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Kate Beckinsale Bikini Butt Pics

Actress Kate Beckinsale showed off her world-renowned tight English ass in a bikini in the photos below. It is impossible to tell if Kate Beckinsale’s ass is actually nice or if she is just such an uptight English bitch that she keeps her butt cheeks firmly clenched together at all time.

Karen Leah's Bikini Model Search Entry

Karen Leah is a model from Vancouver, BC. Her ultimate goal in life is to pursue modeling full time based out of LA. She loves soaking up the sun and laying on the beach.Modeling has been her lifelong dream and passion and drive in life. Karen specializes in swimsuit, lingerie, glamour and fitness modeling. She is very outgoing, constantly creating new ideas for new shoots, always tons of fun, all while maintaining a certain degree of professionalism.

All of Katy Perry’s Latex Dresses

Katy Perry loves to squeeze her curvy body into all types of latex dresses, ones covered in cookies, ice cream cones, teddy bears, flowers, or even ones covered in different types of STDs. So join us on this little trip down memory lane and get lost in her mounds of latex tits. Like the great Ace Ventura once said, “[fits] like a glove!”

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.


Gold rush & Hard work

The island of Sulawesi or Celebes “from a height like an orchid. The island is inhabited by cute and complacent Indonesians who adore the bright celebrations and festivals. This island is amazing variety of landscapes, mountains are alternated by plains and plains, tropical forests. Four of the peninsula of Sulawesi are isolated from one another by deep gorges, mountains and forests. The island is administratively divided into four provinces: Sulawesi Selatan, Tengah, Tenggara and Sulawesi Uthar. On the edge of its south-eastern part of the 250 km from the capital of Kendari is Bombala district, separated from the rest of the island’s small mountains. In earlier times, there grew a great quantity of rice, now everything is like a desert. In August 2008, in Bombane found huge deposits of gold and since then flashed “ “ gold rush. Hundreds of people come here hoping to get rich.

Amazing Animal and Nature Photography by Scott Stulberg

Scott Stulberg is a travel and stock photographer who journeys often to distant lands looking for unique stock opportunities. He is represented by many stock agencies including Corbis and Getty Images. A contributing writer for Shutterbug Magazine, he teaches digital photography and Photoshop at UCLA Extension, the Julia Dean Photo Workshops in Venice Beach & the Art Wolfe Digital Photography Center in Seattle. He is also co-author of The Digital Photographer’s New Guide to Photoshop Plug-Ins. From Microsoft, Newsweek and the New York Times, to greeting cards, calendars and book covers, his images are used internationally. His photographs are in collections all over the world, including on permanent display in the United Nations and the new UCLA Medical Center, with prints displayed in over 60 patient rooms.

Revealing Photos & Stories of Deserted Buildings

What is it about the cracking paint, the crumbling brick and the ominous silent of abandoned buildings that attracts urban explorers from around the world to crawl carefully through and silently document their rooms and spaces? Deserted buildings seem to grow more complex and interesting as the natural processes of decay take over and as layered debris tells more and more stories as the years go by. Different kinds of buildings, like abandoned places and cities, are deserted for different reasons. Sometimes disaster strikes and there is no funding or motivation to rebuild a particular structure, but in other cases a building’s use expires as in the case of mental institutions and drive-in theaters which are largely things of the past. Some buildings go through second (and third and fourth) lives and are adaptively reused in creative ways while other structures are simply deserted.

Isa Leshko: Elderly Animals

Photographer Isa Leshko is traveling to sanctuaries across the country to photograph animals that are elderly or at the end stage of their lives. “I began the series as a means of exploring my feelings about my mother’s decline due to Alzheimer’s Disease,” she says. “As I’ve worked on this project, though, I’ve come to realize that these images are a testament to survival and endurance. And they raise questions about what it means to be elderly.”


Rare World War II Jeep Replicated

Duncan Rolls was upfront when years ago he met a girl named Kim. "I like jeeps," he remembers warning her. "I really like jeeps." She fixed him with a stare and told him she already owned a classic M38A1 military jeep. "She was crazy, too," Duncan said Wednesday from the Kansas Expocentre. Good thing because Duncan has spent the past four years re-creating by hand the Bantam jeep prototype — the grandfather of the classic military vehicle. Now the one-of-a-kind jeep will for the first time, and possibly the last time, be on display. With it will be the second generation version, which Duncan replicated, too.

Exotics Rally Miami One Mile Event Videos and Pictures

We were at the Exotics Rally Miami One Mile event today at the Dade-Collier Airstrip. We’ll be updating this blog post as the videos and pictures come up, but first up is a video of the Hofman Motorsports & Heffner Performance Twin Turbo Ford GT which has the highest reported run of the day trapping 266.93 MPH through the standing one mile.

The Ferrari F60 Is Pure Automotive Pornography

The Supreme Court says you know pornography when you see it. When we saw the Ferrari F60 in person and experienced first-hand its ability to warp the universe around it while at rest, we realized it's absolutely pornography.

1948 Buick Streamliner by Norman E. Timbs

Curves like these inspire poetry. The 1948 Buick Streamliner by Norman E. Timbs is a muse in the world of classic cars, an automobile from a time when curvy was most desirable in the eyes of men. Looking at a car like this makes one lament the slim, simple direction human attraction has gone, when the cars and cover girls leave plenty to be desired in the most important aesthetic quality– shape. This classic Buick Streamliner is in pristine condition, restored by Dave Crouse for the 2010 Concours d’Elegance. Its original construction took over two years, built with an aluminum body around a steel chassis. Not only is it unlikely you’ll ever see this beauty on the road, it’s likely that you’ll never see it on the auction block. A car like this is far too rare, too beautiful that any owner could ever want to pass it up– no matter the price.


Washboard Road: The Dynamics of Granular Ripples Formed by Rolling Wheels

When a car rides on an unpaved road (made of sand or gravel for instance) a wavy pattern develops. Initially, tiny ripples appear periodically (i.e. roughly equally spaced) and then grow bigger and bigger as cars pass on the road. This phenomenon known as washboard road is not only extremely aggravating for the drivers but also represents a real danger since the adherence on the road is considerably reduced. Washboard roads exist throughout the world but they particularly cause annoyance in Australia and developing countries in Africa. Washboard roads have been studied by engineers but little is known about the fundamental nature of the instability. As physicists and mathematicians, we want to use a simplified system to study the underlying mechanisms of washboard formation.

Sony Announces the Death of the Floppy Disk

Fully 12 years after the original G3 iMac dropped support for the 3.5-inch floppy disk, Sony has finally decided to stop making them. The reason is a lack of demand. The surprise is that it took so long. If you still rely on the massive 1.44MB of space to move files quickly around between far-flung computers, don’t worry: Sony will keep the production lines running until March 2011, giving you a year to stockpile the things. You won’t be alone. Apparently, “lack of demand” is somewhat relative, and Sony sold a jaw-dropping 12 million floppies in Japan during 2009. The 3.5-inch floppy has delighted giggling schoolboys with its name ever since its invention back in 1981 and subsequent Japanese launch two years later. Now it joins the cassette tape and the 8-track in fondly remembered obscurity.

Boeing Chooses Android For 787 Dreamliner's Entertainment System

While Apple continues to score wins in the use of its iPad for inflight entertainment, Boeing has chosen its nemesis – Google’s Android operating system – to provide music, video and even airline-specific apps for the next-gen 787 Dreamliner. According to Mark Larson, technical manager at Boeing’s Dreamliner Gallery, all 787s now in production will be fitted with Android-based servers and touchscreens. “Those Dreamliners that are being configured right now can get (Android)” Larson told Australian Business Traveller. Panasonic has already built the first 787-certified Android touchscreen, which is available in everything from economy seats to first-class suites.

Google Starts Censoring BitTorrent, RapidShare and More

It’s taken a while, but Google has finally caved in to pressure from the entertainment industries including the MPAA and RIAA. The search engine now actively censors terms including BitTorrent, torrent, utorrent, RapidShare and Megaupload from its instant and autocomplete services. The reactions from affected companies and services are not mild, with BitTorrent Inc., RapidShare and Vodo all speaking out against this act of commercial censorship. The entertainment industries’ quest to root out piracy on the Internet has yet again resulted in commercial censorship. A few weeks ago Google announced that it would start filtering “piracy related” terms from its ‘Autocomplete‘ and ‘Instant‘ services and today they quietly rolled out this questionable feature. Without a public notice Google has compiled a seemingly arbitrary list of keywords for which auto-complete is no longer available. Although the impact of this decision does not currently affect full search results, it does send out a strong signal that Google is willing to censor its services proactively, and to an extent that is far greater than many expected.

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