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Sofia Vergara Drops Some Cleavage And Gets Ultra Curvy For Kmart.

Here’s the bodaciously hot Sofia Vergara dropping my jaw with a shwingtastic display of her uber hotness, awesome cleavage, and wicked curves… for Kmart. Yeah, I didn’t believe the photo description either, but it’s true. And it is so freaking hoooooot! Good lord, will you get a load of those rollercoaster curves!? What am I saying? You cats are probably too busy drooling over the photos that you’re not even read this. And I don’t blame you. Anyways, enjoy!

Sophie Reade Bikini Car Wash Photos!

What’s better on a lazy Sunday afternoon than pictures of a sexy reality show star washing a car in a bikini top and teeny tiny short-shorts? Not much! Here’s 2009 Big Brother UK winner Sophie Reade erotically sponging a Fiat in knee-high pink and white-striped socks, a pair of purple plaid nightie shorts and a pink plaid bikini top. Are those silver high-heeled Chuck Taylors?!?

Kylie Jenner Is On-Trend for Fall in Burgundy Leather Pants

Kylie Jenner rocked two of fall’s hottest styles rolled into one stylish pair of oxblood leather skinnies on Tuesday. Letting her fashion-forward bottoms be the center of attention, Jenner kept her overall look minimalistic, pairing a sheer black tank and pointy-toe pumps with her statement pants. The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star, 15, who was snapped en route to the Justin Bieber concert in Los Angeles, Calif., nailed the perfect mix of cool and comfy in her rocker-inspired ensemble. What gave Jenner’s outfit an edge? The model and reality star amped up her simple ensemble with metallic accents — a chain-strapped pocketbook, chunky necklace, and stylish watch — that coordinated with those on her pants and furthered the rocker vibe.

Jamie Eason

Jamie Eason is popular fitness model and writer. She is also a former NFL Cheerleader and winner of the World’s Fittest Model competition. She has been the featured subject and cover girl on many fitness and women’s magazines. Jamie is currently a full time spokesperson for Bodybuilding.com, and is developing her own line of swimwear.


Fly Geyser – Not Quite of this World

They look as if they were taken on another planet, or at least on the set of a new and very expensive science fiction movie. Yet these pictures are of the Fly Geyser which is very much of planet earth (Nevada, US to be exact). However – and herein lies the surprise – it is effectively man made. The geyser can be found in Hualapai Valley near Gerlach. It is a little seen phenomenon as the land upon which it sits is private. It can be seen from State Road 34 but unless you have permission the view from a distance is all you should attempt. Back in 1916 the owners of the place were looking for water in the hope of creating rich farmland in this desert area of the state. They came across water, yes, and the well worked for decades. However, the drill that was driven down a shaft hit a geothermal pocket of water and the result was a geyser, if not quite made by man then certainly made possible by him.

The Moment Diver Comes Face To Face With Killer Shark

Like a rabbit in the headlights, this brave scuba diver faces off against one of the most feared and endangered predators of the deep. With its notably long pectoral fins enabling it to glide like a bird through the water, a 10ft-long, 350lb female Oceanic White Tip shark was photographed by Brian Skerry off the Out Islands in the Bahamas. Swimming inches past Mr Skerry's long-time collaborator Wes Pratt, the large shark observed the pair for two hours. Patiently waiting for days to find one specimen, Mr Skerry counted himself lucky, as recent surveys have estimated that the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean population of the white tip to have fallen by 98 per cent since the 1950s. 'The Oceanic White Tip is considered one of the most dangerous sharks in the sea along with the Great White and Tiger,' said Mr Skerry, 48, who has been an underwater photographer for 30 years. 'It is responsible for some of the most famous episodes of man-eating in history, such as when the USS Indianapolis sank in 1945. 'Around 800 sailors escaped into the water when it was torpedoed by a Japanese submarine, but only 321 were pulled from the sea alive. 'Most of the deaths in the water were from dehydration and heat exposure, but a significant number were attacked by Oceanic White Tips.'

Snowflakes Up Close: A Small, Fragile World

If you’re one of those people who likes to ponder things while looking out a frosty window on a cold winter day, these pictures will clear up one of those long standing wonders: each snowflake really IS unique. Some look like roman columns, others circuit boards or spaceships. Taken under high magnification using a microscope, these images bring a fragile and beautiful world into view.

Turnip Rock

You might think that this Thumbnail Turnip Rock’s photos were created in Photoshop. It’s not true. This island is really located on the rocky shores of Lake Huron. This place is charming and unbelievably beautiful! Take a look at real photos of a wonderful island.


How Lufthansa Gets The World’S Most Exotic Cars Airborne

To celebrate their 100th anniversary in the air cargo business, Lufthansa's pulled together a gallery of fascinating cars they’ve made airborne over the years. Lamborghini Diablo? Check. Bugatti EB110? Check. Ferrari F1 cars for Niki Lauda and Michael Schumacher? Check and check—and check out the full gallery.

Most Sensuous Car Shapes Ever Designed

Continuing our popular series, we are going to celebrate the most exciting and eye-pleasing body styles in car design, from last 70 years of the automobile era. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but surprisingly, some cars possess what can be considered "a universal beauty" - no matter what your taste, or where you're coming from, you may end up enchanted. It's easy to pacify even a hypothetical alien monster, if you arrive in one of these sensuous rides - or you can make a very fast escape, if things go wrong.

How Apartment Dwellers Can Charge Their Electric Vehicles

Recently, we got an email from a reader named Bernadine asking about apartment dwellers charging their plug-in cars. She wrote: "I would like to see Autoblog contact, address, and consider how would apartment dwellers fit in the scheme of things by the manufacturers of "green" vehicles. I am quite sure there are others, like myself, who would love to purchase or get in line to order such vehicles. However, we do not have garages or nearby outlets that we can access to charge our vehicles, once purchased. Are there any projects in place that will address the needs of apartment dwellers? Will our local gas stations be transformed into electric stations?" Turns out, Bernadine isn't the only one thinking about this particular issue. We covered it in some depth about a year ago in this Greenlings article, which noted that, in 2009, Mitsubishi helped develop an electric vehicle charging system for apartment buildings in Japan. More recently, our friend Paul Scott and Santa Monica Nissan did a presentation very subject at a local library. The panelists included people with deep knowledge of EVSEs, permitting and other related issues. You can watch a well-edited video of that event provided by Plug In America after the jump.

2002 Cadillac LMP Hits The Block

If you’re a fan of both endurance racing and of GM, and if you’ve got a sizable balance in your bank account just waiting to be spent, you may want to head on down to Amelia Island, FL, for the upcoming RM Auctions event. Held in conjunction with the Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance, the annual RM Auction specializes in selling the best of the best. Take last year, for example, when a 1961 Porsche RS61 Spyder was snapped up by none other than Sir Stirling Moss for a cool $1.705 million. This year, one of the featured cars is a 2002 Cadillac LMP-02-002, as campaigned by J.J. Lehto and Max Angelelli during the 2002 American Le Mans Series. The car took 9th place in the 24 Hours of Le Mans race, and scored as high as second place in the ALMS race in Miami.


From 72 Recycled Beer Cans Comes a Sweet Surfboard

In March, I wrote about a very cool project making surfboards from ocean trash. Now, here's another original way to ride the waves: on a surfboard made from 72 recycled beer cans. The simply named Beer Can Surfboard is the work of San Diego-based artist Rich Morrison. What began as a sculpture to complement his Enviro Surf Art Series soon became more ambitious: Morrison has made what is most likely the first ever functioning surfboard made of beer cans. Morrison collected uncrushed cans from a local bar (Budweiser, Modelo, PBR, Rolling Rock and Boddingtons Pub Ale, if you're wondering), and built them into a board with the help of surfboard maker Gary Seagraves.

Why The EU Is Kicking Our Clean Energy Ass

he EU signed Kyoto in 1997, and passed laws to lower emissions by 2005. Five years later it had double the wind power of the US, and ten times the solar power. I know that it has been customary to compare the metrics on renewable energy development within the US as a whole to just one nation within the European Union, but it is misleading, as a comparison of our relative progress, because the US has a bigger economy than any one EU nation such as Germany or Spain, that it is typically compared to. It is time for us to compare the US with the EU as a whole to get an accurate picture, because it is easier for a larger economy to beat a smaller one in anything. This applies in any metric, but especially when comparing things like numbers of wind farms or solar farms, because how many people there are in a given area, and how much electricity they need (to produce and consume what percent of the global GDP) needs to be comparable, or the comparison is nonsensical.

This 43,000 LEGO Part Venator Class Star Destroyer is Amazing

The massive Venator Class Star Destroyer is now 100% COMPLETE. This badass LEGO behemoth weighs in at a approximately 180lbs, exactly 8 feet long and yep... 43,000 individual LEGO pieces. Insane. Read on to see more detail pics and a video where you can imagine this sucker flying through the vasts of outter space.

The Martin Jetpack

It's been a long time coming. While Arthur C. Clarke's satellites have taken to space, and James Bond's futuristic mobile technology has become common place, still the dream of sustained personal flight has eluded us. But the future is here! Finally we can all take flight as Martin Aircraft in New Zealand releases the first commercially-available jet pack!

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