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Intense battle for "I [heart] Popper/Citizen of the Liberal Republic of Science" t-shirt

No blog post today. Don't want to distract from the fierce competition to claim the prize in the first "HFC? CYPHIMU!" contest.

Or even the less (for now) fierce battled being waged for the "Cultural Cognition Lab Cat Scan Experiment" t-shirt (Angie is crushing the field, but it's not over until the fat cat yowls).

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