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There comes a time on a slideshow such as this when you simply run out of adjectives for "beautiful." From the first slide on, these women are the most stunning and lovely ladies you will find in the world of sports. And frankly, if I continued to mention that fact, this would be the most boring and lackluster slideshow you would find on the pages of Swagger. So while you enjoy these gorgeous athletes, I'll throw around some fun facts, offer a few pick-up lines you should avoid if you ever meet any of these women, and provide a lot of other odd information that might be entertaining (or very well might not make any sense).
Breakfast is my favorite meal. I like to drink iced coffee and watch the cream climb its way down the chunky ice cubes in a dazy before the caffeine hits. I like to order bacon with whatever I’m eating.
According to legend (a.k.a. wikipedia ), the folds in a chef’s hat used to represent the number of ways s/he knew how to cook an egg, with the vaunted 100-fold hat reserved for the heads of only the most knowledgeable culinary experts. But are there really 100 ways to prepare eggs? ES set out on an exploration across the food blogosphere to find out, and our answer is a decidedly delicious “yes.” We’re reporting back and presenting our 100 favorite ways to cook an egg.
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Ken Block in Gymkhana 4 DC and Ken Block present Gymkhana FOUR: The Hollywood Megamercial. GYM4 surpasses the high-production style of Gymkhana TWO with even more spectacular effects shot in the backlots of Universal Studios, California. Filmed over the course of five days, director Ben Conrad (Zombieland and 30 Seconds or Less) and his team at Logan deliver a Hollywood caliber production complete with pyrotechnics, massive stunts and a series of unbelievable tricks. Featuring robotic sharks, deranged zombies, and a hilarious cameo by the Epic Meal Time guys, Ken Block and his Hybrid FunctionHoon Vehicle (H.F.H.V.) bring the magic of Hollywood and gymkhana together.
Hadoken-ing: Real-Life Street Fighters Hadoken-ing is a trend from Japan where kids reenact scenes from 'Street Fighter' in photos. Since it has pretty much blown up the internet, here is a fashion shoot we did that takes that idea to the next level, putting our real-life street fighters in pixelated 3D realms. Corpse Brides and Forced Abortions: How China's One-Child Policy Is Still Ruining Lives China's one-child policy has created a long list of horrors that, besides child trafficking, includes infanticide, infant abandonment, and forced abortions, all used by families desperate to meet the set child quotas. Some sources estimate that 10 million state-enforced abortions take place in China every year.
The new retrospective, four-disc box-set Carry On , gleans tracks from across the decades and showing the upward arc of Stephen Stills’ career. It partially succeeds. This reissue of Hazlewood's 1963 debut re-introduces us the long-unavailable original mono recordings of the album, which sound excellent, but it also tells a story of Hazlewood the young performer. Knitting Factory's second Fela Kuti retrospective is no less vital, gripping, or essential than the first. By taking the brutal traits of numerous metal sub-genres, Nails have created a violent record that leaves you begging for a reprise, only to press play and relive the assault all over again. And like any form of assault, the scars are worn on the inside long after the physical damage fades.
10. Chevrolet Spark Just a few years ago picking a Top 10 Cars list from the LA Auto Show would have been a simple task, with few world premieres and most of the vehicles on display having already been revealed at some overseas venue. That’s no longer the case, with over 20 global debuts this year. So with a sizable list to choose from, the AutoGuide team sat down at the end of the two media days of press conferences to determine the most exciting, most interesting and most important reveals of the show. And here they are: