Buitenlandse Blogs – 9

Blogoverzicht Buitenlandse Blogs

Op deze pagina vind je een overzicht van de bekende en minder bekende Buitenlandse Blogs waaronder Guys Gab, Babes en Stuff, Bright Side, Nerd Ninja, Deadfix, The Art of Manliness, Wired UK, Architectural Digest, Atlas Obscura, Ruin my Week, Van Life Wanderer,  Defence blog en Engrish.com. Het merendeel van de Blogs is in het Engels, maar je komt op de blogpagina overzichten ook Duitse, Zweedse of anderstalige blogs tegen.

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    Guys Gab

  • Rack Attack: 10/25/21 – 11/01/21
    Welcome to the Rack Attack! Every Monday, we start your week off right with two sexy babes with giants boobs that you just want to motorboat, and you guys get to vote on which stacked rack you prefer. The winner moves on to next week to face off against another... Read more »
  • How To Choose The Right Lamp To Improve Lighting In A Garage or Warehouse?
    No matter how you use your garage, whether it’s a warehouse or an auto shop, you’ll need the right lighting. It’s something that people often don’t think about, but it’s very important. That said, here are some key tips to consider before making a decision on which lighting solution is... Read more »
  • Loose Skin After Weight Loss? Here’s What You Can Do About It
    You’ve done so well on your fitness journey. You’ve lost some of the weight that you’ve wanted to drop, and you’re happy with the results that you see in the mirror — but with one exception. Your skin is looser than usual in some areas. It sags and puckers, and... Read more »
  • Top Tips On How To Hire Trusted Personal Injury Firm
    You shouldn’t hire just any personal injury firm. Not all firms are the same, and certain things should be taken into consideration when choosing an attorney to represent you. These tips will help make sure you hire a trusted firm that will protect your rights and interests throughout this difficult... Read more »
  • 4 NFL Teams Checking All The Boxes As Betting Favorites Right Now
    The 2021 NFL season is well underway and already football fans around the land have gotten a taste of what they can expect moving forward throughout the year and into 2022. With 7 weeks of the regular season schedule already behind us, NFL stats pundits have already taken notice of... Read more »
  • How To Make Your Dating Profile Safe
    Back in the day, there was quite a stigma around online dating. But these days, dating sites and apps are pretty much the norm, with singles actively swiping with the hopes of matching with that special someone. But you’ve got to be mindful of catfish and scammers who are out... Read more »
  • How To Support A Loved One Suffering From Serious Injuries After An Accident
    It can be a difficult path to recover from serious injuries, and it’s natural for a loved one to feel overwhelmed and unsure of how they should react or what they should do after an accident. In this article, we will provide some tips on how to best support someone... Read more »
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    Babes And Stuff

  • Big tits in t-shirts
    The most tempting is what is hidden, and if this thing is big firm tits in tight-fitting t-shirts, that excitement reach the zenith! We give you dozens of girls in […]... Read more »
  • The Possession – Official Trailer
    Trailer of the latest horror film, directed by Sam Raimi – the creator of such hits as “Evil Dead” and the series “Spiderman.” This time the movie is about a […]... Read more »
  • Baywatch babes – then and now
    Girls appearing in “Baywatch” was a real sex symbol when the series premiered on television. Unfortunately, time is inexorable and not very kindly treats even with stars such as Pamela […]... Read more »
  • Pets and their babies
    We all have a soft spot for babies, kittens, puppies and other small creatures. Look how cute they look in the company of their parents. Originally posted on 17 August […]... Read more »
  • 9th version of “We love Russia”
    The Russians probably never cease to surprise us with their ideas and behavior. Is it on the road or spending leisure time or at home – you can always count […]... Read more »
  • How to spend free time in the Chinese Ikea
    When we go shopping we usually restrict ourselves to viewing and compare prices of goods, but in China it looks quite different. Quite popular in Chinese Ikea stores are hatching […]... Read more »
  • Deadfall trailer
    Here is the trailer for “Deadfall” – a new drama starring Eric Bana, Olivia Wilde, Charlie Hunnam, Sissy Spacek and Kris Kristofferson. It looks pretty interesting and atmospheric. Premiere in […]... Read more »
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    Bright Side

  • 20 Designs That Didn’t Turn Out as They Were Imagined
    A poorly thought-out design has the power to annoy us, make us feel frustrated, or awaken a sudden urge to destroy the object in question. Sometimes it’s the wrong choice of material, shape, or placement that leads to a totally non-functional product. Other times, it’s an utterly bad execution that gives the design a totally different, and sometimes ridiculous, meaning. Either way, we cannot escape... Read more »
  • 15+ Celebrities Who Changed Beyond Recognition Over the Past Decade
    Big changes don’t necessarily take long. Sometimes a person can change so much during a single decade that it feels like looking at 2 different people in their before and after photos. Caitlyn Jenner, Demi Lovato, Elliot Page, Kylie Jenner, and other celebs in our article transformed greatly over a period of 10 years or even less, and their then and now... Read more »
  • 15+ People Who Spooked Up Their Halloween Season Without Spending a Fortune
    Halloween is coming, and if you still have not decided what costume to wear or how to glow up your house, try to drop by a thrift store or a flea market. As it turns out, it’s here that you can find everything you need for a terrifyingly cool Halloween, from costumes to home decorations, for more than reasonable prices.... Read more »
  • 14 Things We Thought Lasted a Lifetime That Actually Have an Expiration Date
    It makes economic sense to use a pre-loved car seat for your baby. But even car seats have expiration dates, and it differs from brand to brand. The thing is, we usually check the best before dates only on perishable items like food, medicine, and cosmetics. It’s good to know and remember that even non-perishable items have a shelf life.... Read more »
  • 15 People Showed Us Another Side of Life That Not Everyone Has Seen
    It might seem like we’ve already seen everything, and there’s nothing else that can surprise us. Yet, we probably haven’t given much thought to what’s beneath our feet or what butterfly eggs look like. There is so much stuff that simply goes unnoticed.... Read more »
  • 15 People Whose Genetic Game Is Absolutely Smashing
    All people are 99.9% identical genetically, studies say. This 0.1% is the reason each one of us differs. However, 2 people may sometimes look so alike that it seems they have 100% identical genes. The heroes of this article shared pics of themselves and their ancestors, and looking at them, we have nothing to say but, “This can’t be real.”... Read more »
  • A Duo of Artists Create Camouflage Outfits That Can Turn Any Person Into a Chameleon
    The photographer and knitter duo create knitted camouflage looks that allow people to mingle with the most intricate scenery behind them. They can feel like chameleons, even if it’s just for a moment. In their “Invisible Jumpers” series, people unite with the environments they’re the most attached to, like a farmer and his cows, or a commuter and... Read more »
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    Nerd Ninja

  • Wonderful Renovations
    These homes were restored to their pristine, if not even better than new, state.... Read more »
  • Car Selfies
    Who needs a photographer to take amazing photos when you can be perfectly happy with a selfie?! These ladies show us the proper way.... Read more »
  • Funny Memes
    Random collection of hilarious memes.... Read more »
  • Random Pics
    Get your dose of the weird and random from the web.... Read more »
  • Funny Memes
    Random collection of hilarious memes.... Read more »
  • Random Pics
    Get your dose of the weird and random from the web.... Read more »
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    The Art of Manliness

  • The Fine Art of Forgetting
    Editor’s note: Our podcast this week on the benefits of forgetting reminded us of this excerpt — an even more philosophic take on the subject — from The Crown of Individuality (published 1909) by William George Jordan. For more WGJ, we highly recommend picking up a copy of The Secrets... Read more »
  • mp3Podcast #750: The Surprising Benefits of Forgetting
    Whenever Dr. Scott Small is at a social event and tells people what he does for a living — that he’s a memory scientist — they inevitably tell him how much they bemoan their own lapses in memory and frequent forgetfulness. But in his new book, Forgetting: The Benefits of... Read more »
  • The Rise and Fall of the Army Surplus Store
    With our archives now 3,500+ articles deep, we’ve decided to republish a classic piece each Sunday to help our newer readers discover some of the best, evergreen gems from the past. This article was originally published in October 2016. You’ve probably been to an army surplus store. They all look... Read more »
  • Sunday Firesides: Do Your Part to Revive Tired Words
    Tortilla chips made with “love.” (Though that likely isn’t among the top five emotions experienced by the worker who churns out those chips on the factory line.) Companies that refer to their employees as “family.” (Because dear kin will terminate your relationship without warning and give you fifteen minutes to... Read more »
  • The 6 Fire Lays Every Man Should Know
    Every man should know how to build a fire. But every outdoor situation requires different types of campfire lays (set-ups in the firewood), so it’s imperative to know how to make more than one kind. Here we highlight six of the most common and useful fire lays. Teepee Fire Lay... Read more »
  • mp3Podcast #749: Let the Children Play!
    In Finland, children don’t start formal schooling until age seven, aren’t subject to standardized testing, and always get at least one hour of physical activity a day, broken into 15-minute free-play breaks every hour, which take place outside no matter the weather. Finnish parents and teachers espouse mantras like, “Let... Read more »
  • Peter Drucker’s Question for Eliminating Practices That No Longer Serve You
    We’ve talked before about the power of using the principle of via negativa to improve your life. Instead of focusing on what you should start doing to make your life better, it often pays to think about what you can stop doing. It’s addition by subtraction. Some of the things... Read more »
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    Atlas Obscura

  • Lane Motor Car Museum in Nashville, Tennessee
    Between electric vehicles, driverless cars, and accident-prevention tech, the wonders of automotive invention are all around us. Of course, for every idea that worked, there are many more that failed. For all the ideas that didn’t—either for technological or commercial reasons—there’s the Lane Motor Museum. The museum opened with a... Read more »
  • Climate Change and the Dream of Growing Coffee in Sicily
    This piece was originally published in The Guardian and appears here as part of our Climate Desk collaboration. For more than 30 years the Morettino family had been trying to produce their own coffee on a small piece of land in Sicily. And for 30 years they had failed. But... Read more »
  • Australian Nurses Memorial in Melbourne, Australia
    The Australian Nurses Memorial Center is a "living memorial" to the Australian nurses who lost their lives during World War II. The organization was set up by Betty Jeffrey and Vivian Bullwinkel, two nurses who served during the war. Both Jeffrey and Bullwinkel were survivors who showed remarkable heroism through their... Read more »
  • Imprisoned Bell Tower in Mantua, Italy
    It is impossible to find this bell tower for those who don't know where to look. Between street numbers 1 and 3 in Vicolo Santa Caterina, there is a gate that shows the small apartment building garden. There, between houseplants and watering cans, stands a Romanic bell tower. Probably it... Read more »
  • Dyffryn Ardudwy Burial Chambers in Gwynedd, Cymru
    Dyffryn Ardudwy is located on a hillside, tucked between a housing estate and a school. It's a location that can be easily missed. The site goes by various names including; Arthur’s Quoit, Carreg Arthur, and Coaten Arthur.  It's believed that the burial chambers were erected between 3000 and 1900 BCE, likely as... Read more »
  • Mayburgh Henge in Eamont Bridge, England
    Mayburgh is a massive henge that dates to the Late Neolithic period. The banks of Mayburgh stand nearly 10 feet (three meters) tall in some places and were constructed from pebbles taken from the nearby River Lowther. Unusually, there is no surrounding ditch.  The structure is believed to have served... Read more »
  • Christchurch Greyfriars Church Garden in London, England
    Not unlike the more famous ruins of St. Dunstan-in-the-East, the history of Christchurch Greyfriars Church involves both the Great Fire of London in 1666, and the Blitz bombing by Germany during World War II. The original church located on this site was constructed in 1225 and, until its first destruction... Read more »
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    Ruin My Week

  • Rich Parent Asks If They’re A Jerk For Getting Cops To Keep Other Trick-Or-Treaters Away On Halloween
    With Halloween coming up, this viral Reddit post is circulating again as people debate the morality of keeping poor kids out of rich neighborhoods to trick-or-treat. This was shared last year, but we can probably assume that Redditor u/throwawaynotherr432 is still feeling the same way after they wrote their post... Read more »
  • 17 People Who Got Straight-Up Scammed
    With Halloween coming up, this viral Reddit post is circulating again as people debate the morality of keeping poor kids out of rich neighborhoods to trick-or-treat. This was shared last year, but we can probably assume that Redditor u/throwawaynotherr432 is still feeling the same way after they wrote their post... Read more »
  • Spirit Halloween Store Worker Shows All The Offensive Costumes The Staff Decided Not To Sell (18 Tweets)
    With Halloween coming up, this viral Reddit post is circulating again as people debate the morality of keeping poor kids out of rich neighborhoods to trick-or-treat. This was shared last year, but we can probably assume that Redditor u/throwawaynotherr432 is still feeling the same way after they wrote their post... Read more »
  • Literally Just 26 Funny, Honest Tweets From This Week
    With Halloween coming up, this viral Reddit post is circulating again as people debate the morality of keeping poor kids out of rich neighborhoods to trick-or-treat. This was shared last year, but we can probably assume that Redditor u/throwawaynotherr432 is still feeling the same way after they wrote their post... Read more »
  • People Are Sharing Things That Are Morally OK But Still Illegal (23 Posts)
    With Halloween coming up, this viral Reddit post is circulating again as people debate the morality of keeping poor kids out of rich neighborhoods to trick-or-treat. This was shared last year, but we can probably assume that Redditor u/throwawaynotherr432 is still feeling the same way after they wrote their post... Read more »
  • Movie Lovers Reveal What Instantly Ruins A Movie Whenever They See It
    Directors take note: people who love your movies are sharing what scenes and tropes make them instantly hate your films. Unless, of course, you’re Zack Snyder. Then, keep at it, I guess. No one in the industry seems to care what audiences say about your movies. We’ve all seen a... Read more »
  • Before “No Shave November” We Have “Shave Your Chest Hair Into Shapes October”
    Some people have too much time on their hands… or…chest? This looks like the result of trimming your beard and knicking a little more and more off until you have to decide if you want to be fully bald or have the batman symbol on your chest. No matter how... Read more »
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    Van Life Wanderer: Exploring My Best Life Through The Van Life

  • VideoIs San Jose Safe To Visit? Everything You Need To Know Before Traveling
    San Jose is smack dab right in the middle of Silicon Valley and home to some of the largest tech companies in the world. It is also the 10th largest The post Is San Jose Safe To Visit? Everything You Need To Know Before Traveling appeared first on Van Life... Read more »
  • VideoIs Atlanta Safe To Visit? Everything You Need To Know Before Traveling
    Atlanta is the unofficial capital of the south. It boast a rich history and culture and offers great food, museums, great live music and tons of attractions, no wonder 35 The post Is Atlanta Safe To Visit? Everything You Need To Know Before Traveling appeared first on Van Life Wanderer.... Read more »
  • VideoIs San Antonio Safe To Visit? Everything You Need To Know Before Traveling
    San Antonio is the 7th largest city in the United States and Texas’ number one tourist attraction. It has a rich history and culture, great food, great live music, a The post Is San Antonio Safe To Visit? Everything You Need To Know Before Traveling appeared first on Van Life... Read more »
  • VideoIs Fort Worth Safe To Visit? Everything You Need To Know Before Traveling
    Fort Worth welcomes nearly nine million visitors annually and for good reason. The city boasts a rich and diverse cultural history and is packed with Texas charm. From the Stockyards The post Is Fort Worth Safe To Visit? Everything You Need To Know Before Traveling appeared first on Van Life... Read more »
  • The Best Jiu Jitsu Gyms In Los Angeles
    Los Angeles probably has one of the best Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu scenes in the entire world, outside of Brazil. There are countless Jiu-Jitsu gyms spread out across Los Angeles, but which The post The Best Jiu Jitsu Gyms In Los Angeles appeared first on Van Life Wanderer.... Read more »
  • VideoIs Corpus Christi Safe? Everything You Need To Know Before Traveling
    With its beautiful coastal setting and many miles of serene beaches, Corpus Christi is undoubtedly one of the jewels of South Texas and perfect for any traveler who wants a The post Is Corpus Christi Safe? Everything You Need To Know Before Traveling appeared first on Van Life Wanderer.... Read more »
  • VideoIs Dallas Safe To Visit? Everything You Need To Know Before Traveling
    No city in Texas embodies the motto "Everything is bigger in Texas" better than the city of Dallas. Dallas is the second most populous city in Texas and home to The post Is Dallas Safe To Visit? Everything You Need To Know Before Traveling appeared first on Van Life Wanderer.... Read more »
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    Defence Blog

  • Australian subdivision of Rheinmetall to build future fighting vehicle test chassis
    German technology firm Rheinmetall announced on Monday its subdivision in Australia was awarded a contract to build and export Lynx Infantry Fighting Vehicle Test Chassis from its factory in Redbank Queensland. According to a company news release, Rheinmetall Defence Australia Managing Director Gary Stewart said the contract was the first... Read more »
  • Turkey takes a big step to beginning production of Altay tank
    Turkey and the Republic of Korea (South Korea) signed a military cooperation agreement to provide a Korean-made engine for the Turkish Altay main battle tank program. Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Turkey tweeted Friday that the minister of the South Korean Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA), Kang... Read more »
  • Video emerges of Chinese J-10 fighter jet crashing into river
    A J-10 fighter jet of the Peoples Liberation Army Air Force ditched in the frigid waters of the Jialu River in Henan province, and it was all caught on video. The J-10S two-seater fighter jet reportedly came down on 22 October. According to a video circulating on Chinese social media,... Read more »
  • Turkey’s Aselsan to arm Ukrainian armored vehicles
    Defense electronics specialist Aselsan, Turkey’s biggest defense company, reportedly to supply remote-controlled weapons stations for the Ukrainian Practika company to arm its Kozak-2M1 armored vehicles. According to a post from Practika, Aselsan-made SARP NSV remote-controlled weapons stations are to be mounted on Kozak-2M1 vehicles. “This is a completely new solution... Read more »
  • Ukrainian forces get new batch of Javelin missiles
    More than $60 million worth of weapons and other equipment is going to Ukraine as part of the U.S. security aid program with the country, the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine said Saturday. Ukrainian military said that the equipment included FGM-148 Javelin anti-tank missiles. The FGM-148 Javelin is an infrared-guided... Read more »
  • New US Army’s hypersonic weapon rendering released by Lockheed Martin
    Pentagon’s No.1 weapons supplier Lockheed Martin Corp. has released a new artist’s rendering of the newest hypersonic weapon system. It’s called the Operational Fires (OpFires) weapon system and the Army is working on it, together with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). In early 2020, Lockheed Martin began work... Read more »
  • Russian mercenaries in Ukraine disguises rocket launchers as trucks
    Russian-backed separatists and their mercenaries in Ukraine’s eastern region disguise BM-21 Grad multi-barrel rocket launch systems as military trucks. Last month, the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) Special Monitoring Mission to Ukraine has spotted 3 multiple launch rocket systems (9K51, BM-21 Grad, 122mm) disguised as standard trucks... Read more »
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    Nautilus

  • How Tycoons Created the Dinosaur - Issue 107: The Edge
    The dinosaur is a chimera. Some parts of this complex assemblage are the result of biological evolution. But others are products of human ingenuity, constructed by artists, scientists, and technicians in a laborious process that stretches from the dig site to the naturalist’s study and the museum’s preparation lab. The... Read more »
  • One of the Most Egregious Ripoffs in the History of Science - Issue 107: The Edge
    James Watson once said his road to the 1962 Nobel Prize began in Naples, Italy. At a conference in 1951, he met Maurice Wilkins, the biophysicist with whom he and Francis Crick shared the Nobel for discovering the double-helix structure of DNA. Meeting Wilkins was when he “first realized that... Read more »
  • VideoThe Accident That Led to Machines That Can See - Issue 107: The Edge
    For something so effortless and automatic, vision is a tough job for the brain. It’s remarkable that we can transform electromagnetic radiation—light—into a meaningful world of objects and scenes. After all, light focused into an eye is merely a stream of photons with different wave properties, projecting continuously on our... Read more »
  • The Spiritual Consciousness of Christof Koch - Issue 107: The Edge
    Consciousness is a thriving industry. It’s not just the meditation retreats and ayahuasca shamans. Or the conferences with a heady mix of philosophers, quantum physicists, and Buddhist monks. Consciousness is a buzzing business in neuroscience labs and brain institutes. But it wasn’t always this way. Just a few decades ago,... Read more »
  • Neuroscience Weighs in on Physics’ Biggest Questions - Issue 107: The Edge
    For an empirical science, physics can be remarkably dismissive of some of our most basic observations. We see objects existing in definite locations, but the wave nature of matter washes that away. We perceive time to flow, but how could it, really? We feel ourselves to be free agents, and... Read more »
  • We Are Beast Machines - Issue 107: The Edge
    I have a childhood memory of looking in the bathroom mirror, and for the first time realizing that my experience at that precise moment—the experience of being me—would at some point come to an end, and that “I” would die. I must have been about 8 or 9 years old,... Read more »
  • Weird Dreams Train Our Brains to Be Better Learners - Facts So Romantic
    Neural networks need to “dream” of weird, senseless examples to learn well. Maybe we do, too.Photo Illustration by MDV Edwards / ShutterstockFor many of us over the last year and more, our waking experience has, you might say, lost a bit of its variety. We spend more time with the... Read more »
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    Culture POPcorn

  • Batman : The Long Halloween Part 1 and Part 2 Review
    So I finally watched Batman : The Long Halloween part 1 and part 2, since part two finally came out this week I decided not to review them individually but review them as a singular film. Honestly, I really enjoyed it, you know this movie is based upon a pretty...... Read more »
  • Masters of the Universe Revelation : Nostalgia slaughtered for Fakenism
    He-Man and Masters of the Universe was always a show for everyone because you could always find a character that would fit your personality. It was a rich and diverse show where people overcome obstacles through friendship and their uniqueness, but Masters of the Universe Revelation is truly a horrible...... Read more »
  • Zack Snyder’s Justice League – Made by Nerd for Nerds
    Zack Snyder’s Justice League (2021) is a 4-hour epic masterpiece that purely gave justice to all the fans who forced the studio to bow down to its knees. This film has everything that a superhero movie should have, from amazing action & story to powerful visuals and a perfect score...... Read more »
  • Mortal Kombat 2021 Movie Review : Don’t Get Over Here!
    Mortal Kombat 2021 Movie was promised to be more gore, more fatalities, more intense. What we got was a poorly written plot, bad acting on several cast members, and really, really good visuals. Let’s talk about positive first: Hiroyuki Sanada and Joe Taslim as Scorpion and Sub-Zero were excellent. Starting...... Read more »
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