Best of the Trash Bin, 2nd Installment

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11 thoughts on “Best of the Trash Bin, 2nd Installment

  1. That’s just hilarious! I didn’t agree with you, but I think the “best of the trashbin” idea is genius. One ugly response is a bit creepy (especially the misappropriation of the word cunt – that really annoys me) but a whole trashbin of them is fascinating reading! A bunch of marvellous crackpots, maybe a little drunk in places? There were a few that you let slip into the main arena though? Well done (in the end).

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    1. great article. You hit the nail on the head when you said We’re a sick generation and we don’t know how to get well. If the answer isn’t in the form of a pill or a needle, we’re clueless.

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  2. Thank you for helping us see the humor in this insane firestorm unleashed against those of us who dare (gasp!) question a drug industry that has weasled its way into our political process, and would love carte blanche, unresisted and unquestioned access to our bodies (read: pocketbooks). Do “the masses” truly believe that drug companies have only our best interest at heart when they’ve successfully, with the help of the Supreme Court, excused themselves from liability from harm caused by their products? Would these same people buy other products from companies that refuse to back their safety and quality? I’ve been discouraged lately by the hate and militancy coming from a shockingly large number of people. Is it the anonymity of the internet that brings it out, or has society actually degenerated that far?

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    1. No its the internet LOL. Most people im able to see in person to have a debate with stand there like drunken fools and repeat CDC propaganda, including other nurses like me. No facts no research into the matter, then im accused of having too much time on my hands for reading all the time. When i see other nurses blindly believing what theyre told without question, i wonder where the hell did my profession go? We used to use common sense and critical thinking skills.

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    2. Internet behavior is certainly an interesting insight into humans. At least, the humans here in the US. I wonder if Japanese comment sections get this ugly? From the Japanese I have met, I doubt it (tirelessly polite). Vaccine discussions in person have never had such hate froth forth (not in my experience), but once behind a keyboard and powered by anonymity, here comes the vitriol. This could very well be a left-hemisphere of the brain phenomenon since typing is all language and not a real experience per se (right brain). I am reading a book currently that is shedding much needed insight into the mindset of modern ‘scientific’ times and the problems associated with it. I can’t recommend it highly enough, and, in fact, would go so far as to say this might be one of the most important books ever written.

      http://www.amazon.com/Master-His-Emissary-Divided-Western/dp/0300188374/ref=sr_1_sc_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1436855418&sr=8-1-spell&keywords=master+and+his+emiisary&pebp=1436855418737&perid=0EJRX91F605QYZYHJ8Z1

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  3. In today’s vitriolic climate with this vaccine debate, it takes guts to post/run a blog on a dissenting view of the mainstream. It’s hard enough just dealing with the trolls in the comment threads, but to be on the receiving end of such ignorance and hatred….my hat is off to you for standing your ground and to continue posting your blog. Yep…delete, the best place for them.

    On FB, i just freeze out the trolls (block) – all they are there for is to get people into a debate, with no end – since anything that is posted questioning the safety of these vaccines is going to draw them like magnets. I hope people are starting to see the pattern with these paid commenters: Engage in a debate, where they demand a source and no matter what that source is, it will be vilified and belittled. I suspect they get paid each time someone responds to them, and so on and so on. THEY ARE JUST NOISE – just scroll past them, they are not worth the energy or emotion. 😉

    If they want to line of for these vaccines…well i wish them luck in their long term health. *sigh*

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    1. Oh p.s. – the fact you draw this kind of attention, take it as a compliment – that means you are making an impact, or you wouldn’t be targeted. 😀

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