MSG:The Messenger (also known as MSG: The Messenger of God) is an Indian action film directed by religious leader Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh and Jeetu Arora. The film stars Singh, who also does his own stunts. The movie contains situations involving youth-related issues like drug abuse, alcoholism, etc. Apart from acting and directing, Gurmeet composed and sang all the songs, worked as lyricist, script writer, cinematographer and editor respectively. The film was released worldwide on Friday 13 February 2015, in Hindi, English, Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam. The film has received negative reviews from critics. Independent sources reported that the film performed badly, being declared a "Disaster" by Box Office India, although the film's producers have said it performed well. A sequel, MSG-2:The Messenger, was released on 18 September 2015.
Guru ji (Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh) is a spiritual leader who has a huge follower base. He has accepted the challenge of eradicating social evils including drugs and gender-related issues that have been prevailing in the society. Those with vested interests and apathetic towards the welfare of the society are now disturbed as there's someone who has taken control of the situation. They conspire to kill him.
Toxic! was the idea of Pat Mills, Kevin O'Neill, Mike McMahon, John Wagner and Alan Grant. The aim was to provide creators an outlet for their work to be published with them retaining the rights and control of their work. This was in contrast to 2000 AD, which Mills had also launched in 1977. Toxic! was to be the main rival of 2000 AD, and Toxic! would be in full colour throughout as opposed to 2000AD, which was still mainly published in black and white.
The first title released by Apocalypse was a Marshal Law special titled Kingdom of the blind published in October 1990. This was followed by the first issue of Toxic! in March 1991.
Toxic! was initially dominated by Mills (Mills had rejected two of John Wagner's proposals, Button Man and Al's Baby for not fitting in with his vision for the comic. These two strips later appeared in 2000 AD and the Judge Dredd Megazine respectively). His Marshal Law strip was seen as the flagship title and a character to perhaps rival Judge Dredd. Mills also wrote Accident Man (with Tony Skinner) and Muto-Maniac in the first issue, which was rounded out by a short strip by Alan Grant and Simon Bisley.
Toxic is the fifth studio album by Japaneserock band the Gazette. It was released on October 5, 2011 in Japan and includes four singles: "Shiver", "Red", "Pledge", and "Vortex". The album scored number 3 on the Oricon Daily Charts and number 6 on the Oricon Weekly Charts, selling 25,412 copies in its first week.
Toxic magazine was a British comics magazine launched in September 2002 by London-based Egmont Publishing. The intention was to address the elusive boys' magazine market. Its funny and anarchic take on all the important things in a boy's world proved to be extremely successful and the title continues to be published.
Toxic is "edited" by Team Toxic, a group of creatures under the supervision of Doc Shock.
Key content strands include movies, gaming (traditional and virtual world), TV, DVD, jokes, comics, sport, cars, celebrity, competition prizes and how-to.
The current comic strips are Captain Gross, Busted Bieber, Team Toxic, Luke's Spooks and Mad City's Star Signings, as of April 2012.
Initially launched as a monthly title, Toxic increased frequency to every three weeks with issue 14, then to fortnightly with issue 34.
Since January 2011, Toxic has been edited by former Shoot editor and Nuts journalist Frank Tennyson.
The last three ABC (Audit Bureau of Circulation) periods - Jan/June 2011, July/Dec 2011 and Jan/June 2012 - have seen Toxic record circulation increases.
Produced by the Shanghai Guanshengyuan Tianchu SeasoningCompany, the powder in question is monosodium glutamate (MSG) ... But this being an “Asian-style” restaurant, there is no one Asian in the kitchen, or front of house, and MSG being one of the most controversial food additives, the tin has been emptied of its contents ... He never uses MSG....
Much research have confirmed very low levels of MSGtoxicity in humans – poor research results in the past obtained using test rodents ignored the facts that (i) infant rodents are susceptible to MSG due to differences in their Blood-Brain Barrier (BBB), and (ii) they were ......
This, of course, is quite deceptive — especially for something that contains GMO ingredients that are no doubt grown with the help of Roundup, a toxic weed killer. Beyond that, the Impossible Burger also contains “yeast extract” — which is a notorious euphemism for the well-known excitotoxin, monosodium glutamate, or MSG....
Vitamin C was found to provide "significant protection against MSGtoxicity" in one study,40 and lycopene has also been found to avert its neurotoxic effects ... Our results indicate that lycopene appears to be highly effective in relieving the toxic effects of MSG by inhibiting ......
... playtime Spend time outdoors in nature Limit exposure to radiofrequency microwave radiation, cell and portable phones and electro-pollution Reduce toxic exposures to pesticides, artificial sweeteners, monosodium glutamate (MSG), cleaning products, detergents, perfumes and more ....
But Chinese food contains artificial taste enhancers, sweeteners, colouring and other additives, one of which is monosodium glutamate (MSG) ... But not many know that allergies to MSG are highly possible and can lead to fatal consequences ... This is because none of the symptoms of MSGtoxicity is caused exclusively by it ... MSG is often hidden in food....