Vaccines: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)

  • Am Vor 4 years

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    The benefits of vaccines far outweigh the minuscule risks, but some parents still question their safety. John Oliver discusses why some people may still feel uncertainty about childhood vaccinations.

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Franz
Franz

There are two things that just never get old: Jokes about anti-vaxers and the children of anti-vaxers

Vor 2 years
wallywallendo
wallywallendo

@boneman538 fucking crazy

Vor 3 Monate
Karin Powers
Karin Powers

@Kristy Robinson Did you know that a "Kristy" is a girl who has never come up with an original response in her life? 😉

Vor 4 Monate
Kristy Robinson
Kristy Robinson

@Karin Powers ok Karen

Vor 4 Monate
Rebecca
Rebecca

@foreversocal "immunities are not usually passed down generation to generation." Correction: "immunities are not passed down generation to generation."

Vor 4 Monate
Mr Platypus
Mr Platypus

I love how this is relevant again because human stupidity is an endless cycle of hell.

Vor 8 Monate
Frankie D. Roosevelt
Frankie D. Roosevelt

"Children are not horses"-> pushed horse dewormer for his cult members abd their children. 😆

Vor 28 Tage
Chilolo 14
Chilolo 14

It will always be relevant. Diseases and vaccines will always be evolving.

Vor 29 Tage
Katie pitts
Katie pitts

Hey why am I anti social

Vor Monat
Nmutua Sehtam
Nmutua Sehtam

I want this quote on t-shirts, mugs and shouted from mountaintops.

Vor Monat
Nadiya O.
Nadiya O.

Also, can we talk about how much anti-vaccine rhetoric stigmatizes the lives of people with autism?

Vor year
Lijuan Zhou
Lijuan Zhou

If vaccine would cause autism (which they absolutly don‘t), than I would just have one more reason to be thankful, that my mom got me vaccinated. I find it incredibile helpful in this pandemic to not need constant human contact and to be able to keep contact to a minimum without suffering any psycological damage.

Vor 5 Tage
Josh Kresnik
Josh Kresnik

Bless you. Yes! As someone with autism this means a lot to me and others on the spectrum

Vor 9 Tage
Josh Kresnik
Josh Kresnik

Man don’t get me started on that shit 🤣, as someone on the spectrum hearing people talk about how vaccines cause autism are so pitifully stupid, sometimes I get so heated that I’m angry about it but most of the time it is just so laughable and ridiculous and nothing short of farcical

Vor Monat
CollegeBinary
CollegeBinary

So many talk shows age like milk but Oliver consistently ages like wine

Vor year
Michael Johnson
Michael Johnson

And there’s no proof that he doesn’t age like wine!

Vor 18 Tage
Civerius
Civerius

Because his focus is on information, something unbiased and factual will never age badly.

Vor Monat
Denver Beek
Denver Beek

My favorite moment was the Joe Exotic acknowledgment in Third Parties from back in 2016. There's absolutely no way the man isn't a time traveller.

Vor Monat
Odin Satanas
Odin Satanas

Haha i just think it's absolutely hilarious rob Schneider is citing the Nuremberg Laws.. antisemitic laws passed by the Nazis in the 1930s haha, which don't remotely apply or relate to Andy Wakefields nonsense scare..or something that should ever be cited.. I mean, at least cite the Nuremberg TRIALS hahah, you'd still be wrong, but at least be citing laws made by the allies against Nazi leadership, and not laws made BY the Nazis

Vor Monat
Kryptid Creative
Kryptid Creative

That is because only those with a foot in comedy can come anywhere close to the satirical reality we have found ourselves in

Vor 2 Monate
Rachieru382
Rachieru382

Shout out to the nurse I yelled at when I was little after she gave me a vaccine shot. I appreciate that you still gave me stickers after an adorable dressing down and kept doing your job. I also really appreciate not contracting a highly communicable, potentially deforming and/or lethal disease. You're an MVP in the fight against childhood diseases. Thanks.

Vor year
Renee Mazour
Renee Mazour

Vor 3 Monate
Pebachoo Playz
Pebachoo Playz

Shoutout to the nurse i bit when i got my shot. I was young and a little shit and i appreciate that you didnt punt me across the room

Vor 4 Monate
Jonoxes
Jonoxes

This is wholesome.

Vor year
Mrs Mime
Mrs Mime

Stunning and brave.

Vor year
Charity Ava
Charity Ava

"Tiny children are not horses." Well fk, I'm now overwhelmed by the monumental task of having to dismantle my entire tiny kid racing operation..

Vor 8 Monate
Deimos Voralius
Deimos Voralius

This brings up so many questions about the Piner's brand glue factory you set up next to it...

Vor 18 Tage
Cebbi
Cebbi

I hope none of them ever broke a leg...

Vor 5 Monate
Maggots for breakfast
Maggots for breakfast

Do you have a betting bureau? I'm interested....

Vor 5 Monate
Jeff Nolan
Jeff Nolan

What's your over/under? I'm down with that action

Vor 6 Monate
Hosseyn Shanbeh Zaadeh
Hosseyn Shanbeh Zaadeh

His art of acting, his hand gestures, his extremely perfectly timed jokes, his legendary rants... This guy has it all. I know he has won everything, but I still think he's waaaaaaay too underrated, because not every English speaking person knows him. Alas this comment won't be read by anyone. I'm a huge fan from Iran.

Vor year
I Liked Google Plus
I Liked Google Plus

To borrow his joke: I'm from England, where John Oliver is more commonly known as "Who?"

Vor 7 Monate
Sjoerd Janssen
Sjoerd Janssen

@Wendy Adams can it be that you dislike him because you don’t agree with the facts he’s thrown at you?

Vor 8 Monate
JonnyB
JonnyB

It's funny you should say that because i feel like Iranians are waaaaaaay too underrated of a people.

Vor 8 Monate
PQRDG
PQRDG

Man, Donald Trump doesn’t understand medicine AT ALL. Imagine what advice he would give to people during a pandemic... entirely theoretical, of course.

Vor year
Resident Biden
Resident Biden

@yup it's ME! At least he was out there everyday for hours answering questions. We never hear from this current president and when people ask him tough questions he is ushered off. I get why people don't like him but come on, the media would even alter his color saturation to make him look orange.

Vor 2 Monate
yup it's ME!
yup it's ME!

@Resident Biden that uv shit? Well, it was being looked into ok but what he said on national TV was immature and premature. two things he is well known for I guess

Vor 2 Monate
GodisLucifersSlut
GodisLucifersSlut

The family that wore masks outside to protect their son was so ahead of the time lol

Vor year
Dr Dust
Dr Dust

Boigso biunttsd 👽

Vor 8 Monate
co2 hashoil
co2 hashoil

@andrew stop being logical none of the sheep understand you

Vor 10 Monate
Chris Howard
Chris Howard

@Carlos Velez bkj BB no bn

Vor 11 Monate
Chris Howard
Chris Howard

@Carlos Velez n

Vor 11 Monate
Susan Petty
Susan Petty

I was born in 1951. The measles vaccine wasn’t developed until 1963. I got measles as did many of my friends. One friend ended up with heart damage and another went deaf. So you bet my kids were vaccinated on schedule. For everything.

Vor 3 years
Jose Rosas
Jose Rosas

@Adrian Pietkiewicz w32

Vor 21 Tag
Rotem Pe'er-Raviv
Rotem Pe'er-Raviv

"I'm debating the age" said the woman holding a baby with EARRINGS.

Vor year
Jason Nielsen
Jason Nielsen

@Motionless Perception I'm not.....I never once tried to impregnate or sexually penetrate anyone here, and definitely wouldn't, not without being wined and dined first anyways.....I do have some class

Vor 4 Monate
MMD
MMD

@A HA Same, I got my ears pierced at like, 4 or 5? They were done by with a piercing gun, it hurt really bad, they got (lightly) infected and they aren't symetrical. 23 years later and I still remember it being very traumatizing lol. Getting my lip pierced was a lot less stressful, also....it was my choice.

Vor 4 Monate
Everything13ish
Everything13ish

"We avoid large groups of people and wear masks" hmm almost sounds like social distancing protocols have been around for a very long time for immune-compromised people, and have been proven effective and we should just follow them.

Vor year
石尸丹丁丹廾彐丁囗 中仈丹仁片囗
石尸丹丁丹廾彐丁囗 中仈丹仁片囗

@Patrick Colantuoni He also said that asymptomatic transmission has never been the driver for outbreaks...

Vor 7 Monate
石尸丹丁丹廾彐丁囗 中仈丹仁片囗
石尸丹丁丹廾彐丁囗 中仈丹仁片囗

@Everything13ish Do they teach politeness in medical schools ?

Vor 7 Monate
Blip Machine
Blip Machine

As always, the British parrot was ahead of his time.

Vor year
Julian Carr-de Avelon
Julian Carr-de Avelon

Im callin John only :"the british parrot"

Vor 6 Monate
Rodrigator X
Rodrigator X

@Zack Smith what are you talking about? He's done far worse than that. It wasn't his undoing. It was in character, and didn't do anything we haven't see him do before

Vor 6 Monate
U U
U U

Ah yes, Last Week's Morning Report with Sad Zazu

Vor 7 Monate
Vlad
Vlad

This video aged well. Unlike the unvaccinated child.

Vor year
G.D. Graham
G.D. Graham

Oof

Vor 10 Monate
Lakshay Solanki
Lakshay Solanki

Imagine being pro-life & anti-vaccine.

Vor year
Alain Kaddour
Alain Kaddour

and pro death penalty

Vor 10 Tage
Jay Ayerson
Jay Ayerson

@Deus Ex Machina Where, please? Subtext - especially subtext without coding - is not text. For example, '/s' would have gone a long way to making your point.

Vor 7 Monate
Deus Ex Machina
Deus Ex Machina

@Jay Ayerson Speaking of understanding what someone's trying to say, Katie was pointing out the hypocrisy of pro-birth types who are all about bodily autonomy when it comes to denying their child vaccines based on pseudoscience, but deny bodily autonomy to women who decide to get an abortion.

Vor 7 Monate
Jay Ayerson
Jay Ayerson

@Katie F Imagine misreading John Oliver's sarcasm that badly. I think of it more like 'it's a bit like skydiving without a parachute. You can choose not to vaccinate, but you really shouldn't.' Also, as an aside, there are plenty of reasons why women might want to have an abortion - inability to provide, inability to care, unsafe pregnancy, major genetic illness, rape... Forcing women to jump through hoops for medical care is not okay. I've met a number of mothers who've also had to make that awful decision, so that they can better care for a child later. Developmentally, an embryo is more or less indistinguishable without specialised equipment, and in my personal case my mother didn't know she was pregnant with me until after the first trimester. It's okay, there are books and therapists that can help with understanding satire. I know from experience. (edits for clarity)

Vor 8 Monate
Random channel
Random channel

I love how you deliver true news about real stuff and make it in a way that is interesting for children like me and make them want to watch for the jokes but also to learn

Vor 10 Monate
Mushu_Beardie
Mushu_Beardie

You sound like me when I was younger. I started watching this show when I was 12. :) It's nice to see kids as interested in this kind of stuff as I was. It gives me hope for the future.

Vor 5 Monate
Feywildheart
Feywildheart

After the deep-dive that Hbomberguy did regarding Wakefield, John's practically pouring praise onto him. Wakefield is a man who, when hired by a lawmaker hoping to profit from vaccinations, abused children, altered findings to claim an apparent connection between autism and an intestinal disorder after patenting his own measles vaccine that was so flawed, it would never have passed testing. Given the resources to further expand upon his findings, he waffed it, because he knew he could not replicate his study under strict scrutiny. When a reporter, Brian Deer, investigated, Wakefield tried to silence him in a lawsuit, then dropped it when the judge ruled that Deer would have full, unredacted entry into Wakefield's notes and findings. This was a man that was PRO vaccine wanting to make money, now stuck with an ANTI vaccine audience to survive and remain relevant, even appearing on Infowars, a man who also makes up things in order to make money.

Vor 11 Monate
Moritz Nesbigall
Moritz Nesbigall

to be fair to john.... he's gotta keep it to less than 30 min.

Vor 10 Tage
Ellie Bush
Ellie Bush

Yeah its pretty frustrating to see the language here after watching the hbomberguy video. Wakefield didn't "distort data" and "act unethically." He completely fabricated data and almost killed children solely for his own financial interest.

Vor 11 Monate
Cmdr. Shepard
Cmdr. Shepard

Yeah, looking back after H. Bomberguy’s recent video about this, I wish John had gone more in depth about Wakefield and his “study” and just how flawed and bad it really was.

Vor 11 Monate
Meower Twelve
Meower Twelve

"I don't know who to ask about vaccines." Try your doctor, the person you'd ask about any other health issue.

Vor year
Winston Smith
Winston Smith

@Artmis Pirband yea ik lol. All I'm saying is they are people too. Having a certain profession doesn't make one an all knowing infallible being. Which is how people often treat professionals.

Vor Monat
Artmis Pirband
Artmis Pirband

@Winston Smith well them you go to multiple doctors..I do the same but if all of them say I have cancer then I believe it

Vor Monat
Winston Smith
Winston Smith

@Andrei Yang I'm crazy baby

Vor Monat
Andrei Yang
Andrei Yang

@Winston Smith I thought this was going to be Sturgeon's law, but no, you're just off the deep end. You're not going to be better than a doctor at health-related decisionmaking, just like you're not going to know what I mean when I say your car has a non-interference engine. Feel free to think for yourself, but recognizing someone is educated in a field and advising you, then actively choosing to make your own decisions is dumb as hell, man. Why even go to a doctor?

Vor Monat
Abby B
Abby B

My mom didn’t vaccinate me, I am proud to say as of today I’m fully vaccinated. I’m 24.

Vor 2 years
JRK
JRK

Ah, you were still growing up back then, I see. Haha

Vor 4 Tage
Nicholas Stoddard
Nicholas Stoddard

Well done madam

Vor 6 Tage
Ian Leonard
Ian Leonard

Same. Just got my final vaccine that I was behind on.

Vor 6 Tage
Late
Late

3:57 Imagine back when only 1% of parents didn't vaccinate their kids. Those were the days...

Vor 6 Monate
MakotoKamui
MakotoKamui

Rewatching this during the 'debate' about COVID vaccines and masks.. and continuing to beat my head against the wall over people who still try to find excuses on all this. If you are medically able, get your vaccines, and if you are able, wear your mask during a pandemic. And if you can't get your shot or wear a mask, there are services available so you can stay home and not keep this pandemic going!

Vor 8 Monate
Abnsdllnnlosnfd
Abnsdllnnlosnfd

Trump: "Kids are not horses." Also Trump: Touting Ivermectin

Vor 5 Monate
Da Tata
Da Tata

What's about Hunter investment in US bio labs in Ukraine? Nobody talk about it?

Vor Monat
Zack K
Zack K

WINNER

Vor Monat
Rogue Vigilante
Rogue Vigilante

"Tiny children are not horses." Someone might want to tell the Ivermectin crowd that.

Vor 8 Monate
Andreas Englund
Andreas Englund

Too bad Ivermectin doesn't work on brainworms.

Vor 7 Monate
Zoe Clara
Zoe Clara

I find it hilarious that John Oliver calls the human body a "Carnival of Horrors", and in the episode of Rick and Morty he guest starred in, he was a guy who ran a carnival inside the human body.

Vor 4 years
Lihle Dukwana
Lihle Dukwana

0000

Vor 4 Tage
Rex Ablett
Rex Ablett

MrTheDerper - Dr Xenon Bloom, baby!

Vor 2 years
Blackheartzero, the Underground Song Critic
Blackheartzero, the Underground Song Critic

Not just a mere Carnival- an entire _Theme Park and Disease Zoo._

Vor 2 years
Bree Maurer
Bree Maurer

Thank you for reminding me of this beautiful moment

Vor 2 years
DE
DE

i got rubella at 8mths old and nearly died. For the rest of my childhood my doctor referred to me as the child that should have died, but for my mother taking exceptional care. Childhood diseases are real and usually deadly.

Vor year
Theresa Lang
Theresa Lang

13:55 Hermosa elección XTINDER.Uno _de los mejores conciertos_ 13:23 Senada: ''Hermoso'' 13:23 Megan: ''Hotter'' 13:23 Hopi: ''Sweeter'' 13:23 Joonie: ''Cooler'' 13:23 Yoongi: ''Butter'' 13:23 Amor: ''Momentos'' 13:23 Alfiora: ''Preety'' 13:23 Alana: ''Awesome'' 21:55 Son unos de los mejores conciertos, no puede ir pero de tan solo verlos desde pantalla, se que estuvo sorprendente. 00:04

Vor 2 Monate
Sienna Ross
Sienna Ross

So re. the whole, "the age when kids get the MMA vaccine is the age that diagnosable signs of autism start to appear". I have ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder). I have severe insomnia, which is common for ASD, and I'm told I had it from basically day one. Mind you, that's anecdotal, and it's difficult to distinguish signs of autism from normal variations in infant sleeping habits. Still pretty interesting to consider that you might be able to observe subtle indications of ASD in preverbal children, possibly another route to consider in terms of proving there's no correlation? Not that I want to encourage more pointless studies, but I'd like people to vaccinate more and if that's what it takes.

Vor 8 Monate
Monya Gal
Monya Gal

most viewed? jack pot! Edward Dowgiert? or Monika Dowgiert? I think I got a letter from a local court, I'd like to have someone join the investigation.... Derren Brown are recruiting talent.... they have been acting the part for entertainment purposes only for way too long.... at this point I only make comments to incriminate anyone in connection to Derren Brown. orry guys, but you are only mildly entertaining, but it is a nice format for adult dating show and some other things with love boat , cruise ship preformers... I'm hungry, send me some food. Call Derren Brown, Hellen Mirren said it best.... tea bagging , where have I heard it before...? was it DHL? Site 3? in Tickhill? Was it? his face reminds that actor from that Derren Brown Show , I don't know why... no matter, if your facial features are of interest to me, they are of interest to them. You do know they are the whole Paperclip uk team ? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uuhH-rx8ay8&list=TLPQMTMwNTIwMjINBkDC-qcjqw&index=45

Vor 3 Tage
Andrew Bledsoe
Andrew Bledsoe

Him cracking up at his own fish rant kills me every time 😂

Vor year
Benoit Hubert
Benoit Hubert

Same! Makes me laugh as much as the rant itself 😁

Vor 8 Monate
Dan H
Dan H

Two things never get old: - Dark humour - Children of Anti-vaxxers

Vor 2 years
Memberberry
Memberberry

@Counterfeit bro you literally said exactly the same joke but worded it differently? Are you proud of yourself? That was pretty pathetic.

Vor Tag
Monya Gal
Monya Gal

@Counterfeit most viewed? jack pot! Edward Dowgiert? or Monika Dowgiert? I think I got a letter from a local court, I'd like to have someone join the investigation.... Derren Brown are recruiting talent.... they have been acting the part for entertainment purposes only for way too long.... at this point I only make comments to incriminate anyone in connection to Derren Brown. orry guys, but you are only mildly entertaining, but it is a nice format for adult dating show and some other things with love boat , cruise ship preformers... I'm hungry, send me some food. Call Derren Brown, Hellen Mirren said it best.... tea bagging , where have I heard it before...? was it DHL? Site 3? in Tickhill? Was it? his face reminds that actor from that Derren Brown Show , I don't know why... no matter, if your facial features are of interest to me, they are of interest to them. You do know they are the whole Paperclip uk team ? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uuhH-rx8ay8&list=TLPQMTMwNTIwMjINBkDC-qcjqw&index=45

Vor 3 Tage
fn0va
fn0va

so true

Vor year
nan
nan

@CraftingKaria everyone’s opinion matters, especially when they have an informed and personal point of view that sheds light where others sit in the dark. You should try it sometime

Vor year
Dusk
Dusk

I don’t remember what her condition was, but there was a girl in my elementary that we’ll call Y. Y had constant heart and breathing problems, and an extreme vulnerability during flu season. She had so many periods when she was absent from school for days at a time. She had to do a presentation in each of her classes every single year to make sure that people knew how vulnerable she was. Y could’ve very very easily died from something like measles, so when parents started avoiding vaccines when I was little, she had to work with the teachers to make it clear it was necessary. If someone was sick they had to stay home or they’d likely kill her. She is alright now, and her immune system has improved since she was little. But it’s knowing someone like that, someone so susceptible to anything, that makes me cautious. I always made sure to be careful when feeling nauseous, sick, anything, but I know people who don’t give a shit. It’s worrying to know that all of this is going on when I know how vulnerable Y is. I just hope that anyone who believes vaccines are awful and cause autism, anything, I hope they learn. Not just for their children’s sake, but for Y and others like her.

Vor year
Alexander Tot
Alexander Tot

What if Y grew up to be an antivaxxer lol Depressing but I’m American, so it wouldn’t surprise me. Good grief

Vor 4 Monate
Reilly Mercer
Reilly Mercer

My grandma brings up her friend from childhood who contracted polio, and always expresses how lucky she and her sisters were that they never caught it. She can't understand vaccine hesitancy when it saved so many lives.

Vor 6 Monate
Monya Gal
Monya Gal

most viewed? jack pot! Edward Dowgiert? or Monika Dowgiert? I think I got a letter from a local court, I'd like to have someone join the investigation.... Derren Brown are recruiting talent.... they have been acting the part for entertainment purposes only for way too long.... at this point I only make comments to incriminate anyone in connection to Derren Brown. orry guys, but you are only mildly entertaining, but it is a nice format for adult dating show and some other things with love boat , cruise ship preformers... I'm hungry, send me some food. Call Derren Brown, Hellen Mirren said it best.... tea bagging , where have I heard it before...? was it DHL? Site 3? in Tickhill? Was it? his face reminds that actor from that Derren Brown Show , I don't know why... no matter, if your facial features are of interest to me, they are of interest to them. You do know they are the whole Paperclip uk team ? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uuhH-rx8ay8&list=TLPQMTMwNTIwMjINBkDC-qcjqw&index=45

Vor 3 Tage
Quetzal the Gamer
Quetzal the Gamer

I love that he talks about his own child at the very end.

Vor 9 Monate
srishti agarwal
srishti agarwal

@Mushu_Beardie ikr!!! And i was amazed by how LITTLE that boy was! John's face looked huge in comparison

Vor Monat
Mushu_Beardie
Mushu_Beardie

I feel like he wanted an excuse to show off his adorable baby, and I'm all for it!

Vor 5 Monate
Otto Hess
Otto Hess

I didn't even realize this was from 2017. I thought they were talking about the coronavirus right until they mentioned measles.

Vor year
corbeau
corbeau

same for the NRA declaring bankruptcy, Trump strangling the GOP and beating it into submission, hell, the man becoming President. Them rants and thousands of tweets. Internet is also pretty much a game changer these last decades. Like automation and a rising China. Things _will_ change... That's part of the problem for the conservatives in the US.The whole reason they voted to MAGA and go back to the future...

Vor 10 Monate
corbeau
corbeau

I realised because there was an audience and Jon looked much younger. Ever since he's living in the states, he started ageing rapidly xD One might have nothing to do with the other, then again, Jon has a lot to worry about there. But yeah, sadly, a lot of his shows might as well be repeated 4 years later and still ring true. I'm, just hoping they do age a bit in 10-30 years. but like blackamateurflame says, many things don't really change... Healthcare will still be a mess, rich will be better off than poor, race and gender will remain to have issues. But... Black people are being heard, gay people are allowed and embraced. Just not by everybody, but it the sentiment would be unimaginable 30-50 years ago. So things do change a bit, while they persist. I suppose it's a glass half full, or empty kind of thing.

Vor 10 Monate
blackamaterasuflame
blackamaterasuflame

Things never change

Vor 11 Monate
Senator Seymour
Senator Seymour

I could only tell because he wasn’t in the void

Vor year
spitfiresiemion
spitfiresiemion

I noticed thanks to moving to this video from one that just came out... but yeah, all of this still applies. I have to admit though, it feels really weird to watch old videos with audience after a year of listening to broadcasts from the void.

Vor year
Spyderred
Spyderred

I had polio two years before the vaccine was available. It took nearly two years for me to learn to walk again without crutches. My cousin, ill at the same time, never got out of a wheelchair and became a recluse. I cannot even recall being able to run. To think that there are people calling themselves parents who would intentionally be okay with this possibility for their children, who cannot protect themselves from their parents.

Vor 2 years
Devin Shea Productions
Devin Shea Productions

This entire post is bs. Just a money troll.

Vor 4 Monate
Andrea Deagon
Andrea Deagon

My father had polio as a teen and had similar problems, he always limped and his handwriting was difficult for him. But he did largely recover and live a good life. Others were far less fortunate I know. I was definitely vaccinated for everything and my children too.

Vor 4 Monate
A HA
A HA

@Veronika B the internet made people both better informed and more misinformed. The access to information is amazing, but which you'll find depends on what you are looking for... Also, sometimes or most of the time it overlaps. People get enlightened about some fields and dig down into the misinformation about others. Someone might get far more enlightened about vaccines yet double down on false "bro science" about workouts, or become a genius at metalworking thanks to the internet yet fall for QAnon.

Vor 5 Monate
André-Raphael Koch
André-Raphael Koch

@Veronika B it’s because the internet isn’t a library, it’s a dumpster

Vor 5 Monate
SaltRiver Pirate
SaltRiver Pirate

"No amount of evidence will ever convince an idiot" _Mark Twain

Vor year
Justanotherconsumer
Justanotherconsumer

Feelings don’t care about your facts.

Vor 9 Monate
Jackie Janes
Jackie Janes

Just a reminder that we don't need a "cure" for autism.

Vor 11 Monate
Otilia Layfield
Otilia Layfield

Vaccines are a great scientific invention of our century and we all have to be grateful that we live in this time when they exist. When I was a child, not even long time ago, when vaccines were not available, I had all the childhood diseases, laying sick in the bad for weeks at the time, while my child, having all the vaccines per CDC schedule, is healthy and did not stayed even one day sick in the bad. It does not exist a more precious present a parent can give to a child that to vaccinate him/her.

Vor 6 Monate
Christopher Martin
Christopher Martin

When something is so accurate it is 100% applicable years later.

Vor 9 Monate
Spiral Down
Spiral Down

My bfs son has heart, liver, intestine, and immunity problems I’ve spent all of quarantine freaking out about people not following the rules. EVERYDAY other people exposed me, even when begging hr for a machine that people wouldn’t walk past. He wouldn’t survive if he got covid. Also my company never made masks while staying open and claiming necessity. Everyone ordering a t shirt, is wearing one. I’m still disgusted, and the only one who wears a mask during my shift.

Vor 9 Monate
Andy Babb
Andy Babb

REEEEAAAALLY feel like this episode needs to air again NOW, at least in the US. 💉😷

Vor year
aliciaisnumberone69
aliciaisnumberone69

My great grandmother lined up for the polio vaccination. She had to pay a farmer to drive her and her 10 surviving children to get the shot. She was determined I can't understand why people are antivax like have you read a history book FML.

Vor year
Knave the Dave
Knave the Dave

The re-definition of insanity, or more accurately the repurposing of the word to describe futility, is probably one of the best things to come out of memes.

Vor Tag
Kaylee Logghe
Kaylee Logghe

As an Autistic person: Do you know how horrible it is to constantly be told that people would rather have their baby die than be autistic? Autism is not a broken brain it is a different one.

Vor 2 years
Sir Prize
Sir Prize

@Rebecca This heavily depends on your definition of learning disability. People tend to use learning disorder and learning disability interchangeably (heck, even I'm somewhat guilty of that) which leads to misunderstandings. Most people with difficulty learning fall under the "learning disorder" category because their brains are just different, and usually they can be completely functional once a psychologist figures out the correct learning strategy for that particular person. Learning disability is more serious and usually refers to significant trauma or damage that heavily impairs an individual's ability to learn and retain information. Like autistic folks, they may have specific tasks that they are exceptionally good at, such as spatial reasoning, organization, etc, but will likely severely lack in other areas. I think on a broader level your point is the same as mine though. My point here is that every brain is different and nobody should be judged by their disability/disorder.

Vor 4 Monate
Sir Prize
Sir Prize

@MiotaLee There is a huge difference between intelligence and knowledge. Perhaps your coworker is smarter than you think, and just hasn't had to change many lightbulbs in their lifetime ;)

Vor 4 Monate
Rebecca
Rebecca

@Sir Prize One can be learning disabled and still be smart. Learning disabilities affect the way the brain processes information, and people with LD usually have an average or above average IQ.

Vor 4 Monate
Prince of Determination & Video Mogul Black Star
Prince of Determination & Video Mogul Black Star

THANK YOU!

Vor 5 Monate
Chelsea Older
Chelsea Older

When I was in elementary school, a new kid came to our class. We were all told in class his name, where he came from, and what he was going through. He was fighting an aggressive leukemia, and in order to keep him healthy and allowed to play and work along side with us, we had to wear paper masks and wash our hands according to the bell (she had an alarm clock set on her desk for it). If we did not feel well, tell our parents before coming to school, and if we had a fever, arrangements would be made if we were unable to stay home. This was also sent home and had to be signed by our parents and at Open House it was re-explained to everyone at once so we all understood. Everybody followed the rules. He stayed healthy (and beat it, he is 38 years old today). Nobody complained. End of story. What the hell happened to common decency in the USA?

Vor 11 Tage
Quinn Fowlie
Quinn Fowlie

*_John:_* "There's no way those children aren't about to be decapitated by a stop sign!" *_Ari Aster:_* "Write that down, write that down!!!" If you know, you know.

Vor year
Sheila Bush
Sheila Bush

Congratulations!!!!!! Being a parent is the most beautiful part of life. It’s the hardest too. ❤️❤️❤️❤️

Vor year
Ashe Game
Ashe Game

After re-watching this again thinking about it, it might seem like it is bad for a doctor to compromise with the parent if they want vaccines to be spaced out. But here's the thing, regardless of how it might seem these parents are still afraid of having their child being vaccinated all at once. What this doctor proposed was a theoretical plan to give parents comfort, and I would prefer the parent do that over not vaccinating the child at all because of their fear. It's not ideal of course but unless you can change the parent's mind it is ultimately their decision since a baby can't make its own decisions. So yeah I was with this guy, I don't agree at all with his theoretical plan but at least by giving the parent what they want you can still get the child vaccinated over not getting vaccinated. Then the doctor just had to say "vaccines don't cause autism except for when they do", I instantly switched sides.

Vor year
Babe one
Babe one

Fun fact. The Doctor who invented the vaccine for the polio was this guy 0:27 Jonas Salk. And he chose not to patent the vaccine or seek any profit from it. One interview he was asked 'who owned this patent?' he said: "There is no patent. Could you patent the sun?" Cool dude.

Vor year
Alain Kaddour
Alain Kaddour

@Christian Van Schepen are you a doctor. where are you doing your research a university or is it Facebook

Vor 10 Tage
Lorelai Clubb
Lorelai Clubb

I think that’s cool, but Salk also took Henrietta Lacks’ cells without her or her family’s knowledge or permission to make the vaccine. And her family is still struggling to get recognition for that today. Yes he did the work, but we really need to thank Henrietta and her life saving HeLa cells. :)

Vor 20 Tage
Jeffrey Carman
Jeffrey Carman

Just watched this again, vaccines are so much more prescient than ever before. Thank you sir, for your excellent and hilarious commentary.

Vor year
Heather
Heather

Yes! This is vital information- so scary how quickly bad information is accepted and spread like rumors in jr high school.

Vor year
The Boi
The Boi

Halfway through and this is already one of the most chaotic last week tonight's I've seen. With "The human body is a true carnival of horrors and frankly, I'm embarrassed to have one." And now a full minute of John Oliver insulting various fish.

Vor year
The Boi
The Boi

Almost immediately after writing this he started talking about how minions will murder us if given the chance. (And frankly, he's right.)

Vor year
Amanda Gordon
Amanda Gordon

Felicidades, es un buen ejemplo. 250 sentadillas son unos TOPGIRLS.Uno muchas y un buen ejercicio. 5:25 Se deja ver que hay muy buenos resultados 😍👍 Saludos desde la Cd.. de world 🌹😉💖 los mortales abian apreciado tan hermosa mujer.

Vor Monat
avedic
avedic

It's genuinely interesting how there are MANY Last Week Tonight videos from years ago.......that become re-relevant years later.

Vor year
David Medlin
David Medlin

Because we never fix our problems because theirs no profit in it.... all hail our lord profit

Vor 16 Tage
DiZastur
DiZastur

Am guessing that the ability to tell it like it is, to take on any topic whatsoever and to be backed fully by his network and to be totally fearless of who is offended, makes repeated relevance inevitable. Kudos to the no doubt ulcerous network exec assigned to ride herd on the Last Week Tonight show. This show is brilliant.

Vor Monat
Will Fungusman
Will Fungusman

They were always relevant gtfo

Vor 2 Monate
slavik k
slavik k

Almost as if he knew the future.

Vor 6 Monate
Tyler Larson
Tyler Larson

Time for part 2 John, this is the moment we need you!

Vor year
Horace Bently
Horace Bently

Yeah, we need to talk more about this. Thanks, John.

Vor year
m s
m s

I would love it if a Spanish language version was made, like with the MLM video. There is so much mosinformation in Spanish and it can be hard for heritage speakers to find good info to help educate their family members

Vor year
m s
m s

And you know your tía will watch whatever you send her on Whatsapp

Vor year
DragonQueen12492
DragonQueen12492

Okay, so something I do want to say is that although I absolutely believe in the normal schedule of vaccines, getting them slowly is better than not getting them at all. So if that's what the doctor is trying to do (which he probably isn't) then I think that's a not-as-terrible idea.

Vor 7 Monate
Thesaurus Rex
Thesaurus Rex

As an autistic person, my parents freaked out and worried a lot when they found out about the potential "link" between autism and vaccines. To which I responded: A. Dad, you are also autistic. That's where I got it from. Not the medicine that saves people's lives. B. I'm honestly happy to be autistic. It lets me see the world in a way that not many people can, and it's beautiful. C. I'd much rather be autistic than dead, and I'm pretty sure that most people would agree. Individuals with high functioning autism can lead full and happy lives. Individuals who get these illnesses that we vaccinate for can be crippled for life, if not killed by those illnesses. I understand that low functioning autism is a whole different beast, but I'm betting that most of them still want to live, and, if not, there are ways to end their lives that don't put other people at risk. And, after much investigation, D. The scientific community agrees as universally as is possible that there is no link. I think that many parents who have grown up themselves in a vaccinated society, without the plagues that have devastated populations throughout history, think that those plagues entail a light fever, a stuffy nose, and a few days outside of school, since that's all they've ever experienced (or at least, all that they remember). The life-threatening reality of those illnesses is so distant that they cannot comprehend it, unless something like what happened in Minnesota happens to them, and then it becomes all too real. They don't understand the deadly risk of these illnesses, and so "autism" (a condition that can be very difficult to understand) seems much scarier than something with a cute name like "measles", even though Autism, even in extreme cases, very rarely leads to serious injury or death, while measles can easily have serious and permanent complications. But the best part is, they don't even need to make a choice, since *vaccines don't cause autism.*

Vor 4 years
A Man Who Wants To Watch The World Burn
A Man Who Wants To Watch The World Burn

I feel ya.

Vor year
Bobby Long
Bobby Long

@antonio bortoni there are more heavy metals and additives in the vitamins you take than in vaccines, please, look around you and do some research! just look at how widely used titanium dioxide is and then come back and talk to me!

Vor year
Hayao Kakizaki
Hayao Kakizaki

@antonio bortoni >aluminum >heavy metal

Vor year
Hiking OR
Hiking OR

You make assumptions and try to tie them into your own life experiences. You are not knowledgeable about the topic at hand. You are giving bad information thinking you are helping people. P.S. I'm very familiar with Asperger syndrome.

Vor year
O B one
O B one

@antonio bortoni As you say… You are not a scientist and it shows

Vor year
LazyBuccaneer
LazyBuccaneer

The human body is a true carnival of horror and frankly I'm embarrassed to have one.

Vor year
Laura Sullivan-King
Laura Sullivan-King

I laughed so hard at this

Vor 8 Monate
Karen Watkins
Karen Watkins

Wait until you get over 60 years old. That’s when it really starts falling apart. Most people I know over 60 don’t talk about their physical pain because there is no point and they would rather talk about other things.

Vor year
dena81
dena81

It's amazing this was 3 years ago and now we're in a world where a vaccine is so desperately needed so we can even go back to just having a large audience laughing at this show live

Vor year
Angus Davies
Angus Davies

Perhaps we should have some sort of "vaccine testing" to determine safety and efficacy. Perhaps there should be a kind of "health-care expert" that we could ask stupid questions to and doubt.

Vor year
Sonoran Saguaro
Sonoran Saguaro

🌵Thank you John! You have made a better argument for ANY and ALL vaccines than ANYONE I've heard explain it. You made it.deep water CLEAR about every aspect of Reason! Thank you for you time & talent!💖🌷🌺

Vor year
LogidodoPlyz
LogidodoPlyz

The reason more people are autistic is because 30 years ago we didn't know what autism was.

Vor 3 years
David A
David A

No, it's because Pharma was granted immunity from liability 30 years ago.

Vor 10 Monate
LogidodoPlyz
LogidodoPlyz

@Love is the most powerful force in the Universe It is correct that Autism was first discovered well before the 90's, however most of the time it was misunderstood as being "weird" or just never found. Most of the diagnoses today are for much smaller forms, the kind that could have been looked over when Autism wasn't well known. And in the severe cases, many people would simply send these people to the mental "hospitals" of the day.

Vor 11 Monate
LogidodoPlyz
LogidodoPlyz

@comett itun No, I know it's been two years. I have a friend who is autistic, Autism is a major issue and needs to be dealt with accordingly. It definitely isn't easy to fix, however, vaccines aren't the cause. I understand the pseudoscience behind anti-vax, however it has been disproven time and time again.

Vor 11 Monate
NinjaKED12
NinjaKED12

@comett itun because older people don’t get tested for autism, you have to voluntarily do it

Vor 11 Monate
Ice Queen
Ice Queen

I'm 50 this year and I have a lovely scar where I was vaccinated as a child. I vaccinated all my kids and was just happy it didn't leave a scar for life!

Vor Monat
Goyo
Goyo

I love how every story about vaccine skepticism always comes back to Andrew Wakefield and his horrible horrible paper. A paper mind u, so bad and with affects so damaging, he not only lost his doctorate he's also banned from going anywhere near his home in Britain.

Vor 5 Monate
BlondeGirlSez This
BlondeGirlSez This

I watched this in 2021 kind of in the background thinking the whole time it was last season during Covid... John Oliver, you are a true prophet.

Vor year
Alisha Veits
Alisha Veits

Im SOOOOO excited to get my first vaccine tomorrow! Always thought those mass vaccine newsreels were interesting... now I'm going to get a vaccine out the window of my car!

Vor year
Kris Aaron
Kris Aaron

Measles survivor here. It went through our neighborhood in 1955, and nobody was particularly sick except for me. 105F fevers for two days cooked my eyes and cost me permanent vision degradation, my hair fell out and I was left with hearing distortion that is crippling when I'm tired or distracted. No measles vax existed back then; we'd just gotten the Salk vax and were thrilled to have it. Several kids in my town were permanently crippled and one died, thanks to polio. I honestly don't understand how loving parents can allow their children to go through the hell of contagious diseases that our great grandparents would have sold their souls for. Visit an old cemetery and look at the little headstones. You won't often see just one; they're clustered in groups of three, four and sometimes five or six, all with dates a few days apart. These were someone's children, and they all died around the same time of the same thing: infections disease. It's not something to screw around with. Seriously.

Vor 3 years
Dea Carey
Dea Carey

Thank you for reminding us all how much we benefit from routine immunization! I am grateful to be vaccinated against tetanus, diphtheria, whooping cough, hep A and B, polio, measles, and so many more. I’m sorry we didn’t have a Covid vaccine earlier. I had Covid Christmas 2020, when almost no one could be vaccinated. I’m a long hauler with memory, breathing, and fatigue issues. Several relatives have been hospitalized. And my sister-in-law died of Covid in July 2020. I’m thankful we can get vaccinated now. I’m vaxxed and boosted to protect my community and myself.

Vor 4 Monate
Jasryl6
Jasryl6

@Kris Aaron I trust Virologists and doctors who understand vaccines far more than conspiracy freaks. Have you ever listened to the real experts? Watch any Congressional hearings on vaccines with the CDC. Search “Dr. William Thompson “full audio” to hear from the CDC’s senior scientist and lead epidemiologist. Watch the world’s most recognized Virologist, Dr. Stanley Plotkin under oath answering honest questions about vaccine safety and fraudulent studies. He is very pro-vaccine. But, you’ll learn a lot. Lastly, just to prove my point about how much doctors know, watch the President of the American Academy of Pediatrics, Dr. Teresa Holtrop, answering questions under oath. I listen to the experts. I only deal in factual information. No conspiracy theories.

Vor 2 years
Firstname Lastname
Firstname Lastname

I have to say as someone with Autism its super offensive that someone would rather have a dead kid then a 'mistake' like me.

Vor year
Lesley Edgley
Lesley Edgley

My son is 40 and has autism. He is a beautiful man with the proverbial heart of gold. I wouldn't swap him for anything at all. We got through the early years together, and he now helps me so much as I am now disabled.

Vor year
Mona Gee UK
Mona Gee UK

@Nicholas Byrd anyone who doesn't answer that question with "it doesn't matter; i'll love my kid either way" isn't ready to have a child and doesn't deserve one.

Vor year
Mona Gee UK
Mona Gee UK

@Nicholas Byrd "autism is worse than maybe dying" isn't actually much better or kinder than "autism is worse than definitely dying" so i really don't see why it matters

Vor year
Nicholas Byrd
Nicholas Byrd

@Mona Gee UK I think if you asked 1000 people if they would rather their child be autistic or not be autistic 999 would say they want their kid to not have autism

Vor year
Catbird
Catbird

The impossibility of proving a negative statement is an amazing point that is so easy to not realize, and this in any field in general, not just health. I'm bookmarking this video just to remember of that.

Vor year
Zaira al Zahara
Zaira al Zahara

Lol. That "Frère Jacques" song is kinda creepy and scary. I was cracking up during that joke and remember having to sing that song "round robin style" in elementary school music class. I was thinking this was a video from last year, but look that this was 2017, still very timely information. And thank you for the proper "herd immunity" explanation.

Vor year
Dr Mrs The Monarch
Dr Mrs The Monarch

Crazy how this came up after I got my Covid vaccine yesterday. Little did the former guy know that the whole world would be getting new vaccines in 2020 and 2021.

Vor year
Kurtis Maynard
Kurtis Maynard

OMG I can't believe John Oliver is anti-fish. It just sickens me that this kind of prejudice appears on HBO still.

Vor 4 years
Jay Dominic Sto. Tomas
Jay Dominic Sto. Tomas

Fish yummy... Mmmmm...

Vor year
Flying Foam TV
Flying Foam TV

I heartily agree

Vor 2 years
I Am Me
I Am Me

#nolivesmatter Everything that ever lived or will live on this planet will eventually die and everything human-made crumbles to nothing in less than 20,000 years. (Most won’t last 10,000.) None of it lasts more than the part of a blink of the universe’s eye where it can’t see past the eyelashes. (That metaphor sounded better before I wrote it down.)

Vor 2 years
marc demell
marc demell

Mans fault is; he thinks he is God.

Vor 2 years
bernadettefern
bernadettefern

Kurtis Maynard I am disappointed that he is pro vaccines.

Vor 2 years
Spacecadet
Spacecadet

My father actually got caught up in the early 2000s anti-vaccine hysteria (thankfully after I had most of my shots) and so he skipped out on getting me my chicken pox booster when I was a child. This didn't really have an effect on me until I became an adult, and I ended up contracting chicken pox. Suffice it to say that I'm still really pissed about that, although I'm happy to say that my father eventually managed to pull himself out of the antivaxx community before covid hit. I'd hate to see what he'd be like if he hadn't tbh

Vor 23 Tage
Amanda
Amanda

Just got my first covid vaccine. I dilly dallied and was scared as fuck. Honestly the worst side effect was being in my own head. I was terrified and anxious for days after. And I have a biology degree!!!!! I understand the fear but I also understand that 100 years of research on viral vaccinations is a lot more convincing that Alex Jones or any other misinformed citizen. Round 2 and then I'll be able to go see my loved ones again!

Vor year
WIsc Ohio
WIsc Ohio

Got ours back in mid-March. Had a sore arm for a short period of time and that was it. Most of the people we know are vaccinated. The worst ended up feeling pretty under the weather for 24-48 hours; the least impact was a sore arm for a day or two.

Vor year
TheGreatGatzby
TheGreatGatzby

Watching this while waiting in line for my Pfizer vaccine.

Vor year
co2 hashoil
co2 hashoil

Rip your sacrifice was selfless But your decision to get it was derrp

Vor year
Brittany Goodrich
Brittany Goodrich

"People lined up for the polio shot like it was an iPhone!" Oh boy...do I have news for John!

Vor year
Heyyitsphil
Heyyitsphil

"The human body is a true carnival of horrors, and frankly, I'm embarrassed to have one" this incredible line will not go unnoticed

Vor 2 years
Francis Sobotka
Francis Sobotka

Its amazing how well this has stood up

Vor 5 Monate
Hen Bensen
Hen Bensen

Great show John. In fact you are by far the funniest comedian on TV. GREAT WORK JOHN!

Vor year
Oldschool Gamer
Oldschool Gamer

i say, we get on our social media and post: I did not get measles. (and every other thing you have been vaccinated for) thank you mom & dad for vaccinating me.

Vor year
Edward Taylor
Edward Taylor

A sudden and mysterious lack of spiders would be genuinely terrifying in Australia.

Vor 4 Monate
Michael Bullard
Michael Bullard

As a Minnesotan, your assessment of the Mall of America is 100% accurate.

Vor 4 years
I know_My_Enemy🖕🏿
I know_My_Enemy🖕🏿

Michael Bullard MOA is the best place to go to,when you wanna stay away from your crazy girlfriend🤣

Vor 2 years
Brian Twiss
Brian Twiss

I like the Mall in small doses, but I love some of the stores and restaurants it has

Vor 3 years
Hells Malice
Hells Malice

It's like they took an OK mall and cloned it 4 times. I was so baffled when I went there and it just had...nothing. Good thing it was just a side trip and my real trip was to an all-you-can-eat crab restaurant.

Vor 3 years
Daniel Dykstra
Daniel Dykstra

There's like four Sunglasses Huts.

Vor 3 years
Mary Kate McLaughlin
Mary Kate McLaughlin

I'm rewatching this video the day after I got my first Covid vaccine :) Needles are no bueno but real hot girl shit is getting vaccinated (whenever it's available to you)

Vor year
Sarah Uncensored
Sarah Uncensored

John Oliver could literally make the history of watching paint dry interesting.

Vor year
Mac Crazy
Mac Crazy

I got vaccinated for measles before I remember and it was good. When I was below 10 my older brother got them pretty bad and I did not! Worst thing I got was chicken pox (I think that's the English term. Red spots that itch a lot...)

Vor year
Rosyna Keller
Rosyna Keller

Chicken pox is the Herpes zoster virus, and like all herpes, it’ll re-emerge latter in life (at this point it’s called “shingles” because it took until 1943 to link them as the same virus), often causing severe nerve damage that leads to permanent, debilitating pain.

Vor year
John Chessant
John Chessant

I remember watching this back in 2017. What an innocent time that was.

Vor 8 Monate
Lauren Goff
Lauren Goff

Hey John, doubt you'll see this comment, but you should know this segment changed a few anti-vaxxer's minds. I've seen it. You may have just saved some children's lives. Keep being amazing.

Vor 4 years
Cris KP
Cris KP

That is amazing !

Vor 3 years
David Milgate
David Milgate

Thanks for keeping an openmind! 👍

Vor 3 years
pheela
pheela

I'm watching this in 2022 and when he said "herd immunity" i had a violent physical reaction. i was barely listening doing sth else and that phrase crumpled me like a soda can before I even processed it consciously.

Vor 4 Monate
Creeper Invasion
Creeper Invasion

"The Definition of Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results" How do people beleive Einstein said that, doing thing over and over and expecting different results is like 80% of science

Vor 8 Monate
Strawberry_Fields_Forever
Strawberry_Fields_Forever

You don't know much about science

Vor 3 Monate
mirabel mn
mirabel mn

Not really, you always change a variable or observe something else you thought of later.

Vor 4 Monate
Eduardo
Eduardo

17:23 "That sounds like a decent compromise, because it's the middle ground position right? The problem is it's the middle ground between sense, and nonsense. It'd be like saying" it's crazy to eat an entire bar if soap, so I'll just eat half of it" That clip should be sent to every reasonable, rational person who finds themselves in a compulsory scenario of compromising because of alleged fairness. Just because you're arguing with someone doesn't automatically mean they have to be right about something. They don't. Some people are completely and utterly flat wrong, and they're not going to get any better if they're not completely called out Also, this clip needs to be sent to every Democrat in the federal government. The entire Republican strategy is to counter Democratic proposals with the complete opposite, then try to force Democrats into a compromise of half of what they wanted to do. Luckily Democrats didn't fall for that for once with the Covid relief bill, but I'm afraid they'll eventually fall into bad habits with the infrastructure and/or families acts. If you're not getting a good faith oppositional proposal, then it's your duty and responsibility to just ignore them and do it anyway. Screw compromising with bull****

Vor year
Christopher Grote
Christopher Grote

God I miss this show having an audience...

Vor year
nitrosophelin
nitrosophelin

I am on the spectrum and hearing Karens push these bs anti-vax narratives that tap into people's prejudice against people with autism on top of lying to others, posing a risk for people to die of long curable diseases is extremely sad and perpetuates dehumanizing attitudes towards those with autism. Edit: I reworded this comment to bring across what I'm trying to say a bit better and to be less ambiguous.

Vor 2 years
nitrosophelin
nitrosophelin

@Kent Pomares - Music I've edited my comment to acknowledge this. Thanks for letting me know

Vor 6 Monate
Temple ODoom
Temple ODoom

You and my cousin have my deepest condolences, and I know it’s not enough

Vor 6 Monate
kirsty wilson
kirsty wilson

@Jane A name someone who isn’t on the spectrum.

Vor 8 Monate
Dana
Dana

I think it's safe to assume that the majority of parents that are suspicious or undecided whether to vaccinate their children or not, were all vaccinated themselves when they were kids. I'm curious to know what, if any of them experienced any sort of negative effects have

Vor year
Stijn Vth
Stijn Vth

This was pre corona. Can you imagine how more relevant this is today. You visionairy.

Vor year
Ranel Gallardo
Ranel Gallardo

Yeah. Back then it was just keeping kids healthy. Now it’s everyone and trying to get society back to normal.

Vor year
Viper D. Spades
Viper D. Spades

4 years later, this video is still relevant. That's not a good thing.

Vor year
Robert Coffey
Robert Coffey

"The human body is a true carnival of horrors and, frankly, I'm embarrassed to have one." Laying on the truths, my anxious avian friend. If I didn't need one myself, I wouldn't bother to keep it.

Vor 7 Tage
Talyn has time
Talyn has time

That immunologist at the end is right: Mothers in industrialized countries have forgotten how good they have it. The only thing stopping their kid from dying is that we have the medicine to prevent it. If you're not going to use it, women in India and Sub-Saharan Africa would be more than willing to take it off your hands.

Vor 3 years
Jude Power
Jude Power

@EdwardHowton How about substituting the word PARENTS for mothers?

Vor 2 years
Taytay 1998
Taytay 1998

@L Haviland likewise in multiple African countries with a high extremist population. Christopher Hitchens actually wrote about religion and medicine in God Is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything, and I feel it is not only applicable to islam. There are plenty of American Christian/Protestant populations, which don't only refuse vaccines, but medical treatment for many other things, such as food poisoning and diabetes type I. It is incredibly sad, as there are literally graveyards of children who have died from negligence and their parents' lack of education.

Vor 3 years
Anna Walters
Anna Walters

Except that most mothers (like me) do in fact vaccinate so making blanket statements about how stupid mothers are is unhelpful. I know exactly how good we have it, am fully vaccinated myself and have no concerns about vaccinating my baby. Unfortunately a very small number of people is all it takes to damage heard immunity.

Vor 3 years
4philipp
4philipp

Vaccines save lives. We are horribly overpopulated. Seems like an easy solution.

Vor 3 years
L Haviland
L Haviland

@vishu singh But Afghanistan and Pakistan aren't because the Taliban tells people that the US distributed vaccines are secretly sterilization drugs.

Vor 3 years
Annice Welch
Annice Welch

23:23 Hermosa elección 😘 Topgirls.Uno de los mejores conciertos ❤ 23:23 Senada: ''Hermoso'' 23:23 Megan: ''Hotter'' 23:23 Hopi: ''Sweeter'' 23:23 Joonie: ''Cooler'' 23:23 Yoongi: ''Butter'' 23:23 Amor: ''Momentos'' 23:23 Alfiora: ''Preety'' 23:23 Alana: ''Awesome'' 23:23 Son unos de los mejores conciertos, no puede ir pero de tan solo verlos desde pantalla, se que estuvo sorprendente 🖤.

Vor 2 Monate
BB
BB

I love how he responds to the haters 🤣

Vor Monat

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