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The actress is working with a sexual wellness company that is legitimizing vibrators and other sexual props.
- U.S.Associated Press
An Arizona tourist died and his wife was rescued Friday after their vehicle got two flat tires and they went missing in Death Valley National Park in California. Alexander Lofgren, 32, and Emily Henkel, 27, were found on a steep ledge near Willow Creek in the desert park, but Lofgren was dead, according to a statement from the Inyo Creek Sheriff's Office. Henkel was flown to Lemoore Naval Air Station for treatment, and there was no immediate word on her condition.
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"While not commonly seen in the park, this harmless species of snake is native to the area and very beneficial to the environment," Pittsburgh Animal Care & Control wrote in a statement
- CelebrityIn The Know
Man slams girlfriend after discovering her ‘unbelievably bad’ secret behavior: ‘Something’s not right with her’
The husband was "shocked" after finding out what she had done from his Facebook account.
My wife drinks and gambles our money away, and my adult stepchildren are deadbeats who do drugs and play video games. What can I do?
‘We literally have nothing in savings and no plan for retirement, due to the fact that no one but me seems to care. At this rate, I am going to have to work until I’m 150.’
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