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    This Thursday, Telecinco issued a new chapter of The island of temptations 3. Among the novelties, it was possible to see how Sandra Barneda offered the boys that one of them saw the girls for 10 minutes. The participants deliberated that it was Diego, as he had many doubts with Lola. Upon returning, he recounted what he had seen, including that Claudia, Raúl’s girlfriend, was with Tony in his room. This caused the canary to collapse in a matter of seconds. For their part, Claudia and Tony were preparing the latter’s costume suit for a themed party. “It was a jug of cold water, because I was not expecting it at all. I’ve always been very sure of myself And here I have realized that I am weaker. This is fucking shit, fucking garbage. What are you playing at? It makes me angry that he doesn’t think of me....
    A polyamorous man has revealed he's trying to get both his wives pregnant at the same time so they can share the journey together.  Jimmy Silva, 36, and ChaCha Sahagun, 32, from California, have been together for a decade and started dating Summer Pelletier, 26, after they both fell for her during a first meeting at a business event in 2012. The trio started dating but kept their relationship open and spent years experimenting - and they all tied the knot after Jimmy proposed last April to both women using two diamond rings that were made from a single stone cut in two.   The triad spoke about starting a family, while Jimmy told how he wanted to get both pregnant at the same time so they could enjoy the journey together,' according to The Daily Star.  'I wanna get both of them pregnant at the same time,' he said. 'So it's...
    Expect to see a lot more of the same if there's a second Trump administration.President Donald Trump has consistently pointed to tax cuts and regulatory relief as key successes of his first four years in office. He has repeatedly pushed for the end of the Obama-era health law but has yet to deliver a plan to replace it. And he has spent most of this year defending his response to the coronavirus pandemic while fighting openly with scientists and medical experts about vaccines, treatments and more.If he gets another four years in office, there's no indication of any big policy shift.SEE ALSO: Where Joe Biden stands on key 2020 issuesA glimpse at how a second Trump term might look:ECONOMY, TAXES AND THE DEBTLow unemployment and a soaring stock market were Trump's calling cards before the pandemic. While the stock market clawed its way back after cratering in the early weeks...
    By The Associated Press Expect to see a lot more of the same if there's a second Trump administration. President Donald Trump has consistently pointed to tax cuts and regulatory relief as key successes of his first four years in office. He has repeatedly pushed for the end of the Obama-era health law but has yet to deliver a plan to replace it. And he has spent most of this year defending his response to the coronavirus pandemic while fighting openly with scientists and medical experts about vaccines, treatments and more. If he gets another four years in office, there's no indication of any big policy shift. A glimpse at how a second Trump term might look: ___ ECONOMY, TAXES AND THE DEBT Low unemployment and a soaring stock market were Trump’s calling cards before the pandemic. While the stock market clawed its way back after cratering in the early...
    Expect to see a lot more of the same if there's a second Trump administration. President Donald Trump has consistently pointed to tax cuts and regulatory relief as key successes of his first four years in office. He has repeatedly pushed for the end of the Obama-era health law but has yet to deliver a plan to replace it. And he has spent most of this year defending his response to the coronavirus pandemic while fighting openly with scientists and medical experts about vaccines, treatments and more. If he gets another four years in office, there's no indication of any big policy shift. A glimpse at how a second Trump term might look: ___ ECONOMY, TAXES AND THE DEBT Low unemployment and a soaring stock market were Trump’s calling cards before the pandemic. While the stock market clawed its way back after cratering in the early weeks of the...
    Surprise! Visit Denver just announced a surprise, first-ever fall Denver Restaurant Week -- but then, this year has been full of surprises, all brought on by the unpleasant surprise of the coronavirus pandemic. When it was introduced sixteen years ago, Denver Restaurant Week was designed to help eateries through a typically slow period in dining: late February and early March. Now, of course, restaurants are anticipating business getting cold, very cold, as winter descends and those impromptu patios that have expanded seating for the last several months begin to look a lot less attractive.Related Stories Denver Extends Outdoor Dining Program Through October 2021 Beer Calendar: Get Out and Vote — for IPAs COVID-19 in Colorado Timeline: The First Six Months The fall Denver Restaurant Week, set for November 13 through November 22, is designed to heat up the dining scene with creative menus, offered both in-house and to-go. “For...
    Ruth Bader Ginsburg in hospital for treatment of possible infection Washington fans are already mocking up logos for their possible new NFL team names Supermodel Beverly Johnson Is Engaged at 67: Weve Lived Through a Lot of the Same Things Ask Beverly Johnson what makes her fiancé Brian Maillian such a good match and she says with a laugh: "This is the first time I've dated someone so close to my age! We know the same songs and we've lived through a lot of the same things." © Michael Letterlough Jr. "Just finding the love of my life at this point in my life has been amazing," Johnson tells PEOPLE exclusively of her recent engagement to financier Brian Maillian They also share a deep bond. 23 Cool Products That Could Sell Out In 2020 LEARN MORE Ad Gadgets Post Johnson, the supermodel who made history as the first Black...
    There’s a right way and a lot of wrong ways to cook a steak. Summer is made for grilling and Americans don’t seem to have any problems with that. When it comes to what gets thrown on that grill and how it’s cooked, however, things get a little more complicated. A new study reveals that while Americans may like a variety of different kinds of steaks, they mostly like them cooked either well-done or medium-well. (iStock) A new study shows that three in 10 Americans are still planning on having a cookout this Fourth of July, Southwest News Service (SWNS) reports. Overall, 49 percent of the survey’s respondents said they have a dedicated cookout day during the summer. The study, commissioned by the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association, also looked at what people were cooking on the grill, mainly with steaks. While the various cuts of steak all posted similar...
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