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We R raising a bunch of molly-coddled kids I think. God forbid they play in the dirt. God forbid Playing among poison ivy (which I got for years but not as an adult. Did I build immunities? Probably.
When I was raising our 3 kids and there was Measles/Mumps/Chicken pox making the rounds I SENT MY KIDS TO THOSE HOUSES TO PLAY WITH THE KIDS HOPING THEY WOULD CATCH THOSE DISEASES...THEY DID! Thus bldg. immunities.
"Herd immunity is a right-wing myth spread by science deniers".
Is this what you genuinely think?
Because, as far as I'm concerned those who oppose the scientifically proven concept of herd immunity are usually conspiracy theory whack-jobs just like the idiots protesting all over the states right now.
I SENT MY KIDS TO THOSE HOUSES TO PLAY WITH THE KIDS HOPING THEY WOULD CATCH THOSE DISEASES...THEY DID!
This is frowned upon now.
Understandably so, given how reckless it is to introduce a measles outbreak into any community.
It is better to get immunised.
Billionaire businessman Clive Palmer has taken out ads in major newspapers spruiking hydroxychloroquine as a COVID-19 treatement.Read more from www.abc.net.au
Supporters of US President Donald Trump have taken to social media to defend his musings that "powerful light" and disinfectant could possibly be used to kill the novel coronavirus inside human bodies.
One such Facebook post claims that when Mr Trump talked of internal disinfectant, he was referring to "Ultraviolet Radiation" administered into the body. According to the post, the method kills bacteria and has been "used for a while now".
"Just because it’s called a 'disinfectant' doesn’t mean it’s Pine-Sol," the post states.
PolitiFact found that while the post may be referring to a treatment called "ultraviolet blood irradiation", used mainly in the alternative-medicine community, there was no evidence such treatments could kill viruses or bacteria.
I would take the time to explain that cartoon to you, but you'd simply hear what you wanted to hear (here's a hint: the blue characters are Leftists. Any red characters represent conservatives.)
Anyway, drink deeply from the well of uninformed arrogance. . .