can bouncing an infant cause brain damage?

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Answered: Brain Damaged Clinton, brain damaged Dems.

Who but brain damaged Democrats would post XXX porn for kids to see as they ask help with third-grade homework? Leftists have that lack of family and community values, so that settled all things about all leftists for all time.

Answered: Brain damaged presidential candidate?

Clinton is brain damaged. That stroke cut her IQ by 2/3 and now the Dems are looking for some other corrupt fool to take over in case Clinton croaks. Republicans ain't stupid enough to run brain damaged fools for office. Vote Republican to be safe and happy.

Answered: Clinton's steadily deteriorating condition.

Democrats have always been a little short mentally. The election in 2014 proved that fact very convincingly.

Answered: Absinthe causes brain damage?

Absinthe does NOT cause brain damage. Thujone levels are FAR too low in absinthe to have any effect. Absinthe NEVER contained high thujone levels. Tests of vintage absinthes have confirmed this.

Answered: Brain damage.

Rocmike is posting under his Sicker anonymous. What is wrong with this mentally ill schizo?

Answered: Sharp brain waves in healthy brain

So she spent the night at the hospital and instead of asking the doctor, you come to AOL instead? Brilliant.
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