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Is This Woman Too Hot To Be a Banker?

Everything about Debrahlee Lorenzana is hot. Even her name sizzles. At five-foot-six and 125 pounds, with soft eyes and flawless bronze skin, she is J.Lo curves meets Jessica Simpson rack meets Audrey Hepburn elegance—a head-turning beauty. In many ways, the story of her life has been about getting attention from men—both the wanted and the unwanted kind. But when she got fired last summer from her job as a banker at a Citibank branch in Midtown—her bosses cited her work performance—she got even hotter. She sued Citigroup, claiming that she was fired solely because her bosses thought she was too hot.

AnnaLynne McCord Gets Back in Her Bikini For 90210

AnnaLynne McCord wore a retro bikini to shoot scenes for 90210 on the beach in LA yesterday. After a few months off from filming, AnnaLynne is back to work on the CW drama, though the characters are no longer high school students after graduation at the end of last season. In the cliffhanger-filled finale, AnnaLynne's Naomi revealed that she is pregnant, though there's no sign of a baby bump yet in this revealing two-piece. AnnaLynne spent her hiatus hanging out with on-again boyfriend Kellan Lutz and he even accompanied her to NYC for the upfronts while she attended his brother's wedding in May. Kellan will be hitting the promotional road for Immortals soon, starting with Comic-Con next week, and she'll be back on the small screen when 90210 premieres .

Olinda Cataneda Girl Next Door

Olinda Castaneda has an elegant look with a supermodel body. This stunning model from Peru was one of the finalists of the Most Beautiful Latina pageant in Las Vegas that took place at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, won by her friend from Peru, Girl Next Door Elody Gamarra. We got some beautiful photos of both of them in the morning at the Hard Rock Pool as the sun was rising and then we got more great stuff next to a more intimate pool and hot tub

Dita Von Teese Drops Some Red Hot Cleavage

Here’s Dita Von Teese dropping some pretty damn sexy cleavage at the Heart Truth’s Red Dress Collection 2011 shindig. Ok, so I really don’t dig this girl, never have, but I really dig cleavage (all kinds of it actually), and I have to admit that Dita Von Teese has stupendous cleavage. Not to mention some groovy curves, and the enthusiasm to show off said stupendous cleavage and groovy curves. Dang, I think I may have been wrong about this babe. Oh well, better late than never.

PHOTOGRAPHY & EYE CANDY

Stunning Tulip Fields That Look Like A Giant Pack Of Crayons

A vast patchwork of kaleidoscopic colour, Holland's tulip fields are clearly nothing to be sneezed at. From the air it looks as though a giant toddler armed with a box of super-sized crayons has been let loose on the Dutch countryside... if the lines weren't quite so perfect. The vibrant blues, reds, pinks and yellows sprawl as far as the eye can see in Lisse, western Netherlands, where farmers hope to make huge profits selling them to florists and supermarkets around the world.

Diving Into The Water

When the weather turns warmer and you head out to the swimming hole, bring your camera and take a few shots of diving into the water. Here are 8 great ones.

The Scariest Looking Abandoned Theaters

I’m pretty sure if it weren’t for the movie A Clockwork Orange I wouldn’t give abandoned theaters a second thought. But as it stands, the potential rape scene coupled with the acts of the old ultra violence coupled with the fact that the theater was about to collapse at any moment kind of left a scar on my brain. So when I came across these crazy abandoned theater pictures it reminded me that at any given time there might be some kind of weird ass stuff going down in one of these places. And that is not a fun feeling. But since some of you like to be freaked out, here are abandoned theaters that I doubt I’d enter.

How A Photographer Shooting Outdoor Clothing Camped On Iceland’S Volcano

It was a ferocious volcanic eruption that belched out tons of white-hot molten rock, sent a billowing plume of ash miles into the sky – and would lead to chaos in the airports of northern Europe. And these astonishing pictures, taken by British freelance photographer John Beatty, record the spectacular events which took place at the now-infamous Eyjafjallajoekull (Island-Mountain-Glacier) volcano in Iceland, and which have had such a dramatic aftermath. Mr Beatty, 58, happened to be in Iceland’s glacier fields on an assignment to take pictures for an outdoor clothing company when he found himself at the centre of the awe-inspiring natural phenomenon.

PLANES, TRAINS & AUTOMOBILES

Hennessey Venom GT: First Ride

Pilots who fly above Mach 1 sometimes speak of a supersonic moment that causes the instruments, ever-so-briefly, to blur. Charging down a track in the 1,200-hp Henessey Venom GT there's a moment when my eyes pull the same trick. This isn't a car, man, this is the best way to die. Bill Clinton famously said "There's nothing wrong with America, that can't be fixed with what's right with America." John Hennessey — who I'm guessing didn't vote for Clinton based on things he says on Facebook — has his own version of this: there's nothing wrong with the Lotus Exige that can't be fixed by what's right with an American V8. In this case it's a GM-sourced 6.2-liter V8 boosted with a pair of giant, earth-spinning Garrett ball bearing turbochargers sitting below a massive engine cover lined with NASA-spec gold foil that looks like it was borrowed from an exhibit at the NASA Space Center down the road from Hennessey's main campus in Sealy, Texas.

5-0 In A 5.0: A History Of Ford Police Vehicles

A history of Ford police cars starts as a history of police cars themselves because prior to the company's release of their first special police package there were no purpose-built squad cars offered in the United States. Going as far back as the 1919 Model T Police Truck pictured above, police departments across the country used Ford products as squad cars, adding equipment on their own, but they were rarely different from civilian models and not approached as a market. Seeing an opportunity in the rapidly expanding police fleets of the post-WWII boom, Ford made the industry's first effort at creating and marketing special black-and-whites to law enforcement with the 1950 Ford sedan, boasting better handling, ample trunk space for "bulky radio equipment," increased Stamina, and fuel efficient performance.

Pimped Out Product Placement: The Most Ridiculous Donk Cars To Hit The Road

If you live in the Southeastern United States, there's a good chance that you're familiar with the term "Donk" and its relationship to automobiles. If you don't have the benefit of living in the Dirty Dirty, then I'll give you a little background. A donk car - or a Hi-Riser to the formal crowds - is typically a Chevy Impala or Caprice Classic (or any number of classic American muscle cars) that has been raised up on wheels as high as 30-inches. Basically, they're normal cars raised up on big-ass rims and they are painted in ridiculous fashions. They're a part of rap culture, they've spread thoughout the U.S. far and wide, and most of them are hilariously awesome.

The Best of the 2010 Detroit Auto Show

The 2010 North American International Auto Show in Detroit was quieter, smaller and shorter than in years' past. But it was not, however, depressing, and considering the smoldering wreckage that is the automotive industry, that’s quite an accomplishment. At last year’s show, it was far from certain that Detroit’s Big Three would still exist in early 2010; they’re still with us. Ford and GM are building impressive new cars. Chrysler, which essentially had nothing but repainted versions of existing models on display, is another story. And this year it became obvious that the growing call to electrification won’t fade away anytime soon; nearly every automaker has now announced plans for the launch of hybrid or pure-electric vehicles in the coming years. Altogether, the show gave the impression of a shaken industry thrilled for the chance at a fresh start.

TECHNOLOGY & OTHER NEAT STUFF

NASA's Next Mars Rover Rolls Over Ramps

The rover Curiosity, which NASA's Mars Science Laboratory mission will place on Mars in August 2012, has been rolling over ramps in a clean room at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory to test its mobility system. Curiosity uses the same type of six-wheel, rocker-bogie suspension system as previous Mars rovers, for handling uneven terrain during drives. Its wheels are half a meter (20 inches) in diameter, twice the height of the wheels on the Spirit and Opportunity rovers currently on Mars. Launch of the Mars Science Laboratory is scheduled for 2011 during the period from Nov. 25 to Dec. 18. The mission is designed to operate Curiosity on Mars for a full Martian year, which equals about two Earth years.

The True Face of Mario

Everybody knows Mario–Super Mario. And how: an oft-cited 1991 poll found that more American children recognized Nintendo’s cheerful mascot than they did Mickey Mouse. Almost two decades later, the famous cartoon plumber, forever clad in blue overalls, regularly stars in blockbuster games for the Wii and DS. Regarding Mario’s origins, it’s common knowledge among game fans that legendary game designer Shigeru Miyamoto created him for 1981's Donkey Kong arcade game. But few know that Nintendo borrowed Mario’s name and Italian heritage from a real man. That man’s name is Mario Segale, and he’s not a plumber. He’s a wealthy real estate developer in Tukwila, Washington. Segale unwittingly stepped into video game history by renting out a warehouse that served as Nintendo’s U.S. headquarters in the early 1980s.

Double Glock Full Auto Pistols

Just when I think I have seen it all, I see something like the DoubleGlock Machine Pistol. I don't know anything about this pistol. If any of our European readers know the history behind it, please share it in the comments. I guess that the recoil of the fully automatic Glock 18 pistols (Glock 18C?) would cancel each other out allowing easy control.

Dual-core AMD Power In A Case Less Than An Inch Thick

Think tablets will kill off the nettop like they're doing with the netbook? Think again -- well, for now, at least. Compulab has released details of its latest little powerhouse, and this one's faster than ever despite being less than an inch thick and about six inches across. Maximum spec sees the insertion of an AMD G-series T56N processor, aka the Fusion Zacate, offering dual cores at 1.6GHz while pulling down 18W TDP, paired with a Radeon HD 6310, the two running cool enough to not need a single fan. (It's the same basic setup found in the HP Pavilion dm1z we recently reviewed.) There's up to 4GB of DDR3 memory, room for a 2.5-inch HDD, HDMI and DisplayPort connectors, a whopping six USB 2.0 ports, and even dual eSATA if you need external storage. No word on price just yet but it's said to be "competitive" compared to its predecessors, like the PC2, which currently costs between $300 and $700 depending on configuration.

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