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Re: Growing up in 80s, if you were sick they called it a bug, THEY SHOULD HAVE JUST SAID WORMS!?!?!?
 
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Re: Growing up in 80s, if you were sick they called it a bug, THEY SHOULD HAVE JUST SAID WORMS!?!?!?


I agreed with you, too, I was responding to the SlickNeon person just saying I'm crazy. I just thought that was childish. There is in fact some
Conspiracy however, because the big gov is denying morgellons exist and now a new "rope worm" is discovered that's nothing like any other parasite & doesn't eat or live like any other parasite previously discovered? Even joe Rogan the comedian did a show saying he believes in morgellons. I'm not caught up in anything but trying to feel better and this site is usually a wonderful supportive place with amazing contributions from the posters.

I realized there was a debate forum - if I wanted to make a semi-joke comment like in the title, I guess I should have gone there. My apologies.

Also I actually totally agree with your comment about the kids - the scientists are saying that NOT ONE PERSON they tested did NOT have these worms - meaning EVERY SINGLE ONE OF US DO, they are just in different life cycles. The ones that just came out of me were classified in the "decades" old category, and I attribute that to the food pyramid of the 80's where they told us to stock up on breads mainly for daily intake.

Here's an interesting video on "our food" - iron in our cereal. You can google it and see its not a hoax.

http://youtu.be/eWkCvLdLcbk
 

 
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