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Jennifer Aniston Drops Some Behind The Scenes Cleavage

Here’s Jennifer Aniston looking pretty damn sexy for a forty-one year old, and dropping some impressive cleavage on the set of her upcoming movie “Fast friends”. Ok, I’m only kidding about the age thing, because Aniston looks hotter and has more of a killer body than the majority of actresses in their twenties… and judging from the last photo on the first row… supermodels as well. The babe next to her in the baby blue dress? That’s supermodel Brooklyn Decker, and as you can see, Aniston’s body totally blows Decker’s body out of the water. Actually, and I can’t believe I’m saying this, Aniston makes Decker look… fat.

Tonya Torres Featured Model

We discovered the beautiful Tonya Torres at the Ultimate Fantasy Sports Weekend held at the Fantasy Springs Resort Casino near Palm Springs. Tonya has an amazing look that features her Italian and Mexican heritage. We got some great photos in the fitness area of the resort.

Ashley Greene's Striking Silver Dress

Ashley Green sparkled on the red carpet in a silver sequined dress at the "Twilight Saga: Eclipse" U.K. premiere yesterday. She may look all sweet and innocent, but the actress recently admitted she beat up her first school crush. The star was showing off her Tae Kwon Do martial arts skills in front of friends and decided the boy she was sweet on would be her victim. She explained, "I had to spar with the boys because I beat the girls up...This guy that I had a crush on, we called him Spitfire...I gave him a bloody nose and lip, so needless to say the romance did not work out."

Kim K is Looking Healthy

Kim Kardashian was on Live With Regis and Kelly recently, but let's face it - no one cares about what she was actually doing in New York. The only thing I... I mean people... care about is her ridiculous curvy body. She was intent on showing it off, too, by wearing one of the tightest dresses known to man. It's good to see that Kim is keeping up with her appearance, even after she got Reggie Bush'd. Most girls would just let themselves go after being cheated on and dumped, but not my Kimmy.


Beautiful Examples of Toy Photography

Creativity has no limits and when it comes to photography, you have endless options to showcase your creativity. One of these options is Toy Photography in which you can create nice and appealing compositions with creative lighting and at the same time have some real fun! Toy Photography if done correctly can bring the life and personality in the lifeless objects being shot. In this post, we have put together some outstanding examples of toy photography that will hopefully amaze you.

Amazing Graveyard of 900 Year Old Trees

Trees in a desert is an unusual enough sight but there is always the occasional oasis. Sometimes, though, the water dries up completely and given the right conditions, reminders of life can be left behing. It is estimated that these acacia trees have been dead for more than nine hundred years. Frozen in time, their twisted and contorted branches immovable even against the occasional breeze, Sleepy Hollow comes, as it were, to the desert.

Backstage During Fashion Week

It's the season of Fashion Week, from Bryant Park in New York last week to London this week, and Milan, Los Angeles and Tokyo next month. As designers and their models gather to present their newest collections to the world, photographers are on hand to take thousands of pictures, most during the actual show - with a few photos from the backstage of each show sent across the wires as well. I've gathered a handful of those backstage glimpses from recent fashion shows, most taken in New York, and share them with you below.

Pictures: Lightsaber Battle In Washington Square Park

Last night, a few hundred Jedi enthusiasts crammed into Washington Square Park for a giant Lightsaber Battle. There were demonstrations of proper lightsaber technique, people dressed as Sith Lords, lots of children and various non-Star Wars characters, including zombies, ninjas and even a Pikachu, all partaking in the fun. There was even some under-the-radar lightsaber battle betting going on. Kevin Bracken, one of the organizers of the event, told us: "Last night's lightsaber battle was phenomenal! 500 lightsabers were reserved in advance, and easily 1000 people showed up. I am happy we can put on big family-friendly events; so many parents and kids last night. The Arch in the park made for an epic backdrop, and my favorite moment of the night was setting up an epic Braveheart-style skirmish with deafening cheers from each side."


Continental Shaft: The Best Cars You Can't Buy in the States

If the car industry's recent tumult has any upside, it's that after years of crowding dealerships with some… less than inspired domestic designs, automakers are finally reaching across borders to stay afloat in a keen, competitive market: Ford is importing models from its excellent European division, and Fiat's acquisition of Chrysler means we'll be seeing the first Stateside examples of the brand in almost thirty years. Still, that doesn't mean we'll get everything we really want. Here, we break down the best examples of the foreign cars that won't be arriving on our shores. Read it and weep.

Jeremy Freedman Makes History At 208mph In His Mk3 VW GTI

Pulling up to a field of 200 cars at last year's Texas Mile, hundreds of people laughed and shook their heads at Jeremy Freedman and his '97 VW GTI. Also in the queue were a Ford GT, Porsche 911, Toyota Supra and Lamborghini Gallardo. To most spectators, all they saw was a shitty VW with black wheels; it didn't even have aerodynamics back then. But once it left the starting line and rushed into the distance, the skeptics fell silent. Then the crowd erupted into applause as they witnessed Jeremy in his beat-up GTI becoming the world's fastest GTI, setting a top speed of 208mph. Dedicated To Dad Competitive by nature, Jeremy has been an avid racer and fanatical golfer since he was a boy. The 30 year-old owns a golf accessory store in Dallas and is training to become a professional golfer. "I've been an athlete all my life, and my mom grew up drag racing," he started.

Two New Ferraris Destroyed In Exotic Rally Crash On Dangerous Chinese Road

The automotive community in China is still pretty young. Combine that with a booming economy, and inexperienced drivers are getting some pretty fast and tough to drive cars. That's not a good combination, and it all came together over the weekend when two brand new Ferraris met each other, and not in a friendly way. It was in a very crashy way. Reportedly, a convoy of Ferraris was traveling near Shaanxi in Northwest China on what appears to be the Ansai segment of the Baomao Expressway when two of them went out of control. The 458 Spider and California collided with each other, and it looks like the crash was at an exceptionally high speed. The cars are barely recognizable, and when you have a Ferrari V8 sitting on the highway sans car, you know it's serious.

Lotus Exige Matte Black Final Edition Makes Debut At Pebble Beach

The Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance is in full swing, and Lotus has just unveiled the Exige Matte Black Final Edition, a special model reserved exclusively for the North American Market. The Exige Matte Black Final Edition will premier within the Lotus exhibit on Peter Hay Hill on August 18-21. Lotus will only produce twenty-five Exige Matte Black Final Edition cars, as a farewell model to the lightweight sports car that sold for the last ten years. The Exige will feature a more powerful 257-hp engine, a stealthy black paint job and black Alacantara sport seats.


Tale of a Would-Be Spy, Buried Treasure, and Uncrackable Code

One night in June 2001, Brian Patrick Regan drove out to Pocahontas State Park in Virginia and walked through the muggy darkness into the woods. The former Air Force sergeant wore a backpack on his bearish 6'5 frame; a sawed-off shovel handle stuck out of the top as he made his way along soft creek beds, avoiding hiking trails. Inside the pack was a night-vision monocle and a pile of classified material he had stolen from his longtime employer, the National Reconnaissance Office — the US agency that manages the nation’s spy satellites. After he had walked about 10 minutes, Regan stopped and surveyed the tall oaks and maples. He lowered his pack, pulled out the shovel, and laid a plastic sheet on the ground. Then he began to scoop out a series of holes, carefully piling the dirt on the sheet so as to leave behind no sign of the dig. From his backpack he grabbed a stack of packages wrapped in garbage bags and placed one in each hole. The bags were stuffed with thousands of documents containing information about Libyan missile sites, Iraqi air defenses, and US spying operations in China and Iran.

Ceton's Quad Cablecard Tuner For Media Center

That's right, you can now reserve your place in line to be the first to record four HD cable shows at once on your Windows 7 Media Center. The bad news is that ship date for the InfiniTV 4 is now May 31st. Ceton wasn't willing to share a specific reason for the 60 day delay, but we suspect CableLabs is to blame -- Ceton refuted this and insisted CableLabs has been very helpful, but we don't buy it. The other big news -- for those that were concerned with noise or fitment options -- is that the latest version of the PCI-E card pictured above no longer includes a fan. The InfiniTV name was the result of over 1000 submissions to Ceton's naming contest, of which Gary Petro came up with winner. But Gary isn't the only one receiving a free tuner, as two more submitters were deemed worthy.

The Last Four Minutes of Air France Flight 447

The crash of Air France flight 447 from Rio to Paris last year is one of the most mysterious accidents in the history of aviation. After months of investigation, a clear picture has emerged of what went wrong. The reconstruction of the horrific final four minutes reveal continuing safety problems in civil aviation. One tiny technical failure heralded the impending disaster. But the measurement error was so inconspicuous that the pilots in the cockpit of the Airbus A330 probably hardly noticed it. Air France flight 447 had been in the air for three hours and 40 minutes since taking off from Rio de Janeiro on the evening of May 31, 2009. Suddenly the gauge indicating the external temperature rose by several degrees, even though the plane was flying at an altitude of 36,000 feet and it hadn't got any warmer outside. The false reading was caused by thick ice crystals forming on the sensor on the outside of the plane. It now appears that this is when things started going disastrously wrong.

Products Made Using Recycled Boat Sails

Sailcloth is made from different fabrics and is quite sturdy. It is tough and water-resistant and is good to be used in all kinds of weather conditions. Hardly any effort is made to recycle sailcloth even after knowing all the properties it comes injected with. It is thrown away most of times without exploiting its complete potential. But there are many who are recycling sailcloth and using it to make various everyday items. Below is a list of seven products that have been made using recycled boat sails.

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