Who the crappie cares?
Let the Calis all eat "turkey bacon" or "textured-vegetable protein bacon", it just means cheaper bacon for the rest of the USA.

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Democrats and their corporate media allies have launched an obscene crusade to dehumanize the unvaccinated.

True, very true.

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At least 27 people were shot, one of them fatally, Friday into Saturday night across Mayor Lori Lightfoot's (D) Chicago. 

What is Mayor Lightfoot's body-count and how does it compare to Rahm Emanuel's ?

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Nancy Pelosi was caught without a mask numerous times in the Capitol after ordering the return of a mask mandate and threatening defiers.

The entire GOP caucus should perform a "citizen's arrest" of old Nancy Pelosi and trap her in her office (& away from her gourmet ice cream).

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The crazy, convoluted, mixed up messaging from the CDC – it's been this way from the beginning of the pandemic until now – has taken yet another turn. Now the CDC is recommending masks not just for the unvaccinated but for the vaccinated too. This is supposedly because of the discovery that the variant known as Delta is making an end-run around the vaccines, causing not only infections but infectious spread. 

Doubt it. They have been doing nothing but flip-flops since December 2019.

"Wear a mask, don't wear a mask they don't work, wear two or three masks, don't need a mask if vaxxed, wear a mask if vaxxed or not...." -- Faucisms

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"Its good to be king." -- a line is from the film The History of the World: Part I, directed by Mel Brooks (1981)

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On any given day, our five senses are under a constant bombardment of external stimuli. People who study this area have spent decades wondering why some of those stimuli make it into our conscious awareness, while other sights, sounds, smells, touches, and tastes are relegated to the unconscious mind. Until recently, the question was still an open one. Where in our brain lies consciousness?

Big friggin' deal, exactly how does that get my lazy-ass kid to get a job and finally move out of my house?

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On any given day, our five senses are under a constant bombardment of external stimuli. People who study this area have spent decades wondering why some of those stimuli make it into our conscious awareness, while other sights, sounds, smells, touches, and tastes are relegated to the unconscious mind. Until recently, the question was still an open one. Where in our brain lies consciousness?

OK, so you found the gateway to consciousness, but what about the gateway to conscientiousness?

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On any given day, our five senses are under a constant bombardment of external stimuli. People who study this area have spent decades wondering why some of those stimuli make it into our conscious awareness, while other sights, sounds, smells, touches, and tastes are relegated to the unconscious mind. Until recently, the question was still an open one. Where in our brain lies consciousness?

Weird, but I seem to find consciousness every dang morning, with or without my anterior insular cortex.

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On any given day, our five senses are under a constant bombardment of external stimuli. People who study this area have spent decades wondering why some of those stimuli make it into our conscious awareness, while other sights, sounds, smells, touches, and tastes are relegated to the unconscious mind. Until recently, the question was still an open one. Where in our brain lies consciousness?

So exactly how do we get the internet directly into the anterior insular cortex ???

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