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I Hate You, Derek Jeter

Minka Kelly is seen here at the premiere of the TV show Parenthood. I don't think she's in it, but I could be wrong. I could look it up, but I am still pissed that Derek Jeter gets to see this naked and in the shower and stuff. It's bad enough he got to date Jessica Alba, but now he gets to marry this? I hope he gave her his Herpes (allegedly).

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.

Claudia Molina Is In A Bikini

I really need to visit Univision with a Spanish dictionary and a box of condoms, because apparently Claudia Molina works there. She looks like she would put a cigarette out on me if I didn't make her cum and her hands may or may not have been exposed to gamma radiation, but it might be worth it to introduce my penis to her ass and stomach. The communication barrier won't be a problem. My penis is fluent in the language of love.

Vnukovo Airport

Since there was business bounce in Moscow recently and with each year it goes more and more skyscraperier with hundreds of people from different countries arriving to the capital of Russia, need in expanding infrastructure of the megacity sprang up. The authorities of Moscow have been long thinking of building new terminal at one of the well-known airports of the Russian Federation. It is 2010 outdoors and the construction goes full speed. After the terminal is ready, Vnukovo airport will be one of the biggest and modern airports in Russia with capacity of 20 millions travelers a year.




PLANES, TRAINS & AUTOMOBILES TECHNOLOGY & OTHER NEAT STUFF

Opel Flextreme GT-E Concept

Opel Flextreme GT/E Concept makes its debut at the 80th Geneva Motor Show (March 4 - 14, 2010), it will boost the company's credentials as a leader in green technologies, offering expressive design with efficient environmental performance - and engineered with German precision. In Opel's strategy for achieving more independence from fossil fuels, electricity plays a key role. The 4.7-meter long Opel Flextreme GT/E Concept illustrates how extended-range electric vehicle (E-REV) technology can be plugged into large or mid-size vehicles, as well as compact cars such as the upcoming Opel Ampera. Opel calls this strategy e-mobility unlimited: adapting the highly efficient E-REV drive system - which removes the limitations of battery-only power - to vehicles across all market segments. To enjoy zero CO2 driving emissions Opel-style, the Flextreme GT/E concept shows that size doesn't matter.

Atari Pitches Missile Command Movie to Tinseltown

After Universal won a bidding war last year over the movie rights to Asteroids, Atari now hopes to launch a movie based on the classic arcade game Missile Command. The Los Angeles Times reported Thursday that the venerable game company has been actively pitching studios on the Missile Command concept. There’s a good chance, says the Times, that the project will wind up at Fox through former Newscorp CEO Peter Chernin’s production company. Missile Command, developed by Tempest creator Dave Theurer, first hit arcades in 1980. Players used a trackball to launch defensive weapons, protecting their cities from incoming missile attacks. As the Times points out, the game leveraged the Cold War anxieties of the 80’s. It was perhaps best known for its iconic and inevitable “The End” screen, a chilling scene of nuclear winter.

Take That, Chevy Volt! Cal Poly Car Gets 2,752 MPG

A team of mechanical engineering students at California Polytechnic State University is prepping an ultra high-mileage, three-wheeled car for the upcoming Shell Eco-Marathon student competition. If all goes well, they’ll take first place with fuel economy more than 13 times higher than the 230 mpg General Motors claims the Chevrolet Volt will deliver — and Cal Poly car doesn’t even need batteries. The Cal Poly Supermileage Team, launched in the late ’80s and resurrected in 2005, combines students from a senior project team and a department club to work on vehicles that deliver numbers that make hypermilers and plug-in hybrid enthusiasts weep. The team is working on two cars: the Black Widow (shown above), which took first place in the 2007 Eco-Marathon and second place in 2008 and 2009, and a new three-wheeler for the competition’s Urban Concept category. “In the past, the competition has been held on closed race tracks, but this year, it is in downtown Houston,” said team president Verent Chan. “Road conditions will be worse, which may negatively affect our fuel economy, but we still are aiming for the No. 1 spot.”

The Last Four Minutes of Air France Flight 447

The crash of Air France flight 447 from Rio to Paris last year is one of the most mysterious accidents in the history of aviation. After months of investigation, a clear picture has emerged of what went wrong. The reconstruction of the horrific final four minutes reveal continuing safety problems in civil aviation. One tiny technical failure heralded the impending disaster. But the measurement error was so inconspicuous that the pilots in the cockpit of the Airbus A330 probably hardly noticed it. Air France flight 447 had been in the air for three hours and 40 minutes since taking off from Rio de Janeiro on the evening of May 31, 2009. Suddenly the gauge indicating the external temperature rose by several degrees, even though the plane was flying at an altitude of 36,000 feet and it hadn't got any warmer outside. The false reading was caused by thick ice crystals forming on the sensor on the outside of the plane. It now appears that this is when things started going disastrously wrong.

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