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Originally posted by Vinveezy
This is how they are going to get us to take the shot by giving the ... some air time and having some scientists say it's going to save people.
The CDC is formulating a $4.8 million multimedia campaign to encourage people to get vaccinated and help alleviate concerns and confusion, including radio and television public service announcements, print ads, and messages delivered via Twitter, RSS feeds and video podcasts on YouTube.
Originally posted by CosmicEgg
reply to post by Miraj
Okay, what? Was it 25 or one? And the flu cripples people? Does it? You're thinking of something else, dear. It can occasionally worsen pre-existing conditions, but it doesn't cripple.
If someone already has compromised health, *they* can get the jab. It's just madness that we should all get it. If more people get it this year, less will get it next year, and so on and so on and so on... Then guess what? That flu has to work bloody hard to get a foothold anywhere in the population to cause anything like an outbreak, let alone an epidemic. Pandemic isn't anywhere on the horizon for a good long time.
But we're weak, we humans. We run to the doctor every time someone sneezes. We hide out, quaking in our boots at the very mention of disease. Now we think that the flu is going to kill us all. Pff.
I'm waiting for them to develop Chicken flu. That'll take care of all of you chickens.