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Thread: So does covid affect one’s brain/thought process?

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    First of all I'm pondering changing my name. Second, I still predict he'll be long gone my May if not sooner. Which of course will make things even worse.

    But it will check off all the never been done before boxes, allegedly black female president. Of course they will never learn from it, thought Obama would be a fine lesson, but nobody got it.

    Guess we still have the cross dressers and gay folks who haven't been president yet, or at least that we know of. I know there were questions about the last first ladies true plumbing.

    One thing for sure, the standards have never been lower.

    Still not speaking my mind, fingers duct taped together and all.
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    When Uncle Joe said "The days of America First are over" pretty much said it all......
    Southern by the Grace of God

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    Yep.
    A man can never have too much red wine, too many books, or too much ammunition
    -Rudyard Kipling

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    Thumbs down Slow Joe

    Quote Originally Posted by yqtszhj View Post
    Come on.... say it.

    To Berettabones comments, I wonder if sleepy joe will even have the cognitive capacity to even realize they are coming after him. Probably not....
    Biden can't remember the leader of North Korea's name and calls AR15s AR14s.
    He clearly has Dementia or Alzheimer's
    But he can still read a teleprompter.
    Perfect puppet for the nameless, faceless, people behind the certain.
    They carefully script everything he says and does.
    It's not really Slow Joe's fault.
    I'm not at all sure he even knows what day it is

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJK11 View Post
    From my point of view it affects some individuals brain function before the lungs.
    People that live in fear of the disease need to understand that their fear is the disease.
    "Never pet a burning dog"

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    Yup. Like saw recently, " People are saying the most washed part of the body in 2020 is the hands. I say it's the brains."
    Robin

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    Not nameless. The name is Xi

    Quote Originally Posted by Barth View Post
    Biden can't remember the leader of North Korea's name and calls AR15s AR14s.
    He clearly has Dementia or Alzheimer's
    But he can still read a teleprompter.
    Perfect puppet for the nameless, faceless, people behind the certain.
    They carefully script everything he says and does.
    It's not really Slow Joe's fault.
    I'm not at all sure he even knows what day it is
    Rest in peace Muggsy

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    Thanks for sharing.

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    I no longer say "pandemic" or even "scamdemic" but call it the "plandemic."

    Greatest psychological experiment in human history.

    Constantly taken aback by the craziness.

    Covid doesn't affect the mind but constant propaganda most certainly does. Also, we get to see human nature at work. Chief among that is the inability to admit a mistake.

    Edit: just re-read my previous comments. I fell hard for the psych ops but wised up by spring of 2021. I did not vax nor did any of my friends. Thank God I have the friends I do combined with the fear of experimental drugs.

    One family member that took the booster was dead within 3 months. Others have developed odd blood disorders or serious cancer. That's common these days. Only ones still getting Covid are all vaxxed.

    So much more going on, depressing to type it.

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    A year and a half in to the JB administration and I can say it is worse than I expected. That’s hard to say too.
    The only thing better than having all the guns and ammo you'd ever need would be being able to shoot it all off the back porch.

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