Kansas City COVID Mask Reactions Correspond To Level Of Self-Esteem

We've done the research, now it's time to share the data given the reemergence of a cowtown plague dress code.


An abstract of the study . . .

The level of outrage, one way or another, that Americans might feel about COVID mask mandates directly corresponds to feelings of self worth. For reference, this is also true of how people treat food service workers.

Don't get it twisted (and don’t dare think this is all just cheeky satire penned as an excuse to share relevant links and ridicule the pedantic report that concludes this post). . . This KICK-ASS TKC AXIOM relates NOT ONLY to those outraged about mandates BUT ALSO to those who would challenge or exceed those negative reactions with their own vitriol and/or blood curses. Additionally, most part-time philosophers believe that dutiful submission to any political philosophy has always been a clear indication of low self-esteem.

A note about sample size: 7.674 BILLION and/or everyone you'll ever meet.

Check the links to show this research proven correct . . .

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