The Daily Populous

Wednesday January 15th, 2020 evening edition

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The Juventus forward eats as many as six times a day, with fish - chiefly sword fish, tuna and cod - making up the staple of his diet.

Cristiano also puts away plenty of chicken, whose low fat content and high levels of protein earn it 'super food' status in the Portuguese's eyes.

Two lunches, two dinners... For breakfast, one option Cristiano favours is ham and cheese, accompanied by a low-fat yoghurt.

When it comes to snacktime, a bite to eat particularly enjoyed by the former Manchester United and Real Madrid star is avocado toast.

Lunch number one might consist of chicken and salad, while lunch number two could be fish, such as tuna, with salad, eggs and olives.

For dinner, he tends to have meat or fish, sometimes also dividing his evening meal into two separate sittings.

Cristiano, 34, also likes to sleep eight hours a night and have several naps a day: at times even five. »

#CNNisTrash trending for perceived bias against Bernie Sanders at Democratic debate

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CNN is catching heat from viewers for their questioning of Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-Vt.) at the Democratic debate Tuesday night.

Just a day earlier, it was reported that Sanders had told fellow presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Ma.)

Sanders went on to say that he’s been saying for decades that a woman could be president, citing a YouTube video shot in 1988 proving as much. »

HOA in Arizona forcing teen who lost both parents out of 55+ community

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The family of Collin Clabaugh, 15, tells ABC15 that their grandson came to live with them after both his parents died two weeks apart.

“It’s amazing how one rule is more important than one person’s life,” said Melodie Passmore, grandmother of Clabaugh.

They say Clabaugh did not enter the home until the end of 2018 after the passing of his parents. »

Sony Boss Says Tarantino Made ‘Right Decision’ Refusing to Edit ‘Hollywood’ for China

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Bruce Lee’s daughter Shannon reportedly filed a complaint to China’s National Film Administration due to Tarantino’s portrayal of her father, a national hero in China.

Tarantino refused to edit the Bruce Lee scene out in order to secure a theatrical release in China.

“They absolutely backed me, 100%,” Tarantino recently told Deadline about Sony agreeing to skip China. »

Serena Williams Donates Tennis Prize Money to Australia Wildfire Relief

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Serena Williams donated her $43,000 prize from Sunday's ASB Classic Match to Australian wildfire relief efforts.

Serena Williams won her first big tennis championship title in three years and is using her prize money to pay it forward.

Williams joins a growing list of celebrities who have brought awareness to the ongoing Australian wildfires and donated money toward relief efforts. »