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Top 10: Reasons To Ride A Motorcycle, By Marisa Miller

When she's not strutting her stuff on Victoria's Secret catwalks or posing for Harley-Davidson's latest summer 2010 campaign, Marisa Miller doesn't mind taking time out of her busy schedule to help AskMen readers become Better Man. What you're about to read is Marisa Miller's Top 10: Reasons To Ride A Motorcycle. Are you ready to invest in leather? We thought so. Here's what Marisa has to say: Riding a motorcycle will make you a Better Man because you get that adventurous side back in you. I think a lot of people struggle within their marriage or relationships or getting older because you end up stuck in a rut. This is something that will bring a whole new adventurous side to your life that you never thought you could do. Itís challenging, and I really like the challenge of it. That always builds self-esteem and confidence.

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The 7 Most Advanced System Security Tools For Windows 7

Who does not have any concern to protect his windows based PC from virus, trojans and other threats but to find a best solution to get rid of online threats is not that easy. You donít need to worry at all and leave this responsibility on us. You might do not believe but there are many Windows security tools out there that are absolutely free and incredible. Today, I am sharing 7 Most Advanced (But Free To Use) System Security Tools For Windows 7 with all of you. These tools work great on other windows versions too. So, start reading each entry in the list and see which tool suits your needs best. Remember, we are not listing any anti virus in this post and will compile separate list very soon.

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Nic Cage's 9 Most Batshit Insane Performances

Is Nicolas Cage a misunderstood genius or simply a poor actor? Would acclaimed, veteran directors like Werner Herzog, David Lynch, and Martin Scorsese really cast a bad actor in their films? While that question may be subjective, one thing is for certain: Cage is out of his freaking mind. In interviews and behind the scenes footage he rarely makes sense and seems to be sincerely content in his own world. While recently this world consists of debt reaching $6.2 million and countless memes regarding his Cthulhu-like hair, that hasn't stopped Cage from cranking out several films a year. Most of these are garbage, but every once in a blue moon audiences are treated to seriously remarkable performances; ones that you can't imagine anybody else delivering except for Cage. When he's at his most bold and confident, audiences are usually left scratching their heads over whether that was supposed to be funny or not. That's the power of Cage. The list doesn't include a few of his best performances (Leaving Las Vegas, Adaptation, Bringing Out the Dead), but that wasn't the aim here.

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5 Absurdly Dangerous Toys

No childhood is complete without a toy that could potentially kill those who wield it. Why, part of growing up is learning that Lego bricks are both sharp and incredible painful to pass through your body. But these toys are a different kind of dangerous. These traps of plasticÖ these manufactured facades donít lie dormant until you think itís okay to stick one in your mouth. No, these toys are lethal by their very nature. If they havenít made a serious attempt on your life, then somehow you are using them wrong.

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10 Out of Control Soccer Fan Celebration Photos

Weíve got crazy fans here in the U.S. Iíll admit to that. But Iíll also say I havenít seen a fan more insane than a soccer fan. For a sport that I think is extremely boring to watch the soccer fan is a different breed. Some soccer fans would literally KILL opposing fans. Some soccer fans light fireworks, shoot guns, riot, you name it. Itís absolutely insane to me but it happens all the time over there in Europe and Latin America.

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13 Simple Ways to Lower Your Electric Bill

Cities along the East Coast endured record-setting highs Tuesday, with more than half a dozen topping temperatures not seen since 1999, according to Accuweather.com. (Baltimore topped 105 degrees, compared with 101 in 1999; and Warwick, R.I., hit 103, up from 97 in 1999.) Power demand during the heat wave is also expected to hit record highs, with many utilities warning of brownouts and blackouts. Here's how to stay cool and keep electricity bills reasonable.

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5 Things You Didnít Know About Stephen Hawking

Stephen Hawking is undoubtedly the worldís most recognizable theoretical physicist, but letís take a look at five things you might not know about the longtime Cambridge professor.

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Cul de Sacs and 11 Other Unexpected Things That Are Making You Fat

Add another to our endless series of things that make you fat, many of which have to do with planning and design. The Harvard Business Review reports on a new study by Lawrence Frank of the University of British Columbia, that analyzed conditions in King County, Washington; he found that residents in neighbourhoods with grids and interconnected streets travelled 26% fewer miles by car than did those who lived in the neighbourhood of cul-de-sacs.

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10 Generals Who Got In Trouble With Their Chief

American General Stanley McChrystal was recently relieved of command by President Obama, for disparaging comments he made about the administration. He was the latest U.S. general to be sacked for crossing the Commander In Chief. Here, in alphabetical order, is a list of other generals from history who got into trouble of varying severity with their superiors.

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The 50 Most Gimmicky Uses for the iPad

Five months ago, Steve Jobs announced that Apple would be releasing a ďmagicalĒ device called the iPad. While it received decidedly mixed first impressions from the tech press at the time, Apple has had the last laugh, with 3 million iPads sold in its first 80 days. Love it or hate it, the iPad is here to stay ó as are gimmicky, viral video- and photo-ready uses for it. During these first five months, there have been creative, bizarre, and bizarrely creative uses for the iPad aplenty, propelled by an Internet that canít seem to get enough of them. Weíve taken it upon ourselves to catalog them all in one place for posterityís sake.

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