COVID Stuxnet Program malware code line: Let’s talk about Measles and Implementing the US’s Social Credit System

Yes—I’m pointing out measles.

Why?

I lived through those days.  I am a spit shy away from 70 and those days were, indeed, just like this:

The Brady Bunch Measles Episode

Episode 13: Is There A Doctor In The House?

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MEASLES BEFORE & AFTER VACCINE MARKETING

“Did you grow up watching The Flintstones or The Brady Bunch? I know I did. These television programs were pretty popular in their day.

You might want to take a step back in time and reminisce by watching these hilarious measles episodes joking about how trivial getting the measles was, way back before the vaccine was invented. And maybe it will get you thinking, ”why all the fuss today?” Is measles something to be terrified of?”

Source:

Measles: Exploreing the Past Before the Marketing of Vaccines

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They’ve been using measles and other childhood illness and now the flu to stick nasty things into us to kill, damage, and control us. The most criminal of elements has taken over all our systems

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VIEW THIS PATENT!!!

IT IS A PATENT FOR A SOCIAL CREDIT SYSTEM NOT VACCINATION.  I DON’T CARE WHAT THEY CALL IT!!!  The kicker for me is the word score.

United States Patent Ehrlich et al . ( 10 ) Patent No .: US 11,107,588 B2

Aug. 31 , 2021

It looks like the key to not being a superspreader of their non-existent ‘Disease is to stay away from everyone and, for heaven’s sake—don’t talk!!

George Carlin – Germs, Immune System

Harry Vox, Investigative Journalist.  Originally Aired October 21st 2014.  New York City

They are talking about your cell phones here, Folks…

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Merck Mumps Vaccines Are a Total Fraud: Company Can Only Provide the Courts with Efficacy Data from 50 Years Ago

Global Research, June 15, 2015

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Abnormal Measles-Mumps-Rubella Antibodies and CNS Autoimmunity in Children with Autism

December 19, 2001

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Former Merck Scientists File Suit Against Merck Under the False Claims Act

Hilary Butler

Saturday, June 23, 2012

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Measles: Exploring The Past Before The Marketing Of Vaccines

Published 6 years ago on  March 7, 2015

By  Anna Rodgers 19 minute read

Before you begin…

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Did you grow up watching The Flintstones or The Brady Bunch? I know I did. These television programs were pretty popular in their day.

 You might want to take a step back in time and reminisce by watching these hilarious measles episodes joking about how trivial getting the measles was, way back before the vaccine was invented. And maybe it will get you thinking, ”why all the fuss today?” Is measles something to be terrified of?

I’m sure we all can agree, most grandparents would say that they caught measles and that they “got through it just fine.” And our mothers can probably also remember measles and chicken pox parties, where people would invite their kids to be around other children who had either of these two viruses. It was nothing to be scared of. Sure, if you didn’t treat it correctly, it could make some children’s symptoms worsen, and it’s definitely not good for adults to get measles (hence the parties!) but all in all, measles was seen as something that was very common and nothing to be frightened of. Please try and view the video first, then read on.

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The Brady Bunch Measles Episode

Episode 13: Is There A Doctor In The House?

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Why are things are so different now?  We’ve all become very scared of contracting any illness. Even the flu makes people rush out and get vaccines that have actually been proven to harm (and can even kill). What’s worse, not only are they harmful, they really do not work very well.

Where Does The Fear Come From?

What has caused such a huge change in our attitudes towards the measles?

Cathy Jameson from Age Of Autism wrote the following in her article A Very Brady Measles:

[And this is exactly how I remember measles back in my childhood days!!!]

A Very Brady Measles

Episode 13: Is There A Doctor In The House?

Hello again friends and readers! Thank you for joining me for this week’s review of “Is There A Doctor In The House?” The episode originally aired on December 26th, 1969. The plot sees all six of the Brady kids stricken with measles and Mike and Carol being forced to choose a pediatrician for them all. It’s another pretty solid and sensible episode with two guest stars who were no strangers to television. So, let us begin our review of “Is There A Doctor In The House?”

The episode opens with Carol and Alice cleaning up the house. Peter is sent home from school early with a temperature of 101.1. He must live really close to the school to be sent home without the school calling a parent, especially with him sick. Suppose he passed out on the sidewalk between the school and house? He questions if his fever is a record or not before being sent upstairs. Alice’s immediate concern is if the other kids will soon find themselves sick. Alice even tries to crack a joke. She quotes the warden of the state prison saying, “I’d hate to seem them all break out at once”. Carols sees absolutely no humor in this and walks off. Usually, Carol will say, “Oh Alice” or something like that, but not this time. At least the laugh track kicked in for Alice.

No laughter from Carol here!

The next scene opens with a shot of the exterior of Mike’s office. I am not sure if we have seen it before. Mike chuckles at the news that Peter has the measles and says he will bring him some comic books home.

After the phone call, Carol asks Alice the whereabouts of the thermometer which Alice immediately assumes she is referring to the meat thermometer.  She must have forgotten that Peter was sick or perhaps she was being passively aggressive towards Carol after her reaction to the warden joke. Carol then calls Dr. Porter and asks her to come by the house. At the conclusion of the call, some dramatic music plays as it is revealed that Jan also has the measles!

Now two Brady children have the measles! In my entire life, I’ve never known somebody with the measles. Upon researching the illness, it was found that today, vaccines have contributed largely to the decline of the illness. Per Wikipedia, the measles were eradicated from the Americas in 2016. The illness is described as red blotchy spots that include a fever, runny nose, cough and achy feelings.

In the next scene, Alice is taking Peter’s temperature while he works a crossword puzzle. He can’t think of a seven letter word for drink and in an irritated tone seeks Alice’s help. Jan begins yelling for Carol, but Alice goes to assist her. All Jan needs is to show somebody the picture she has drawn. It’s an artsy looking bird that Jan asks Alice to identify. Peter then summons Alice again to come help with the crossword puzzle. Alice goes back and forth with guesses for both Peter and Jan. This scene concludes with Peter needing a five letter word for tired, to which Alice suggests A-L-I-C-E.

Back at Mike’s office, he is making a call to Dr. Cameron and asks him to come to the house and check on Peter. Back at the Brady house, the other doctor that Carol summoned is just arriving. Upon the news that Jan has since came home with the measles, Dr. Porter accuses Carol of trying to get two for the price of one. Here begins the episode’s conflict. Peter does not want to be seen by Dr. Porter. He is very uncomfortable with a woman examining him. As Carol tries to explain to him that he has nothing to be concerned about, Jan begins yelling for Carol.

Carol asks Dr. Porter to explain to Peter why he has nothing to be worried about while she goes to see what Jan needs. Carol enters the girls’ bedroom and walks right past Dr. Cameron. She doesn’t even notice there is a man standing in the room until Jan points this obvious fact out! Upon finally noticing him, Carol protects Jan, threatens to call the police and accuses Dr. Cameron of breaking and entering. Dr. Cameron explains who he is and that Alice brought him up.

Carol meets Mike coming down the hall to see Peter and tells him it is conference time. They discuss the two doctor dilemma and Mike says both doctors will be drummed out of the AMA if it is discovered they are both making house calls. This got me to pondering doctors making house calls. I’ve never known of it occurring in my lifetime. Per Wikipedia, in the early 1960s, 40% of doctor-patient interaction occurred during house calls. By 1980, this was down to .06%. A Google search suggested that there is a small segment of doctors looking to revive the house call. However, with today’s technological advances in medicine, the effectiveness  of a house call is diminished. Readers, if you have any memories of a doctor making a house call and would like to share, please do so!

While Mike and Carol discuss women taking care of boys and men taking care of girls, it is revealed that the measles have spread to all the Brady children. The value of Dr. Porter and Dr. Cameron is touted by Bobby and Cindy as it is revealed that Dr. Cameron gives lollipops and Dr. Porter gives all day suckers. Mike says that doctors must have a deal with dentists.

Marion Ross as Dr. Porter and Herbert Anderson as Dr. Cameron.

Upon the doctors coming down the stairs, the kids mob them and the scene ends. What follows is Mike and Carol discussing with the doctors that they will have a discussion about which of them the family will continue using. Dr. Cameron says they understand as he doesn’t expect Mike and Carol to “double” their doctors.

This is a good spot in our review to discuss the episode’s guest stars. Dr. Porter was played by Marion Ross. She is certainly no stranger to television. Most fans of classic sitcoms will easily recognize her as Mrs. Cunningham from the long running show “Happy Days”. She has been acting since 1953 and remains busy today! IMDB reflects three 2016 acting credits. She also had regular roles on The Drew Carey Show, That 70’s Show and Gilmore Girls. Dr. Cameron was played by Herbert Anderson. Classic sitcoms fans might recognize him as Henry Mitchell from the 1950s classic “Dennis The Menace”. This was one of my favorite shows growing up. I still enjoy it today, as long as it is a George Wilson episode and not a John Wilson one. Nothing against Gale Gordon, I just like Joseph Kearns’ Mr. Wilson much more. Herbert Anderson’s final television appearance was on “The Waltons” in 1975. He died in 1994.

After the doctors have left, Mike is seen mixing a drink. I don’t recall ever seeing either Mike or Carol enjoy an adult beverage before of after this. I guess the stress of picking a doctor has driven Mike to the bottle.

In an odd exchange about choosing a doctor, Carol said she would never be able to forgive herself if they chose Dr. Porter and “something happened”. Mike says he feels the same if Dr. Cameron was chosen. Did they anticipate one of these pediatricians performing a delicate operation on the kids? Both had all ready touted their confidence in each doctor and now they talk as though they are taking a risky bet by allowing one or the other to continue seeing the children. Carol tells Mike to decide “which doctor” they will use and Mike says he’d settle for a “witchdoctor” at this point.

Upstairs, the four older Brady children are playing a board game. I had always assumed it was Monopoly, but the DVD allowed a closer look during this viewing. Marcia laments that Greg won her railroad and Peter says all he needs is two more houses. This certainly didn’t sound like typical Monopoly jargon to me. Upon freezing the frame, it is revealed that while the kids are using a Monopoly game board and pieces, the name of the game has

That’s not Monopoly!

been covered up. The producers were no doubt looking for a way to avoid paying any kind of royalties or fees to Parker Brothers and decided to be extra vigilant against any such payments by having the kids reference made up rules and gameplay. Bobby and Cindy are keeping themselves busy coloring in the other room. They both enter the girls’ room arguing. Bobby has decided to color Cindy’s measles another color and she protests. This childish dispute soon gives way to the episode’s main conflict of male and female healthcare professionals. Upon voicing support for the male doctor, female nurse stereotype, the boys are booted from the girls’ room.

Down in the kitchen, meals are being prepared for all six children. Each have come to possess a different means of summoning the adults of the household and each are working to be even more obnoxious with it! After one crazy noise is heard and identified, another follows. Greg’s bongo drums have gotten to be too much and Mike finds a cowbell for him to use instead. In a preview of the Brady craziness that is yet to come, the inventory of the food to be delivered to the kids’ rooms is sung to the tune of the Twelve Days of Christmas.

“And oo-oo-ooone cowwwwwbelll!”

As the food is delivered, some of the kids act like entitled brats. Greg complains about there being no baloney and Mike tells him the meal he was brought is a feast fit for a king. Greg tells him to give it to the king and get him some baloney. Peter turns his nose up at broccoli and Jan wants gravy with her meal. In an iconic dense Cindy moment, she asks why she always gets peanut butter and jelly, to which Carol reminds Cindy that she loves peanut butter and jelly. Cindy’s reply of “Oh yeah, I keep forgetting” goes down as one of the dumbest Cindy moments of the series. In case you missed it last week, regular reader and contributor Jack shared via the comments section how these lines that made Cindy look so dim really chapped Susan Olsen. Thanks Jack for sharing! The scene concludes with Mike and Carol going up and down the stairs in continued service to the children.

In another dose of low level craziness, the next scene opens with a chalkboard listing each child and Tiger and the illnesses they have experienced. It seems the list could have been handled a bit more easily on a sheet of paper, but this is the Brady Bunch where things tend to be overdone. I won’t even

try to determine why the Brady’s own a chalkboard this size. Maybe it was included with the lectern they used in “Vote For Brady”.  Mike enters wearing one hideous jacket. I love vintage stuff, but his attire hear looks like something a shady car salesman would wear in a comedy routine. Mike looks over the chart and asks about the kids having distemper. Alice points out that is Tiger’s column. If you watch closely, you will see that Mike asked about some other illness, but it was looped over with distemper. Best I can tell, he asked about rabies, but I am no lip reader. Upon learning that the kids will be getting ice cream sundaes, shortly before dinner, Mike suggests the kids are taking advantage of the situation. However, Alice reminds Mike of how entitled he felt when he was stricken with the flu as he was equally needy and demanding of pampering.

Yikes!  That jacket!

In the living room, Mike and Carol revisit the discussion about which pediatrician they will continue to use. Mike suggests the most logical, reasonable, intellectual option of flipping a coin. He then says that the children should decide. It seems there really is no decision to be made on their part as they have all voiced their desire to use their respective doctors. The scenes that follow are of Mike and Carol trying to convince the kids that the other doctor is a good choice. The girls all hide under their blankets as Carol tries to convince them and questions their actions in the scenario of a sinking ship with only a male doctor to rescue them. It’s an absurd analogy as being saved from a sinking ship really can’t be equated with the regular care of a doctor. Regardless, the girls spring up from their hiding and yell in unison they’d rather drown than allow a male doctor to treat them. Mike is equally unsuccessful in his attempt to explain the merits of a female doctor. Upon trying to make clear there is no difference between a male and female doctor, Greg reminds Mike that he taught the boys about the birds and the bees. Here Mike should have countered that the male and female anatomy has nothing to do with medical knowledge. Instead, the scene ends.

Mike has the measles!

Downstairs, the two doctor dilemma is discussed again. Mike points out that neither he nor Carol changed doctors when they got married, so why should the kids? He proclaims himself a genius for coming to such a conclusion. Carol immediately shoots him down by pointing out a genius would have realized that much sooner. Conveniently, the doctors happen to stop by at that moment to check on the kids. They reveal the exciting news that they will be combining their practices. Mike and Carol think this is great news. My thought that was that the Bradys are back to square one as I highly doubt both doctors would come to the Brady home in the future should a doctor be needed. The issue of a male versus female doctor would still remain depending on which doctor was working or available that day. While sharing this news, Dr. Cameron notices a spot on Mike’s face. It appears he too now has the measles. Mike offers to prove a point to the boys and allow Dr. Porter to examine him, but Carol nixes this idea quickly!

The epilogue sees the oversized illness chart again. Just as it seems everyone is well and will remain as such, we find out that Alice now has the measles. I hope the kids had to wait on her hand and foot like she did them!

Epilogue

This concludes the review of “Is There A Doctor In The House?” I remember growing up, that this episode numbered among my favorites. It was fun seeing all the kids together and how they responded to being sick. As an adult, I find the episode to be just average. Other than Cindy’s most memorable line about peanut butter and jelly and seeing Henry Mitchell and Mrs. Cunningham, there isn’t much that occurs that was noteworthy. Please share any comments or thoughts of your own as they are most welcome! Next week, we review “Father of the Year”. It’s another episode I remember seeing aired quite often. Have a great weekend!

Peter has the measles?  Hahahaha!

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So you see?  Measles was never as scary as industry makes it out to be.  Just like I remember it was when I had them in the 1950s

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Submit communications to the
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The more of us who do this; the more they can’t ignore us.

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