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Hilary Duff's Push-up

Hilary Duff and her push-up bra is seriously driving me wild. Not to mention she wears jeans so tight I'm pretty sure I could qualify as her OB/GYN. Hot! Even though she is a married woman now, it doesn't concern me. True love lasts a lifetime and it can't be stopped b y this pesky "marriage" thing.

Kelly Brook Isn't Wearing A Bra

There's really not much that needs to be said here because I immediately forgot whatever it was Miley Cyrus did that everyone was talking about. Something about dancing on a gay guy's penis? Sure, knock yourself out.

Scarlett Johansson To Play Sex Addict Alien

Awesome casting news of the day. Scarlett Johansson has signed on for Under the Skin, a sci-fi film directed by Jonathan Glazer who did Sexy Beast. “Johansson plays an alien on earth, disguised as the perfect aesthetic form of a mesmerizing woman. She scours remote highways and desolate scenery looking to use her greatest weapon to snare human prey — her voracious sexuality. She is deadly efficient, but over time becomes drawn to and changed by the complexity of life on earth. With this new found humanity and weakening alien resolve, she finds herself on a collision course with her own kind. Taking her point of view throughout, the film presents a unique look at our world through alien eyes."

Katy Perry: Naked And With A Cherry On Top

We just got our hands on a great bunch of Katy Perry promo pics from her "Teenage Dream" video shoot! They feature the pop star in various positions wearing a latex bikini, "sundae with a cherry on top" bra, a garland of flowers and looking absolutely delicious! Katy is preparing to debut a feline-themed fragrance later this year. The singer, who is a big cat lover, will release Purr by Katy Perry in November, which comes in a cat-shaped bottle with jeweled eyes and contains aromas of peach, apple and bamboo.


Eciton Hamatum, Orange Scourge Of The Social Insects

Meet Eciton hamatum. This is a delightfully orange-colored army ant from Neotropical rain forests, big and charismatic, like the iconic E. burchellii. But- and here’s a secret trick of the wiley nature photographer- it is a much friendlier insect. If you’ve got an assignment to shoot army ants and your editor neglects to specify the species, I’d hold out for these guys. You won’t get swarmed over, gored, bitten, stung up, or otherwise assaulted anywhere near the amount you suffer by approaching the vicious E. burchellii.

How To Take A Photograph Out Of A Plane Window

Here’s a quick set of tips for those of us lucky enough to be taking a trip in a plane and wanting to get the classic ‘out of the window shot’ that often is featured early in a travel photo album. One common mistake that people make with taking this shots is to put their camera’s lens right up against the glass of the plane window in the hope that it will help cut down on reflections and in the hope that it will steady their shot. While it might help a little with reflections it generally does anything but steady the shot and will often usually increase camera shake’ due to the vibrations of the plane. A better strategy, if you’re using a DSLR with a fitted lens, is to attach a lens hood to your lens and get in as close as you can to the window without actually touching it. Alternatively, use your free hand to cup around the lens as much as you can to shield it from reflections. Of course for high quality aerial shots you’ll want to shoot out an open window from an appropriate altitude – but then most of us are not in that league so the window seat on an airliner is our best option.

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.

Beautiful Examples of Winter Photography

Winter is officially upon us here in the US and other countries that share the northern hemisphere. This frigid season can be harsh, but when the snow begins to fall, the beautiful sights produced can make us forget about the cold temperatures. Photographers that are willing to brave the winter weather are often rewarded with stunning results. Here we’ve collected some beautiful examples of winter photography that demonstrate this.


Jet-powered School Time Jet School Bus Sets an eye on 350mph

Some people have outrageous habit of staying in the fast lane, pushing that speed limit all the while. Paul Stender is one daredevil who challenges the limits with his extreme jet powered creations. After the jet-powered cars and the famed Port-o-Jet jet-powered outhouse, Paul’s new creation is the jet-engine-equipped School Time Jet School Bus, which is slated to make presence at the Vectren Dayton Air Show. Powered by General Electric J-79 jet engine straight out of a F4 Phantom fighter jet, the big yellow school bus, which is the largest jet vehicle, does excitingly fast 350mph. This 42,000 hp, 10-foot-high, 35-foot-long bus blasts a 75-foot flame out its exhaust, good enough to scare the shit out of all spectators around, so if you’re at Vectren Dayton, just try and maintain adequate distance from the bus, for your safety of course.

The Pontiac Firebird That Could Have Been

Michigan-based Exodus Films unveiled the hero-ride for their upcoming sci-fi flick, Jinn. It's "The Firebreather," a stylized take on what a new Pontiac Firebird might've been. Look familiar? It should. Better news? They're building 50 of them for public purchase. The car was designed by the film's writer and director and Art Center grad AJ Ahmad, who wanted to tie the developing Michigan film industry to the state's history. The Firebreather will be the hero car in the movie, driven by the film's star Ray Park (aka Darth Maul) who was on hand for the unveiling. The car, built by Classic Design Concepts for the film, takes a new Camaro and gives it an all-new, and very handsomely-styled front end, an entirely new tail end with a new spoiler, new hood, some slick custom wheels, the Eibach Pro-Plus performance handling package a embroidered seats. Here's the best part — for Firebird fans who want something a little different, fifty numbered copies of The Firebreather are on sale as of right now with a starting price of $60,000.

Concept Cars: Ferrari 612 GTO

The Ferrari 612 GTO concept is the work of Sasha Selipanov, an extremely talented, and also incredibly irate, automotive designer based in Berlin, Germany. The 612 GTO concept is a proposal for the next generation 612 Scaglietti, but with a high-performance GTO twist and completely revised aesthetics. For the 612 GTO concept Sasha has used influences from the classic Ferrari 250 GTO - which is evident in the triple air intakes molded into the hood. As it's only an independent concept, there's no engineering aspects which can be discussed. Sadly too because Sasha's not a Ferrari designer, there's no chance this thing's going to be prowling the streets any time soon.

Next Land Rover Defender to be built in India?

When Tata's purchase of Jaguar and Land Rover began to appear inevitable, the question "Would you buy a Jaguar made in India?" was oft repeated. Yet it looks like Land Rover will be the first of the two brands to try to benefit from this kind of Anglo-Indian synergy: a report in Autocar states that the 2015 Land Rover Defender will be built at Tata's plant in Pune, India. The Defender is a truly old school body-on-frame SUV that sells in small numbers compared to the rest of the Land Rover line. But it has benefitted from technology, some regulatory gymnastics and exemptions and, like the Mercedes-Benz G-Wagen, a warm place in people's hearts. If it's going to be around, though, LR would like to move more of them. Building the next generation model in Pune – with final assembly of some examples in England, a reverse of what's done now with products like the knockdown Freelander 2 (read: LR2) – could give the Defender's bottom line the boost it needs, as well as close proximity to Middle Eastern and Asian markets.


Strange vehicles: Mattracks Powerboard

If there were prizes being handed out for the most original forms of transport, the team behind the Mattracks Powerboard would be waiting patiently in line. The Mattrax Powerboard is basically a powered snowboard. This means that you can wreck your body in an entirely new and innovative way. As if the risk of broken ankles from snowboarding wasn't enough, the guys at Mattrax decided to add a hot 200cc petrol engine between your legs, and a powerful rubber track spinning at high rpm to the bottom of the board. The mid-mounted engine allows for a top speed of 18 mph, and it can comfortably handle snow covered hills and deep powder. Steering is done just the same as on a conventional snowboard, by just shifting your body weight. The stand-on design of the Mattrax Powerboard does not require you to wear any type of special boots or bindings - meaning you can throw yourself to safety when everything starts to go a bit wrong.

Raonhaje’s Electric Semi Submarine Is The Segway Of Submarines

Like Segway intended to change the world of transportation with its electric scooter, Raonhaje seems to achieving the same in underwater transportation with “EGO,” the world’s first compact semi submarine that doesn’t needs extensive training to be on your own in your underwater excursion. This battery powered boat-cum-submarine can be operated like a car, which explains its electric-car-like looks. An electronic accelerator pedal is applied instead of a throttle lever in the boats to work like the accelerator pedal of a the car. You can control the navigation by adding the direction switch.

Dogs Emergency Operation After It Swallows Five Toy Cats

When Snowy the West Highland terrier became ill and stopped eating, her worried owners took her to the vet. But a new diet, medical tests and even antibiotics failed to perk up the little dog. It was only when the one-year-old had an X-ray that it became obvious she had fallen victim to a dog's traditional enemy - cats. Snowy had swallowed five plastic toy cats. The biggest was two inches tall and an inch wide and showed up clearly, and rather spookily, on the X-ray.

The Real Metal Gear

Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker is a tale of giant robots and Cold War drama. It may be fantasy, but did you know that in the early 1960s, the US military actually had a giant robot? Meet the "Beetle". Built by Jered Industries in Detroit for General Electric's ominous — and very Metal Gear-sounding — Nuclear Materials and Propulsion Operation division, the Beetle was a mechanical terror designed for the Air Force Special Weapons Centre, initially to service and maintain a planned fleet of atomic-powered Air Force bombers. According to declassified Air Force reports, work began on the "mech" in 1959, and it was completed in 1961.

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