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Re: “Commentary: Taking shots

We believe in choice for multiple reasons. Once vaccines are safer, then we will vaccinate again. We are pro-life , so we don't agree with aborted baby DNA injected into us. The media does try and avoid that part. Also, we are Christians who follow the Bible,and we do not ingest or inject any biblically unclean ingredients. And then there's the ingredients. Mercury and aluminum serve 2 purposes--- a longer shelf life and to make it to the brain. Unfortunately, my two older children are vaccine injured. This was confirmed by our vaccination attorney, if anyone is nosey. Unfortunately , the statute of limitations had passed. It's 3 years from the shot to receive any compensation. Also, thanks to the flu shot, I now have Lupus. I'm not going to kill my kids and myself just to go along with incorrect information. Also, how much does your doctor make off of vaccines? Check out dollars for docs , propublica. Good luck finding anything on Google about vaccines, Google censors big-time. Also, the media is 100 percent owned by the pharmaceutical companies. And why are there so many doctors winding up dead of "apparent suicide" for speaking the truth about vaccines and the pharmaceutical companies?

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Posted by Mical Abernathy on 12/19/2018 at 12:06 PM

Re: “Bar work

Man, Gazette!!

I really wish you would've checked a few sources before you printed this.
The last paragraph is completely fabricated, and Mr. Pickering has never been paid for his services. Actually, there are multiple people who came together to help Lee Morris with his sudden and rushed purchase that have never been compensated for their hard work.
Mister Morris never "sold his shares" to any restaurant in Oklahoma City. Ever.
I really wish you would have done a bit of fact checking before you decided to waste your talent and ink to print.

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Posted by okcfoodie12345 on 08/10/2018 at 6:24 PM

Re: “Commentary: Taking shots

As an Oklahoman, I appreciate the Oklahoman giving voice to both sides of the issues surrounding vaccines. When it comes to injecting anything into your body there should always be choice. You should not be required to be injected with anything. Services provided by the government, such as public school, should not require injections of anything into your body or your childs body to be enrolled or to receive services. Oklahoma has exemptions for vaccinations/immunizations. I am proud of Oklahoma for that, and that is the way it should stay. Those in favor of vaccines can then be vaccinated and those that for whatever reason do not believe in vaccines can enjoy the Freedoms so many fought for and not be vacinnated.

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Posted by Kristal S. on 12/19/2018 at 1:00 PM

Re: “Commentary: Taking shots

Dr. Wakefield's study was about gastrointestinal issues, not autism. Do the research yourself. Here's more...

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Posted by Dina on 12/20/2018 at 6:13 AM

Re: “Commentary: Taking shots

There is no doubt that vaccines have accomplished great results. Anyone who has watched someone die from tetanus or rabies can attest to that. But they should remain the choice of adults/parents. Nobody should be under any compulsion to get them if they don't want them. Those who are vaccinated have nothing to fear from those who aren't, right? As for science, ask any epidemiologist or population geneticist whether continually vaccinating a population over the long term results in a vigorous population or a vulnerable one. Then consider that any population highly insulated from disease could be at the same catastrophic risk as Native Americans at the time of Columbus. Be interesting to see how much money and support the vaccine lobby has given to certain politicians and government entities, particularly at the county ands state levels.

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Posted by Scott Mahathey on 12/19/2018 at 3:27 PM

Re: “Oklahoma Gazette/ parts ways with Lance West

WTH? You just lost a new follower! Not that you'll notice.

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Posted by janss914 on 08/25/2018 at 12:22 PM

Re: “Neighborhood legacy

Thanks a lot for your thorough article , we at Rays appreciate your honest review and we will try to better ourselves in every possible way . One thing need to be mentioned though : We do not use pre packaged taco shells. We get tortilla and fry it in the kitchen by order. We work on the shape to look good and you probably thought its so perfect that it couldnt be fresh!

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Posted by sherry Khazaeli on 08/08/2018 at 11:13 AM

Re: “Johnny Black Band

LOVE love LOVE this band!!!!!!!!

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Posted by Britni Spurlock on 01/23/2019 at 12:53 AM

Re: “Commentary: Taking shots

Andrew Wakefield was a fraud and produced unscientific and unethically gathered results. He was also getting paid by lawyers who wanted to sue vaccine producing companies. For some reason, many of the people commenting here can't accept that the genesis of their conspiracy theory was a complete fraud.

If anyone truly wants to know the facts about Wakefield's lies and how they have been scientifically disproved multiple times, please read this:

"The Lancet completely retracted the Wakefield et al.[1] paper in February 2010, admitting that several elements in the paper were incorrect, contrary to the findings of the earlier investigation.[7] Wakefield et al.[1] were held guilty of ethical violations (they had conducted invasive investigations on the children without obtaining the necessary ethical clearances) and scientific misrepresentation (they reported that their sampling was consecutive when, in fact, it was selective). This retraction was published as a small, anonymous paragraph in the journal, on behalf of the editors.[8]

The final episode in the saga is the revelation that Wakefield et al.[1] were guilty of deliberate fraud (they picked and chose data that suited their case; they falsified facts).[9] The British Medical Journal has published a series of articles on the exposure of the fraud, which appears to have taken place for financial gain.[1013] "

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Posted by Joe on 12/20/2018 at 5:05 PM

Re: “Commentary: Taking shots

We have two vaccine inured family members and will not be subjecting ourselves to the trash in them any longer, until they are made safe as Japan has tried to do. You can do what you want in Oklahoma, by the way. If you have a problem with peanuts, pork, eggs? Oh my, they are also in vaccines, so is antibiotics and embalming fluid. We do support anyone who wants to vaccinate and pray that we don't loose our rights to decide for ourselves! Hope you consider the science, not just what you were told to say in your editorials! Be real and honest, please! Some people expect an honest paper that doesn't sell out to the money. I will read this paper more when I see that. Thanks.

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Posted by Becky SJohn on 12/19/2018 at 5:33 PM

Re: “Commentary: Taking shots

Why are you deleting comments? Definitely no agenda here....

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Posted by Mical Abernathy on 12/19/2018 at 12:11 PM

Re: “Painful consequences

Time to drug test the elected ! Any investigative reporters out there to find out if the rule includes them or do they continue to have their pain treated by Dr Feel good in the White House?

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Posted by oblivyous on 12/16/2018 at 9:22 AM

Re: “Cover: What we ate in '68

I miss all these wonderful places to go out and eat, but now most are gone or moved north to Edmond. I can't afford the gas just to find a nice place to eat. I don't have the money I use to spend eating out. Wish I had that back. No, my part of town once a very busy place with cafeterias, Mexican, and buffet with the best and finest cooking ever. OKC is a 1 Star restaurant experience compared to what we no longer have or the money to enjoy my favorite past time with good food.

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Posted by Johnie Beth Matthews on 10/20/2018 at 6:21 AM

Re: “Oklahoma Gazette/ parts ways with Lance West

Even though this deal about Lance West isn't a good thing, Im glad that Lances disappearance isn't due to a drastic health issue. I was hoping he hadn't developed early onset Alzheimers, and I have missed his ads about the Alzheimers Associations activities... Wishing him the best of luck...

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Posted by Edie Morris on 10/10/2018 at 12:10 AM

Re: “Pet Gazette: Home to roost

This is the same Laurie Anderson who had a lot of pets die or disappear under mysterious circumstances. I wouldn't entrust her to take care of a simulated pet on a computer screen. PETA needs to take a look at her "rescue" organization and see just how those animals are being cared for.

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Posted by Franklin B on 09/09/2018 at 6:29 PM

Re: “Commentary: Mein campus

Mr. Lang would do the OKC Gazette a favor if he started using facts when he writes his opinions. There is no video proof of anyone chanting "Build the wall" despite hours of footage available of the incident. There is video of the Black Hebrew Israelites shouting slurs and insults to the Covington students. Certain factions of the Black Hebrew Israelites are even recognized as a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center, but we hear nothing from Mr. Lang about what they were saying in almost 2 hours of video.

Nathan Phillips has described himself in a Facebook video as having paperwork indicating he served "in theater" in the Vietnam War and several news outlets have called him a Vietnam veteran, but recent evidence shows he never served outside the United States leading the Washington Post to issue a correction stating that Phillips fought in Vietnam. Still, Mr. Lang refers to Mr. Phillips as Vietnam veteran.

But none of this truth prevents Mr. Lang from repeating lies about what actually happened at the Lincoln Memorial. Mr. Lang appears to be more interested in spreading his own bigotry against Conservatives than in actually addressing the truth in an issue.

And I'm wondering how Nick Sandmann should have responded to Nathan Phillips? What action would have appeased Mr. Lang's bigotry? If Nick Sandmann walked away, he could be accused of disrespecting Nathan Phillips. If he didn't smile, he could be accused of expressing hatred. If he stepped past Nathan Phillips, he could be accused of being aggressive (because just standing still as someone walks up to you pounding a drum is called aggressive now).

Nathan Phillips inserted himself into the crowd of Covington students, he walked up to Nick Sandmann and beat a drum right in the student's face and at no time was Phillip's 'retreat' barred by anyone other than the people with Phillip's who were filming the event in order (I suppose) to post the encounter on social media and gin up more hatred against a group of people different than themselves.

If Mr. Lang wants to fight bigotry and hatred, he might want to look at the actual actions of the other two groups involved in the Lincoln Memorial encounter and then address that.

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Posted by Dwayne Hendrickson on 01/25/2019 at 11:01 AM

Re: “Johnny Black Band

In the Gazette yo!!!!!

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Posted by Corey Matthews on 01/23/2019 at 2:08 AM

Re: “Oklahoma Gazette/ parts ways with Lance West

Too too bad. Lance is a great asset to any organization. The Gazette lost an opportunity to improve

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Posted by craig p on 12/26/2018 at 7:52 PM

Re: “Commentary: Taking shots

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Posted by Dina on 12/20/2018 at 6:12 AM

Re: “Commentary: Taking shots

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Posted by Dina on 12/20/2018 at 6:11 AM

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