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Sunday, February 28






What Next...Orange Crush

On the Cute Guy

That looks capable of screwing up my life in a weekend.



What Next...Orange Crush

On the Hot Guy

In love again and I mean it this time.





What Next...Orange Crush

On the Handsome Guy

My new crush for the next 12 hours or so.





What Next...Orange Crush

On Jesus

In headphones. I understand Madonna has helped her model/boyfriend obtain a recording contract.

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What Next...Books

Biography Vampire Mash-Up

Seth Grahame-Smith has created a whole niche for himself with mash-ups. This author previously wrote
Pride & Prejudice and Zombies which is going to become a movie starring Natalie Portman. Now Abe Lincoln the vampire hunter will be available in March.

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What Next...BBC

To Produce Atlantis

The BBC is planning a movie to tell the story of the ancient cataclysm that's believed to be the basis for the Atlantis legend. Atlantis will "tell the dramatic story of the greatest natural disaster to shake the ancient world, a disaster that triggered the downfall of a civilisation and spawned a legend." The film will be made using the same techniques as Zack Snyder's Spartan war epic 300 and will be accompanied by a documentary looking at the historical evidence. No transmission dates have yet been announced."

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Look what the cat dragged in.
Info & source.

Sunday Noon Retro Tune





What Next...Entertainment

25 Groovy 60s Movies

Read a list of films to see from one of my favorite decades of movie-making.

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What Next...Books

Instructions

This Neil Gaiman illustrated book is about the rules to follow and how to get around if you happen to be in a fairytale world.

Available in April.

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Saturday, February 27


Rafa appears in the Shakira video Gypsy.





What Next...Orange Crush

On the Really Hot Guy

Search 'hot' in Wikipedia and his picture will be there.





What Next...Orange Crush

On the Random Hot Guy

Another day, another sexy dude.





What Next...Orange Crush

On the Blue-Eyed Guy

Enchanted to meet you I am sure.


What Next...Orange Crush

On the Guy in Buenos Aires

One of the first sights E & I saw on our first day.
It was really hot that day.



What Next...Photography

Miniatures?

These are photos treated with Tilt-Shift.

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Audio Rx prescribed by Seduced by the New...

What Next...Graphs

Year of the App

Graphic sweetness.

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Friday, February 26






What Next...Orange Crush


On the Hot Guy

His nipples are so distracting.





What Next...Orange Crush

On the Hot Guy

In a black sunga.




What Next...Photoshop Abs

Not Lautner's Abs?

We have been bamboozled!

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What Next...Music


Superfast Jellyfish

From the Gorillaz pending album.

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What Next...Print


Esquire UK

I like this Scrabble article from a current UK Esquire.

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What Next...Print

Esquire Zine

I am guessing this will be in February issue of Esquire UK.

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What Next...Illustrations

The Huntress

I love this DC Universe character, especially as she was portrayed in The Bronze Age
of DC Comics. Huntress was Helena Wayne, the daughter of the Batman and Catwoman of Earth-Two, an alternate universe established in the early 1960s.

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What Next...Obsessorizing

Wood Glasses

Awesome!

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What Next...Print

Wired Magazine

Last month's issue included an article on high-speed rail travel proposed for the United States.
I love 'romance' of train travel. I have been across Canada, the West Coast and in Italy by train.
As a kid I always wanted to travel on the Orient Express.

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What Next...Obsessorizing

Grey

I am loving all of this except for the shorts.


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Morning Commute

A handsome dude driving a hot Maserati.

Visit: www.rob021c.blogspot.com

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What Next...Robots

Project M

"NASA can put humanoids on the Moon in just 1000 days. They would be controlled by scientists on Earth using motion capture suits, giving them the feeling of being on the lunar surface."

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What Next...Retro-Future


Concept Homes

These are very cool to me.

What Next...Books

Graphic Novel Forty-Five

Andi Ewington’s Forty-Five is composed of fictional interviews with 45 different superheroes, conducted by a journalist exploring the line between normals and meta-humans.Link via Wired

American Idol - almost 4 hours and 22 contestants later,
finally someone to latch on to.

Thursday, February 25






What Next...Orange Crush


On the Handsome Guy

XOX





What Next...Orange Crush


On the Hot Geek

In red glasses.





What Next...Orange Crush

On the Hot Guy

In red.

What Next...Comics


Nemesis: The Imposter

"For Thomas Andrew Tresser, aka Nemesis, the world of metahuman espionage is never what it seems. After his recent "reeducation" at the hands of the Global Peace Agency, Nemesis finds himself thrust back into the real world with enemies seemingly around every corner. Tasked with uncovering the truth about his mission and the true identities of those hoping to unleash a great evil on the world."

Available March 3

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What Next...Illustrations

Ladies of DC

Black Canary, Mary Marvel, Supergirl, Lois Lane & Hawkgirl by Dick Giordano.

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What Next...Illustrations

Batwoman

So cute.

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What Next...InterWebz


Paperless Post

A new site that allows you to create and send customized online invitations.

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Contributed by Erica G.





What Next...Illustrations


Marseille Poster

From eBoy.

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What Next...Street Art


Subway Map Heroes

"An “artist” in Soho who shall remain nameless has found a good use for NYC subway maps."

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What Next...Artists


Mel Ramos

Ramos was among the artists that defined pop art in the 1960s. Mel's work includes a lot of pin-up art and referneces to DC Universe characters.

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What Next...MegaCorps

Toyota vs. Toyoda

"The company started by Toyoda's grandfather did indeed have his name -- Tokyo Toyoda Motor Sales -- until 1936, when a stroke of the brush changed it to Toyota.

Writing "Toyoda" in Japanese requires 10 brush strokes, explains John R. Malott, president of the Japan-America Society of Washington DC, but writing "Toyota" requires eight.

While "8" is considered an auspicious number, "10" is not, said Malott, who visited with the company during his years as a State Department official. "Ten" consists of two strokes crossed against each other and resembles the "plus" symbol, or even a crossroads or an uncertain path. Not a good omen for a company."

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Contributed by Eric

Wednesday, February 24






What Next...Orange Crush


On the Hot Guy

Seduced again.