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by Rob Leggett on Wednesday Nov 04 2009

To immunize or not to immunize?

That seems to be the question that keeps cropping up into every conversation that I have lately, and it's all thanks to the H1N1 scare.

As the wave of the H1N1 pandemic roots itself in Canada and vaccination clinics open their doors, the conspiracy theories around the vaccine vary from really wacky to absolutely frightening.

by Rob Leggett on Wednesday Nov 04 2009

To immunize or not to immunize?

That seems to be the question that keeps cropping up into every conversation that I have lately, and it's all thanks to the H1N1 scare.

As the wave of the H1N1 pandemic roots itself in Canada and vaccination clinics open their doors, the conspiracy theories around the vaccine vary from really wacky to absolutely frightening.

by Rob Leggett on Wednesday Nov 04 2009

To immunize or not to immunize?

That seems to be the question that keeps cropping up into every conversation that I have lately, and it's all thanks to the H1N1 scare.

As the wave of the H1N1 pandemic roots itself in Canada and vaccination clinics open their doors, the conspiracy theories around the vaccine vary from really wacky to absolutely frightening.

by Rob Leggett on Wednesday Nov 04 2009

To immunize or not to immunize?

That seems to be the question that keeps cropping up into every conversation that I have lately, and it's all thanks to the H1N1 scare.

As the wave of the H1N1 pandemic roots itself in Canada and vaccination clinics open their doors, the conspiracy theories around the vaccine vary from really wacky to absolutely frightening.

by Rob Leggett on Wednesday Nov 04 2009

To immunize or not to immunize?

That seems to be the question that keeps cropping up into every conversation that I have lately, and it's all thanks to the H1N1 scare.

As the wave of the H1N1 pandemic roots itself in Canada and vaccination clinics open their doors, the conspiracy theories around the vaccine vary from really wacky to absolutely frightening.

by Rob Leggett on Wednesday Nov 04 2009

To immunize or not to immunize?

That seems to be the question that keeps cropping up into every conversation that I have lately, and it's all thanks to the H1N1 scare.

As the wave of the H1N1 pandemic roots itself in Canada and vaccination clinics open their doors, the conspiracy theories around the vaccine vary from really wacky to absolutely frightening.

by Adrian Barnes on Thursday Oct 15 2009

When the Nobel Peace prize was offered to rookie US president Barack Obama this past week, I just about lost it. I rarely go on facebook, but that morning I went on and vented my spleen to all six or seven of my online friends all of whom know and share my political views anyway.

by Adrian Barnes on Thursday Oct 15 2009

When the Nobel Peace prize was offered to rookie US president Barack Obama this past week, I just about lost it. I rarely go on facebook, but that morning I went on and vented my spleen to all six or seven of my online friends all of whom know and share my political views anyway.

by Adrian Barnes on Thursday Oct 15 2009

When the Nobel Peace prize was offered to rookie US president Barack Obama this past week, I just about lost it. I rarely go on facebook, but that morning I went on and vented my spleen to all six or seven of my online friends all of whom know and share my political views anyway.

by Adrian Barnes on Thursday Oct 15 2009

When the Nobel Peace prize was offered to rookie US president Barack Obama this past week, I just about lost it. I rarely go on facebook, but that morning I went on and vented my spleen to all six or seven of my online friends all of whom know and share my political views anyway.

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