Long time Model, and frequent LMDB Model Fallon has been over seas wowing the Asia crowds. It looks like we're the first to grab her for the first sit down, before the others could, and boy does she have a story to tell.
About LMDB*STUDIOS. Although 8.9 million people know of their work since 2007. they've only been shooting professionally for 5 and a half years. Their port is growing like craaaaaazy, and already had work displayed by Maxim Magazine, Copied by Playboy, and tons of other mags! They seem like to see how far they can help get these models in the biz. by not only shooting them, but promoting the hell outta them. By posting their shoots to get the most views. So far by displaying work everywhere. It has gotten models on TV, Mags, and lots of other projects. shoots with LMDB are very laid back, which in turn makes the model more relaxed. They feel you get the best results this way. Even nudes that they do are taken in an effort to keep the shot as classy as possible unless specified otherwise by the model. They have the use of one of the largest studio in PA, and also do a lot of smaller shots at other locations. Feel free to contact them thru our Instagram. They'd love to hear from you.
If you missed the most exciting Super Bowl in history. Heres the break down. Play by play you see how a dynasty was dismantled, and a new one was born.
No man or woman on earth has watched a porn without asking the following question: “is that actually real?” One question that comes up time and time again? How male performers stay hard for what seems like hours at a time. That’s why we went to the Adult Entertainment Expo (AEE) in Las Vegas to talk to some porn stars to find out what really happens to dicks on camera.
Veteran porn star Peter North says staying hard is a challenge that most male porn stars will confront at some point in their career. "Everyone thinks it would be so easy to stay hard on set and it’s not easy at all," he says.
“Taking Cialis or Viagra at the correct doses are appropriate in somemedical conditions,” says Dr. Krychman, “But long-term studies are certainly lacking. Documented adverse effects of certain medications include: changes in vision or sudden vision loss, ringing in your ears, or sudden hearing loss, chest pain or heavy feeling, pain spreading to the arm or shoulder, nausea, sweating, general ill feeling, and irregular heartbeat.”
But short of putting a shot directly into their dicks, what do porn stars do to maintain an erection on set?
Aaron Thompson, better known by his pseudonym, Small Hands, says that every porn star is different, but his own secret comes down to fitness.
“I can't stress this enough, as I came from a hard-partying touring band background before porn, and saw the positive changes in my libido as I made healthier choices in my lifestyle,” says Thompson. “I'm on the Paleo Diet, I work out every single day, and I don't party nearly as hard as I used to. I drink a ton of water. And I go to bed early the night before I have to perform. Real wild rock and roll stuff.”
Leading the pack for our picks for movies to see in 2018 is Black Panther.
T’Challa may soon rule more than Wakanda. Black Panther is Marvel’s most anticipated movie yet, based on pre-sales at the US ticket-buying site Fandango.
Tickets for the movie, which went on sale Monday night, sold more in the first 24 hours on Fandango than any other Marvel movie, Fandango said in a release. The movie was also the top ticket-seller of the day, beating out current releases like Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle and Star Wars: The Last Jedi. The company did not say how many tickets sold. Black Panther hits US theaters on Feb. 16.
T’Challa, played by Chadwick Boseman, is the Black Panther, the ruler of the fictional African nation of Wakanda. The character was introduced to the Marvel Cinematic Universe in 2016’s Captain America: Civil War, where he was in the early stages of taking up the mantle of the Black Panther from his father, T’Chaka, the late king. The comic-book character on which he’s based was the first mainstream superhero of African descent, and fans are eager to see how he’ll be portrayed in his own film. It’s being helmed by Fruitvale Station-director Ryan Coogler, and has an all-star cast including Michael B. Jordan, Get Out‘s Daniel Kaluuya, and Lupita Nyong’o, who apparently couldn’t get tickets to her own movie because it sold out so quickly.
After what seemed like the longest 12 months ever, 2017 is behind us and 2018 is officially here. You've probably still got many of the best games of 2017 piled up in your backlog, but we always seem to find a way to be perpetually hyped for the next big thing. With that in mind, these are the hottest games on the near horizon, from big-name AAA sequels to inventive indies and everything in between. Many of these games will be here before you know it - but we've also taken the liberty of including titles that likely await in 2019 or beyond, because we can't not think about them. Let the eager anticipation commence!
Dragon Ball FighterZ
Platform(s): PS4, Xbox One, PC
Release date: January 26, 2018
Previous Dragon Ball Z games have certainly found their fans, but this 2.5D, 3v3 team fighter from Arc System Works (makers of the legendary Guilty Gear series) looks like it's going to finally tap into the mainstream's powerful DBZ nostalgia. Using the same ingenious, gorgeous art style as Guilty Gear Xrd, Dragon Ball FighterZ's bold, bright 3D models look like they jumped straight out of the anime, courtesy of some clever lighting techniques - and even better, almost every attack animation is a reference to the manga and anime source material. Being able to unite Goku, Vegeta, and Cell on a single team, chaining flashy supers and assists together, looks like the realization of the secret dream we've all been having ever since Marvel vs. Capcom 2.
Platform(s): PS4, Xbox One, PC
Release date: January 26, 2018
This marks the new era for Capcom's beloved, long-running action series, as Monster Hunter: World trades handheld portability for exceedingly shiny graphics, refreshing the co-op, third-person hunts for the modern market. This new Monster Hunter has you pursuing some very big game - think dinosaurs and dragons - as you lurk through tropical jungles and conceal your approach using foliage-based camouflage. It's all in the name of fancier armor and outlandishly large weaponry, and a new grappling hook should add a new layer to the series' hard-to-master movement and attack options.
Dynasty Warriors 9
Platform(s): PS4, Xbox One, PC
Release date: February 13, 2018
If you're like me, you loved the mindless beat-'em-up action of the early Dynasty Warriors games, then slowly lost interest over time as sequel after sequel seemed to rehash the same well-trodden Three Kingdoms ground. But Dynasty Warriors 9 looks like a great reason for lapsed fans like me to pay attention and relive those one-warrior-army glory days. The biggest innovation here is the shift to free-roaming in a fully open world, where your soldier of choice seeks out enemy forces across an expansive virtual China. You can also opt to sneak up on troops for a stealthy approach rather than charging at them head-on. Those changes and more - like day-night and weather cycles that affect the AI’s vision - could Dynasty Warriors 9 a potential series reinvention on the same level as something like Metal Gear Solid 5.
These voice assistants want to be on the go with you, plugging into smart glasses, smart earbuds and even smart toilets.
At one section of Google's giant outdoor booth at CES was an impromptu, carney-style one-man show, with a guy wearing dark sunglasses and a white Google Assistant jumpsuit loudly and enthusiastically giving away free electronics one by one to a snaking line of gawking tech-show goers.
"He got a Google Home Mini! Let's get a picture, boss!" he yelled out as I walked by on Thursday.
"Google's even giving out smart lights!" he told the crowd. "I didn't even know lights could be smart! Congratulations, dude!"
This one booth bro embodied Google's efforts at CES 2018, with the search giant making a rare and splashy appearance at the world's largest tech show. The company was working to drum up attention for its Google Assistant voice helper as it tries to catch up to Amazon's Alexa, the dominant force in voice-controlled smart speakers.
That blow-for-blow fight between Amazon and Google highlights the tech industry's expectation that voice assistants will play a much bigger role in your digital life this year. Executives from both companies at CES talked about bringing their voice assistants to many more places like cars, earbuds and office meeting rooms, so your voice assistant can seamlessly be available to you anytime and anywhere -- apparently even on the toilet.
Attorneys general from 22 states are among those suing the FCC, which voted to gut rules protecting the open internet.
The first lawsuits to overturn the Federal Communications Commission's rollback of Obama-era net neutrality rules have been filed.
Attorneys general from 22 states filed a lawsuit on Tuesday to block the repeal of the rules. Mozilla, maker of the Firefox browser, also said it has filed a suit against the FCC, and several public interest groups have filed petitions in court.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is leading the charge among the states, calling the FCC's repeal "arbitrary and capricious," according to a press release announcing the lawsuit. The suit also claims that the FCC "improperly and unlawfully includes sweeping preemption of state and local laws."
"The repeal of net neutrality would turn internet service providers into gatekeepers — allowing them to put profits over consumers while controlling what we see, what we do, and what we say online," Schneiderman said in a statement.
The lawsuits and petitions, which were filed in the US District Court of Appeals in Washington, are the first to be submitted in defense of the 2015 rules, which were designed to ensure broadband companies can't block or slow down access to the internet and can't charge companies a fee to reach customers faster. The FCC voted 3-2 to dismantle the rules in December, saying that the regulation adopted had stifled investment in broadband networks.
Lawsuits challenging the FCC's move weren't expected until after the order was published in the Federal Register, which hasn't happened yet. But parties filing the suits said it's unclear under federal law if their petitions should be filed earlier. To be safe, they started filing their cases today.
"The FCC decision made it clear that suits should be filed 10 days after it is published in the Federal Register, which has not yet occurred," Denelle Dixon, Mozilla's chief legal and business officer, said in a blog post. "However, federal law is more ambiguous."
So the holidays are over, and your New Years hangover has finally went away. The weather has GOTTA break soon, and we want you to be ready. The road is calling. Are you ready to ride or die? This time we won't be looking at cruisers, be never the less. These picks has some kick to them.
In many parts of the county, a chill in the air might mean it's time to hang up the riding gear for the season. But we say it's also a great time to shop for the latest bikes. The industry is cranking out plenty of smaller, less expensive bikes these days, and seriously great deals are abundant on many of the newest and coolest models.
Here are some of the latest two-wheelers that are not only great to ride but pack plenty of value, too.
Base Price: $10,995 http://www.zeromotorcycles.com/gallery/
Zero has come a long way since we rode the company's very first prototype back in 2008. But what hasn't changed is that batteries are expensive. The good news is that if you have a relatively modest commute, Zero's least expensive street bike might fit the bill. The Zero S ZF7.2 uses a new 7.2 kWh battery pack that provides a maximum range of 89 miles or about half that amount at a steady 70 mph.
The Zero S can be optioned with packs as large as 16.6 kWh. But a smaller battery pack means there's less weight to slog around, and on a motorcycle, that makes a big difference. This model checks in at just over 300 pounds. That's very light, almost 140 pounds less than the Zero S model with the largest battery pack. And Zero is quick to point out that the space that isn't used for that larger pack on this bike is simply storage. And because this is an EV, you crank the throttle and thrust happens immediately.
The Zero S is a relatively quick charger, too. The battery can be at 95 percent capacity in just over 4 hours with a standard charger or about an hour with the maximum accessory charger.
Base Price: $11,995
The R Nine T lineup of retro-styled roadsters is arguably the most desirable bikes in the BMW line. They are all just dripping with cool. But the trouble is, these sweet-looking and sweet-riding standards are expensive. Well BMW finally has a lower price model that saves thousands and retains most of the good stuff.
Of course, between the frame rails sits the same 110 hp horizontally-opposed twin with sounds and vibrations that echo the design of the bike—pure '70s and '80s BMW. What's missing is the expensive Ohlins suspension, big brakes, and some brightwork. Oh, and the only color available is Catalano Grey. But none of that detracts from the experience. For the cost savings of nearly four grand—we won't miss that stuff.
That said, the Pure uses rather common-looking aluminum alloy wheels. If you want those gorgeous cross spoke wheels on the original R Nine T, it will cost you about $500.
Base Price: $11,500
Since Polaris acquired the classic Indian brand back in 2011, the company has been a hit, and maybe the most universally loved revival bike of that brand is the Scout. But now that Polaris has closed its progressively-styled muscle cruiser brand Victory—Indian is free to become a little more edgy. And the most progressive bike yet is the new Scout Bobber.
Indian chopped the fenders, lowered the suspension by an inch or so, pulled the foot pegs closer to the rider and installed flatter handle bars, all to give the Scout and meaner and sportier look. The almost-knobby tires really give this machine a rebellious look, as do those dual cannon-style exhaust pipes that extend nearly to the end of the rear tire. The whole vibe is very aggressive and very stylish.
The Scout's V-Twin is largely unchanged and develops a solid 100 hp. The Bobber's standard color is black and other hues, as well as ABS brakes are available as extra-cost options. But what you get for the base price is a bike that has simply excellent detailing like the ingot-like tank badging, drop down mirrors, and a beautiful leather seat.
Base Price: $4,865
Suzuki might be one of the last to the entry-level small displacement sportbike scene, but its new GSX250R certainly one to consider. The design is a bit of a mashup of Suzuki bikes from the Katana heritage to the current ultra-performance GSX-Rs—and that's no bad thing. The 248cc parallel twin has been revised from its days in the old GW250 with fresh internals and a new EFI on top. The result is an engine that's cleaner, more efficient, and willing to rev a bit more. Rev it hard, and you'll have just under 25 hp pushing you down the road. That may not sound like much but its within 1 hp of the best in the class.
The great thing about these smaller bikes, besides the low price and exemplary (70 mpg) fuel economy, is that they are easy to ride, and that's the case here, too. And thanks to the low 31.1-inch seat height, nearly any novice can swing a leg over a GSX250R and feel comfortable.
As an added bonus, the four-gallon tank means this bike can comfortable cruise up to 280 miles between fill-ups. That means this bike could take you from LA to Vegas and back for less than $25.
Base Price: $7,000
The Z650 is really a sportbike in disguise because it shares the same basic parallel twin engine as well as a chassis with the Ninja 650. The 400-pound machine has strong midrange thrust, which is just as helpful on a backroad as it is on a downtown commute. The light lever feel and standard slipper clutch means that downshifts will be smoother without the fear of over-revving the engine or partially locking up the rear tire. Those of smaller stature could use the Z650 as a daily rider since the low 30.9-inch seat height means it's easy to handle. In terms of style, we dig this bike's forward-looking design as well as the contrasting Kawasaki green paint on the frame rails—a very cool touch.
The NBA is radically changing the way the All-Star Game is played this year, with captains LeBron James and Stephen Curry picking teams playground-style. What are the rules, when will it happen and how will it work? Here's a simple FAQ to explain how this will unfold.
Q: Who gets the first pick?
A: James had the most votes among fans, so he will get the first pick. He must choose among the eight other starters who were voted into the game. Other than James and Curry, the starters are: Kyrie Irving, DeMar DeRozan, Giannis Antetokounmpo, Joel Embiid, James Harden, Kevin Durant, Anthony Davisand DeMarcus Cousins. All the starters must be taken before the reserves are picked. So these eight guys will be the first picks.
Q: What about the reserves?
A: Curry gets to pick first among them and James follows, until each has picked seven. In other words, Curry will get pick No. 8 for the last starter and No. 9 for the first reserve, while James will get picks No. 7 and No. 10.
A: Technically, James gets the final pick in the All-Star draft, but effectively, Curry will decide whom James gets at No. 22 because he will take pick No. 21, leaving James with the final player..
Catch up on the "Draft Rules" at ESPN.com
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