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AnnaLynne McCord And Her Less Hot Sister Bikini Pictures

Here’s 90210 scrawny hottie and Popoholic favorite, AnnaLynne McCord, and her nowhere near as hot sister, Angel McCord, hitting the Miami beach in a pair of tiny bikinis. Now you guys might have a hard time telling the difference between the two, especially considering that they swapped bikinis while in the ocean, but AnnaLynne is the one with the groovier body, and the one not wearing earrings and piercings. Ha! Did you girls actually think you can fool a professional who spends his whole day gawking at the female form? Please! Speaking of the female form, enjoy AnnaLynne’s sexy little bikini body!

Ashley Greene: Variety's Power Of Women 2012

Ashley Greene is radiant in red as she arrives at Variety’s 2012 Power of Women event held at The Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons Hotel on Friday afternoon (October 5) in Beverly Hills, Calif. The 25-year-old actress came out to honor Jessica Biel, Halle Berry, and Katherine Heigl for their impact on the philanthropic and charitable causes closest to their hearts. Also recognized at the event were Queen Latifah, Felicity Huffman and Sue Knoll. Ashley recently shared with SheKnows.com about what empowers her, “There is something about putting on a lip shade. Whenever my lips pop, it makes me feel a little bit more powerful and a little bit more present.”

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.

Hayden Panettiere Frolics Around In Hello Kitty Bikini

Hayden Panettiere went to the beach in Malibu yesterday where she ran around showing off her tiny midget abs and tiny midget cellulite which leaves me convinced sex with her has to be exactly like banging a roll of Pillsbury biscuits.


Chocolate Covered Strawberry Shot Glasses

I'm currently suffering from mild depression since school started up again yesterday, but I'm very thankful to have had such a relaxing break. Puerto Rico was a blast, Christmas was great with my family, and Ryan and I celebrated NYE in NYC with some of our closest friends. I read good books, watched plenty of trashy TV (new addiction: American Pickers, anyone else?) , and of course did some baking. But this post isn't a true baked good, there's not even a real recipe to go along with it -- just a great party idea if you love the combination of chocolate, strawberries, and alcohol as much as I do.

Macro Photography and 22 Colorful Examples

Macro photography is close-up photography. The classical definition is that the image projected on the “film plane” is close to the same size as the subject. Lenses designed for macro are usually at their sharpest at macro focus distances and are not quite as sharp at other focus distances. In recent years, the term macro has been used in marketing material to mean being able to focus on a subject close enough so that when a regular 6×4 inch (15×10 cm) print is made, the image is life-size or larger. With 35mm film this requires a magnification ratio of only approximately 1:4, which demands a lower lens quality than 1:1. With digital cameras the actual image size is rarely stated, so that the magnification ratio is largely irrelevant; cameras instead advertise their closest focusing distance.

National Geographic Unique Moments

Some moments can be captured only once in a lifetime and when that moment comes you better hold on to it and make it last by photographing it with your camera. Here is a revision of the most unique moments captured on national geographic photos in the past 3 years. A big thanks to all professional photographers that are out there, bringing this kind of beautiful photography into our lives. They are one happy people and there is only one thing to be said about there efforts.

Ultimate Pirate Ship Bedroom

Designer Steve Kuhl fulfills every boy's fantasy with this insanely cool pirate ship bedroom. The six-year-old occupant from Minnesota chose between a space ship, race car, castle, and pirate ship. Most of us would probably agree, he made an excellent decision. The main feature of the room is the incredible floating pirate ship. Kuhl used 2x12 ribs to construct the hull of the ship, covering them with layers of 1/2 inch plywood to act as the planking. A bomb-proof blend of plaster and epoxy with integrated coloring was used simulate an old ship's hull. But that's not all. The room is also decked out with a rope bridge that connects the pirate ship to the top of a jail cell, and a rope suspended from the ship's hull provides drop-in access to the closet. There's also a completely hidden spiral slide, that lets you travel downstairs in a more adventurous way.


Holy Abomination Batman - Its a Customized 1985 Porsche 944!

This author will be the first to admit that he's not exactly overflowing with love for the Porsche 944, but don't expect any amused looks from this camp about seeing this car degraded into a stumpy rendition of Tim Burton's Batmobile. Sadly, that's just what seems to have happened with this particular 1985 944. According to the seller, the car still boasts the stock 2.5-liter four-cylinder and a five-speed manual cog box, so you won't be outpacing baddies anytime soon. A NOS Sniper system has been installed on the car, but thankfully, it's never been used. We're guessing hitting the go-go juice would be a heckuva lot of fun – but probably just once.

BMW High Security Vehicles

BMW is well known for dynamic and premium driving pleasure, but how many of you know that BMW cars also fulfill international safety standards? BMW also develops very special vehicles, which may save lives in a complete different way. In 2008, BMW announced their latest gimmick- a custom made X5 with protection against criminal attacks or other dangerous situations. The model was named BMW X5 Security. The car has been armored by the factory to protect its passengers against firearms, ranging from .44 and .357 Magnums, to 9mm Luger. The X5 comes with a VR4 safety class, a high-level of protection according to European standards.

1936 Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic

There’s just something about the 1930s… The decade that climbed out of a great depression and fell into the second world war was still one of progress in design. This decade saw the automobile really begin to take shape, and it has left us some of the most beautiful cars ever envisioned by man. The 1937 BMW 328 Mille Miglia, the 1939 Rolls-Royce Phantom III, and even the 1937 BWM R7 motorcycle show the high watermark of design in the heart of the pre-war industrial revolution. Today, we look at the great 1936 Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic, a beautiful blue wonder as captured by our friends at Autoblog. This Bugatti Type 57SC is famous in its own right, having earned the Best of Show at the 2003 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. This year, it sold for nearly $40 million, a record price for any automobile. While it is certainly amongst the world’s most beautiful automobiles, it is officially the world’s most expensive.

Strange Aircraft: North American F-82 Twin Mustang

The first time I ever saw a photo of the North American F-82 Twin Mustang I was adamant it was a photoshop. It’s not. In fact it’s not even a one off. They built 270 of these things, and interestingly the first three North Korean aircraft shot down during the Korean war were victims of these unusual aircraft. Based on the iconic P-51 Mustang, which rose to fame as one of the USAAF’s most successful fighters of WWII, the F-82 Twin Mustang more or less lived up to its name. It was essentially two P-51's fused together at the wing and the horizontal stabilizer. It was initially intended to be a very long-range (VLR) escort fighter to accompany Boeing B-29 Superfortresses on their missions over Japan. However the first F-82's were only ready for service after WW2 had come to an end.


Detect if a Person Is a Threat at a Glance

It's not usually a good idea to quickly judge someone based on a quick glance, but Psychology Today points out that in some cases—especially when your safety is potentially threatened—it's good to go with your gut when you view someone as possibly aggressive. Citing several different studies, Psychology Today points out that in most cases, we're very good at immediately recognizing someone as a potential threat based on their face alone. While it's not foolproof, it is often accurate, and as Psychology Today notes it's good to trust your instincts.

Spontaneous Discharge of a Firearm in an MR Imaging Environment

An incident recently occurred at an outpatient imaging center in western New York State, in which a firearm spontaneously discharged in a 1.5-T MR imaging environment with active shielding. To our knowledge, this is the first documented case of such an occurrence. The event confirms previously reported theoretic risks of a firearm discharging in an MR imaging environment. In this report, we examine the incident in detail from the official police and ballistic reports.

The Amazing Bling Guns That Belong To Mexico's Drug Lords

Mexican soldiers have seized an arsenal of gold-plated and diamond-encrusted weapons believed to belong to the Valencia gang, allies of the powerful Sinaloa drug cartel and, it seems, fans of hip-hip excess. Showing just how flamboyant gang members spend much of their ill-gotten wealth, pictures show how most of the 31 'pimped' pistols found in a raid on a home in western Mexico had gold or silver-plated grips or were glittered with diamonds. Three of the assault rifles are almost entirely gold-plated and there was even a silencer plated with gold. One particularly image-conscious gangster has made his pistol unique by adding rows of gaudy red and green jewels and a Ferrari logo.

How to Build an Earthquake-Resistant Bridge

Few engineering projects have the scope, costs or risks involved in building a new bridge. San Francisco Bay Area residents got a peek at what’s involved Wednesday, when builders set in place the first segment of a tower that will soon hold up a brand-new span of the San Francisco Bay Bridge. Wired captured photos of the event, as well as many inside photos of the new bridge that we shot on a recent tour of the massive construction project. More than 250,000 vehicles pass over this bridge every day, carrying people and freight between San Francisco and the east side of the bay. You can’t exactly ask that much traffic to wait patiently while you tear down the existing bridge and replace it with a new one. Complicating matters is the fact that the San Francisco Bay Area is one of the most seismically active regions of the United States. Any bridge built here has to be able to withstand a massive quake — since some big shaker is almost certain to hit sometime during the bridge’s expected 150-year lifespan.

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