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Tears for Fears

Fear TVBy Cathy Jameson

It’s been a while since we made a long road trip.  Ten hours there and ten hours back, with only one day in town, the one we had planned was also going to be a very quick trip for us.  Even so, I was looking forward to seeing family at our niece’s wedding.  I love it when we can be together with family.  

We limited how long Ronan could stay on the ipad while in the car.  But for the others, if they weren't sleeping, the kids stayed plugged into their devices most of the trip.  I didn’t mind that this time.  I'd get their attention if I needed to tell them something or if I wanted to show them something.  We've done this road trip tons of times since they were little, so there were things I knew they'd want to see again, like the South of the Border rest stop area. 

South of the border

Their billboards can be a fun countdown. 

With how many miles we'd be traveling, we saw lots of billboards.  Our favorite ones are the ones leading up to the South of the Border.  Other, though, were annoyingly pushy. 

I can’t find the exact images of the billboard that I saw while traveling through two southern states, but the message was crystal clear:

Vaccinate for them.

Show them you love them; get vaccinated.

Love your kids?  Get them vaccinated.

I’d seen one of those about a month ago also while coming home from the hospital with Ronan.  After a worrisome few weeks, he was going to go under for a procedure.  We’d have to wait a few days for lab results, so my emotions were still a bit all over the place on the almost two-hour drive home.  Seeing that billboard with its glaring message, Show them that you love them; get vaccinated… really irked me.  I DID VACCINATE.  But I didn’t do it out of love – at the time, it was a decision made out of ignorance and fear.  Look where that got my kid.  None of that gave him good health.  It gave him the opposite.  He’s got chronic issues post-vaccination that require constant care, supervision, and appointments with several medical professionals.  That’s hardly the happy, shiny life promised in the vaccine ads that pop up along the highway.  To play on the emotions of parents is terrible.  To give them a false sense of hope is worse. 

While the kids slept on our trip south, another billboard caught my eye.

Car seats

There those advertisers go using that word love in their campaigns again.  Can they not sell the car seat based on a child’s need for a car seat?  Or based on legal requirements?  Nope.  I guess selling panic and guilt brings in a better profit.

We’ve gone years without cable, but we saw some really interesting commercials on cable TV while we were away, too.  Those billboards made more sense after also getting a taste for what’s on TV these days. 

It’s sell, sell, sell products at whatever cost is necessary. 

It’s tug on the emotions, even when some emotions should have nothing to do with the sell. 

It’s get these products into everyone’s homes, no matter how worthless the product is.

We saw that if they can’t sell some worthless products on television, they’ll try to sell them elsewhere, including on an outdoor billboard.  I understand the need for companies to advertise, but I don’t think any of them should bring up the love I have for my child in their ads.  No one gets to put a price tag on that.  And no one gets to accuse me of not loving my child in ad campaigns, especially ones that promote vaccines. 

Cathy Jameson is a Contributing Editor for Age of Autism.  

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susan welch

Bill, Perhaps you should read Cathy's excellent article, instead of just looking at the pictures.

When I was young, my father always said to me and my siblings 'If you don't have anything nice to say, then say nothing at all'.

Thank you, Cathy, for your interesting 'Sunday' articles.

Angus Files

Obtuse as usual from Bill whats new?

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So, a sombrero advertisement which is most likely near a restaurant or amusement park has what to do with autism?!

Gerardo Martinez

At times it can be very hard to exlain our point of view. Especially when the majority of folks are informed from an early age that vaccines are "safe and effective" well they(billboards) will never say usually because that would indicate that they are not always safe and effective all the time. Well most of us here found this out the hard way. Me and my family Won't get fooled again! Keep up the informative and important message. Blessings to all!

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