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    A WOMAN went viral on TikTok after spotting herself in a picture of her husband from years before they even met. Ailiz Melina Zambrano Pinargote, 26, from Ecuador, was looking through child hood photos of her husband when she spotted something unbelievable. 2The married couple didn't realise they had actually come across each other alreadyCredit: Jam Press/@ailizmelinazambrano 2Ailiz spotted herself in the background of one of her husband's childhood photosCredit: Jam Press Vid/@ailizmelinazambra In the background of one of the pictures which was taken 15 years ago, you can see a young Ailiz staring at a random boy. However little did Ailiz know, that she was actually staring at her future husband, Pedro Pablo Pico Moreira, 29. "I don't remember anything about the photo, because I was a girl and I didn't know him, I hadn't seen him, I just remember that every year we went to the city parades with my mom." Ailiz told NeedToKnow.Online. She said: "One day we went to my mother-in-law's house and I asked her to show me my husband's photo album from when he...
    Jazmine Sullivan took home some big wins at the 2022 Grammys, her first since breaking into the music industry over a decade ago. The acclaimed 34-year-old singer won the Grammy for best R&B album for her 2021 project "Heaux Tales" and R&B performance for "Pick Up Your Feelings," in a tie with Silk Sonic's "Leave the Door Open." [Heaux Tales ended up being] "a safe space for Black women to tell their stories, for us to learn from each other, laugh with each other, and not be exploited," the Philadelphia native said in her acceptance speech Sunday night. Here are something interesting things you may not know about Jazmine Sullivan.  She has lost 12 Grammy awards in her career, after first being nominated for Best New Artist and Best Contemporary R&B Album for "Fearless" in 2009.  She graduated from the Philadelphia High School for the Creative and Performing Arts in 2005. Her mom is a former backup singer for Philadelphia International Records and her dad was a curator for the city's Historic Strawberry Mansion. Missy Elliott, Christina Milian, Snoop Dogg,...
    The recent spate of robberies that saw stores in San Francisco and the surrounding Bay Area ransacked by hordes of looters was organized on social media by people who often did not know each other, police investigating the incidents now reveal. 'This isn’t "The Godfather" by any stretch,' said San Mateo County District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe Monday, of the string of 'smash and grab' robberies plaguing the Southern California community in recent months, amid increased crime spurred by the pandemic and lax burglary laws implemented by the state. 'It’s the modern version of "Hey, there’s a party tonight" and suddenly you have 100 kids showing up.'  Wagstaffe is one of several San Francisco prosecutors tasked with tackling the daunting task of quelling organized retail theft, as part of a newly formed coalition of prosecutors investigating the incidents. The task force, comprised of several Bay Area attorneys, further revealed that robbers used Snapchat and other social-media apps and messaging services to coordinate their heists. The tactics used by the perpetrators, which police concede is something that they have never seen before, make catching...
    Apple’s late founder Steve Jobs and one of the richest men in the world, Microsoft founder Bill Gates, have known each other for 30 years. in the beginning Bill Gajets He praised the work, he wrote him a letter, which he kept when he said it, when he died. However, a match soon ensued. The acquaintance begins with the work that Gates came up with to turn him into Apple software. “It was a strange visit, then Steve said he really didn’t need us and he was doing better, but he tried to sell his product. The way he acted, he said he didn’t need us, but he said he could put us in business,” Gates later said. . In the 1980s, Steve Jobs wanted to develop Microsoft software. Bill did not accept this. Their collaboration ended in 1985 when Microsoft released the first Witno. Steve then accused Bill of stealing. Eventually, they both stole the interface from Xerox. “I think it’s very accurate that the two of us had a rich neighbor Xerox. I wanted to break into...
    DEAR ABBY: My dearest friend passed away five years ago. He was a severe alcoholic, and his death resulted from it. Jeanne Phillips  I was aware of how bad things had gotten and I was trying to talk him into getting help. I live across the country but visited and spoke with him often. I was considering telling his parents how bad things were since they were mainly supporting him, but I was torn because he was an adult, and I didn’t know if it would be appropriate. Well, while I was considering it, he passed away, and I haven’t been able to get over the guilt. I feel like I should’ve done more. Related Articles Dear Abby: Is something wrong with me that I don’t want to go to the party? Dear Abby: Apparently I’m good enough to watch their pets but not to hang out with Dear Abby: I’m appalled by other women’s reaction to my wedding ring Dear Abby: I can’t date this man because of what my kid...
    ROSELLE,Ill -- Braxton Mayes has been walking three hours each way to work and back after his car broke down. Each morning he leaves at 4 a.m. "It's just one of those things," Mayes said. "You gotta do what you gotta do."The 20-year-old walks about 12 miles each way between the west suburban towns of Montgomery and Batavia, which is about a marathon each day. One day, Chicago radio personality Ray Stevens saw Mayes walking. That's when he stopped to offer a ride and discovered the backstory. Stevens decided to help Mayes by creating a social media campaign to help raise funds to fix Mayes's car. In days, Stevens raised more than $4,000."It brought me to tears," Mayes said. "I didn't know when I would come up with the money to fix it or how many times I would have to walk."Mayes said he expects the repairs to his car to be completed soon. His employer apparently didn't know he was walking and will now provide him a ride.
    A WOMAN who sent a friend request to a stranger by mistake now plans to marry him as they've found a "soul mate" in one another. Jo Kelly, 42, from Ebbw Vale, Wales, accidentally hit the button to add Matthew Benja, 34, as a friend after he popped up on her 'people you may know'. 7Jo Kelly, 42, accidentally added Matthew Benja, 34, on Facebook and they now plan to be marriedCredit: SWNS They had mutual friends but didn't know each other and she added him by mistake. He then accepted the request and sent her a message saying 'do I know you?' and she apologised - saying 'no, sorry'. But she then began to like some of his posts and the pair exchanged messages again and eventually fell in love. The pair now plan to get engaged and move in together. 7They had mutual friends but didn't know each other and she added him by mistakeCredit: SWNS They also helped each other through some tough times together, after Matthew was hospitalised with a severe throat abscess and Jo endured...
    Senator Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) declared Monday on MSNBC’s “Live” that President Donald Trump’s attempt to have Republican lawmakers challenge the Electoral College certification on January 6 will fail. Tur said, “I know you have a lot of conversations with Republicans, so maybe you have an idea, could he have found one Republican senator to object to the Electoral College results?” Klobuchar said, “I will be one of the four members of Congress up there, receiving these results. This is on January 6th. When most people saw that tweet where he said, see you on January 6, I think they saw it as what’s that? For me, it was an ominous sign that he is not giving up on this. Do I believe our Democracy will prevail? I do, but literally, we have to go through each state and if in the ones they appear to be targeting, which is Arizona, Nevada, Georgia, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania, if they’re joined by just one senator. Then we have a two-hour debate in each of the chambers followed by a vote.” She added,...
    The castle at Disneyland Paris looks like something out of a storybook. rifqa.j/Shutterstock There are Disney castles in theme parks around the world, and each one has its own unique features and secrets.  Disneyland Paris is the only castle that has a dragon lurking underneath it.  It took almost 18 months to build Cinderella Castle at Walt Disney World. The drawbridge on Sleeping Beauty Castle at Disneyland has only been lowered twice.  Shanghai Disneyland's Enchanted Storybook Castle is built in an amphitheater to accommodate more guests during shows and fireworks. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. When people think of the Disney parks, they may picture the iconic castles that stand tall in each of them.  But you may not know that Disney castles around the globe each have their own unique features and attributes.  Here are some little-known facts about all of the different castles in Disney parks:
    Actors Jennifer Aniston (L) and Paul Rudd arrive at the premiere of Universal Pictures' 'Wanderlust' held at Mann Village Theatre on February 16, 2012 in Westwood, California. Kevin Winter/Getty Images There are many famous dynamic duos who people might not realize are best friends. From actor Matthew McConaughey and chef Guy Fieri to Selena Gomez and Jennifer Aniston, these stars have found kindred spirits in their Hollywood circles.  Others, like Leonardo DiCaprio and Tobey Maguire, have been friends since childhood. Visit Insider's homepage for more. Celebrities know just how nice it is to have friends on the inside in Hollywood. These friends can help each other land roles, defend against the gossip magazines, or even fluff each other's dresses on the red carpet. You surely know about Matt Damon and Ben Affleck's lasting friendship and you might be well aware that "Friends" costars Jennifer Aniston and Courteney Cox are best buds in real life, but there are quite a few friendships that you likely never knew about.  Here are celebrity duos you likely didn't know were friends. Amy Daire...
    YouTube Nichol Kessinger and Chris Watts. Nichol Kessinger was the mistress of married Colorado father Chris Watts when Watts murdered his wife, Shanann, and their two children, Celeste and Bella. The crime is featured in a new Netflix show that describes the disintegrating marriage between Watts and his wife before the murders. Watts tried to blame the deaths of the girls on Shanann, saying he snapped after she killed them and killed her, but prosecutors and a jury didn’t buy it. He’s serving life sentences without parole for all of the murders. Shanann was pregnant at the time of her death and the fetus also died. The voluminous police file in the case contains details about Nichol Kessinger’s affair with Watts, and it also contains copies of some of their text messages. Some texts could not be recovered, but some were. You can read them below. Kessinger was not implicated in the deaths in any way. “You know, it wasn’t fair to his family for him to have an affair. It wasn’t fair to me to have...
    Stocks Charge Higher on M&A News and Vaccine Progress How to Watch the Nissan Z Proto Make Its Debut Live on Sept. 15 Savvy Americans do this to earn an extra $1,394 per month in retirement Ad Microsoft Wearing This 30 Mins/Day Reverses Years Of Bad Posture & Back Pain Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/12 SLIDES © 5 second Studio/Shutterstock Genetic inheritance Do you have your mom's button nose? Did your dad pass on the curse of sneezing in bright sunlight? And where did your baby's red, curly hair come from when there hasn't been a redhead in your family for generations? These questions may sound simple but the answers get complicated fast. Why? Because the science of genetic inheritance is complicated, says Dawn Allain, licensed genetic counselor and director of the Genetic Counseling Graduate Program at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. "It's nearly impossible to tease out...
    After Tampa Bay general manager Julien BriseBrois left open the possibility of Steven Stamkos returning at some point during the playoffs, coach Jon Cooper confirmed Sunday that the Lightning captain won’t be making his return against the Islanders. Cooper announced Sunday that Stamkos, who has been rehabbing an undisclosed lower-body injury since February, would not be available for the Eastern Conference finals. Game 1 is scheduled for Monday night in Edmonton at 8 p.m. The 30-year-old Stamkos had joined the Lightning for Phase 2 voluntary workouts in June but didn’t participate fully during training camp aside from some drills with the top power-play unit. Cooper said Sunday that Stamkos didn’t practice with the team and that he would relay updates as they came. “If something’s going to happen and he’s getting close, I will be the first one to tell you,” Cooper said Sunday. “But from here on out, you shouldn’t ask the questions because the answer’s not going to change. If something comes, I will update you.” Stamkos, who was second on the team in scoring this season with...
    By: Mezcalent August 19, 2020 Although he has been single for several months, Vadhir derbez acknowledge that has had love relationshipsI know that they have marked it a lot and despite the fact that they already finished, a beautiful friendship remained, such is the case of a girl named Natalie with whom it lasted a little more than half a year and hadn’t seen in a long time, but they reunited to the degree that they decided to go on a trip together. Through its channel Youtube, the son of Eugenio Derbez said started talking to his ex and she told him that she was going to go with your family to the beach and that he invited him with them and although at first everything was in a joking tone, the parents and The girl’s sister thought it would be a good idea because they didn’t know him well. “It was a very sudden and very interesting trip because we haven’t seen each other for more than two years. We have a very nice relationship, although it...
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