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19 minutes ago, JCB said:

I hope Amy McGrath hammers that stuff forever in her race against Turtle.

 

Hard to hammer a politician for bringing a manufacturing plant to his state.  I can see a lot of voters having no problem with that at all.  Especially in the state involved.  

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1 hour ago, Larry said:

 

Hard to hammer a politician for bringing a manufacturing plant to his state.  I can see a lot of voters having no problem with that at all.  Especially in the state involved.  

 

Good point, man. I tend to think you're right, alas.

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Russian officials blame cesium exposure on 'Fukushima crabs'

 

(CNN)Officials in Russia's northern city of Arkhangelsk have acknowledged that one of the doctors who helped treat victims of a recent mysterious explosion at a military test site was found to have a radioactive isotope in his body.

 

Despite the doctor's exposure to patients from an area where a short-term radiation spike was recorded, the local health ministry blamed the trace amounts of the isotope on bad seafood.


"Cesium-137... has the feature of accumulating in fish, mushrooms, lichens, algae," the statement posted on the local government's website reads. "With a certain degree of probability, we can assume that this element got into the human body through the products of food."

 

Riga-based investigative outlet Meduza reported Thursday that an employee at an Arkhangelsk hospital was told the exposure likely occurred during a holiday in Thailand. "You just ate Fukushima crabs there," the employee described officials as saying to the doctor, according to Meduza.

 

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