Health & Wellness
Anti-Vax Parents Break Diagnosis of Rare Disease to Children Over Game of Oregon Trail
An anti-vax couple, Steve and Nina, recently had to break the diagnosis of a rare disease to their children. They decided to lighten the blow by delivering the bad news during a game of the computer classic, The Oregon Trail. "We dusted off and fired up the old Apple II. Surprisingly we still had an Oregon Trail disk. As soon as one of the characters in the game came down with typhoid we stopped the game, looked at Calynn and Brayleigh and broke the news." Steve said. "If we had it to do over again we still wouldn't fill them full of poisonous vaccinations. They should live to twelve or thirteen and will have experienced two of the most healthy lives out of any children we know." Nina said. The family did not finish the game but instead decided to end the night making a batch of gluten-free, grain-free, sugar free vegan cookies.
Daniel Smith - January 13, 2019