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Katherine Hagel's Dress Tries To Jump Ship

Katherine Hagel is more annoying than a mosquito buzzing in your ear while you're trying to sleep (speaking from experience), so it's no surprise that her dress tried to leave her ass at ShoWest in Las Vegas yesterday. Hagel went onstage to accept the award for Most Ungrateful Ho In Hollywood when her dress strap snapped and her chichi almost came piling out. Billy Bush, who presented Hagel with the award, had to hold her dress strap up so that she could give her acceptance speech without flashing a nip at the audience.

Jenni Farley And Her JWOOW Boobs

JWOWW or Jenni Farley strikes us with her rocking boobs! The Jersey Shore star was captured in the photos by the paparazzi on a beach from Cancun, wearing just a pink bikini. Of course, the part that caught everyone’s attention was the bottom one, because she exposed her boobs like in a museum. Anyway, she seems to have noticed that, because we can see her boobs here and there… everywhere, trying to hide her legs under a long dress. Still, there’s no bitterness, because I’m pleased with only her boobs. Those two slutty boobs make more than I would ask for and I’m thankful for everything she is willing to show.

Alessandra Ambrosio Rocks a Bikini For a Day of Surfing and Sun in Hawaii

Alessandra Ambrosio hit the beach in a two-piece Saturday in Hawaii. She's off on a family vacation with her fiancé Jamie Mazur and their young daughter, Anja. The afternoon on the sand included a bit of surfing for Alessandra before she retired to a deck chair with Anja. It was apparently great fun for Alessandra, who tweeted, "surfing in Waikiki is just amazing!" We last saw Alessandra Ambrosio in her bikini earlier this Summer, in May, during a Memorial Day stroll in Malibu with her family and little dog. There's been lots of work for Alessandra since then. She hit the CFDA Awards in June and then went to her home country of Brazil to shoot ads for Colcci alongside Ashton Kutcher. Alessandra is resting up now, though, writing yesterday on Twitter, "Hawaii, sunset, spa — so relaxing!"

Bar Refaeli Dangerous Bikini Pics

Model and agent for the Israeli Mossad, Bar Refaeli went on the offensive against Islam by showing her dangerously tight ass in a bikini. Obviously Bar Refaeli showing her exquisite anus in a bikini like this is just another one of her Jew tricks to distract the Muslim man from his righteous Jihading against the Zionist controlled infidel west. Well Bar Refaeli your little ploy will not work! In fact we will redouble our efforts, for we know that once we become martyrs and arrive in paradise we will receive much rounder and tighter asses then your treacherous Jew behind. Oh and they won’t have been defiled with DiCaprio spunk. Allahu Akbar!

PHOTOGRAPHY & EYE CANDY

Stunning Pictures and Photos

Photography is a very powerful medium and a very difficult craft. Excellent photos don’t only display some facts – they tell stories, awake feelings and manage to share with the audience the emotions a photographer experienced when clicking the shot button. Taking excellent pictures is damn hard as you need to find a perfect perspective and consider the perfect timing. To achieve brilliant photography you need practice and patience. However, it is worth it: the results can be truly stunning. Below you’ll find 50 brilliant photos and stunning pictures – some pictures tell stories, some are incredibly beautiful, some are funny and some are very sad.

Olympic Torch Relay

With only two days left until the start of the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, British Columbia, the 106-day, 26,000 km overland Olympic Torch Relay through Canada has nearly come to a close. Back in December, we featured 33 images from the first 44 days of the journey. Today, we bring you highlights from the last 73 days, as torchbearers bring the flame ever closer to its final destination, Vancouver's BC Place, to light the Olympic Cauldron and signal the start of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games on February 12th.

Underwater Wreckage Photos

An abundance of shallow reefs have made the British Virgin Islands a scuba diver's paradise—and a boat captain's nightmare. Here, the wreck of a tugboat rests in its sandy Caribbean grave.

Amazing New Artificial Reef In Mexico Made From Sculptures Of Real People

These astonishing images show an extraordinary new artificial reef off the east coast of Mexico made entirely from human statues. The underwater installation has been created by British artist Jason de Caires Taylor who used real people to create the 'life casts' made from materials which encourage coral to grow. It is hoped the new sculptures will produce a coral reef system and attract a variety of aquatic creatures to the Cancun and Isla Mujeres National Marine Park. The project, entitled The Museo Subacuatico de Arte (MUSA), is aiming to ease pressure on nearby natural reefs which are struggling to deal with the half a million water-going tourists who flock to the area every year. Commenting on his unique installation, Mr Taylor said: 'We wanted to make it adventurous and on a really grand scale. It's a symbiosis of humans and nature living in this cycle in harmony with each other.

PLANES, TRAINS & AUTOMOBILES

UgurSahinDesign Mallett Corvette Z03

The UgurSahinDesign Corvette Z03 which is to be built by Mallett Cars from Berea, Ohio is a highly modified Chevrolet Corvette C6 with both exterior and performance upgrades. The production car is based on the Corvette Z03 concept which Ugur Sahin designed in 2008. The bodywork of the Mallett Corvette Z03 by UgurSahinDesign is constructed using lightweight carbon fibre composite and features a heavily revised rear section which eschews the large curved rear window in favor of a smaller slit-like window and sweeping buttresses which are more commonly found on mid-engined cars. Not that you'd have much trouble guessing where the engine is located thanks to a pair of glass windows located in the hood which neatly show off the LS7 V8 engine. The sweeping diamond shaped headlights are intended to mirror the shape of the the engine windows and lend the Z03 a more sinister appearance.

Aussie Hypermilers Set Mileage Record

The Australian hypermilers we told you about earlier this month have completed their journey, breaking their previous record for highest fuel economy achieved in a drive through all 48 contiguous states. Arriving in Las Vegas after 22 days on the road and 9,552 miles traveled, professional hypermilers Helen and John Taylor of Melbourne, Australia managed an average of 64.42 mpg in a stock, unmodified 2012 Chevy Cruze Eco during the Shell Smarter Driving Tour. For comparison’s sake, the EPA rates the car at 42 mpg highway. When we drove the Eco earlier this year, we got just under half the mileage the Taylors achieved. To be fair, ours had a slushbox and theirs had a stick shift, but the Taylors also squeezed every tank to the last mile, driving between three and five miles an hour under the speed limit. “We’ve noticed many drivers in the States exceed the legal speed limit,” the couple wrote in an e-mail from the road. “In fact, if this could be eradicated the States would save billions of gallons of fuel, having a positive effect on the economy.”

Dealer Accidentally Remote Starts Customer's Mustang Right Into A Pond?

Ready to play armchair Johnny Cochran? Here's a story about a horse that got lead to water and then dove in. A Mustang Forum member, luckydawg003 (LD), took his manual-tranny 2007 Mustang GT in for warranty repair to Brandon Ford in Tampa, Florida. When he went to pick it up, the service manager departed to retrieve his car, then came back ten minutes later to say he had some bad news. According to LD, someone left the car in gear without the parking brake on, and when the service manager pressed the remote start button twice to start the car, it leaped to life and drove out of the dealer's lot, through a chain link fence and into a pond, getting completely submerged.

Hennessey Venom GT: First Ride

Pilots who fly above Mach 1 sometimes speak of a supersonic moment that causes the instruments, ever-so-briefly, to blur. Charging down a track in the 1,200-hp Henessey Venom GT there's a moment when my eyes pull the same trick. This isn't a car, man, this is the best way to die. Bill Clinton famously said "There's nothing wrong with America, that can't be fixed with what's right with America." John Hennessey — who I'm guessing didn't vote for Clinton based on things he says on Facebook — has his own version of this: there's nothing wrong with the Lotus Exige that can't be fixed by what's right with an American V8. In this case it's a GM-sourced 6.2-liter V8 boosted with a pair of giant, earth-spinning Garrett ball bearing turbochargers sitting below a massive engine cover lined with NASA-spec gold foil that looks like it was borrowed from an exhibit at the NASA Space Center down the road from Hennessey's main campus in Sealy, Texas.

TECHNOLOGY & OTHER NEAT STUFF

Pentagon Turns to Brain Implants to Repair Damaged Minds

An estimated 10 to 20 percent of troops coming home from Iraq and Afghanistan are suffering from traumatic brain injuries, or TBIs, which afflict 1.7 million Americans each year. Now the Pentagon’s rolling out a revolutionary initiative to treat the condition: brain implants that one researcher likens to “replacement parts” for damaged gray matter. “When something happens to the brain right now, there’s so little that the medical community can do,” Krishna Shenoy, associate professor of electrical engineering and bioengineering at Stanford University, told Danger Room. “Our goal is to understand — and then be able to change — how a brain responds to trauma.” No surprise that military extreme science agency Darpa is behind the project, which is called REPAIR, or Reorganization and Plasticity to Accelerate Injury Recovery.

Nl Architects: Hong Kong Boundaries Crossing Facilities

Dutch NL architects have sent in images of their 'pearl river necklace', a proposal for the Hong Kong boundary crossing facilities international ideas competition. The aim for entrants was to create a new landmark to reflect hong kong as a vibrant global and metropolitan city. There is an existing master plan, however NLarchitects proposed to make some adjustments to the configurations to improve the area. 'Pearl river necklace' is an attempt to unite the knot. It is a breakdown of the complexities of the border crossing facilities into a necklace. The objective was to bring to the surface the beauty of the Hong Kong boundaries crossing facilities, at the same time reinforcing the attractiveness of the projected Hong Kong - Zhuhai - Bacau bridge.

Nexus One/Arduino SmallSat Aatellite Test Launch Video

Matthew Reyes sent word that the RocketMavericks launch event on Saturday in Nevada's Black Rock desert was a resounding success. Traveling 28K feet aboard James Dougherty's Intimidator-5 rocket was a payload consisting of a Nexus One/Arduino SmallSat. Matthew and his cohorts Chris Boshuizen & Will Marshall are championing the use of smartphone components to lower the cost of deploying a satellite and expect it to become even more affordable with every revision. Civilian space exploration is starting to take off. In fact, MAKE: v24 will be our "DIY Space" issue, so if you're working on an interesting project you think we should see, feel free to post a link in the comments.

Human Benchmark Test

This is a simple tool to measure your reaction time with. The average (median) reaction time is 215 milliseconds, according to the data collected so far. If you want, you can keep track of your scores, and see your full history of reaction times. Just do at least 5 clicks and then click save. Clicks faster than 100 milliseconds will be saved, but they will not count towards your score on the leaderboard. Here are some suggestions from the fastest users on how to improve your reaction time. And here is the general reaction time F.A.Q.

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