Are you looking as confused as me? What do measles and pit bulls have in common? Absolutely nothing, but the realize that because we are normal people, but when it comes too BSL advocates, it’s just another “let’s find something totally not like pit bulls and compare them” topic.
When you compare the history of measles vs. pit bulls, measles wins as the deadlier of the two with body counts well within millions. From 1855 to 2005- measles have killed over 200 million people world wide. In 1850- Measles killed 20 percent of Hawaii’s population and In 1875, measles killed over 40,000 Fijians, approximately one-third of the population.
But you know…. that’s TOTALLY not as bad as pit bulls. I mean, a disease that has a history of killing millions of people is nothing compared to pit bulls.
I’m totally offended too! I’m totally offended that Lorena’s unvaccinated children are running amuck and are walking Petri dishes with only God knows what while my innocent dog is sleeping on the couch being compared to a deadly disease.
Offended! So gosh darn offended! I mean, how dare supervising parents (or grandparents) take pictures with their kids and dogs. That HORRIFIC action is totally worse than an infected person coughing, sneezing, or sharing food or drinks. It’s not that measles virus can travel through the air. I mean it can’t mean that you can get measles if you are near someone who has the virus even if that person doesn’t cough or sneeze directly on you, right?