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BEST EATS IN BRAZIL (RIO de JANEIRO) : From Budget to Major Blowout

Secret Service agents: Hillary is a nightmare to work with

By Deroy Murdock

October 2, 2015 | 8:50pm

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“‘Good morning, ma’am,”a member of the uniformed Secret Service once greeted Hillary Clinton.





“F— off,”she replied.















That exchange is one among many that active and retired Secret Service agents shared with Ronald Kessler, author of “First Family Detail,”  a compelling look at the intrepid personnel who shield America’s presidents and their families — and those whom they guard.









Kessler writes flatteringly and critically about people in both parties.







 Regarding the Clintons, Kessler presents Chelsea as a model protectee who respected and appreciated her agents. 



He describes Bill as a difficult chief executive, but an easygoing ex-president. 




And Kessler exposes Hillary as an epically abusive Arctic monster.







“When in public, Hillary smiles and acts graciously,” Kessler explains.


 “As soon as the cameras are gone, her angry personality, nastiness, and imperiousness become evident.”



He adds:“Hillary Clinton can make Richard Nixon look l…

MEXICO MANGO MAFIA : The Arizona Border Recon - made up of veterans former private security officers - guard the US-Mexico border

The band of brothers who voluntarily patrol the US-Mexico border: Heavily armed vigilantes led by a veteran dubbed 'Nailer' act as the final guard against what they call an 'immigrant invasion'

They stop illegal immigrants, drug smuggling and human trafficking while providing intelligence to border agents



Photographs were captured by Johnny Milano, who followed the men as they patrolled near the town of Nogales 



Many of men see immigration as an 'invasion' similar to when they served with US military in war zones, Milano said 






By OLLIE GILLMAN FOR DAILYMAIL.COM




PUBLISHED: 16:06 EST, 3 October 2015 | UPDATED: 18:49 EST, 3 October 2015











Dressed in camouflage gear and wielding heavy machine guns, these men look like they are off to war.



But while the pictures appear to show this band of brothers patrolling a conflict zone, they are actually guarding the border between the US and Mexico.




The ‘watchmen’ of The Arizona Border Recon - led by the group's chief  'Nailer…

Aircraft search off Bahamas for ship caught in hurricane

October 05, 2015





The U.S. Coast Guard said Monday morning it believes the TOTE Maritime Puerto Rico ship El Faro has sunk and that its search crews are now focused on finding any survivors. 




There were 33 crew members on the ship, including 28 Americans and five Polish nationals.


 In a press conference in Miami, Coast Guard Captain Mark Fedor said that in terms of USCG's search planning efforts, "we are assuming the vessel has sunk. We believe it sank in the last known position that we recorded on Thursday” near Crooked Island in the Bahamas. “We are still looking for survivors or any signs of life or any signs of the vessel,” added Fedor.


















Posted: Oct 02, 2015 9:41 PM PDT


Updated: Oct 03, 2015 11:47 AM PDT










CBS Nightly News













NASSAU, Bahamas (AP) — U.S. Coast Guard aircraft searched Saturday in the waters of the southeastern Bahamas for a cargo ship with 33 people on board that lost power and began taking on water as powerful Hurricane Joaquin roared across the sprawling archipelago.








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Cal Poly Develops Formula for Preventing Browning and Microbial Growth on Fresh-cut Produce

My name is Janel Takeda, and I work in the Office of Research and Economic Development at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. 





I am e-mailing The International Mango Organization (IMO) to bring to your attention a new antibrowning composition developed at Cal Poly to be used on freshly cut fruits and vegetables. 



We would encourage you to run a press release on the IMO website. We have attached a copy of the press release for your convenience. 

Dr. J. Wyatt Brown, a professor in the Horticulture and Crop Science Department at Cal Poly, has developed an antibrowning composition to be used on freshly cut fruits and vegetables. 


His composition not only is highly effective in improving the aesthetic quality of fresh produce but also prevents the growth of bacteria and mold. 



This is both exciting and valuable as it introduces readers to a new method that will benefit both the consumer and horticulture industry. 



Dr. Brown can be available to answer any technical questions…