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Anti-Vaccination Movement Turns Against Lifesaving Vitamin Shots | IFLScience

antivaxiswhack:

Most supporters of the anti-vaccination movement advocate for “natural” disease prevention, such as taking lots of vitamins to bolster the immune system. So why are they opposing using vitamin K to treat babies born with a deficiency? Because it’s delivered by injection, of course.
The stalwarts of the anti-vaccination movement have been trying to dissuade parents from giving their kids life-saving vit. K shots for years. I have here an ‘information pack sold (yes, sold) for years by the anti-vaccine group the Australian Vaccination Skeptics Network to allow parents to rest assured that the vit. K shot is enough of a grey area that they shouldn’t feel bad not letting their baby be administered it.
Similarly, other ‘vaccine information’ sites/groups such as Vaccine LiberationVINE and Vaccine Truth have a similar attitude toward the shot, with some even mistakenly referring to this vitamin shot as a vaccine. This is nothing new, I’m just glad this blatantly anti-healthcare activity is finally garnering some of the negative media attention it deserves.
siddharthasmama:

note-a-bear:

blacknoonajade:

Today was an exceptional day. 

wow…..
just…







White supremacy in action.

siddharthasmama:

note-a-bear:

blacknoonajade:

Today was an exceptional day. 

wow…..

just…

White supremacy in action.

popthirdworld:

Here’s another one of my comics! Hope you like it.

popthirdworld:

Here’s another one of my comics! Hope you like it.

hobbitunderthemountain:

GOOGLE TELLS YOU HOBBIT MEAL TIMES I’M SCREAMING

hobbitunderthemountain:

GOOGLE TELLS YOU HOBBIT MEAL TIMES I’M SCREAMING

thingsfittingperfectlyintothings:

wine boxes + doorway
(installation by unknown artist, h/t hincerooney)

thingsfittingperfectlyintothings:

wine boxes + doorway

(installation by unknown artist, h/t hincerooney)

Matching mother and cub.

Matching mother and cub.

jon-snow:

god bless sdcc

kagesora:

chekhovandowl:

This is something that was bugging me a little bit so, as always, I’ve decided to make an infograph. 

Maybe other artists disagree, but when I ask for a request, it’s a fun game. You give me a suggestion and I build on it. It’s a team project. You don’t know what you’re going to get.

If your request takes longer than 3 sentences to describe, it’s not a request. It’s a commission. It’s something so specific, the artist will essentially be working for your specific scene for free.

And of course - DO NOT REQUEST THAT AN ARTIST DRAW YOU SOMETHING if you don’t see that they are specifically accepting requests.

People have been requesting free art from us our whole lives. We’ve had plenty of that. If we want to draw you free stuff, we’ll let ya know. Don’t just assume we have free time - just like you wouldn’t come up to a doctor at a grocery store and ask them to examine your twisted ankle.

Unless you’re a person who does that… in which case… don’t do that either.

I’d like to remind people that this goes for writing requests, too.

And if an artist or writer has a list of “what I do/don’t do” then please respect that.


tostadasheep:

bokuwaaru:

cookiesincoffeecans:

ungratefullittleshit:

Creativity

Lazyness

Creativity 

Laziness? Some of those took way more effort than actually getting it fixed normally.

RFC 1855 - Netiquette Guidelines

Perhaps this should be required and exam-tested material before anyone is allowed online? Brilliant rules from 1995 about online etiquette. Includes examples such as:

Never send chain letters via electronic mail. Chain letters are forbidden on the Internet. Your network privileges will be revoked. Notify your local system administrator if you receive one.

and:

Wait overnight to send emotional responses to messages.

How to Be Productive in Hell

What the fuck did I just read?

Possibly one of the greatest surreal pieces in a while.