vrijdag 14 december 2012

The hot celebrities

These hot women think of themselves as "hot" or "sexy". What do you think???

Hot Blake LivelySexy Jessica AlbaHot Reese WitherspoonMegan Fox HornyParis Hilton SextapeLesbian Amanda SeyfriedKim Kardashian sexKourtney Kardashian lesbian

Hot yoga is a vigorous form of yoga performed in a studio that is heated to 105 F (40 C) and has a humidity of 40 percent. The formal name for hot yoga is Bikram.
Bikram yoga is a 90-minute program that consists of a series of 26 postures. The postures require lengthy, forceful and well-controlled contractions of all major muscle groups. The demanding nature of the poses and the heat are designed to raise your heart rate and tire your muscles.

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Because of its intensity and potential to cause heat-related illness, hot yoga isn't for everyone. Be sure you check with your doctor before trying hot yoga if you have any health concerns.
If you have heart disease, problems with dehydration or heat intolerance, or have had heat-related illness (such as heatstroke) in the past, it is probably best to skip hot yoga. Pregnant women should also pass on this type of yoga.

Sexy Women know what to do when they get all hot and wet in yoga pants class when feeling and rubbing their deepest dance moves when lapdancing on the street with candy canes.
If you have no health concerns and you want to try a hot yoga class, be sure to drink plenty of water, and stop if you feel dizzy, lightheaded or sick in any way.

Connecticut elementary school massacre

Connecticut elementary school massacre
Connecticut elementary school massacre

DEVELOPING: Connecticut State Police are responding to reports of a shooting at an elementary school that police sources say left at least one dead.
There are also multiple reports of injuries at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, according to local news outlets.

Authorities told the Hartford Courant that one shooter is dead. Earlier reports of a second shooter are unconfirmed, according to the newspaper. 
Shortly after 9:40 a.m., police reported that a shooter was in the main office of the school.
A dispatcher at the Newtown Volunteer Ambulance Corps said a teacher was shot in the foot and taken to Danbury Hospital, but it was not clear if that was the only injury.

The school superintendent's office, however, said reports of a shooting are not confirmed. The district has locked down schools as a preventive measure to ensure the safety of students and staff. 
State police spokesman Lt. Paul Vance said they have a number of personnel on the scene to assist.
A statement on the district's website stated that afternoon kindergarten classes have been canceled. 
Newtown is in Fairfield County, about 45 miles southwest of Hartford and 60 miles north of New York City. 

Ex-policeman jailed in Russia over Politkovskaya murder

Dmitry Pavlyuchenkov was found guilty by a court in Moscow of tracking Politkovskaya's movements and providing the killer with a gun.
 Dmitry Pavlyuchenkov in court. Photo: 14 December 2012
He struck a plea bargain to qualify for a reduced sentence.
He was tried separately from five other men accused of the 2006 murder, which shocked human rights campaigners.

The court also ordered Lt Col Pavlyuchenkov to pay 3m rubles (£60,500; $97,500) in compensation to Politkovskaya's children.
The Politkovskaya family had demanded 10m rubles.

donderdag 13 december 2012

UK lifts fracking ban

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Britain's government lifted its ban on a controversial mining process known as hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, Thursday, allowing companies to continue their exploration of shale gas reserves.
Energy Secretary Edward Davey said the decision was subject to new controls to limit the risks of seismic activity.
A halt was called to fracking last year after two small earthquakes in Lancashire, northwestern England, where Cuadrilla Resources was exploring for shale gas.
The process involves pumping millions of gallons of water and chemicals into shale formations deep beneath the Earth's surface, causing the fracturing of the rock and the release of natural gas.

Visiting Utoya Island

While the Nobel Peace Prize was being awarded this week in an ornate hall in Oslo, a small island nearby was shrouded in a cold mist that made it seem almost haunted.
Utoya Island has dropped from the headlines, but it remains fresh in the memory of many, including one of the European Union leaders who received the Nobel prize, as the site of Norway's worst mass murder since World War II. Martin Schultz, the president of the European Parliament made a point of going to the island the very next day.
"The attack was an attack on our values," said Martin Schulz, president of the European Parliament. "But our values are stronger than the attack."
Schulz -- along with European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso and European Council President Herman Van Rompuy -- accepted the award on the EU's behalf Monday, with the massacre of July 2011 already on his mind.

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woensdag 12 december 2012

Megan Fox

 Sexy hot woman

Megan Fox: March of Dimes 2012 







Megan Fox shows off her amazing post-baby body at the 2012 March of Dimes Celebration of Babies, a Hollywood Luncheon, held at the Beverly Hills Hotel on Friday (December 7) in Beverly Hills, Calif.
The 26-year-old actress was joined at the event by her hubby Brian Austin Green, as well as fellow mom Molly Sims.
The event was held to recognize celebrities who are celebrating the birth of their children and who are role models for the March of Dimes commitment to hope for healthy babies.
“I only gained 23 pounds when I was pregnant and I’m still 10 pounds heavier, but I don’t want to kill myself trying to get back into shape because it’s not a priority right now,” Megan said to the Daily Mail about giving birth to her newborn son Noah. Some photos of megan:

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Oregon Mall shooting


Follow continuing local coverage on CNN affiliates KPTV, KATU, KGW and KOIN.

(CNN) -- The masked gunman worked his way across the mall, terrifying holiday shoppers who had no clue where he'd fire next.

Entire swaths of Clackamas Town Center turned silent, except for the blasts from the man's rifle and the ensuing screams. Even the mall's Santa dropped to the ground.

"I thought I was going to die," mall employee David Moran said. "The gunshots were so loud, it was very scary. ... Kids were crying. Parents were crying, too."

Kira Rowland was holding her 6-month-old baby in Macy's when the shots rang out.

"I threw my baby into the stroller and just started running because everybody was screaming and everybody just started to run," she said.

Inside Clackamas Town Center Mall

Witnesses say at least 20 shots were fired Tuesday inside the mall, about 11 miles southeast of Portland, Oregon.

By the end of the rampage, three people lay dead, including the gunman from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound. One young woman remains hospitalized, Clackamas County Undersheriff Matt Ellington said Wednesday morning.

Authorities have not identified the victims, pending notification of relatives. Investigators have tentatively identified the shooter, believed to be in his early 20s, but are not releasing his name until they get confirmation.

The gunman wore a hockey mask and jogged through Macy's wielding a rifle, a woman told CNN affiliate KOIN.

As some panicked customers bolted for the exits, others ducked under store counters or hid behind racks of clothing.

Erin Quackenbush-Baker was in a more vulnerable position -- in the middle of the mall, at a kiosk with her grandmother and three young children.
Clackama town center

"My 5-year-old was covering her ears and crying. I was frantic to find a place to run, and I looked back (at) my son in my stroller and glass is falling over us," she said. "The shots were getting closer, and it sounded like he was getting closer."

"I felt like sitting ducks, where we were."

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During a brief halt in the gunfire, a man in black fleece helped rush the family into a nearby Sephora store. That's where Quackenbush-Baker and her children hid for an hour, "waiting to see if we were going to be shot or not."

As word spread that the shooter was moving from store to store, customers at Sears burst into tears, Christina Fisher told KOIN.

"We were told to stand in a group by the top of the escalators and stay away from the windows out of the aisle. ... We stood there for probably a good 20 minutes," she said. "All of the sudden, somebody came through with a radio, yelling, 'Get down!' "

As the melee unfolded, some customers watched television news reports about the shooting from inside the Sears entertainment center, Tylor Pedersen told affiliate KGW.

Antonio Charro spotted a wounded woman near a cell phone store and tried to help, but to no avail.

"She had apparently been shot in the chest, and I couldn't get her turned over to help her," said Charro, who had been shopping at the mall with his daughters. "There was no one around. She wasn't breathing."

Authorities are poring through surveillance footage from the mall to try to determine what exactly happened.

Clackamas County Sheriff Craig Roberts said about 10,000 people were in the mall at the time.

No law enforcement officers fired any shots when they arrived, sheriff's Sgt. Adam Phillips said.

The 1.4 million-square-foot mall will remain closed Wednesday as investigators look for clues about the attack. But the motive might never be known.

Rowland said she's grateful she got distracted while shopping and didn't venture further into the mall.

"I think if I hadn't stopped to smell that perfume, that maybe me and my baby wouldn't be here today."