Oh, SNAP. These two grammarians really go at it, just like Zuckerberg envisioned would one day happen when he created The Facebook in his underwear. Although, who could've predicted that so many people would be arguing in 2015 about fucking vaccines. I guess anything is possible when you're dealing with mommyjackers like Katrina who jump on other people's posts to argue a medieval outlook with demands like "stop dribbling shit!!"
This conversation reminds me of an old post on STFU, Parents in which a mom named Taisha famously said, "I do not want any vaccination injected into my children that have the cells of aborted fetuses in them. I take that VERY VERY seriously." Is it asking too much to request that we turn a state -- say, Arizona -- into an anti-vaxxer Land of Paradise? So the rest of us (and our kids) can live without rashes on our faces? That'd be cool.
5. Vast And Credible Research
JJ Keith's article on the Huffington Post is what inspired my last vaccine column, and it remains relevant for this one. More articles like hers should be published so that conversations like this one are had. NO, A., "there is NOT vast and credible research on both sides of the issue." J. done schooled your ass with that flash of reality. Go back to the drawing board on this subject -- and for the love of god, stop comparing vaccination to previously debunked "cure alls." We're smarter than that now. Join us.