1. Cookie Magazine promotes Jenny McCarthy woo – You’d think they would have consulted an actual doctor to address medical issues but apparently Cookie fucking magazine doesn’t aim very high. And as always, Jenny McCarthy back peddles for mainstream press, insisting several times what a great big fan she is of vaccines. Yeah, she loves them so much she thinks infants should get only two even though she admits it will bring back many life-ending diseases and cause many casualties:
I do believe sadly it’s going to take some diseases coming back to realize that we need to change and develop vaccines that are safe. If the vaccine companies are not listening to us, it’s their f___ing fault that the diseases are coming back. They’re making a product that’s s___.
Oh yeah, she LOVES vaccines. . .even though she calls them “shit.” She’s just anti-toxin. Not botox though. Jenny has praised botox, which is the worst toxin out there. It’s sick how many people will throw their kids under the bus in order to worship in the cult of Jenny McCarthy, autism’s cheif false prophet.
2. Atheist advertisements (or athvertisements) benefit everyone – They get the advertising companies more clients because the religious will inevitably create counter ads. They increase the membership of the advertised atheist groups. And lots of people get exposed for the hypocrites that they are. Everyone wins.