This time, Melinda Gates’ recent remarks at Davos got me thinking about a unusual vaccines analogy. Often, the dearth of widespread vaccinations leads to unsettling news headlines. As an example from 2017, a record high number of measles cases (667) was uncovered since the disease was thought about eliminated in 2000. This did not transpire in of the African countries that the Gates Foundation targets for funding vaccine campaigns, but in of the most developed countries in the world and in the history of time.
What Sun shades in New York and Vaccines Have in Common
How can a celebrity hide in plain sight in a place you normally don’t find them? Let’s say in downtown Berkeley, Los angeles where I went to college, a colorful place where tight-jean-wearing hipsters and hippies abound. You would think they could blend in as normal people, given that stranger things can be spotted near fraternity row, like tutu-wearing EDM concertgoers sporting Cookie Monster’s carcass for shoes (read: furry rave leg heaters). You would think that. but no.
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What if he was wearing the same outfit in N.Y.C.? Now, that is a whole different story. I have heard native New Yorkers say celebrities walk in plain sight on a regular basis. They dress like us lesser mortals and pop on some shades to go. So why don’t they get the same reaction on the streets? Because everyone wears shades in New York.
Usher one time tried to get of Top Dog’s famed hot canines in Berkeley, and my whole FB newsfeed imploded. Like a traditional man, he was wearing a t-shirt, denims and sun shades — the typical MO for any celebrity trying to blend in. But the assault was immediate. It was like the hipster babies on the street could smell the “mainstream” on him. All of them rebelled by outing him on social media and closing in on him until he was made to moonwalk out of there. Or, at least, that is how I imagined the scene transpiring.
Anyhow, lots of public health specialists blame this incident for propagating the mistaken notion that vaccines are hazardous. Given the influence of celebrity opinion leaders in The united states, endorsing such claims and worse, failing to condemn them on further proof, is irresponsible.