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Gwyneth Paltrow Hard Body Bikini Pics of the Day

Here are some pictures of Steven Spielberg following his god daughter Gwyneth Paltrow around in the bikini, clearly for masturbation purposese later in the night, cuz that’s what people who like following their god daughters around in bikini with a video camera are usually doing….it is generally not because he’s practicing his filmaking, you know that excuse doesn’t work when you’ve a billionaire filmmaker.

Avril Lavigne Hooks Up With Ex-Hubby Deryck Whibley in St. Tropez

And, who can blame him, right? I know we make fun of Ave a lot of on here, but when it comes to no-strings-attached makeup sex, we can't really fault the former Sum 41 lead singer Deryck Whibley for potentially sex'ing up his old wifie. He knows exactly which buttons to push & Avril knows it, so why not jump back on for another joyride? I'm sure if they did hookup over the weekend, it was mutual. These were snapped over the weekend as the two were spotted together with friends on a yacht from South Hampton, NY moored off the coast of ultra-exclusive Saint Troprez, France.

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!

Ashley Greene Looking Like A Supernova Of Hotness

Here’s Twilight’s Ashley Greene prancing around and showing off some cleavage in a tiny tanktop and showing off some serious leg action in a pair of super short shorts, and looking drop dead sexy from head to toe… and I literally mean “from head to toe”. Good lord, this girl is screaming hot. I mean, she’s practically embarrassing the rest of the girls in Hollywood just by running out for some errands… that’s how freaking hot she is. And I’m sure every single one of you reading this will agree, so without further ado… enjoy.


The Early Years of Motocross Museum

If you're a fan of vintage dirt bikes, the Early Years of Motocross Museum is Heaven on earth. The purpose-built 5,500 square foot building houses more than 100 rare machines in Tom White's collection. The museum has bikes spanning five decades, but primarily focuses on the late 60's and early 70's. This is the period before the Japanese began to dominate so there is a large and eclectic mix of companies turning out unique machines.

The Wonders of China

Photographer Feng Jiang holds a Ph.D from the University of York. These are the absolute best pictures of China we’ve ever seen. Travel photography in China reaches new heights. The splendor of the land complemented by growing skills and technology makes for a fascinating viewing. Here are a few samples.

Earth Hour 2010

Beginning in Sydney, Australia three years ago, Earth Hour has grown into a global observance. States, large organizations and individual people observed Earth Hour 2010 on Saturday March 27th, as homes, office towers and landmarks turned off their lights for an hour starting at 8.30 pm local time to raise awareness about climate change and the threat from rising greenhouse gas emissions. Collected here are a series of before-and-after photographs from this year - which (starting with the second one below) will fade between "on" and "off" when clicked.

The Incredible Things NASA Did to Train Apollo Astronauts

On the anniversary of the first man on the moon, and with the final space shuttle mission set to end Thursday, Wired.com takes a look back at the extraordinary amount of training astronauts go through before they are mission ready. Apollo astronauts practiced every second of their mission, even planting the flag (above), many times, indoors, outdoors, in space suits, underwater, in planes, in centrifuges, in pools, in the ocean and anywhere else NASA saw fit. They were prepared for every contingency and trained for water planned landings as well as desert and jungle survival in case their capsule missed the ocean and hit land. They learned geology, how to withstand g-forces, maneuver in low- and zero-gravity conditions, and how to drive electric rovers and land the lunar module. Here are some of the most memorable photos of the rigorous Apollo astronaut training from NASA's image archive.


Tundra Sportsman Project Truck Camps Out in Toyota Booth at SEMA

We’ve already shown you Toyota’s Tacoma X-Runner "Ready to Race" high-performance SEMA project truck but that’s not the only custom pickup the auto maker is bringing to this year's SEMA Show. Check out the Toyota Tundra Sportsman created in partnership with Bass Pro Shops. The Tundra Sportsman is an outdoorsman's dream rig. The base truck is a 2011 Tundra Double Cab 4x4 equipped with the optional TRD Rock Warrior package and a 5.7-liter V-8 and six-speed automatic transmission. From there, Toyota has given the truck a three-inch lift, 18-inch Teflon-coated ATX wheels and Nitto Mud Grappler 33x12.5/R18 tires.

Drivin' that Dynaflow: GM's Other Early Automatics

The Hydra-Matic, GM's first fully automatic transmission, was a great success, inspiring a host of rivals -- including some within General Motors itself. This week, we look at the origins of Dynaflow and Powerglide, the ambitious but ill-fated Turboglide and Triple Turbine, and the second- and third-generation Hydra-Matics. As we saw in our first installment, Oldsmobile's original Hydra-Matic, introduced in 1939, was the world's first really successful fully automatic transmission. By 1952, GM had produced more than two million Hydra-Matics, which were used by Oldsmobile, Cadillac, Pontiac, and a variety of other automakers, ranging from Kaiser-Frazer to the short-lived Muntz Jet. Hydra-Matic was standard on Cadillacs by the early fifties, and went into more than 80% of all Oldsmobiles and Pontiacs.

MT pits Porsche Boxster Spyder against Tesla Roadster Sport

We've been fortunate to drive a number of different Tesla Roadsters over the years including, most recently, a keeping one long enough for a week-long review. Owners of high performance sports cars sometimes like to take their cars to the track for some of the kind of fun you can't really have when you are constantly on the lookout for hidden constables. One of the favorite cars for such activities is the Porsche Boxster. Motor Trend's Kim Reynolds and Art St. Antoine took the latest edition of the Boxster, the new Spyder, to Willow Springs recently, along with a Roadster Sport. It makes for very interesting comparison since the Boxster Spyder is the most minimalist version of the Porsche and the Tesla has a slightly more upscale interior than its Lotus Elise progenitor.

Batman Tumbler Golf Cart Would Definitely Improve My Golf Game

Okay, it really wouldn’t help me score less than a 35 handicap, but this Batman golf cart would definitely cheer me up the next time I four-putt, or can’t hit past the ladies’ tee box. This his undeniably great Tumbler-inspired golf cart was recently spotted on the Warner Bros. studio lot. Originally thought to be owned by Christopher Nolan, it turns out the cart is actually the work of a serious Batman superfan, who just happens to work at the studio.


Beastly Bike at 40MPH

This is a fast bike. It’s called “The Beast” and it’s designed and executed by M55 Bikes and it goes 40 miles per hour. One charge on this electric bike and you’ll go as far as 75 miles even off-road. That’s impressive, yes? It’s made of custom parts created by M55’s seasoned engineers, using technology and materials used in Formula One cars and supersportscars alike. Titanium, carbon fiber, CNC machining, and a brushless motor mechanism, plus more! Each of the non-custom parts on this magical machine are of the finest quality, chosen by the M55 crew to meet golden standards. It’s got a hybrid drive, making it an addition to your high-falootin human powers. Each time the sensor feels you need some extra torque, it packs a punch and blasts you forward, multiplying your power like one of those Japanese exosuits from the comic books. Such a monster.

A-10 Unit Continues Flying Tiger Legacy

The U.S. Air Force A-10s currently deployed at Bagram Airfield are part of the 23rd Fighter Group, the Flying Tigers, out of Pope Air Force Base, N.C., and are a unique group of aircraft - evident by just one look at their nose art. The noses of these A-10s are emblazoned with an image of a shark's teeth and eyes. The Flying Tigers are the only Air Force unit authorized to display nose art on their aircraft, due to the history it symbolizes. The Flying Tigers were first activated at Langley Field, Va., in 1941, and took over the tasks of the American Volunteer Group, fighting the Japanese military, in China during World War II. Twenty-nine of the original volunteers joined the 23rd, sharing their knowledge and expertise. In their first day of combat, the Flying Tigers destroyed five enemy aircraft to help the Chinese fight the Japanese invaders. The original shark's teeth and eyes were designed to scare enemies during battle.

World's First Commercially Available Jetpack Goes On Sale

Ever since the glory days of the Fall Guy in the 1980s any self-respecting gadget geek has craved a workable jetpack. The new Martin Jetpack is priced at $86,000 (£57,675) and is the world's first commercially available personal flying machine. This beast of a machine will allow you a full 30 minutes of flight time, so just be careful you are not too high when you are reaching that 28-minute point in your flight across from the top of London's Centrepoint to the top of the BT Tower. The machine's rotors are built from a carbon / Kevlar composite and powered by a 200hp two-liter V4 two-stroke petrol engine. Martin Aircraft is based in New Zealand, so you may also have to take a trip over there to pick up your new wonder-toy. Either that, or pay a couple of extra grand for the shipping costs.

As Pet Deaths Continue, Airlines Pressured To Change Their Ways

Horror stories about pets flying in the cargo hold tend to travel quickly. Jack the cat made news last year when he escaped his crate and spent 61 days lost in JFK airport, and model Maggie Rizer’s September blog post about her golden retriever’s death during a United Airlines flight still has pet owners buzzing. Jack escaped when an American Airlines clerk stacked his kennel on another kennel and it fell, opening on impact. The cat had to be euthanized because of malnourishment and dehydration, which made him prone to severe infection and organ dysfunction. On her “Bea Makes Three” blog, Rizer says she followed detailed instructions outlined in United’s PetSafe program. Her dogs, Bea and Albert, traveled in carefully labeled crates that included water bowls filled with ice for their cross-country flight to San Francisco. But, according to Rizer, a necropsy report revealed that Bea died of heatstroke.

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