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Pat The Designer & A.D Discuss the the Bears vs Rams and Give Live Reaction & Update to the Bears Must Win & talk about the benching of mitch trubisky

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  1. DemarioA11 19

    November 18, 2019 at 5:09 am

    I’m shocked, Mitch played a decent game. I’m sick of this tbh Nagy and Pace need to get out of town. It’s sounds crazy but they should trade Mack for picks and the other talented defensive players for picks.The bears simply need to restart instead of being in the middle of the pack.

  2. Timmy- Bo

    November 18, 2019 at 5:13 am

    Carolina will not go for that you got to give them something worth trading Cam for. If I’m Carolina I’m hanging up the phone after that proposal

  3. Pat The Designer

    November 18, 2019 at 5:29 am

    What are your thoughts on the Bears QB Situation ??

  4. Keifer Woods

    November 18, 2019 at 6:03 am

    Remember how I asked “why is Matt Nagy still calling plays”? Idc what the reason for “benching” Trubisky, Nagy doesn’t deserve to spend another day in the Bears’ organization.

  5. Mya Morenzoni

    November 18, 2019 at 6:25 am

    Smh Bears struggling continues

  6. The Hundredairs

    November 18, 2019 at 6:28 am

    Mitch Trubustky Strikes Again. GLAD HE IS BENCHED

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Hong Kong police sound alarm over homemade explosives



HONG KONG (AP) — Hong Kong’s much-maligned police force provided a rare behind-the-scenes look Friday at its bomb disposal squad…

HONG KONG (AP) — Hong Kong’s much-maligned police force provided a rare behind-the-scenes look Friday at its bomb disposal squad to show the potentially deadly destructive force of homemade explosives seized during months of protests that have shaken the Chinese territory.

In a demonstration for media cameras, the bomb squad set off a series of controlled explosions in a disused quarry overlooking the city’s high-rise skyline, blowing up a watermelon and shredding the front of a minivan.

In July, police announced the seizure of about 2 kilograms (4.4 pounds) of TATP, which has been used in terrorist attacks worldwide. Other recent seizures in Hong Kong involved far smaller amounts, just 1 gram, of TATP, or tri-acetone tri-peroxide.

“Obviously, I’m concerned that they are making TATP or are in possession of TATP,” said Alick McWhirter, the squad’s senior bomb disposal officer.

Just 1 gram of the unstable explosive, equivalent to the weight of a candy, could cause life-changing injuries, he said.

A demonstration blast of 1 gram of high explosive at the quarry above the bomb squad’s fenced-off headquarters caused a loud bang. A blast involving 50 grams, which would fit into a cigarette packet, sent shrapnel flying from the shattered front of the minivan.

The squad used explosives with a destructive force equivalent to TATP but not TATP itself, because the substance is so dangerous to handle, susceptible to bumps, heat and friction.

“Because I like having 10 fingers, I am not going to use TATP,” McWhirter said.

In October, police said a homemade, remote-controlled bomb intended to “kill or to harm” riot control officers was detonated as they deployed against protests. Causing a loud thud but no injuries, the small blast marked the first known use of an explosive device during the protests that started in June over a contested extradition bill and snowballed into an anti-government, anti-police and anti-China movement.

The bomb squad has also disposed of thousands of gasoline bombs prepared by protesters on university campuses.

McWhirter said that “99% of the protesters in Hong Kong, from what I’ve seen, are peaceful.”

But he added: “There’s clearly, though, a small hard core who are dedicated towards violence.”

“The ones creating these explosives are a tiny percentage of a tiny percentage,” he said. “Petrol bombs, TATP, are not the normal in Hong Kong.”

Distrust goes both ways. Protesters accuse police of systematic abuses. The widespread use of police tear gas and thousands of often muscular arrests have infuriated many in Hong Kong. A call for an independent investigation of police conduct features among protesters’ key demands.

Later on Friday, protesters planned to rally against the use of police tear gas and to demand information about any health risks from the noxious choking clouds of gas liberally deployed to disperse demonstrators.

McWhirter, a career officer in Hong Kong for 30 years, expressed dismay that relations have soured so dramatically between the police force, long regarded as Asia’s finest, and citizens it claims to serve and protect.

“I watched the officers day after day, night after night, month after month, going out and holding the line,” he said. “They are being attacked with knives, with explosives and petrol bombs, and they hold the line and use remarkable self-control in the face of incredible violence.”

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News outlet seeks dismissal of lieutenant governor’s lawsuit



ALEXANDRIA, Va. (AP) — A federal judge is scheduled to hear arguments Friday over whether he should toss out a libel lawsuit filed by Virginia’s lieutenant governor.

Justin Fairfax sued CBS in federal court in Alexandria after it aired interviews with two women who have accused him of sexual assault.

Fairfax has said the sexual encounters were consensual. He argues that the CBS interviews were one-sided and reported the allegations in a way that implied his guilt.

CBS said its reporting was fair and called the lawsuit an attempt by Fairfax to silence his accusers.

Fairfax, a Democrat, appeared close to assuming the governor’s post earlier this year when Democratic Gov. Ralph Northam faced calls to resign after a racist photo was uncovered on his medical-school yearbook page. But the allegations against Fairfax blunted the momentum for Northam’s resignation. Both Northam and Fairfax have remained in office, as has Democratic Attorney General Mark Herring, who admitted around the same time that he had worn blackface in college.

Fairfax has said the allegations against him were part of a smear campaign to keep him from rising to governor.

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Former Revere Copper Plant Collapses Into Detroit River, Property Contaminated With Uranium From WWII’s Manhattan Project



Uranium and other contaminants fell into the Detroit River last month when a site where nuclear material was created during the 1940s and 1950s partially collapsed, according to the Detroit Free Press.

Known as the Detroit Dock, the area gave way before Thanksgiving weekend, spilling chemicals upstream from a section of the river from which Detroit gets drinking water.

Michigan’s Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy (EGLE) issued a statement saying they did not believe there was any danger.

“EGLE is aware that the site was previously used to process uranium and there is no evidence to suggest that there is a current radiological risk,” the statement said. “EGLE has no reason to believe PCBs or other contaminants from the site are a hazard to the public or the environment. However, EGLE intends to continue investigating potential impacts as part of its assessment of the incident.”

EGLE also said they would include “evaluating information” about the potential presence of contaminants.

“Among that information will be samples collected this past spring by EGLE’s Materials Management Division,” said a statement, “that showed no evidence of uranium or thorium above natural background levels in samples from the Detroit River.”

Canada Steamship Lines makes its way along the Detroit River and the Detroit skyline, and is photographed from the Riverfront in Windsor, Ontario, Canada on September 26, 2019.
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In a statement, the City of Detroit said they had been in “close communication” with EGLE.

“We will continue to stay in close communication with EGLE as it continues its investigation,” the statement said.

Due to the potential environmental impact on the Great Lakes and the nearby city of Windsor, Canada, New Democratic Party member Brian Masse of the Canadian Parliament believes the incident should be investigated by the International Joint Commission and the governments of the U.S. and Canada.

“An immediate study should be conducted on the dangers presented to the Detroit waterways and Great Lakes region,” said Masse in a statement. “Forty million people use the Great Lakes for drinking water, and the ecosystem is already fragile. Any potential threat should be investigated immediately on both sides of the border.”

Revere Copper and Brass is the former owner of the site. During the Manhattan Project, the area was used to help construct the atomic bomb. After World War II and into the 1950s, the area was used to construct uranium rods. In 1989, after the plant had been closed for five years, it was demolished.

While the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) listed the Detroit River as an “area of concern” in 1987, restoration projects are ongoing. Attempts to improve the habitat for fish, including wetlands and spawning areas for lake sturgeon, have resulted in “significant progress,” according to Great Lakes Now.

It is the removal of toxic sediment that is still taking time, with the EPA estimating nearly three to four million cubic yards of it existing in the river.

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