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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley’s Cleavage Plays Peek-A-Boo

Here’s Megan Fox’s Transformers replacement, and not to mention one of the sexiest supermodels in the world, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, prancing around Los Angeles and showing off a tiny bit of her cleavage/bra thanks to her flimsy top. Nice. She’s also doing a pretty damn good job of showing off her pouty lips, killer long legs, groovy thighs, and her boyfriend Jason Statham… who looks like he would beat me to a pulp if he knew what I was saying (and thinking) about Rosie.

Leryn Franco is in a Bikini

Paraguayan javelin thrower Leryn Franco first rose to fame a few years ago when the internets discovered that she was pretty damn sexy, and on Monday she was spotted in a bikini in Miami. Presumably not winning at whatever she was doing. Because has a hot athlete ever won anything at all (see: Kournikova, Anna)? Unfortunately it's the same for us hot mathletes. I can crush a beer can between my abs, but I'll be damned if I haven't taken higher than second in the annual Calculus Bowl.

Playboy Wants Mel's Ex

Playboy offered Mel Gibson's dumbass ex-girlfriend Oksana Grigorieva $75k to pose for the magazine, but she politely declined . . . and by "politely declined" I mean she had her rep feign outrage at even the mere thought that she would do such a thing for money. To recap: Blackmail your ex-boyfriend because you're too lazy to get a real job? Sure, why not! Take your clothes off for a series of tasteful nude photographs. Heavens no! From TMZ: Steve Jaffe, Oksana's PR guy, tells TMZ ... "Not now, not ever, nor for any amount of money, would our client, Oksana Grigorieva, even consider any offer to pose for Playboy. Someone might have sent an email to one of her representatives but that's not news." TMZ first reported ... Playboy offered O.G. the cover, writing to one of Oksana's reps in an email dated October 15 and obtained by TMZ, "It would be $75k with cover try."

Emmanuelle Chriqui Drops Some Serious Cleavage, And Gets Uber Bootylicious

This is it my peeps; the motherload of all Emmanuelle Chriqui hotness! These drool inducing screen caps and videos of my future ex-wife (serious, a fortune teller once told me that) are from her latest movie, Women In Trouble, and if Emmanuelle’s bra scene doesn’t make your face melt, then her ultra hot thong scene definitely will. Hoochie mama! I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again; Emmanuelle Chriqui is perfection personified… and we finally have irrefutable proof of that.


Breathtaking Examples of Nature Photography

If you’re a nature lover you definitely going to like this collection. This post highlights 25 of the most stunning shots of nature photography. There are plethora of places and scenes on this earth we must at least see for once. Nature photography tends to put a more importance on the aesthetic value of the image than other types of photography. Most nature photographers prefer no human present in their photos, they want to attain pure, immaculate landscapes that are devoid of human influence. Below we present to you a collection of nature photography shots that would really took your breath away.

The Tunnel People Of Las Vegas

Deep beneath Vegas’s glittering lights lies a sinister labyrinth inhabited by poisonous spiders and a man nicknamed The Troll who wields an iron bar. But astonishingly, the 200 miles of flood tunnels are also home to 1,000 people who eke out a living in the strip’s dark underbelly. Some, like Steven and his girlfriend Kathryn, have furnished their home with considerable care - their 400sq ft 'bungalow' boasts a double bed, a wardrobe and even a bookshelf. They have been there for five years, fashioning a shower out of a water cooler, hanging paintings on the walls and collating a library from abandoned books. Their possessions, however, are carefully placed in plastic crates to stop them getting soaked by the noxious water pooling on the floor. 'Our bed came from a skip oustide an apartment complex,' Steven explains. 'It's mainly stuff people dump that we pick up. One man's junk is another man's gold. ‘We get the stuff late at night so people don't see us because it's kind of embarrassing.’

Macro Photographs Of Bugs' Eyes

Thomas Shahan, a 21-year-old photography student, zooms in on the world of spiders, insects and creepy crawlies, spending hours waiting for a single shot. His images capture the remarkable complexity and beauty of the eyes of an insect in stunning detail.

The 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics Part 2

As the second week begins, the U.S. remains on course for a historic medal haul, with a chance to take home the most hardware at the Winter Games for the first time in almost 80 years. The medals race is shaping up as a fight between the U.S. and Germany until the close of the games on Sunday.


1959 Cadillac Cyclone XP-74 Concept

he Cyclone looked more like a jet aircraft than a car, its two fenders resembling rockets. The two flat door segments could be slid back. The revolutionary design was matched by the radar-sensing crash avoidance system and the Plexiglass bubble-top that automatically closed when its sensor detected rain. Built on a 104' chassis, the Cyclone is 197' long and stands only 44' tall; the body is made of steel (not fiberglass, like some experimental models); power is provided by the standard 325 HP engine fitted with a low-profile carburetor, a cross-flow aluminum radiator and two fans. The initial white pearlescent paint was replaced later with silver; at the same time, the GM Air Transport logo disappeared from the tall fins, to be replaced by an oblong, vertical Cyclone name badge placed at the extremity of each rear fender. The seats are silver leather.

Lotus Evora GTE Road Car Concept Makes the Porsche GT3 Look Like a Chick Car

Taking the idea of a track-focused street car to the next level, Lotus has unveiled the GTE Road Car Concept at Pebble Beach. Named after the GTE class cars that Lotus is currently racing in Europe, this concept is essentially a blend of that competition racer with a street-legal Evora. In many ways it’s not as far from reality as one might guess, with the race car based heavily on the Evora road car and even sharing the same aluminum tub. Thanks to a near excessive use of carbon fiber the concept weighs between 200 and 300 lbs less than the production Evora S, while the engine gets a healthy bump in power. With a modified version of the Evora S’s supercharged 3.5-liter V6, power is raised from 345-hp to 420-hp. No acceleration figures have been provided by Lotus, but with the stock car running 4.3 seconds to 60 mph and this concept also sporting a sequential transmission, a high 3.0 second time is certain.

San Juan Tour Jeep Restoration Project

I've been hunting for a "San Juan Scenic Tour " Jeep for quite some time now. In the Fall of 2004 I was given a lead on this truck by fellow Willys enthusiast Don Scott. At first it didn't catch my interest because of the obvious Monster Truck stance. I was looking for an original vehicle to restore, though the kid in me thought that it would be a cool addition to my collection! Well, on our trip to Ouray in October of 2004 I thought we'd take the southern route there and take a peek at it for a possible picture of the week shot. Needless to say, the rest is history! Follow the links below for more information on this strange vehicle.

A Lamborghini Gets Sand-Trapped at Pebble Beach

A Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder wound up in a sand trap after the driver took a wrong turn leaving the Concorso Italiano event at Pebble Beach last night. Mulligan! A helpful rollback wrecker eventually arrived to tee up the Lambo, assisting the driver in reversing back onto the more tractable green.


Thousands Of Dead Starfish Washed Up On A Devon Beach

Thousands of dead starfish covered a mile-long stretch of pebble beach in Devon yesterday. It is thought the creatures were exhausted after spawning, which left them susceptible to wind and high tides. Marine experts said the starfish probably drifted into shallow waters to feed on mussels and other shellfish but were then brought ashore. They were strewn along the beach at Budleigh Salterton, East Devon. The Environment Agency said yesterday that the odd sight appeared to be a natural occurrence and not caused by pollution. One expert said the process of reproduction had left the starfish 'tired out' and they had been left 'susceptible' to tides and the wind. Similar events happen once or twice a year in the UK, but it is the first time for Budleigh Salterton.

The iPad Controlled Beer Keg

This must be my lucky day! I love beer and I love iPads, so this is like my dream come true. Long story short, a team of extremely geeky Yelp engineers built this iPad-controlled kegbot. This snazzy little contraption measures the beer flow, displays info about the beer, keeps track of who has been drinking the beer, measures the beer temperature and allows the drinker to rate the beer. The interface is really nice too. If you have to leave the party for a moment, no worries, you can even log into a website to check all the beer stats on your iPad kegbot in real time. The hardware basically consists of a bunch of sensors, including a RFID card reader since each drinker must swipe their approved RFID card before it will dispense the beer (this is a great way for geeks to keep the jocks from drinking all the beer). Check out the demo below. You can get more specifics about how to build one of these here. Oh yeah baby, that’s what I’m talkin about!

Mel Brooks, Chevy Chase & Superman Sound Off On Video Games

Gaming academic Ian Bogost shares with the world this scan from a 1982 issue of Videogaming Illustrated, in which 1982 celebrities share their thoughts on the video games. Being 1982, we've got a stellar lineup, including comedian Mel Brooks, Superman's Christopher Reeve, and another comedian, Chevy Chase. And remember, this is 1982, so all are at the height of their powers. Reeve and Chase are quite mean. Though, being 1982, that's understandable. Brooks, on the other hand, issues a line that should be inscribed on the gates to video game land.

Cold War Aircraft Used To Seat 120, Now Sleeps Two

If you're thinking to yourself, "that's sort of a small window for a luxury hotel suite," well, you're right. But it's only because this room occupies the entirety of a repurposed Cold War-era East German aircraft. OK, the view isn't anything special: the plane stays grounded outside the Teuge airport in the Netherlands. But the room itself, dubbed the Vliegtuigsuite, is spectacular, including three flat screen TVs, a Blu-ray player, a sauna, and a jacuzzi. Guests have access to the entire plane, from your king-size bed in the back all the way up to the cockpit.

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