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Kristin Cavallari Looks Awesome

Both Paris Hilton and Kristin Cavallari hosted pool parties in Vegas this weekend, and Kristin was prolly paid less than Paris which is insanity because Kristin looked fantastic. Her ass and legs are incredible. I can barely believe my eyes. When the hell did this happen? Has she always been this hot? I donít want to point fingers, but did you know about this?.

Kristen Bell's BaDunk 'ADunk Ate Some Of Her Dress

If you ask me, it sure looks like it. While Kristen Bell does have the petite frame to pull this ridiculous ensemble off, this isn't a respected awards show, sweets. It's the premiere for your more than likely garbage fest rom com When In Rome. I mean your love interest is a guy who beats off on strippers rather than his Fuggie.

Katy Perry Seems so Normal

Katy Perry is in the middle of her California Dreams tour, but on Monday she took her dancers, crew and opening artist Natalia Kills to Six Flags Great America outside Chicago to ride roller coasters. In other words this chick has a lot to learn about being famous. The only way Jennifer Lopez would put someone who worked for her on a roller coaster is if the track wasnít finished.

Olinda Cataneda Girl Next Door

Olinda Castaneda has an elegant look with a supermodel body. This stunning model from Peru was one of the finalists of the Most Beautiful Latina pageant in Las Vegas that took place at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, won by her friend from Peru, Girl Next Door Elody Gamarra. We got some beautiful photos of both of them in the morning at the Hard Rock Pool as the sun was rising and then we got more great stuff next to a more intimate pool and hot tub

PHOTOGRAPHY & EYE CANDY

The Killer Redback Spiders And Other Creepy Crawlies Invading Our Homes From Abroad

For almost 1,000 years, Britain has been able to defend itself against any wannabe-conqueror who fancied seizing the kingdom. But after successfully seeing off the likes of Napoleon and Hitler, our shores have finally been breached by an army of lethal foreign invaders. For a new survey shows that homes across Britain have become infested by killer spiders, biting ants and skin-crawling cockroaches shipped in from distant lands. The survey of local authority pest control teams illustrates the wide variety of exotic pests now established in UK homes - and experts believe their numbers are increasing. Among the most terrifying revelations are the numerous sightings of the redback spider - believed to be responsible for 14 fatalities in its native Australia. The pea-sized killer has been found in Scotland, Wales and the Midlands.

Zooming In and Out of New York

Madrid-based photographer Alfonso Zubiaga must know something we don't. How else could he show us what a living, breathing New York City looks like? Sit back and enjoy as Zubiaga takes us over its busy streets and through its most recognizable landmarks. By zooming in and out of everything from New York's iconic skyscrapers to its trademark yellow taxi cabs, he takes us on a wild ride that makes us feel like...in town where no one ever sleeps, one should never be sitting still! What's the background story? How did Zubiaga make these photos, you ask? He tells us that the series was all shot in 2008 and that the photos were taken from the Rockefeller Center, Empire State Building as well as all around Manhattan over the course of 10 days. Using a single image, he reconstructed it digitally by successive layering and by centering the image in the places that piqued his interest the most. Why New York? "I wanted to evoke the feeling of vertigo in the city," he tells us. "New York is probably the most photographed city in the world, and my intention is to portray it in a different way than what has been done so far."

US Government Top Secret Town Manhattan Project Atomic City

In 1942, as part of the Manhattan Project, the U.S. government acquired 70,000 acres of land in Eastern Tennessee and established a secret town called Oak Ridge. The name chosen to keep outside speculation to a minimum, because Oak Ridge served a vital role for the development of the atomic bomb. The massive complex of massive factories, administrative buildings and every other place a normal town needs to function, was developed for the sole purpose of separating uranium for the Manhattan Project. The completely planned community was designed by the architecture firm of Skidmore, Owings and Merrill, and had a population of more than 70,000 people. Due to the sensitive nature of the work at Oak Ridge, the entire town was fenced in with armed guards and the entire place ó much like the Manhattan Project in general ó was a secret of the highest concern.

Absolutely Fabulous Examples of Animal Photography

Letís bring the adventure of jungle at your home with these photographs of wild and restrained animals. Animal photography is one of the most dangerous forms of photography and not everyone can take good photographs of an animal. Only a skillful photographer can take incredible shots. In this post, we have compiled 40 mesmerizing examples of Animal Photography that takes you to the wild environment of tropical forest. Do not forget to share this adventure with others.

PLANES, TRAINS & AUTOMOBILES

2010 Nissan GTR by Koenigseder

It takes a very secure car to roll around in an orange paint finish and not look completely outlandish and ridiculous. It takes power, style, and attitude to pull something like that off. Thankfully, for this Nissan GTR, the Austrian tuners Koenigseder knew which car to pick. This Nissan GTR wears this extravagant color quite well and now it has everything it needs to pull it off. Koenigseder began their tuning program with the Nissan and threw in a body kit consisting of a front spoiler, side skirts, and a rear bumper with an integrated diffuser. A KW suspension was then added and the package was finished off with 21Ē black wheels and Yokohama Advan tires. Some ECU remapping, a new air filter, and a Titanium Akrapovic exhaust system brings this Godzilla up to 580hp. This allows the Nissan GTR to get to 124mph in just 9.8secs.

Kia Debuts Justice League Themed Cars

These custom Kias were all recently unveiled at the SEMA Auto Show as part of a joint effort with DC Entertainment to promote We Can Be Heroes which fights hunger on the Horn of Africa. They already revealed a Batman Optima SXL but now thereís also an Aquaman Rio, Batman Optima, Flash Forte Koup, Cyborg Forte and Green Lantern Soul. Each car features custom artwork by Jim Lee, and itís not just on the outside of the vehicle. Every inch, including the interiors and trunks, features character theming. I think the center console full of Batarangs is a particularly nice touch.

TranStar Dagger GT: Birth Of The 2000 HP Hypercar

American company TranStar is planning to build the TranStar Dagger GT: a supercar fitted with a 2000-hp, twin-tubocharged 9.0-liter GM V8. They're setting out to break the 300 mph production car barrier with an insane hypercar. The specs read like something a middle-schooler bitten by the car lust bug might come up with: twin-turbocharged GM 572 built by Nelson Racing Engines good for 2000 hp and 2000 ft-lbs of torque, a 3,000 lb curb weight and all carbon fiber construction, custom body plugs to bolt on for high-speed runs, and optional braking parachute. Here are the hard-to-swallow performance targets: 1.5 second 0-to-60 mph run, 6.6 seconds to 204 mph, a 314 mph top speed. It'll consume four gallons of fuel per minute at top speed. It's a hypercar hoping to produce numbers beyond the reach of even the bonkers Bugatti Veyron Super Sport.

Porsche 911 Gets a Center Steering Wheel, McLaren F1-Style

What do you do when you want a center-drive car, but donít want to spend over a million dollars for a McLaren F1? You build your own. An anonymous enthusiast came to Shawn Bayliff at Trinity Motorsports with the task of converting a stock sports car to a center-drive system. His thinking was that for the $3 million itíd cost for a McLaren, there must be something more fun to do. The clientís first thought was to alter his Lamborghini Gallardo, but then he reconsidered hacking up something that expensive. He and the design team at Trinity settled on a Porsche 997.

TECHNOLOGY & OTHER NEAT STUFF

Bacon Fudge Brownies: The New Geek Fuel

As we all know; EVERYTHING tastes better with bacon. As a purveyor of food porn (aka the Food network) I came across a show featuring chocolate covered bacon. So, when stumped for a recipe to take to recipe club; thoughts of bacon dancing in a chocolate shower came to mind. A quick trip to the grocer and an hour later Bacon Fudge Brownies emerged from the oven. Simple and easy to make even a geek like me cannot mess up this yummy combination.

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 youíre 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.

Donated Fur Coats, Hats And Trim Make Cozy Nests For Rescued Wildlife

Got a fur coat gathering dust? The Humane Society suggests the ultimate recycling -- putting it on the backs of other animals. The Coats for Cubs program by the Humane Society of the United States helps orphaned, injured or sick wildlife by gathering fur coats and using them for nests, bedding or cuddly replacements for mom and dad. In 2009, 2,687 fur items were donated. "We use the discarded furs as bedding to give the animals comfort and reduce stress," said Michael Markarian, the agency's chief operating officer in Washington, D.C. "The fur garments act as a surrogate mother. It is a warm and furry substitute." The coats go to wildlife rehabilitation centers that take in baby raccoons, chipmunks, squirrels, coyotes, skunks and other animals. The program has helped thousands of animals since it began in 2005 with the Fund for Animals.

Interactive Weather Dresses

Valerie lamontagne is a canadian artist based in montreal who created series of interactive dresses that change form based on weather patterns. The project is titled Ďpeau díaneí after a fairy tale by charles perrault detailing three dresses made from the sky, moonbeams and sunlight. While each of these things is immaterial, lamontagne found ways to materialize them in her dresses. Temperature, uv, solar radiation, wind speed & velocity, humidity and rain fall data is collected and sent to the dresses wirelessly, where micro-controllers relay info to internal circuitry. The sun dress has 128 leds which can light up depending on sun data, while the moon dress has 14 colour-modulating flowers to represent each phase of the moon cycle and the sky dress is imbued with 14 vibrating air pockets.

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