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Thursday, September 1, 2011

The 30 Nerdiest Cookie Jars You Can Find

by Justin Thomas
from: http://egotvonline.com/

If there’s one thing nerds love, it’s Star Wars. If there’s another thing they love almost as much, it’s cookies, so it makes perfect sense that the cookie jar industry would be wrought with nerdy cookie jars. Pick your nerd poison: whether it’s Star Wars, Doctor Who, vintage cartoons, aliens, or just bizarre pop culture-inspired nerdiness, there’s a cookie jar version of it. Sit back, relax, and let your inner nerd run wild with this collection of nerdy cookie jars.

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Showtime Teams With Steven Spielberg And Stephen King For ‘Under The Dome’ Series

By NELLIE ANDREEVA


In one of Showtime’s most ambitious undertakings, the pay cable network is partnering with Steven Spielberg and Stephen King for Under the Dome, a drama series based on King’s 2009 novel, which will be produced by DreamWorks Television. The supernatural thriller revolves around locals at a Maine vacation spot who battle one another when a force field suddenly surrounds their town and cuts them off from the rest of the world. DreamWorks’ Spielberg and Stacey Snider nabbed the rights to King’s novel shortly after it was published in November 2009 to strong reviews. Search is underway for a writer to write the project, whose executive producers will include King and DreamWorks TV’s Justin Falvey and Darryl Frank. Spielberg has a longstanding relationship with King.

He previously teamed with the bestselling author to adapt his 1984 novel The Talisman, which was originally developed as feature and then as a miniseries that was once set up at TNT.

This marks a return to genre series for Showtime, which took a break following the 2003 dramedy Dead Like Me, and the network’s latest collaboration with DreamWorks TV. The production company’s dark comedy United States of Tara ran on the pay cable network for 3 seasons and its costume drama The Borgias is now in production on Season 2. Elsewhere, DreamWorks’ new TNT series Falling Skies was recently renewed for a second season. The WME-repped company has 3 new broadcast series launching this coming season: NBC’s Smash, which was originally developed at Showtime, Fox’s Terra Nova and ABC’s The River.

Nude York City: Bodypainted model hauled to jail after Times Square spectacle (SNSFW)

By Thomas Durante
From: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/

Police were called to New York's Times Square yesterday after an art exhibit turned a model into an exhibitionist.

Handcuffs were the only thing Zoe West, of Kingston, New York, was wearing when she was taken into custody on Tuesday evening.

The 21-year-old beauty was splashed with paint for famed local bodypainter Andy Golub in a stunt that drew onlookers ranging from tourists to office workers.

Crowd-pleaser: Tourists and workers alike gathered to watch Andy Golub paint model Zoe West in New York's Times Square
Crowd-pleaser: Tourists and workers alike gathered to watch Andy Golub paint model Zoe West in New York's Times Square

But not everyone enjoyed the spectacle.

At about 5 p.m., several NYPD officers showed up and took the woman into custody, binding her with handcuffs and hauling her off in a police van.

Miss West said there was nothing against the law about her modelling.

She told the New York Post: 'I don't believe there is truly anything wrong with what I did and with what he was doing.'


Colour me bad: Zoe West is led into a police van after her arrest while serving as the canvas for bodypainter Andy Golub
Colour me bad: Zoe West is led into a police van after her arrest while serving as the canvas for bodypainter Andy Golub


Miss West, whose ModelMayhem.com profile promises she would do 'NO EROTIC NUDE WORK EVER,' said the charges were later dropped.

Mr Golub is no stranger to gawkers in Times Square either, as he’s been there to perform his art several times over the last few years.

He was charged with public lewdness in a similar stunt last month with two other models.

The 45-year-old told the Post that Miss West was aware of the risks and posed for him anyway.
He said: 'I explained all this to my model, so she was completely aware.'


Naked ambition: Zoe West said she was aware getting arrested may have been one of the risks when she was bodypainted in Times Square
Naked ambition: Zoe West said she was aware getting arrested may have been one of the risks when she was bodypainted in Times Square

Guy Jet Skis Through Streets of New York During Hurricane Irene

By Jerry Stone From http://dsc.discovery.com/


Guy Jet Skis During Hurricane
Screen Grab via YouTube

While Hurricane Irene was a bit more flaccid than all the hype surrounding it, I am pretty sure this was not on any hurricane preparedness checklist. But maybe it should be?

Mr516Rockstar from YouTube is zooming down Lawson Street in Oceanside, New York. You can see him zip past a 7-11 and a Dunkin’ Donuts. He wasn’t the only one taking to the streets in such a manner. Reuters reported that Lido Beach even had a few kayakers. Canoes were also a popular choice.
Follow me @jerryjamesstone or friend me on Facebook.

Dunkin' Donuts Oceanside

Jay-Z - Refuses to acknowledge Chris Brown at the VMA's

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Don't forget Jay-Z might be married to Beyonce with a  child on the way, but He OWNS RIHANNA!!

Friends are like BOOBS

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From http://www.geekfill.com/

Landscape Photography That Define Brilliance

From: http://www.viralblender.com/

To sit in the shade on a fine day, and look upon verdure is the most perfect refreshment. Earlier, we shared a collection of some of the most amazing landscape shots and it was loved and liked by everyone. Presenting part two of that series (landscape/nature photography), hopefully you’ll like these as well.


Silent Morning by Andre Arment

Cherry Trees by Matjaz Cater

Fresh Start by Dough Roane

Rising Shadow by Karsten Wrobel

Season Change by John Parminter

Two Autumns by Mikhail Trakhtenberg

Loch Linnhe by John Parminter

The beauty of Spring by Lazy Vlad

Path to Wonder by Dan Ballard Photography

Sunrise by Matjaz Cater

Los Cuernos del Paine by Ian Plant

Mid Summer by Raymó

Curtains In The Fog by Miles Morgan

On The Field's Appeal by Pawel Kucharski

Painting Of Nature by Hardibudi

With Ash From The Volcano by Raymó

Autumn Sunrise by Gary McParland

Atomic Cloud by Hendrik Tio

Warm Morning by Marius Grozea

6AM by Artur Magdziarz

Hot Air Balloons by Martin Sojka

Shocking Bondi by Timothy Poulton

Forever Dreaming by Marc Adamus

Follow The Flow by PhotoNook

The View by Photonook

Forever by Dorin Bofan

Volcano Down by Karsten Wrobel

A Day on The Top of Mount Titlis by Evan Pratama Ludirdja

Morning Road by Indra Supriadi

Born In Krakatau by Nico Fredia

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