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Jennifer Aniston Drops Some Behind The Scenes Cleavage

Here’s Jennifer Aniston looking pretty damn sexy for a forty-one year old, and dropping some impressive cleavage on the set of her upcoming movie “Fast friends”. Ok, I’m only kidding about the age thing, because Aniston looks hotter and has more of a killer body than the majority of actresses in their twenties… and judging from the last photo on the first row… supermodels as well. The babe next to her in the baby blue dress? That’s supermodel Brooklyn Decker, and as you can see, Aniston’s body totally blows Decker’s body out of the water. Actually, and I can’t believe I’m saying this, Aniston makes Decker look… fat.

Marisa Miller’s Ass in Celebrity Flag Football Game of the Day

Celebrities or “Hardly-Celebrities” always try to get into the action. If some big event is going down, they have to do some stunt to annoy the public with, thinking that we care, when really it makes them look like they are latching onto something bigger than them, for a little attention….so obviously when the superbowl came along – they had no choice but to do a flag superbowl for the stars, and by stars I mean Olivia Munn and Marisa Miller who are hardly stars to begin with, they shoulda thrown in that guy from the viagra commercial and one of the Extras on Golden Palace to make shit really legit and all I know is that if I was playing I’d be tackling Marisa Miller too.

Isla Fisher is One Hot Lady in Red

Isla Fisher has earned her spot on the MILF list in this hot little number. Tight and red. It suits Isla very, very well. She’s at the premiere of her new animated flick Rango with Johnny Depp. Whatever. This chick has two kids with Sacha Baron Cohen. TWO. Hell, you may be able to make the argument with her that motherhood does a body good. Isla may be starring in a kids’ flick right now, but I’ll always think of her as that crazy, super horny chick from Wedding Crashers. She’s had my heart ever since she jacked Vince Vaughn off at the dinner table in that movie.

Heidi Montag Tries To Be Funny, Fails, Remains Freaking Hot

Here’s everyone’s favorite augmented reality star, Heidi Montag, in a new Funny or Die video, in which she tries to be funny (I think), but fails miserably. Heidi goes on about plastic or something; I’m not really sure because I muted the damn thing after her doorknob of a husband showed up. Having said all of that, she looks freaking hot. I know, I know, it pains me to say it, but c’mon, she does. Yes, even if she is more plastic than human at this point, and a totally ditz. Enjoy!

PHOTOGRAPHY & EYE CANDY

Confused Flamingo's Epic Fall From Grace Causes Ripples

Usually known for their ability to stand on one leg without any trouble for hours at a time, this daft bird's balance totally escaped him as he took a tumble in a lake while going for a quick paddle. Strolling through the shallow pool in his enclosure at Moscow Zoo, the flamingo went to dip his head under the water to cool off. But, with his head well and truly submerged, he lost his footing and plunged head over feet into the water. As he desperately splashed about, the confused bird begins to do somersaults with his legs wildly flailing in all directions. After flipping over several times and almost sinking, the flamingo eventually managed to regain his composure and casually swam away like nothing had happened.

Light Pillar – Nature’s Beautiful Special Effect

Light pillars scrape the night sky over Alaska. It may look as if an alien invasion force is beaming down to overrun our little planet but, in fact, this is a purely natural phenomenon. Light and water is all that is needed to produce this remarkable special effect.

Most Beautiful Nature Photography

Some of the most beautiful examples of nature photography you might have not seen before. These includes photographs of trees, water scapes, fields, sun sets , sun rises etc. and are taken by amazing photographers on deviant art. Hope you enjoy them!

U.S. Adventurer Becomes First Man To Cross The Alps With Helium Balloons

The intrepid adventurer who crossed the English Channel by helium balloon has taken to the air once again - this time with a floating journey over the Alps. Jonathan Trappe, a trained pilot from Raleigh, North Carolina, is the first person to cross the European mountain range using helium balloons as his method of transport. Strapped to 54 of the brightly-coloured, gas filled balloons, the 38-year-old took almost 12 hours to make his historic crossing, around half of which was completed in the dark. Mr Trappe, who last year crossed the English Channel hanging from helium balloons, floated westward over the French Alps after taking off from Gap, south-east France. At one point he feared he would smack straight into the massive Monte Viso near the French-Italian border.

PLANES, TRAINS & AUTOMOBILES

Ford F650 Limousine is Big in China

Here we have a gigantic Ford F650 Limousine seen in Beijing by reader & serial spotter Navigator84. This monster is at least 20 meters long and likely used for parties, like, lalala, marriages! The Ford F650 is relatively unknown in China and Ford doesn’t officially export it, all come in via the lucrative gray market. Shipping this giant over the Pacific needed a big boat. The F650 is powered by a 6.7 liter Cummins diesel or a 6.8 liter Modular V10 gas engine. Both fine power plants for a vehicle like this. What exactly powers this white example I sadly can’t say for sure. It will be registered as a truck in China which means the diesel is most likely. We did see one other F650 in China before at a dealer in Tianjin, that one was powered by the V10 and therefore basically unmovable since gas is a rare commodity at gas stations in China.

Let Me Be Your Little Wheel, Baby: The Original BMC Mini

The BMC Mini is one of a tiny handful of vehicles that are truly iconic, immediately recognizable even by people who know nothing about cars. It's as enduring a symbol of sixties Britain as the Beatles and James Bond -- a revolutionary little shoebox on wheels that rewrote the rules for compact cars. Yhis week, we look at the history of the original Mini. Just as the first Big Three compacts of 1960 emerged from the "Eisenhower Recession" of 1957-1958, the Mini was born in crisis. In October 1956, the British and French governments colluded with Israel in a plan to retake the Suez Canal, which Egyptian president Gamal Abdel Nasser had nationalized that summer. Israeli armed forces advanced into the Sinai Peninsula, providing a pretense for an Anglo-French task force, dubbed Operation Musketeer, to invade Egypt, ostensibly to ensure the security of the Canal Zone. Both the United States and the Soviet Union refused to support the invasion, and U.S. President Dwight Eisenhower exerted strong economic pressure on Great Britain to withdraw, nearly collapsing the British pound. The Musketeer task force pulled out ignominiously in early November, less than 10 days after the invasion began. In retaliation, Saudi Arabia imposed an embargo on oil shipments to France and the UK, which brought a return to fuel rationing in December 1956.

I Am Lamborghini's New Beating V12 Heart

We told you this weekend Lamborghini's Murcielago replacement will feature a 6.5-liter V12 engine with an output of 700hp at 8,250 RPM and max torque of 509 lb/ft of torque at 5,500 RPM. Here it is. More below. It's not just a new engine, Lamborghini's also mating a brand-new transmission to its new beating beast of a bull heart. They're calling it the "Lamborghini ISR" — an automated manual gearbox combining "minimal shift times and everyday usability with low weight and dimensions to guarantee that emotional sensation from gearshifts, which customers expect from a super sports car at the very top of the premier league." Sorry for getting carried away with that press release blurb, we just love the Italglish in Lamborghini press releases. Anyway, the details are thus: an almost 50% shorter shift time than with a dual-clutch transmission –- with the benefits of lower weight and smaller size.

Why Your Electric Vehicle ‘Fuel’ Will Be Free

Much is being written about electric vehicles (EVs) and their potential to reduce greenhouse gasses, increase the adoption of renewable energy, and help us overcome our reliance on fossil fuels. While these are true and compelling reasons to switch our fuel sources from oil to electron-based, it can’t all be about sandals and sackcloth. In order for EVs to become a viable long term transportation option, the reasons to buy one have to be economic as well as emotional. This means the lifetime costs of an EV—the upfront as well as the ongoing costs—must come down. How can EVs become more attractive to consumers price-wise? One of the ways can be from the realistic prospect of free ‘fuel.’

TECHNOLOGY & OTHER NEAT STUFF

The Real Alien Ant Farm

We might be a little in danger of coming over all Monty Python if we pose the question what has NASA ever done for us? It is a good question, however and one which we will seek to answer in an occasional series of articles, beginning with this one. The real alien ant farm! Generations of children have been fascinated by ant farms (not to mention adults who often use the kids wanted one as an excuse) but when it comes to dirt, you can’t really see a great deal of what is going on inside. Enter NASA. Back in 2003, the Space Agency wanted to see how ants would create their tunnels in zero gravity. However, there was a problem, not so much for Houston but for the ants. The problem was gravity, specifically the almighty amount of it associated with getting a shuttle off terra firma and in to space. If sand had been used then it would shift under the gravity and inevitably crush the life out of the ants. A container full of squished ants would not be very useful for any sort of study in space – unless it was to be a taste test of some kind.

Cutest Quadcopter Ever Sounds Like a Swarm of Angry Bees

Instead of calling CrazyFlie (as it's known) a tiny quadcopter, it might be more accurate to just describe it as a PCB that happens to also be able to launch itself into the air. Measuring a scant 10 centimeters per side, CrazyFlie uses its PCB as a primary structural component, which helps keep the size and weight to a minimum... In total, we're talking about only 20 grams. Despite its tinyness, the quadcopter includes a charging port, radio, 3-axis accelerometer, two gyroscopes, and a lightweight 110 mAh LiPO battery that gives it about four and a half minutes of flying time. All of the data from the accelerometer and gyros is being used to keep the copter dynamically stable, making minuscule adjustments 250 times every second using the onboard CPU. And it seems to work pretty well: for such a little platform, CrazyFlie seems remarkably stable.

Mount St. Helens

Thirty years after the blast, Mount St. Helens is reborn again. Beer cans once lay at the bottom of Spirit Lake. Mark Smith remembers them perfectly: 20-year-old Olympia flattops, their shiny gold lettering somehow preserved by the clear, cold water. He remembers ten-inch rainbow trout: planters for the tourists. He remembers a sunken rowboat from the YMCA camp, its bow resting on a submerged stump. A teenager when he began scuba diving in the shadow of Mount St. Helens, he remembers the lake as it was before the May 1980 eruption, before the top 1,300 feet of the volcano—more than three billion cubic yards of mud, ash, and melting snow—avalanched into it. Before the lake became twice as big but half as deep. Before virtually all evidence of life, animal and human—the cabins and roads and camps and cans—were obliterated. Before the lake became a stinky soup, devoid of oxygen and covered with a floating mat of tree trunks ripped from the landscape. What Smith remembers best is what he called the "petrified" forest: a ghostly stand of sunken, branchless firs, buried upright dozens of yards below the surface. The underwater forest was a mystery to him until the mountain exploded.

Hops Holster 12 Can Ammo Pack

before but nothing can compare to the Hops Holster 12 Can Ammo Pack! There are 12 insulated holsters and each one holds a single 12-ounce can. Next time you’re tailgating, camping or attending a BYOB party you can avoid those long, thirsty walks back to the cooler or the fridge by keeping a plethora of your favorite canned beers right on your chest. Warning: Wearing this holster may result in your friends using you as a human pack mule that exclusively carries beer.

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