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18 arrested after federal investigation into heroin, fentanyl in Chicago
"People have been arrested following a federal investigation into heroin and fentanyl in Chicago. The defendants allegedly responsible for distributing approximately 12 kilograms of heroin. More than 23 grams of heroin laced with fentanyl and two kilograms of heroin laced with both fentanyl and fit Now, analog. Federal agents say most of the drug trafficking occurred in humble park.
'Cuz a Houseplant Party Don't Stop
"Jean Perron. We've gotten off of your ledge for today. And now you're here in the indefensible plants headquarters talking with us. Welcome back to the PODCAST. Hi Matt I'm Yeah it's great to be here. Yeah those that maybe didn't listen to the last episode or a new I don't know who you are. How about we give a brief overview of what it is you do. What is what I do well in mainly just pfaff around with house plants. That's a very technical term. Faffing faffing around over that you probably don't we do? This means kind of like pottering about with House plans. That's basically what I like to but my training is as a journalist and I run a podcast. Could on the ledge. She's been going for an incredible three years now. Probably not was Lewis as Hamilton defense plants. Been going since someone eight fourteen. So yeah six years. Oh Gee plant podcast. Og well so on. The Ledge is aimed at anyone who's wanting to do any kind of indoor gardening and I've done one hundred thirty episodes of all kinds of stuff talking to plant people testing things out onto in people's questions and it's basically just a whole heap of fun chat about plants which is what we will love. It is fun. I also the other thing to say is I. Also you also see my name popping up in various Mainly British magazines and newspapers about all kinds of things. I like to say to people that you know tried to write about things that you might not read anywhere else. Som- currently restoring a bit of research for peace for the Financial Times which involves finding out. How much people's ashes? Way Back from the. Yeah so that's interesting. Can you guess how much how much some when you get the ashes back from a cremation? How much that weighs two kilograms? Okay I've only gonNA impound. Oh well to imperial us as metric. Lots of science lab all day so when it's five to seven pounds. What's that kilos? Good question about right about that point. Two pounds two point two pounds so yeah so I was just amazed by. That's anyway so as writing a piece about how spreading of ashes can be an issue in public gardens and how it causes problems for gardeners but also for relatives. It's a difficult decision as to how to deal with ashes and how you can do it. Responsibly and sensitively so lights. It chart do something a little bit different from the usual. Oh it's the month of the year that we think about pruning are Xyz. Because I you know. There's always room for those bras type pieces but I like to kind of try to be a little bit outside the box sometimes because it makes much more interesting. Sure Yeah and I think more people as you know gardening catches on in house plans catches on and really just all of the media. That's out there kind of swansea with the same stuff. Everyone's writing the articles. Those different ones really stand out in. It's one of those things where I go into a garden centre or get emails from publishers than its oldest new book on propagating succulent. How many of those do we need exactly or you know. Houseplants that clear. I would be much more interested in a really solid piece which was probably researched about other ways that you can clean the actually. I think probably opening the windows the best way of refreshing the air in your house. I mean it sounds terribly reductivist book. That's probably true. Yup then candles. Don't have plugging airfresheners. You know Yeah I would say that which I but we have to be honest with ourselves. I mean there is truth to some of the stuff but there's also a lot of misinformation and I think plants suffer from that more than other walks of life just because of the amount of sort of folklore and mysticism history. They have with our species for good reason. I mean plant should be celebrated but yeah I think they suffer from a lot of misinformation as well. Yeah I mean. Plants are incredible but let's not attribute to them characteristics that they don't actually possess because there's loads of cool characteristics. They do have so yeah. I think it's it's not. That's not the main reason to have plants in your houses is they're going to provide some moment incredible. Co Two scrubbing mechanism. You know that's that ain't that ain't GonNa Happen Really You better off. You know as I say not. Not Burning the candles. But yeah so my my. My realm is widely. I like to to sort of try to. I just basically find things I'm interested in. Then find somebody to commission a piece about them which is which is really nice to live. Yeah Yeah and you do in such fun ways. I mean. I've read a handful of your articles but obviously the podcast is. What really exposes me to your world view in what's going on and it is fun. It is entertaining. And you are taking a nice change of pace. From the general guarding houseplant. Podcasts that are out there I'm not denigrating any of them. I think they've all got merit in their own way because everyone has experiences but you are really doing it in a way that speaks to me on a deeper level. Because it's obvious you actually care about caring for these plants beyond just having pretty things. I we're going to be a bitch fest. Then about other. Podcasts I was getting ready to throw some shade person in Holter corddry would never have cost any Shea I love. Oh I think I'm really people sort of ood. Have you seen this this new podcast? You worried I'm like no. I'm really glad that there's another podcast because there's you know I know that nobody is me and therefore I think is already being done by me. So that wild. I feel worried about other podcasts. I think is fabulous to have all these different outlets and things that you can listen to it. It's amazing but yeah it is a funny response to get from people and I hear that from time to time like Oh you worried. I'm like why would i? Why why do you need to worry about? Is it a competition? The more people talking about plants the better off we're going to be. They need that attention they do. They do exactly and you know we got to be out that kind of combating. The as I say that the mainstream media kind of really not very good standard of journalism when it comes to talking about blance you know. The mainstream media does pick up on plants and does more but at the same time. It's great for people to have this source information which is hopefully reliable. I say that I did recently just realized listener got in touch. Say That I've messed up. I'd mixed up to Spider Plant. Cultivars in my spider plant episodes. I was horrified. I know the horror the horror anyway. I've corrected that now but it's that's the other great thing is that. I love the fact that people can actually come to me and say you know what you got that wrong and I can actually say. Yeah I did. You're right sorry and put it right. Which is so refreshing. I'm not I'm not a machine. Do get things wrong wrong there. I think the other thing that I'm sure you find with plants despite the fact that I love scientific grounding for fats at the same time you can't deny that there are people doing things which shouldn't work strictly speaking. That seemed to work for them. So everyone's got their own little ways of doing things in the house flaunt world and you can try to go backs practice based on science but sometimes something just comes up left field and works for you so I'm thinking of my beefsteak. Begonia in a container with no drainage right now which is still doing really well. Yeah it is funny that Gardening Kennedy teaches us that all the best laid plans can go away. Sta Depending on where you're at your conditions in you've attempted and that's why it's really hard for me to navigate those houseplant groups's because everyone's having success for different reasons and it's really hard to kind of tease out. What is working in y? Is working for some and not others and you know you're having any luck with begonias already far in advance of any luck that I have not had with Begonias so there is in the pudding. I thought I've given my begonias everything they could ever want from this world and never did I think no drainage would would succeed for
"two kilograms" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The the thing I like the most is when everyone dances I even danced with them myself everyone is happy and I love them here are the smeared with the community also coming up makers of Swiss cheese fired for increased market share for the product you know the one pale yellow and famous for its hotels the hallways are very good in this she's from the rind up to the major we have changing the sound but around the middle of the week we have to same sound that means it's a good situation for the holes good to always better price lance coming up time Keith Walker in Bonn you're listening to inside Europe when it comes to cheese Switzerland is a champion the country produces enough to provide every man woman and child in anybody else living there with about twenty two kilograms a year but the Swiss Frank is strong and that makes foreign cheese cheaper imports have grown steadily over the past few years Swiss cheese makers are not fighting back finding ways to increase market share at home and abroad sandy Hausman reports Switzerland has been milking cows and making cheese for about seven hundred years and today it offers cheese lovers more than four hundred fifty varieties ten of these carry the name of the place where they were produced along with a special label of origin and the country takes enforcement seriously according to cheese maker chess caption.
Going From Earth To The International Space Station, First With Russian Spacecraft, Now with SpaceX
"Dragon two capsule in samba the niece spacecraft which were launched aboard a falcon nine rocket will allow america to finally fly at sunan crude to the international so space station without having to rely on russian soyuz rocket technology to get the america's been using the russian so us ever since it moth bowl the space shuttle fleet in two two thousand eleven no rule planning it being done for replacement so nassar awarded a bunch of contracts to private companies to provide crew in kaga transfer services to space station spacex and over the sciences eighty k. one the kaga contract spacex with passenger version of its dragon capsule the crew dragon into and boeing with a new spacecraft developed called the ceus t. one hundred style which will launch aboard an atlas five rocket that style liner and dragon will be reusable usable and capable of transferring the seven crew at a time between earth and the space station spacex have already carried at one unmanned test flight for the new crew dragon two capsule successfully launching to the space station automatically docking with it and then returning safely to the earth the company had planned to carry out its first manned test flight this month with regular crew transferred flies to the space station commencing by the end of the year but those plans were all scrubbed folly an explosion and fire which destroyed a crew dragon to capture during a lunch about ground test at cape canaveral in april. The failure was eventually traced to a problem with titanium vow system on the spacecraft super drako occur rocket launch abort system affixed has been developed but it converts the super drako rockets from reusable propulsion systems to single use only spacex have delivered a two and a half tons of supplies and equipment to the international space station. The flight nazi-era say team was the third mission for the same dragon captial it had previously flown on sierra's six back in april twenty fifteen and say are as thirteen in december twenty seventeen series eighteen blasted it off from space launch complex forty cape canaveral air force station in florida aboard a falcon nine rocket launcher being delayed by day following last minute scrub geeta bed with a ten nine eight seven by four three two one aw here vehicles pitching down ridge and there is successful liftoff of falcon nine carrying our our <hes> on a dragon spacecraft to the international space station network currently in a a what we call the throttle bucket and that's because in about thirty seconds we have an event called maximum dynamic pressure or max q. That's the point where the vehicle it was infrasonic the highest dynamic stresses so what we do is we bring down the engines a little bit pass through that point and throttle back up once the atmosphere her continues to drop off above that point vehicle is experiencing maximum aerodynamic so now we're through that point imagine to dynamic pressure now coming up are are a series of rapid events main engine cutoff than stage separation followed by second engine start of the second stage's merlin vacuum engine and then the first stage is gonna conduct boost back burn followed by a dragon nosecone deploy now managing cutoff or meco is where all nine merlin roland one d engines on the first stage will shut down followed shortly after that stage separation and then a few seconds later the merlin vacuum engine engine on the second stage will ignite to boost dragon into lower orbit in fact during a sent you heard the call out for engine chillan of that merlin vacuum engine stage separation from sort of and you can hear the cheers behind me. That's a successful start the of the merlin vacuum engine and boost back maneuver of the first stage shortly here. We should have nosecone deploy off dragon. We no longer need it now. That we're out of condense parts of the earth's atmosphere second-stage on its way to drop off dragon to its target orbit on the way to the international space station falcon nine first stage on its way to cape canaveral florida landing zone one for successful landing. Our first stage had an on-time launch at six so one p._m. Eastern standard time you just a few minutes trajectories. You had a nominal ascent an ideal stage separation. We just performed the first of three burns of the first day to boost back burn and we're a little more than a minute away from that second. Burn the in terms of fuel conservation nations only fire one merlin engine on this final burn engine number nine the center engine entry translate the orlando burn has begun stage two is entered terminal guidance the to note one hundred and the falcon has landed congratulations everyone here at space expert other successful landing for those as you keeping score this is our forty four successful first-stage recovery the secondary mission at space x vehicle ability back emission so back to our my primary mission orbital insertion we just had secondary engine cut off and you just heard the call out for a good orbit. That's fantastic that means that dragon reagan and the second stage are in low-earth orbit around the earth. Now the second stage does have one last major task for today's mission and that's commanding separation nation of the dragon spacecraft very shortly from now dragging separation confirmed signal. You can hear the cheers on count on one separation off dragging goes for mission to the international space station the dragon team doing little hand off with falcon there well the folk talkin nines first-stage returned to with performing a textbook landing on landing pad wanted cape canaveral dragon spacecraft continued to the international space station arriving two days later upon rendezvous dragon was grad by the opening opposite candid. I'm too and beth under the hominy docking module series eighteen delivered some one thousand one hundred ninety ninety two kilograms of scientific equipment and supplies as well as two hundred and thirty three kilograms of crew supplies one hundred and fifty seven kilograms of vehicle hot way for the space station seventeen kilograms of computer equipment and one hundred fifty seven kilograms of space walk equipment. The mission also carried the new international docking adept to three these new docking adapters raptors attached to the space station. How many modules to pressurized mating adapter docking ports. They'll enable dragon style spacecraft to dock autonomously the space station asian dragon will remain docked to the isis until august the twentieth when it will be undocked and then returned to earth karen completed experiments equipment science experiments servants included in the sierras eighteen manifest include the multi scale bowling experiment designed to use a laser to heat a refrigerant liquid in microgravity to trigger vapor bubble. The astronauts will then use a gray scale camera to track the bubbles formation and growth revealing the processes at work in order to better understand the seemingly simple but actually rather complex flick's process also boards the by rock experiment. It'll study how microbes feet on besset extracting ions food and forming biofilm scientists want wanna understand how altered states of gravity a thick this process another experiment will help scientists better understand the neurodegenerative effects of spaceflight the amyloid aggregation agregation experiment will try to understand why astronauts post-flight brain scans show changes similar to those of elderly patients suffering from alzheimer's meanwhile a russian in progress cargo ship carrying two point seven tons of food and supplies as also successfully launched and docked with the international space station but instead of taking two days to get the it didn't just three and a half hours to bits second umbilical tower. It started out. Come back yeah liftoff of the province progress seventy-three on its way amoco's space
"two kilograms" Discussed on Liftoff
"Who's got the right hardware can do this because you're essentially shooting a laser beam to the reflector point and making sure that you're getting it back and then when you turn it off you can precisely measure the the amount of time before for the beam stops and you've got a distance and it's incredibly accurate. It's pretty cool. Another experiment that they laid out on the surface was actually attached to the passive seismic experiment and it was called a lunar dust detector it was not just carried Apollo eleven but also twelve fourteen fifteen and this L. D. measured the power output from a set of solar cells so it's a solar panel and they watched to see how dusty it got so how much the solar signal would get suppressed and most notably when the lamb fired off the ascent module and left the surface because that would pick up a little bit of dust and there's a little experiment like how much does did we kick up when we when we fired off and they <hes> they use this tool to find out the sensors were also also used to monitor long term health of solar cells when left on the surface of the moon of course being exposed to radiation and thermal expansion far beyond what we see here on earth yeah lots of things you can learn about something that we didn't know before which is what if you put equipment on the moon and leave it there what happens to it that was also the solar wind composition experiment. This was an aluminum foil sheet facing the Sun. <hes> seems pretty simple. The theory here is solar wind particles would embed themselves into the foil it was taken down after seventy seven minutes and return to the earth where researchers found isotopes of several different noble gases in the foil of course the lunar samples of our probably what are most well known we were talking about the crews work on the Moon Armstrong Aldrin collected twenty two kilograms of material including fifty rocks and several samples of the fine lunar dust including that contingency <hes> little pouty had in his pocket in case things went wrong additionally they.
Have We Hit Peak Recycling?
"Today's episode is brought to you by listerine ready tabs small discrete tabs, the transform from a solid to a liquid just to switch and swallow no sink required to get that just brushed clean feeling, and they pack a huge punch up to four hours of fresh breath, and the confidence that goes with it on the go wherever life takes you to a surprise meeting a date you want to freshen up for or just from one event to another try listen ready tabs today. Find them near the mouthwash. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff. Lauren bulk bomb here in the nineteen. Seventies. Americans bursts started embracing a new idea intended to help protect the environment and reduce our squandering of natural resources. Instead of just throwing their garbage away people begin separating materials such as glass metal and paper. But potentially could be processed and reused and started leaving them by the curb side in bins to be collected and transported to recycling. Plants back, then recycling seemed like a revolutionary step toward a less wasteful society. But not quite half a century later that revolution seems to be stuck in neutral, which leaves us wondering whether there is a peak recycling point, and whether we may have already reached it. Thanks to population growth, we continue to generate an ever increasing amount of trash two hundred and sixty two million tons of it in the US loan in two thousand fifteen the most recent year for which the Environmental Protection Agency has data that's up from two hundred eight million tons in nineteen ninety and it works out to about four point five pounds or around two kilograms per American each day over thirty percent more trash than Americans generated individually back in nineteen seventy of that mountain of refuse in two thousand fifteen slightly more that a third was either recycled sixty eight million tons or composted twenty three million tonnes that might seem pretty impressive. But it's not as of two thousand seventeen the US ranked just twenty fifth among the world's industrialized nations in recycling. Germany in contrast recycles are composts about two thirds of its garbage and ten other countries in Europe and Asia achieve a fifty percent rate or higher even more trouble. Langley US recycling rates have pretty much stalled in recent years. As a result were still burying more than half of the trash regenerated landfills and burning the remainder, one challenge to recyclers is that the waste stream has evolved. In prior times. There were more glass bottles and aluminum cans, plus a lot more discarded newspaper, which was heavy and accounted for a lot of the volume these days in contrast recyclers have to deal with more plastic bottles and commerce packaging as well. As a new generation of complex materials that are more difficult to press middle cans made with blends of metals that would have to be extracted from one another and cans and paper products that are coated in plastic about the base, and the coating are technically recyclable, but separating them is tricky and tricky means expensive, also, although what we're discarding has changed rapidly. It's not so easy for recycling. Plants to adjust these are costly facilities that were built to handle the old mix of trash new equipment could. Cost millions while the typical person who puts bottles and cardboard packaging in the curbside bin for pickup may think of it as just another government service, recycling actually is an industry that has to generate income to be sustainable. Sure. They're technically selling your stuff, but they have to pay for drivers trucks insurance, the facility the equipment to sort it and shipping to the processor that will actually break it down and sell the material. And it's a volatile market recently. The industry was thrown into disarray by China's decision to stop importing twenty four categories of recycled materials, including plastic and paper from the US and other countries the ban is causing materials to pile up without buyers at sorting centres across the United States, forcing many communities to either bury them in landfills or burn them, even where China is still willing to accept recyclables. They insist on materials with extremely low contamination rates. That's a big problem for the US where many communities in an effort to encourage recycling. No longer require residents to separate and clean recyclable materials. As a result about twenty five percent of recyclables collected turn out to be contaminated and unusable stuff like food waste stuck in containers can be too difficult to clean, meaning that the recycling plant may wind up sorting these containers out and throwing them away. But there are potential solutions to the problems that are hindering recycling makers of packaging could help for example, by thinking more about the reality that the stuff has to go somewhere at the end of its brief useful life and designing it to be more easily broken down and recycled and US manufacturers of products could strive harder to find new and innovative uses for cycled materials that can be reused multiple times. A what the US Environmental Protection Agency calls stain -able materials management that would improve the market for recyclables. Additionally, nearly fifty years after the recycling movement began there are still places across the US most notably Indianapolis that still haven't even started curbside recycling programs that suggests there's still potential for growth. This episode was written by Patrick j tiger and produced by Tyler clang for I heart media, and how stuff works for more than this and lots of other topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. It's the Ron burgundy podcast. It's the Ron burgundy podcast. Guess what? I got up gas. And you don't guess what? I got up podcast, and you don't Ron burgundy. Podcast. This is Ron burgundy reminding you to tune into my new podcast brought to you by Sharman toilet paper, the best in the biz. It's made by some good guys for some good drips to Duesseldorf. If you know what I mean, go to the store and pick up a role, you can't mess. This one up.
"two kilograms" Discussed on #WhoWouldWin
"Locate any terrain as well as the ability to duplicate any opponent. And again, that's decades of experience of training in the dangerous. And when I say day decades, it's actually acknowledged in marvel comics that the beast has had his aging process slowed down. So he might be somewhere in his forties. Chronologically? But he's he's like fighting as if he's like late twenties early thirties or what I'm not even sure, but it's something like he's the decades apart of how will he really is. But how old is body is now top of that beast has decades of fighting spite of experienced by against some of Marvel's most powerful characters such as magneto, apocalypse, the brotherhood of evil mutants and sentinels were giant robots signed either capture or takeout mutants. Again, that's decades of experience fighting against beings way, more powerful way more skilled than himself. So with decades of experience training and fighting super powerful opponents what has done with that. While he developed his own unique fighting style. So firstly we miss his before he's learn how to use his feet just as well as he can use his hands in a fight. His actual feet have superhuman dexterity, and he can use them to grab people to subdue them with his feet to throw them as well as hit them in unexpected ways. Even if B's has to hang onto something with his hands his feet can take over the fight forum. Just as factory now's agility and super speed Nabil's him to maneuver around people in unexpected ways he can jump up and over. Opponents or literally jumped out of the way by dozens of feet at a time. This improves his fighting ranges bees can jump in arrange hit someone and then get the hell out of there by jumping out of range get to a safe distance. And he does both at superhuman speeds, by the way bees can also use his retractable claws on his hands and feet as well as their sharp enough to easily Ren strong metals or tear through flesh, if they'd be, but it's his scientific mind that them to truly learn how to hit harder and see there's a reason why boxing is called the sweet science. So Jay, how familiar are you with boxing? I would say I'm very familiar. Okay. So when you think about the cool parts of boxing, you know, what I love about it. And I think you might appreciate this too. Is the science behind it? You know, it's wise. There's a few different reasons why it's called the sweet science and a really good punch has what what are the comp? What are the components of a really good punch? Boxing, speed power technique placements there. There's many structure right structure all that leaving meditation. Breathe it there's no meditation is tipping. Formula that kind of tends to the mass of someone's hand and forearm multiplied by the acceleration. The punch being thrown equaling the force. The punches Atlanta simplify this the faster a well-structured punch. And I mean, the hand has been well-structured in durable and dense the fascists thrown and can accelerate the more force. It's going to have. So what beasts did? And this is really really cool was figure out how to create a kinetic force. Upgrade of power by learning. How to accelerate his mass through a strike? Okay. Now, his mass. I did the math in Jan? No. You love to do mass minute break this down for. Okay. So his mass is what one hundred eighty two kilograms. Right. That's four hundred pounds. If he goes at super speed as a super Jilani any super durable and throws a punch. What happens? It's crazy. So he addle that together beasts can hit with a force of twenty nine thousand in ninety seven point four jewels of kinetic energy, mass calculated as one hundred two kilograms movie at forty miles per hour, which is. Top speed now, let's shredder weighs two hundred pounds. I'm going to give or take because I don't know if he's to twenty one eighty whether let's just say two hundred pounds, and it can move at twenty miles per hour, which is really really fast for human. As.
Does Apple Cider Vinegar Really Help With Weight Loss?
"I'm Katie golden. I studied psychology and Evelyn Schnur biology at Harvard, and I pretend to be a bird on Twitter and my new podcast creature feature. We've you nature in man from a new perspective each episode asking a comedian to get inside the minds of animals, so we can explore the startling connections to human psychology, you'll find blood bands and treachery that make game of thrones seemed like a dumb show for babies. Join us every Wednesday and subscribe on apple podcasts or on the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff, Lauren Vogel bomb. Here apple cider vinegar has been making these social media rounds as the weight loss, cure jor. Maybe you've seen videos of Dr Oz touting the health benefits of apple cider vinegar, or of YouTubers claiming to have shed ten pounds of belly fat just seven days by drinking apple cider vinegar cocktails before meals, even if we know the health claim sound too good to be true for anyone who struggles with their health and body image as it relates to their body weight. It can be tempting to try any weight loss regimen that so cheap all natural in seemingly effortless. So what's the deal? Can apple cider vinegar really help? You lose weight. I ate quick explainer apple cider vinegar versus other types of vinegar, the active ingredient in all vinegar is a scenic acid most of the vendors. We commonly eat or cook with a white vinegar red wine vinegar balsamic and apple cider contain between five and six percent. Acidic acid, though, mild rice vinegar can be as low as two to four percent when people. Talk about the health benefits of apple cider vinegar. They're really talking about the health benefits of having more acidic acid in your diet, you could consume any vinegar to get the same effect, but the relatively mild and sweet flavor of apple cider vinegar is more palatable barely when mixed into a beverage, which has boosted its popularity. Plus there are several brands of raw organic, unfiltered and unpasteurized apple cider vinegar that achieved cult following for their purported health benefits. But what does the research say we spoke with Deborah Murphy, a registered dietitian in Chicago who says the current scientific research on the weight loss benefits of apple cider vinegar is limited. Although there have been a handful of small studies that make a case for this health remedy several animal studies showed that doses of Sita acid seemed to suppress the accumulation of body fat in mice that we're fed high fat diets the biggest study today from two thousand fourteen followed the progress of a hundred and seventy five OB's adults in Japan, some of whom. Were given a beverage containing one or two tablespoons that's fifteen or thirty milliliters of apple cider vinegar everyday with their meals and some who were not after twelve weeks. The folks who drank a little vinegar everyday lost two to four pounds. That's one to two kilograms compared to know statistical improvements in the group who did not drink vinegar low and slow decreases in weight are definitely these safest and healthiest way to lose weight. But only losing two four pounds over three months. That's third of a pound a week hardly qualifies as a secret weight loss cure as some claim apple cider vinegar to be other much smaller. Studies have linked apple cider vinegar to slowing down gastric emptying a which is the time. It takes for food to move from the stomach to these small intestine in an experiment involving just ten people type one diabetes. The folks who drank a little apple cider vinegar each day kept food in their stomach longer and their stomach size. Also swelled more after eating a meal both of these findings support the idea that apple cider vinegar could help you feel fuller. And stay fuller longer. Although these scientific proof there is still modest. A Murphy said, unfortunately, there is still no single food that holds the secret to weight loss, despite what many on the internet may say about apple cider vinegar, the only way to achieve and sustain weight loss is these same thing you've likely heard one hundred times before eat healthy and move your body. Even if apple cider vinegar, isn't the cure all it sometimes cracked up to be it can still be part of a healthy diet and lifestyle. There's even promising research underway about apple cider vinegar and insulin response a small study did show that vinegar can significantly improve insulin sensitivity in diabetic and pre diabetic patients after a high carb meal. We also spoke with Cynthia sass, performance nutritionist based in New York and Los Angeles who warns against drinking apple cider vinegar straight because the acidic acid can wear away to the normal and even burn the Asaf Agha's if you want to give cider vinegar beverages at Tri SAS recommends swirling two teaspoons that's about nine milliliters of apple cider vinegar. Plus a teaspoon about four point five milliliters of Honey and a Cup of warm water once a day, but she says don't go overboard on the quantity or frequency. There's also no reason that apple cider vinegar has to be imbibed in order to access any potential health benefits. Murphy suggests working at into your existing recipes making vinaigrette for your salads, attaining coleslaw, a marinade for chicken or fish or adding some two salted greens to give them a punch. Today's episode was written by Dave rou and produced by Tyler clay for more on this and lots of other healthy, topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. Two thousand four in a tiny town. A young woman named Rebecca Gould was brutally murdered nearly fifteen years later her killer still on the loose. Work
"two kilograms" Discussed on Athletico Mince
"And four eight murders in have a one pixie moist is striving detective she's coney troy get did forty is being tico pros in a storage unit for our decade so we should've very west pixie firm warstyle good luke pixie thanks for joining me you will again so as you pick you pick yeah oh royal non pans okay thank you did you want to mention some about quality straight did have you seen this thing about it extract in john lewis's that gonna do thing for prechristmas where you can do pick a mix you get a ten and it's a one point two kilograms tin and all the different varieties of chocolate for call street then you can just put in whatever you want so if you don't like strawberry creams daiva them completely if you like the penny toffee were ever just get allured of them you've gotta get a minimum of four of the twelve rice conscious of three don't like and then if you're strobe reclaims strove reclaims it sounds good twelve quit for a one point two kilogram tin which would normally be well seven hundred fifty gram tobe is normally for quit and is bigger than that it's not quite twice as big as up three times the price so it should be quit and his twelve quibbles a premium for you getting chose the chocolates you want but can i just say one thing is when i when i have a collie straight turn there is quite law draws left the navigates eaten so there's a waste they're in a race upn premium forgetting to choose books for no twelve quit do it under you do it i would do it because could give that as a gift because that feels i you know you've made you second secondguessed somewhat what they'd like well we all know why allies still this the perp it's the one doc green chhaya angle all i can say is call it straight smiling assassins yulia oppy but i'm not at burs it's john lewis's initia twirling quit by three seven hundred and fifty gram tubes which as two point two five what's his maths lesson it's consumer advice book all right so you're vices don't buy a ten equality street where you'll actually eat them all and enjoy them because they're ones that you won't you know when you pick that footage one or is there a coffee one as well you just eating it for the fucking sake well maybe a quality street exchange on this podcast appear can send in the ones that don't want them will much mope with paypal you take shop take it down the village hall those yeah okay i'll tell you what you've had to say about the thing though some kids that came out with the show invite them in invite them to come the podcast yeah send invite brain of the world the couldn't oh that mancha's united won the goround that's not going to be fun for them yeah domon welcome i consider that an invitation ago i'm a bit wary because because they rose and not doing a gangs of the ap l so i'm going back to going back to just after the columbia much under you know when we didn't know what was going to happen yeah and i mean notice respect with this you know i'm sure so it's well cope gangs of the ep l.
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"Fabu moon and gabriel bar at twin brothers who work in an identical artistic field the world of comic books based in brazil they've now found fame all over the world they produce their work in a shared studio with the desks opposite each other painstakingly creating whole world's in a series of drawings join me camilla costa for in the studio after the news as i meet fabio and gabriel in wash them at work bbc news with david austin china says it's shocked by us plans for further tariffs on chinese goods worth two hundred billion dollars beijing caused the measures completely unacceptable and warns they'll hurt america's own interests as well as those of china and the rest of the world president trump has joining other nato leaders at a summit in belgium after renewing his criticism of america's european allies he's accused eu nations of failing to spend enough on their defense and leaving it to the us thai health officials say the twelve young footballers who were rescued from a flooded cave system role in good health despite losing around two kilograms each in wait the officials said the boys showed no signs of stress of their twoweek ordeal rupert murdoch's twenty first century fox has increased its bid for sky tv at fights for control of the company fox's new offer values the british paytv business at thirty two billion dollars and pizza bid from.
Michael Sheen, Britain and Nhs discussed on BBC World Service
"After the news on the bbc world service join me michael sheen for the story of nye bevan the man who built britain's worldfamous national health service seventy years ago this month it had me for him i suppose be probably wouldn't have had the chance to toll he did the service he was very brave to stand up and say it was needed that's nine bevan the man who made the nhs on the bbc world service straight after the news bbc news with nick kelly thai health officials say none of the young footballers who were rescued from a flooded cave system is showing signs of stress and a press conference the officials at the twelve boys and that coach pitch being in good health but on average had lost about two kilograms in weight the us government says it won't meet a deadline it was given by courts to reunite immigrant families with children under five who was separated on arrival in the united states more than one hundred immigrant children are being detained away from their parents as a result of the separation policy officials say thirty four children will rejoin their families but others cannot for logistical reasons president trump has become a week long trip to europe by intensifying his criticism of america's european allies you send out a series of treats tweets as he crossed the atlantic complaining that eu nations we're not spending enough on their own defense the widow of the nobel peace prize winner yoshiko bowel has arrived in berlin after being allowed to leave china following eight years in unofficial detention you're shocked continue to be held even after her husband died of liver cancer last year while in prison the us government has stepped up its trade war with china giving details of two hundred billion dollars worth of additional chinese products it plans to place tariffs on it comes just days after the two countries impose tit for tat tires toting thirty four billion dollars britain's data protection watchdog says it intends to levy a record fine on facebook of more than six hundred and fifty thousand dollars for breaching uk data laws the fine is linked to the harvesting of data from millions of.
"two kilograms" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Piece to it meantime stocks in baseball hanley ramirez an arrest and two kilograms affecting all han ram and arrest in two keys a all a that's either the worst game a mad libs ever or it's the best story ever fortunately for all of us it is the latter but to fully appreciate it we have to go back days now on friday there was a report that the former red sox player and current free agent was quote being i'd in connection with an ongoing federal and state investigation end quote and that ended up itself pretty interesting even more interesting was when it emerged that the investigation was into the distribution of fenton all a former mvp candidate allegedly involved in the distribution of opioids now you've got my attention this has all the makings of a very weird story in weird is good weird is great and it was about to get even more weird because the boston globe reported yesterday quote that a friend of former red sox first baseman hanley ramirez dropped his name in an effort to avoid arrest while transporting fenton all from new york to massachusetts in april then immediately admitted that the player had no connection to the drugs according to documents filed in us district court in boston and quote i'm sorry what a friend of hanley ramirez gets popped while transporting drugs and then immediately drops han rams name if that's the case i think we can start rephrase using that to a former friend former red sox first baseman hanley ramirez because if you're my friend and you drop my name when you get busted for fenton all you and i are no longer friends we're not even acquaintances or associates in fact you're dead to me but the alleged friend went one step further after he was stopped by police in western massachusetts quote the man told the trooper that he was traveling to boston to see a friend who is a professional baseball player the affidavit says the document does not identify the player by name but multiple people including the man's attorney said he was referring to ramirez end quote the way this goes down the police searches vehicle they find a brown cardboard box which the alleged friends said belong to ramirez and that it contained books there were being sent by ramirez's mother all right little weird kind of shaky but wait it gets even worse quote in an attempt to backup is his story the man called ramirez via facetime on his cell phone and then handed it to the trooper the trooper asked ramirez if he was aware that his friend was in route to visit him and was delivering a box from his mother ramirez said he was quote not aware according to the affidavit the troop were asked if you could open up the box ramirez agreed the box contained a gift bag with two kilograms of inside the affidavit says so not only does this cat drop maris's name but he gets him on facetime he hands the phone to the cops what the hell and then the box doesn't have books but instead it has to kilos of fenton hall so dude is arrested and according to the affidavit quote immediately began stating that his friend ramirez was not involved at all and that the box was not for him and quote his attorney said that his client only dropped ramirez name because quote he's hoping he's not going to be arrested he's trying to avoid them from searching the vehicle and the box and quote that's my favorite part of all he only dropped his name because he was hoping that he would be or he'd avoid being arrested once he dropped the name i mean like did you really think that mentioning hanley ramirez name was going to get you off from driving around with a couple of keys of dance fever in your trunk did you really think the cop was going to be like oh oh wait a minute you know a thirty four year old baseball player who to forty two last year and is on the verge of being released this year.
"two kilograms" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Mikey taylor cram mikey where are you the smack off is july twentieth still no sign of mike still nothing from mike since the last smack off dlc remains m i a rooster i'm seeing more of rooster jones and i am mike in indy whoever the hell rooster jones's ruth glide brought that up something else today a significant rule change four smack off twenty four a significant rule change the rules have not changed ever they're not that many rules there is a significant rule change that i'm going to announce later in the program that you wanna make sure you're listening for andy could it could impact some of you who were in the event a significant rule changes upcoming keep it in mind once again hammer the phones one eight zero zero six three six eight six eight six mark in hollywood rsvp last week i'm looking for your rsvp's to in the meantime stocks in baseball hanley ramirez an arrest and two kilograms affecting all han ram in arrest in two keys affecting all that's either the worst game mad libs ever or it's the best story ever fortunately for all of us it is the latter but to fully appreciate it we have to go back a few days now on friday there was a report that the former red sox player and current free agent was quote being i'd in connection with an ongoing federal and state investigation end quote and that in and of itself is pretty interesting even more interesting was when it emerged that the investigation was into the distribution of fat knol a former mvp candidate allegedly involved in the distribution of opioids now you've got my attention this has all the makings of a very weird story in weird is good weird is great and it was about to get even more weird because the boston globe reported yesterday quote that a friend of former red sox first baseman hanley ramirez dropped his name internet effort to avoid arrest will transporting fenton all from new york to massachusetts in april then immediately admitted that the player had no connection to the drugs according to documents filed in us district court in boston end quote i'm sorry what a friend of hanley ramirez gets popped while transporting drugs and they immediately drops han rams name if that's the case i think we can start rephrase using that to a former friend former red sox first baseman hanley ramirez because if you're my friend and you drop my name when you get busted for fenton all you and i are no longer friends we're not even acquaintances or associates in fact you're dead to me but the alleged friend went once that further after he was stopped by police in western massachusetts quote the man told the trooper that he was traveling to boston to see a friend who is a professional baseball player the affidavit says the document does not identify the player by name but multiple people including the man's attorney said he was referring to ramirez and quote the way this goes down the police searches vehicle they find a brown cardboard box which the alleged friends said belong to ramirez and that it contained books there were being sent by ramirez mother all right little weird kind of shaky but wait it gets even worse quote in an attempt to back up his story the man called ramirez v facetime on his cell phone and then handed it to the trooper the trooper asked ramirez if he was aware that his friend was in route to visit him and was delivering a box from his mother ramirez said he was quote not aware according to the affidavit the trooper asked if he could open up the box ramirez agreed the box contained a gift bag with two kilograms of fennel inside the affidavit says so not only does this cat drop ramirez his name but he gets him on facetime he hands the phone to the cops what the hell and then the box doesn't have books but instead it has.
"two kilograms" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Computer chips but we actually think that sets one of the reasons why near ins are so energyefficient two hundred thousand times more energy efficient than a transistor which means that you know ten generations of a family can work off the same laptop without recharging it that's what it means to be two hundred thousand times sufficient as my current laptop here on the desk and we portable and more portable just one point two kilograms that's cortex human brains of very efficient is this something computer scientists could learn from studying how they work professor steve ferber thinks so those are the original ones that that was the first arm processor he's the guy who designed what was once the most efficient form of computer chip on the planet there's over one hundred billion of them kicking around at the moment and if you've got a phone you've probably got one in the back of it in manchester he shows me a room where he stuck half a million of these chips into one computer crucially that connected in the same way as the neurons in brain this computer called spinnaker has the same computing power as a mouse brain all right with the service which teams nazis through which people can submit jobs then we have five racks complicated wiring that incorporate halfmillion processes and and that's where the jobs are run the remaining three racks are extensions are original to put a million processes into machine and we're still planning to get there over the next few months i looked at it sort of comparable in size with baby so you know the the the functions moved on the low in seventy years but size wise it still not a brain correct baby was one computer this is half a million computers each one of which is approaching a million times faster than baby so thirty big numbers if you want to understanding just i wish confusing powder is here and this is during the same amounts of computing power is a mouse brain roughly values much less efficiently than the mouse i assume we have a new respect for the.
"two kilograms" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Britain's prince william came to visit the talk about two things thakur the other thing is africa elephant in the first three years since i was born we have lost around seventy percents of africa's elephant population of those that are left twenty thousand are being killed every year that is fifty four elephants killed every single day visit called quite allowed our tensions in the country and also helps to raise awareness about the need to protect the elephant posts in china i know sony africa prince william speech was seen by millions in china conservationists light shell fe now have the ear of the government and the people he says up meetings with senior officials in ivory carvers to discuss a ban then a few months later one friday morning something extraordinary happened the authorities sports six hundred sixty two kilograms have confiscated ivory into a square in beijing puts on a conveyor belt and crushed it every last bit thousands of people were watching so in that moment i realized that this is the moment of truth is the tasks and ivory carvings returned to dust he knew they'd won china's lead is no longer thought its ivory tradition was worth of damage it was now just a matter of time.
"two kilograms" Discussed on WCHS
"It was actually motivated by an interested in understanding the origin and evolution of life uh joshua lederberg the nobel prizewinner was one of the time leaves for people at the forefront leading this charge if you will cull sagan actually as opposed doctoral student was involved in these discussions um to they were interested in understanding rick line and the potential for life elsewhere and of course the possibility of health where it's one of the really big teachers i was playing fiction so i'm sure there was crossover but fundamentally the concern was that if we bring earthlife he won't be able to tell the native life and distinguish it from the earth life and of course things questions like does it have dna it has dna that makes it more difficult if an obvious independent origin throw it to be easy it how has dna and it looks kind of like us that makes it more difficult it also makes it more positively has interests because there could be crossover we know that microbes unearth pick up dna from the environment so i know that the for example of there there's this has been in science fiction speculation a good deal we know for a fact that there was a massive collusion on mars way back in time and that the it hit so hard that it they've cracked bars is crossed and that large portions of the march and the planet were not only shot at the space but actually achieved escape velocity and there are many places on this planet were were meteorites from mars have been vowed at arctic good particular were of course there's just a great sheets of ice of these things consequently uh a at can easily be found and so there is speculation obviously nothing more that we may all be the descendants of nothing more than life that happen existed on mars absolutely so there's about one hundred kilograms or several hundred in hundreds of kilograms of mars rock that tell us every year there's actually about one percent that him out two kilograms of earth rock that seoul on mars every year because it's possible to go out as well as come in it.
"two kilograms" Discussed on Tech News Today
"Awesome footage of it no to put outta on on youtube so there was a lot of traffic uh but they they will probably they'd that i've read that they probably will use drones in the future to um survey and assessed the damage via this was honestly this is technology being used for good like you said not so awesome thing odds of fixed wing drone fleet uh it can halt two kilograms with route four and a half pounds of cargo across one hundred sixty kilometers which is around one hundred miles round trip so fifty miles each way a decisive delivery costs are on par with other transport costs and i mean especially in this region road deliveries for things um that are very important often arrive too late in the case of an emergency and so this is a way to kinda bypass that and they say this is a solution to a problem that has existed for a very long time so they can't wait to kinda put it into place tested out and see how a dozen potentially expand that other areas blood emergency vaccines hiv malaria medication sutures ivy tubes emergency supplies all sorts of stuff you know i mean up to four and a half pounds it's you can pack a lot of small cargo in there for that yeah we've also talked about drowns being used for organ delivery all kinds of things and it's not just to get your domino's pizza to you know thankfully it's not just domino's pizza there's other pizza that i'm sure will come via delivery uh on drones some day in the future we have that look forward to lift announced that it now offers its full service coverage in forty states in the us and can reach all parts of thirty two state everywhere in those states even a hard to reach rural areas lift his broadening its service to reach underserved regions in the hopes that it can continue to make gains on rivals like blueberries its biggest rival who offer to primarily urban areas although hooper has expanded into some of these other other places they tout near statewide coverage and thirteen states.
"two kilograms" Discussed on KELO
"The trinity test the first nuclear deal by some the infamous statement that the scientists were concerned that they might ignite right the atmosphere early earth in with this above ground test at trinity now of course that didn't happen but we look at the density of our atmosphere at sea level is one point two kilograms per cubic meter now saturn it's only zero point six nine grams per cubic meter so considerably thinner so the ability to ignite even ah a thin atmosphere hydrogen you know you really have to have a specific device for that however the functioning of a thermo nuclear bomb is an hydrogen bombs so you know there might be an opportunity this is conjecture on our part sure but certainly the fuel is there if you have the proper trigger and yes if you had a missile bomb that produced a fusion explosion within an atmosphere of hydrogen it could ignite it well i'm glad you brought up put oppenheimer in the scientists there trinity were were discussing because one of the things i don't think it's talked about a novel is that when a manhattan project was underway in when they finally lead moved all materials to trinity and they went to set off the atomic bomb the biggest worry as you said they had was the rig ninety atmosphere but it was another worry to the atmosphere would be ignited a whirlwind of firewood consume the entire planet it would reach into the cosmos that's how that's that was one of the possibilities of evening ninety our atmosphere and destroying this planet and so if they had the fear of that happening back in the 1940s and they did it anyway i mean like you say i mean what would be what would be the difference if something as powerful as the the the the plutonium in and the material on cassini would somehow make the hydrogen on cassini in and maybe give it a little bit of at least an electrical storm to be very interesting to watch from a telescope yeah wouldbe and and this is a fascinating discussion because again it goes to what's the purpose let let's say they have the technical capability of doing us what's the purpose and the let's go into the.
"two kilograms" Discussed on KTRH
"The trinity test the first nuclear deal by the new infamous statement that the scientists were concerned that they might ignite the atmosphere or the earth in with this above ground test at trinity now of course that didn't happen but we look at the density of our atmosphere at sea level is one point two kilograms per cubic meter now saturn it's only zero point six knock i am grams per cubic meter so considerably thinner so the ability to ignite even a a thin atmosphere hydrogen you know you really have to have a specific device were that however they funk sheen of a thermo nuclear bomb is an hydrogen bombs so you know there might be an opportunity this is conjecture on our part sure but certainly the fuel is there if you have the proper trigger and yes if you had a fissile bomb that produced a fusion explosion within an atmosphere hydrogen it could ignite it well i'm glad you brought up put oppenheimer in the scientists there trinity were were discussing because one of the things i don't think it's talked about a novel is that when a manhattan project was underway in when they finally lead moved all materials to trinity and they went to set off the atomic bomb the biggest worry as you said they had was the rig night the atmosphere but it was another worry to the atmosphere would be ignited a whirlwind of firewood consume the entire planet it would reach into the cosmos that's how that's that was one of the possibilities of you in ninety our atmosphere destroying this planet and so if they had the fear of that happening back in the 1940s and they did it anyway i mean like you say i mean what would be what would be the difference if something as powerful as the the the the plutonium in and the material on cassini would somehow ignite hydrogen on qassimi in and maybe give it a little bit of at least an electrical storm they'll be very interesting to watch from a telescope yeah wouldbe and and this is a fascinating discussion because again it goes to watch the purpose let let's say they have the technical capability of doing this what's the.
"two kilograms" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"Possibility but you to what we're looking at here's were looking at a lot of power in the hands of a few people we aid and not only that also works well to talking about nuclear war and we're talking about the power of the sun the power of stars and we're also talking about you know the power of the radiated power that we see in fukushima and other places where we are we're looking at a planet earth to be exact it's actually you know what we're seeing these splitsecond you know powered trips with the scientists at cern we're seeing a constant bombardment of radiated power from fukushima i mean how hard is it on our planet i mean we we speculate about what could go on with the gashes planets like jupiter and saturn but what is it doing to our planet here on earth yeah you've on you and i have had many discussions about the turf warming of the planet and you know the question that come to my mind with 'fukushimas why have they not mitigated why are they not stopped the pollution of the planet and essentially they've lost one perhaps to coerce that are sinking into the man told the planet in an uncontrolled fashion along with the pollution of the pacific ocean so you have to ask the question why not mitigate that why allow of the planet to continue to be irradiated from that single source and you know it really is leading towards murderers warisan concern i mean this was mass murder but look what step back for a moment to the time of oppenheimer and the trinity test the first nuclear deal by infamous statement that the scientists were concerned that they might ignite right the atmosphere early earth in with this above ground test at trinity now of course that didn't happen but we look at the density of our atmosphere at sea level is one point two kilograms per cubic meter now saturn it's only zero point six nine grams per cubic meter so considerably thinner so the ability to ignite even ah a thin atmosphere hydrogen you know you really have to have a specific device for that however they funk sheen of a thermo nuclearbomb is an hydrogen bomb so you know there might be an opportunity this is conjecture on our part sure but certainly the.
"two kilograms" Discussed on One A Game
"In other words let's take something from the bodies of elite athletes and give it to regular people but how do you do that but syria can be very metabolic reactive and very dense news about two kilograms of them in your new gut you've probably heard about the microbiome it's kind of in these days george says the research got going in the mid2000s and the physios affords us humza keep increasing increasing this is the basic idea your body carries around about five pounds of bacteria in other microbes most of them live in your gut and they aren't just hanging out they do lots of useful staff like help digest food fight off disease and regulate mood scientists have found that introducing certain bacteria can have big affects for instance one study took her normalsized mouse living in a our germfree environment and gave it a microbiome from an obese human and sure enough the homes obese so jonathan and george started thinking maybe we can identify bacteria found in elite athletes and give them to regular people as a nutritional supplement the first step was finding out which bacteria are especially common an elite athletes how do you do that soldiers show assertive freezer right here and back in the lab jonathan pulls up in a large metal door a cloud of cold air bellows out all these boxes represent sort of fickle samples collected from athletes yet beagle samples as in poop collected from marathoners roure's and other athletes by extracting dna from these samples jonathan can determine which bacteria live in the athletes bodies.
"two kilograms" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks
"The oceans and then boyle odr deserve likely but we have considered the very simple case just for a ballpark estimates so let's start wished yesterday rights when i say s the right it's not only esta roads have considered oh kinds of objects into solar system including dwarf planets like bhutto however luckily pluto is very far away and it's orbit it doesn't seem to be crossing earth's orbit at any point in the near future whereby near future i'm referring to then beat in years or so after that the sun will be long gone in the case of esta rights the asteroid would needs to have a mass of about dan dental the twenty two kilograms that sounds pretty bag that's pretty big we are talking about maybe one hundred thousand or a million times larger than the road that killed the dinosaurs so how did a supernova could q old i feel nerve so supernova they are essentially the death of a star so some stars when they die the collapse and they explode and there is a lot of energy release the process right if these energies completely transferred two worth which is very unlikely in the first place then this supernova woods needs to be about zero point zero four farcical we the closest starts was of course the sun then the second closest starts worth that's a proximus and thory which is about four or light years away and we are talking about zero point zero one or zero point zero 2lite ears there is no star.
"two kilograms" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"We're we're learning more of this morning about a i think a very significant story thirty people busted in a fencing all trafficking ring largely controlled out of lawrence massachusetts but how many times on this show of you heard from the dea in manchester chief nick word and even governor chris the new even though he offended some people in larence massachusetts because he pointed to the fact that a lot of these drugs that are killing new hampshire residents like fencing all said that a go premature coming right from large you want some proof how about about the you know i'm just dave i heard this story and then and then and then i'm watching the coverage of it and i have to hear out of one boston media outlet that most all of the suspects all my goodness it can we say today illegal immigrants or is that politically offensive is that politically offensive thirty people a yearlong investigation dubbed operation bad company heroin fat tunnel cocaine the stuff that killing people two hundred law enforcement officials including ice daca and some of these arrest in new hampshire direct pipeline proof here's your pro folks to those are winding politicians in massachusetts here's your proof about a direct pipeline from lawrence to manchester the raid the seizure of guns more than two kilograms offensive all enough for nearly eight thousand users dozens of people several former hampshire arrested this morning we're learning one of the largest fencing all trafficking organised organizations ever seen in massachusetts but folks that's right over the border and i'm oxy and a lot of news coverage on it this morning may because we go immigrants where busted i'm getting sick and tired of this false argument i really am no the boston doctors who were butchered in there nice seemingly save condominium in south boston a few weeks ago you remember them folks members david losses how quickly this stuff falls out of the news now that that that that that recent person who emigrated to our country had a green card.
"two kilograms" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"On the clock lost in the morning to tell you about now wbz news time is twelve forty one federal agents along with state and local police conducted a series of predawn raids arresting twenty seven people on drug and weapons charges wbz mike macklin was at the us attorney news conference had just wrapped up at the federal courthouse and mike we have to ask you what is the latest on this we got word of this earlier today well mary those coming this morning is more than two hundred agents and police officers head out across lawrence more arrests are expected as the day wears on some of the folks they were looking for they just didn't find it's the culmination of a yearlong investigation dubbed operation bad company aimed at attacking the fed lohan heroin problem that led to thousands of overdose deaths and created a huge crime problem that's destroying communities like lawrence the alleged leader of the drug ring twenty six year old one patrolled lawrence a resident of the city who's a dual citizen of the dominican republic in italy and enables with several aliases though the investigators say was a sophisticated network of drug houses and couriers who sold for drug forty times will potent an era when a dea agent at this holding news conferences just two milligrams in it's like the deadly in two thousand sixteen with more than two thousand overdose deaths in massachusetts and sixty nine percent of a would do to fellow taking a lot of money when it comes to this case as well oh that's right now they confiscated over two kilograms of federal law with.