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The Facts In The Case Of Dr. Andrew Wakefield
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A fifteen page story about the MMR vaccination controversy. As ever, I'm sure a few spelling errors have slipped past me. Feel free to point any out so I can correct them.

The reference links for the strip are in the next blog entry.

Now! Let's have a heated debate!

2013 update. Since I wrote this blog entry, this cartoon strip as well as many others on such subjects as homeopathy, chiropratic, evolution, and the supposed NASA Moon hoax landings, have been published in a book: Science Tales in the UK (Myriad Edtions) and How To Fake A Moon Landing in the US and Canada (Abrams). Here's the link to my main blog.

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I am Darryl Cunningham and this is my main blog.

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You're talking about people whose idea of a fun family gathering was a public execution.

If a time period that has public executions should be considered stupid and backwards, we have to consider a large part of the Age of Enlightenment as stupid and backwards as well. Public executions lasted until the 1700s, and the French revolution at the end of the 18th century had plenty of public executions of the aristocrats. You're free to be dismissive of the Middle Ages and its people because they had public executions, but then you should probably be dismissive of later time periods as well.

Then so I shall! :p
(And actually, now that you point that out, I suppose one could consider the constant support of war and torture via television as public execution too.)

Not to mention the substitute bloodbaths known as action films.

I am for equal dismissal of ALL periods of time ;)

(Yeah, let's face it, Saddam's hanging was very much a public event as well, even if they didn't show the whole thing :/. Sometimes it's kinda sad how we haven't progressed that much in a thousand years.)

Eh, not really, if you look at progress on a genetic timeline. We're actually doing startlingly well.

When Ted Bundy was executed, about two hundred people gathered outside the prison to cheer, waving posters with legends like "BURN BUNDY BURN" and "ROAST IN PEACE". If there had been ringside seats for sale, don't you think they would've bought them?

Yeah, I realized that later on in the evening.

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