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11 Famous Ladies Who Rocked Arm Pit Hair

Who among us hasn’t, at some point in our adult lives, forgotten to shave our pits and discovered the oversight at an inopportune moment? Luckily, most of us are not celebrities in front of photographers who get giddy about using the high-powered zoom on their overpriced cameras. Case in point: Hilary Swank, who walked the red carpet this week wearing a gorgeous gold dress ... and some major armpit hair. Unfortunately, there is nothing that will detract from an actress starring in a great movie—like the neuvo Erin Brockovich true-life tale “Conviction”—faster than pit hair.

Paris Hilton Still Cruising Around in a $375K Lexus LFA!

We don't post Paris Hilton pics nearly as often as we did a few years ago, so at least give us props for that! Obviously the main focus of this post is not Paris, but her wheels---the sweet ass 552 h.p. Lexus LFA. The thing looks mean. I gotta admit, I'd rather be caught driving around in this than the $1.5 million Bugatti that Flo Rida insists on pimping to dinner each night of the week. More bang for the buck, baby!

Hayden Got Implants

If you stalk Hayden Panettiere, you may have noticed that her breasts have gotten noticeably bigger in the past few months. Well it's not because of a sudden growth spurt. The little midget got implants. From the National Enquirer: "Hayden went from an A cup to a C cup and she couldn’t be happier," a close pal revealed. "She’s wanted bigger boobs since she was 17, but the timing and scheduling were just never right. She finally decided to do it right after the holidays." Hayden recently changed her hair from blonde to red -- and it may be she’s trying to take the focus off her newly enhanced figure, says Dr. Anthony Youn, director of YOUN plastic surgery in Troy, MI.

Is This Woman Too Hot To Be a Banker?

Everything about Debrahlee Lorenzana is hot. Even her name sizzles. At five-foot-six and 125 pounds, with soft eyes and flawless bronze skin, she is J.Lo curves meets Jessica Simpson rack meets Audrey Hepburn elegance—a head-turning beauty. In many ways, the story of her life has been about getting attention from men—both the wanted and the unwanted kind. But when she got fired last summer from her job as a banker at a Citibank branch in Midtown—her bosses cited her work performance—she got even hotter. She sued Citigroup, claiming that she was fired solely because her bosses thought she was too hot.


Ice Dancers Are The Angriest People At The Whole Winter Olympics

Last night was the compulsory dance that kicks off the Olympic ice dancing competition. This is the sequence in which every team does essentially the same dance, and in this case, it was a tango. Specifically, a very angry tango.

Dark and Light Photography. Clicked With Available Light

Dark and Light Photography is a special kind of photography. In this kind the flash is not used and pictures are clicked in available light. Shutter speed determines how long the shutter is open, exposing the sensor to light. I am going to be looking at techniques to reduce the required shutter speed for a correct exposure, though there are some interesting creative applications for long exposures – such as photographing star trails and creating motion blur.

Record Setters

Earlier this week, the world's shortest man, He Pingping, age 21, died after developing chest pains while filming a television show in Italy. Pingping suffered from primordial dwarfism, a condition which kept him from ever growing taller than 73 cm (2 feet 5 inches) tall. Pingping was recognized by the Guinness World Records organization, who also held a "World Records Day" last November, encouraging people all over the world to set their own records. Collected here are a group of superlatives, recent photos of world records and record attempts around the world.

NASA Captures Stunning Images Of The Far Side Of The Moon

These amazing pictures capture the moon's cratered surface in the most intricate detail ever recorded. The images, which were taken by NASA’s Lunar Reconaissance Orbiter (LRO), have boosted the resolution of images of the far side of the moon over 100 times. Digital elevation and terrain maps based on the new data reveal the heavily cratered and bumpy surface of the moon in all its complexity. Dr Gregory Neumann of NASA’S Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, said that digital elevation and terrain maps based on the new data 'will be a fundamental reference for future scientific and human exploration missions to the moon.' The brilliant, iridescent green concepts, pictured here, show the topography of different hemispheres of the moon.


Lord Vader, Your Motorcycle Is Ready

This is the Magpul Ronin, and it’s what you get when a company that makes firearms accessories decides to make a motorcycle. The motorcycle in question is, mostly, a Buell 1125R sportbike. The guys at Magpul are riders who loved the bike but thought the aesthetics — never a strongpoint for Buell — sucked. When Harley-Davidson pulled the plug on Buell, Magpul bought a bunch of 1125Rs and set to work. Off came the bodywork, ditched in favor of a naked streetfighter look accentuated by a new airbox and shorter tail section. The radiators that Buell bolted to the sides below the frame spars also went in the junk pile. It was replaced by a smaller unit bolted to that wild girder fork. Yes, the radiator is bolted to the fork.

Iveco Campagnola

After more than twenty years the Iveco Campagnola is back. Italy's best loved Fiat vehicle was originally produced in different versions from 1951 to 1987. The new Iveco Campagnola is part of the Iveco brand and is derived from Massif, the 4x4 off-road vehicle. Iveco is one of the few global manufacturers to offer a complete range of all-wheel-drive vehicles and with Massif the company has entered a completely new sector of professional transport for the first time offering two light off-road vehicles. Iveco Campagnola extends the range with a model specifically for passenger transport, without sacrificing the authentic off-road features behind the success of its ancestor: separate chassis, all-wheel-drive, high mobility and exceptional off-road capability.

2012 Dakar Has Toyota Finishing Third

Trophy trucks dominate Baja off-road races, but when it comes to the annual Dakar Rally, they play second fiddle to SUVs and Minis. Yes, Minis finished in first and second place this year. A Toyota Hilux pickup finished third, though. In reality, there is not much difference between a truck and an SUV (apart from the body) in the fastest crop of vehicles. The Mini is based off a BMW 3 Series that has minimal resemblance to a production version. It would even be fair to describe Robby Gordon’s Hummer as a truck, as it is essentially a trophy truck underneath the bright-orange fiber-glass Hummer shell. If Chevrolet were to sponsor him, it would become a Chevy Silverado!

A Lamborghini Gets Sand-Trapped at Pebble Beach

A Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder wound up in a sand trap after the driver took a wrong turn leaving the Concorso Italiano event at Pebble Beach last night. Mulligan! A helpful rollback wrecker eventually arrived to tee up the Lambo, assisting the driver in reversing back onto the more tractable green.


Microsoft's Secret Phones Coming To Verizon

After the Windows Phone 7 launch passed without so much as a mention of Project Pink, Microsoft's other new phone project started to fade into memory. Today, we can confirm: Pink's coming, and Verizon's the carrier. UPDATE: First live shots. A tipster passed us a load of third-party marketing materials, in which a promotional plan for Pink is laid out in detail. (Campaign specifics and most graphics have to be withheld to protect the innocent, but rest assured, they're legit.) The documents don't talk about specs or software details, or more importantly why the hell Microsoft thinks this weird little pebble is a good idea, but there's plenty we can learn.

Ham Dogger - Make A Hamburger With A “Hot Dog” Twist­Even Stuff It!

They’ll be clamoring for these clever hot-dog shaped burgers, so be sure to make a bunch! Use lean ground beef, turkey and even veggies to create a healthier alternative to preservative-laden franks...they fit perfectly in hot dog buns. The cylinder holds ¼-lb. of meat and shapes it like a hot dog. Makes it easy to stuff with cheese, avocados, onions and more to create a 6” gourmet burger with a surprise inside. Durable plastic; dishwasher safe.

Hollow Spy Bolt

This 5/8" diameter steel bolt has been hollowed out, and has a threaded, removable head. During the Cold War, devices like these were used to transfer messages and microfilms between two individuals without the need for them to meet. The bolt was left in an inconspicuous location, such as on a bridge or automobile where it would be replaced with an original bolt. This item was featured in Make Magazine, issue 16 “Spy Tech”, and is now available for sale here by the author. Available with either a right or left hand thread on the bolt’s head…please specify when ordering. The left hand thread offers a bit more security as it uses an unnatural opening movement.

Enchanting Folding-out Laptop With Utopian Specs

No matter how advanced, progressive, sleek and lightweight our laptops get, the one thing that we sorely miss is an elaborate keyboard. I know of someone who uses his Macbook but in conjunction with a wireless keyboard. Many hybrids and self-built versions are out there being used by folks, so the question really is, are we happy with what the industry is dishing out to us? Or do we have to lust after Utopian concepts like the iWEB 2.0…with really drool-worthy features!

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