Now that I work at the Think Tank, I read a lot of stuff written by Scientists and Experts, like this one study that was just published in the journal Nature Neuroscience, called “Dopamine D2 receptors in addiction-like reward dysfunction and compulsive eating in obese rats,” by Paul M. Johnson & Paul J. Kenny of The Scripps Research Institute.
So what the Doctors found was that rats that ate delicious, yummy BACON had the same addiction-like chemical responses in their brains as rats that do a lot of smack. And because it’s an animal study, the rats were subjected to excruciating pain, and they still ate BACON, just like they kept doing heroin when they were subjected to excruciating pain, because they were ADDICTED. To heroin. And now also to BACON. And if rats can be addicted to BACON, why not humans, who also—some of them—do heroin, right?
Some day the hog farmers of Iowa are gonna wise up, and when the BACON cartels control the bacon, then what are you gonna do? Eat so-called “turkey bacon”? I don’t think so.Thanks for reading my blog post this time, and may God bless.