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      Big Tits and Autism

      January 21, 2011
      Jamie Lee Curtis Taete

      By Jamie Lee Curtis Taete

      West Coast Editor

      Last month, the British Medical Journal finally and conclusively called bullshit on Andrew Wakefield's controversial 1998 paper that drew a link between autism and MMR vaccines (which is pretty much the only thing that ever has drawn a link between the two). But who the fuck cares what the British Medical Journal has to say? Have they ever presented an episode of The Big Breakfast? Or been killed in a Scream movie? Nope.Huffington Post didn't give a shit what a bunch of stuffy old boffins had to say about the subject either. Which is why they got Jenny McCarthy to weigh in on the subject in a blog post she "wrote" for them last week: "This debate won't end because of one dubious reporter's allegations. I have never met stronger women than the moms of children with autism. Last week, this hoopla made us a little stronger, and even more determined to fight for the truth about what's happening to our kids." So who are you gonna trust? BMJ or JMC? Before you make your decision, lemme fill you in on what makes JMac qualified to give potentially lethal medical advice. SHE UNDERSTANDS FEMALE ANATOMY

      She wrote the movie which this scene is from. Have you ever seen anyone else have the balls to brush away all of the social stigma and feminist bullshit that usually surrounds celluloid representations of female menstruation to show it how it REALLY is? Didn't think so. SHE UNDERSTANDS PHARMACEUTICALS

      And here she is again, writing scenes that cut through the political correctness to get straight to the facts. SHE'S VERY PERCEPTIVE

      Aren't you sick of seeing people let things like modesty get in the way of obvious facts? Me too. SHE UNDERSTANDS BOTH MEN AND WOMEN

      Men love sex and Jenny McCarthy. Fact. Women love eating but are really self conscious about it because they all think they're fat. Fact. Do you think the BMJ has this kind of insight in to the human condition? SHE'S REALLY SMART

      If there's one thing I learned from Frasier, it's that if I don't understand what somebody is talking about, then it's probably because they're a lot smarter than me. So there you have it folks. Conclusive evidence that, when deciding whether or not to vaccinate your child against 100% preventable, fatal diseases, Jenny McCarthy is the one to trust. I mean sure, we might lose a couple of kids along the way, but like Jenny says "I do believe sadly it's going to take some diseases coming back to realize that we need to change and develop vaccines that are safe" (she actually said that. can you fucking believe she actually said that?) JAMIE LEE CURTIS TAETE

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