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Friday June 25th, 2021 morning edition

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Conservatives, who write entire books about liberals supposedly being easily “triggered,” throw colossal shit fits at the mere mention of CRT, and want it banned from schools, hysterically claiming that it’s basically child abuse.

So what is wrong with understanding—having some situational understanding about the country for which we are here to defend?”

“What is it that caused thousands of people to assault this building and try to overturn the Constitution of the United States of America?

Of course, that lucid, well-articulated answer didn’t sit right with Gaetz, who literally shook his head in punk-ass defiance as Milley was speaking:.

Gaetz obviously wasn‘t the only one getting his knickers in a twist over the idea of education in the military.

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FIA to force F1 teams to slow down their pit stops · RaceFans

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The FIA will introduce new rules forcing F1 teams to slow down their rapid, two-second tyre changes during races.

The new directive, TD22A, refers to article 12.8.4 of the technical regulations which imposes restrictions on teams’ pit equipment.

Teams’ sensors also allow their mechanics to communicate when each stage of the pit stop process has been completed. »

Mario Golf: Super Rush Review

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Mario Golf: Super Rush, though, is an exception to that trend – it’s sporadically fun but it frustratingly falls short of the green more often than not.

Mario Golf Super Rush Trailer Screenshots - E3 2021 8 IMAGES.

Speed Golf is the new twist on the formula this time around, and it’s fair to assume is what inspired the “Super Rush” part of Mario Golf: Super Rush’s name. »

Nearly all COVID deaths in US are now among unvaccinated

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Nearly all COVID deaths in US are now among unvaccinated.

And only about 150 of the more than 18,000 COVID-19 deaths in May were in fully vaccinated people.

The preventable deaths will continue, experts predict, with unvaccinated pockets of the nation experiencing outbreaks in the fall and winter. »