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Big Gov't or Big Pharma...

The FDA regulatory environment essentially creates monopolies… and the patent lifetime laws on new pharmaceuticals gives companies only a tiny amount of time to recoup the losses of developing a new drug and then make enough profit to remain in business… add the two together and you get the expensive epipen and massive cost for the medicines we take. 65 woorden meer

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Eden Mods Rose3 RTA Review and Rundown

This is a (p)review of the Rose3 RTA by Eden Mods. As with version 1 and 2 this is just the same in materials. The design of this vs the older ones is just amazing …

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orange – Episode 9

Alas, poor production schedule! We knew it well.

There’s a version of this episode, somewhere, that’s a perfectly fine bridge episode, unexceptional but competent, hinting at future conflicts, furthering a few character arcs, tossing in some adorable friendship shenanigans and cuteness, and setting us up for the big relay race (how have we  56 woorden meer

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Review: Runemaster - Wisdom & Darkness

For those who remember, I was absolutely enthralled by the last Runemaster release, ‘Futhark Dawning’, for its righteous trad metal thunder and epic riffery. Well, Runemaster have dropped another three track beast, and this and ‘Futhark Dawning’ is now available together on CD through Greek label Alone Records. 184 woorden meer

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A Chat with Dr. Nick Morgan and a Lagavulin 8yr Review

This year mark’s Lagavulin’s 200th anniversary.  Recently at Tales of the Cocktail, I had a chance to chat with Dr. Nick Morgan, Diageo’s Head of Whisky Outreach, about the three special anniversary bottlings expected this year. 524 woorden meer

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Equity Review: This Time, Anna Gunn is the One Who Knocks

Anna Gunn, who played Skyler White for five season on Breaking Bad, gets her first big lead role in Equity, an engrossing new financial-set drama. 406 woorden meer

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SAUSAGE PARTY

— by Jeff Schultz

Jackhammer-relentless crude language that quickly gets old, layered over with the kind of sexual innuendo only Beavis and Butthead would laugh at, and tied to an unsubtle allegory on atheism — can you blame me for not staying to the end?

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