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Pro-vaccer bullies anti-vaccer by asking for proof of claims and citing peer-reviewed studies

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PALO ALTO, CA – Pro-vaccine advocates are known for being bullies, especially when dealing with anti-vaccine advocates who make claims about the dangers of vaccines. “All I said was that vaccines are full of toxins and that it is a FACT that they are causing…

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Anti-vaccers voted Worst People on Facebook

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MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA – Poll results collected by Facebook, Inc. were released today revealing that anti-vaccine advocates are “the worst” people on Facebook. The results are as follows in reverse order: 7. The vague sympathy seeker (users who post something vague about their health, hoping…

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Facebook releases new “fingers in ears, stomp up and down” reporting system, modeled after anti-vaccers

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MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA – Facebook announced the implementation of their new algorithm for deleting pages and posts called the “Fingers in Ears, Stomp Up and Down” system. the system has already been used and abused by anti-vaccine and anti-GMO advocates to mass report any page…

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Breaking: ISIS agrees to stop terrorism after enough people finally change their profile picture on Facebook

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RAQQA, SYRIA – The most feared terrorist group in the world announced they will be ceasing all terrorist activity beginning immediately. “There is nothing we can do,” said one of the groups leaders in a recent video. “We always knew that if enough people changed their…

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Woman convinced being anti-vax makes her more interesting to Facebook friends

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TALLAHASSEE, FL – A Tallahassee woman admitted today that she only pretends to be an online anti-vaccine activist in order to seem more interesting to high school Facebook friends. Carly Atwood, 41, started sharing “Big Pharma” conspiracy theories on Facebook two years ago after reading…

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Study: 70% of Facebook users only read the headline of science stories before commenting

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  NEW YORK, NY – A recent study showed that 70% of people actually never read more than the headline of a science article before commenting and sharing. Most simply see a headline they like and click share and make a comment. A recent study…

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