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Jenni Farley And Her JWOOW Boobs

JWOWW or Jenni Farley strikes us with her rocking boobs! The Jersey Shore star was captured in the photos by the paparazzi on a beach from Cancun, wearing just a pink bikini. Of course, the part that caught everyone’s attention was the bottom one, because she exposed her boobs like in a museum. Anyway, she seems to have noticed that, because we can see her boobs here and there… everywhere, trying to hide her legs under a long dress. Still, there’s no bitterness, because I’m pleased with only her boobs. Those two slutty boobs make more than I would ask for and I’m thankful for everything she is willing to show.

Jennifer Aniston Drops Some Behind The Scenes Cleavage

Here’s Jennifer Aniston looking pretty damn sexy for a forty-one year old, and dropping some impressive cleavage on the set of her upcoming movie “Fast friends”. Ok, I’m only kidding about the age thing, because Aniston looks hotter and has more of a killer body than the majority of actresses in their twenties… and judging from the last photo on the first row… supermodels as well. The babe next to her in the baby blue dress? That’s supermodel Brooklyn Decker, and as you can see, Aniston’s body totally blows Decker’s body out of the water. Actually, and I can’t believe I’m saying this, Aniston makes Decker look… fat.

Fringe’s Anna Torv Topless for Esquire Magazine

Here’s Fringe star Anna Torv posing half-naked for the March 2010 issue and for the life of us we can’t figure out why the photographer thought it’d be sexy if she took a dump without her top off. Unless of course she’s picking up alien clues from the ground in which case the geeks with the batman shirts that are into Esquire just got a massive erection.

Selena Gomez in a Bikini

I’m assuming God wants to test just how depraved society has become* because here’s yet another almost-18 starlet in revealing attire. This time around it’s Selena Gomez on the set of Monte Carlo today and had I known this was going to turn into Underage Summer, I would’ve made sure all my forged passports are up to date. So thanks for not sending me the memo, Disney. It’s always been a dream of mine to Polanski it up one day. *puts on fake mustache* This is not the blogger you’re looking for.


More Crazy Intersections And Traffic Jams

The only thing that helps while stuck in traffic is knowing that somewhere others have it worse. This page will come as a stress-reliever for many - seeing how others are also battling horrid commute traffic jams and ridiculously complex interchanges every day. We covered this topic before - see Part 1 and Part 2, but new material has recently come out (it would, wouldn't it?), and so we feel obliged to give you another portion of commuting nightmares. Still the winner here is this urban roadways "spaghetti factory" - in Los Angeles, of course - the City Built for Cars (and some people).

Cramped Efficiency: Inside a Submarine

Submarines have to be some of the most sophisticated pieces of machinery so far devised by mankind, with the possible exception of space vehicles. Here’s a look at the interiors of some of these remarkable vessels, from models dating from World War Two, through the Cold War, to the present day.

Dramatic New Pictures From The Night The Cruise Liner Sank

Some of the first dramatic images depicting the last moments of the Costa Concordia have been caught on film, showing the stricken liner and lifeboats scattered in the black water. Since the ship struck rocks off the island of Giglio, pictures of the sinking ship the Costa Concordia have been seen on news sites around the world, showing the liner semi-submerged in the surrounding sea. However these are among the first pictures to show the cruise liner in the early hours of the tragedy. In the images the Costa Concordia is still brightly lit, showing the ship as she looked before the disaster. The illumination and its slight list show the extent of the disastrous crash, and how far it has tilted since rocks pierced the hull of the ship and began to let in water.

NASA Images of Hurricanes from Space

The 2011 hurricane season has begun — a perfect opportunity to look at these amazing storms from a different perspective. NASA offers just the right viewpoint to study Irene (shown above) and a parade of other famous storms. The 2009 Atlantic hurricane season had been quiet — thanks largely to El Niño — until it lurched awake in August. Tropical storms Ana, Bill and Claudette all formed within five days of each other, and Bill became a deadly Category 4. After a few weeks of spitting out weak storms, however, the Atlantic remained mostly calm in '09 while typhoons plagued the Pacific.


Chrysler Gets Down And Dirty With Ram Runner And Ram Outdoorsman

Ram is gunning for the Ford F-150 SVT Raptor. The Chrysler pickup truck purveyor parked its Ram Runner under the spot lights at this year's SEMA show, and according to Pickuptrucks.com, the company plans to sell a kit to turn your very own Ram into the muddy beast you see above. With suspension components from Kore and Fox Racing, wildly flared body work and a full safety cage inside, the goodies won't come cheap, but they should help the mighty Mopar keep pace with its Blue Oval competition. Look to spend around $11,000 for the suspension upgrades alone, but buyers should be able to snag some of the pieces a la carte.

McLaren MP4-12C Spider

The new McLaren MP4-12C Spider, unveiled at the 2012 Pebble Beach weekend in California, is the second vehicle in the growing range of high performance sports cars from McLaren Automotive. This lightweight, mid-engine open-top sports car combines the astonishing performance of the 12C with the increased exhilaration of roof-down motoring. Unlike most other spiders or convertibles, the 12C Spider offers the same performance, handling and driver enjoyment as the fixed-roof coupé version. The 12C Spider uses the industry-leading carbon fibre MonoCell as the 12C, which needs no extra strengthening to provide the necessary rigidity and strength for an open roof car. In conventional steel or aluminium chassis cars, extra strengthening - and associated weight increase - is normal during the conversion from fixed-head coupé to open-roof convertible. This can compromise performance, handling and driving enjoyment.

2013 Mercedes Benz G550 Review

The G-Class exists on an exclusive list of vehicles that are built for one very specific purpose, in this case, the challenge of crossing any terrain. Still, the G isn’t exactly what anyone would call practical, though its massive presence makes a bold statement while roaming through the glass mountains and over the concrete ruts of the city. The 2013 G-Class holds true to the heritage of the vehicle, using body-on-frame construction and a ladder-type frame consisting of sheet steel up to four mm thick. The SUV shamelessly disregards weight savings in search of rugged performance, tipping the scales with a curb weight of 5,578 lbs.

Working Flintstones Car Replica For Sale

I’m a huge Flintstones fan, but apparently not as huge as this guy who actually built a replica of Fred’s iconic vehicle from wood, fabric and steel. I haven’t yet been able to find the source of this story, but according to InAutoNews.com, this cool replica of the Flintstones car is actually for sale, online. And the best thing about it is that under all that wooden exterior is a functional, drivable car powered by a 4-cylinder 1.6 petrol engine. Although it looks like it uses two wooden drums as wheels, if you look closely you’ll see one of the four old-fashion tires revealed, in the front. Which is a good thing, because steering would have been a problem with the original prehistoric system.


Gadget Lab Takes 9 Auto Apps for a Spin

Traffic sucks and gas prices are heading north for summer, so our app-obsessed compatriots at Gadget Lab have taken 9 auto-related apps for a spin to help you find the cheapest fuel, the quickest route to work and make sure your ride is in top shape to get you there. On the traffic and navigation front, the crew reviewed a perennial Autopia favorite, Waze, along with Inrix Traffic, Motion X GPS Drive and the recently released Scout by TeleNav. For fuel, Gas Buddy and GasCubby make the cut, and for the more lead footed among us there’s Dynolicious. Head over to Gadget Lab to get their picks and favorites.

Wintry Doom Looms for Mars Spirit Rover

NASA's Mars Spirit Rover, now a stationary probe stuck in the sands of the Red Planet, may not survive the Martian Winter. If you'll remember, Spirit suffered devastating wheel breakage late last year, and in January NASA officially christened the eternally immobilized rover as a "stationary probe," doomed to live of the remainder of its days stuck in the sand. Then, on March 22, the probe entered an emergency hibernation mode and stopped communicating with NASA. It is the seventh year on-planet for Spirit, which is far, far beyond its original 90-day mission, but a looming Martian winter, coupled with an unfavorable solar panel angle (due to the position it is stuck in), could mean the rover's amazing mission is finally at an end.

New Photo Shows 'Spiderweb' City From Space

The nighttime lights of Russia's capitol city Moscow glow like a giant luminescent spider web in a new photo taken by astronauts in space. The photo of Moscow from space reveals a bustling metropolis arranged around a central hub, with radiating spoke-like streets reaching outward. The spokes are linked at intervals by relatively circular highways that wrap around the entire city. Japanese astronaut Soichi Noguchi took the stunning Moscow portrait while flying over Russia at night. The space station was flying about 17,500 mph and nearly 220 miles above Moscow at the time, likely making the city a tricky target. Noguchi posted it Friday to his Twitter page, where he has been chronicling his six-month mission to the space station under the name Astro_Soichi.

The Toughest Little Bird You've Never Heard Of

They're nothing to look at. They're not colorful. They seem so ordinary, in mottled brown, black and gray, if you noticed them at all, you'd think, "ah, just another shore bird, pecking at something in the water." But you'd be so wrong. Bar-tailed Godwits are special. So special, they deserve special attention. They are the only birds known to fly more than 7,000 miles nonstop, that means no food breaks, no water breaks, no sleep breaks, no pausing, just pushing through cyclones, storms, headwinds, flappity flap, flap for days and nights — and this is their championship season. In September and October, they leave Alaska, head straight for the ocean. Though they are land birds, and cannot fish or rest on the sea, they will cross most of the Pacific Ocean, and fly all the way to New Zealand. Many of them are young, and have never done this before. No other bird can do what they do, and they're doing it right now.

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