An End to the Dreaded Stadium Beer Line

You have to ask yourself, could the Chinese create or devise one of these things? Yes, nothing like the capitalist system. A need is perceived, solution created. USA does it again.

These two videos show the amazing “Bottom’s Up Draft Beer Dispensing System,” which “pours” a draft beer nine times faster than traditional methods and dramatically reduces spillage. It’s made by a Washington start-up company named GrinOn Industries, whose president Josh Singer saw it a way to end the dreaded stadium beer line, according to The Post game. The first video is silent, and is an overhead shot.

“The key is the use of a cup that features a hole at the bottom and small, circular magnet that rests over it. When placed on the system, the magnet is lifted up by the pressure-driven beer. The cup fills up until the weight of the liquid pushes the magnet back down over the hole. The cup can then be lifted off and the beer consumed as normal. A single stand has been able to deliver 56 draft beers in one minute, an unofficial world record (see video below).”

Click on “Watch on You Tube in the Vid”

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Government now to develop new drugs – Bye Pharma

Let me cut to the chase. The Government beats up and sues dastardly Big Pharma. Tells us what nasty self-interested thieving capitalists they are. New drugs coming to market, slow down. Feds create the problem, now feds soon will take over Big Pharma. Just you wait. In the Feds brilliant move, they are going to develop new drugs. How about some tax break instead for the Companies? Make it easier to bring a drug to market? I guess that is not part of central planning. These companies who have done so much to create the best healthcare in the world, will now be portrayed as nothing more than evil profit makers.

The cost of bringing a single drug to market can exceed $1 billion, according to some estimates,…..

….. But the drug industry’s research productivity has been declining for 15 years, “and it certainly doesn’t show any signs of turning upward,” said Dr. Francis S. Collins, director of the institutes.

The Obama administration has become so concerned about the slowing pace of new drugs coming out of the pharmaceutical industry that officials have decided to start a billion-dollar government drug development center to help create medicines.

The new effort comes as many large drug makers, unable to find enough new drugs, are paring back research. Promising discoveries in illnesses like depression and Parkinson’s that once would have led to clinical trials are instead going unexplored because companies have neither the will nor the resources to undertake the effort.

Give me a break!!!  The will?? The trials are almost impossible now because of federal regulation,

More NY Times here

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