You are given 10 billion dollars to create a game show. It can involve anything including illegal things and death if you so desire. What is your game show?

You're so blinded by stupidity that your sources (or source, rather) contradict your arguments entirely. I'm guessing you didn't read this?

Note: Adenovirus vaccine is approved for use only among military personnel.

The 1 in 100 chance doesn't really matter when it's not a widespread vaccine, it has a different purpose. That's just cherry-picking shit that seems to help your point when all it does is misinform others. Oh, and also:

It is not clear whether these mild or serious problems were caused by the vaccine or occurred after vaccination by chance.

Again, distorting information to your advantage. Let's go over the next one, shall we? Anthrax vaccine: the "severe" effects are allergic reactions quoted as having a 0.001% chance of happening (i.e. unlikely). Also,

There is no evidence that anthrax vaccine causes long-term health problems.

So no problem there. DTaP vaccine. Severe effects are again, allergic reactions with a <0.0001% chance of happening, again, way too low. Seizures and brain damage are said to be reported, but I quote:

These are so rare it is hard to tell if they are caused by the vaccine.

Again, there's no validation for your argument again. Hepatits A. Severe allergic reaction shortly after vaccination, quoted as being "very rare". No problem there.

Hepatits B. Severe effects are only allergic reactions, with a chance of <0.000009% chance of happening. Logically, there's also absolutely no problem there. A quote taken from the vaccine's effects:

A vaccine, like any medicine, could cause a serious reaction. But the risk of a vaccine causing serious harm, or death, is extremely small. More than 100 million people in the United States have been vaccinated with hepatitis B vaccine.

So that's pretty much showing how taking meds would have the same allergic risk than taking the vaccine. Might as well pray for your child instead of listening to years of medical research and advancements. That logic is incredibly flawed. You're taking one risk away from your child to effectively double the risks he faces (allergic reaction from treatment + getting infected with X disease).

Hib vaccine. Again, allergic reactions are the only severe effect, with the standard 0.0001% chance of happening. Pretty much the same as taking any med. Also, it's quoted as happening after a short period of time after vaccination.

HPV - Cervarix. Let me just quote here:

The HPV Cervarix® vaccine has been in use around the world for several years and has been very safe. However, any medicine could possibly cause a serious problem, such as a severe allergic reaction. The risk of any vaccine causing a serious injury, or death, is extremely small. Life-threatening allergic reactions from vaccines are very rare. If they do occur, it would be within a few minutes to a few hours after the vaccination.

Yet again, there's nothing to worry about. I mean, if we're worried about such small odds, we might as well never leave the house, because there's a much larger chance that you die going outside than by a vaccine. It's illogical.

HPV - Gardasil. The effects are exactly the same as the previous one, so I'll just skip it.

Influenza (inactivated). No severe problems are listed, but let me quote again:

Inactivated flu vaccine does not contain live flu virus, so you cannot get the flu from this vaccine.

This is likely the vaccine with the least risks so far. You can't even get sick with what you're being vaccinated against, so in essence, you have absolutely nothing to worry about.

Influenza (live). Again, no severe side-effects listed. I quote again:

LAIV is made from weakened virus and does not cause flu.

No problem there. JE-IXIARO vaccine. I'll just quote again:

Studies have shown that severe reactions to JE vaccine are very rare.

Once again, nothing to worry about. MMR vaccine. Allergic reactions are again listed as having a <0.0001% chance of ocurring. Deafness, seizures and brain damage are again quoted as being so rare that it's uncertain whether they're caused by the vaccine. This is again something that you shouldn't worry about.

MMRV. Same exact effects again so I'll just skip it. It's worht quoting this again, though:

Because these problems occur so rarely, we can’t be sure whether they are caused by the vaccine or not.

Meningococcal vaccine. I'll just quote the entire severe effects once more:

Serious allergic reactions, within a few minutes to a few hours of the shot, are very rare.

PCV13 vaccine. No severe problems listed, other than the commonplace "severe effect are very rare".

PPSV23 & polio vaccine. No severe effects listed.

Rabies vaccine. Only thing listed as severe, though I'll quote the entire thing (also, the second part is important):

Other nervous system disorders, such as Guillain Barré syndrome (GBS), have been reported after rabies vaccine, but this happens so rarely that it is not known whether they are related to the vaccine.

NOTE: Several brands of rabies vaccine are available in the United States, and reactions may vary between brands. Your provider can give you more information about a particular brand.

Surprise, surprise. There's nothing to worry about there. Rotavirus vaccine. This one has a chance for infants (not children or adults) to contract the virus. The odds are estimated to be between 0.05%-0.001%. It's treatable. Also, this is stated:

Intussusception is a type of bowel blockage that is treated in a hospital, and could require surgery. It happens “naturally” in some babies every year in the United States, and usually there is no known reason for it.

You can't possibly blame the vaccine there, but it's listed nonetheless. Shingles vaccine. Quote: "No serious problems have been identified with shingles vaccine."

Smallpox vaccine. An external document is referenced, and you can read it if you like, but this about sums it up, and it sort of should for the other vaccines, but I'll keep ongoing just for fun:

If you are at a high risk for being exposed to smallpox, you should be vaccinated even if you have health problems, unless you have certain problems with your immune system. People who have health problems may have a higher chance of getting serious side effects from vaccination but are also those who have a higher chance of dying from the smallpox disease.

Td & Tdap vaccine. Only severe problem listed: "Swelling, severe pain, bleeding and/or redness in the arm where the shot was given (rare)." No issues.

Typhoid vaccine. No severe problems. All is good.

Varicella vaccine. Only severe effect listed is pneumonia, tagged as "very rare". Also, the common "this has been reported, but it can't be attributed to the vaccine". Quote:

Other serious problems, including severe brain reactions and low blood count, have been reported after chickenpox vaccination. These happen so rarely experts cannot tell whether they are caused by the vaccine or not. If they are, it is extremely rare.

Yellow Fever vaccine. Only severe effect is allergic reaction with a 0.0018% chance. Severe nervous reactions as well as life-threatening effect have never been reported after a booster shot (odds without a booster shot are 0.0008% and 0.00025%, respectively). In this case, those effects are 100% the parents' fault for not giving the child a booster.

That is it. If this is your "professional area of expertise" then I'm sorry, but you're a complete imbecile. I mean, you can't even read your own sources without being biased. If your arguments were based on any factual research, I might take you seriously. Otherwise, you're just another looney preaching false information just because you were somehow persuaded to ignore all scientific basis and believe something born out of emotional reasoning, something that yet again contradicts your arguments. Your shit is so cherry-picked, it's hard to even believe you have any trace of expertise in the subject of matter.

Oh, and you can take your strawman arguments and shove them up your ass, because your source is the one that invalidates your argument, not "angered redditors". All you're doing is throwing information out there that essentially implies you're just commiting fallacies.

Come back when you've actually read the information you quote for validity.

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