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Kelly Bensimon in a Bikini

It's been getting way too heavy around here, so thank God someone finally put a bikini on. Unfortunately none of you know who Kelly Bensimon is because she's on The Real Housewives of New York which exactly five people watch yet somehow you're dating one of them. On that note, to extract any sexiness out of this post, you're going to want to focus on the just-barely exposed areola and not the over-tanned wildebeest it's attached to. Trust me on this one.

Gwyneth Paltrow Hard Body Bikini Pics of the Day

Here are some pictures of Steven Spielberg following his god daughter Gwyneth Paltrow around in the bikini, clearly for masturbation purposese later in the night, cuz that’s what people who like following their god daughters around in bikini with a video camera are usually doing….it is generally not because he’s practicing his filmaking, you know that excuse doesn’t work when you’ve a billionaire filmmaker.

Elisabetta Canalis Drops Some Damn Sexy Cleavage

Let le just start off by saying that ex-George Clooney girlfriend/model Elisabetta Canalis lost some serious points with me when I found out that she’s dating Steve-O (yeah, the “Jackass” guy). But I’m happy to say that she has earned almost all of said lost points with today’s shwingtastic appearance. Here she is looking like a sexy little minx and unleashing a drool-inducing dose of her insanely sexy/perfect cleavage at the “Miss Bikini” event in Milan, Italy this past weekend… hot damn, thank you ma’am! Oh yeah, she’s definitely making up for serious disappointment, eh? Damn right she is!

Katy Perry Gets Slimed At The Kids Choice Awards

If you watched the Kids Choice Awards this past weekend, you already saw this. Katy Perry got more than what she bargained for when presenting an award at the kiddy show. A nice batter of green goo became very friendly with her face. Think girls would kiss her and like it now?


Kittens Discarded In Cat Food Bag Rescued By Dog

Two kittens who were thrown mercilessly into a a bag and then dumped in the middle of the road are now available for adoption from and Iowa rescue group. But if it weren't for the heroic actions of dog named Reagan, they probably would not have survived. WHOTV reports that the two kittens, named Tipper and Skipper, were sealed in a Meow Mix bag with the rest of the litter and then left in the street. The bag had been run over by a vehicle, killing some of the kittens and making it difficult to tell exactly how many cats were inside. Somehow, Tipper and Skipper survived. "It was not a pretty sight," Linda Blakely from Iowa's Raccoon Valley Animal Sanctuary said. That's when Reagan stepped in. He grabbed the bag, and carried it home. He didn't stop whining until his owner opened the bag. Covered in the blood and remains of the kittens who were killed, she found two seriously injured survivors.

25 Haunting Shipwrecks Around the World

Fellow blogger Tom Moran from Urban Ghosts inspired this post. His excellent article on ‘Ship Graveyards: Abandoned Ships, Boats and Shipyards‘ sent me on a quest to find some incredible photographs of shipwrecks around the world. The United Nations estimates that there are more than 3 million shipwrecks on the ocean floor. These once mighty vessels, both sunken and beached, are a haunting reminder that nothing lasts forever. These beautiful ships used to rule the seas they traveled. Now they serve as a window into our past.

35 Pictures Of Tilt-shift Photography

photography. Photography doesn’t have to be boring and dull, and there’s so much more at photography, especially if you’re into tilt-shift photography. Tilt-shift photography is one of most impressive and unique types of photography because it makes life-size locations and objects look like miniatures. No this isn’t magic or Photoshop, it’s just changing the angle of the camera so that the objects can get a different perspective and look smaller than they actually are. Today, we have 35 amazing pictures of tilt-shift photography and all of them are simply beautiful. At first we actually thought that these are real miniatures, but after the closer examination we released that these are just great examples of tilt-shift photography. As we already mentioned, we have 35 pictures of tilt-shift photography, and some of it include pictures of famous locations such as Big Ben and Sydney Opera house. Of course, there are other famous locations as well, but we leave those to you to discover them.

Baby Ring-tailed Coatis Play Ring Around the Rosy

There's never a dull moment for these cuddling baby Coatis (AKA Brazilian Aardvarks!), photographed earlier this summer at Marwell Wildlife Park by Danielle Connor. A total of 5 baby Coati call Marwell home and as you can see, they spend much of their time wrestling and rough housing in their exhibit. Coatis are members of the Racoon family and although few scientific population studies have been made in recent years, their numbers appear to be in decline due to environmental destruction in their native Central and South America.


Jeep JK-8 Kit Finally Turns Your Wrangler Into A Pickup Truck

We've seen Jeep Wrangler pickup trucks before that never had a chance at production. They're the kind of teasing that many die-hard Wrangler lovers just can't handle, so the folks at Mopar are giving owners of the four-door Unlimited a chance to make their own Jeep pickup. Jeep Wrangler JK-8 Independence pickup truck bedThe Wrangler JK-8 Independence is a new Mopar kit that provides a 50-inch pickup truck bed with 44 inches of width between the wheel wells. The folks at Mopar aren't ready to talk price just yet, but they promised two variants of the kit. One is a weld-free bolt-on setup that mechanically inclined Jeep owners can put together "over a weekend." The second is a show-ready kit that can be fitted at the dealership or a specialty body shop. The parts for both kits will reportedly cost about the same, but labor costs for the show truck version will cost extra. The kit will reportedly be available in every color that you can currently get the Wrangler Unlimited.

Cadillac Ciel Concept

The Cadillac Ciel Concept - pronounced "C-L," the French translation for sky - is a four-seat convertible that opens a new chapter in Cadillac's design and product ascent, pushing the brand's Art & Science philosophy into a new stratum. Ciel is a new expression of Cadillac's historical grandeur, as well as a celebration of open-air motoring. "Large, expressive luxury is innate to Cadillac and the Ciel recalls that heritage, while suggesting where the brand can go in the future," said Clay Dean, global design director for Cadillac. "Authentic luxury is driven by experiences, not just products, and Ciel is about the experience of the journey." The spacious and elegant Cadillac Ciel Concept is a grand gesture that explores themes driving Cadillac's explorations into range-topping flagship luxury. It is powered by a twin-turbocharged version of the 3.6-liter Direct Injection V-6 engine, paired with a hybrid system using lithium-ion battery technology.

Smart Delivers Its First EV In the U.S.

The electric Smart car has arrived. Mindy Kimball of Silver Spring, Maryland received the first electric Smart ForTwo in the United States on Wednesday, one of the 250 diminutive EVs we’ll see from the company this year. The big rollout begins in 2012. “This is a groundbreaking day for smart in the United States,” Smart USA President Jill Lajdziak said in a statement. “We are extremely excited to add the smart fortwo electric drive to the smart product lineup, solidifying our position as a key player in transportation electrification.” Kimball, 36, is a major in the Army and an early adopter who has long sung the praises of EVs. The Smart ForTwo Electric Drive, developed with help from Tesla Motors, has a 30 kilowatt (40 horsepower) electric motor and a 16.5 kWh lithium-ion battery. Although it’s slow and best suited to urban commuting, we found it as fun and quirky as its gas-burning sibling. The battery pack is good for a claimed 98 miles on the LA4 test cycle, but the EPA pegs the real-world figure at 63 miles. It’s good to go in eight hours when plugged into a 220 volt socket. That’s a long time, but the pack is 80 percent “full” at 3.5 hours.

'68 Camaro in the Cherry Bomb Booth

Cherry Bomb says they've been disturbing the peace since 1968, so a '68 Camaro was a natural choice. The Year One build comes with sweet billet wheels, a 427 LSX and of course Cherry Bomb exhaust--a toggle switch on the dash lets you select either side pipes or dumps.


Homemade Cookie Stamper

In an age where we buy everything from hot chickens to frozen yogurt at the supermarket, it can be refreshing to explore the home baking aisle and go home ready to make your own cookies. Take a stand against profit-driven global expansion: Bake your own cookies and mark them with our Homemade Cookie Stamper… then shout “Power to the People!” It’s a cookie revolution! Our Homemade Cookie Stamper includes a cookie recipe and measures 4 inches tall x 3 inches in diameter. Wood with a rubber stamp.

Center Pivot Irrigation Explained

If you have been in a plane over a large agricultural hub you may have casually glanced out of your window. And then you may have performed a very, very quick double take. What on earth are those circular shapes below? They are not the alien crop circles of infamy that’s for sure – in fact whole fields seem to be circular in shape. There are way too many of them, too, to have been done as some sort of practical joke. So, what are they? Welcome to the world of center pivot irrigation.

Boeing SolarEagle solar-powered UAV to fly in 2014

The U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency’s (DARPA) Vulture program, which aims to develop and demonstrate technology to enable a single high-altitude unmanned airplane (UAV) to operate continuously for a period of five years, has entered phase II. Under the terms of an US$89 million contract, Boeing will develop a full-scale demonstrator called the SolarEagle that will make its first demonstration flight in 2014. The aircraft will have highly efficient electric motors and propellers and a high-aspect-ratio, 400-foot wing for increased solar power and aerodynamic performance. "SolarEagle is a uniquely configured, large unmanned aircraft designed to eventually remain on station at stratospheric altitudes for at least five years," said Pat O'Neil, Boeing Phantom Works program manager for Vulture II. "That's a daunting task, but Boeing has a highly reliable solar-electric design that will meet the challenge in order to perform persistent communications, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance missions from altitudes above 60,000 feet."

From Devastation To LEED: A Small Town Story

What’s the greenest small town in America? If you’re thinking it must be somewhere famously eco-obsessed–such as northern California or the Pacific Northwest–think again. Every city building in Greensburg, Kansas, population 900, is LEED certified. What’s more, Greensburg has its own community wind farm, which is said to produce 100% of its power. It all began late in the evening of May 4, 2007, when a monster tornado 1.7 miles wide and moving at 205 miles an hour flattened this small town on the southwest Kansas plains, totally destroying its infrastructure and a vast majority of its homes and buildings. Thanks to an emergency announcement by the National Weather Service in Dodge City, the citizens of Greensburg had 20 minutes to evacuate, but the devastation brought by the tornado was still a huge blow for a town of this size.

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