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Do you have a strong stomach?

A second bonus show for me today!

Today we reported on the hapless family who, about to put their home on the market, found that their basement was full of blood and guts after an equipment failure connected with the meat processing plant next door.

It seems that the early Halloween present arrived courtesy of DAHL’s MEAT LOCKER next door after an equipment failure caused hog and cattle remains to be pumped through pipes into the family home.

Although Nick Listina and his family have lived next door to the meat processing firm in IOWA, for the past 10 years without any problems, they are far from impressed by their reaction to the current incident saying it’s not their fault and that they’re not responsible for any clean up.

They just said “Good luck, it’s all down to you!”

Mr Listena says he’s looking at thousands of dollars worth of clean up but the sanitising company say they can’t do anything whilst the blood and guts keeps being added to down the drain.

In addition to the the sight and smell a lot of the family’s possessions have been destroyed in the blood bath..

Not much chance of a quick sale there then!

Now if you usually start your day with a nice refreshing cup of coffee, you might want to consider changing your habit especially if you reach for a tin or jar of pre-ground beans.

Well apparently some people have been reporting an allergic reaction.

And now they reason is becoming clear, as it seems that if you’re drinking coffee made from pre-ground beans there’s a pretty good chance that you’re swigging down ground-up cockroaches.

And what’s more this news has been well known for years.

It seems that as a student, University of Montana biology professor Douglas Emlen used to criticise his professor who insisted on only drinking whole bean fresh ground coffee because of cockroaches.

After years of teaching entomology, the study of insects and their relationships with humans, the professor became badly allergic to cockroaches from handling them so often.

He couldn’t touch a cockroach without getting a reaction and suffered similarly when he drank coffee made from pre-ground beans.

When the professor looked into it he found pre-ground coffee is all processed from huge stock piles which get infested with cockroaches.

He explained that little can be done to filter out the creatures, so they all get ground up along with the beans.

Furthermore US standards allow coffee beans to contain as much as 10 per cent ‘insect filth and insects’.

Maybe switch to tea?

See you again in Monday,
Scott

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Do you have a strong stomach?

A second bonus show for me today!

Today we reported on the hapless family who, about to put their home on the market, found that their basement was full of blood and guts after an equipment failure connected with the meat processing plant next door.

It seems that the early Halloween present arrived courtesy of DAHL’s MEAT LOCKER next door after an equipment failure caused hog and cattle remains to be pumped through pipes into the family home.

Although Nick Listina and his family have lived next door to the meat processing firm in IOWA, for the past 10 years without any problems, they are far from impressed by their reaction to the current incident saying it’s not their fault and that they’re not responsible for any clean up.

They just said “Good luck, it’s all down to you!”

Mr Listena says he’s looking at thousands of dollars worth of clean up but the sanitising company say they can’t do anything whilst the blood and guts keeps being added to down the drain.

In addition to the the sight and smell a lot of the family’s possessions have been destroyed in the blood bath..

Not much chance of a quick sale there then!

Now if you usually start your day with a nice refreshing cup of coffee, you might want to consider changing your habit especially if you reach for a tin or jar of pre-ground beans.

Well apparently some people have been reporting an allergic reaction.

And now they reason is becoming clear, as it seems that if you’re drinking coffee made from pre-ground beans there’s a pretty good chance that you’re swigging down ground-up cockroaches.

And what’s more this news has been well known for years.

It seems that as a student, University of Montana biology professor Douglas Emlen used to criticise his professor who insisted on only drinking whole bean fresh ground coffee because of cockroaches.

After years of teaching entomology, the study of insects and their relationships with humans, the professor became badly allergic to cockroaches from handling them so often.

He couldn’t touch a cockroach without getting a reaction and suffered similarly when he drank coffee made from pre-ground beans.

When the professor looked into it he found pre-ground coffee is all processed from huge stock piles which get infested with cockroaches.

He explained that little can be done to filter out the creatures, so they all get ground up along with the beans.

Furthermore US standards allow coffee beans to contain as much as 10 per cent ‘insect filth and insects’.

Maybe switch to tea?

See you again in Monday,
Scott

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Do you have a strong stomach?

A second bonus show for me today!

Today we reported on the hapless family who, about to put their home on the market, found that their basement was full of blood and guts after an equipment failure connected with the meat processing plant next door.

It seems that the early Halloween present arrived courtesy of DAHL’s MEAT LOCKER next door after an equipment failure caused hog and cattle remains to be pumped through pipes into the family home.

Although Nick Listina and his family have lived next door to the meat processing firm in IOWA, for the past 10 years without any problems, they are far from impressed by their reaction to the current incident saying it’s not their fault and that they’re not responsible for any clean up.

They just said “Good luck, it’s all down to you!”

Mr Listena says he’s looking at thousands of dollars worth of clean up but the sanitising company say they can’t do anything whilst the blood and guts keeps being added to down the drain.

In addition to the the sight and smell a lot of the family’s possessions have been destroyed in the blood bath..

Not much chance of a quick sale there then!

Now if you usually start your day with a nice refreshing cup of coffee, you might want to consider changing your habit especially if you reach for a tin or jar of pre-ground beans.

Well apparently some people have been reporting an allergic reaction.

And now they reason is becoming clear, as it seems that if you’re drinking coffee made from pre-ground beans there’s a pretty good chance that you’re swigging down ground-up cockroaches.

And what’s more this news has been well known for years.

It seems that as a student, University of Montana biology professor Douglas Emlen used to criticise his professor who insisted on only drinking whole bean fresh ground coffee because of cockroaches.

After years of teaching entomology, the study of insects and their relationships with humans, the professor became badly allergic to cockroaches from handling them so often.

He couldn’t touch a cockroach without getting a reaction and suffered similarly when he drank coffee made from pre-ground beans.

When the professor looked into it he found pre-ground coffee is all processed from huge stock piles which get infested with cockroaches.

He explained that little can be done to filter out the creatures, so they all get ground up along with the beans.

Furthermore US standards allow coffee beans to contain as much as 10 per cent ‘insect filth and insects’.

Maybe switch to tea?

See you again in Monday,
Scott

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Do you have a strong stomach?

A second bonus show for me today!

Today we reported on the hapless family who, about to put their home on the market, found that their basement was full of blood and guts after an equipment failure connected with the meat processing plant next door.

It seems that the early Halloween present arrived courtesy of DAHL’s MEAT LOCKER next door after an equipment failure caused hog and cattle remains to be pumped through pipes into the family home.

Although Nick Listina and his family have lived next door to the meat processing firm in IOWA, for the past 10 years without any problems, they are far from impressed by their reaction to the current incident saying it’s not their fault and that they’re not responsible for any clean up.

They just said “Good luck, it’s all down to you!”

Mr Listena says he’s looking at thousands of dollars worth of clean up but the sanitising company say they can’t do anything whilst the blood and guts keeps being added to down the drain.

In addition to the the sight and smell a lot of the family’s possessions have been destroyed in the blood bath..

Not much chance of a quick sale there then!

Now if you usually start your day with a nice refreshing cup of coffee, you might want to consider changing your habit especially if you reach for a tin or jar of pre-ground beans.

Well apparently some people have been reporting an allergic reaction.

And now they reason is becoming clear, as it seems that if you’re drinking coffee made from pre-ground beans there’s a pretty good chance that you’re swigging down ground-up cockroaches.

And what’s more this news has been well known for years.

It seems that as a student, University of Montana biology professor Douglas Emlen used to criticise his professor who insisted on only drinking whole bean fresh ground coffee because of cockroaches.

After years of teaching entomology, the study of insects and their relationships with humans, the professor became badly allergic to cockroaches from handling them so often.

He couldn’t touch a cockroach without getting a reaction and suffered similarly when he drank coffee made from pre-ground beans.

When the professor looked into it he found pre-ground coffee is all processed from huge stock piles which get infested with cockroaches.

He explained that little can be done to filter out the creatures, so they all get ground up along with the beans.

Furthermore US standards allow coffee beans to contain as much as 10 per cent ‘insect filth and insects’.

Maybe switch to tea?

See you again in Monday,
Scott

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