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Ericka Cruz Girl Next Door

Ericka Cruz is a stunning model from Costa Rica with incredible eyes. We met her when she entered the Most Beautiful Latina pageant in Las Vegas. Ericka is from Costa Rica, and we’ve become very familiar with the beauty of Costa Rican women as a result of our World Tour stop in Costa Rica in 2009. Paul Miller photographed Ericka by the pool at the Hard Rock Hotel, and then we got more photos next to a beautiful pool and hot tub at a home in Vegas.

AnnaLynne McCord as Magician Assistant on 90210

The upcoming season of CW's 90210 looks as though AnnaLynne McCord truly takes over as the alpha of the show and considering that we've already seen her scratching herself in a bikini and rocking a mom bikini also covered in slime and dressed as a greek goddess. Yesterday the cast was once again at the beach where AnnaLynne filmed a scene where she was a magician assistant or something with Josh Zuckerman.

Adriana Lima is Not a Good Bikini Model

Adriana Lima spent Monday and Wednesday in St. Barts modeling bikinis for Victorias Secret, but something traumatic must have happened on Tuesday because she forgot how to be a good model overnight. Monday she took a bunch of pictures on her back with her legs spread, but Wednesday that uppity bitch just stood there wasting everyone’s time, and didn’t spread her legs once. Oh, a thousand pardons your majesty, excuse all hell out of me if I wanted to spend the morning staring at your vagina.

Hayden Got Implants

If you stalk Hayden Panettiere, you may have noticed that her breasts have gotten noticeably bigger in the past few months. Well it's not because of a sudden growth spurt. The little midget got implants. From the National Enquirer: "Hayden went from an A cup to a C cup and she couldn’t be happier," a close pal revealed. "She’s wanted bigger boobs since she was 17, but the timing and scheduling were just never right. She finally decided to do it right after the holidays." Hayden recently changed her hair from blonde to red -- and it may be she’s trying to take the focus off her newly enhanced figure, says Dr. Anthony Youn, director of YOUN plastic surgery in Troy, MI.

PHOTOGRAPHY & EYE CANDY

Dogs and Sleds

Dogs and sleds are in the news lately, as several races have recently taken place around the Northern Hemisphere, and as transportation choices for both a meeting of the G-7 and the start of the 2010 U.S. census. Mushers brought representatives to Iqaluit, a small village in Nunavut Territory, chosen to host a recent G-7 meeting, in part so Canada could assert sovereignty over its part of the Arctic. The 2010 U.S. Census, as per tradition, kicked off its count on January 25th in a rural part of Alaska in the small village of Noorvik, as census takers arrived by dogsled. And recent dogsled races include Le Grand Odyssee, the Sedivackuv Long, Pirena, the Aviemore Husky Sled Dog Rally and many more smaller regional competitions. Collected here are a handful of recent photos of sleds, dogs, and their humans.

Fabulous Motion Blur Photos And Tricks

The appetite of photography has not been satisfied, we would like to do something extraordinary in that. It is not only restricted to clicking motionless object but it is also stepping towards clicking moving objects like sports events, dancing, riding etc. At that moment you will find the difficulty of blurring images caused by rapid speed of the object. If you used certain skill and creativity you could capture amazing motion blur photography. Here we are sharing some tips and tricks and also showcasing some fabulous motion blur photos to help you to achieve your style.

Soothing Water on the Rocks Photos

There is something peaceful about watching water run over rocks as if it helps wash the stress from your body. Water helps relax you, clearing the mind, renewing the spirit. Nature is amazing with the ever changing emotions she can invoke, from excitement and adventure to rest and relaxation. So kick back and relax with these 26 soothing water on the rocks photos.

Light Pillar – Nature’s Beautiful Special Effect

Light pillars scrape the night sky over Alaska. It may look as if an alien invasion force is beaming down to overrun our little planet but, in fact, this is a purely natural phenomenon. Light and water is all that is needed to produce this remarkable special effect.

PLANES, TRAINS & AUTOMOBILES

2011 Ford F-150 SVT Raptor 6.2: First Mud Bath

Externally, the 2011 Ford F-150 SVT Raptor is indistinguishable from the 2010 model. But under its skin lives a brand-new, 6.2-liter, 411-hp V-8. We didn't desert race it, but we did cover it in two inches of mud. Hey Yahoo! users, welcome to Jalopnik! We're obsessed with the cult of cars — cars that make you laugh, spy photos of new cars, the coolest engine porn, the best in fun car features and even planes. Want to know more? Follow us on Facebook! Spring in Michigan can be very hard to live with — it's the kind of weather that turns a man's thoughts to cheap beach houses in South America. It had been pissing a cold, hateful rain for three days in Detroit. This would normally be a downer on a first drive, especially one focused on a high-performance product from Ford's SVT division. The product is the new up-powered Ford Raptor, the second of what so far will be three vehicle versions (the third being a crew cab model). This made it a brilliant day for a drive.

Two Motorcycles Become One Car

This is the real deal in modern wild design. This is the “Plug-In” affordable youth mobility project by Ramesh Gound. According to Gound, there is a big “buy 1 get 1 free” shopping attitude in the market around the Ahmedabad area of India. This simple concept gave Gound the idea to take two motorcycles and attach them in the middle. Each motorcycle is owned by its respective party, a young person with a big appetite for sports vehicles but a small pocketbook, then they attach. Once two motos attach in the middle, they become that fantastic sports car from heaven. Two drive-by-wire bikes are owned by separate people. They wanna attach them for a longer drive or some sort of trip that’s not great for motorcycle, or hey, if they just wanna cruuuze… they attach in the center of the two. The hood is made of D3O, which when the bikes are not attached, stows away in the bike configuration. This whole concept is aimed to take on congested cities such as Mumbai.

Scamander is the Go-Anywhere, Swim-Across-Anything RV from England

When Evo magazine's founder and Editorial Director Harry Metcalfe says a machine is "the most amazing vehicle you've ever seen," you know you're in for a treat. After all, Metcalfe has been at the head of the British magazine since its first issue in 1998 and has owned or driven nearly every vehicle you can imagine. The amazing machine that's netted such admiration from Metcalfe? The Scamander, a truly all-terrain vehicle designed and built by Peter Wheeler, the man who owned British boutique automaker TVR for 23 years. With its 300-horsepower V6 engine, the Scamander is reportedly capable of hitting 60 miles per hour in about eight seconds and can hit a top speed of 120 mph.

UgurSahinDesign Mallett Corvette Z03

The UgurSahinDesign Corvette Z03 which is to be built by Mallett Cars from Berea, Ohio is a highly modified Chevrolet Corvette C6 with both exterior and performance upgrades. The production car is based on the Corvette Z03 concept which Ugur Sahin designed in 2008. The bodywork of the Mallett Corvette Z03 by UgurSahinDesign is constructed using lightweight carbon fibre composite and features a heavily revised rear section which eschews the large curved rear window in favor of a smaller slit-like window and sweeping buttresses which are more commonly found on mid-engined cars. Not that you'd have much trouble guessing where the engine is located thanks to a pair of glass windows located in the hood which neatly show off the LS7 V8 engine. The sweeping diamond shaped headlights are intended to mirror the shape of the the engine windows and lend the Z03 a more sinister appearance.

TECHNOLOGY & OTHER NEAT STUFF

How One Man Hacked His Way Into the Slot-Machine Industry

Rodolfo Rodriguez Cabrera didn’t set out to mastermind a global counterfeiting ring. All he wanted was to earn a decent living doing what he loves most: tinkering with electronics. That’s why he started his own slot-machine repair company in Riga, Latvia. Just to make a little cash while playing with circuit boards. Born and raised in Camagüey, Cuba, Cabrera always had an affinity for technical pursuits. Once, after winning a student essay contest in 1976, he was given a personal audience with Fidel Castro. When the dictator asked the 10-year-old what he wanted to be when he grew up, Cabrera confidently replied, “An architectural engineer.”

The Math of The Rubik’s Cube

Last August, 30 years after the Rubik’s cube first appeared, an international team of researchers proved that no matter how scrambled a cube got, it could be solved in no more than 20 moves. Although the researchers used some clever tricks to avoid evaluating all 43 quintillion of the cube’s possible starting positions, their proof still relied on the equivalent of 35 years’ worth of number crunching on a good modern computer. Unfortunately, for cubes bigger than the standard Rubik’s cube — with, say, four or five squares to a row, rather than three — adequately canvassing starting positions may well be beyond the computational capacity of all the computers in the world. But in a paper to be presented at the 19th Annual European Symposium on Algorithms in September, researchers from MIT, the University of Waterloo and Tufts University establish the mathematical relationship between the number of squares in a cube and the maximum number of moves necessary to solve it. Their method of proof also provides an efficient algorithm for solving a cube that’s in its worst-case state.

The Secret History of Iraq’s Invisible War

In the early years of the Iraq war, the U.S. military developed a technology so secret that soldiers would refuse to acknowledge its existence, and reporters mentioning the gear were promptly escorted out of the country. That equipment – a radio-frequency jammer – was upgraded several times, and eventually robbed the Iraq insurgency of its most potent weapon, the remote-controlled bomb. But the dark veil surrounding the jammers remained largely intact, even after the Pentagon bought more than 50,000 units at a cost of over $17 billion.

Beggar the Dolphin Killed By a Diet of Hot Dogs and Beer

Turns out that a diet of beer and hot dogs—though theoretically appetizing—is just as harmful to dolphins as it is to humans, especially when it encourages bad behavior in the former. Just like the dog who has learned to eye dinner scraps at the table, Beggar the dolphin developed an ultimately fatal habit of approaching humans in Sarasota, Florida—a habit that was reinforced and enabled by boaters feeding the bottlenose dolphin an unhealthy diet of, among other things, hot dogs, beer, fruit, shrimp, and squid. His learned unnatural behavior is believed to have contributed to his death. Beggar was recently found floating dead near Albee Road Bridge. He was about 20 years old.

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