The Bugs That Turn Strawberry Yogurt Red

The Bugs That Turn Strawberry Yogurt Red


Narrator: No one likes
finding bugs in their food when they’re not expecting it. But I hate to break it to you, you’re actually eating them all the time. I’m not just talking about the critters that end up in juices or jams by accident. Some bugs are in our food because, well, we put them there. If you think it’s fruit that turns this strawberry
yogurt red, think again. Yes, there are in fact
strawberries in there, but they’re there for flavor
and texture, not color. That bright red comes from
something else called carmine. Oh, and it’s made from squashed bugs. Squashed female cochineal
bugs, to be specific. They’re tick-sized critters
native to Mesoamerica where they suck the juice
from prickly pear cactuses. Greig: And if you squish them,
they are bright red inside and kind of a purply,
deep purple-red color, and that’s the source of cochineal, cochineal dye, carmine,
whatever you wanna call it. Narrator: For thousands of
years, people have been using these bugs to dye everything
from clothes to pottery. But it wasn’t until more recently that they made their way
into commercial foods. From 1955 to 2010, the
consumption of food coloring rose by 500% in the United States. That’s mostly thanks to artificial colors like Red 40, Yellow 5, and Blue 1. But in the late 20th
century, consumers became increasingly concerned
about synthetic chemicals in their foods and demanded
more natural ingredients. So many companies turned to carmine. It’s FDA improved and tasteless. It resists degradation from
light, heat, and oxidation, and unlike some synthetic colorants, it hasn’t been linked to
cancers or tumor growth. Greig: Now, some people
apparently have allergies to it, but compared with the downsides of the chemical dye, it’s very benign. It’s like using beet juice. Narrator: And just like
that, carmine ended up in strawberry and cream Frappuccinos and cake pops at Starbucks, in Tropicana grapefruit juice, and, yes, in Yoplait yogurts. Just look for carmine or cochineal extract on the label to see for yourself. But today, carmine is becoming
harder and harder to come by. Some companies like Campari Group, maker of the famous Campari
aperitif, have phased it out for economic reasons in the US. Greig: It’s expensive to
make. I mean, it’s easier to just make a chemical dye, and this is a very specialized, you have to farm these little bugs, and collect billions of pounds of them, and dry all them and all that, so I think that just wasn’t as practical. Narrator: Other companies
took it out because, well, people still don’t like eating
bugs, especially vegans. In 2012, a vegan news site outed Starbucks for using cochineal in its Strawberries and Crème Frappuccino, saying that it’s not vegan, and a month later, the
company said they’d switch to a bug-free alternative. In fact, Yoplait now remains one of the only major brands that sells food colored with carmine. But even Yoplait may phase it out after customers expressed concerns about eating bug parts. Greig: So I just think it’s ironic people are freaked out about
insects, about eating insects, even though we eat 2 pounds of insects a year
on average by accident. Narrator: And to show just
how harmless they are, we tried some. Jones: Nope, just tastes like yogurt! Not buggy at all, in fact. Not that I would know what
that would taste like, but I’m really just getting
plain Greek yogurt taste.

HEALTH SCARE EPIDEMIC TRUMP ADMINISTRATION NOT REPORTING~ MAY IMPACT 2018 MIDTERM ELECTIONS


Hi it’s Kim here, So I’m sitting in the
car about to drive home of my groceries away and I’m reading a change.org
petition and it says, sign this petition to take away Congress’s health care and
I was like dang, I signed it. Yeah it’s really sick, huh? Well guess what they
were about to do? These people a cut just a little while back we’re going to take
away 24 million people’s health care, ok. The petition was developed by a guy
whose father died because he didn’t have health insurance and he waited too long.
He died of cancer. He didn’t make it. So, apparently our
Congress people are so fucking immature and developmentally… just don’t know what
to say… They don’t get that… if you take away people’s health insurance that will
make them die. Ok so, I sign a petition saying I’m going to do it to them so
that maybe like a little three or four year old they’ll catch on that gosh
that’s not a really cool thing to do. We’re one of the only countries in the
world that’s considered a developed nation that doesn’t have universal health care.
What the fuck is wrong with our government? They’re supposed to work for
the people, Instead, they’re working to make themselves
wealthy and make themselves the elitists who run our country. you

Testing for Clostridium difficile Infection


Hello, my name is Dr. Carolyn Gould. I’m a medical officer in the Division of Healthcare Quality Promotion at CDC, and I’m happy to speak with you today as part of the CDC Expert Video Commentary Series on Medscape. In this video commentary, I’d like to address laboratory testing for Clostridium difficile infection, or CDI. I’ll be discussing which patients should be tested for CDI, the pros and cons of different testing methods, and why repeat testing during a single episode of diarrhea is discouraged. C. difficile is a spore-forming, gram-positive anaerobic bacillus that produces two exotoxins, toxin A and toxin B, which cause damage to the large intestine, resulting in diarrhea among infected patients. While C. difficile is the most commonly recognized cause of antibiotic-associated diarrhea, it accounts for only 15-25% of all such diarrheal episodes. The likelihood of a patient having CDI is increased if the patient has received antibiotics in the previous 8-12 weeks, is over 65 years of age, and has 3 or more diarrheal stools in a 24-hour period. Because patients who have received antibiotics or have recently recovered from CDI may be colonized without any symptoms, it is important that only diarrheal stools — in other words, those stools that take the shape of the container they are in — be tested for CDI. In any case, reliable testing for CDI remains challenging. At this time the most common testing method for CDI in U.S. hospitals is the enzyme immunoassay (or EIA) to detect toxins A and B in the stool. Although these tests provide results rapidly and are easily performed, the sensitivity of the commercially available EIAs is relatively low. Despite the high specificity of these assays, clinicians are often aware of their poor sensitivity, resulting in routine ordering of multiple stools in patients without reassessment for the presence of diarrhea. Such repeat testing should be discouraged as it may lead to a greater risk of a false-positive result. Therefore, repeat testing should be based on whether the patient is still having diarrhea and, if possible, a more sensitive testing method should be used. Remember that if there is a high suspicion of CDI, empiric treatment may be warranted to avoid delays in therapy. The tissue cytotoxin assay, which also tests for free toxin in the stool, is generally more sensitive than the EIAs and was historically viewed as the gold standard test for the diagnosis of CDI. However, the tissue cytotoxin assay is more difficult to perform than the EIA and has a relatively slow turnaround time, which limits its usefulness in the clinical setting. When using either an EIA or the tissue cytotoxin assay, it is important that stools be either transported to the laboratory within 2 hours or refrigerated because the toxin degrades rapidly at room temperature. Recently, the toxigenic culture, in which stool is cultured for C. difficile and a toxin assay is performed on any isolate to determine whether it is toxin producing, has become the new gold standard against which to compare the sensitivity and specificity of other tests. The main limitation of the toxigenic culture is that it is labor intensive and can have a very slow turnaround time. However, there are now other approved, rapid methods that approach the sensitivity and specificity of toxigenic culture in diagnosing CDI. These include the use of polymerase chain reaction (or PCR) tests to detect toxin-producing C. difficile or 2-step testing paradigms that use the highly sensitive but nonspecific antigen EIA with confirmatory testing of positive results. Healthcare facilities should consider moving toward the use of more sensitive testing methods as a means of quickly and reliably identifying patients with CDI. This will allow for more rapid implementation of isolation precautions to prevent transmission as well as prompt initiation of therapy to improve patient outcomes. However, with more sensitive testing, it is even more important to ensure that only patients with active diarrhea are being tested; otherwise, the tests are more likely to detect asymptomatic colonization. Currently, there are no recommendations for active surveillance testing or isolating asymptomatic patients on the basis of their being colonized with C. difficile. Moreover, patients who have recovered from CDI will often remain colonized for a prolonged period, and therefore repeat testing of patients to prove cure should be discouraged. Given that both the incidence and severity of CDI have increased over the past several years, it is important that clinicians become more aware of how to recognize, diagnose, treat, and prevent CDI. The bottom line? Suspect CDI in patients who have received antibiotics in the previous 8-12 weeks and have had 3 or more diarrheal stools in a 24-hour period. For testing, the current gold standard is a toxigenic culture, but turnaround time is slow. For clinical laboratories, rapid tests that approach the sensitivity and specificity of toxigenic culture include PCR tests or 2-step testing paradigms that use rapid antigen assays with confirmatory testing We at CDC hope that this brief overview of the laboratory diagnosis of CDI and how it can be optimized to aid in both prevention and treatment has been helpful. For further information on the prevention of CDI and other healthcare-associated infections, visit the Web resources listed on this page. Thank you for watching.

4K CC. Grasshoppers, Catching Insects In The USA, AZ UT CA NV NM Herping HD

4K CC. Grasshoppers, Catching Insects In The USA, AZ UT CA NV NM Herping HD


That’s a big…woah woah Big Grasshopper O where’d he go? He fell down Don’t worry I shall rescue you with my love Come here Mr Grasshopper No no no don’t go that way I love you and I wan’t to touch you Wow he’s a big one He seems to be a little clumsy tho He’s like backin away Woah woah woah Keep an eye on him boy’s Keep an eye on him Where’s he goin? Ok there he is there he is Keep an eye on him Come lets see Kid: He looks like a leaf Guy: Woah look at all these critters flying we are getting just raided Kid: Yeah we are Girl: There Moths Kid: Aahhh Guy: That is a big critter Kid 2: He’s Godzilla Guy: Uh he’s on the camera ( Flashlight in mouth) Kid: He’s on the camera Kid: Spikey oouch I want this guy Don’t…don’t think about it Bad Grasshoper! No noo bad Grasshopper Guy: Let your brother catch him Kid: He got him Guy: Phahaha Guy: Or let him jump on you Kid 2: Oh ow ow he is one Gahaha Kid: He bites He’s attacking him Kid: Keep your hands around him Guy: Is he hurt? Kid 2: Oh umm Kid: Uh Kid: 2 uh oh Guy: Open up your hand let’s get a look at him Let let your brother have him Kid: I’m the one who’s Kid 2: aahhh Kid: Oh ahhh Does he bite? Kid 2: He a no Guy: He claws Kid: Oh now he’s bitting he’s angry Guy: He’s trying to get out Kid 2: Woah he’s strong Kid: He Hurts? How strong is he? Ok we caught him He’s upside down Guy: Hand him to your brother Hand him to your brother Kid: You better not bite oh get back here Kid: Now dad gots him Guy: Ok now he’s got me Kid 2: He loves you Kid: K awesome Big fat Grasshopper Kid 2: Cricket kisses Guy: Ok Kid: What did you catch? Kid 2: Cactus ( In Pain) Kid: owwaaa Guy: hahahehe lol Kid: You sat in a cactus Everyone: Hahaheehee lol Guy: Oh My Girl: He sat in a Cactus? Guy: Oh my Kid: It’s right there! Guy: alright Let me…Ok Kid 2: I’m ok Guy: Oh Ok I got to turn off the camera Err ya know what What ever we’ll leave it on I can’t believe you sat in that Let me see your but Kid 2: Feels good Guy: I don’t know I don’t know I have never seen him before Yeah he bit matthew No don’t put your thumb up buddy You got to get him to crawl across Woah man what kind of species is this Hey quit biting me ( Bugs on my leg) I’m getting here gettin this Grasshopper and then some little tiny bug flies on me and starts nibbling me Wow He’s got some crazy colors Now there’s this one over here Get in the car k buddy K cause there is a really big bull right there who is just starting at us ok and If he really wants he can jump that fence You see that right? Wow We’ll go in 1 seconds just keep an eye on him Wow That almost looks like a toy It doesn’t even look like it’s real If I saw one of those things I would think Yeah that it wasn’t even real if I wasn’t out here looking at it my self I just…. woow Ok Go back to making more Grasshoppers Kinda crazy Catching a lot of Grasshoppers today These things are just exotic colors I didn’t even know we had Grasshoppers like this Alright Good job boys!!! Kid: Lets release them

Report Exposes Data, Unconscionable Business Of Opioid Epidemic | Rachel Maddow | MSNBC


>>>PICK A PLACE ANYWHERE IN THE>>>PICK A PLACE ANYWHERE IN THE COUNTRY. COUNTRY. ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW IS THE ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW IS THE STATE TO START. STATE TO START. PICK SOMEWHERE YOU ARE FAMILIAR PICK SOMEWHERE YOU ARE FAMILIAR WITH OR WHERE YOU GREW UP. WITH OR WHERE YOU GREW UP. SAY SOUTH CAROLINA. SAY SOUTH CAROLINA. THEN ADD THE COUNTY. THEN ADD THE COUNTY. SAY CHARLESTON COUNTY. SAY CHARLESTON COUNTY. CLICK SUBMIT AND LOOK. CLICK SUBMIT AND LOOK. THIS AMAZING TOOL SHOWS YOU THIS AMAZING TOOL SHOWS YOU WHICH DISTRIBUTORS WERE GETTING WHICH DISTRIBUTORS WERE GETTING PILLS FROM OPIOID MANUFACTURERS PILLS FROM OPIOID MANUFACTURERS AND DISTRIBUTING IN YOUR COUNTY. AND DISTRIBUTING IN YOUR COUNTY. IT SHOWS YOU WHICH MANUFACTURERS IT SHOWS YOU WHICH MANUFACTURERS WERE ALSO SHIPPING PILLS TO WERE ALSO SHIPPING PILLS TO THOSE DISTRIBUTORS IN YOUR THOSE DISTRIBUTORS IN YOUR COUNTY. COUNTY. THEN LOOK AT THE NEXT COLUMN. THEN LOOK AT THE NEXT COLUMN. PHARMACIES. PHARMACIES. YOU CAN GO DRUGSTORE BY YOU CAN GO DRUGSTORE BY DRUGSTORE. DRUGSTORE. IF YOU WANT TO KNOW HOW MANY IF YOU WANT TO KNOW HOW MANY PILLS THEY ARE DISTRIBUTING, YOU PILLS THEY ARE DISTRIBUTING, YOU CAN GO STORE BY STORE BY STORE. CAN GO STORE BY STORE BY STORE. PHARMACY BY PHARMACY AND IF YOU PHARMACY BY PHARMACY AND IF YOU WANT TO KNOW HOW TO MAKE SENSE WANT TO KNOW HOW TO MAKE SENSE OF THE NUMBERS BEING OF THE NUMBERS BEING DISTRIBUTED, HERE’S AN EASY DISTRIBUTED, HERE’S AN EASY DISTILLATION. DISTILLATION. HOW MANY HIGHLY ADDICTIVE PILLS HOW MANY HIGHLY ADDICTIVE PILLS WERE THEY PUSHING INTO YOUR TOWN WERE THEY PUSHING INTO YOUR TOWN THROUGH THESE INDIVIDUAL THROUGH THESE INDIVIDUAL DRUGSTORES AND PHARMACIES? DRUGSTORES AND PHARMACIES? YOU CAN TELL THE NUMBER OF PAIN YOU CAN TELL THE NUMBER OF PAIN PILLS PER PERSON PER YEAR BEING PILLS PER PERSON PER YEAR BEING DISTRIBUTED INTO YOUR COUNTY. DISTRIBUTED INTO YOUR COUNTY. YOU CAN DO IT THROUGH THE YOU CAN DO IT THROUGH THE WEBSITE OF THE “WASHINGTON WEBSITE OF THE “WASHINGTON POST.” POST.” WE POSTED THE LINK SO IT’S EASY WE POSTED THE LINK SO IT’S EASY TO FIND. TO FIND. YOU CAN DO THIS FOR ANY COUNTY YOU CAN DO THIS FOR ANY COUNTY IN THE COUNTRY. IN THE COUNTRY. THE REASON YOU CAN DO THIS NOW THE REASON YOU CAN DO THIS NOW IS BECAUSE IT TURNS OUT THERE IS IS BECAUSE IT TURNS OUT THERE IS A DATABASE OF EVERY SINGLE A DATABASE OF EVERY SINGLE OPIOID PILL LEGALLY SOLD IN THE OPIOID PILL LEGALLY SOLD IN THE COUNTRY. COUNTRY. EVERY PILL DOWN TO THE ONE. EVERY PILL DOWN TO THE ONE. IT’S A LIST MAINTAINED BY THE IT’S A LIST MAINTAINED BY THE DEA THAT TRACKS EVERY PILL FROM DEA THAT TRACKS EVERY PILL FROM THE DRUG MANUFACTURERS TO THE THE DRUG MANUFACTURERS TO THE DISTRIBUTORS TO THE INDIVIDUAL DISTRIBUTORS TO THE INDIVIDUAL PHARMACIES. PHARMACIES. ALL ACROSS THE COUNTRY. ALL ACROSS THE COUNTRY. IT EXISTS SO THE DEA CAN TRACK IT EXISTS SO THE DEA CAN TRACK SUSPICIOUS SALES. SUSPICIOUS SALES. THE BIG PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANIES THE BIG PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANIES ARE REQUIRED TO REPORT A PAIN ARE REQUIRED TO REPORT A PAIN PILL TO THE DEA. PILL TO THE DEA. THAT’S HOW THE DATABASE EXISTS. THAT’S HOW THE DATABASE EXISTS. WHO HAS ACCESS? WHO HAS ACCESS? IT HAS BEEN KEPT SECRET AND IT HAS BEEN KEPT SECRET AND HIDDEN FROM THE PUBLIC VIEW HIDDEN FROM THE PUBLIC VIEW UNTIL NOW. UNTIL NOW. A TEAM OF REPORTERS FROM “THE A TEAM OF REPORTERS FROM “THE WASHINGTON POST” AND THE GAZETTE WASHINGTON POST” AND THE GAZETTE MAIL HAVE BEEN TRYING TO GET MAIL HAVE BEEN TRYING TO GET ACCESS FOR A COUPLE OF YEARS ACCESS FOR A COUPLE OF YEARS NOW. NOW. THE POST FILED A FREEDOM OF THE POST FILED A FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT FOR THE DATABASE INFORMATION ACT FOR THE DATABASE AND IT WAS DENIED. AND IT WAS DENIED. THE GOVERNMENT DID NOT WANT THE THE GOVERNMENT DID NOT WANT THE DATABASE MADE PUBLIC. DATABASE MADE PUBLIC. MORE IMPORTANTLY, THE DRUG MORE IMPORTANTLY, THE DRUG COMPANIES REALLY, REALLY DIDN’T COMPANIES REALLY, REALLY DIDN’T WANT IT MEATADE PUBLIC. WANT IT MEATADE PUBLIC. THEY TRIED TO PRY THIS THEY TRIED TO PRY THIS INFORMATION LOOSE AND IF WHAT INFORMATION LOOSE AND IF WHAT PILLS WENT WHERE WAS MADE PILLS WENT WHERE WAS MADE PUBLIC, IT MIGHT GIVE THE DRUG PUBLIC, IT MIGHT GIVE THE DRUG COMPANIES AN ADVANTAGE IN THE COMPANIES AN ADVANTAGE IN THE MARKETPLACE WHERE THE HUNGRIEST MARKETPLACE WHERE THE HUNGRIEST MOST ADDICTED MARKETS WERE. MOST ADDICTED MARKETS WERE. VALUABLE INFORMATION. VALUABLE INFORMATION. YOU KNOW HOW MANY PILLS YOU CAN YOU KNOW HOW MANY PILLS YOU CAN SELL? SELL? WE CAN’T LET THAT INFORMATION WE CAN’T LET THAT INFORMATION OUT THERE. OUT THERE. THE DRUG COMPANIES HAVE TO THE DRUG COMPANIES HAVE TO SUBMIT INFORMATION THAT ENDS UP SUBMIT INFORMATION THAT ENDS UP IN THE DATABASE AND THE DATABASE IN THE DATABASE AND THE DATABASE IS KEPT SECRET. IS KEPT SECRET. THE REPORTERS WERE TRYING TO GET THE REPORTERS WERE TRYING TO GET IT MADE PUBLICLY AVAILABLE, MADE IT MADE PUBLICLY AVAILABLE, MADE PUBLIC TO THEM IN THEIR PUBLIC TO THEM IN THEIR NEWSPAPERS. NEWSPAPERS. “THE WASHINGTON POST” AND THE “THE WASHINGTON POST” AND THE GAZETTE MAIL SAW A WINDOW WITH A GAZETTE MAIL SAW A WINDOW WITH A FEDERAL JUDGE OVERSEEING THE FEDERAL JUDGE OVERSEEING THE SINGLE LARGEST CIVIL ACTION IN SINGLE LARGEST CIVIL ACTION IN U.S. HISTORY. U.S. HISTORY. IT’S A CASE THAT CONSOLIDATED IT’S A CASE THAT CONSOLIDATED ABOUT 2,000 DIFFERENT CASES ALL ABOUT 2,000 DIFFERENT CASES ALL BROUGHT BY STATE AND LOCAL BROUGHT BY STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AGAINST THE BIG GOVERNMENTS AGAINST THE BIG COMPANIES THAT MAKE AND SELL THE COMPANIES THAT MAKE AND SELL THE PILLS. PILLS. THAT FEDERAL JUDGE PREVIOUSLY THAT FEDERAL JUDGE PREVIOUSLY ALLOWED SOME OF THE PLAINTIFFS ALLOWED SOME OF THE PLAINTIFFS IN THAT CASE TO THEMSELVES IN THAT CASE TO THEMSELVES ACCESS SOME OF DATA FROM THIS ACCESS SOME OF DATA FROM THIS BIG IMPORTANT MIND BLOWING BIG IMPORTANT MIND BLOWING DATABASE. DATABASE. IT WAS UNDER A PROTECTIVE ORDER. IT WAS UNDER A PROTECTIVE ORDER. EVEN THOUGH THEY COULD SEE IT, EVEN THOUGH THEY COULD SEE IT, THEY COULDN’T TELL ANYBODY ABOUT THEY COULDN’T TELL ANYBODY ABOUT WHAT THEY COULD FIND THERE. WHAT THEY COULD FIND THERE. IN A LEGAL PROCEEDING, THAT’S IN A LEGAL PROCEEDING, THAT’S KNOWN AS A GOOD PLACE TO START. KNOWN AS A GOOD PLACE TO START. SO THE GOOD FOLKS AT “THE SO THE GOOD FOLKS AT “THE WASHINGTON POST” TRIED TO BUILD WASHINGTON POST” TRIED TO BUILD ON THAT AND FILED TO INTERVENE ON THAT AND FILED TO INTERVENE IN THE CASE SAYING IF YOU CAN IN THE CASE SAYING IF YOU CAN LET THE LOCALITIES SEE THIS LET THE LOCALITIES SEE THIS STUFF, WE AS NEWS ORGANIZATIONS STUFF, WE AS NEWS ORGANIZATIONS AND THROUGH US, THE PUBLIC WE AND THROUGH US, THE PUBLIC WE SHOULD BE ABLE TO GET ACCESS TO SHOULD BE ABLE TO GET ACCESS TO THE DATABASE, TOO. THE DATABASE, TOO. THE JUDGE TOLD THEM NO. THE JUDGE TOLD THEM NO. BUT THE NEWSPAPERS DIDN’T ACCEPT BUT THE NEWSPAPERS DIDN’T ACCEPT THAT ANSWER. THAT ANSWER. THEY APPEALED THE JUDGE’S RULING THEY APPEALED THE JUDGE’S RULING AND LAWYERS ARGUED THAT THIS AND LAWYERS ARGUED THAT THIS INFORMATION SERVED A PUBLIC NEED INFORMATION SERVED A PUBLIC NEED TO KNOW. TO KNOW. IT WOULD SERVE THE PUBLIC IT WOULD SERVE THE PUBLIC INTEREST AND UNDERSTANDING AND INTEREST AND UNDERSTANDING AND FIGHTING THE OPIOID CRISIS TO FIGHTING THE OPIOID CRISIS TO KNOW WHICH MANUFACTURERS AND KNOW WHICH MANUFACTURERS AND WHICH DISTRIBUTORS SENT HOW MANY WHICH DISTRIBUTORS SENT HOW MANY DRUGS WHERE AND WHICH DRUGSTORES DRUGS WHERE AND WHICH DRUGSTORES SOLD THEM. SOLD THEM. ULTIMATELY IT WAS A FEDERAL ULTIMATELY IT WAS A FEDERAL APPEARS COURT THAT AGREED WITH APPEARS COURT THAT AGREED WITH THE NEWS ORGANIZATIONS ON THIS THE NEWS ORGANIZATIONS ON THIS AND RULED IN THEIR FAVOR. AND RULED IN THEIR FAVOR. THE DATA WILL AID US IN THE DATA WILL AID US IN UNDERSTANDING THE ENORMITY OF UNDERSTANDING THE ENORMITY OF THE EPIDEMIC AND AID US IN THE EPIDEMIC AND AID US IN ENDING IT. ENDING IT. WITH THAT, SIX YEARS OF DATA WITH THAT, SIX YEARS OF DATA FROM THIS MASSIVE DATABASE FROM THIS MASSIVE DATABASE TRACKING EVERY OPIOID PILL SOLD TRACKING EVERY OPIOID PILL SOLD IN AMERICA WAS MADE AVAILABLE TO IN AMERICA WAS MADE AVAILABLE TO THE PUBLIC. THE PUBLIC. AND THE MOST MADE THIS WIDGET AND THE MOST MADE THIS WIDGET THAT ALLOWS YOU TO ACCESS IT IN THAT ALLOWS YOU TO ACCESS IT IN THIS CONVENIENCE WAY. THIS CONVENIENCE WAY. YOU CAN GET THIS DATA FOR ANY YOU CAN GET THIS DATA FOR ANY PLACE IN THE COUNTRY. PLACE IN THE COUNTRY. PUT IN THE STATE AND THE COUNTY. PUT IN THE STATE AND THE COUNTY. IT IS AMAZING TO SCROLL AROUND. IT IS AMAZING TO SCROLL AROUND. IF YOU PICK THE COUNTY WHERE YOU IF YOU PICK THE COUNTY WHERE YOU KNOW AND CLICK ON THAT, YOU WILL KNOW AND CLICK ON THAT, YOU WILL RECOGNIZE THE PHARMACIES THAT RECOGNIZE THE PHARMACIES THAT POP UP. POP UP. NOW THAT WE HAVE ACCESS THANKS NOW THAT WE HAVE ACCESS THANKS TO THE REPORTERS IN THEIR LEGAL TO THE REPORTERS IN THEIR LEGAL INTERVENTION, WE CAN ALL NOW SEE INTERVENTION, WE CAN ALL NOW SEE FOR THE FIRST TIME WHAT HAS BEEN FOR THE FIRST TIME WHAT HAS BEEN GOING ON DOWN TO THE INDIVIDUAL GOING ON DOWN TO THE INDIVIDUAL PILL. PILL. THE NUMBER OF PILLS THE COMPANY THE NUMBER OF PILLS THE COMPANY SOLD IN THE-YEAR TIME FRAME ARE SOLD IN THE-YEAR TIME FRAME ARE STAGGERING. STAGGERING. FAR EXCEEDING WHAT PREVIOUSLY FAR EXCEEDING WHAT PREVIOUSLY HAS BEEN DISCLOSED IN LIMITED HAS BEEN DISCLOSED IN LIMITED FILINGS AND NEWS STORIES. FILINGS AND NEWS STORIES. FAR EXCEEDING. FAR EXCEEDING. I WONDER WHY THEY DIDN’T WANT I WONDER WHY THEY DIDN’T WANT ANYBODY TO SEE IT. ANYBODY TO SEE IT. YOU MAY NOT WANT THE COUNTRY TO YOU MAY NOT WANT THE COUNTRY TO KNOW YOU ARE SHIPPING OUT MORE KNOW YOU ARE SHIPPING OUT MORE THAN 12 BILLION HIGHLY ADDICTED THAN 12 BILLION HIGHLY ADDICTED PAIN PILLS IN A YEAR. PAIN PILLS IN A YEAR. 12 BILLION PILLS TO A COUNTRY 12 BILLION PILLS TO A COUNTRY WITH ONLY 320 MILLION PEOPLE IN WITH ONLY 320 MILLION PEOPLE IN IT. IT. I PROBABLY WOULDN’T WANT ANYBODY I PROBABLY WOULDN’T WANT ANYBODY DOWNLOADING THAT DATA EITHER. DOWNLOADING THAT DATA EITHER. WHAT THE POST HAS BEEN ABLE TO WHAT THE POST HAS BEEN ABLE TO GET THEIR HANDS ON IS DATA FROM GET THEIR HANDS ON IS DATA FROM 2006 TO 2012. 2006 TO 2012. ALL THE REPORTERS WERE ABLE TO ALL THE REPORTERS WERE ABLE TO GET OUT OF THE COURTS. GET OUT OF THE COURTS. ONE OF THE AMAZING THINGS IS SO ONE OF THE AMAZING THINGS IS SO MANY MORE BILLIONS OF PILLS WERE MANY MORE BILLIONS OF PILLS WERE BEING SHIPPED OUT THAN ANYBODY BEING SHIPPED OUT THAN ANYBODY KNEW ABOUT, BUT ALSO IT GOT KNEW ABOUT, BUT ALSO IT GOT WORSE AND WORSE OVERTIME. WORSE AND WORSE OVERTIME. AGAIN, THIS IS A SEVEN-YEAR AGAIN, THIS IS A SEVEN-YEAR PERIOD STARTING IN 2006. PERIOD STARTING IN 2006. OVER THE YEARS FROM 2006 TO 2012 OVER THE YEARS FROM 2006 TO 2012 LIT THE COUNTRY ON FIRE. LIT THE COUNTRY ON FIRE. THE DEATH RATE STARTED THE DEATH RATE STARTED SKYROCKETING AND THE COUNTRY SKYROCKETING AND THE COUNTRY STARTED FREAKING OUT ABOUT IT. STARTED FREAKING OUT ABOUT IT. OVER THE COURSE OF THOSE SEVEN OVER THE COURSE OF THOSE SEVEN YEARS, WHILE 100,000 AMERICANS YEARS, WHILE 100,000 AMERICANS WERE KILLED BY THE DRUGS, WE CAN WERE KILLED BY THE DRUGS, WE CAN TELL THEY KEPT UPPING THE TELL THEY KEPT UPPING THE NUMBERS THEY WERE SHIPPING. NUMBERS THEY WERE SHIPPING. THEY WERE AT 84 IN 2006. THEY WERE AT 84 IN 2006. IN 2012, THEY WERE UP TO 12.6 IN 2012, THEY WERE UP TO 12.6 BILLION PILLS. BILLION PILLS. THAT MEANT THEY WERE SHIPPING ON THAT MEANT THEY WERE SHIPPING ON AVERAGE 36 HIGHLY ADDICTIVE PAIN AVERAGE 36 HIGHLY ADDICTIVE PAIN PILLS FOR EVERY MAN, WAND PILLS FOR EVERY MAN, WAND BABY IN THE UNITED STATES. BABY IN THE UNITED STATES. YOU CAN CHECK TO SEE IF YOUR YOU CAN CHECK TO SEE IF YOUR COUNTY IS ON PAR FOR THAT OR IF COUNTY IS ON PAR FOR THAT OR IF YOUR COUNTY WENT WHOLE HOG. YOUR COUNTY WENT WHOLE HOG. THE PER PERSON AVERAGE IN 2012 THE PER PERSON AVERAGE IN 2012 IS 36 OF THESE PILLS FOR EVERY IS 36 OF THESE PILLS FOR EVERY MAN, WOMAN, AND CHILD. MAN, WOMAN, AND CHILD. 36. 36. IN NORTON, VIRGINIA, THE IN NORTON, VIRGINIA, THE SMALLEST CITY IN RARE VIRVIRGINI SMALLEST CITY IN RARE VIRVIRGINI WERE NOT SHIPPING 36 PER PERSON. WERE NOT SHIPPING 36 PER PERSON. THEY WERE SHIPPING 306 PILLS PER THEY WERE SHIPPING 306 PILLS PER PERSON. PERSON. OVER THE COURSE OF JUST ONE OVER THE COURSE OF JUST ONE YEAR. YEAR. IT’S ASTONISHING. IT’S ASTONISHING. THE OTHER THING THAT’S AMAZING THE OTHER THING THAT’S AMAZING IS IT DOESN’T JUST TELL US HOW IS IT DOESN’T JUST TELL US HOW THEY WENT UP AND UP AS THE THEY WENT UP AND UP AS THE COUNTRY GOT MORE AND MORE COUNTRY GOT MORE AND MORE ADDICTED, BUT WHAT THE COMPANIES ADDICTED, BUT WHAT THE COMPANIES KNEW ABOUT THEIR OWN BEHAVIOR. KNEW ABOUT THEIR OWN BEHAVIOR. THIS IS WHAT THEY KNEW THEY WERE THIS IS WHAT THEY KNEW THEY WERE DOING. DOING. THEIR OWN DATA THEY PLUGGED IN. THEIR OWN DATA THEY PLUGGED IN. THEY KNEW. THEY KNEW. THIS COMPANY’S SPECK KNEW THEY THIS COMPANY’S SPECK KNEW THEY WERE SHIPPING 4.7 MILLION HIGHLY WERE SHIPPING 4.7 MILLION HIGHLY ADDICTIVE PILLS THAT YEAR INTO A ADDICTIVE PILLS THAT YEAR INTO A TOWN OF 4,000 PEOPLE. TOWN OF 4,000 PEOPLE. 4.7 MILLION PILLS? 4.7 MILLION PILLS? WAL-MART KNEW IT ALONE WAS WAL-MART KNEW IT ALONE WAS DISTRIBUTING 3.4 MILLION DISTRIBUTING 3.4 MILLION HIGHEELY ADDICTIVE PILLS INTO A HIGHEELY ADDICTIVE PILLS INTO A TOWN OF 4,000 PEOPLE. TOWN OF 4,000 PEOPLE. THE DATABASE REVEAL WHAT IS EACH THE DATABASE REVEAL WHAT IS EACH KNEW ABOUT THE NUMBER OF PILLS KNEW ABOUT THE NUMBER OF PILLS THEY WERE SHIPPING AND DISPENSE THEY WERE SHIPPING AND DISPENSE WHEN THEY WERE AWARE OF THOSE WHEN THEY WERE AWARE OF THOSE VOLUMES AND CASE AFTER CASE, THE VOLUMES AND CASE AFTER CASE, THE COMPANY ALLOWED THE DRUGS TO COMPANY ALLOWED THE DRUGS TO REACH THE STREETS OF COMMUNITIES REACH THE STREETS OF COMMUNITIES LARGE AND SMALL DESPITE RED LARGE AND SMALL DESPITE RED FLAGS THEY WERE BEING SOLD IN FLAGS THEY WERE BEING SOLD IN VIOLATION AND DIVERTED TO THE VIOLATION AND DIVERTED TO THE BLACK MARKET. BLACK MARKET. THEY HAVE BEEN REPORTEDING OUT THEY HAVE BEEN REPORTEDING OUT THE DETAILS THAT THEY PRIED THE DETAILS THAT THEY PRIED LOOSE FROM THE GOVERNMENT AND LOOSE FROM THE GOVERNMENT AND THEY TO THEIR CREDIT RELEASED IT THEY TO THEIR CREDIT RELEASED IT FOR EVERYONE TO SEE FOR YOUR OWN FOR EVERYONE TO SEE FOR YOUR OWN COMMUNITY. COMMUNITY. CLICK ON YOUR STATE AND COUNTY CLICK ON YOUR STATE AND COUNTY AND SEE THE NUMBER OF PILLS PER AND SEE THE NUMBER OF PILLS PER PERSON UNLEASHED ON YOUR PERSON UNLEASHED ON YOUR COMMUNITY. COMMUNITY. IT’S A REMARKABLE TOOL. IT’S A REMARKABLE TOOL. WE HAVE IT FOR SEVEN YEARS. WE HAVE IT FOR SEVEN YEARS. HOPEFULLY FOR EVERY YEAR. HOPEFULLY FOR EVERY YEAR. A LOT OF COMPANIES WANTED TO A LOT OF COMPANIES WANTED TO KEEP IT SECRET. KEEP IT SECRET. NOW WE ALL HAVE ACCESS THANKS TO NOW WE ALL HAVE ACCESS THANKS TO THE JOURNALISTS AND THANKS TO THE JOURNALISTS AND THANKS TO “THE WASHINGTON POST” AND WEST “THE WASHINGTON POST” AND WEST VIRGINIA’S CHARLESTON GAZETTE VIRGINIA’S CHARLESTON GAZETTE MAIL. MAIL. I DON’T KNOW IF YOU LOVE OR HATE I DON’T KNOW IF YOU LOVE OR HATE YOUR LOCAL PAPER OR DON’T YOUR LOCAL PAPER OR DON’T REMEMBER, BUT REGARDLESS, DO IT REMEMBER, BUT REGARDLESS, DO IT ANYWAY. ANYWAY. SUBSCRIBE TO YOUR LOCAL PAPER. SUBSCRIBE TO YOUR LOCAL PAPER. YOUR COUNTRY NEEDS YOU TO. YOUR COUNTRY NEEDS YOU TO. SEE OW MONDAY. SEE OW MONDAY. NOW JOY REED. NOW JOY REED. I TOOK YOUR FIRST 58 SECONDS. I TOOK YOUR FIRST 58 SECONDS.>>IT WAS VERY MUCH WORTH IT.>>IT WAS VERY MUCH WORTH IT. THIS IS DRUG DEALING AND YOU THIS IS DRUG DEALING AND YOU TRANSPORT THIS BACK, THESE ARE TRANSPORT THIS BACK, THESE ARE DRUG DEALERS. DRUG DEALERS. WE ARE TREATING IT BECAUSE IT’S WE ARE TREATING IT BECAUSE IT’S PRESCRIPTIONS, SOMETHING OTHER PRESCRIPTIONS, SOMETHING OTHER THAN DRUG DEALING. THAN DRUG DEALING. THIS IS MASSIVE NATIONAL DRUG THIS IS MASSIVE NATIONAL DRUG DEALING RINGS. DEALING RINGS.>>AT A CORPORATE SCALE AND WITH>>AT A CORPORATE SCALE AND WITH CORPORATE DATA MANAGEMENT TO CORPORATE DATA MANAGEMENT TO MATCH. MATCH. FOR WAL-MART TO KNOW, WAL-MART FOR WAL-MART TO KNOW, WAL-MART TO HIDE THE INFORMATION THAT TO HIDE THE INFORMATION THAT THEY HAVE 4,000 PEOPLE IN THEY HAVE 4,000 PEOPLE IN VIRGINIA, THEY SHIPPED 3.4 VIRGINIA, THEY SHIPPED 3.4 MILLION OPIOID PILLS INTO A TOWN MILLION OPIOID PILLS INTO A TOWN OF 4,000 PEOPLE OVER ONE YEAR. OF 4,000 PEOPLE OVER ONE YEAR. THEY KNEW THAT. THEY KNEW THAT. THEY HAD THAT INFORMATION AND THEY HAD THAT INFORMATION AND THEY DID IT ANYWAY AND IT GOT THEY DID IT ANYWAY AND IT GOT WORSE. WORSE. ALL THE COMPANIES KNEW IT AND WE ALL THE COMPANIES KNEW IT AND WE NEVER HAD THE DATA TO PROVE IT NEVER HAD THE DATA TO PROVE IT BEFORE. BEFORE.>>NOW WE DO AND WAL-MART IS>>NOW WE DO AND WAL-MART IS PREYING ON THE POOR. PREYING ON THE POOR. MASSIVE EPIDEMICS. MASSIVE EPIDEMICS. THEY KIND OF EXTRAPOLATE. THEY KIND OF EXTRAPOLATE. WHEN PEOPLE ARE ADDICTED, WHEN PEOPLE ARE ADDICTED, SOMETIMES THEY GO AND MIGRATE TO SOMETIMES THEY GO AND MIGRATE TO OTHER NARCOTICS. OTHER NARCOTICS. IT’S LIKE A COMBINATION OF THE IT’S LIKE A COMBINATION OF THE DRUG DEALING EPIDEMIC OF THE DRUG DEALING EPIDEMIC OF THE 1980s. 1980s. JUST CONSTANT DRUG DEALING. JUST CONSTANT DRUG DEALING. ALONG WITH THE TOBACCO INDUSTRY. ALONG WITH THE TOBACCO INDUSTRY. THEY KNEW IT WAS KILLING PEOPLE. THEY KNEW IT WAS KILLING PEOPLE. IT’S LIKE THOSE TWO SCANDALS IT’S LIKE THOSE TWO SCANDALS COMBINED. COMBINED.>>IT IS.>>IT IS. ACTUALLY THE LEGAL EFFORT AROUND ACTUALLY THE LEGAL EFFORT AROUND TRYING TO HOLD THE COMPANIES TO TRYING TO HOLD THE COMPANIES TO ACCOUNT PARALLELS THE TOBACCO ACCOUNT PARALLELS THE TOBACCO INDUSTRY INDUSTRY MORE THAN INDUSTRY INDUSTRY MORE THAN ANYTHING ELSE. ANYTHING ELSE. THE DIFFERENCE IS THAT THE PILLS THE DIFFERENCE IS THAT THE PILLS THAT WE ARE TALKING ABOUT AS THAT WE ARE TALKING ABOUT AS OPPOSED TO TOBACCO ARE ALL THE OPPOSED TO TOBACCO ARE ALL THE MORE DEADLY. MORE DEADLY.>>IT’S INSANE.>>IT’S INSANE.>>AND AMAZING WORK OF PUBLIC>>AND AMAZING WORK OF PUBLIC SERVICE JOURNALISM. SERVICE JOURNALISM.>>KEEP JOURNALISM GOING.

Naturally Repel Bugs With Pest-Off Essential Oil Insect Repellent By Plantlife

Naturally Repel Bugs With Pest-Off Essential Oil Insect Repellent By Plantlife


Hi! I’m Carolyn Scott-Hamilton, also known
as The Healthy Voyager. I’d like to share with you an incredible product called Pest-Off.
Pest-Off is a chemical and DEET free, 100% all natural insect repellent body oil manufactured
by Plantlife. This body oil repellent is a blend of pure plant and essential oils known
for their insect repelling properties. The natural ingredients not only give a layer
of insect protection for the skin, but the ingredients also leave the skin soft and fresh
smelling. Because this product uses only 100% pure plant ingredients, it is safe for daily
use, and is especially good for children for that very reason. It smells incredible and
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Can Feminine Hygiene Products Actually Lead to an Infection?


Feminine hygiene products are a booming industry with sales totaling over $2.7 billion, this year alone. That’s a lot of… That’s a lot of money. – Yeah. That’s a lotta hygiene products. That’s a lotta care down there, so to speak. Alright, while some products are a definite necessity, others are designed around the idea they make you feel fresh and clean. But could those nonessential products actually be putting you at greater risk of infection down there? And this all comes from a new Canadian study out of Ontario, where they found gel sanitizers were in fact associated with eight times higher risk of yeast infections, and a 20 times higher risk of bacterial infections. So, I will say, over all, we know that, when it comes to the genital region, less is more. And that area is just really, really sensitive. So when you’re putting these creams and gels and scented soaps, and you’re using all of this stuff, it can really irritate the area. And it can increase the probability of things like yeast infections or bacterial vaginosis, or bacterial infection, because you’re disrupting the natural balance between the good bacteria and bad bacteria in the vagina. And when you have bacterial infections, like bacterial vaginosis, it can increase the probability of sexually transmitted infections. So you want to be very careful. Overall, I would say, remember that your vagina is not supposed to smell like a rose garden. (laughing) It doesn’t need to have a fishy odor. You know, that can indicate an infection, but at the same time, have realistic expectations. Then if you notice… I’m like, “I don’t know.” (laughing) Well then! If you notice any odor or anything like that, you don’t wanna mask it. You really wanna go to the doctor so they can find the underlying cause. I would say be very careful. If you wanna use something like this, then make sure you’re adding one new product at a time, so that if you do have irritation, you know where that irritation is coming from. But, overall, I know you want your vagina to be the best it can possibly be. I know you’re trying to help, but you’re vagina really has it covered. Just some warm water, with a little unscented soap on the outside, if you must, is just fine. You really don’t need these things. So it sounds like women have their own natural rinse cycle, right? Absolutely, vaginal discharge. We do. Yeah, the secretions we perform actually really maintain that normal flora, so completely agree from the skin perspective. Unscented, undyed, really gentle products. But what I would say is, when you hear those numbers about 20 times and eight times the risk, remember the way this particular study was done, though I completely agree with everything you’re saying, was they, after the fact, asked women, “Were you using these products, “and did you have these infections.” So you can’t really assign causality here. We don’t know if women were using more of these products– To treat the infection, right. ’cause they already had infections. So there may be not entirely objectivity in terms of creating those numbers, but I think that anytime you disrupt that normal balance of flora, it’s so important just to know that your vagina doesn’t need it. And you can just maintain your cleanliness without adding a bunch of suds and duds. Yeah, if your vagina could talk, it would probably say, “Please stop.” (laughing) Exactly. It’d say, “Thank you very much.” “No thank you.” No thank you. If I may just interrupt for a second… (laughing) I love the vagina effect… Unfortunately, it had to come to an end at some point, but please. Well, you know what, just a moral story here. At the end, I think we’re using too many cleansers for everything. – [Andrew] Yes! You know, the body has natural bacteria. People that, you know, take all these high colonics, my end of it, you know, we just need to like, be a little bit more natural. And sometimes, you could do everything right, and that balance between the good bacteria and bad bacteria in your vagina can still get off. And in that case, you can go to the doctor, we can see what’s going on, and get you back on track. But, overall, these things really don’t help you.

What Would Happen If All The Bugs Died?

What Would Happen If All The Bugs Died?


Hey there and welcome to Life Noggin. I took a visit to your human world the other
day, and was surprised to see so many of these little creepy-crawly things roaming around. Being so tiny, they can’t have much of an
impact on Earth, right? The answer to that just might surprise you. So, just how important are insects and what
would happen if all of them died? At first glance, it may sound like a pretty
good thing. No wasps to sting you when you go outside,
no fleas to annoy our furry friends, and no cockroaches to scare the daylight out of you… man those things look like creepy little aliens!. And there’s even some larger-scale benefits
too. We could say goodbye to insects that are invasive
species, like gypsy moths and the asian longhorned beetle. No more insects should also lessen the spread
of insect-spread diseases, like malaria. According to the CDC, malaria is a mosquito-borne
disease that gives a flu-like illness that, if left untreated, can even lead to death. They estimated that around 429,000 people
died from malaria in 2015, so stopping the spread of diseases like this could go a long
way for our global health! The benefits could also spread to our agriculture,
as it would make it so that farmers would no longer need to use insecticides to protect
their crops. Different pesticides would most likely still
be used though, as there could still be other threats to the crops, like weeds or rodents. But without insects, there would probably
be far less plants and food to protect in the first place. This is because around 80 percent of the plants
in the world are angiosperms, which are flowering plants. They directly provide us nutrition in the
form of foods like potatoes, beans, wheat, and many different fruits, vegetables, and
nuts. They are also indirectly part of our plates
by being commonly used to feed the animals we farm. While these plants can be pollinated by things
like wind and other animals such as birds, insects are often vital for their pollination. Common insect pollinators include bees, butterflies,
and beetles. Without another way to pollinate these flowering
plants, we could lose out on a pretty big supply of food! Losing out on insects would likely have a
widespread domino effect of making it harder for other animals to survive, which would
then make it harder for us to survive. Not just from their pollination contributions,
but insects themselves are also widely apart of the diet of animals like frogs, birds,
lizards, and many more! Adding up all the little things that insects
do for the planet both directly and indirectly could really lead us down a rabbit hole of
awfulness if they all died. That, and according to the UK’s Living With
Environmental Change Partnership, the global crop production attributable to insect pollination
was estimated to be worth about $215 billion dollars in 2005. That’s a lot of money! You could probably buy a couple of avocados
at Whole Foods with that much dough. Losing insects might also make it a little
harder for all my aspiring Sherlock Holmes out there. That’s because insects are drawn to a decomposing
body and may lay eggs in it. Through the study of insects and developing
larval stages, forensic scientists can estimate how long since a person died, changes in corpse
positions, and further insight into the cause of death. It’s super creepy to think about. So did any of this surprise you? Did you know such tiny things could be so
important? Let me know in the comments below! Make sure you come back every Monday for a
brand new video. As always, I’m Blocko and this has been
Life Noggin. Don’t forget to keep on thinking!

Iggy Azalea Eats Kangaroo and Talks New Playboi Carti Album | Disgustingly Healthy | Men’s Health


– I literally wouldn’t care if you asked to see my butt hole. I would do it before I would eat this. (piano music with a rhythmic drumbeat) What’s up, guys? It’s me, Iggy, and I’m here
with Men’s Health today to play Disgustingly Healthy. I have to taste test all of these disgustingly healthy
Australian-themed meals or, if I’m not game enough to try them, answer what’s probably going
to be a terrible question. So, let’s see how I go. Okay, plate number one, let’s see. That looks really mummified. Emu jerky. I don’t really wanna eat,
like, Outback delicacies. Yeah, I can’t do it, so I don’t even care what the question is, I’m gonna answer it. You said you once lost 15
pounds in a week by twerking. Rate the following twerkers: Cardi B, Nicki Minaj, Miley Cyrus. Well, Miley Cyrus is the
skinniest of all these people, so maybe that means she’s the best twerker because she’s lost the
most weight doing it. Next. Why is this all disgusting jerky? I don’t think this is
disgustingly healthy, this is just disgustingly disgusting! Python jerky? I’m not eating a snake, no. Like, I would vomit if I ate that. Why did your album take so long? Because I’m a procrastinator, okay? I’m a Gemini and I can
never make a decision really about anything. I say things and I take them back, and I say them and I take them back. It’s my personality and that’s
what I do with my album, so maybe I’ll hate it
next month, who knows? It’s kinda what I do. Next. Oh, this looks like something
I like, a hamburger. This seems too good too be true. Oh, a kangaroo burger. That’s fine, I’ll actually
eat a kangaroo burger. I have no problem eating kangaroo. Do I wanna eat this though?
It tastes like dog food. I mean, it smells like it. I’ll just have a little bite of this. Hm, it’s fine, it just
tastes like red meat. This is good, I’ll pack this to go. The next thing is, I don’t even know, but that’s disgusting. I don’t like to eat things
out of a can, uh-uh. It says mutton, that’s a lamb. Like an old lamb, isn’t it? I literally wouldn’t care if you asked to see my butt hole. I would do it before I would eat this. This is so gross. (gagging) Smells like wet dog food. Which of your exes can
bench press the most weight? Oh, well half of these
people aren’t even my ex. I’ve never dated any of these guys. I don’t even know them, I’ve never even seen them in the street. The only person I’ve ever
dated is Playboi Carti and I don’t know anybody else, so don’t ask me about them. Next. (sighs) That looks really gross. I can tell that it’s
Vegemite, which is fine, but there seems like there’s a dead insect spider thing on it. Vegemite toast with a tarantula. I don’t really want to eat a spider, but would it make me
more a badass if I did? Would I get a point for that? I don’t know. Would you rather write
a song with Azalea Banks or go on a date with Nick
Young at Outback Steakhouse. Hmm. Suddenly, this toast isn’t looking so bad. I’m gonna smell it. I might eat this. Should I eat it? Yeah, I have to think about
this for a bit, I’m not ready. I’ve gotta work myself up. I love Vegemite, that’s the
thing, so it’s like, mm, there’s something about
this that you like! And something about this that you don’t! I’m not eating that part. The legs look a little scary. Maybe the back part? This looks like it’s just a raisin. All right, it’s a raisin. It’s just a raisin! (thunder crashes) Honestly? It just tastes like Vegemite. Mm, it has a very metallic
aftertaste that’s happening now. It tastes like I licked metal. I ate a Vegemite sandwich and
then I licked a metal pole. That’s how I’d describe that. That was fine, that was great, I’d love to have some more of that later. Oh! See, now this is like a classic dish with a twist, I see. Fairy bread for fairies! When you have a birthday
party in Australia, people always make this bread and it has butter on it and
then you dip it in sprinkles. I love fairy bread. I haven’t had it for a long time, but it seems like this fairy bread has something evil on it. I don’t know what that is. Maybe like, a worm, little worms? Fairy bread with termites. When is “Whole Lotta Red” dropping? (laughs) Do you know I get trolled with
this question all the time? I’m never gonna tell you when “Whole Lotta Red”
is dropping, you guys. Nice try. I can tell you “Whole
Lotta Red” is amazing and it’s next level and it’s way better than anything any of the other people out
here are doing, for real. It’s like (clicks tongue). But I can’t tell you when it’s coming out. And I don’t think I wanna eat this. Maybe I’ll sniff it. Hmm, what do termites do, eat wood? That’s not that bad. I’ll
just have a little bite where there’s not as many termites. For you. ‘Cause I love you. I’m lucky my boyfriend’s
not seeing me today. He’d be like, “We can’t kiss for a month”. I’ll try it. It’s already gonna be crunchy, so. (crunching) This tastes like I’m at a party, I’m having fun, I’m gonna play pass the parcel. This is fine, it just tastes like you dropped your fairy bread in dirt. (trumpet fanfare) So, my least disgusting
is kangaroo burger. This is fine. It just tastes like a regular beef patty. The most disgusting is this. Like, if you eat this,
you’re a sick individual. It’s truly evil. (slow jazz music)