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Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Video (NSFW) : Topless tobogganing – forget about Dennis Rodmans's topless basketball!

Dennis Rodman
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I'm sure by now you have heard all about Dennis Rodman's wacky idea to start a topless women's basketball league. If not, here's the quick and dirty details. Rodman told the New York Post about his idea to start the basketball league along with the Headquarters Gentlemen’s Club, which bills itself as the best strip club in New York.  Rodman calls the club “mammary mecca.”

Rodman told the Post:
 "Team members will wear shorts, skimpy shirts and sneakers during games. ‘They’ll come out in a T-shirt or a tank top, but when the game starts, they’ll go topless." 
 Enough said about that. 

What Rodman should realize is the the Europeans, specifically the Germans, are way ahead of him. In this video, shot in the Harz mountains of Germany, 30 topless tobogganers brave the cold and snow.

Have a look at what real athlete look like:

Topless tobogganing by nocommenttv
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New Steve Jobs action figure to be released

In Icons, is releasing a very realistic Steve Jobs action figure "to honor the American icon and great visionary Steve Jobs." The $99 figure is 12" tall, 1:6 scale and has Jobs dressed in his traditional black turtleneck and blue jeans. The company points out that the figure has "piercing eyes of soul that will always remind you to stay hungry, stay foolish and to follow your heart in the limited life." The figure will be available in February.

Let's not forget what happened last time a company attempted to sell a Jobs action figure. M.I.C. Gadget tried in November 2010 to sell a Steve Jobs action figure. Apple said no, no and slapped them with a cease-and-desist order. M.I.C. tried it again in 2011. This time they appear to have taken the left over Jobs action figures put a Ninja mask on and renamed it Pineapple CEO. Apple was not amused and hit them again with a cease-and-desist order.

Let's hope In Icons has better luck with their figure.

In Icons ultra realistic Steve Jobs action figure

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