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Gwen Stefani Was in a Bikini Too

Gwen Stefani spent yesterday on the beach in Malibu with her kids and husband Gavin Rossdale, and as always she managed to look sexy without being slutty, without wearing a thong or “accidentally” losing her top in the surf. In other words, I hate you Gwen Stefani. Booo, you suck, get outa here.

Heidi Montag Tries To Be Funny, Fails, Remains Freaking Hot

Here’s everyone’s favorite augmented reality star, Heidi Montag, in a new Funny or Die video, in which she tries to be funny (I think), but fails miserably. Heidi goes on about plastic or something; I’m not really sure because I muted the damn thing after her doorknob of a husband showed up. Having said all of that, she looks freaking hot. I know, I know, it pains me to say it, but c’mon, she does. Yes, even if she is more plastic than human at this point, and a totally ditz. Enjoy!

Kim Kardashian was on Vacation

Here's some pics from Kim Kardashian's recent family vacation to Bora Bora. Ah yes, I fondly remember my family vacations to the South Pacific. Anyways, that's Kim, Kim's tits, and Kim's fiance Kris Humphries lounging on a boat. In every picture I see of the guy, why does it look like Kris has absolutely no fucking clue what's going on? I'm pretty sure I could steal his wallet if I just distracted him with something shiny. "ohhhhhh, ahhhhhh."

Olga Kuryleno is Amazing, Attainable

Danny Huston is a perfectly capable and likable actor (among many other parts he played Stryker in ‘Wolverine’) and he’s the son of legendary director John Huston, but he apparently dates Olga Kurylenko, the hot girl from ‘Quantum of Solace’ and ‘Hitman’, and that’s amazing because she is way way way out of his league. She’s so beautiful she doesn’t even have to be an actress.


Giant Ice Sculptures Carved By Sea Water And Polar Winds

Humans may have spent thousands of years trying to master the art of the perfect sculpture, but these incredible photographs of icebergs show they are no match for nature's grand design. ictured off the Western Antarctic Peninsula, these colossal ice carvings have been whittled away by biting polar winds, freezing water and sub-zero temperatures to form incredible mega structures that take the breath away. The vast array of frozen sculptures includes 'Swiss cheese' icebergs which appear to have deep holes drilled into them and some that have formed gigantic cathedrals of ice.

Surf ‘n Siege: Huge Abandoned Island Fortress in Florida

70 nautical miles off the coast of Key West in Florida is a series of seven islands set among a graveyard of over 200 ships, crowned with a massive 19th century fortress that lay abandoned for nearly a century. The Dry Tortugas once hosted Spanish explorer Ponce de Leon and an influx of marauding pirates; today it’s a bird and wildlife sanctuary and a national park. In 1513, Ponce de Leon became the first European to discover the island, naming it ‘Tortugas’ for the many green, hawksbill, leatherback and loggerhead turtles he found there. He and many pirates after him relied on the turtles for meat and eggs. Between the 1600s and the 1800s, hundreds of ships wrecked on the surrounding reefs and shoals, and word ‘Dry’ was added to the islands’ name on maps to warn mariners of the lack of fresh water.

Pristine Alpine Park That Turns Into A Lake For Half The Year

The emerald green waters of this mountain lake offer some of the most unique diving in landlocked Austria. On the bed of the lake underwater explorers will discover fish swimming though the branches of trees, a floor covered in grass, benches, bridges and a landscape that looks like it belongs overground. And that's because for half of the year it is overground.

Aerial Photos Of Stadiums

These are aerial photos of stadiums from all around the world. It is absolutely amazing what man has built just to play some games. However, the photos are incredible and beautiful. The stadium’s seating capacity is also amazing. Here are the best from the best.


Ferrari GTO Concept by Sasha Selipanova

How I want this car to actually be made! But this is the case with most awesome car designs. Sasha Selipanov originally from Moscow, left school and went to study automotive design at the Art Center College of Design in the USA. Whilst there he designed this incredible Ferrari GTO. Born out of his love for automotive design, Ferrari’s and Lambo’s, crossbreeding this love to create this new form of beauty. Enjoy.

The Oshkosh M-ATV Is Friggin' HUGE

The Oshkosh M-ATV is the shiny new toy in the US military's wheeled vehicle fleet, just trickling into Afghanistan now to replace up-armored Humvees. We just got our first look at the thing and it's staggeringly huge in every way. The M-ATV is the next-gen armored personnel and light transport carrier designed for maximum survivability in IED attacks and through rough terrain. Oshkosh will be building $1.05B worth of these things and as taxpaying citizens let us be the first to say, holy crap are they awesome. Imagine a vehicle the size of a dump truck with a blast force dissipating hull, laminated glass, 46 inch tall tires, a cargo box so high it has a fold down ladder to get to, suspension coils thicker than a fifty cent piece and a big scoopful of good old American badass. We want one for grocery store runs.

Hennessey VelociRaptor APV is the Raptor-Based SUV of our Dreams

Hennessey has just pulled back the sheets on what can only be described as a raging pile of awesome – the VelociRaptor APV. It can seat up to eight, packs a supercharged 6.2-liter V8 good for a galloping 575 horsepower and if its anything like its pickup cousin, can leap small villages in a single bound. Apparently it can also withstand small-arms fire. The company hasn't announced how much one of these things will set you back, but we're guessing it's more than a handful of shiny pennies. Something tells us that this truck is going to be mighty popular with border patrol agents.

Tesla Roadster 2.5

Tesla Motors unveiled its next-generation sports car, the Tesla Roadster 2.5, to the public this weekend at the 2010 Goodwood Festival of Speed. The Tesla Roadster 2.5 features improvements in design and technology, including a new front fascia, rear diffuser, improved seat comfort, sound dampening and an optional large touch screen navigation system with back-up camera. Improved interior sound reduction techniques, including new front fender liner material, make the cabin even quieter. The Festival of Speed is the world's largest motoring garden party - a unique weekend that brings together a heady mix of cars, stars and motor sport 'royalty' to create the largest car culture festival worldwide. Held in the immaculate grounds of Goodwood House, this annual hill-climb extravaganza celebrates all things automotive.


Did You Know The Space Shuttle Runs On Only One Megabyte Of RAM!

It’s true! NASA’s space shuttle is controlled by a computer running on only one megabyte of RAM. How is this possible? Since the space shuttle and all its hardware is over 30 years old, so is its computer. The current computer is actually an upgraded version of the 500-kilobyte computer that was used until 1991, but still based on the same outdated technology from the 1980s. So how does the computer process all those complex calculations with only one megabyte of RAM? Well, the shuttle, unlike the average modern computer, doesn’t need a complex graphical user interface and all the fancy programs and games we use. All it does is process the raw data it gets from all the sensors and coordinate the shuttle’s functions, in a simple UNIX-like environment. True, all those calculations are complex, but they do not require a more powerful computer than they already have.

Hacker Disables More Than 100 Cars Remotely

More than 100 drivers in Austin, Texas found their cars disabled or the horns honking out of control, after an intruder ran amok in a web-based vehicle-immobilization system normally used to get the attention of consumers delinquent in their auto payments. Police with Austin’s High Tech Crime Unit on Wednesday arrested 20-year-old Omar Ramos-Lopez, a former Texas Auto Center employee who was laid off last month, and allegedly sought revenge by bricking the cars sold from the dealership’s four Austin-area lots. “We initially dismissed it as mechanical failure,” says Texas Auto Center manager Martin Garcia. “We started having a rash of up to a hundred customers at one time complaining. Some customers complained of the horns going off in the middle of the night. The only option they had was to remove the battery.”

Comet’s 10 Million-Mile Tail Lights Up in Infrared

NASA’s new infrared telescope has released its first images. The Wide-Field Infrared Survey Explorer has returned more than 250,000 raw images. To celebrate its performance thus far, NASA selected four of them for processing and publication. Above, you can see the comet, Siding Spring, which was discovered in 2007 by Australian observers. Its 10 million-mile-long tail is made of glowing dust pushed away from its nucleus by the solar wind. WISE launched on Dec. 14, 2009 and took in its first starlight at the end of the month. The telescope is intended to survey the entire sky looking for cosmic oddities. The mission will also provide better data on the average size of asteroids in the solar system, which will refine scientists’ estimates of how often a dangerous near-Earth object hits the Earth.

Stink Bombs, Sticky Nets And Foam

Police could soon be issued with stink bombs to disperse rioters and hi-tech glue guns designed to trap fleeing criminals, according to a Home Office report. Government scientists are testing a range of exotic new 'less lethal technologies' to help frontline police officers tackle offenders without using firearms. Gadgets undergoing trials include 'sticky nets' which can entangle crooks while deliver a powerful electric shock, and low-powered lasers which cause severe pain when fired at an offender's skin, but without serious injury.

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