Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Miley Cyrus Pole Dances, Kinda...

OMG, why do I feel the same way I did 2 years ago when I saw Hilary Duff on the cover of Maxim Magazine? Not only did she booty pop, rock her hips, dropped it like it like it was hot on the pole, I can see parts of Miley's bra, AND ITS SEE-THROUGH!!! Not only are people talking about her risque performance at last nights Teen Choice Awards, her red carpet attire got a lot of attention too! I have officially seen too much this year! And I have to keep reminding myself that this chick is only 16. You can watch the full award show here.
PS; I'm kinda digging her vocals on this song.

Louis Vuitton: Art, Fashion and Architecture

We Were Once A Fairy Tale

Directer Spike Jonze has once again teamed up with Kanye West for a short film entitled "We Were Once A Fairy Tale". Details are few and sketchy, but the film is supposedly going to be available on iTunes September 8th. Hopefully the film is based on Kanye's "See You In My Nightmares" of witch it gets its title.
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Nike SB 7-Ply Blazer Customs by Brad Douglas

Evoking thoughts of various skateboard/skatedeck inspired releases from Nike SB in the past including a rendition by Michael Lau, Brad Douglas raises the bar to another level with his “7-Ply” Blazer customs. The detailed lasered wood grain leather also includes various grip tape hits throughout as well as truck hardware on the heel.

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Chris Boardman’s Theft-proof & Puncture-free Bicycle

Olympic cyclist Chris Boardman shows off his unique bike design which he not only says will be common in 20 years but is also theft-proof and features puncture-free tires. The futuristic-looking creation boasts a complete carbon fiber body with a built-in locking anti-theft mechanism which can only be activated by the touch of the bike owner’s fingerprints. Addition features include a calorie monitoring system, battery-powered assistance, and aforementioned puncture-free tires that have the ability to self-inflate. “It could be built now if there was a will. All the technologies are already there, it’s just that nobody’s put them all together before,” Boardman says.
I think I want to become a bicycle connoisseur.
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