Wende Wagner
American actor
Wende Wagner
Wende Wagner, also known as Wendy Wagner was an actress best known for her roles in The Green Hornet and Rio Conchos.
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Toxic Chemical Reform Must Help, Not Hinder, States and Victims' Rights
Huffington Post - over 3 years
In the United States, the framework for safeguarding people and the environment against the dangers of toxic chemicals comprises three mutually reinforcing legal systems: federal regulation, state and federal civil justice systems, and state regulation. Each part of the framework however, has been substantially weakened -- the civil justice systems by years of tort "reform," and federal and state regulatory systems by outdated laws and an ongoing campaign by industry and its allies against protective regulation. Congress is now considering competing bills to fix one part of this framework -- the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA), the principal statute governing federal regulation of toxic chemicals. The two bills -- the more protective Safer Chemical Act (SCA) and the industry-backed Chemical Safety Improvements Act (CSIA) -- both fall short of what is needed to fix TSCA, albeit to a widely varying degree -- while weakening the civil justice systems and state regulation even mor ...
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LOOK: Is This How Betta Fish Are Shipped To Pet Stores?
Huffington Post - over 3 years
That betta fish you picked up at your local pet store may look pretty swell in its fishbowl, but ever wonder where it came from? One Reddit user, who claims to work at a pet store, shed some light on how bettas are shipped from fish suppliers in a striking photo series. Posted Monday, the images show a shipment of betta fish as they arrive in a cardboard box. Close-up photos illustrate how each fish is individually packaged -- likely because males cannot be stored together without fighting -- in a small plastic bag that contains a minimal amount of liquid with an unusual bluish tint. (Story continues below) Though we couldn't get in touch with the user, several retailers confirmed that the practice depicted in the photos is commonly used to transport living fish through the mail, especially over long distances. Bryan Epstein of Florida-based retailer Blue Betta USA speculated that the product used to maintain and subdue the fish is probably Ship Right, or a s ...
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$10,000 For A Cockroach Cyborg?
Huffington Post - over 3 years
Instinct typically leads us to squash any cockroach that crosses our paths, but a group of scientists are making creative use of the creepy crawlies -- by turning them into cyborgs. A new Kickstarter campaign asks for $10,000 in donations for a project called RoboRoach, which offers cell phone users the chance to "control the movements of a live cockroach from [their] own mobile device." The project comes from Backyard Brains, a collective of scientists and engineers who see their work with roaches as a way to teach and experiment with neuroscience. They call RoboRoach "the world's first commercially available cyborg." According to the Kickstarter page, RoboRoach technology manipulates roaches' neurological impulses. Cockroaches navigate their surroundings using their antennae, which are equipped with neurons that tell cockroaches to turn around when the antennae touch a wall. For the project, scientists outfit roaches with a small "backpack" through a short surge ...
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Rio Conchos & Take a Hard Ride - DVD Talk
Google News - over 5 years
Along for the ride are Juan Luis Martinez (Tony Franciosa), a murderous bandito brought by Boone to "watch his back," and "Sally" (Wende Wagner), an Apache woman taken prisoner during the ride to Mexico. A tough, nasty mid-sized Western that didn't get
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