Robert Schlosser

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Op-Ed News
Full Documentary: "Food, Inc."she eats. As one chicken industry representative puts it, "In a way we're not p
Full Documentary: "Food, Inc."
Op-Ed News / Posted 4 days ago
she eats. As one chicken industry representative puts it, "In a way we're not producing chickens; we're producing food." Robert Kenner's Food, Inc. had its American broadcast premiere as a special broadcast on Wednesday, April 21, 2010 at 9 p.m.... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
JOHN SCHLOSSER 1928-2015 BYESVILLE -- John Dean Schlosser, 86, of Cambridge, passed away Sunday (
JOHN SCHLOSSER 1928
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted 11 days ago
-2015 BYESVILLE -- John Dean Schlosser, 86, of Cambridge, passed away Sunday (Aug. 23) at Southeastern Med in Cambridge. He was born Dec. 24, 1928, in Cambridge, the son of the late John B. and Annabelle (McManaway)... Read more
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Op-Ed News
Full Documentary: "Food, Inc."she eats. As one chicken industry representative puts it, "In a way we're not p
Full Documentary: "Food, Inc."
Op-Ed News / Posted 15 days ago
she eats. As one chicken industry representative puts it, "In a way we're not producing chickens; we're producing food." Robert Kenner's Food, Inc. has its American broadcast premiere as a special broadcast on Wednesday, April 21, 2010 at 9 p.m.... Read more
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SaukValley.com
Marjorie J. Burris survived by her husband, Jack; three children, Daniel (Erica) Burr of Naperv
Marjorie J. Burr
SaukValley.com / Posted 16 days ago
is survived by her husband, Jack; three children, Daniel (Erica) Burr of Naperville, Mariah Burr of Aurora, and Sarah Schlosser of Dixon; three sisters, Elizabeth Talbot of Wisconsin, Janice (Robert) Knudsen of Waterman, and Kendra (Robin)... Read more
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The Age
Melbourne Writers Festival announces its 30th-birthday program with a look aheadSarah Waters, Jon Ronson, Antony Beevor, S.J. Watson and Will Self, activists a
Melbourne Writers Festival announces its 30th-birthday program with a look ahead
The Age / Posted 17 days ago
Sarah Waters, Jon Ronson, Antony Beevor, S.J. Watson and Will Self, activists and writers Naomi Klein, Tariq Ali and Eric Schlosser, Indonesian novelist Eka Kurniawan​, American publisher and novelist Jonathan Galassi​, US writers Sarai​ Walker,... Read more
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The Hub
Bulletin Boardas alcohol or gasoline. The most popular plane in the club is a plane that runs
Bulletin Board
The Hub / Posted 24 days ago
as alcohol or gasoline. The most popular plane in the club is a plane that runs on electricity. The current president, Robert Kallok, has been a member for 20 years and the organization’s president for five years. Kallok said the club members... Read more
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News Transcript
Jersey Coast Sport Fliers to present Aviation Dayas alcohol or gasoline. The most popular plane in the club is a plane that runs
Jersey Coast Sport Fliers to present Aviation Day
News Transcript / Posted 24 days ago
as alcohol or gasoline. The most popular plane in the club is a plane that runs on electricity. The current president, Robert Kallok, has been a member for 20 years and the organization’s president for five years. Kallok said the club members... Read more
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Perth Now
Simple typo that cost $19 billionAustralia, where politicians are groping for ideas to stimulate the state’s fla
Simple typo that cost $19 billion
Perth Now / Posted 24 days ago
Australia, where politicians are groping for ideas to stimulate the state’s flagging economy, investigative journalist Eric Schlosser has a cautionary tale that should make us think twice. The US author of Command and Control has explored America’s... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Why small errors can mean big nuclear problemsAustralia, where politicians are groping for ideas to stimulate the state’s fla
Why small errors can mean big nuclear problems
Daily Telegraph / Posted 24 days ago
Australia, where politicians are groping for ideas to stimulate the state’s flagging economy, investigative journalist Eric Schlosser has a cautionary tale that should make us think twice. The US author of Command and Control has explored America’s... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Simple typo that cost $19 billionAustralia, where politicians are groping for ideas to stimulate the state’s fla
Simple typo that cost $19 billion
Adelaide Now / Posted 24 days ago
Australia, where politicians are groping for ideas to stimulate the state’s flagging economy, investigative journalist Eric Schlosser has a cautionary tale that should make us think twice. The US author of Command and Control has explored America’s... Read more
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Herald Sun
Why small errors can mean big nuclear problemsAustralia, where politicians are groping for ideas to stimulate the state’s fla
Why small errors can mean big nuclear problems
Herald Sun / Posted 25 days ago
Australia, where politicians are groping for ideas to stimulate the state’s flagging economy, investigative journalist Eric Schlosser has a cautionary tale that should make us think twice. The US author of Command and Control has explored America’s... Read more
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News.com.au
Why small errors can mean big nuclear problemsEric Schlosser exposes our Nuclear Delusions at Festival of Dangerous Ideas Do
Why small errors can mean big nuclear problems
News.com.au / Posted 25 days ago
Eric Schlosser exposes our Nuclear Delusions at Festival of Dangerous Ideas Does Australia know what it’s signing up for? Picture: Jean-Christophe Verhaegen.Source: AFP IT TOOK 20 years and an estimated $19 billion to build and all but the simplest... Read more
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Perth Now
The simple typo that caused chaosAustralia, where politicians are groping for ideas to stimulate the state’s fla
The simple typo that caused chaos
Perth Now / Posted 25 days ago
Australia, where politicians are groping for ideas to stimulate the state’s flagging economy, investigative journalist Eric Schlosser has a cautionary tale that should make us think twice. The US author of Command and Control has explored America’s... Read more
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Times News
Tamaqua couple celebrates 65 yearswere married in Zion's Lutheran Church, Tamaqua, by the late Rev. Charles Schut
Tamaqua couple celebrates 65 years
Times News / Posted 1 months ago
were married in Zion's Lutheran Church, Tamaqua, by the late Rev. Charles Schutzer. Mrs. Snyder is the former Joan Schlosser. She retired after 25 years of working as the Tamaqua borough secretary. Her husband is a disabled veteran with 16... Read more

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