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CONTENTS

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14. CARMEN HART®

Hailing from North Carolina, this exotic and charming southern bell is an established calendar and magazine model, singer and has taken the erotic dance circuit by storm.

18. 25 SUPERBOWL FACTS

You thought you knew everything about the Super Bowl, so we did some research to find some things that you may just not know.

20. DESIRED GEAR

Knowing what to buy him or her can be almost impossible, so check out the Desired Gear section.

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24. DESIRED CARS

Everyone dreams of owning an exotic car we will show you the best to drool over.

28. BATTLE OF THE SEXES

Many ladies are not as enthusiastic about the Super Bowl, but it doesn’t have to be a source of friction between the sexes.

38. HOW TO READ A POKER FACE

Every poker player has heard the expression “poker face”, and cultivating a proper poker face is an essential ingredient of successful poker play.

48. HOT MOTORCYCLE

Stripped to the bare essentials, its combination of state-of-the-art race technology, exposed styling and cultured design takes Ducati’s big naked concept to the very top of the fighter food chain.

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32. GABRIELLA FOX™

It’s tough being a good girl—curfews, homework, long skirts, and pure thoughts. At 19 years-old, Gabriella Fox™ is just starting to realize that not only is it easier to be a bad girl, but it’s a lot more fun too.

50. ANGELINA ARMANI™

Angelina Armani™ is a distinctive combination of classic Hollywood elegance and unapologetic raw sexuality.

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JANUARY 08 SUPER BOWL ISSUE

FROM THE PUBLISHER F

irst off I’d like to wish everyone a HAPPY NEW YEAR !!!!! I really want to send out a special appreciation to all of the advertisers as well the readers. I can’t thank all of you enough for all the positive feed back. I honestly am still overwhelmed with all the encouraging comments, Thank you so much. I’m really excited and looking forward to the new year. Desire is growing at a very fast rate for two reasons. One; the advertisers and readers love it. Second; the few people that are out there bashing me personally and down talking Desire are literally the ones that fuel me to excel while successfully continuing to produce a great magazine. Don’t ever let anyone tell you that you can’t do something. You can do anything you set your mind to and accomplish anything you want. I was told I would never be able to start a magazine and I did. We each have to believe in other and be positive to others. It’s nice to see people doing things. I’m sure everybody has dreams and desires and there should be nothing or no one preventing you from achieving them. Things are slow in the economy and I know times are hard for everyone. This is why as a society we should try to be a little nicer to each other and a little more humble. We have to remember no matter how bad we have it someone else has it worst. It’s a new year time for family and friends to make up and put the past behind them or at least try. One more thing I want to mention is that there are a few people out there that don’t like Desire and don’t want to see it

Images of Gabriella Fox™ are courtesy of DigitalPlayground.com

succeed. Id like to be the first to dish all the dirt on me myself. I have not always made the best of choices in life I’m not perfect, in fact, far from it. But I don’t judge other people because I don’t know why they did the things they did or do the things they do. Unless you lived my life or grew up how I grew up its going to be hard for you to understand my life and the choices I made. I’m not trying to justify anything, I’m just saying before you judge me make sure you know the full story. I didn’t have the same opportunities as others did so I made ends meet with what I had. That’s not to say that others didn’t have it worst then me, I’m just saying at times I did what I needed to do to get by. I have been involved with different aspects of adult entertainment. I currently own and operate Allure, a very upscale, clean and classy private lingerie modeling establishment in Hyde Park. Some people may care and others may not I just thought I should be the first to tell you. One thing that I can assure you is my past has no bearing on my ability to create amazing advertising to fit each and every individual advertiser. I’m here for your every need, and more than willing to go above and beyond. I know we’re a new publication and we have to prove ourselves to earn some advertisers business, Just give us the chance and we are dedicated to do what ever it takes. As always I encourage any positive and creative feed back. I can be E-mailed at: Desirecomments@aol.com. -Chase Thomas

© 2008 Desire Magazine ® is published monthly. Reproduction of content strictly prohibited. ( Means you can not be a copy cat) Desire Magazine R Publisher & Editor assumes no financial responsibility for errors in ads beyond the cost of the space occupied by error; coupons, or lack of fulfillment from advertisers who are solely responsible for contents of their ads.(Ok, that means if we screw up on your ad we will give you one for free and that we have nothing to do with coupons and the stuff that the ads say) Desire Magazine does not condone or promote prostitution, or any form of solicitation, or any illegal acts of any kind; Especially harm against animals in any way, shape or form.( This means we are not trying to help anyone make a sexual connection in trade for money and be very nice to all animals) Publisher is also to be held harmless from: failure to produce any issues as scheduled due to reasons beyond their control; all suits, claims or loss of expenses; this includes, but is not limited to, suits for libel, plagiarism, copyright infringement and unauthorized use of a person’s name or photograph.(This means if we did something we were not suppose to do; were sorry and if you tell us we won’t do it again) Publisher & Editor do not promote excessive consumption of alcoholic beverages. (So don’t be a dummy and don’t drink and drive) Due to the active nature of the adult entertainment business, there may be personal scheduling changes after deadlines affecting availability of models depicted in ads.(Not exactly sure what that means) All models pictured are 18 years of age or older. This publication contains adult material and should not be distributed or sold to minors under the age of 18. (So don’t give this to kids!!!) The name Desire Magazine is a nationally registered trademark, exclusively owned by Charles Carbonell, Jr.

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DESIREHEALTH

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WEIGHT LOSS

If your New Year’s resolution is to lose weight, you are certainly not alone. Losing weight and gaining fitness are among the most popular resolutions no matter what the year, but unfortunately only a small percentage of dieters have the dedication, and the knowledge, necessary to lose that weight and keep it off for the long term. The best weight loss is the kind that lasts a lifetime, and the best diet is one that can be followed for a lifetime.

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t this time of year there are of course plenty of weight loss tips making their rounds, but here are some of my favorites.

Take a look at your diet. No diet plan can succeed without a solid plan for healthy eating. Simply cutting out one or more food groups will result only in uncontrollable cravings, and possibly an unhealthy body, down the road. It is important to eat a healthy diet, rich in fiber, vitamins and minerals, when trying to lose weight.

approach can actually be counterproductive. Protein is necessary for providing the energy that will be needed to exercise regularly. Protein also plays an important role in the regulation of blood sugar, and blood sugar in part plays an important role in keeping food cravings under control.

Eating plenty of fiber rich foods is important as well. Adding lots of fiber rich cereals, whole grain breads and other healthy products is a great way to achieve that feeling of fullness while keeping calorie counts low. Increase your consumption of fruits and vegetables. Fruits are delicious, full of vitamins and minerals, easy to eat and easy to find. Fruits like apples, pears, oranges, kiwi and more make wonderful snacks for home and office, providing a much better alternative to sugary snacks and potato chips. Vegetables, whether in the form of salads or on their own, also make a great addition to any healthy diet. Steamed veggies are delicious as a side dish as well. A small microwave steamer will be a great addition to your office supplies.

Eat plenty of protein, especially when starting a new workout program. Many dieters avoid protein rich foods, fearing that they contain too much fat and too many calories, but this

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Drink plenty of water as part of a healthy diet. Like fiber, water helps to provide a feeling of fullness without additional calories. Drinking six to eight glasses of water a day is important, whether you are dieting or not.

Be sure not to skip breakfast in a short-sighted attempt to cut calories. A good healthy breakfast is actually a proven way to lose weight, so be sure to start each day with a good breakfast. If you’re pressed for time, a couple of pieces of whole grain toast, or a protein shake, can be just the thing. Skipping breakfast can actually backfire, causing you to give in to food cravings and abandon your healthy eating plan as the day wears on.

Last but not least, don’t forget about the importance of exercise in a healthy eating and weight loss plan. A healthy diet can only do so much, and it is important to get out there and move. An exercise program does not have to be intense to be effective; simply taking a walk three or four times a week can provide real benefits. Augmenting this simple exercise program with some strength training can help to build muscle, and enhance the effectiveness of your fitness program.


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PLANNING of any ambition has been researched and widely recognized as integral to reaching your goal.

WHY NEW YEARS RESOLUTIONS FAIL

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ell, its now 2009. A year full of promise, a year f illed with love, health, wealth, f itness, joy, happiness and anything else you might wish for. This is the time of year that people all over the wor ld decide to change their lives forever. It’s the time for resolutions, New Years Resolutions that is. A time of year when ever yone, ever ywhere believes their wishes and dreams will come tr ue. So, how are your new year ’s resolutions going? According to a sur vey (conducted by Franklin Covey) of New Year ’s resolutions of over 15,000 people, the top 3 resolutions for 2009 are: 1.Get out of debt or save money 2.Lose weight 3.Develop a healthy habit (like regular exercise and/or healthy eating) Sound familiar? Well the same sur vey also found that 35% of people break their resolution by the end of Januar y, but wait it gets worse. Out of all those New Year ’s resolutions, 78% fail to come to fr uition. That’s r ight 78% fail!! That doesn’t give you much hope does it? So, why do all these per fectly good resolutions simply fall by the wayside, year af ter year? It is the same reason that ever y goal, from

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giving up smoking to getting to wor k on time has never occur red. We fail to plan, and failing to plan is planning to fail. How can you possibly expect to get from your cur rent position to your des tination (whatever that might be) if you have never ever been there before? That is simply asking for all sor ts of problems, leading to fr us tration and motivations issue. In order for a plan to wor k there are a few key areas which need to be addressed. Wr ite it down!! Your goals should be reinforced EVERYDAY, so put them somewhere you can see them (maybe on the fr idge or on your bedside table). This will for m a cons tant reminder and reinforce your goal in your mind. Infor m o t hers. Make sure you infor m others of your goal. This wor ks for two reasons. The f irs t is that you need to be accountable by someone other than yourself. Secondly and more impor tantly is the suppor t and motivation of having family and fr iends behind you all the way. This las t point cannot be emphasized enough; the value of suppor t in the pursuit

“35% of people break their resolution by the end of January, but wait it gets worse. Out of all those New Year’s resolutions, 78% fail to come to fruition. Change your t hinking, attitude and beliefs. Your thinking, attitude and beliefs are extremely impor tant as they af fect the decisions you make and things you do or don’t do. A goal is nothing without a need, desire or emotional reason behind it. You can be told what to do, why to do it and even shown how, but no one can make you do it if you don’t want to. Do you want it, really want it? Education or knowledge. At this s tage, you have wr itten down your goals (you know exactly what you want and when you want it), you have set in place a suppor t and motivation networ k (point 2), you have s trong desire and need to achieve your goal, but do you know how to get that goal. The plan might mean that you have to buy a book, magazine, DVD, or hir ing someone to help you out like a dietician or a personal trainer.


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CARMENHART

CARMENHART Images of Carmen Hart are courtesy of Wicked Pictures

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ailing from Nor th Carolina, this exotic and char ming souther n bell is an es tablished calendar and magazine model, singer and has taken the erotic dance circuit by s tor m. In 2005 Car men set her sights on the Adult Film Indus tr y and is des tined to become a shining s tar for years to come. Multitalented and extremely dr iven, Car men has enjoyed ever ything from sof tball, cheer leading and s tep team to s tudent council. But her tr ue passion has always been singing. Car men star ted singing at young age and par ticipated in talent shows where she frequently took home the top pr ize for her amazing singing voice. As an es tablished model, Car men ear ned a name for herself by winning Miss Hawaiian Tropics at their Regional competition in 2004. Her magazine and calendar credits

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are equally impressive. She graced the cover of Gold File Magazine and was crowned Easy Riders Magazine’s Fox Hunt winner. She was Miss June 2005 in the Pure Gold Calendar and Miss Febr uar y 2004 in the Sexy Indian Woman Calendar. Car men has also excelled as a dancer, taking top honors by winning titles like Bes t Dancer in Colorado’s 2005 Feature Blas t Showcase and Hottes t Stage Personality in Rhode Island’s 2005 Feature Showcase Extravaganza. Recently, Car men dominated the Miss Nude 2006 competition winning the coveted title and also grabbing honors in the Bes t Body and Bes t Dancer categor ies in the competition. Domination is no small feat for Car men Har t because she has also won the titles of Exotic Per for mer of20the year 2007, Miss Exotic Inter national 2007 and Exotic


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When Car men set her sights on the Adult Enter tainment indus tr y she caught the eye of Wicked Pictures owner Steve Orens tein. He was impressed with her exotic beauty , winning personality, intelligence and intense dr ive. He quickly recognized her talent and signed her to a 2-year contract making her a Wicked Gir l in 2005. Recently Car men’s top honors include winning the 2008 Exotic Dancer National Championships in May, she was also the f irst Adult Star to win Feature Enter tainer of THE YEAR at the Gentlemen’s Expo in Vegas this past August.

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The famous first Super Bowl commercial was a Noxzema commercial with Joe Namath. It aired in 1974. The average commercial as of 2006, costs two and a half million dollars to air during the Super Bowl. Appearing in the Super Bowl as a player, head coach and assistant coach was Tony Dungy, Mike Ditka and Dan Reeves.

The player who has played the most Super Bowls is Mike Lodish. He played two times with Denver and four times with Buffalo. The footage tape of the Super Bowl I game no longer exists it was taped over. The Super Bowl games have never been played on a home field of any NFL team.

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There is no record of any Super Bowl going into overtime.

The only Super Bowl MVP to win the award even after a loss game was Check Howley of Dallas.

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The only team to not score one point in the Super Bowl was the Dolphins. In Super Bowl 6, Miami scored only three points for a loss to Dallas who scored twenty-one points. Steve Christi was the only kicker to score a fifty-four yard field goal in the history of the Super Bowl. Jason Elam kicked fifty-one yards. With seven losses, the Rams are the only team to play in the Super Bowl and lose so many times. The NFL pays for One hundred and fifty rings for the Super Bowl winners. Depending on the price of diamonds and gold, each ring can cost about $5K.

The first Vincent Lombardi Trophy was given out at Super Bowl 5. It takes seventy-two hours to make by Tiffany. In Super Bowl history the winning team the Colts are the only team to not to win the MVP award. It was given to the losing teams Chuck Howley of the Cowboys. “Black Sunday” the movie used Super Bowl X footage as a backdrop in the terrorist attempt to blow up the Super Bowl.

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Besides Thanksgiving, the Super Bowl has the second largest food consumption. The city to host the Super Bowl is chosen many years in advance.

Janet Jackson’s infamous “costume malfunction.” during the Super Bowl XXXVIII halftime show remains the most replayed moment in TiVo history, a representative for the digital video recording company said.

The first Super Bowl played indoors was Super Bowl XII. The Broncos and the Cowboys played a the Superdome.

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The 49er’s and the Rams came close to playing in their own stadiums for the Super Bowl, but did not succeed. The Super Bowl XVI game played in Detroit was the only sporting event that was rated the highest in US television and fourth for all time. Super Bowl XVII has the Dolphins Fulton Walker scoring a touchdown after a kick off. He ran the ball ninety-nine yards. The highest scoring Super Bowl was 75 points between the Chargers and the 49er’s in Super Bowl XXIX. The lowest scoring Super Bowl game was 21 points between the Redskins and the Dolphins in Super Bowl VII. The Eagles have only played in two Super Bowls. Super Bowl XV, which they lost and Super Bowl XXXIX.


FLAG ON THE FIELD!

HOW MANY YARDS WILL THAT PENALTY COST YOUR TEAM? Five Yard Penalties:

Ten Yard Penalties:

* Defensive holding or illegal use of hands * Delay of game * Encroachment * Excessive time outs * False Start * Forward pass thrown from behind the line of scrimmage after the ball has already crossed the line * Forard pass thrown from beyond the line of scrimmage * Illegal formation * Illegal shift * Illegal motion * Illegal substitution * Invalid fair catch signalIllegal return * Too many men on the field * Offside * Pass touched by a receiver after being out of bounds * Player out of bounds at snap * Running into the kicker * Second forward pass behind the line * Unintentional facemask < Randy Moss displays his full moon to Green Bay fans and demonstrates the proper method to recieve some penatly yards.

* Deliberately batting, kicking, or punching a loose ball * Helping the runner * Holding, illegal use of hands, illegal block above the waist * Intentional grounding * Offensive pass interference * Tripping

Fifteen Yard Penalties: * Chop block * Clipping * Fair catch interference * Facemask * Faking a roughing * Illegal low block * Kicking or kneeling on an opponent * Roughing the kicker * Roughing the passer * Spearing * Striking an opponent with a fist * Striking an official * Unnecessary roughness * Unsportsmanlike conduct * Using a helmet as a weapon

NFLQ&A Who was the first black NFL quarterback? There are a few answers. On Oct. 18, 1953, Willie Thrower of the Bears was the first African-American to take a snap in a pro game. It wasn’t until 1968, though, that Marlin Briscoe, a rookie with Denver, became the first African-American starter. Doug Williams was the first to win a Super Bowl, and Warren Moon was the first AfricanAmerican QB in the NFL Hall of Fame. Who is the shortest player in the NFL? J.J. Moses and Darren Sproles are both 5’6” What is the average NFL salary? Given the salary cap in 2008, the average salary will be approximately $2.27 million What is the starting salary in the NFL? The minimum NFL player salary for rookies is $285,000

100 yards long, and 160 feet or 53 1/3 yards wide, so the perimeter is 920 feet or 306 2/3 yards.

Who is the highest paid player in the NFL? Dwight Freeney How many NFL football teams are there? 32 Who is the oldest franchise in the NFL? The Arizona Cardinals can trace their history back to 1890 in Chicago.

Who is the fastest man in the NFL? Cornerback Justin Miller of the Jets won the NFL’s Fastest Man competition in 2007, though many would argue that Devin Hester is faster.

Who threw the most interceptions in the NFL (all-time)? Brett Favre with 288 as of 2007. (He also has the most touchdowns)

How long was the longest NFL punt? On Sept. 21, 1969, Steve O’Neal of the Jets punted 98 yards against the Broncos.

What was the first NFL team? The Arizona Cardinals (then the Chicago Cardinals)

What are the highest NFL salaries? As of 2007: Dwight Freeney, Colts, $30.75 million; Marc Bulger, Rams, $17.5 million; Leonard Davis, Cowboys, $17 million; Gaines Adams, Buccaneers, $15.4 million; Robert Geathers, Bengals, $14 million

What NFL team has the best record (all-time)? The Bears have the most wins, and the Cowboys have the best winning percentage

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DESIREDGEAR ipod nano With just a few clicks, the new Genius feature finds the songs on your iPod nano that go great together and makes a Genius Playlist for you. With just a few clicks, the new Genius feature finds the songs on your iPod nano that go great together and makes a Genius Playlist for you. ust give iPod nano a shake and it shuffles to a different song in your music library. iPod nano now comes in nine vibrant colors and a new curved aluminum and glass design. The crisp, bright picture makes watching movies and TV shows amazing.

Samsung SC-HMX20 You won’t miss any of life’s special moments with this compact, lightweight camcorder. The Samsung SC-HMX20C has an amazing built-in 8 GB of flash memory for 90 minutes of recording time. Plus, with the 2.7-inch touch screen LCD and a convenient swivel handgrip, you’ll easily capture odd-angle shots like baby’s first steps. Full HD recording with 1080p delivers breathtaking images and brilliant resolution.

Dell Inspiron Mini 9 Last year, the world of budget notebooks was turned on its head with the introduction of the ASUS Eee PC: A 2-pound laptop with a 7-inch screen and a starting price below $300. Prior to 2008, “budget notebooks” were bulky, overweight 15-inch laptops while “ultra-portable” notebooks commanded a premium price well above $1,000. In no time at all terms like “budget ultra-portable,” “subnotebook,” and “netbook” became part of the techno-geek vocabulary. Every notebook manufacturer on the planet (even some that you might not know) scrambled to create their own “netbooks” ... and Dell has finally joined the party. The Dell Inspiron Mini 9 is an 8.9” netbook with a $349 (Linux) or $399 (Windows XP) starting price and some impressive features. Dell was kind enough to supply us with a pre-production copy of the Inspiron Mini 9 so that we can conduct indepth testing and let you know if this netbook really is “your new best friend” ... or just the weird kid you try to avoid on the bus.

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DESIREDGEAR LEICA D-LUX 4 The compact nature of the D-Lux 4 means it can be with you all the time. But despite its compact size, it offers top Leica quality and gives the photographer plenty of artistic freedom. The D-Lux 4 is ideal, whether for subjects composed with lots of forethought or for spontaneous reportage. The high-aperture professional lens The LEICA DC VARIO-SUMMICRON lens 1:2.0-2.8/5.1-12.8 ASPH is a high-aperture lens for digital compact cameras that allows the real enthusiast to work with an open shutter. Its high speed makes the LEICA D-LUX 4 ideal for available light exposures. Whether in poor light or for selective use of field depth, the lens of the LEICA D-LUX 4 gives the photographer scope for highly individual picture composition. The aspherical zoom lens with a focusing range of 2460 mm opens up new creative options in reportage photography. The lens design consists of eight elements, of which four are aspherical. These are matched individually to the camera sensor, working in harmony with the electronics and software, to produce stunningly brilliant pictures in true- to-life colours.

Sony Bravia Z Series KLV-40ZX1M Sony’s thinnest 40” diagonal monitor includes the performance and Full HD 1080p resolution of BRAVIA Z-Series HDTVs, the revolutionary Sony BRAVIA KLV-40ZX1M LCD Flat Panel Monitor lets you see the world from a whole new angle. At 9.9 mm thin and approximately 26 pounds, the KLV-40ZX1M is flatter than any other large-screen monitor available, approaching the thinness of the 11” (diagonal) Sony XEL-1 Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) TV. Sony offers beautiful design inside and out by incorporating a Wide Color Gamut LED edge light instead of conventional fluorescent lamps, which allows the KLV-40ZX1M to produce rich, more realistic images on a screen as slim as a picture frame. The KLV-40ZX1M not only displays more subtle shades of red, green, and blue but also features Advanced Contrast Enhancer (ACE) technology for deeper blacks and better image detail when viewing dark movie scenes. It includes enhanced image processing features such as BRAVIA Engine -- which reduces visual noise and sharpens image detail -- and Motionflow 120Hz, a technology that contributes to sharper, more fluid motion by generating extra frames. Additionally, 10-bit processing and a 10-bit panel, Live Color Creation, and x.v.Color capabilities1 create vibrant, more accurate color reproduction. The KLV-40ZX1M also includes an HDMI input that, when used with the BRAVIA Wireless Link module (sold separately), allows you to connect a DVD player, AV gear, or other HDMI components for wireless, real-time transmission of these super-sharp images. A new wall-hugging mount and matching speaker bar (both sold separately) further enhance the fully integrated, on-the-wall design of the KLV-40ZX1M.

Nokia 5800 XpressMusic One touch to music, video, and more. The dedicated Media Bar means mobile entertainment is always on hand. High-resolution widescreen video and superior surround sound, with built-in stereo speakers and an advanced music player. Download new sounds to the 8GB microSD card, and sync your collection with Nokia Music software for PC Featuring you, your friends, and ultra-fast 3.5G wireless technology. Put your favourite people on your home screen and share moments and media as they happen. Shoot 3.2 megapixel stills, video, and seamlessly showcase them online with photo sharing services like Share on Ovi or Flickr. Broadcast yourself or download the latest videos. Take a good look at Nokia 5800 XpressMusic. This amazing 3.2” high-resolution touchscreen looks unlike any other and puts everything at your fingertips. Perfectly proportioned for one hand, featuring responsive fingertip, stylus, or plectrum control, automatic screen rotation, and tactile feedback. With a choice of alphanumeric keypad, full QWERTY keyboard, or handwriting for fast messaging.

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DESIREDCARS 2008 Honda FC Sport Design Study

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he FC Spor t emphasizes the design flexibility and potential of Honda’s V Flow fuel cell technology already deployed in the Honda FCX Clarity sedan and reconfigures it into a lightweight spor ts car design with an ultra-low center of gravity, power ful electric motor per formance and zero-emissions. The design study concept is inspired by supercar levels of per formance through low weight and a high-per formance, electrically driven fuel cell power train. The high-output Honda fuel cell power train and a sleek, aerodynamic body contribute to the vehicle’s per formance potential. A modular approach to fuel cell component packaging and the electric drivetrain contribute to the FC Spor t’s low center of gravity with the majority of vehicle mass distributed between the axles, creating the balanced weight distribution sought af ter in spor ts cars. The Advanced Design Studio of Honda R&D Americas, in Pasadena, California, developed the FC Spor t design study with the primar y objective of using existing fuel cell technology as the basis for an ultimate Honda spor ts car. Designer Jason Wilbur led the design ef for ts.

2009 C3R Retro Corvette Stingray Design

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he changes were mostly on the rear end, I added a chamfer where the body meets the rear dif fuser to visually lif t the rear, I extended the rear about 25mm and narrowed it by more than 50mm to visually give it a more aggressive and planted stance. I also flattened the rear deck area and added a chamfer to the spoiler to match the profile of the 69 stingray better and also to give it a more modern look. The last change was to the front fender in front of the wheel, I added some fullness to give it better lead-in to the grill area. The dimensions on the C3R are the same as the z06 except the length, my car is 4 inches longer. I also wanted to mention that the headlights are not pop-up, I don’t want to say right now how they work because I going to create an animation that shows the process. One of the main complaints was that people thought it was going to have the pop-up lights. Now that the main sur faces are done I am going to focus on the details like if it is possible to have 69 style door handles and the possibility of moving the location of the fuel filler to the rear deck, again like the C3. More information is available at C3Retro.com

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1969 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible Supercar by Modern Muscle

his vehicle has been equipped with a full chassis by Modern Muscle. They call a vehicle built this way a â&#x20AC;&#x153;Super Car.â&#x20AC;? The chassis features Corvette C5 aluminum suspension at all four corners, including independent rear suspension and the C5 differential. Handling is on par with a C5 Corvette, which is light years ahead of a stock first generation Camaro. The top features a subtle chop, which is really a significant task on a convertible, since all of the top bows must be altered accordingly, and must still function for raising and lowering the top. Another interesting item on this is the electronic stack injection, which enables the classic Chevy big block to, quite literally, start with the push of a button. It starts easily on the first turn, and idles incredibly smoothly. Also note how the hood is electrically actuated and swings forward with the touch of a button on the console, or the integrated spoiler on the decklid. In short, the more you look at this Camaro, the more custom touches you discover.

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ngolstadt Audi is launching the next variant of its top-of-the-line model. With the R8, the brand has established itself at the forefront of high-end sports cars from the very start and now comes the R8 V10. Its 5.2-liter, ten-cylinder engine churns out 386 kW (525 hp) and 530 Nm (390.91 lb-ft) of torque, which makes for breathtaking performance. With superior Audi technologies such as quattro all-wheel drive, the lightweight aluminum body, the innovative all-LED headlights, and its striking design, the R8 V10 takes pole position against the competition. The R8 V10 is the result of cumulative know-how from Audis string of Le Mans victories. Its naturally aspirated engine combines racing technology such as dry sump lubrication with FSI gasoline direct injection. The ten-cylinder design is the perfect synthesis for impressive top performance, mighty pulling power, and low weight. Starting in 2009, this engine will also prove its potential on the worlds racetracks in the new R8 racing car Audi is developing for customer teams in conformance with the GT3 rules.

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The V10 engine in the production sports car will be almost identical in construction to the one in the racing version. Its displacement is 5,204 cc, at 6,500 rpm it delivers 530 Nm (390.91 lbft) of torque, at 8,000 rpm its power tops out at 386 kW (525 hp). The specific power output is 100.9 hp per liter of displacement and each hp has to propel only 3.09 kilograms (6.91 lb) of weight, because the Audi R8 V10 in the version with the six-speed manual gearshift weighs only 1,620 kilograms (3571 lb). The engine accounts 258 of these kilograms lb) thats only 31 kilos (68 than the V8.

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BATTLE OF THE SEXES? It’s time for the big game, and before it’s all over one team will be the toast of the town, while the other will simply be toast. It’s an excellent reason for a bunch of the guys to get together. Many ladies are not as enthusiastic about the Super Bowl, but it doesn’t have to be a source of friction between the sexes.

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gentleman may want to approach the idea of a Super Bowl Bash with caution. In front of the little lady, he should always refer to it as a “theme party.” If a codename is required for correspondence with his male colleagues, he may use “Operation: Superb Owl” when speaking but this is less stealthy if his lady sees it in print, considering this alias is merely a shift of one letter.

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If she gets enthusiastic, she may actually want to help plan the event. If she insists on stocking up on tofu, he should specify the firm kind. When cut into squares, it will actually serve well as coasters for the frosty beverages. She may suggest stocking up on finger foods, not realizing that when the ball’s on the five yard line anything edible can become finger food, even chili. Basically,

she can prepare any health-conscious food item she wants and it won’t go to waste at a Super Bowl party as long as it can be deepfried and dipped in melted cheese. There’s one caveat about ordering a novelty six-foot-long submarine sandwich to be shared by all the guests, though. It actually does set the precedent for sharing food the


“If she hears the gentleman talking about “covering the spread” she may assume they mean stretching plastic wrap over a cream cheese based condiment for her crackers.”

How to Make Hooters STYLE Hot Wings

next time he orders a double rack of his favorite ribs and she orders just a garden salad. By the way, if she hears the gentleman talking about “covering the spread” she may assume they mean stretching plastic wrap over a cream cheese based condiment for her crackers. It would be best not to correct her on this point. In many households, the big game itself is primarily a male interest. Although there is something about it that anyone’s aunt, mother or grandmother can appreciate. And that’s no matter how close the game is the players still take time to say hi to their mom when they’re on camera. Bless their hearts. Not all ladies are enthusiastic about watching football though. Some gentlemen have suffered their worst football injuries from women after trying to switch channels from Desperate Housewives to the game. Ladies shouldn’t be forced to watch football at any time, but there should definitely be a local blackout on vacuuming. If the gentlemen happen to become depressed as they calculate how much money the player’s are making while doing something most men would do for free, there’s always

the half-time show where they can watch rock stars from their high school days make millions of dollars for playing three songs before being shuttled back to their hotels in their stretch Hummer limos. And when the second half starts, realizing that some of the cheerleaders left with the band only leads to further depression. At some point a lady will probably notice the cheerleaders, too. She may even speculate to her significant other that some of them have had “work done.” A tactful response to this would be that the gentleman hadn’t noticed, but he did read something about it being a “rebuilding year” for the team, and that probably extends to the cheerleaders, too. By the way, if you ever find yourself on a football field near cheerleaders while they’re performing, keep in mind that there’s a fine line between cheerleading and kick-boxing. The only real downside for the lady of the house is that after the game is over and all the guests have gone home, she’s left doing the lion’s share of the cleanup. This leads us to another great football tradition. In order to reduce the after-party cleanup, women came up with the idea of taking the event outside. And thus began The Tailgate Party.

If you love a night of football, Hot Wings, beer and women in little clothing serving your every need, you love Hooters. Here’s a few steps on spicing your next TV/football game dinner at home. We’ll show you step by step instructions on how to make and prepare your Hooters Hot Wings, yes you... Step1 Dust and season chicken with ancho chili powder, All Purpose flour, salt, and pepper Step2 Heat up the frying oil around 350 F - 360 F. When the oil is ready, fry the chicken for 10-12 minutes so it’s nice and moist on the inside Step3 Remove the the chicken from the fryer and place it on top of paper towel to rest Step4 Melt the unsalted butter on a pan, when the butter melt, add honey, and stir. Stir in the BBQ sauce and Tapatio sauce. Stir it for another 2-3 minutes on top of the stove Step5 Place the Chicken in a bowl. Pour the sauce on the chicken and mix them together. Enjoy with your favorite Blue Cheese Dressing.

WHAT YOU NEED * 15 pieces of chicken wings clean * 15 pieces of chicken drummetes * 1c Your favorite BBQ sauce * 1/2c Honey * 1/2lb of Unsalted butter * 1/2c Tapatio Sauce (Mexican Chili Sauce) * 1/2c Ancho Chili Powder * 1c All Purpose Flour * Salt and Pepper to season * Beer * Napkins * Your hot female neighbors outfitted in sexy Hooters Outfits * Big Screen TV

YOU CAN ALWAYS GO THE EASY ROUTE AND PICK UP SAUCE STRAIGHT FROM THE WING MASTERS THEMSELVES AT AN GROCERY STORE.

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Read Your Opponents

POKER FACE E

ver y poker player has heard the expression “poker face”, and cultivating a proper poker face is an essential ingredient of successful poker play. The poker face is tied up with the ability to bluf f, which is used when the player is tr ying to make his or her opponents feel that their hand is something other than what it truly is. This bluf fing strategy can work both with good and with bad hands. For instance, those holding what they feel is a winning hand may want to pretend the have a bad hand, in order to urge the other players to build the pot and continue to raise. Those players holding a bad hand, on the other hand, may use bluf fing to convince the other players in the game to fold. The good thing about the bluf fing skill is that it works for both real world and online poker play. In fact, online poker play has its own unique oppor tunities for bluf fing when it comes to poker playing. Sometimes when playing online the other players may be more willing to share their playing secrets with other play ers. This knowledge should be used to your best advantage. Ask players questions and see what they can share with you. If you do not understand why the more experienced players made a par ticular move, be sure to ask them about it. It helps, of course, to explain to the other players that you are new to the game; most experienced poker players in the online world will be willing to help newcomers learn the ropes.

“The good thing about the bluffing skill is that it works for both real world and online poker play. “

New poker players will also need to develop the ability to pick up on the tells of the other players, while at the same time keeping their own tells well hidden. Most players of course will not smile broadly or jump out of their chair when dealt a straight flush, but most will indicate the good hand with some sor t of subtle gesture. It is impor tant to examine your own play for tells, and do what you can to eliminate them. It is also impor tant to carefully study the other players in the game, and to pick up on the tells that indicate the quality of their hands. As you do this, however, never forget that the other players will be studying you as much as you are studying them.

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LIFE AND FOOTBALL

Does your wife or girlfriend think that watching football is a complete waste of time? Would you like to show her just how wrong she is? The countless hours you spend in front of the TV Sundays and Monday nights during fall and early winter are a gold mine of valuable lessons that you can apply in all areas of your life. Here’s a list of 10 important ones.

1. Work hard, play smart. This one’s a no brainer. Football is a difficult and complex game. In order to be successful at it you have to work hard, both on the practice field and especially during games. It’s not enough to merely work hard, though. You also need to play smart. This means that off the field you need to watch tape, study playbooks and learn as much about the game as you can. You then need to take all the knowledge you acquired and apply it to your game when you’re back on the field. Life is also difficult and complicated. You need to work hard in order to succeed, regardless of what it is that you do. You definitely need to work smart too because life just may be even more complex than football. The more you know about whatever it is that you do, the greater your odds of succeeding. You need to read, take courses, watch videos, talk to people, and scour around for any other source of information that will help you do it more effectively and efficiently. In life, as in football, the road to success starts with hard work.

2. Be a team player. Football is a team sport. To be good at it, you need to be willing to sacrifice individual glory or desires for the good of the team. As a quarterback, no matter how much you might like to pass, you can’t be throwing the ball if the team would be better served by having you hand it off to a running back. Likewise, when playing wide receiver, if you don’t have the ball on a particular play, you need to be blocking for a teammate who

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does. Remember, when that final whistle blows, the better your team does the better off you’ll be. Life is a team sport too. Sooner or later your success will depend on your ability to work well with others. You need to step outside of yourself and think about the team you belong to. What is the purpose of your group? What are you trying to achieve together? What’s your role? You also need to consider your teammates. What are their goals and aspirations? What are their strengths and weaknesses? What are their likes and dislikes? How can you best mesh your individual strengths, weaknesses and preferences so that you optimize the way you operate as a team? In the end, the more successful your group is, the better off you’ll be.

3. Don’t run with the ball until you’ve caught it. How often have you heard a football commentator say “he couldn’t hang onto the football because he started running with it before he had control”. One of the keys to being a successful receiver is that you need to be totally focused on catching the ball before you start running with it. In the excitement and pressure of the game, there’s a great temptation to start running with the ball as soon as you feel it touch your hands. This is a big mistake! A pass is not completed until you have possession. Once that ball makes contact with your fingertips, your attention needs to be completely focused on securing control of it before you start running with it. Life is the same way. Don’t start something until you’ve successfully finished all previous, dependant tasks. For example, if you run with an idea before you fully grasp it, you’ll look stupid and unprepared when people start challenging

it. If you start implementing it and it doesn’t work properly, people may start questioning your competence. This is not a formula for success. Finish the job at hand before moving on to the next one. 4. Be good at everything and great at something. It’s next to impossible for a football team to win championships if they have a glaring weakness in any area, or if there isn’t even one thing that they’re great at doing. A good example of the first case is the 2006 Chicago Bears. They were a very well balanced team. They had a phenomenal kick returner in Devin Hester, their defense was excellent, they had two quality running backs, and both their defensive and offensive lines were solid. The only glaring chink in their armor was their quarterback, Rex Grossman, who was exceptionally inconsistent. At times, he played extremely well and seemed to be flirting with greatness. Other times he seemed completely inept. This one festering flaw that the team chose to overlook that season ended up costing them The Big One. The things they were great at helped them get into the Super Bowl. Unfortunately for the team, Rex fumbled the game away. At least they won the NFC Championship, though. There’s not a single team that comes to mind that was able to win a championship without being great in at least one thing. The same principle applies in life. If you have a weakness, sooner or later it’s going to cost you. If you’re not great at something, it’s going to be hard for you to thrive in life. You need to know yourself. Know your strengths and weaknesses. Play to your strengths but don’t ignore your weaknesses. Work on eliminating them so that they don’t become an opening through which failure sneaks up on you.

5. Play through the pain. Football is a contact sport, a very rough one at that. You can be sure that at one point or another you’re going to get hurt. If you want to keep playing, you’re just going to have to suck it up and play hurt. Everyone who plays the game knows this and does this. Life is rough too. It’s full of dangers that threaten your safety and well-being. Invariably, at one point or another, you’re going to get hurt. However, you can’t let the pain of life stop you from doing the things that you need to do in order to succeed. It’s best to accept the fact that life is going to throw a fair share of pain your way and just keep forging ahead when it does.


6. Keep your opponent honest, balance your attack. It’s hard for a football team to be successful if they have a one-dimensional attack. If your team has a great passing game but your running game is useless, it’s going to be very difficult for you to win consistently. You’ll become predictable. Sooner or later, your opponents will adjust their defenses to you. Not only that, but you’re also limiting your options. There are situations where it just makes a lot more sense to run the ball rather than to pass

once again had a top-rated defense, they returned to the Super Bowl. The same principle applies in life. You need to have a good defense to protect yourself against the many dangers that life will throw your way, be it thieves trying to break into your house, salesmen selling you products or services of dubious value, diseases trying to ravage your body, or viruses attacking our computer. If you don’t take appropriate and reasonable measures to protect yourself, you’ll eventually lose at the game of life.

or nervous. You can’t think as clearly and you don’t respond as quickly to what’s going on around you. This holds true in life as well as in football. If you don’t enjoy life, chances are you won’t be successful. Find your passion and follow it. Don’t allow yourself to become overly burdened by your responsibilities. Don’t ignore them, by any means, but when you just have to do something, find a way to make it as pleasant as possible. Loosen up once in a while. Just have fun doing what you do and the people that you do it with.

it. If it’s fourth and one and you need to go for it, your odds of converting the first down are much lower if you pass than if you run - especially if your opponent knows that you’re going to pass.

8. Offense wins fans. While defense might be necessary for winning championships, it’s generally pretty boring for the fans. Sure, it’s great to win championships, but it’s also great to be remembered for the exciting things you accomplished. Which team do you think got more attention, the 2000 Baltimore Ravens or the 2000 St. Louis Rams? Which name do you think more people recognize, Ray Lewis or Kurt Warner?

10. Play to win. The objective of football is to win - to score more points than the other team. Can you imagine a football game where neither team cared whether they won or lost? Can you see the players on either of those teams pushing themselves to make the kind of plays that make football such an exciting sport? A whole layer of emotional intensity would be missing. It would be a pretty boring game, wouldn’t it? It would be boring to play and even more boring to watch.

Life is like that too. It will constantly put you in situations where you have to compete with others. If you become predictable because there’s only one thing that you can do well, you hand your competitors a great advantage. If, on the other hand, you keep them on their toes by mixing things up, you give them more to think about. This makes life harder for them and makes it easier for you to be more effective with the things that we do really well. 7. Defense wins championships. This has become a clichÈ now, probably because it’s been shown to be true time and again. Think 2000 Baltimore Ravens, or 2002 Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Both had great defenses and only lackluster offenses. Both won the Super Bowl. In fact, the 1972 Miami Dolphins, the only team in the NFL to have a perfect season, won the lowest scoring Super Bowl of all time by playing phenomenal defense. At the other end of the spectrum, “The Greatest Show on Turf”, as the 1999-2001 St. Louis Rams were called, also confirms this rule. They had the best offense going, bar none. They still stand as the only team in the NFL to score more than 500 points in 3 consecutive seasons. No other team has even done it 2 seasons in a row. Yet, even they couldn’t win the Super Bowl without a good defense. In 1999, when they had one of the toprated defenses in the league, they won the Super Bowl. In fact, it was a defensive play, now simply know as “The Tackle”, that preserved the win for them. (Fox Sports goes as far as ranking it the alltime Best Clutch Play of any Super Bowl.) In 2000, when their defense was ranked 2nd worst in the NFL, they barely made the playoffs and then got eliminated in the first round. In 2001, when they

Life works the same way. You won’t inspire others or build a great reputation if your only preoccupation is to protect yourself. You make a name for yourself by going out there and accomplishing something impressive.

“You won’t inspire others or build a great reputation if your only preoccupation is to protect yourself.” 9. Have fun. Football is a game. Games are meant to be fun. The best teams seem to be the ones whose players look like they’re having fun playing the game. There are a couple of reasons for this. First, pleasure is a great natural motivator. If you enjoy doing something, you’re much more inclined to spend time doing it. The more time you spend doing something, the more likely you are to be good at it. The better you are at something, the greater your odds of succeeding at it. Second, having fun makes you more relaxed. It’s hard to perform at your peak potential if you’re too tense

Life, like football, is better, richer and more exciting when we play to win. This lesson goes hand in hand with lesson #9. Winning isn’t everything; nor is it the only thing but it sure is a lot more fun than losing. The more you win, the more fun you have. The more fun you have, the longer you’ll play. The longer you play..., well, you get the idea. So the next time your wife or girlfriend starts chastising you about all the hours you spend watching football, help her to see how useful it really is by sharing some of these lessons with her. Don’t tell her you’re watching the Steelers devour the Bengals. Tell her that you’re watching the Steelers remind you to update the anti-virus software on your computer. She might burst out laughing, and she still might not understand football. But if you actually do update that software after the game is over, she just might let you watch in peace a little more often.

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laudio Domenicali, General Product Manager of Ducati Motor Holding, introduced the major and eagerly awaited new Ducati products for 2009. The motorcycles made their entrance on the runway ridden by Ducati factory racers and testers: Giulio Malagoli (Monster 1100), Niccolò Canepa (1198), Vittoriano Guareschi (Streetfighter) and Claudio Domenicali (1098 R Bayliss). It was a truly impressive, spectacular presentation that made the occasion even more thrilling.

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The real star of the event was the new Ducati Streetfighter, which is already among the top contenders for the title “best bike of the show”.

tion. Whether laying down the miles on open roads or ripping up the urban asphalt, no other bike in town will roll with the same stylish fire-power.

Stripped to the bare essentials, its combination of state-of-the-art race technology, exposed styling and cultured design takes Ducati’s big naked concept to the very top of the fighter food chain.

This ultimate naked will be ripping-up the asphalt from Spring 2009.

With 155hp of awesome Ducati L-Twin muscle harnessed in a stripped-down, super-light bike that packs more punch for its weight than any other contender, this fighter is gloves-off and ready for ac-

Ducati Streetfighter is also available in a “S” version equipped with Öhlins suspension, lightweight forged Marchesini wheels, carbon fibre parts and a street-going Ducati Traction Control.


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ngelina Armani™ is a distinctive combination of classic Hollywood elegance and unapologetic raw sexuality. The all-natural, 5’10” beauty wants to revolutionize the adult industry by showing that refinement and class can coexist with wild, passionate sex. Angelina is equally at ease striking poses on the red carpet, as she is in the bedroom going 0 to 60 in 3.3 seconds. Impressed by Digital Playground’s commitment to pristine quality, and its original and chic style of filming, Angelina knew she found a home. Angelina first came to the attention of Digital Playground’s owners Joone and Samantha Lewis at the premiere of the blockbuster movie “Pirates II: Stagnetti’s Revenge”. Flashes popped and reporters begged for an interview as Angelina walked the red carpet. Joone and Samantha noticed the way the cameras immediately fell in love with her. Angelina Armani was signed to an exclusive Digital Playground contract soon after. Angelina’s fabulous body has a lot to do with the attention showered upon her. The statuesque blonde credits her natural supermodel looks and long, gorgeous legs to her Russian heritage. In order to keep her body lean, toned, and extremely flexible, she rigorously trains in Pilates classes. Of course, her energetic, sexual escapades are a critical part of her workout regime as well.

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The end result is a body that magazines crave to place on their cover. Modeling for the mainstream world came easy to the glamorous Angelina, but it was her desire for adventure and sexual satisfaction that led her to Digital Playground. Angelina continues to model for both adult and mainstream. One of her favorite shoots was for a mixed martial arts website—a sport that has always captured her fascination. Angelina’s appreciation for martial arts derives from her family of soldiers and police officers. For Angelina, watching a fight is almost as arousing as having sex. Angelina is also entirely at ease in front of the movie camera. Movies allow her imagination to run wild in sinful delight. In fact, Angelina’s love for movies extends to reading screenplays in her limited downtime. Although she would cherish the opportunity to act in a mainstream film, she has no plans to leave the adult industry. The self-proclaimed nymphomaniac is too busy working hard to become an international adult superstar. Despite the fantastical nature of Angelina’s sudden rise to stardom, the Brooklyn native doesn’t put much stock in waiting for fairy tales to occur. This Russian princess isn’t looking for a knight to give her a happy ending. She’s doing it on her own! Angelina carefully studies the example set by her contract sisters, like Jesse Jane® and Stoya™, and is quickly moving into the public eye. Her Digital Playground contract was the first step, and she can’t wait for all the fame and fortune that will follow. For now, the world eagerly awaits Angelina Armani’s film debut “The Big Hit” and her forthcoming appearance on the covers of notable magazines around the world.

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