Post Profile

In 90 seconds, Penn & Teller show why vaccination is great

In only 90 seconds with the use of a few props (and some profanity), entertainers Penn & Teller offer a succinct and compelling argument of the benefits of vaccinating our children. So even if vaccination did cause autism, WHICH IT FUCKING DOESN’T, anti-vaccination would still be bullshit. Along with “Vaccines. And now my kids don’t die.”, this might be my favorite anti-vaxxers broadside ever.
read more


Related Posts

Autism advocacy group urges parents to vaccinate children

Humor : Death and Taxes

“The results of this research are clear: Vaccines do not cause autism. We urge that all children be fully vaccinated.”

Final Word: Vaccines Don't Cause Autism

News : The Daily Beast

On Friday a special US court ruled definitively that vaccines are not the cause of autism. Adam Winkler argues that this ruling should finally end parents' unscientific and dangerous refusal to vaccinate their children. On Friday a ...

Penn And Teller Explain Why Immunizations Are Important [Video]

Technology / Social Media : Social News Daily

Famous comedy and magic duo, Penn and Teller are taking on the debate of childhood vaccinations. With many, most notably, Jenny McCarthy, arguing the link of autism with vaccinations, the debate has raged on. Although, scientific ev...

Penn and Teller Use Bowling Pins to Illustrate Why You Should Seriously Vaccinate Your Kids

News : Truthdig

“Even if vaccination did cause autism, which it fucking doesn’t,” shouts Penn Jillette, the more verbal half of the entertainment duo Penn and Teller, “anti-vaccination would still be bullshit.”

Penn & Teller call Bullsht! on anti-vaxxers — using a little thing called science

News : The Raw Story

A short segment from magicians Penn & Teller’s old show Bullsht! still holds up as an effective counter against anti-vaccination arguments. “You may have heard vaccination causes autism in 1 out of 110 children,” Penn Jillette expla...


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC