out. Who doesn't? Wendeez nuts hit you!

1 week ago on Man blacks out while driving, crashes into Wendy’s restaurant

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Honestly in my opinion I think that.... ooh  are those cheetos? Hold on I need to go get some funions.

1 week ago on Colorado residents are first to ask feds to block legal pot

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Don't bug out, run out!

1 week, 1 day ago on UCLA says more than 100 may have encountered ‘superbug’

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@GabrielleTPierce DO YOU SPEAKA ANY INGLISH!?!?!?! What is ERNING? LOL haha stupid

1 week, 2 days ago on Settlement for owner of cabin where Dorner committed suicide

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@MaryKathrynHansen Completely aware. The worst epidemic of measles in North America in over a decade occurred in 2011 in Quebec, CA. It was tracked in by an adult who had been immunized as a child for it, traveled out of the country for a trip and brought it back. That one case spread to over 600+ people. Even though there was 95% to 97% coverage and in people that had two doses of MMR.

The good news is no one in the last 10+ years has died from measles in the USA. Attribute that to vaccines, good nutrition, good healthcare and good hygiene.

100% immunization isn't realistic because as you already summed up vaccines have never been 100% effective.

I like to make comedic comments due to the group of people who do believe they are 100% protected. Whether you vaccinate or not, you will face risks.

2 weeks, 1 day ago on Las Vegas restaurant worker, child diagnosed with measles

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A vaccinated child contracted the measles? IMPOSSIBLE! lol

2 weeks, 1 day ago on Las Vegas restaurant worker, child diagnosed with measles

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I guess if you want to have an accident with someone it should be an ambulance?

2 weeks, 3 days ago on Coroner IDs scooter rider killed in crash with ambulance

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Shoulda just used a drone from creech! then again, probably would have been collateral damage, but it would have been taken care of lol

2 weeks, 3 days ago on Even at its implosion, plan goes awry at the Clarion Hotel Casino

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Instead of DWI it is DWR... Driving While Reid lol haha

3 weeks, 2 days ago on Harry Reid's brother accused of DUI, battery on an officer

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@Charles Finley Just today it was announced that Warren Sapp was arrested for soliciting a prostitute. He was also suspended as an NFL Network Analyst without pay until further notice. Legal and punished by his employer.

3 weeks, 4 days ago on Undercover Metro Police officer arrested on DUI count

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"The measles-mumps-rubella vaccine, or MMR, is 97 percent effective at preventing measles, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention."

That actually isn't true. One dose of MMR provides 90%, two doses provide 97%. Those stats are still debatable in my opinion though, due to the fact of secondary failure in fully dosed patients from a sole source of a fully vaccinated patient like in New York in 2011, or Quebec in 2011.

4 weeks ago on Some doctors won't see patients with anti-vaccine views

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@laundryman at risk to get a rash... ooooh the horror.

4 weeks ago on Some doctors won't see patients with anti-vaccine views

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Betcha he'll own a gun now.

4 weeks, 1 day ago on Police: Intruder shoots man at southeast valley home

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@1776patriot @mitzy702 @DorothyMyers Keeping it real, everything I posted was factual.

1 month ago on Measles outbreak casts spotlight on anti-vaccine movement

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@DorothyMyers Do you want to hear something about Herd Immunity? The term was coined by Dr A.W. hedrich in the 30's when he was studying measles in children. He found that when 65% of children under 15 in a town had acquired natural immunity by infection that the disease stopped spreading.


65%! Natural herd immunity was where the term originally came from. Now the term is used for vaccine herd immunity but it is not the same. So now it's 95%  to reach herd immunity... where is the science backing this up?

In 2012, Washington state had the worst outbreak of pertussis it had ever seen. Yes, a resurgence like none other across the country. Why was it still spreading even though that magical number of vaccinations was reached? Herd Immunity as you call it should have been working! But it wasn't. So the scientists did a study and found that the DTaP and TDaP vaccines were flawed. The whole cell vaccine protected and prevented the spread. The acellular vaccine protected but did not prevent the spread.

Dr. Anne Schuchat of the CDC when asked in 2012 if it was the unvaccinated causing the spike in spread, said that they could not be blamed for the current wave of pertussis cases.

So all of you so quick to point fingers at those unvaccinated... do some research for yourself.

1 month ago on Measles outbreak casts spotlight on anti-vaccine movement

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"Hey honey is tony bothering you, I could take care of that!" bahahaha

1 month, 2 weeks ago on NASCAR's Kurt Busch says ex-girlfriend is trained assassin

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