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CELEBRITIES & MODELS

Aubrey O'Day Makes It So Easy

If you've ever wanted to taste Aubrey O'Day's creampie, you're disgusting! But in addition to being gross, you're also in luck because she now has her own milkshake over at Millions of Milkshakes in Los Angeles. Aubrey O'Day lives to pose with whipped cream like it's a dollop of man milk, so thankfully for her a place like Millions of Milkshakes exists! Aubrey followed up her computer-generated bukkake ad for Millions of Famewhores by creating a milkshake named after her. Aubrey's delicious cup of wart puss contains milky sweat from Diddy's over-moisturized nutsack, coagulated silicone from a leaky implant, two drops of red dog dye and one bottle of Hawaiian Tropic Dark Tanning Oil. One sip of it will send you into ecstasy. One sip will also send you to quarantine by order of the Department of Health, but at least you'll have one second of pleasure before that happens.

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!

I Am In Love With Jessica-Jane Clement

Jessica-Jane Clement is an English glamour model, actress, and television presenter. She attended High Storrs School in Sheffield. Clement has made her name in the BBC production The Real Hustle, where along with Alex Conran and Paul Wilson she demonstrates confidence and magic tricks, distraction scams and proposition bets on members of the public, to show the viewing public how to not get caught by them. She also featured similar trick-demonstration roles in one-off special Don't Miss a Trick. Here she is in Thailand this week.

Paris Hilton Still Cruising Around in a $375K Lexus LFA!

We don't post Paris Hilton pics nearly as often as we did a few years ago, so at least give us props for that! Obviously the main focus of this post is not Paris, but her wheels---the sweet ass 552 h.p. Lexus LFA. The thing looks mean. I gotta admit, I'd rather be caught driving around in this than the $1.5 million Bugatti that Flo Rida insists on pimping to dinner each night of the week. More bang for the buck, baby!

PHOTOGRAPHY & EYE CANDY

The ’70s Photos That Made Us Want to Save Earth

Two years after Richard Nixon created the Environmental Protection Agency, the new institution sent out 100 photographers to document the nation’s environment writ large. Now, those photos have made it out of the root cellar of the National Archive and onto Flickr Commons, where they are getting a wider viewing than they’ve ever received. The first group of what will become a 15,000-photo set from the Documerica project are now available online to the public. The photographers were charged with three broad goals: “to photograph America’s environmental problems, to document America’s natural and man-made beauty and to photograph the human condition.”

Shouting Out Random Words to Capture Surprised Expressions

In the series, Thanachart pairs each photograph with the word he shouted out to capture hilariously confused and inquisitive expressions. The combination of reactions is really quite entertaining! Some people look shocked, some look perplexed, and others seem completely unaffected by the presence of a stranger on their subway train, shouting words like "omelette" and "alligator." The black and white series is a statement on modern technology, and Thanachart can be commended for briefly bringing people out of cyberspace and back into the real world that surrounds them.

Light Painting Art Done Using Swarms of Robot Vacuum Cleaners

This light painting photograph was created by a group of students over in Germany using a swarm of seven Roomba automated vacuum cleaners. Each one had a different colored LED light attached to the top, making the resulting photo look like some kind of robotic Jackson Pollock painting. There’s actually an entire Flickr group dedicated to using Roombas for light painting — check it out of you have one of these robot minions serving you in your home.

The Incredible Things NASA Did to Train Apollo Astronauts

On the anniversary of the first man on the moon, and with the final space shuttle mission set to end Thursday, Wired.com takes a look back at the extraordinary amount of training astronauts go through before they are mission ready. Apollo astronauts practiced every second of their mission, even planting the flag (above), many times, indoors, outdoors, in space suits, underwater, in planes, in centrifuges, in pools, in the ocean and anywhere else NASA saw fit. They were prepared for every contingency and trained for water planned landings as well as desert and jungle survival in case their capsule missed the ocean and hit land. They learned geology, how to withstand g-forces, maneuver in low- and zero-gravity conditions, and how to drive electric rovers and land the lunar module. Here are some of the most memorable photos of the rigorous Apollo astronaut training from NASA's image archive.

PLANES, TRAINS & AUTOMOBILES

Iveco Campagnola

After more than twenty years the Iveco Campagnola is back. Italy's best loved Fiat vehicle was originally produced in different versions from 1951 to 1987. The new Iveco Campagnola is part of the Iveco brand and is derived from Massif, the 4x4 off-road vehicle. Iveco is one of the few global manufacturers to offer a complete range of all-wheel-drive vehicles and with Massif the company has entered a completely new sector of professional transport for the first time offering two light off-road vehicles. Iveco Campagnola extends the range with a model specifically for passenger transport, without sacrificing the authentic off-road features behind the success of its ancestor: separate chassis, all-wheel-drive, high mobility and exceptional off-road capability.

Wild Boar Crash Test Highlights Growing Accident Risk

Germany's ADAC automobile club has conducted crash tests on model wild boars to highlight the mounting risk of road accidents involving animals. It said 27 people died and 3,000 were injured last year in collisions with deer, boars, rabbits and wildcats. Hundreds of thousands of wild animals perish each year. A total of 27 people died and 3,000 were injured in a quarter of a million collisions with wild animals on German roads in 2009, not to mention the hundreds of thousands of animals that perished in the process, ADAC, the largest automobile club in Europe, said on Tuesday. It's a growing problem because the population of wild boars in particular is increasing in Germany and Europe. ADAC conducted some a spectacular crash test to measure the impact of vehicle collisions with a horde of wild boar at various speeds. It refrained from using real wild boars for the purpose, resorting instead to life-size models of a sow and her two chubby piglets. "The collision with a horde of wild boars at 80 kilometers per hour (50 miles per hour) needn't be life-threatening for the people inside the vehicle," ADAC said in a statement after conducting the test. "The front of the vehicle was damaged but the passenger cell remained stable."

Porsche returns to Le Mans in 2014

After what will end up being a 16 year hiatus, Porsche will be making its long overdue return to the top class of the LeMans series in 2014. Starring in the grand return will be a works-run LMP1 sports prototype for which details are still limited - almost non-existent actually. However, regardless of whether it is a coupe or an open top model, the future LMP1 will more than likely feature new technologies from Porsche. Hartmut Kristen, Head of Porsche Motorsport said: "We’re looking forward to the task of developing new technologies and to continue on with the success of the Porsche RS Spyder. After the conclusion of our works-supported sports prototype programme in the American Le Mans Series we have kept up with the latest technological advances. Now we will begin with detailed research in order to evaluate the various concept alternatives for our new car. These obviously depend on how the regulations for the year 2014 look in detail. In principle, these regulations are interesting for us because the integration of our hybrid technology in the vehicle concept is one possible option."

Vintage And Modern Concept Buses

Some of these concepts have timeless, exciting forms, some are more of the "pulp-ish" and "sci-fi" variety, but they all invariably turned heads and excited onlookers in their time, and some still inspire designers today. Some of these buses were produced in limited numbers, some remained an artist's dream, or a promotional brochure oddity. "Aye, Aye, Captain! Care to climb down to the ground and have a chat?" - This is 1941 version of the legendary "GMC Futurliner" bus (or rather, an exhibition transport vehicle)

TECHNOLOGY & OTHER NEAT STUFF

I’m An Adult Dealing With a Lego Addiction

Every time I walk into a LEGO store, a helpful employee asks, “Are you looking for a gift today?” I’m always happy to reply, “Yes, a gift for myself.” My answer usually gets a smile and a knowing look. I’m not the only adult that loves LEGO toys. My adoration for the colorful plastic bricks and shapes started when I was young. When I was little, I had a red bucket full of LEGO bricks and big green plate (base) to build on. I’d like to say that I was a prodigy who built skyscrapers or designed mini amusement parks, but no. I’d take my stash out to the back porch and build a small mishmash of structures that I would call a farm. It was about the imagination for me. The bigger worlds that the little bricks represented.

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.

Under The Sea: Life On A Lost Shipping Container

In 2004, on a trip from San Francisco to the Port of Los Angeles, the shipping vessel Med Taipei hit a patch of bad weather. Like all shipping vessels, Med Taipei was loaded down with 40-foot-long metal containers—the moving boxes that bring us stuff from all over the world and deliver our exports to other countries. In the storm, 24 of these containers fell off the Med Taipei and into the ocean. That's not a particularly rare event. Thousands of shipping containers are lost every year, in much the same way, says Andrew DeVogelaere, Ph.D., research coordinator for the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary. What makes this story remarkable is that one of the lost shipping containers was eventually found. Just months after the box fell off the Med Taipei, researchers from the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute stumbled across it while placing sensors for a survey of the ocean floor within the Marine Sanctuary. This year, the Sanctuary and MBARI were able to apply that good luck in a practical way, performing what is likely the first detailed study of a lost shipping container, and the effects it has on the ocean environment.

Grappling Hook Made With a Fire Extinguisher

MIT student Christian Reed decided to make his own grappling hook gun after being unable to find instructions on the Internet regarding how to make one. He ended up making it using a fire extinguisher as a main component, because that’s what you do when you’re an everyday grappling hook Joe and don’t have the fancy tools superheroes tend to have. After he constructed the gun, he posted the instructions on the Internet so future people who want to make a grappling hook don’t run into the problem of a lack of Internet-stored instructions and then have to figure out how to make their own, then end up having to post those instructions on the web. Christian is saving you future grappling hook Joes time.

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