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Depression, anxiety spike in U.S. amid outbreak and turbulent times

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By LINDSEY TANNER

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I totally believe it. Beer and exercise carry me through.

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I agree that there is an increase in depression and anxiety over here in the States. At least, that is what I am seeing.

I am hoping that we can get Biden in office, and then return to a more traditional competent and empathetic form of leadership. Never in my lifetime have we had such terrible leadership.

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There'll be some welcome relief coming in November when 70% of the population will be able to shake their orange Black Dog and chill without their meds, well, apart from a little weed or a celebratory drink or two.

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There'll be some welcome relief coming in November when 70% of the population will be able to shake their orange Black Dog and chill without their meds, well, apart from a little weed or a celebratory drink or two.

Where do you get the 70% from? All polls suggest the split is about even, so in either case half the population won´t be happy. Especially not now, where the Demoract party has poisoned the water with their push for fraud-friendly mass mail votes, which will be doubted in either case.

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The 70% will include those who didn't or couldn't vote, but will nevertheless be relieved to have turned the page on gaslit America's long nightmare and be eagerly anticipating next year's Big Chill: the indictments and prosecutions of those corrupt individuals guilty of committing or enabling gross malfeasance, crimes and misdemeanors over the past five years.

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