Yes, I remember the Upper Class Twit of the Year skit well. Too funny!
Based on my experience spending A LOT of time in waiting rooms at UTMB in Galveston, TX, the uncomfortable furniture is there to keep homeless people away.
Ummmm…using the old straw man ploy, huh? Well, why not?
Actually, my comment had nothing to do with any association between vascular disease and vaccine versus no vaccine. It was aimed at the idea that many (most?) people who refuse the vaccine are mostly getting their advice from non-medical sources. Instead of chest pain, I should have said broken leg, appendicitis, vertigo, intractable vomiting, etc. In other words, if these people want to believe non medical anti-vaxers, I wonder if they have no confidence in the medical profession for any malady. Why would they trust the medical profession to save them from cancer if they don’t trust the medical professional for a very important preventative solution?
I’m guessing that when anti-vaxers have chest pain they call Tucker Carlson or Laura Ingraham rather than going to the emergency room?
I’ve got that book!
Is that Sherlock Holmes at Reichenbach falls?
Great minds think alike! The first thing I thought of was Laurel and Hardy.
Very well done tribute. Thanks, Parker and Hart!