Another worthwhile read. That fish you buy–from the sushi restaurant or even the grocery store–may be mislabeled.
Something I learned about the species escolar, which is often billed as “white tuna”:
To be frankly and bluntly specific – and I’m sorry for this – consumption of escolar causes explosive, oily, orange diarrhea.
Here’s the full report (about the mislabeling, not the escolar).
Steven Brill takes time to follow the money. A long article worth every word. Take time to read this and spread the word.
As John Stewart said during his interview with Mr. Brill, reading it is like Chuck Yeager breaking the sound barrier–the further you go the more violently you start to shake. Some, most of the facts he lays out are infuriating.
Can’t tell what’s more impressive, four volcanoes at once, of the 360 video from a helicopter. I wouldn’t want to be in a helicopter over a river of lava.
Sure they took the Borg cube down, but they’re still living in cages.
Here’s a choice line from the article:
Some 100,000 people in the former British colony live in what’s known as inadequate housing…