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Ashley Greene Was Also at the Twilight Premiere

Let’s not forget the most integral part of the Twilight franchise. Ashley Greene. She plays the important role of… um… a vampire? Well, whoever she plays, she’s hot and we pretty much belong together despite her people telling me to take down those leaked nudes of her yesterday. I like to think it’s because she knows I don’t like sharing her.

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.

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.

Avril Lavigne Hooks Up With Ex-Hubby Deryck Whibley in St. Tropez

And, who can blame him, right? I know we make fun of Ave a lot of on here, but when it comes to no-strings-attached makeup sex, we can't really fault the former Sum 41 lead singer Deryck Whibley for potentially sex'ing up his old wifie. He knows exactly which buttons to push & Avril knows it, so why not jump back on for another joyride? I'm sure if they did hookup over the weekend, it was mutual. These were snapped over the weekend as the two were spotted together with friends on a yacht from South Hampton, NY moored off the coast of ultra-exclusive Saint Troprez, France.

PHOTOGRAPHY & EYE CANDY

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.

The Moment That A Polar Bear Cub Slipped Into The Icy Sea

Bearing in mind where polar bears live, you would think they could handle a little bit of ice underfoot. But it's obviously something that needs practice, as this youngster showed when he slipped and fell into the freezing arctic water. As mum was busy trying to teach her cub how to hunt for food this little one showed that keeping a grip in slippery Arctic conditions isn't quite as easy as she makes it look.

Looking Into the Past

Favorites from the Looking Into The Past Pool. Note: I didn't come up with the idea or the photos, just collected some of the ones I thought were great into this gallery.

Olafur Eliasson: Your Rainbow Panorama Now Complete

olafur eliasson's highly anticipated new installation 'your rainbow panorama' is now complete. set to open on may 28th, the permanent elevated structure provides a 360º view of the city of århus, denmark. suspended between the city and the sky, the viewing platform insists on the sensory engagement of those who enter it. as designboom previously reported here and here, the continuously circular pathway sits on top of and proportionality compliments the ARoS museum of art, designed by schmidt hammer lassen in 2007. measuring 150 meters around, the transparent glass unit is designed to act as a visual compass for the city, its colors marking the physical location of each visitor.

PLANES, TRAINS & AUTOMOBILES

Growling Sharp Ferrari

Take a peek at this lovely sharp sports car with the Ferrari name slapped on it, inspired by the form language of Credo E-Bone, another design by the same designer that’s no less that a city bus. That, and the bones of animals and humans are where this comes from. This designer takes the Italian dynamic and organic, soft shapes that are closest to nature. Inside and out, this vehicle is meant to radiate energy and power. This is the Ferrari Enzo, a car that never ever stops, but appears to sit in time even as it flies down the highway. The one sentence the designer hopes to let loose as much as possible is “My car has always more power than yours.” Time for crushing of all road opposition! Road warrior!

Two New Ferraris Destroyed In Exotic Rally Crash On Dangerous Chinese Road

The automotive community in China is still pretty young. Combine that with a booming economy, and inexperienced drivers are getting some pretty fast and tough to drive cars. That's not a good combination, and it all came together over the weekend when two brand new Ferraris met each other, and not in a friendly way. It was in a very crashy way. Reportedly, a convoy of Ferraris was traveling near Shaanxi in Northwest China on what appears to be the Ansai segment of the Baomao Expressway when two of them went out of control. The 458 Spider and California collided with each other, and it looks like the crash was at an exceptionally high speed. The cars are barely recognizable, and when you have a Ferrari V8 sitting on the highway sans car, you know it's serious.

Three Deuces and a Four-Speed: The Rise and Fall of the Pontiac GTO

As many of our readers are probably aware, General Motors announced at the end of April 2009 that its venerable Pontiac division will become extinct in late 2010. This week, we take a look at the rise and fall of the car that many consider the definitive Pontiac: the original GTO. As we have previously discussed, until the mid-1950s, Pontiac made some of America's least-distinguished cars. They were solid, dependable, and not unattractive, but they were staid and dull to the point of invisibility. By 1955, sales were slumping badly, and the division needed help if it was to survive.

Ford Goes Back to the Future With Focus EV

Electricity really is the ideal form of propulsion for the automobile because it is clean and quiet. They knew this at the turn of the century, but the problem was batteries and range — that was the main concern back then and it is the main concern people have now. Most of the major automakers, from Audi to Volvo, are working on electric cars, and we’ll see the first of them on the road at the end of this year. So electric cars are nothing new. We used two electric Ford Focuses to race around the track on my TV show. I’ve also got my own electric car. It’s quite advanced, it goes 100 miles on a charge and it’s fully electric. And it was built in 1909.

TECHNOLOGY & OTHER NEAT STUFF

Real Life Tatooine: One Planet, Two Suns

NASA has discovered a real life Tatooine: a planet that orbits two different suns. But there’s unlikely to be anyone there who can save the universe. The planet currently has the rather humdrum working name of Kepler-16b. That’s Kepler after the observatory-fitted spacecraft that’s on a three-year plus tour of part of the Milky Way, with the 16 coming from the number astronomers have assigned to the two stars. NASA had already logged the two stars, which orbit in a way that each can eclipse the other from the Earth’s vantage point. However, it became apparent that the brightness of the system containing the two stars dimmed even when there was no eclipse. That suggested there was a third body in play. Closer study showed that the dimming events took place at irregular intervals, meaning the two stars were not always in the same position, in turn meaning the third body was orbiting both stars. It also means the body experiences a double sunset at the end of its day.

Missile Silo Confessions: Living on the Edge of Armageddon

Deep in the barren Sonoran Desert in the summer of 2008, Drew Reeves drove a back-hoe fourteen feet into the earth. That was as far as he could go before having to hire help and an Excavator — a construction vehicle with a giant mechanical shovel on the end of a huge boom arm. After pulling out huge blocks of concrete and piles of dirt from the hole, the Excavator operator got a little overzealous. “He stretched that boom way too far out and down he went,” said Reeves. Twenty-seven hours and one toppled piece of heavy machinery later, Reeves was faced with a 6,000-pound blast door. “That little tiny Excavator we had down in there, we had to tie a rope to the door handle and give it a little jerk. And it opened right up.” The Titan II missile silo complex was first carved out with dynamite in the early ’60s and manned by a crew whose job it was to ensure our enemy’s mutual destruction should we enter nuclear war. It was later dismantled and sealed up to comply with international treaties. After sitting buried beneath rubble for two decades, the site was ready to be explored.

The Jet-powered Electric Bodyboard That Can Reach Speeds Of 25mph

A jet-powered bodyboard looks set to be the future of life guarding. The Kymera Rescue Board appears to be an ordinary bodyboard, but contains an electric motor powered by a lithium ion battery pack that will allow the rider to zip across the waves for around an hour. Californian designer Jason Woods originally created the device for recreational use, but it has attracted interest from search and rescue (SAR) teams and lifeguards. The lightweight personal watercraft would be cheaper and more convenient than the boats and jet skis commonly used for rescue purposes. Originally powered by ordinary fuel, Jason decided to take advantage of the superior torque provided by an electric motor and modified the Kymera's drive system, although he is keeping further details of his patent-pending system under wraps.

Free Nature Sounds

Use this free tool to play nature sounds on headphones while reading or meditating or just for fun. In order for nature sounds to start playing choose a sound from drop-down box for one of the channels and drag the volume slider up. You can add more nature sounds to composition by choosing other sounds in other channels. It is also possible to add stereo effects by panning channels to the left or to the right. If you want to listen to your sound composition offline, you can do it too! By pressing button "Export To File" you can save your chosen composition of nature sounds into WAV file which later can be converted into MP3 (there are many WAV to MP3 converters on the Web) and uploaded for listening on your MP3 player.

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