Blu-ray releases: Week of November 17th

“Wallllllll-eeeeeee!”  Yep, it’s coming to your nearest blu-ray player this week.  There’s also a “Chick Flick” 3-pack hitting blu-ray, which I’m sure alot of you guys want to pick up for some much-needed brownie points.  Check the full list after the jump.

7 ways to decode your girlfriend’s text message

Mobile Maven has a post up that every man should take a look at.  They’ve got 9 ways to decode your girlfriend’s text message.  Read it, study it, practice it.  If there’s one thing women hate, it’s when you don’t know what they’re thinking.  If you know she’s mad, and you ask if she’s mad, you’re likely to anger her more.

The unfortunate thing is that it’s more difficult to read a woman when you’re not in her presence.  Read below to figure out what she’s really saying.  We like the 9 ways, but we’re going to condense it a little.  Get your notepad ready:

1. Periods. Any time she writes a period at the end of the text (when the otherwise general lack of words would suffice to show that the thought is over) she’s one of two things: demanding, or pissed off. Probably at you. If you’re getting a lot of them, it’s a safe bet that you’re in trouble.

2. Exclamation Point! This is a universal sign of excitement, and it means she wants you to immediately picture her smiling and eager. Generally a good thing, unless she’s got energy to beat out the energizer bunny.

3. Question Mark? Obviously, questions need appropriate punctuation, especially in texts were there is no tone. Frequent question marks-especially when there isn’t really a question, like ‘We’ll meet up later?’ means she’s harboring some serious insecurities about your relationship.

4. Later. If she’s a buddy, ‘later’ is totally standard. If she’s your leading lady, ‘later’ is not good. Think about it-there’s ‘see you later’, ‘talk to you later’, and all sorts of ways of making plans in very casual ways, but she’s going out of her way to be brief and noncommittal. Not a good sign for you.

Giselle Bundchen in Elle’s December 2008 issue

Giselle Giselle.  Only a few words can describe the eighth wonder of the world, because the rest won’t do her justice.  She’s got looks that could take your breath away in a millisecond.  For the first time, we’re more concerned about a woman that isn’t on the cover of the magazine (sorry, Carrie).

Giselle Bundchen steals the show with her spread in next month’s issue of Elle. Check the rest of the shots after the jump.

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The Future of F1: Ferrari Zobin Concept

Saimak Ruhi Dehkordi, an Iranian mechanical engineer of 10 years has designed the Zobin Concept, a single seater aerodynamic sports car inspired by Ferrari’s F1 cars.

The exterior of the Zobin has a front structure with an attached metal band which holds the headlights and integrates into the front spoiler and fenders.

A mid-rear compact engine will power the concept and Dehkordi says that the Zobin Concept is the future of F1 racing.

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756-hp Carlsson Aigner CK65 RS ‘Eau Rouge’ Dark Edition

Carlsson unveiled the Carlsson Aigner CK65 RS “Eau Rouge” Dark Edition today at the Zurich Auto Show.  They’ve beefed up the CL65 AMG to get up to 756 horses.  Currently, there are only 10 units planned to hit the production line.

The CK65 RS has a two-tone color combo with Obsidian Black Metallic and Himalaya gray.  The body kit’s more aerodynamically sound than the original AMG model and the price tag reflects it.  Bi-xenon headlights, a radiator grille, and 21-inch ligh alloy wheels were also added.  The interior’s blessed with a leather/alcantara trim, aluminum pedals and illuminated door sills.

There will be two versions offered – a V12 Bi-Turbo that pushes out 705 horses and another that pushes 756 horses. Performance is enhanced with a sport exhaust system and Carlsson’s C-Tronic Suspension which lowers the CK65 RS by 30mm.

So what’s the price tag for the Carlsson Aigner CK65 “Eau Rouge” Dark Edition?  The 705-hp stage starts from 319,000 euros and the second power stage starts from 374,000 euros.

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