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Review: 2015.5 Volvo V60 T5 AWD Cross Country

Way back in 1998, Volvo introduced a variant of its V70 wagon that has since become nearly as iconic as the Volvo Wagon itself: the Cross Country.A The intervening years saw nomenclature changes eschew the “Cross Country” name, simply calling the vehicle V70 XC, and then XC70.A Seventeen years later, Volvo has revived the Cross Country nameplate […]

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Armchair Executive: Is There A Market For An Analog Luxury Car?

This is the weekly series where you, the Autosavant commentariat, are invited to take the reins of the auto industry, for at least as long as it takes you to write a comment. Itas all the responsibility, with none of the compensation! Being a child of the 1980s, it shouldnat come as any surprise that […]

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Armchair Executive: Where Should We Move Our U.S. Headquarters?

This is the weekly series where you, the Autosavant commentariat, are invited to take the reins of the auto industry, for at least as long as it takes you to write a comment. Itas all the responsibility, with none of the compensation! Scarcely a month after being appointed president of Cadillac, Johan de Nysschen (formerly […]

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Review: 2015 Subaru Legacy 2.5i Premium

Back in 2009, I had the chance to review the all-new fifth-generation Subaru Legacy, and the vehicle I reviewed was the 2010 Subaru Legacy 2.5i Premium. Six years later, I found myself behind the wheel of the sixth-generation 2015 Legacy 2.5i Premium, which is all new for 2015 model year. As with the previous generation […]

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Armchair Executive: What New Safety Feature Would You Push To Be Mandatory In The US?

This is the weekly series where you, the Autosavant commentariat, are invited to take the reins of the auto industry, for at least as long as it takes you to write a comment. Itas all the responsibility, with none of the compensation! Almost a year ago plus a couple days, the National Highway Traffic Safety […]

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Armchair Executive: Why Even Bother With Auto Shows?

This is the weekly series where you, the Autosavant commentariat, are invited to take the reins of the auto industry, for at least as long as it takes you to write a comment. Itas all the responsibility, with none of the compensation! Scarcely a couple of weeks before opening day, news outlets received a terse […]

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Armchair Executive: What Would You Do If The New Car Market Imploded?

This is the weekly series where you, the Autosavant commentariat, are invited to take the reins of the auto industry, for at least as long as it takes you to write a comment. Itas all the responsibility, with none of the compensation! I grew up in a household which, by and large, respected the value […]

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Armchair Executive: Which Untapped Future Automotive Segments Are Ripe For The Picking?

Iad like to introduce a weekly series where you, the Autosavant commentariat, are invited to take the reins of the auto industry, for at least as long as it takes you to write a comment. Itas all the responsibility, with none of the compensation! We live in interesting times. Converging automotive technologies (like drivetrain electrification, […]

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NAIAS 2015 Day One Recap

Day one of the 2015 North American International Auto Show (or NAIAS, or the Detroit Auto Show) is behind us, and we’ve racked up a significant number of steps on our FitBit (13,462 and counting as of this writing) and have seen some awesome cars. You can get details from the press releases and other […]

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Book Review: Incredible Lego Technic Cars, Trucks, Robots & More

Editor’s Note: I have always loved Legos and have built hundreds of models over the years. I have shared that enthusiasm with my sons, ages nine and seven. When offered a chance to reviewA Incredible Lego Technic Cars, Trucks, Robots & More by Pawel “Sariel” Kmiec, I thought it would be fun to have my nine […]

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U.S. Court Rules that "Gruyere" Is a Generic Term

Periodically, I like to start fights with Europeans on Twitter about geographical indications. It's not a perfect breakdown by country/continent, but it mostly lines up as a "new world" vs. "old world" fight. Recently I started a good one based...

Katherine Tai on WTO Dispute Settlement Reform

U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai spoke today at an event hosted by The Institute of International and European Affairs. Here is something she said on WTO dispute settlement reform: On dispute settlement, ... I think that we need to come...

Congress' Sense of the WTO, as Articulated in USICA

I found the "sense of Congress" on various WTO issues in the Senate's United States Innovation and Competition Act of 2021 bill to be interesting, and it made me wonder about the process for coming up with this part of...

Biden Administration Thinking about COOL Again

This is from a White House fact sheet from Monday: Issue new aProduct of USAa labeling rules so that consumers can better understand where their meat comes from. Under current labeling rules, meat can be labeled aProduct of USAa if...

The Iran Deal: As the Vienna Talks Resume With a Focus on Economic Sanctions Relief, A Look Back at Snapback

Tomorrow, negotiators from the parties to the original Iran Deal, the JCPOA, will return to Vienna to continue talks on restoring the accord that was broken by the Trump Administration. In the coming days and weeks, the focus will move...

What Was the Purpose and Intent of the USMCA?

This is from the first USMCA Chapter 31 panel report, on Canada -Dairy TRQs, circulated today: c) Purpose and Intent of the Treaty As the Preamble to the Treaty explains, the Parties resolved to promote trade between the signatory states...

Fit for Whose Purpose?: How Panelists Interpret Labor Rights in Trade, and What That Tells Us about the Trade/Labor Relationship

While many of us were celebrating the holidays with family, an important law review article dropped silently and inconspicuously into the fray. That article, Fit for Purpose: The Extent and Enforcement of International Trade Agreement Labor Obligations After Guatemala a...

Taking Stock of the Vienna Talks on a Restored Iran Nuclear Deal

As negotiators interrupted the 8th round of talks on restoring the JCPOA for the New Year's holiday, the mood in Vienna ranged from confidence that the bargaining would continue until an agreement is reached, to more cautious statements of hopefulness...

Of Carrots and Sticks:Why Economics Sanctions Relief is the Only Way Forward With Iran-the Threat of Force is Delusional

Recently on this blog, Ruti Teitel and I suggested some ideas for persuading Iran's leaders that economic sanctions relief in return for restored nuclear curbs can be of durable economic benefit for the country-even on the nightmare scenario of a...

Applying the Mandatory/Discretionary Distinction to the EU's Anti-Coercion Instrument

I've been thinking about the mandatory/discretionary distinction because it came up in the panel report in the recent U.S. - Olives from Spain case (which was adopted by the DSB today, i.e., not appealed into the void by the U.S.,...

A Seventh Agreement To Use the MPIA

As readers can probably tell, I'm using this blog to track all the WTO disputes for which there have been agreed procedures between the parties for using the Multi-Party Interim Appeal Arbitration Arrangement (MPIA). See this link for the whole...

What Are the Core Trade Principles of the Biden Administration?

I'm trying to understand the core trade principles of the Biden administration, and I'm a bit puzzled. Based on various statements by U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai and others in recent months, I would have thought the dominant view was...

Binding Precedent and Precedential Value

The WTO panel report in India - Sugar and Sugarcane, circulated earlier this week, has a number of interesting passages about the role of precedent. They are a bit disconnected, and for some of them all I have is the...

From Grievances to Guarantees: Getting to Yes in the Iran Nuclear Talks

(This post is co-authored with Ruti Teitel, Ernst C. Stiefel Professor of Comparative Law at New York Law School and a Life Member of the Council on Foreign Relations) After a long hiatus that followed a change in Iranas political...

Non-Discrimination and the EV Tax Credits in the Build Back Better Act

There has been a lot of Twitter discussion about the possibility that the electric vehicle (EV) tax credits in the Build Back Better Act violate USMCA or WTO obligations. There are actually three components to these tax credits, and I...

Countering the "Unfettered Liberalization" Narrative

At a U.S. Chamber of Commerce event today, U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai said the following: But I think that we have pursued a really unfettered liberalization policy for the past many years and decades. And it is part of...

Angela Ellard on Misperceptions in the US/Capitol Hill about the WTO

At an AEI/Brookings event yesterday, WTO DDG Angela Ellard spoke and offered some interesting insights into how people in the U.S. (and elsewhere) misunderstand the WTO: Neena Shenai: I wanted to turn to your perspectives on the WTO, given your...

Tweaking the MPIA Procedures

The Multi-Party Interim Appeal Arbitration Arrangement Pursuant To Article 25 of the DSU is here. Annex 1 contains a set of Agreed Procedures that can be used for these arbitrations. Interestingly, the procedures agreed to recently in specific WTO disputes...

Guest Post: The Worst of Two Worlds: Why the US Blueprint for a Transatlantic Climate Club Authored by Todd Tucker & Tim Meyer Must Be Binned Immediately

This is a guest post by David Kleimann, PhD, writing in personal capacity. He wishes to thank Aaron Cosbey and Simon Lester for helpful comments on an early draft of this post. All errors remain the authoras alone. He would...

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AITH Podcast: The Final Episode

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast is coming to an end. This is it fifes--the final episode of the Arrow in the Head podcast! But before we get all morose (i.e., drunk), we have a lot of shenanigans to get through before we leave. For one thing, Eric wraps up his final days of his 31 Days of Horror, giving a certain INVISIBLE MAN (12:38) the honor of being the best of the month. Eric also checks out his twin brother Bill Pullman in BRAIN DAMAGE (25:08) and fifes all over it... because it also features the great Bill Paxton. It might be the last show, but that doesn't mean we forgot about our John Carpenter retrospective! We talk the greatness that is Carpenter, from IN THE MOUTH OF MADNESS (50:16) all the way back to his first feature-length film ASSAULT ON PRECINCT 13 (1:05:15). AND... that's it. To our loyal listeners, thanks for being there all these years, we have a High Life (or six) in your honor. Farewell, fifes! GRAVEYARD SHIFT forever!

AITH Podcast: The Halloween Show with special guest PJ Soles!

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast is proud to present our Halloween episode... with special celebrity guest PJ Soles! We talk to PJ about the newly-released 35th Anniversary Blu-ray version of HALLOWEEN (21:00) and we even get her insight into the new CARRIE remake. After we part ways with PJ, we dive into all sorts of Halloween horror goodness, including HALLOWEEN III: SEASON OF THE WITCH (58:29), THE SHINING, PLANET TERROR, classic Universal monster movies, and POLTERGEIST! But wait, there's more! Eric finally takes on PARANORMAN (1:18:15), and we dish on our Halloween traditions! And to cap it all off, we finally give our two cents on the latest season of THE WALKING DEAD (2:03:13)! It's Halloween here at the AITH Podcast and we couldn't e happier--so sit back, grab your pumpkin ale, get on your costume, and listen in on this very special episode of the AITH Podcast!

AITH Podcast: The Shout Factory Extravaganza!

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast gets into bed with The Shout Factory and have nothing but praise to give the biggest and best thing to happen to retro horror movies in the last decade! In this episode, we talk about the Shout Factory's releases of THE FOG, THE HOWLING, DEADLY BLESSING, PRISON, LIFEFORCE, THE BURNING, HALLOWEEN 2, HALLOWEEN 3, PRINCE OF DARKNESS, THEY LIVE, DAWN OF THE DEAD, THE FUNHOUSE, TERROR TRAIN, PSYCHO II, PSYCHO III, THE VAMPIRE LOVERS, DEATH VALLEY, THE INCREDIBLE MELTING MAN, I COME IN PEACE, SCANNERS 2, SCANNERS 3, TERROR VISION, THE VIDEO DEAD, THE AMITYVILLE HORROR TRILOGY, and so much more! Is it possible we're able to cover all of these epic releases in one podcast? You're goddamn right it's possible, and we do so with flying colors. So sit back, relax, and prepare to fall in love with The Shout Factory in this week's episode of the AITH Podcast!

AITH Podcast: Everything Stephen King is discussed, plus AHS: Coven and All the Boys Love Mandy Lane!

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast love Halloween and Stephen King so much that we decided to have a show where we talk about King and all of his awesome goodness as we gear up towards Halloween! But first, we take a good look at the first episode of AMERICAN HORROR STORY COVEN (4:25), which shows more promise than the previous season. Then we dive into the original CARRIE (9:53) and bask in its glow of awesomeness... and dread what the remake has instore for us. We also talk about King's sequel to THE SHINING called DOCTOR SLEEP (26:35), which is King doing what King does best. All that, plus we talk THE MIST, DREAMCATCHER, GRAVEYARD SHIFT, TRUCKS, 1408, ROOM 237, SALEM'S LOT, SILVER BULLET, and so much more! Then gives us a ton of movies to round out his 31 Days of Horror, including ALL THE BOYS LOVE MANDY LANE (1:05:07), which didn't live up to its hype (in Eric's opinion). All this and so much more in this week's episode of The AITH Podcast... tune in now!

AITH Podcast: Curse of Chucky plus the entire Chucky franchise reviewed!

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast hangs out with Chucky this week as we talk the entire Chucky collection, from CHILD'S PLAY all the way through CURSE OF CHUCKY. We talk the cheesy greatness of CHILD'S PLAY 2 (12:46), the lackluster CHILD'S PLAY 3, the comical BRIDE OF CHUCKY, the shitty SEED OF CHUCKY, and end things right by talking the new and improved CURSE OF CHUCKY (49:53). After so much Chuck, it's hard to believe we have anything else, but we do! Eric takes on I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE 2 (1:06:11), GRAVITY, EMBRACE OF THE VAMPIRE, and MACHETE KILLS (1:11:03), and Ammon talks some TV with SLEEPY HOLLOW and the lame season finale to UNDER THE DOME. Is this too much Chucky for one to handle in a single podcast? Hold on to your butts, it's gonna be an epic ride!

AITH Podcast: Fright Night 2, plus our Killer Clown show!

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast kicks off the official first podcast of October right with our Killer Clown theme show! We talk all things killer clown movies, including KILLER KLOWNS FROM OUTER SPACE (8:14), STEPHEN KING'S IT, POLTERGEIST, DRIVE-THRU, CLOWN TOWN (18:55), and STITCHES (25:37), with dips into HOUSE OF FEAR and SCARY OR DIE and many others! Then Eric gives us a frightening look at this week's big release: FRIGHT NIGHT 2 (49:12), which is surprisingly worse than you'd expect. And Ammon fifes all over ROSEMARY'S BABY (58:34), as well as other re-visits to the horror era of the 1970s. All this and so much more on this very Fall episode of the AITH Podcast!

AITH Podcast: Prisoners, World War Z, Warm Bodies, and Alfred Hitchcock flicks!

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast is full into Fall and inching ever forward towards the greatest time of year: October and the Halloween festivities. To start things off, we look at all things Alfred Hitchcock by taking on his 1972 serial killer flick FRENZY (5:15), as well as touch on other titles like THE BIRDS, PSYCHO, and even the PSYCHO remake (17:30). Then Eric gives us his take on the superbly intense thriller PRISONERS (30:35), of which he gives his seal of approval. Ammon has a weekend of zombie madness and finally checks out WORLD WAR Z (37:05) and WARM BODIES (43:45), though he likes one way more than the other. So be sure to tune in to hear all that, plus we preview the weeks ahead and talk our Pumpkin Ale's of choice in this week's episode of the AITH Podcast!

AITH Podcast: Insidious: Chapter 2, Friday the 13th, classic Universal Monster movies!

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast kicks off Halloween Season Eve by bringing the results to last week's question: what is better, FRIDAY THE 13TH PART 5 or PART 6 (7:59)? The people have spoken and the answer may surprise you. We both make it out to see INSIDIOUS: CHAPTER 2 (23:31) and there's some fifing going on, but not as much as you might expect. Then we dive into the Universal Monster movies of the 30s, 40s, and 50s, and take on such classics as THE BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN (59:47), THE WOLF MAN, THE INVISIBLE MAN, THE MUMMY, and DRACULA (1:00:15), putting us in the right state of mind of the Halloween season. So sit back, relax, and give a listen to this week's special episode of the AITH Podcast!

AITH Podcast: Riddick, Frogs, Slugs, and a Friday the 13th Debate!

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast is celebrating Friday the 13th and the unofficial kick-off to the Halloween movie-watching season this week with a few killer animal flicks, a few Jason Voorhees flicks, and a modest-budgeted Vin Diesel flick! First up, FROGS (16:00), about killer amphibious creatures starring the great Sam Elliot before his mustache. Then we continue the fun times with SLUGS (27:25), an equally good time with double the gory money-shots as FROGS with even more slimy nastiness going for it. Then Eric tells us all about RIDDICK (39:23) and whether it's worth your money or not, and we have a heated FRIDAY THE 13TH debate: which is better, PART 5 or PART 6 (49:18). It's up to you to vote and see which one of us is right. All this, plus the ROBOCOP trailer and a preview to the week's ahead in this very special Friday the 13th episode of the AITH Podcast!

AITH Podcast: The Hole, 10 to Midnight, Sand Sharks, and Jurassic Park

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast tries and fails again to stick with a theme show of their own devices, this time it's horror trapped in a confined space. We do talk about THE HOLE (5:58) at great lengths, as well as other movies like THE DIVIDE, CUBE, and DEVIL, but we still see ourselves as failures. Eric takes on Charles Bronson vs. a serial killer in 10 TO MIDNIGHT (33:10) and finally has a chance to watcher Podcast favorite Brooke Hogan be all that she can be in SAND SHARKS (28:38). Meanwhile, Ammon takes on THE EXPERIMENT, and revisits DREDD, CABIN IN THE WOODS, THE LAST STAND, and the mother of all revisits, JURASSIC PARK (39:50). And yeah, he has a fantastic time with all of them. So sit back , relax, and enjoy the latest episode of the AITH Podcast! You won't be disappointed!

AITH Podcast: Devil's Pass, R.I.P.D, The Initiation, and Carrie reviews!

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast is going back to school in the most figurative way possible as we take on horror movies that take place at school... or at least, we try. So we take on THE INITIATION (4:53) and drool over Daphne Zuniga, and we even catch a glimpse of George Clooney in RETURN TO HORROR HIGH (15:38), but nothing holds a candle to the mother of all horror high school flicks, CARRIE (20:08! We also take on the latest Renny Harlin flick which also happens to be a found footage movie called DEVIL'S PASS (36:07), which was good... until it wasn't. Ammon catches R.I.P.D. and doesn't hate it, and Eric has a surprise review that you'll only find here around the 55 minute mark (but he's embargoed so he can't really talk about it). All this and so much more on this week's episode of the AITH Podcast!

AITH Podcast: My Amityville Horror and the Amityville Horror franchise discussed!

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast is at its drunkest yet as we take on the grindhouse classic EATEN ALIVE (10:02) from director Tobe Hooper and revel at how insanely nasty and dirty it is. We then take on Richard Matheson's THE LEGEND OF HELL HOUSE (15:32) for the week's Netflix Movie of the Week. But wait--there's more! Like getting down and dirty with MY AMITYVILLE HORROR (26:32), a flick that shows just how nuts the whole Lutz family was and how it's more likely than not the whole thing was a hoax. Which gets us gettin' deep with the entire AMITYVILLE franchise including the ridiculously bad 2005 remake (37:15). They made 8 movies in the series? Our minds are quite literally blown away. Finally, we touch a bit on OLYMPUS HAS FALLEN (awesome) and update the listeners that UNDER THE DOME is still a pile of crap. Yup, all this and so much more in this week's epic episode of the AITH Podcast! - See more at: http://www.joblo.com/manage/arrow/news.php?mode=arrow&action=preview&id=41202#sthash.fSoVlJuq.dpuf

AITH Podcast: Dead Silence, Barracuda, From Dusk Till Dawn, and Karen Black remembered!

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast is back and drunker than ever before as we try and read some fan mail written by some of our most intoxicated of fans (thanks Jordan!). We also take on this week's Instant Queue movie BARRACUDA (13:44), which had promise but ended up failing miserably. Eric tributes the late great Karen Black by checking out a few of her movies, including the haunted house flick BURNT OFFERINGS (26:10). Ammon can't get enough of creepy dolls, scary ghosts, or James Wan, so he re-visits the highly underrated ventriloquist flick DEAD SILENCE (30:43) and is so glad that he did. He also hits up FROM DUSK TILL DAWN (36:24) and is happy to say the flick still holds up. All this and UNDER THE DOME still sucks ass... so grab a drink and listen to this week's episode of the AITH Podcast! - See more at: http://www.joblo.com/manage/arrow/news.php?mode=arrow&action=preview&id=41068#sthash.4RXZOcN4.dpuf

AITH Podcast: The Conjuring and the scariest movies ever, plus Elysium!

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast is excited to take on THE CONJURING (4:41), one of the best, if not THE BEST horror movies of the year (at least, according to Ammon). We then dive into our picks for the scariest movie experiences ever (24:15) and wind up scaring ourselves in the process. Our Netflix Instant Movie of the Week is NOT OF THIS EARTH (1:03:29) and is as awesome as we thought it might be (Jim Wynorski, you're our hero!). Ammon also has a chance to check out THE LAST EXORCISM PART II (57:45) and Eric takes on ELYSIUM (53:31). All this and more as we play a little game of Hide and Clap on this week's very special episode of the AITH Podcast!

AITH Podcast: No One Lives, The Purge, and Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters!

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast goes crazy and watches a bunch of shit this week... which, in hindsight, is pretty much what we do EVERY week. But this week we take on NO ONE LIVES (12:30) and chuckle over how much bigger star Luke Evans is now than when he made this movie. We also take on this week's Instant Queue Movie fof the Week BAY OF BLOOD (5:30), which Eric dug for it's Mario Bava-ness, and Ammon loathed for its boring-ness. Then Ammon poops all over THE PURGE (34:45), calling it the worst movie he's seen this summer (and maybe all year), and yet is pleasantly surprised by how much "fun" HANSEL & GRETEL: WITCH HUNTERS (47:44) turned out to be. All this and so much more on this week's episode of the AITH Podcast!

AITH Podcast: Comic-Con 2013 recap! You're Next, At World's End, More!

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast gives a full-on report from San Diego as Eric relays his experience at this year's Comic-Con 2013! So many movies reviewed, including YOU'RE NEXT (1:52), ESCAPE PLAN, and AT WORLD'S END (7:14)! So many panels and movie news to discuss, including GODZILLA, the new 300 movie, WARCRAFT, and some silly werewolf shit called WOLVES. If you wanted to hear first-person about what it's like to be at Comic-Con, then this is your chance! Then we dive into this week's Netflix Instant Queue movie of the week THE ABCs OF DEATH (39:25), which had about 2 segments worth watching... out of 26. And finally, Ammon gives Sylvester Stallone a chance with BULLET TO THE HEAD (51:30), but no matter how hard he tried... he pretty much hated it. So hunker down and download this week's episode of the AITH Podcast! You'll be happy you did!

AITH Podcast: Pacific Rim, Mimic, Hellboy, and Evil Dead discussed!

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast fifes all over Guillermo del Toro in this very special edition of the AITH Podcast! First up, we take on Mira Sorvino in MIMIC (3:24), a creepy little genre flick that still holds up after all these years. We also take on THE DEVIL'S BACKBONE, HELLBOY, BLADE 2, HELLBOY II: THE GOLDEN ARMY, and... of course... PACIFIC RIM (18:39)! Does Eric love it? Does he hate it? You gotta tune in to find out. Eric also has an EXCLUSIVE first look review of this Friday's R.I.P.D. (35:56)! Is it worth your hard-earned money? Again... you gotta tune in, yo! Plus, Ammon checks out the new EVIL DEAD remake (42:44), a movie he's already calling his favorite horror movie of 2013! All this and so much more on this week's episode of the AITH Podcast!

AITH Podcast: 6 Souls, our Hannibal recap, and Under the Dome!

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast promises an exciting episode of TV shenanigans spiced with horror and other cool shite. But first, we dive into Julianne Moore's latest supernatural thriller 6 SOULS (8:30) as this week's Netflix Instant Queue movie of the week, andA well, it wasn't as bad as HELLGATE! Then we take on some serious TV as we discuss our final thoughts on the first season of HANNIBAL (20:52), especially the eventful season finale. Then we get into ABC's Stephen King mini-series UNDER THE DOME (35:13) and are scratching our heads as to why we even give a f*ck at this point. And finally, Ammon gets all trashy in the living nightmare known as SPRING BREAKERS (51:18). All this and so much more in this week's episode of the AITH Podcast! - See more at: http://www.joblo.com/manage/arrow/news.php?mode=arrow&action=preview&id=40579#sthash.IraggcvK.dpuf

AITH Podcast: Reviews of Zombie High, VHS2, Under the Dome, and Stoker!

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast is rocking the summer vacation harder than ever before as we review the high school "horror comedy" ZOMBIE HIGH (5:33) and wonder how it is that all these high school kids are like 30 years old. Ammon takes on VHS2 (18:35) and digs it more than part 1, while Eric takes on Park Chan-Wook's STOKER (29:30), where he effectively fifes all over its face. TV is going strong this summer, as we take on UNDER THE DOME (34:44) and preview the finale of HANNIBAL. All this and so much more on this week's episode of The AITH Podcast!

AITH Podcast: Reviews of World War Z, Hellgate, plus Silent Hill Revelations!

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast stumbles into a shit sandwich of utter and complete garbage this week, starting with our Netflix Instant Queue choice, HELLGATE (11:56). What a waste of time. Then Ammon continues the punishment by checking out HOUSE AT THE END OF THE STREET (21:35) and SILENT HILL REVELATIONS (30:56), both of which were not very good movies (i.e, they both sucked ass). Eric gives us his thoughts on the suprisingly entertaining WORLD WAR Z (41:57), thus making his week less of a waste of time than Ammon's. All this and so much more on this week's episode of the AITH Podcast! - See more at: http://www.joblo.com/manage/arrow/news.php?mode=arrow&action=preview&id=40370#sthash.FxgsbafA.dpuf

AITH Podcast: The obscure 80s horror show! The Vineyard, The Uninvited, Superstition, more!

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast welcomes a very special guest this week, Facebook fan Patrick Grenko joins the program to discuss his thoughts on some of the most obscure 80s horror flicks you've ever seen. We take on James Hong's THE VINEYARD (6:59), the cat-tastic horror-at-sea romp THE UNINVITED (23:55), and the classic birthday flick, HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO ME (36:48). Plus, we go in depth on shit like SUPERSTITION (44:28), THE CHILDREN, BLOOD HOOK, PIN, FORTRESS, MORTUARY, and of course, GRAVEYARD SHIFT. Yes folks, be prepared to hear about a bunch of awesome horror flicks you've never seen nor heard of! - See more at: http://www.joblo.com/manage/arrow/news.php?mode=arrow&action=preview&id=40263#sthash.C4dttJSi.dpuf

AITH Podcast: Reviews of Hatchet 3, VHS 2, Rodentz and The Killing!

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast comes at you with two (count them, two) reviews for new and upcoming VOD horror releases, as well as some recaps of horror TV, and even a chat about killer rat movie. Yep, it's gonna be one of those episodes! First up, we talk about RODENTZ (9:34) and how crappy / awesome a 7 foot giant rat can be. Then Eric gives us the scoop on V/H/S 2 (23:06) and HATCHET 3 (31:24), one of which is pretty good and the other is horrendously terrible. Then Ammon lets loose about the latest season of THE KILLING (38:32), and we summarize our thoughts on the first season of BATES MOTEL now that it wrapped like 5 weeks ago already. All this and so much in this very special episode of the AITH Podcast! - See more at: http://www.joblo.com/manage/arrow/news.php?mode=arrow&action=preview&id=40205#sthash.qqaraS0S.dpuf

AITH Podcast: The home invasion show! Funny Games, The Purge, Dark Skies, More!

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast gets invaded this week as we take on Home Invasion flicks like it's nobodies business. We start things off classy with FUNNY GAMES (1:45), then move on to more contemporary home invasion flicks like THE STRANGERS (11:50). And after we throw around other titles like STRAW DOGS, MOTHER'S DAY, CHERRY TREE LANE, and KIDNAPPED, Eric gives us an early review of this week's new release THE PURGE (21:00). And what's crazier than a home invasion flick? How about one where the invading is from aliens? Ammon gives us his take on DARK SKIES (32:00). All this and so much more on this week's episode of The AITH Podcast!

AITH Podcast: The Alien rip-off show with Creature, The Rig, and Leviathan!

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast goes all-out ALIEN rip-off mode in this episode, where we go out and find as many ALIEN-wannabes as we can find. Starting with the Netflix Instant Queue Movie of the Week CREATURE (5:42). Ammon takes on The Asylum's ALIEN VS. HUNTER (15:27), and we both discuss how LEVIATHAN (17:27) is way better than it should be. Other flicks that we end up choking down this week include THE RIG, PROTEUS, XTRO, DEEP STAR SIX, and... ALIEN 2 ON EARTH (26:19). Plus, we give our thoughts on the new RIDDICK trailer and give a glimpse as to what to expect for next week's show! All this and so much more on this episode of The AITH Podcast!

AITH Podcast: The STD Sequel Show! Howling 3&4, Tremors 2&3, plus Texas Chainsaw and More!

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast has a huge hard-on for shitty straight to DVD (STD) sequels, and we go all-out crazy for them this episode, starting with THE HOWLING 3: THE MARSUPIALS (5:10) and THE HOWLING 4: THE ORIGINAL NIGHTMARE! Then we take on a few of the TREMORS sequels (27:14) as well as the FROM DUSK TILL DAWN movies (29:42). But that's not all, we go deep in the DRACULA 2000 franchise, the LEPRECHAUN franchise, the PROPHECY franchise, and even the STARSHIP TROOPERS franchise... nothing is safe! Plus, Ammon gives his take on TEXAS CHAINSAW (48:09)! All this and so much more on this very special sequel-centric episode of The AITH Podcast!

AITH Podcast: The Troma Show! Toxic Avenger and Surf Nazis, plus Shakma, Black Rock, more!

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast takes on the house that Troma built with a look at some of their biggest hits, including THE TOXIC AVENGER (6:14), CLASS OF NUKE 'EM HIGH, and of course... SURF NAZIS MUST DIE (14:15)! Eric reviews some truly awesom baboon slasher flick known as SHAKMA (36:26) and gives us a look at the week's latest VOD release, BLACK ROCK (53:00). Plus, we get a look at STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS and OBLIVION, Ammon takes on SHARK WEEK and we crap all over ARENA... oh Netflix, you never cease to amaze us with all the crap you have to offer! So tune in and listen to this very special episode of the AITH Podcast... do it now!

AITH Podcast: The Eli Roth Show! Reviews of Aftershock, Hemlock Grove, plus Storage 24!

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast takes on the films of horror meister Eli Roth as we give an early review to the disaster horror flick AFTERSHOCK (6:56)! We also take on CABIN FEVER, HOSTEL, HOSTEL: PART II, THANKSKILLING, and his most recent dip into television with HEMLOCK GROVE (25:00). After we're done spending some time with Eli Roth, we take on the Netflix Instant Queue alien-invasion movie of the week STORAGE 24 (33:36). Eric gives us a few pre-theatrical reviews of the vampire flick KISS OF THE DAMNED and the killer chick / revenge flick AMERICAN MARY (49:45). All this and so much more on this week's episode of the AITH Podcast!

AITH Podcast: The Serial Killer show! Reviews of Maniac (2013), Cold Prey 2, and more!

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast takes on the Serial Killer subgenre with Eric's take on the upcoming MANIAC remake (6:31). We also revisit FRIDAY THE 13TH (2009) (24:09), and review THE RIVER MURDERS, THE ALPHABET KILLER, THE COLLECTION, and BLOODY BIRTHDAY for shits and giggles. Then Eric gives us a sneak peak at COLD PREY II (37:32), which is the Norwegian version of HALLOWEEN 2 (awesome). And finally, Elijah Wood is on the other side of a murder spree with THE OXFORD MURDERS (40:59), as this week's Netflix Instant Queue Movie of the Week. All this and so much more on this week's episode of the AITH Podcast!

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Huntsman is pressured by activist investor

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How Pfizer scientists transformed an old drug lead into a COVID-19 antiviral

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New drug approvals held steady in 2021

The FDA maintained its pace for shepherding new molecular entities to market despite the ongoing pandemic

Career Ladder: Erik Luber

This boundary-crossing scientist has expertise in physics, chemistry, and biology.

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Bacterial enzyme pair regulates glutamate as one enzyme inhibits the other

Small molecules that block bacterial communication identified

Compounds found using a high-throughput assay based on bursting vesicles

Mercedes interior uses cactus and mushroom leather, biotech silk

Vision EQXX electric concept car features biobased interior materials

Creating a new class of MOFs

New additions to MOF family could lead to new applications of the porous materials

Animals detected by their airborne DNA

2 independent studies sampled air from zoos and identified animals hundreds of meters away

US EPA turns down requests for more PFAS toxicity testing

Agency grants advocates' petition but won't require Chemours to study additional fluorochemicals

New York bans televisions with organohalogen flame retardants

Law also bans other flame retardants in new upholstered furniture and mattresses

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Durable 3D-printed molecular magnets

Printing molecular magnets into complex shapes protects them from degradation

Wacker and Biosyntia to make biobased biotin in Europe


Tobacco firm BAT to make pharmaceuticals


Thermo Fisher buys recombinant protein maker PeproTech for $1.85 billion


Merck KGaA to acquire lipid nanoparticle specialist Exelead


Chevron Phillips invests in plastics recycling


Bacterial genomes yield antibiotic candidate to replace old drug

Naturally occurring analogs to antibiotics may provide new drugs that are not plagued by resistance

US federal task force broadens definition of scientific integrity

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Carbon-neutral Nabr apartments are move-in ready by 2023

Designers at Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) are disrupting the housing market with a completely new way to buy customized sustainable apartments. You can buy one entirely through software. Just as startups have given us new online options for car buying, BIG wants to change the outdated way we shop for the right home.[...]

Passive design helps Lucio building regulate its temperature

The architectural design of the Lucio office building in Lille, France, integrates with the sun for variable lighting and temperature control in a smart passive design. [...]

Green roofs top Marmormolen's sustainable timber architecture

The timber design for Copenhagen's upcoming large commercial building Marmormolen shows sustainable architecture leadership from designers Henning Larson and Ramboll. Lush with green roofs, a waterfront garden and more, the project shows what a commercial building can be to a community.[...]

New ACME Pavilion employs sustainable CLT construction

Design house ACME's director Friedrich Ludewig drew on the inspiration of Alpine architecture and nearby Olympic Park to guide the design of The Pavilion at Stratford Square in east London, a gently undulating pavilion made using cross-laminated timber (CLT) construction.[...]

Vegan handbags' new line was inspired by photography and women

Investing in a long product lifespan is one of the most sustainable actions companies and consumers can make. NOIRANCA, a company singularly aimed at this goal, has debuted a line of handbags with a commitment to protecting the environment.[...]

New chip brand upcycles corn germ for water-saving snack

Americans eat a million tons of tortilla chips per year. But as we crunch our snack foods, few of us ever realize their water cost. Million tons of chips have a water footprint of 180 billion gallons.[...]

Urwahn Platzhirsch e-bike wins major sustainability award

German bike maker Urwahn has received the German Sustainability Award 2022, Europe's biggest award for social and ecological commitment to helping the planet, for its E-Bike Platzhirsch. The Platzhirsch is a 3D-printed steel electric bike with a gorgeous matte frame. The award honors groundbreaking contributions toward a sustainable future and boosts Urwahn's efforts to create fair conditions for people and the environment.[...]

Prague Meander competition to reinvent Prague neighborhood

Urban planning is central for new or re-imagined areas that house and employ the population. Sometimes itas a process that happens before a city even takes root. Other times, as in the case of Prague Meander, an area is given a second life.[...]

Town Enclosure art installation is made of CLT panels

Lots of art are meant to be seen and not touched. It is visible to the public but separate, untouchable and unknowable. That is not the case with Town Enclosure, an art installation that's also functional. The incredible design was created by CLB Architects.[...]

Dog toy and treats from Project Hive help save bees

What do dogs and bees have in common? A company called Project Hive Pet Company. Based out of Minneapolis, the mission-driven business makes dog toys and treats that directly contribute to rebuilding bee habitat.[...]

Nokia Arena has touchless digital keys with mobile access

The new Nokia Arena in Finland just opened its doors last month, but only to those with special digital keys. The entire arena, designed by Polish Architect Daniel Libeskind, is wired with touchless digital access technology that make innovative use of new artificial intelligence security.[...]

Urban Sequoia is a blueprint for sustainable architecture

This past fall, COP26 opened the door for discussions about manyenvironmentalissues. However, few presentations addressed one elephant in the room a the fact that the construction industry contributes up to 40% of ongoing carbon release. Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM) used the COP26 platform to offer a sustainable architecture proposal that could reduce the impact of the built environment and implement systems that will result in a carbon-negative initiative.[...]

Kentucky coal mine to become clean energy water battery project

An oldA KentuckyA coal mine will soon be turned into a pumped hydro awater batterya in an ambitious renewable clean energy scheme. Hydropower developer Rye Development is transforming a strip mine in southeastern Kentucky's Bell County into the Lewis Ridge pumped storage project.[...]

Coca-Cola is cleaning up river plastic pollution worldwide

Coca-Cola and The Ocean Cleanup selected the CaoSSn ThAE! River in CaoSSn ThAE! City, Vietnam as one of 15 river locations around the world to tackle plastic pollution. The global partnership between the two organizations will implement advanced technology to intercept and clean up waste in some of the worldas major rivers.[...]

Award-winning apartment design is built 90% out of wood

SAWA, designed by Mei Architects and Planners, won the Experimental Future Projects category in the World Architecture Festival 2021. The apartment building drips with green roof and balcony plantings. It is also Rotterdam's first 50-meter-high residential building. The design beat out seven other nominated projects for the top prize in the category.[...]

Nearly all of the German Pavilion is recyclable

The exhibits at this yearas Expo 2020 Dubai (postponed to 2021 due to the pandemic), feature a range of innovative designs from around the world. Working within the theme of "Connecting Minds, Creating the Future," the German Pavilion highlights sustainable features that cater to the desert environment.[...]

Extreme cold closes schools and COVID testing sites

On Monday, the New Hampshire Department of Health announced that the state's COVID-19 would close due to extreme cold weather. The sites include Claremont, Manchester, Newington and Nashua. The announcement mirrors several other northeastern states closing schools due to subzero temperatures.[...]

CLOUDROOM's bioclimatic design highlights the climate crisis

Students and design/consulting company Ecosistema Urbano worked together to design this futuristic, outdoor, sustainable classroom created in Columbus, Indiana. The project, called CLOUDROOM, is a bioclimatic design for an outdoor classroom. It's an installation that aims to inspire a rethink of educational spaces and raise awareness about today's climate crisis.[...]

This frying pan gives new life to recycled aluminum

For most people, using cookware is a way of life. Even if you make little more than scrambled eggs, pots and pans are a basic requirement for every kitchen. Inasmuch, the type of pans you use has the power to positively or negatively impact the planet and your health. Many cheaply-made skillets lack a durable design and contribute to the waste stream with their short lifespans. Then thereas the peeling that accompanies some nonstick pans. It is not only unhealthy for you, but also inefficient for a pan that is supposed to be nonstick.A [...]

University under a hill in India has a green roof

India's new Prestige University designed by Sanjay Puri Architects features a fully walkable angled green roof that is accessible to staff and students from the ground. The building may look like a Minecraft creation, but it's a full university sliding seamlessly under the landscape beneath a rooftop composed of squares of green planted turf.[...]

Basketball museum is meant to be viewed from all angles

The Lithuania House of Basketball Museum is a focal point in the town of Kaunas. The museum sits near the medieval Kaunas castle and Santaka park, where the two largest Lithuanian rivers converge. Designed by G. Natkevicius & Partners, the project stands out as a contemporary building in the urban fabric of the old quarter of the city.[...]

Rilu the snow leopard has passed away due to COVID

Rilu the snow leopard, a big cat at the Miller Park Zoo in Illinois, has died from COVID-19 complications. The 11-year-old leopard tested positive for COVID on Dec. 3 alongside three other big cats at the zoo. After struggling for over a month, the endangered cat was pronounced dead in an official announcement on Thursday.[...]

England Environment Agency tells people to ignore pollution

Englandas Environment Agency doesnat have enoughmoneyto investigate low-impact pollution incidents. So itas decided to ignore them.[...]

These shoes are made in the world's only entirely vegan factory

Buying vegan sneakers from Grounded People means supporting your choice of charity. Founded in Vancouver by CEO Maximilian Justus, Grounded People, an eco-friendly apparel company, started just as the pandemic began. And now, after nearly two years of overcoming challenges sourcing sustainable materials, Grounded People unveiled its debut collection of vegan shoes.[...]

Womb building reflects nature in the middle of Milan

UOOU Studioas recent project provides the cozy architectural atmosphere the project name Womb implies. The office building was developed in conjunction with MAO Architects, Studio Dedalo Architettura, BEONE, Davide Frati for client Reale Group/Reale Immobili.[...]

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