A bill introduced in Congress February 3 is designed "To terminate the Environmental Protection Agency."
This is not hyperbole. This is not a drill. This bill, along with the nomination of Scott Pruitt and leaked Trump administration plans, make it clear that they intend to follow through on campaign promises to eliminate the agency. Polluters would be unchecked, and even programs that are popular in red states, like Superfund cleanups, would go away. The good news is, we're fighting back. People have already hit the streets against this radical agenda.
Unfortunately, my wife hates football. I’ve been trying to badger her into going to the game with me since A) it’s my birthday (and I got her GNR tickets to Cincinnati for her birthday last year) and B) we always have fun on road trips. She keeps turning me down, whining that football sucks. I told her all she had to do was sit in her seat and drink booze while she played on her phone for three hours, if she so desired. Still no luck. As fate would have it, she recently found out that Nelly (yes, that Nelly) is coming to town this fall. My wife asked if I would go with her and, even though I hate Nelly, I said I would, if she would go to the Cardinals game with me. Her response was, “That’s a lot of ask of me.”
What I can’t understand is the journos asking various people about using Peptides etc. They are already using Peptids aren’t they? Peptides are legal. Only a certain few are against the code. It annoys me that Journos are just blanketing the “peptide” word everywhere and perpetuating a snowball of mis-understanding about the chemistry and what is legal now and what isn’t. When they shove a microphone in someones face, it would be nice to have someone with a bit of knowledge asking the questions as well.