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Shauna Sand Wore That

Boy, Shauna is really pushing the limit of those implants -- they could explode at any second. And it wouldn't even really be the manufacturer's fault. How could they possibly design an implant that could withstand the force of someone like Shauna running down the beach? The only safety testing they did was with women on their back.

Natasha Poly went to the Beach

Natasha Poly is a Russian model famous for having worked with brands such as Prada, Lanvin, Fendi, Louis Vuitton, Roberto Cavalli, Dsquared2, Nine West, Proenza Schouler, Printemps, Blumarine, Jil Sander, Missoni, Balenciaga, Gucci, Alexander McQueen, Chanel, Miu Miu, Gucci, Prada, Versace, Victoria's Secret, Shiatzy Chen, Calvin Klein, Givenchy, Nina Ricci, Tse, Balmain, H&M, Neiman Marcus, Jimmy Choo, Sonia Rykiel, MaxMara, Alberta Ferretti, JOOP!, and Dolce & Gabbana, and Sunday she was spotted in a bikini at the beach in Miami. Wow, brag much? This chick needs to be a little more humble

Grace Park In A Bikini FTW

I’ve said it a million times but Asian chicks are the best. They’re little and skinny with long hair and really soft skin. If being a girl was an Olympic event, Asian girls would set the world record 35 times a day. ‘Battlestar Gallactica’ star Grace Park, seen here filming the new CBS version of ‘Hawaii 5-0', is a perfect example. If you can think of a hotter girl than Grace Park, I’d love to see her, but since you live in fantasy land I’m not sure how you would contact me.

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.


Life in Color: Orange

A balance of playful yellow and passionate red, orange commands attention without overwhelming. This often flamboyant color brings to mind citrus and sunsets, fall leaves, and jack-o'-lanterns. Orange has even been found to stimulate appetite and creativity in humans. Here, three giraffes in Botswana's Okavango Delta stretch their necks above the horizon before a glowing orange sky.

The Defiant Squatter Squirrel Who Has Commandeered A Nesting Box

Moving into your own home is usually a good excuse for a party. But once this creature had squirrelled away his nuts and seeds, there was only one guest invited to the housewarming – his mum. Christine Haines, who watched the baby grey squirrel take over the bird box in her garden in Spokane, Washington, U.S., believed he was ‘calling for his mother’ to visit when she caught him on camera. The baby grey squirrel was looking for some shelter and came across this box complete with a perfect look-out hole for him to poke his head out of. And he was so pleased with his new abode he smiled straight at the camera as a sharp-eyed resident spotted the fury squatter in her garden.

Great Photos Found in Presidential Libraries

A few weeks ago, after stumbling across this photo of John Travolta and Princess Diana dancing at the White House, I sent our readers on a Presidential Library scavenger hunt. You found some fantastic photos—here are 22 of our favorites.

Harrier and Jaguar at Tate Britain

Harrier and Jaguar is the new installation by artist Fiona Banner and is on display at Tate Britain. Banner has grasped the discomfiting significance of these weapons of war. The incongruity of the setting in which these recently decommissioned fighter planes find themselves helps to build the tension between our perceptions of these machines and our objective experience of them.


Acura NSX Production car Headed for Detroit Debut?

Auto Express is reporting that Honda is set to unveil the production version of its upcoming Acura NSX at the 2013 Detroit Auto Show. The news comes courtesy of an unnamed "top exec" for Honda Brazil speaking at the Sao Paulo Motor Show. The concept version of the Japanese supercar is currently on display there. Interestingly enough, the same unnamed source claims the production iteration will remain aesthetically identical to the show car. You won't hear any qualms from us on that front. Of course, the timing of the production debut is a little confusing. For starters, when Acura unveiled the concept last year, the company told the world it would be at least three years before production began.

DP4 Super Go-Kart Smokes Everything At The Track

Dennis Palatov's maniac dp4 super go-kart recently visited Oregon Raceway Park for its first track day. It murdered everything. Spec Miatas? Standing still. Ariel Atoms? Child's play. Here's an exclusive look at the car's first lap. Having just put the recently complete dp4 on the market, Palatov and crew decided to have a go at ORP and show the car off for prospective customers. Track workers nicknamed it "the Batmobile." Aside from a short circuit caused by a frayed wire (it was subsequently fixed), the car performed staggeringly well. One potential buyer stepped out of the car after four laps and said "going from the dp4 back to [a] Caterham CSR is like going from the Caterham to a stock Elise." Sorta makes the $25,910 starting price for a kit sound reasonable, doesn't it?

The Cars of the Playboy Playmates

Since 1964, Playboy's given a car to every Playmate of the Year. This year, the magazine gave Hope Dworaczyk a BMW S1000RR motorcycle. This exclusive retrospective shows how her bike stacks up against the rest of the Playmate garage. The tradition of Playboy giving its Playmate of the Year (PMOY) a car to go with the title's customary monetary prize of $100,000 started in 1964. That year, PMOY Donna Michelle won herself a 1964.5 Ford Mustang convertible. It was painted in a shade known as Playmate Pink, and the gift coincided with the launch of the original 'Stang. Over the years, the cars have ranged from tame vehicles like 2007 PMOY Sara Jean Underwood's Mini Cooper S Convertible to powerful roadsters like 1965 PMOY Jo Collins' Sunbeam Tiger, and serious muscle cars like 1969 PMOY Connie Kreski's Shelby GT500 Fastback — the latter equipped with a 428 Cobra Jet V-8.

Audi A5 DTM

On the eve of the 2011 International Motor Show (IAA) in Frankfurt Audi presented the new Audi A5 DTM: After the V8 quattro (1990 to 1992) and the A4 (2004 to 2011) the brand with the four rings has opted to use a two-door coupe in the most popular international touring car series for the first time. The new Audi A5 DTM, which bears the internal project name "R17" at Audi Sport, conforms to the new Technical Regulations that will come into effect in the 2012 season. The project was premised on three key aims: the safety of the vehicles, reduction of the costs by up to 40 percent and a spectacular exterior design. 2011 IAA visitors will have the opportunity to get a first-hand impression of the new car's look at the Audi Hall from September 13th to 25th, 2011. The Audi A5 DTM appears lower and sturdier than its successful predecessor with which Audi has won four of the last seven DTM titles. Underneath the body, which is completely made of carbon, a new type of chassis features a hybrid construction. The combination of a carbon fiber monocoque and steel cage sets new standards in terms of safety for a race touring car. In addition, the chassis is one of more than 50 components which are identical for all DTM vehicles.


Pizza in a Jar

First, there was a resurgence of using jars for what they were meant to be used for--pickling, preserving, and the like. Then, a certain, "hip," subset of Americans began using them as coffee mugs, even designing a special lid to make jars into travel mugs. And now, we've come to this. Pizza in a jar. No, it's not a piece of pizza shoved in a jar (though that would probably end up tasting just fine). Jasmin at 1 Fine Cookie layers raw pizza ingredients in jars as if they were parfaits--pizzamisu, if you will--and then bakes them off. Point is: You can make a whole case of pizzas in jars in advance, carry them with you wherever you go, and bake them in any oven, at any time.

The Geek Guide to Valentine’s Day Gifts 2010

Love is in the air! Or at least, hearts and flowers and overpriced candy and marketing that plays on your feelings of romantic obligation. But whether you think Valentine’s Day is a good idea or not, if you have a significant other you’re probably celebrating anyway. So if that significant other happens to be a geek (particularly a female geek who might find roses terribly uncreative), we’re here to help out with some last minute gift ideas.

Authorities in Awe of Drug Runners' Jungle-Built, Kevlar-Coated Supersubs

The clatter of helicopter blades echoed across the jungles of northwestern Ecuador. Antinarcotics commandos in three choppers peered at the mangroves below, scanning for any sign of activity. The police had received a tip that a gang of Colombian drug smugglers had set up a clandestine work site here, in a dense swamp 5 miles south of Colombia’s border. And whatever the traffickers were building, the tipster had warned, was truly enormous. For decades, Colombian drug runners have pursued their trade with diabolical ingenuity, staying a step ahead of authorities by coming up with one innovation after another. When false-paneled pickups and tractor-trailers began drawing suspicion at US checkpoints, the cartels and their Mexican partners built air-conditioned tunnels under the border. When border agents started rounding up too many human mules, one group of Colombian smugglers surgically implanted heroin into purebred puppies. But the drug runners’ most persistently effective method has also been one of the crudest—semisubmersible vessels that cruise or are towed just below the ocean’s surface and can hold a ton or more of cocaine.

Here’s How Army Engineers Are Unwatering NYC’s Tunnels

The scale is staggering: Superstorm Sandy flooded New York City’s network of underground and vehicular tunnels with up to 400 million gallons of water. On Thursday, the U.S. military began to bring some of its heavy equipment into place – from generators to powerful water pumps to trucks flown from across the country. But, as the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers emphasized to Danger Room, they’re just getting started with the cleanup. The work for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in Manhattan starts at the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel, the major underwater thoroughfare for cars passing between Brooklyn and Manhattan.

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