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  • Fast Food

    Why are so many Americans drawn to fast food? Do they realize what goes on behind the scenes? The fast food industry operates by assembly lines. This means cheap labor because the workers specialize in one skill and are classified as unskilled labor. So, our fast food is cheap and we eat it because it's cheap, it fills us up and we have more money in our pockets to spend on other things. But, is this the way it should be? Fast food is the food of choice for many people because engineers have

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  • Holding Fast

    BUS 223: Principles of Management HBR Business Case Assignment – Holding Fast by John T. Gourville Issued: September 10, 2012 Due: October 19, 2012 NLT 9:00pm in Blackboard Points: This assignment is worth 50 points towards course grade Format: Student papers will be submitted online in Blackboard as a Word document attachment. Your essay must be double-spaced and be at least 3-4 pages in length. Requirement: Students will read the case and provide (as a minimum) responses to the information

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  • Plant Defenses

    Plant Defenses Most, if not all, organisms have some type of defense mechanism that allows them to protect themselves. Plants in particular are sometimes vulnerable to outside factors, and for this very reason many plants have evolved to carry certain traits. These traits can allow them to protect the growth of the plant, as well as diminish action upon the plant, ie – via bacterial and/or viral activity. In a recent study, administered by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, or the USDA, an investigation

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  • Fast Food

    Fast Food Fast-Food and Obesity            Fast-food chains have been facing lawsuits in the last couple years like the one two New York teenagers filed against McDonald’s accusing it of failing to provide necessary  information about health risk associated with its meals. As many Americans consume Fast-food and spend more money in Fast-food restaurants and less in grocery stores, nutrition and health advocates have become concerned about American’s health and nutrition.  Knowing the number of

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  • Fast Is Not Free

    Fast is not free Fast speed in fashion is a defining characteristic of today’s textile and clothing industry. It’s about fast in production – tracking sales with electronic tills and just-in-time manufacturing which has now made it possible to turn a sample or design sketch into a finished product in as little as 12 days; and fast in consumption – a recent report revealed that people are buying one third more garments than four years ago fuelled by the rise and rise of ‘value’ retailers and supermarkets

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  • Fast

    processados, bem como a vasta disponibilidade destes no ambiente escolar e familiar (talvez até mesmo durante o período gestacional) tenha um impacto maior nas crianças. Entretanto, programas desse tipo trazem uma nova perspectiva no combate à cultura do fast food. Referência: Reverdy, C. Sensory Education: French Perspectives. In: Preedy VR et al., editor. Handbook of behavior, food and nutrition. New York: Springer, 2011. p. 143-157

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  • Fast Food

    Fast Food Approachability I have spent quarter of my life in a miserable condition. I really feel distressed when I remember my past days. When I was in a refugee camp, one of the organizations distributed rice as a main food. Being a refugee, I did not have proper clothes to wear, a house to live in, and food to eat. I did not have any other options than to eat rice. I ate rice for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Because of rice, I was able to survive. Therefore, the need of rice has become my

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  • Plant and Equipment

    Course Name: Principles of Accounting Course Code: F-103 |PLANT AND EQUIPMENT | University of Dhaka Plant and Equipment Submitted to: Ms. Nusrat Khan Lecturer Department of Finance University of Dhaka Submitted by: Group No. 09 Section “A” BBA 18th Batch Department of Finance University of Dhaka Date of

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  • Concepcion Plant

    THE PROPOSED 200-megawatt coal-fired power plant in Concepcion, Iloilo is on track in time for calls to put up additional electricity sources in the light of the acute power shortage in Mindanao. Iloilo Provincial Administrator Raul N. Banias said he met with top officials of Palm Concepcion Power Corp. (PCPC) in Metro Manila to discuss development status of the proposed coal-fired power plant project. A former mayor of Concepcion, Banias was instrumental in helping DM Consunji, Inc. (DMCI) Power

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  • Huntsville Plant

    | Huntsville Plant Project | Erika Moore Project Management 586 | Erika Moore 9/22/2013 | First, let’s start with a simple question. What is a critical path? According to Gido (2015), “In large network diagrams, there may be many paths of activities from the project start to the project completion. The Critical Path is the longest containing the most time consuming activities” (p. 157). Now that we have an understanding of what the Critical Path is, let’s move on to the next

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  • School Plant

    Incorporating School Safety Devices into School Plant Planning Michael Hassell Providence College October 7, 2013 Background and History Schools should be safe and secure places for all students, teachers, and staff members. Without a safe learning environment, teachers may have difficulty teaching and students may find their environment a difficult one in which to learn. (DeVoe, J. et al., 2012). Priorities set by schools, local authorities, and state and

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  • Fast Plants

    Fast Plants and Mendel’s Theories of Inheritance Abstract The “Brassica rapa” is a fast plant known as the field mustard. This plant is well known for its rapid growing rate, which makes it an easy breeding cycle and easy to pollinate. In giving so this makes “Brassica rapa” a great participant for testing Gregor Mendel’s theories of inheritance. The “Brassica rapa” acts like a test subject in testing cross-pollination giving the understanding to the dominant allele of colored stems. There

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  • Herbal Plants

    HERBAL PLANTS Bayabas or Guava Scientific name: Psidium guajava Uses:  • Antiseptic, astringent & anthelminthic • Kills bacteria, fungi and amoeba • Used to treat diarrhea in children • For Hypertension, diabetes and Asthma   • Promotes menstruation    Preparation: • Boil one cup of Bayabas leaves in three cups of water for 8 to 10 minutes. Let cool. • To use as mouthwash, gargle. • To use as wound disinfectant, wash affected areas 2 to 3 times a day. • For toothaches, chew the

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  • Plants

    There are many different types of plants on the planet earth, but one that stands out to me is the eucalyptus tree. Growing up as a kid, I always wondered how a plant could grow so tall towering over everything else and lasting for years and years through severe weather changes. Eucalyptus is flowering tree with several different types of species. The name is actually derived from the Greek word “eucalyptos,” which means “well covered,” and refers to the cuplike membrane that covers the budding flowers

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  • Fast Plants Lab Report

    Fast food or Bastard food? Figure 1: . In 2010 A cartoon by Piraro about how fast food effect pigeons which representing the people who addicted on fast food. In the 21 century, people are suffering from all kinds of diseases and over 85% of them are caused by, an unhealthy, diet. In the United States, 25% of Americans eat fast food every day, which can cause heart disease, hypertension and diabetes, starting with overweight. McDonalds, Taco Bell, Wendy’s, and Burger King are very popular

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  • Plants

    turn you into a hot botanist, I can explain how C3 and C4 plants are different and suggest how their distribution might be expected to change with altitude. As I will best try to become your “Plants for Dummys” guide as it is crucial that you first have an understanding of the difference between C3 and C4 plants, to even remotely fool your plant lady guru. Firstly, the difference between C3 and C4 plants is that C3 plants form a pair of 3 carbon-atom molecules during CO2 assimilation

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  • Plant Succession

    SUCCESSION Virtually all plant communities experience, from time to time, disturbances that remove all or some of the plant biomass. Thus, diversity is influenced heavily by disturbance =is the directional change in community composition and structure over time. • "begins" when a disturbance is followed by colonization or re-growth of the disturbed site by plants • Natural, gradual changes in the types of species that live in an area; can be primary or secondary • The gradual

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  • Fast Food

    2014 Fast food and its effects During the past centuries fast food has become a daily meal for many Americans today. Since the introduction of fast food, Americans have experienced an increase in adverse medical problems such as obesity, and heart attacks at an alarming rate. Fast food is easily accessible and cheap and it causes people to keep buying and eating fast food and it increases America’s obesity rate and diseases that are associated with it and it may lead to painful deaths. Fast food

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  • Flowing Plants

    flowing plants Q. Why are flowing plants considered by many botanists to be the most successful land plants? Answer to the student: The plants in which the sex organs are carried within the flowers and the seeds are enclosed in a fruit are called angiosperms. Angiosperms are commonly known as flowering plants. Many botanists considered the flowering plants are the most successful group of land plants. Flowering plant success is primarily attributed to their co-evolution with animals (Chae K

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  • Plant Relocation

    The Case of the Plant Relocation The chief executive of Electrocorp, an electronics company, which makes the onboard computer components for automobiles, is facing increased production costs. Electrocorp’s production plants, use complex hydrocarbon solvents to clean the chips and other parts that go into the computer components. Some of the solvents used are carcinogens and must be handled with extreme care. Until recently, all of your production plants were located in the United States. However

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  • Fast Food

    in no way under means Creativity and Ingenuinity. 46. Crowd sourcing. Fast businesses are using the power of social networks to rise to all-new levels of success. They are tapping into user-generated content for solutions to many of their challenges; the world of business is changing at a dazzling - no, dizzying, pace. The way we did things is being transformed. Traditional business models are being shattered. And only the fast/smart/innovative/bold will survive. It matters for not just for business

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  • Plants

    Inquiry Research Paper Every plant is different. There are no two plants that are the same, nor are there two that grow the same way. Some plants grow in hot, dry environments while others grow in cold, damp environments. Some plants grow in the tropical rain forests while others grow in prairies. Even plants that are in the same family can grow in different climates and environments. Plants can be as similar as they are different. Plants need certain factors to be able to thrive in an environment

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  • Plants

    kingdoms: animals and plants. Driven by DNA characterizations and other modern analysis, fungi and bacteria have now been removed to separate kingdoms; in particular, fungi have cell walls that contain chitin rather than cellulose. Lichens, which are a symbiotic association of a fungal and photosynthetic organism, are generally not considered plants in the purest sense of taxonomy, although earlier classification schemes viewed them as plants. Viruses are also not considered to be plants, since they do

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  • Fast Fashion

    Introduction Fast fashion is no long a strange word for people. Originally, only traditional fashion exists in fashion industry. But then another trend, which researchers called it as “Fast Fashion”, rose up since 1990s. First of all, it’s necessary to know the difference between the traditional fashion and fast fashion. Traditional fashion always has two seasonal collections which are introduced to consumer market. The price of products is relatively higher than fast fashioned products. According

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  • Fast Food

    Negative Impacts of Fast Food America is one the countries that have the most oversize population in the world and every day one of four Americans visits fast food restaurants. Fast food is usually packed with fat, sugar and salt which make it so unhealthy. There are many different reasons people go to fast food restaurants rather than eating at home. People eat at fast food restaurant because it is convenient, cheap, tasty and quick. We no longer live in the good old days when women would

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  • Plant Communication

    Plant communication Recent studies have shown that plants may be able to communicate to one another, this communication is made possible by genetic information. In another study from David Johnson of Aberden university we are informed on the ways that plants carry information from one to others using soil. When a plant is infected by a disease they are able to pass that information to the others, and fungi play the role of the carrier transmitting that information. In 1983 Jack Schultz and Ian

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  • Plant Maintenance

    Plant Maintenance Maintenance All actions necessary for retaining an item, or restoring to it, a serviceable condition, include servicing, repair, modification, overhaul, inspection and condition verification  Increase availability of a system  Keep system’s equipment in working order  Purpose of Maintenance Attempt to maximize performance of production equipment efficiently and regularly  Prevent breakdown or failures  Minimize production loss from failures  Increase reliability

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  • Fast Food

    Fast Food A fast meal is incredible convenient on a busy day. Fast food restaurants offer quick meals in a short amount of time. What may not be portrayed on the menu is the sodium, calories, and fat intake included. One unfortunate misconception is that young adults are exempt from the health risks of an unhealthy diet. Fast food should not be allowed in schools because fast food is harmful to an adolescents health, there is evidence that suggests fast food leads to obesity, and poor nutrition

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  • Plant Diversity

    Plant Diversity Paper Plants are extremely diverse multicellular photosynthetic organisms whose evolution can be traced back to one common ancestor. This common ancestor would most likely be some variation of the common day green algae. Even though these green algae are only modicums of modern day plants they still contain the most important characteristic of all, the ability to photosynthesize. Photosynthesis is the ability to take in water, carbon dioxide, and solar energy and convert it

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  • Crop Plants

    GENETICALLY MODIFIED CROP PLANTS Biotechnology is providing us with a wide range of options for how we can use agricultural and commercial forestry lands. The cultivation of genetically modified (GM) crops on millions of hectares of lands and their injection into our food chain is a huge global genetic experiment involving all living beings. Considering the fast pace of new advances in production of genetically modified crops, consumers, farmers and policymakers worldwide are challenged to reach

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  • Plants Growth

    How to develop plants inside? Examination on testing the rate of development of a plant utilizing distinctive light situations inside. Our theory is whether we utilize a glaring light then the plant development would be higher in quality (tallness and fitness) on the grounds that it supplies better supplemental light and the plant has a superior shot of survival contrasted with the brilliant light. The plant that is developed underneath a bright light has a more risk of survival on the grounds that

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  • Fast Bowling

    DYING ART OF FAST BOWLING Fastest over ever bowled: Boycott@Barbados England had seen an extended summer in 1976. The Oval was parched, with no cloud cover, the pitch was a batting paradise. The great Viv Richards had scored an imperious 291 with West Indians declaring at 687 for 8. Holding's feet hardly touched the ground as he ran in. He moved in silkily and his body swayed like the cobra's. He was bowling with only one fielder in front of the wicket. He bowled and I moved back and across.

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  • Fast Fashion

    Fast fashion companies coping with internationalization: driving the change or changing the model? The purpose of the research is to investigate the business relationship between fast fashion and the process of firm internationalization. Does the international process drive the change or does the internationalization process change the model? Internationalization is when two or more countries are involved. Fast fashion has been considered original and new within the fashion sector. Firms have

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  • Fast Food

    (2010601584) Effects of fast foods among youths Introduction Food is one of the main necessitates we need to survive. Food mains goal is to provide our body with vitamins, minerals, and sustenance. Food ,which is supposed to be something safe and good for us, is now a high risk necessitates because of new technology and the way food is being made is so harmful that it is causing many people to become unhealthy to the point that some are dying from food such as fast foods. Fast food is the term given

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  • Plant Pets

    rosebay willowherb and narrow-leaf fireweed, is a perennial wildflower that grows in many areas of the United States. The plant can reach a height of 5 feet and produces small pinkish-purple flowers. As long as you live in a climate with adequate moisture, you can grow this plant by planting the seeds directly in the ground. Fireweed can become dormant during hot summer weather. The plant will require some care to promote health and growth. 1.) Select an area with full to partial sunlight. Ideal locations

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  • Plant Tour

    Plant tour I had an opportunity to visit US Foods Services Distribution Center. One of the leading retail supply chain operation business in the United States. During my tour, directed by Mr. McCollum, the operation manager for the distribution center; I was able to see how products are received, stored, and built onto pallets that are shipped to grocery shops and restaurants. Since most of the questions could not be answered, I focused my information based on observation. The strength of this

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  • Plants

    509 | Deviation2 (d2) | 259,081 | 259,081 | d2/e | 89 | 267.1 | Chi-square, X2 = Σd2/e | 356.1 | Approximate Day | Date | Activity | Initials | Day 1 | 08/24/2015 | Plant F1 hybrid seeds. Regularly check water. | L.M. | Day 4 or 5 | | Observe Seedlings and record numbers of each phenotype in Table 3. Thin plants to one per cell. | L.M. | Day 14,16,18 | | Pollinate on 3 days; pollinate at least 6-8 flowers. | L.M. | Days 20 to 39 | | Remove buds and shoots. | L.M. | Day 39 |

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  • Fast Food

    nutritious food has been replaced by new food mantra-JUNK FOOD. Fast food is a food supplied quickly after placing an order and with limited service. Eating is among the pleasures of life, although it can be bad for someone’s health when they eat fast foods, which have high-refined sugars, saturated fats and sodium, which lead to obesity, diabetes and other adverse health conditions. Everyone should have a second thought before deciding to eat fast foods. This is because there are numerous health risks when

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  • Ok Plants

    Investigating Water Conserving Structures in a Range of Terrestrial Australian Plant Specimens Aim: - To make observations and draw water conserving structures present in various Australian xerophytic plants and to relate these structures to their functions. Hypothesis: It is believed that a range of xerophytic Australian plants will demonstrate water conserving structures such as rolling of the leaves, thin and long leaves, thick layer of cuticle, hairy leaves, small leaves and flowers

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  • Plants

    Plants, also called green plants, are multicellular eukaryotes of the kingdom Plantae. They form an unranked clade Viridiplantae(Latin for green plants) that includes the flowering plants, conifers and other gymnosperms, ferns, clubmosses, hornworts, liverworts,mosses and the green algae. Green plants excludes the red and brown algae, the fungi, archaea, bacteria and animals. Green plants have cell walls with cellulose and obtain most of their energy from sunlight via photosynthesis by primary chloroplasts

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  • Engstrom Plant

    Engstrom Auto Mirror plant is a small privately owned business that supplies mirrors for trucks and cars. The plant had suffered several years of downturn before Robert Benton introduced the Scalon plan. The Scalon plan, an employee incentive program, was created to boost employee morale, increase productivity, produce quality inventory and lead the plant to a turn around. Now, the plant manager, Robert Benton, must figure out how to get the plant back on track in order to stop the plant from experiencing

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  • Plants

    Plant Classification Four major groups 1. Nonvascular plants-represents the transition from the aquatic environment of their ancestors-charophytes- to the terrestrial environment about 475 million years ago- some possess water-conducting tubesWater-conducting tubes- prototypes of vascular tissues that fully developed in the next group | | 2. Seedless Vascular plants-evolved about 400 million years ago-they reproduce through spores-structures with vascular tissues eventually diversified

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  • Plant Viruses

    Main features of Plant Viruses and the diseases they cause Essay Viruses are small infectious pathogens, which are too small to be seen under a light microscope. However, despite their size they can cause both mild to severe illnesses. Viruses only activate inside a host cell and can affect all life forms including humans, animals, plants, and even microorganisms like bacteria and archaea. Viruses depend on the cellular system of their host for reproduction. Viruses have three main parts, which

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  • Plants

    Plants are vital to the survival of all life on Earth--plants transform the light of the sun into energy that is usable to other life on Earth. Without plants, animals would not be able to use the energy of the Sun that reaches the Earth. The removal of one plant from the ecosystem can cause many unforeseen changes, sometimes irreversibly damaging an ecosystem. However, some plants are more important than others, either for biological or cultural reasons. In my country, Korea, I would say that the

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  • The Plant

    Embryology. The study of plant life or phytology is known as botany. It's studies the life and development of fungi, algae and plants. Botany also probes into the structure growth, diseases, chemical and physical properties of the plant species. Also it implies the importance of study of plant life on earth because they generated food, fibers, medicines, fuel and oxygen. A person who is working in the study of botany is called a botanist. As a botanist, you study plants and apply you knowledge to

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  • Herbal Plants

    Background of the Study Plants had been used for medicinal purposes long before recorded history. For example, ancient Chinese and Egyptian papyrus writings describe medicinal plant uses. Indigenous cultures such as African and Native American used herbs in their healing rituals, while others developed traditional medical systems in which herbal therapies were used systematically. Scientists found that people in different parts of the globe tended to use the same or similar plants for the same purposes

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  • Plants

    that an endophtic fungus called Gliocladium roseum that shows the same essence as Diesel fuel. The same diesel that is produced by man from crude oil. He found that the endophtic fungus was produced to protect the plant from other endophtic fungus. It was interesting to find out plants have natural abilities to protect themselves from the smallest organisms. The production of an energy source from an micro organism shows the vastness of alternative energy. However, the example of his work with

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  • Plant Tissues

    Plant Tissues A mature vascular plant (any plant other than mosses and liverworts), contains several types of differentiated cells. These are grouped together in tissues. Some tissues contain only one type of cell. Some consist of several. Tissue is a cellular organizational level intermediate between cells and a complete organism. A tissue is an ensemble of similar cells and from the same origin, that together carry out a specific function. These are called tissues because of their identical

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  • Plants

    Plants General Characteristics: * Multicellular, primarily terrestrial eukaryotes with well developed tissues * Autotrophic by photosynthesis * Chlorophyl a and b , carotenoids etc. * Store starch in chloroplast * Cell wall – cellulose * Protect the embryo from drying out by providing it with water and nutrients within the female reproductive structure * Alternation of generation’s life cycle ( sporophyte and gametophyte phase) Main Division: 1. Non Vascular

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  • Borrachero Plant

    Imagine a drug that can transform you into a zombie slave. A machine that loses all free will, is very compliant, but still appears to be alert and coherent. The drug is easily removed from a very common plant. It’s tasteless, odorless, and can be quickly mixed into drinks, food, and cigarettes. This demon drug is called borrachero. Ask any Colombian resident about borrachero, also known as burundanga. They’re sure to tell you some horror story about the drug. They’ll tell stories of victims who

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