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  1. Hundreds of Bahamians affected by Hurricane Dorian headed to the port at Grand Abaco on Friday in desperate hope of getting off the storm-ravaged island as the death toll rose to 43. The number of dead is expected to continue rising once search teams – delayed by severe flooding – can access devastated areas. Many are stranded on the island as the pace of disaster relief continues to be slow. Abaco Island is riddled with the bodies of people and animals and it smells of death, Fox News’ Steve Harrigan said Friday. “Nothing is left here,” he said of the devastation. The then-Category 5 hurricane slammed the Bahamas for two days starting last Sunday with 185 mph winds, leveling everything in its path. Construction worker Gee Rolle waited at the port with his wife in an effort to get to Nassau. Haitian Burris Filburt, right, and another man stand on the extensive damage and destruction in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian is seen in The Mudd, Great Abaco, Bahamas, Thursday, Sept. 5, 2019. (AP) "It's chaos here," he said. "The government is trying their best, but at the same time, I don't think they're doing a good enough job to evacuate the people. It ain't livable for nobody. Only animals can live here." A boat sits grounded in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian, in Marsh Harbor, Abaco Island, Bahamas, Friday, Sept. 6, 2019. (AP) "It's going to get crazy soon," said Serge Simon a truck driver waiting with his wife and two sons under 4. “There's no food, no water. There are bodies in the water. People are going to start getting sick." Prime Minister Hubert Minnis told those gathered at the port to be “patient” and said “everybody is coming.” As of Friday, the government had not organized any evacuations. A Royal Bahamas Defense Force ship that was picking up employees took an additional 160 people to Nassau and a barge that dropped off port-a-potties took around 300 people. Destruction caused by Hurricane Dorian is seen from the air, in Marsh Harbor, Abaco Island, Bahamas, Friday, Sept. 6, 2019. The Bahamian health ministry said helicopters and boats are on the way to help people in affected areas, though officials warned of delays because of severe flooding and limited access. (AP) Organizations from several countries, including the United Nations, the British Royal Navy, American Airlines and Royal Caribbean and the U.S. Coast Guard, have mobilized to affected areas, bringing food, supplies and other aid. The Coast Guard says it has rescued 239 people as crews continue searching. "What we have to do as Bahamians, we have to band together. If your brother needs sugar, you're going to have to give him sugar. If you need cream, they'll have to give you cream," Wellisy Taylor, who was waiting in a line for food and water, said. "That's how I grew up. That's the Bahamas that I know."
  2. Back in the Day on August 27 64 years ago - In 1955, the first edition of the "Guinness Book of World Records" was published. 54 years ago - In 1965, The Beatles hung out with Elvis Presley for three hours at Elvis' Beverly Hills mansion. Here's videoof Priscilla talking about it. 52 years ago - In 1967, Brian Epstein, manager of The Beatles, was found dead in his London flat from an overdose of sleeping pills. 43 years ago - In 1976, the U.S. Open Tennis Championship barred 43-year-old post-op transsexual Renee Richards from competing against other women, because she used to be a man named Dr. Richard Raskind. She refused to take a chromosome test, sued the U.S. Tennis Association, and WON. The New York Supreme Court ruled the test was unlawful discrimination and that Renee should be allowed to compete as a woman. Ms. Richards played on the women's tour for four years. And after she retired, she coached Martina Navratilova, which helped her win two Wimbledon titles. 37 years ago - In 1982, Rickey Henderson,of the Oakland A's, stole four bases in a game to break Lou Brock's record of 118 steals in one season. Rickey ended the season with 130 stolen bases. He retired from baseball in 2003. 35 years ago - In 1984, President Reagan announced that schoolteacher Christa McAuliffe would be the first private citizen to fly aboard a space shuttle. She was killed when the Space Shuttle Challenger exploded in January 1986. Teacher Barbara Morgan, who was McAuliffe's backup for that flight, completed the "Teacher in Space" mission, so to speak, by being part of the successful space shuttle Endeavour mission in August of 2007. 30 years ago - In 1989, Izzy Stradlin from Guns n Roses was arrested for peeing on the floor of an airplane after a heated argument with a flight attendant. 29 years ago - In 1990, the GreatStevie Ray Vaughan and members of Eric Clapton's entourage died in a helicopter crash in East Troy, Wisconsin. 28 years ago - In 1991, Pearl Jam released their debut album "Ten", featuring their hits "Even Flow", "Jeremy", and "Alive". 27 years ago - In 1992, John Lennon's handwritten lyrics to "A Day in the Life" sold at auction for $87,000. 23 years ago - In 1996, Greg Morris . . . the agent of color on the original "Mission Impossible" series . . . passed away from cancer at the age of 62. 12 years ago - In 2007, Michael Vick pleaded guilty in his dogfighting case.
  3. Birthdays on August 27, 2019 Ellar Coltrane is 25. "Boyhood" star. Alexa PenaVega is 31. Killjoy in "Machete Kills", and Kiley Brenner on "Nashville". But she got her start as adorable Carmenin the "Spy Kids" movies. Patrick J. Adams is 38. He used to be Mike Ross on "Suits". Aaron Paul is 40. Jesse on "Breaking Bad". He's also the voice of asexual Todd Chavez on "BoJack Horseman". Sarah Chalke is 43. Dr. Elliot Reid on "Scrubs". She was the second Becky on "Roseanne" for the sixth through ninth seasons, then returned for the reboot as a woman named Andrea who wanted Becky to be the surrogate mother for her baby. Mase is 44. Puffy's protégé who left the rap game for six years to become a preacher. "Mo' Money, Mo' Problems", know what I'm sayin'? His comeback album, "Welcome Back", contains NO CUSSING. Jimmy Pop from the Bloodhound Gang is 47. (Careful) "The Bad Touch". The Great Khali is 47. WWE star who played the ENORMOUS Indian guy in "Get Smart", "MacGruber", and Adam Sandler's version of "The Longest Yard". Colt Ford is 49. Hick-Hop artist. Tony Kanal from No Doubt is 49. In addition to being the band's bassist, he used to date Gwen Stefani. No Doubt's hit "Don't Speak" is about their breakup. Chandra Wilson is 50. Dr. Miranda Bailey on "Grey's Anatomy". Cesar Millan is 50. The Dog Whisperer. Bobo from Cypress Hill is 51. Glen Matlock from the Sex Pistols is 63. Alex Lifeson from Rush is 66. Their classic hits include "The Spirit of Radio", "Fly By Night", "Closer to the Heart","Freewill", "Limelight", "New World Man", "Subdivisions", "Time Stand Still", "Tom Sawyer", and "Red Barchetta". Pee-Wee Herman, a.k.a. Paul Reubens, is 67. Jeff Cook from Alabama is 70. Sergeant Slaughter is 71. Old-school WWF star, G.I. Joe action figure, and innovator of the Cobra Clutch. You got that, Maggot?!? Barbara Bach is 72. Wife of Ringo Starr. James Bond fans know her as the Bond girl from "The Spy Who Loved Me", KGB agent Anya Amasova. Tuesday Weld is 76. She had a drinking problem at age 10, started having sex at age 11, and tried to commit suicide at age 12. That was before she became sex-kitten Thalia Menninger on "The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis". Daryl Dragon would have been 77. (1942 - 2019) The Captain of Captain & Tennille.
  4. An adorable photo of a group of service dogs sitting in a Canadian theater last week catching a production of "Billy Elliot" has gone viral. The photo shows the crowd of mainly poodles and golden retrievers taking up at least four rows and attentively watching the stage during the Stratford Festival in Ontario. The objective was to prevent fur from flying during live theater so the pups can help their handlers navigate a theater atmosphere. A group of service dogs viewing a performance of Billy Elliot in Ontario Canada. (Stratford Festival) "It's important to prepare the dogs for any activity the handler may like to attend," said Laura Mackenzie, owner of K-9 Country Inn Working Service Dogs and who spearheaded the outing, told CBC radio. "The theater gives us the opportunity to expose the dogs to different stimuli such as lights, loud noises and movement of varying degrees. The dogs must remain relaxed in tight quarters for an extended period of time." The canines took part in the theater's "relaxed performance," made for attendees with autism or for those who need a calmer experience. The venue also has shows made for those with hearing or visual impairments. A scarf-wearing poodle attends the performanceduring the Stratford Festival in Ontario Canada. (Stratford Festival) "They were all extremely well-behaved," Stratford Festival spokesperson Ann Swerdfager told the radio station. "I was in the lobby when they came in, then they took their seats, then got out of their seats at intermission and went back. All of the things we learn as humans when we start going to the theater." Swerdfager said both cast and audience members were thrilled to see the four-legged attendees and that service dogs are accepted there several times per week. It's a unique training method that gives service handlers a leg up on attending outings, like a play. "Everybody was so thrilled to see all these dogs at one time in the audience. It's really exciting. And it's thrilling to be part of something that is going to serve theatergoers of the future," Swerdfager told the outlet. All the dogs and their training handlers outside the theater. (Stratford Festival) "It's wonderful that going to the theater is considered one of the things that you want to train a service dog for, rather than thinking that theatre is out of reach for people who require a service animal because it isn't," she added. All of the doggies were reportedly all very good boys during the show, and Mackenzie said she plans to return with more pups in the future. "All of the dogs were fantastic and remained relaxed throughout the performance. Some even watched through the cracks of the seats," said Mackenzie. "The dogs loved the show almost as much as their handlers."
  5. A Florida man allegedly damaged a white Cadillac after he dumped a bunch of dirt with a front-end loader after his girlfriend showed up to his job Friday in the borrowed car. Hunter Mills, 20, was arrested at an excavating company in Crestview, Fla., and charged with criminal mischief. A Florida man dumped dirt on his girlfriend's borrowed Cadillac. (Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office According to the Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office, Mills' girlfriend went to the excavating company after he told her that he wanted to talk. Hunter Mills was arrested for dumping dirt on her girlfriend's borrowed car, police said. (Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office) “She arrived in a white 2010 Cadillac belonging to someone else. After she refused to answer a question, the defendant used a front-end loader and dumped a bucket full of dirt on the roof of the driver side half of the car,” the sheriff's office said. The girlfriend was not injured but the driver’s side window was open. This caused dirt to fill up the air vents, center console, and power windows, the office said. (Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office)
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  7. (THE KRAMER SHOW) The Sheriff's office here arrested this idiot, spawn of Satan after he (allegedly) urinated on a child, in a child's food and IN A CHILD'S MOUTH. They say the kid's mother was arrested earlier in the month, and during separate conversations with the victim and another kid, the kids said Brandon Burrus, 30, did tghis crap. They said Burrus made the child hold the urine in his mouth. Authorities say the children also said Burrus was also physically abusive. WE MUST CHANGE THE LAWS TO KEEP PEOPLE LIKE THIS FROM EVER SEEING THE LIGHT OF DAY. THE LAWS ARE TOO LENIENT.
  8. ST. THOMAS, U.S. Virgin Islands -- Jeffrey Epstein has done more for the Caribbean island of St. Thomas in death than he ever did in life. News the disgraced financier killed himself in jail while awaiting sex trafficking charges is creating a bump in business for locals willing to cater to curious tourists eager to catch a glimpse of Epstein's infamous private estate -- dubbed "pedophile island." Located off the southeast coast of St. Thomas, Epstein bought Little St. James Island, a 72-acre body of land, in 1998 for $7.95 million. He dressed it up with towering palm trees, a helicopter pad and multiple buildings. There's also a blue-striped temple that bears a striking resemblance to an old government building in St. Thomas. There had been a gold dome on top, too, but that flew off Epstein's property when back-to-back hurricanes slammed the islands. Locals recalled seeing Jeffery Epstein's black helicopter flying back and forth from the international airport in St. Thomas to his helipad on Little St. James Island, where he built a cream-colored mansion with a bright turquoise roof surrounded by several other structures including the maids' quarters and a massive, square-shaped white building on one end of the island that some say is a music room fitted with acoustic walls. (AP) Steve Scully, a former IT contractor who worked for Epstein from 1999 through 2005, claims there were "photos of topless women everywhere." The perfect storm created by Epstein's shocking apparent suicide and the mysterious activities that occurred on his private island is enough to pique the curiosity of plenty of tourists, including Soledad Simmons, a Puerto Rican resident visiting relatives in St. Thomas. "I'll admit it's effed up but I want to see where Satan lived," she told Fox News. "You know I'm not the only one." Jon Stewart, owner of Rumbaba Charters, said he's taken small groups of snorkelers near Epstein's private island for years not only because of the coral and aquatic life but also because of the wow-factor of being near the mansion, manicured lawns and quirky life-size plastic cows that staff move daily from spot to spot. But he really goes because "it's off the beaten path," he told Fox News. "The snorkeling spot is where his music studio is and we'd go down there. It was pretty secluded, but that's changed." Stewart said in the past few weeks, he's seen a huge uptick in the number of catamarans carrying up to 80 passengers setting off to sail by Epstein's place. People are not only interested in hearing about the lascivious details that allegedly took place on the property -- they want a close-up view, too. Red Hook shop owner Lance Maanum said he understands the curiosity. "Everybody's curious about him," Maanum said with a sigh. His own relationship with Epstein dates back more than a decade. Maanum, now the owner of Tradewinds Galleria, used to have a video rental store on the east end of the island. He said Epstein would frequently stop by on his way to his private island and pick up a movie or two. "He was nice and supportive and threw some business my way," Maanum told Fox News. "We'd talk." Jeffrey Epstein's alleged madam Ghislaine Maxwell spotted in California Jeffrey Epstein's alleged madam Ghislaine Maxwell is photographed eating at a California In-N-Out Burger; Bryan Llenas reports. Maanum said "we all knew something wasn't quite right" with Epstein for a while, but he said things took a sinister turn after Epstein avoided federal criminal charges in 2007 but pleaded guilty in Florida in 2008 on charges of soliciting girls for prostitution. "The guy was stupid," Maanum said. "After that, he kept a low profile and was suspicious of everyone." This apparently didn't include some of St. Thomas' more well-connected high rollers or marina workers who describe Epstein as self-centered and demanding. "When he wanted something, he wanted it right then and there. No one really messed with him," John Michaels told Fox News. Michaels, who did some work for Epstein, said he stopped after the hurricane. "He bought a barge company that was about to go under and then he used it to help himself after the storm, not us," Michaels said. In fact, the island is still reeling from the effects of hurricanes Irma and Maria. Some residents on St. Thomas were without electricity for more than 120 days. Michaels, who initially said he has "no interest" in anything Epstein, told Fox News he's had somewhat of a change of heart. "I'd like to go up there and take the flag that's at half staff on his island," he said. "That's an insult to so many people here. You think I can get me a charter boat for that?"
  9. Ingredients 2 tablespoons olive oil 1 large onion finely chopped 1 pound ground beef 1-2 tablespoons dried oregano 1 28 ounce can of crushed or pureed tomatoes 3 cloves garlic chopped 2 tablespoons tomato paste 1 good sized handful fresh parsley chopped Salt and pepper to taste ½ pound spaghetti Grated Pecorino Romano or Parmesan cheese for serving optional Cups - Metric Instructions Heat the olive oil in a large pan over medium heat. Add the onions and sauté until lightly golden, 2 to 3 minutes. Add the garlic and fry another minute. Add the ground beef; fry until fully cooked and no pink shows at all in the meat (about 8 minutes). Add the oregano and tomato paste and mix with the meat. Add the tomatoes, parsley, and bring to a boil. Season with the salt and pepper. Reduce the heat to low, and cook for at least 15 minutes (you can cook longer for a deeper flavor). In the meantime, cook the spaghetti according to the package instructions. Drain and serve topped with the sauce and cheese (if using). Recipe Notes Use lean, low-fat meat to avoid a greasy sauce. Seasoning the meat with salt and pepper adds an extra kick of flavor which is key to speeding up the cooking time of this sauce. Make this sauce your own by adding whatever fresh or dried herbs of your choice or even some red wine which can be added and cooked down before adding the tomatoes. When adding the dried oregano, try rubbing it between your palms to release maximum flavor. Use good quality tomatoes when shopping for ingredients - don’t skimp, the better quality the tomatoes, the better the sauce will be. If you have the time, simmering the sauce for longer will add a deeper flavor. For extra depth of flavor, add a half cup of the wine of your choice before adding the tomatoes
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