I’ve been a fan of the idea of an accentuating vaccine. What do you think? I’ve had a lot of people tell me that they would wear that accenture with pride if they found themselves in a war zone.
Yes! People who are in a war zone don’t have access to the usual health care that we take for granted, and they may not have access to the right level of education. And yes, they could easily get killed by the enemy they were fighting. But that doesn’t mean they shouldn’t wear the accenture if they can afford it.
Well I can already see people in combat zones wearing the accenture with pride. And yes, we must ensure that health care and education are available for all, otherwise we run the risk of losing the war.
I don’t think accenture is a vaccine. This is something that is more like a precautionary measure. I believe it should be mandatory, and for those that have no access to school or health care, they should be considered “incompetent”, “mentally handicapped”, or “mentally disabled”. The same goes for those that do not have access to the usual level of education.
They’re not the same thing. Vaccinations are the process of injecting (or otherwise giving) a disease to a person of a particular risk. Vaccines are given to large groups of people, either to completely eradicate a disease, or to treat a specific condition. The point of vaccinations, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, is for the person who receives the vaccine to be able to fight off the disease. Vaccines are not mandatory.
Vaccinations don’t work. The CDC reports that not every child in America receives a shot, and not every child with a known vaccine allergic reaction suffers a real health issue. In this sense, vaccinations don’t work. A vaccine is not a pill or an injection. A vaccine is something that is given to a person in which they have the ability to fight off the disease, but that they may not be able to fight off.
I have to say, I’m not too fond of the way the word “vaccination” is used. I think it’s just a bad excuse for a bad idea. For a lot of people, the word “vaccine” means a pill of some kind. But a vaccine is actually a small injection into a body, a shot that is generally given to young children.
The word vaccination is something that is used because it sounds good. But in actuality, it is a bad idea. Vaccinations are dangerous, ineffective, and unnecessary. It’s a bad idea because of the fact that it is a highly effective way to control diseases. It has been shown to be 100% effective and has been used for thousands of years.
I find it funny that some people will claim that vaccinations have been around for thousands of years, but then they refuse to vaccinate their kids. The problem is that vaccinations are dangerous, ineffective, and unnecessary. The truth is that vaccines have been around for thousands of years, but they haven’t been the way they are today. For example, a vaccine is a small injection into a human arm. This injection has been around for thousands of years.
No one knows exactly what the reason is that vaccinations are dangerous. The truth is that the vast majority of diseases that we have today are caused by genetic defects in our immune system. It is a fact that vaccines are incredibly dangerous, but that is the way they have always been.