Friday, October 13, 2006

Hallelujah!!! More Progress!!!

As we start chelation round #52, my year has just been made. Sam rode his bike down the driveway by himself and used the brakes to stop himself before he got to the street. He also said "Hello" and "Bye" this week appropriately, several times.
Not bad for a boy diagnosed as a vegetable, huh? Pretty good for a kid who would never be able to learn anything and should have been stuck in an institution by now. I saw the athleticism in my son when he was very young. For a long time, I thought he had no hope of realizing his potential. What a scumbag I would be if I had not spent every waking moment trying to learn how to give him back what mercury had taken from him.
Am I obsessed? Am I perseverating as my friends from Neurodiversity would say? You bet your life I am. I'm not going to let the Medical Profession's malpractice throw my son on the trash heap of humanity. It has cost a lot to get this far, not in terms of money but in many other ways that I won't go into. Today, it proved to all be worth it.
A severely autistic ten year old taught himself to ride a bike. Nobody helped him, we just watched, and guided him safely for awhile when he asked for our help. No pushing, no ABA, just a very athletic child starting to achieve what nature intended for him with the help of freeing his brain from the torturous destruction by mercury.
All of you psychopathic idiots who rant against curing autism can go straight to Hell. If you wish to rethink your idiotic, child abusing philosophy, call me. I'll be happy to help you help your children (603)434-3928.
YEAH!!!!! THANK YOU ANDY CUTLER!!!!!!!!!

79 comments:

Jonsmum said...

Cult of Neurodiversity,(CON);

"Am I obsessed? Am I perseverating as my friends from Neurodiversity would say? You bet your life I am. I'm not going to let the Medical Profession's malpractice throw my son on the trash heap of humanity."

Listen and learn!

Jonsmum said...

John;
Sam is reaping the rewards of your selfless determination and steadfast conviction that autism (mercury poisoning), is curable through chelation.
He will be very proud of you.

Fore Sam said...

Jonsmum;
Thanks for your kind words. Let's hope he reverts to normal so he can be proud of himself.

Jonsmum said...

John;
I'm sure he will have a sense of achievement and pride when he is riding his bike!

Fore Sam said...

He looked a little unsure of himself when he first took off and the driveway's old and bumpy so that seems normal to me. But he had a smile on his face. When I held my hand up to give him a high five he gave me a big smile and a good hard slap.
Parents who listen to their doctors tell them chelation won't work never get to share that joy of accomplishment with their kid. I wonder what it will take before doctors start getting sued for giving this bad advice.

Kevin C. said...

That's great news John ...good for you and your son!


I was recently told by a therapist, that the reason we are putting our son through all of these treatments is because we are in denial of his autism diagnosis.

What the Fu__?

What kind of psycho babble is that?

She is lucky that I am not being sentenced right now to 25 years to life in prison for stomping her guts out right there on the spot!

KC's Mommy said...

Hi there:)

How wonderful to hear your Sam is bike riding! Go Sam!

I have been thinking of trying to teach my son to ride as well. He is 5 years old and can't pedal a trike forward yet, he doesn't get it.

I love your blog, it's nice to meet you:)

Anonymous said...

The thing is, if some people on the ASD can only live life this way, and have done so for 20-30 (whatever) amount of years, what gives you the right to say ALL autism must be cured?
Yes autism at its worst obviously needs a cure, not one person doubts that, but if someone diagnosed autistic, aspergers, or ANYTHING decides they do not want help, who are you to decide they need it?

Fore Sam said...

Kevin C;
THanks. Yuh, that therapist's parents sent him, her or it to school because they were in denial about their child's lack of education. Too bad the pseudoscience of psychobabbling can't teach anyone common sense.
Is your son responding to treatments?

Fore Sam said...

Anon;
It's too bad these adults got so used to their handicap bafore a cure was available. If it had been available when these people were minors, all decent parents would have opted for helping their children.
Your thinking is akin to the golfer who slices every shot to the right, so he always aims to the left instead of learning how to hit the ball straight. It is the lazy man's approach to life.

Jonsmum said...

anonymous;
I don't think that everyone should be cured of autism. I have never expressed this view.
If you have lived with autism for 20 to 30 years and are happy, then good for you!
If my son is never cured of autism, I hope he will have the capability to be independant and enjoy a fulfulled and happy life, but I seriously doubt this will ever be the case.

"Yes autism at its worst obviously needs a cure, not one person doubts that,"

My son is not aware he is autistic. His world is dominated by fear, frustration and anxiety, and he cannot communicate why.
One example of a reason that would send my son into an absolute rage, is me sitting with my legs crossed.
The only reason I know this was the cause of his anger and distress was because he forcibly pushed one leg away from the other and then calmed down. When I crossed my legs again, he became extemely distressed and angry again.
Even if my son was able to say to me, "mammy I hate it when you cross youre legs like that. It scares and upsets me", I will not stand by, and watch him suffer a nightmare of obscure irrational fears which he cannot communicate and cannot avoid.
Of course I want to cure his autism.
My 5 year old son is not capable of making a decision of whether he wants to be cured, so I have naturally and automatically taken the intelligent and responsible attitude that it would be negligent and cruel not to try and cure him.
His six year old brother commented on the mother of one his friends, who was expecting a baby.
My son said, "I hope it's alright for her". When I said, "what do you mean?" he said, "I hope she doesn't have an autistic baby".
I think he as good as spoke for his autistic brother on the question of whether he would like to be cured.

Common Sense Needed said...

I was recently told by a therapist, that the reason we are putting our son through all of these treatments is because we are in denial of his autism diagnosis.

Yeah, I'm sure that's it. Perhaps that therapist should make a call to some of the therapists at the center that my son went to for a year. A while back (1 or 2 years ago, time flies) I went to a vaccination talk at a chiropractors office out of interest. I figured that there would be one or two earthy-crunchy people there :) Who do I see when I walk in ... every single one of the therapists at my son's center. Every one of them. Openly discussing the issues with vaccines. Openly discussing the fact that they believe that many developmental disorders can be traced back to our unsafe vaccination schedule.

I brought it up to our ped at the time. She told me that these people need to allow the "medical professionals" to look at the vaccination schedule. She said they don't have all the facts and they don't have any idea what they are talking about. It was right around that time that this same pediatrician told me that it was crazy not to get my kid a flu shot (she has type 1 diabetes so they recommend it). I asked if it had thimerosal and she said ... not anymore... Sure enough, I looked at the packet insert... it did. But the therapists don't have all the facts? Huh? How does that work?

Common Sense Needed said...

Oh yeah, congrats to Sam!!

Jonsmum said...

common sense needed;

"I asked if it had thimerosal and she said ... not anymore... Sure enough, I looked at the packet insert... it did. But the therapists don't have all the facts? Huh? How does that work?"

A medical profession told you there was no thimerosal in a vaccine when there was, or didn't bother to check before answering your question. Either way, she lied.
Are we surprised?

All the mothers of children at my eldest son's school are worried sick about how ill their infants and 2 month old children are, after their recent vaccinations.
I'm worried about them!
I've mentioned the subject of mercury in vaccines to two of the mothers I am closest to, but they don't seem to be concerned.
In the UK, people are mostly only aware of the controversy surrounding the MMR.
There are three children with classic autism in this mainstream school with less than 200 pupils.
I find myself 'keeping an eye' on the other mother's infants, looking out for signs of autism.
I've been told by the nurse at my GP's surgery that there is thiomersal in the flu vaccines. (she didn't know what thiomersal was).
When I asked about the infant vaccines she said I would have to check with the local health authority. They didn't know either.
Why do I get the sense that I'm being given the 'run around'.
The only way I will know if there is thimerosal in any of these vaccines would be to break into the surgery at night and check them myself.
Neither of my children have had any vaccinations, boosters etc for the past two years, despite the surgery ringing me at home eight times to persuade me.
Thimerosal or not, they won't be getting any vaccines.
I know too much about them now.

Anonymous said...

Another mother and I tried to tell one mother we know of a five year old autistic child about the harmful effects of vaccinations and she said, "Well, my doctor said it was fine and that all this talk of vaccinations causing autism is a bunch of bunk." I asked her if she really believed anything he said and she said did. Some people are completely ignorant. She went and boostered him and now he is even worse. What a complete fool she is.

Jonsmum said...

anonymous;

"Well, my doctor said it was fine and that all this talk of vaccinations causing autism is a bunch of bunk." I asked her if she really believed anything he said and she said did."

I wonder how she feels now.

I had my doubts about vaccines before I was aware of thimerosal and asked my father's advice.
He told me the reason he had my half brother vaccinated was because if he was not vaccinated and caught the measles, then passed it on to another child who developed complications and died, he would never forgive himself.

I saw the logic in his opinion, but failed to think past this and consider the fact that if vaccinations work, then an unvaccinated child could not pass on the measles to a vaccinated child who in theory should have developed an immunity.

My half brother obviously has undiagnosed aspergers syndrome, and my son has severe classic autism.

My father did not tell me, that for generations, none of my family on his side had been vaccinated against anything. They were 'naturalists'. I have only discovered this after my fathers death.
Obviously I wish my father had told me this, as I would have discussed it with family members who were not vaccinated and maybe I wouldn't have had my own children vaccinated.
I am only glad that my father is not around today to see his autistic grandson. It would have devastated him and I'm sure he would never have forgiven himself for giving me the advice he did.

Incidentally every member of my family who were not vaccinated, ever suffered from any condition or desease they were not vaccinated against.

Anonymous said...

And what are they up to now, something like 43 vaccines by the time a child is three years old? Just absolutely disgusting. They just keep boostering and causing more and more problems. As the old saying goes, I wish I had known then what I know now. The last people I have faith in anymore are doctors and people are foolish if they think they are getting accurate information from them regarding vaccines.

Anonymous said...

One family I know has a severely autistic child with mitochondrial issues also. Although they know all about the dangers of vaccines, they continue to give this child flu shots and boosters because the doctor convinces them the child is at risk because he has these issues. I have tried to explain to them that it's a vicious cyle. He has issues because they keep vaccinating him. The vaccinations aren't protecting him, they continually make him worse. This child is now so bad I'm sure he's headed for residential. Additionally, his health has been completely destroyed. I just watch him decline after each set of vaccines. These parents are unbelievably stupid and I no longer will even speak to them.

Jonsmum said...

anonymous;

"Although they know all about the dangers of vaccines, they continue to give this child flu shots and boosters because the doctor convinces them the child is at risk because he has these issues."

The thing that riles me about boosters is that they are not actually "boosters".
Out of so many thousands of children vaccinated, a small percentage of these children do not develop immunity to whatever they were vaccinated against.
Instead of identifying these individuals with no immunity and giving them another vaccine, it is much easier and cheaper to re-vaccinate everyone and call it a booster. Thus thousands of children get a double dose of a vaccine that they don't need and is unnecessary and harmful.

Jonsmum said...

These "boosters" must be making a huge amount of money for the vaccine manufacturers!

Fore Sam said...

Anon;
"These parents are unbelievably stupid and I no longer will even speak to them."
I think the vast majority of parents who are helping their kids by learning the truth about mercury are extremely intelligent. Unfortunately, the rest of the population who spend their lives watching TV don't have the brains to think for themselves. They believe everything their doctors tell them.
I've been having a discussion on another board with someone who reminds me of Edith Bunker, hopeless. If we could find a way to put this information on soap operas or Oprah, they might learn something and help their kids.
Then we have neurodiversity who takes IQ tests invented by some con man that makes them think they're a lot more intelligent then they really are. It's laughable.

Anonymous said...

Maybe if Dr. Phil did a show regarding vaccine dangers Mom26children would actually see it. By the way, she continues to post on how wonderful she is because she does nothing for her children.

Fore Sam said...

Anon;
Trying to talk sense to Mom26 or Soapbox mom is like talking to crack addicts who were Grammar school dropouts.

Fore Sam said...

Kevin; It's great to hear about progress. Congratulations! Are you using ALA? MB-12?
I don't do challenge tests. I just watch him closely for little changes.

Jonsmum said...

John;

"I've been having a discussion on another board with someone who reminds me of Edith Bunker, hopeless."

I'm curious.What board were you on?

Fore Sam said...

It's a local board. I'm not posting it here so the nitwits can join in.

Jonsmum said...

Understood.

Jonsmum said...

Have you seen NM's latest post about "passive aggression".
It's satisfying to know I got under her/his skin enough to devote a whole post on one of my comments!
What a shame she/he have embarassed themselves by showing they don't understand the meaning of the term, "passive aggression".

Fore Sam said...

Jonsmum;
"If jonsmum or anybody else wants to believe thimerosal causes autism they are free to do so but start trying to convince the rest of the world and we have a problem." from NM
That says it all from their wacked out viewpoint. They don't want us teaching other parents how to help their kids. They'd rather defend the drug companies who caused the epidemic by having Kathleen and Kev do their character assassinations on the esteemed scientists who help children. Of course, they have to call parents of cured kids liars because that is their last resort. What a bunch of scumbags.

Jonsmum said...

"If jonsmum or anybody else wants to believe thimerosal causes autism they are free to do so but start trying to convince the rest of the world and we have a problem."

Too right you've got a problem.
In more ways than one.

Jonsmum said...

"Hey, I kind of like this open aggression thing. Thanks jonsmum"

You're welcome NM. Lets see the real you that hides behind your "passive aggression".

Jennifer said...

John,

I haven't posted here for so long, but I have to say that I am so pleased for you, and for Sam. I can hear that pride showing through, and I want you to know that this is a wonderful thing. Please keep it up! I am sure that your new found happiness in your child's progress can only do both him and you good.

But, but, but - how can you be sure it is chelation and not maturity?

Common Sense Needed said...

Cool. I have offended Not Mercury. I'm offended that NM claims that all is well with vaccinations yet he/she/it has not vaccinated his/her next child. Why not? That's a hypocrite for you.

The reason that I have to capitalize words and speak to Mouse as if he/she is an idiot is because Mouse is an idiot. I have to make sure that Mouse understands what I am saying. There's nothing that I said in that quote that should have rubbed NM the wrong way. If it did offend NM, well NM needs to lighten up just a bit.

It's so funny, I very purposely make sure to always say that I can't speak for all kids or I make it clear (even in the quote that he/she/it references) that "many" of the kids are "physically ill". I do that because I DO NOT speak for all kids or his/her kids. I don't claim to. Perhaps he/she should do the same.

NM needs to read some of Mouse's quotes on Orac's blog to get a sense of animouse (Mouse) to get the full reason why I tend to speak/write about Mouse as if he/she is an idiot. So, here are few to laugh at:

Mousey quotes from Orac's blog:

"Sue,You're stupid".

"I'd liken talking to you to talking to a wall, but I generally have more intelligent conversation with walls. Kevin Champagne thinks you're unable to stay on topic".

Kevin C. I'm not offended if you did say that to Mouse about me, It's true...but of course, Mouse isn't exactly the master of staying on topic either

"I am a know-it-all, at least in comparison to you".

"Chelation doesn't cure autism. Too bad it doesn't cure abject stupidity".

"That's a really stupid statement".

"Perhaps you're a true believer, perhaps you're a quack yourself making a few bucks off the poor and misguided".

spoken to someone who dared to question authority

"Better not let your child leave the house or eat anything. Never know if they might get hit by lightning or suffer a severe allergic reaction".

"This is stupid".

"In other words, the argument's stupid, you're stupid, go away".

"My belief is that if you take a stupid position on a subject like this - and then refuse to even consider that your stupid position may be wrong when confronted with a fair amount of evidence - then you are stupid. It becomes a statement of fact at that point. If you don't like it, tough".

"Trust me, I've forgotten more about this subject than you'll ever know".

Mouse stated this in regards to SIDS. Mouse wrote these words directly to a woman whose child actually died of SIDS and she has been researching it for years. Who does that?


"Trying to explain why that study is relevant would be so wasted on you it's not funny.Go back to junior college and learn basic logic and mathematics skills, and then come back to the discussion".

"I'll use small words so you understand. Unfortunately, these scientists can't have common names like Smith...damn them".

This was a classic. This was in reference to the name "Bartholomew Cubbins" being brought up. Mouse thought that this was the "scientists" real name

"In other words, genius - Burbacher's paper proves nothing and is in fact indicative of the notion that ethylmercury has a far shorter half-life in the body than methylmercury. That means it doesn't hang around as long, damaging the rest of the body and causing the alleged mercury poisoning you like to talk about so much".

Mousey's brilliance is showing again here,

"Prove it caused any harm first, rather than just assuming it did because it fits your warped worldview".

"I'd rather congratulate myself on my intelligence, thanks".

Mouse needs to rethink her congratulations here

"I've already established your stupidity. There's no need to highlight it in every response to you anymore".

Bottom line, NM, say what you will about that horrible offensive quote that I said but it was directed towards a real nitwit.

Fore Sam said...

Jennifer; Thank you. Chelation won't do anything to cure genetic conditions like fragile X or Down's Syndrome. You don't mature out of these type of things. The autism we know is temporary brain damage caused by mercury preventing methylation. Some methylation must be taking place thanks to the reduced mercury. I've noticed constant minor changes over two years that were not noteworthy by themselves. This sudden step towards normalcy is reported by many people about round 34 of chelation. While I have done 52 rounds, 15 or 20 of them have been aborted early so it sort of fits in with what other people have been finding.
People looking to disprove chelation can question it but they can't deny it.

Fore Sam said...

Sue; Where did this exchange with you, Mouse and NM all take place?

Common Sense Needed said...

John,

I should have been a bit more clear on the origins.

Apparently, NM wrote that he/she was bothered by my comment on Orac's blog which stated:

As for my feeling on the treatments given to autistic children. I do feel terrible that parents must face difficult treatment options for their children. Many of these children are, in fact, physically ill. Yes, Mouse, PHYSICALLY ILL"

Do you find this to be an offensive comment? I thought that it was a rather honest comment, not something to be bothered by.

Anyway, I just wanted to show NM (and others) the type of person that I was dealing with in Mouse. So I listed a bunch of quotes from Mouse off of Orac's blog. Yes, the quotes are "out of context" but anyone can read them "in context" if interested over on Orac's blog... The posts are from September (I believe) and they are archived. The threads were "Vaccines and relative risks" and "Anti-Vaccination activist running for Governor of the state of Colorado". Same old, same old... Mouse is nuts though, she/he/it needs to relax her whiskers :) Way too uptight.

Fore Sam said...

Sue; I vaguely remember that post. Mouse is really going over the edge lately. He/she it has been losing it regularly on ABFH's blog.

Jonsmum said...

NM quotes;

"As well as all the evidence linking autism to thimerosal in vaccines, I have good reason to believe this was the cause of my sons autism. His development stopped dead in it's tracks after his second infant multi vaccination.Although I didn't know about thimerosal at that time, I don't believe his regression after vaccination was a coincidence.I believed this before I had access to the internet and before I had heard of John Best.My view on this will never change.

[...] I beleive that Eli Lily is/was responsible for bringing about the cause of autism in 1931."

NM, fails to mention that I wasn't
shoving my opinions down anyone's throat, but was answering a string of questions from Kevin Leitch, in a civil and reasonable manner.

"How am I any different from jonsmum and her beliefs?

Well, for one, I am willing to consider new evidence and change my mind and beliefs to follow the science."

That's rich coming from someone calling themselves 'Not Mercury'.

"Here's another comment from Orac's blog that rubbed me the wrong way:"

As for my feeling on the treatments given to autistic children. I do feel terrible that parents must face difficult treatment options for their children. Many of these children are, in fact, physically ill. Yes, Mouse, PHYSICALLY ILL.

"This from anti-vaccination activist 'Sue M.' aka Common Sense who must also sicken jonsmum since she doesn't have a severely autistic child or an autistic child at all."

Why should this sicken me?
NM, presumes,
"if your child isn't as severely autistic as jonsmum's son, you really have no right presenting your views or opinions."

Who does she/he/ think they are?
I PRESUME, THEREFORE I AM!

The phrase, "devide and conquer"
comes to mind.

Common sense needed;

"NM needs to read some of Mouse's quotes on Orac's blog to get a sense of animouse (Mouse) to get the full reason why I tend to speak/write about Mouse as if he/she is an idiot. So, here are few to laugh at:"

Anyone with any reasonable sense of judgement, can see that Mouse deserves everything he/she gets in response to his/her comments.

How many comments has NM's pathetic character assassination attempt's evoked?

"NM claims that all is well with vaccinations yet he/she/it has not vaccinated his/her next child. Why not? That's a hypocrite for you."

Thanks CSN!

Kevin C. said...

"Are you using ALA? MB-12?"

We use Lipoic Acid. What is the difference between ALA and LA? I understood LA to be just an anti-oxidant.

As far as MB-12, we tried them about a year ago and did not see any change. We just started using MB-12 injections again and we definitely see a difference this time.

" Kevin Champagne thinks you're unable to stay on topic."

I supposedly said that about Sue M? No, I didn't say that. Mouse sounds like she is coo-coo just like Camille!

Fore Sam said...

KC;
"What is the difference between ALA and LA? I understood LA to be just an anti-oxidant."
Maybe it's the same thing, Alpha Lipoic Acid(ALA) is the only thing that can pass through the Blood Brain Barrier. I used it with DMSA for awhile. Now I just use ALA for chelation.

Anonymous said...

What kind of schedule are you on for the ALA? Three days on four days off or something different? Wondering why you stopped the DMSA. I am currently using both. Did your son have problems with the DMSA? Thanks.

Anonymous said...

People like Mom26children are so hypocritical. She condemns parents for trying biomedical interventions, yet she advertises her children like they are a circus act. Now she's telling people, if you're ever in Austin come see my family and watch our autistic lifestyle. Clearly she is the one exploiting her children, not parents trying different interventions. One can't help but wonder if "Mom" herself is desperate for some sort of attention and fame by constantly talking about her newspaper write ups and how everybody knows who they are. She is pathetic.

Fore Sam said...

Anon;
I use ALA every 3 hours in the day and every four hours at night, 3 days on and 11 off. I used DMSA for a year and a half and stopped because all of Sam's physical problems were long gone.
Andy Cutler says that ALA is the only essential thing. I cut down on supplements since I figured the DMSA would not be pulling out good minerals with the bad. I stopped using Supernuthera a few months ago and he's doing fine without it.

Anonymous said...

Do you purchase your ALA from Kirkman's or do you find the brand doesn't really matter? I also buy ALA from Vitamin Research Products since I order from them too.

Fore Sam said...

I used two different brands of ALA off the shelf from the pharmacy, $5 or $6 a bottle and I didn't see any difference between the two. What's VRP charge?

Anonymous said...

Vitamin Research Products charges $11.95 for 100 mg. for a 60 count bottle. How many milligrams do you use per dosage? They also sell something called (R)-Lipoic Acid which is suppose to be better than ALA. It is more expensive.

Fore Sam said...

Anon;
You're paying twice as much as the pharmacy brand. Not sure about R-ALA. There is a time release ALA but you still have to dose with it every 3 or 4 hours. Check on Autism-Mercury and you'll probably find the answer.
I use 33mg per dose for a 105 pound kid. I started with 10mg and worked my way up.

Jonsmum said...

common sense needed;

I've just read Orac's post on "Vaccines and relative risks"

You deserve a medal for putting up with that 'Gestapo interrogation'.

Why are the Danish studies bogus!!!
Vee have vays off making you talk!!!

Any signs of PTSD yet?

Common Sense Needed said...

You deserve a medal for putting up with that 'Gestapo interrogation'.

Why are the Danish studies bogus!!!
Vee have vays off making you talk!!!


Honestly, I can't even believe that these people still need me to explain to them why the Danish studies are bogus? I'm not a rocket scientist but... hello... it's obvious. Then I refer them to a site where they can read all about it (if they so desire) and they can't be bothered. It's fascinating. By the way (speaking of rocket scientists) did everyone know that HCN or HN (on some sites) really is a rocket scientist? Unbelievable. This profession has just dropped down about 10 notches for me. Even if I was rating the ND's specifically, HCN wouldn't make the top 10 in terms of credibility/intelligence. Here's what he/she said about his/her profession:

I have a Bachelor of Science degree in Aeronautics and Astronautics. I did structural dynamics and noice analysis on a missile system. What does that tell you?

Or are you having problems parsing the sentence "I am a rocket scientist"?

Jonsmum said...

common sesnse needed;

"Honestly, I can't even believe that these people still need me to explain to them why the Danish studies are bogus?"

They don't "need" you to explain "why the Danish studies are bogus".
It's a deliberate 'tactic' used to put pressure on you and draw you into an argument about the in's and out's of the exact science behind every word you say, so they can pick you up on the smallest detail, like a spelling mistake and hold it up as proof that you haven't got a clue what you're talking about.
Throw in a few misquotes and personal insults, and 'bobs your uncle', common sense needed is an idiot, and we're all superior intellectuals who can tear shreds off anyone who dares to disagree with our expertise.
I don't know how you did it, but you stood your ground and showed them up as the bunch of vultures they are. Permanently circling for their next victim.

"I have a Bachelor of Science degree in Aeronautics and Astronautics. I did structural dynamics and noice analysis on a missile system. What does that tell you?"

It tells me he's a bighead who can't prove a point without falling back on spouting his academia to make up for his lack of common sense.

If HCN or HN (on some sites), is a 'rocket scientist', I suggest one of his learned colleagues, shove a rocket up his arse and shoot him up into the outer atmosphere where he belongs, with the rest of the 'space junk'.

Fore Sam said...

I put the link to this post on Orac's blog and not one of them made a comment. Usually they jump all over me. I guess all they could have done was claim I was lying.

Jonsmum said...

John;

"I put the link to this post on Orac's blog and not one of them made a comment. Usually they jump all over me. I guess all they could have done was claim I was lying."

I know, I saw it.
They probably had a quick look at the comments here, and thought twice about saying anything.

Fore Sam said...

They're probably out shopping for ALA and they'll admit how wrong they were later.

Jonsmum said...

They may go out shopping for ALA, but I doubt they're capable of admitting they were wrong about anything.

Foremum said...

I'm so happy for me, I mean, you John. My, there certainly are a lot of people leaving comments, but I guess they are all very supportive of you. You are the Best, John (ha ha).

Any Mouse said...

No vaccinations, John? Do you approve of polio and rubella now? These cause major disabilities, but of course the child would not be autistic, so perhaps that is ok. I think the problem here is ignorance, John. As you go off on your anti vaccination campaign you just show how dangerous you are.

I think your kid, autistic or not, is developing in spite of your horrific treatments and attitudes.

Anonymous said...

Who is this Any Mouse? You want people to take you seriously using a childish name like that? Go crawl back into your mouse hole you fool.

Any Mouse said...

I quite like the name. You see, it is a slight alteration of the word "anonymous", meaning I am not only anonymous but that I could be potentially "any mouse at all". <:)>

Any more whitty quips from the peanut gallery, Mr. Anonymous?

Any Mouse said...

Anyway, John best is still dangerous as he recommends treatments and advises people to avoid vaccinating their children. In fact, I believe what he does is illegal on so many levels. This blog is, in itself, a hate crime.

Anonymous said...

Very strange. Get a life.

Anonymous said...

Getting under your fur, are we "any mouse at all"?

Anonymous said...

Any rodent:

I think the problem here is your tiny rodent brain, obviously much smaller than an actual mouse's, as mice can actually learn by experience...LOL :)

You probably should change your name to - Any Rodent Shit. There would be some similarities now.

Anonymous said...

Anyway, John best is still dangerous as he recommends treatments and advises people to avoid vaccinating their children. In fact, I believe what he does is illegal on so many levels. This blog is, in itself, a hate crime.

Who are you, the Mother Theresa of the mouse world? Get over yourself. John is much more anti-mercury than he is ant-vaccine. Get your mouse facts straight. A hate crime? Yeah... right. Look at your own mousey ND blogs.

Any Mouse said...

?... 0_0

Anonymous said...

thatpoorkidcalledanymouse said:

"Anyway, John best is still dangerous as he recommends treatments and advises people to avoid vaccinating their children. In fact, I believe what he does is illegal on so many levels. This blog is, in itself, a hate crime."

You have some room to talk, really... one day your mom's cat will rip the guts out of you for being too stupid to realise you're not a worthless little mousey!

I would love to video that day!

"I quite like the name. You see, it is a slight alteration of the word "anonymous", meaning I am not only anonymous but that I could be potentially "any mouse at all"."


Stupid sod!

LoL

One day... idiot!

Fore Sam said...

Any mouse is trying to tell us German Measles is more dangerous than autism. He/she/it is representative of the insanity of Neurodiversity.
What other lowlife would come here to insult me while I celebrate my son's progress?

Jonsmum said...

"What other lowlife would come here to insult me while I celebrate my son's progress?"

Believe it or not any mouse, most decent people will be thinking the same thing.

Any Mouse said...

No, don't misunderstand me. I celebrate your children's success and hope they can survive you.

Anyway, I criticised what John did with his child because he was the one who mentioned it. You are getting your posts and personas mixed up, John/Susan/Foresam/Jonsmum/Anonymous etc etc etc...

I am enjoying this foolishness.

Any Mouse said...

Oooops. Titter tee hee. I made a mistake. I stand before you as a penitant man. Chastise me with a branch from a fresh green sappling, please.

Jonsmum said...

any mouse:

"I am enjoying this foolishness."

I seriously urge you to get some psychiatric help.

Any Mouse said...

Most decent people would not even bother with this foul blog and you sad people. It must mean I am not decent. This has become less than entertaining. I take my leave, my dear friends. Thank you for the diversion you have offered me. I know it is difficult, but try not to insult and abuse autistic people. When you do you are spitting on your own children.

Jonsmum said...

any mouse;
You've stopped taking your medication haven't you.

Any Mouse said...

And your foul spittle flies past me and hits your poor child. How will he/she feel when he/she is still autistic and discovers that you hate everything that he/she is?

Anonymous said...

How many Any Mouse's are there anyway? If there has been only on "Any Mouse" than it is interesting that this mouse went from:

I am enjoying this foolishness at 12:10 PM

to this:

This has become less than entertaining. at 12:19 PM

There is medication for that.

Buh bye, Mouse...

Jonsmum said...

I have got to say, "any mouse" and his/her sick comments should not be taken as representative of any group, including the neurodiverse.

I would credit everyone with the intelligence to recognise that he/she is a seriously disturbed individual, evidently in need of immediate psychiatric intervention.
He/she is a danger to themselves and to others.

Jonsmum said...

anonymous;

"How many Any Mouse's are there anyway?"

Maybe any mouse has 'multiple personality disorder'?

Unfortunately we are only privy to his "Norman Bates" persona.

anonimouse said...

At some point, John, you're going to be exposed for the money-grubbing fraud that you are.

Fore Sam said...

Anonimouse;
Where did come up with this delusional rant? How do I profit by curing my son?

Satan said...

I am waiting for you in my home, John Best Junior.