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By Julia Milet 

The US government spent $450,000 trying to work out if dinosaurs could sing. Unsurprisingly, they couldn’t say for certain reasons. But it didn’t stop them wasting millions of taxpayers’ cash on seemingly daft ‘scientific’ investigations. 102 palabras más


Desperate Housewives: How To Please A Man

Desperate Housewives: How To Please A Man

In the last installment, we learned that a woman’s place is in the kitchen. But these dames can do more than just cook! 293 palabras más


SERIE: Devious Maids (temporada 2)

Oh, yes! Rich women always complain about their maids to their friends… They complain about us, we complain about them… is the circle of life. – Rosie…

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Ana Ortíz

Desperate Housewives, Tesla and Power Utilities digital transformation.

One Friday evening last October, the film set of Desperate Housewives became the scene of the latest blow to a monopoly that went unchallenged for over 200 years: the control of the electricity chain by power utilities. 681 palabras más

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Desperate Housewives: In the Kitchen 

Desperate Housewives: In the Kitchen.

What are they really telling us?

  1. “Radishes take on a new whimsical quality when suspended in New Celery Flavor JELL-O® Gelatin for Salads.” -Anne Marie Whitman, 1965…
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SERIE: Devious Maids (temporada 1)

I think what you people do is heroic. You wash clothes you can’t afford. You polish silver you will never dine with. You mop floors for people who don’t bother to learn your last names, and still you dare to dream of a better life.

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Ana Ortíz

Teri Hatcher Cast In 'Mysterious New Role' On Supergirl

Teri Hatcher is widely known as one of the ‘Desperate Housewives’, her infamous role on ‘Seinfeld’ (“Yes they’re real, and they’re wonderful”) but over twenty years ago she played the iconic Lois Lane on “Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman” opposite Dean Cain’s Clark Kent/Superman. 96 palabras más