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Posted 12/11/17 , edited 12/11/17
Do you get vaccines?I know this is a controversial topic but I'm curious.
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51 / F / Toronto
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Yep I've had all my shots over the years. Plus Hep C. Plus the flu shot every year.

It's a requirement of my profession.
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Disease is the only roadmap to perfect health
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No. I remember shortly after George W took office, there was an acute shortage of flu vaccine because British agents found out at the last minute that it was contaminated. After that, I kept thinking that there might not be a James Bond around the next time to save the day. I avoid all mass vaccinations. I am probably doomed to die from a virus caused by a dirty telephone.
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Yup, I get vaccinated for the flu every year. Plus any other major vaccines as needed.
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I've had my childhood vaccines done, but I haven't been vaccinated since. I openly snub flu vaccines, and my profession doesn't require it. I haven't had particular cause to get tetanus boosters and the like, though I'm not opposed to those.
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Nope, haven't had a vaccination for 9 years from what I can remember. My last vaccination was for Tetanus.
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I got the requirements for my location but that's it for me. I don't get the flu or other shot because I don't believe in them and see them as another purpose entirely. but, as for my location, all my boosters are all up to date.
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I missed one or more vaccinations as a baby because the doctors said I was too ill to take them. I then caught one of those diseases from children at school, whose parents boasted about not getting their child vaccinated.

As my mother is fond of saying; those who can have the vaccination should have it in order to protect those who are unable to be vaccinated.
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Yep.
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i do because I am out with the public all the time and i don't want to get the flu
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Yup! Always get your cootie shot!
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Given that I am not an imbecile, yes.
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I don't but I'm not opposed, cause I don't subscribe to the scientism that most subscribe to, and readily exhibit skepticism as to the foundation, unexamed, and assumptive nature of the current model of medicine of which we generally operate from. However if you wanna be a christian when viewing this you can go ahead, but do realize that your not being an alternative to superstition, but are really just postulating yourself within the same illusory hierarchical worldview as some objective authority. But go ahead and label me as some kind of idiot/lunatic because I'm saying something outside of your conditioning. Science has never been wrong before, people are spot on with their observations and interpretations withing the scope of their limited models of reality. Babies don't feel pain, electroshock therapy is a great way to treat mental illness, lobotomies are advanced and modern everyone.
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I don't but I'm not opposed, cause I don't subscribe to the scientism that most subscribe to, and readily exhibit skepticism as to the foundation, unexamed, and assumptive nature of the current model of medicine of which we generally operate from. However if you wanna be a christian when viewing this you can go ahead, but do realize that your not being an alternative to superstition, but are really just postulating yourself within the same hierarchical worldview as some objective authority. But go ahead and label me as some kind of idiot/lunatic because I'm saying something outside of your conditioning. Science has never been wrong before, people are spot on with their observations and interpretations withing the scope of their limited models of reality. Babies don't feel pain, electroshock therapy is a great way to treat mental illness, lobotomies are advanced and modern everyone.


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