Carly Baker Nude Pics – UNCENSORED

Carly Baker Nude

Is that Carly Baker nude? That’s right. Carly’s the latest UFC U.K. Octagon girl for a reason. Like the other ladies, she’s voluptuous and knows how to show some skin with class. Check out our top 20 Carly Baker pics gallery. Warning she is pretty close to naked in many of the pics. Not safe for work.

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Ronda Rousey NUDE UNCENSORED ESPN Pics leaked

ronda rousey nude nipple slip

Here are the Ronda Rousey nude pics from ESPN and Maxim’s annual special edition “Body Issue”, which originally hit news stands back on July 13, 2012. Since the revealing photos, Rousey has followed up with even more beautiful photos for various media companies. We have those as well here. As for the question to who’s the rumored Ronda Rousey boyfriend, he has recently came out and revealed who he is. Sadly, her love interest is a fellow UFC fighter that is currently facing assault charges from his (current) wife, with whom he has children with. Rousey has since told the media that it was out of self defense.

Rousey Update

The former champ has recently relinquished her title to the very talented former WBC boxing champ Holly Holm. Prior to Rousey’s loss, she was seen defeating Beth Correia via first round KO. Currently Rousey is serving a six month medical suspension, due to the head kick knockout she suffered  in her loss to Holm. It is also important to note that the six month suspension may be waived prior to the date with a doctor clearance. Whether Rousey will be willing to return to the octagon sooner than later is another question. Many analyst such as former UFC contender Kenny Florian has publicly stated that Rousey would need at least a year of improvements in her striking. Mainly kickboxing as Holm used distance and kicks to dethrone the former UFC champ.

EA Sports UFC – A Year in Review

No question about it. EA Sports dropped a bombshell on gamers and UFC fans when they dropped EA Sports UFC last year. The team has just teased a working alpha version of a improved version that is likely to be the predecessor to the fan favorite title. Featuring top stars both active and inactive (Chuck Liddell returns) in action. The company has been slowly leaking out photos of fighters weekly, but now we get a animated preview with creative director Brian Hayes, who also looks amazingly computer-generated as well.

Targeted for Spring 2016, EA Sports UFC is previewed on the newly minted next-gen consoles,  Xbox One and Playstation 4. Here’s what the guys over at EA let us know in their press release:

Las Vegas, Nev. – EA SPORTS™ UFC® kicks off 2016 with the first look at the future of sports video games. EA SPORTS UFC Gameplay Series: Next-Gen Fighters is a new video that spotlights how EA SPORTS UFC will bring the next-generation of videogame athletes to life by recreating the real-world athleticism, physiology and emotion of world-class fighters in ways never possible before. By leveraging the latest technology to capture and deliver the most true-to-life likeness and motion of each fighter, a new bar has been set. In the world of EA SPORTS UFC, Anthony Pettis has his swagger, Georges St-Pierre respects the opposition and Jon Jones really gets to be Jon Jones. Watch all these athletes come to life in EA SPORTS UFC Gameplay Series: Next-Gen Fighters now.

EA SPORTS UFC Gameplay Series is a collection of developer videos that go deep into the core features of EA SPORTS UFC with brand new gameplay details and all-new in-game footage. Be on the lookout for more videos in the coming weeks that explore dynamic striking, submission battles, living world, and much more.

EA SPORTS UFC is in development at EA Canada in Vancouver and will be available for the PlayStation® 4 computer entertainment system and Xbox One, the all-in-one games and entertainment system from Microsoft. The game has not yet been rated by the ESRB and PEGI; visit and for more information. Become a fan of EA SPORTS UFC on Facebook at and follow us on Twitter via

Will make sure to keep you posted as more info comes to us on the highly anticipated video game.

Secret Stash: The Joe Rogan Experience Podcast

“You silly, silly bitch.” That’s the type of comments you can expect when you tune-in to The Joe Rogan Experience podcast with host Joe Rogan. If you’re not aware of who Joe Rogan (@JoeRogan) is — in a nutshell he’s a long time comedian, martial arts expert and working actor. You probably know him as the host of Fear Factor and or the color commentator of the Ultimate Fighter Championship (UFC). But what makes him different from others in the field is his diverse and uncommon interests. From advocating marijuana [like us] and isolation tanks, to disproving chem-trails, Rogan will talk on an obscure topic you’ve never heard of and sell the shit out of it.

Obviously the show is not for everyone, as debauchery and raunch can take over in a split second. Usually this can be credited to the producer and co-host Brian Redban (@RedBan). Personally, I find the filth humorous and perfectly sparse . Don’t act like you’ve never laughed at a dick joke. Just be warned, it’s not office friendly – so get your earphones out. Let’s review.

Production: Not a strong suite of the show. The Podcast started with snowflakes on Ustream, as I stumbled on to it one day, noticing Rogan and Redban experimenting. There were long awkward gaps of silence as they tinkered. Since then, the video quality has improved tremendously, the audio is studio level now, the graphics have been  updated with matching psychedelic themes and the guests are usually phenomenal. So, what’s my problem?  The audio levels do still jump around, which can be an annoyance, especially when a boisterous guest like Joey Diaz comes on or a soft spoken guest isn’t matching Rogan’s octaves. I find myself constantly lowering and raising the volume on those occassions. Another small issue is the three hour format, which can cut the show right when a great topic comes up. The only way to fix these issues would be to script or structure the show, which would take away from it’s indie, counter-culture feel. I’ll deal with it.

Entertainment: The most important element. The guys aren’t knocking it out of the park every time up, but their batting average is on some Barry Bonds steroid level shit. The  guests are life enriching with the wealth of information they bring to the show. I used to think that my enjoyment of the show was because Joe’s views resonated with my odd views, but the community proves that many of us think the same. I’ve never had anyone (including Rogan haters) I’ve introduced the show, not at least become intrigued by the posed questions.

Ad-Freedom: Nobody likes ads, but publishers need to pay the bills. The show does it’s best to not make the advertising obtrusive, but sometimes the intro rants can become bothersome. Really, we shouldn’t be complaining, since we get the content free of charge, unlike some other podcasts. You also have the option of purchasing Sirius XM radio if you want the show ad-free.

Accessibility: I love being able to start listening in the office and then jump in my car and continue on where I was. I credit this to the JRE army, spreading the content far and wide. You can get the podcast on Vimeo, Youtube, Ustream, Stitcher, iTunes, Podcast directories and smartphone Apps. I even found a app on my discontinued Boxee Box (IPTV).  

Frequency: We all want more, but Joe is a busy man. Luckily he’s helped introduce many of his like-minded friends to podcasting, creating the ever-growing Deathsquad crew. Joe’s off a week doing stand-up and the UFC, I catch up with Duncan Trussell’s Family Hour, or Joey Diaz’s Church of What’s Happening Now and there’s many more. Check out DeathSquad.TV for a good list of similar podcasts.

Educating: As the host says, “get it together bitches.” You aren’t going to ever grow if you don’t learn how to control your environment. Hunter S. Thompson taught me that. Rogan has professionals in important and or fascinating fields that will give you a crash course in everything from politics to cryptocurrency to end of the world planning. You don’t need to buy what they’re selling, but it’s a start to knowing what’s out there. I just learned about Bit coin from a recent episode with Andreas Antonopoulos. After most episodes I feel enriched with what I would of never learned if it wasn’t for The Joe Rogan Experience. Praise Odin.

The Future of Google Glass and What it Means

It’s coming, whether you’re ready or not. The cyborg future. Hopefully not the kind depicted in Star Trek (The Borg collective) or  in your favorite sci-fi author’s books, but one that makes a better tomorrow for human life. Slowly, tech such as Google Glass are expected to merge closer with our biology in the coming years. We’ve already started to see the mind-controlled and now ‘touch-feeling’  prosthetic limbs emerge and it’s only getting better.

Google Glass 2

Google Glass 2

You may think of Google Glass as a novelty gadget, and maybe it is right now, but it will evolve. Version 2 of the Glass has recently been previewed and it’s a huge step up, not only in specifications, but in aesthetics. The search engine giant has also recently mentioned that they are currently testing a contact lens that detects glucose levels of the user.

That may not be the biggest news for the average person, but if you simply extrapolate the rate of evolution, we’re not far off from a advanced contact version of Glass. The device could hypothetically produce better than 20/20 vision, track our health and of course replace our smart-phone as Glass attempts to now. Now imagine the same type of progression in all other gadgets.  We will be able to extend our lives profoundly. Think of what implications a 24/7 full body health monitor would have. And don’t forget our Artificial Intelligence evolution thanks to quantum computing. A.I. will not only be driving us around as we’re starting to see with Google Cars – it’s expected to solve many of the worlds most perplexing problems.

Of course, this is all projections, hypothesis’, made by professionals much more intelligent than I. Obviously I buy in to a utopian future, and perhaps that is just mere optimism, but if you follow any tech or science blogs, you know that there is unthinkable, astounding technologies emerging daily. After all, what’s the counter to our long running proven progression of technology?

Well, there is some. If you listen to pessimistic or “realist” economist and or analysts, they’ll tell you that our finite sources our dwindling, that our economy is entering a collapse, and that our earth is beyond repair. I would like to think they’re simply crazy, but there is some data to back-up their depressing claims. The way I see it is it’s a race of tech versus human error and If I were a betting man, I’d bet on tech being our savior as we come on the brink of alleged destruction.

Marijuana, Good or bad? History in review

Weed, cannabis, chronic, bud. The popular flower with psychoactive effects goes by many monikers. Whatever you call the plant, you probably share a strong negative or positive opinion on it’s use. But are your assumption correct? Lets review.

The Effects

The drug has earned its reputation due to its desired effect on the human brain. Users feel relaxation, mild euphoria, relieved nausea,increased appetite, increased sensitivity, which is overall described as feeling “high.” Because of these factors, marijuana is used in aiding numerous psychological and physical disorders — lending credence to medicinal use in many states.

Of course, it’s not all desired effects. Many users report dry mouth and eyes, impaired short-term memory, anxiety and rapid heart-rate during use. The effects subdue once the user sobers within 1 – 3 hours on average.

Cause for Confusion

Misnomers (untrue)

Marijuana Devils Harvest

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Permanent brain damage: marijuana does clearly affect short term memory during use. Once the drug wears off, short term memory returns. As of now there is not one well-founded study proving any long-term brain damage. Ironically, it’s actually shown positive effects on tumor growth on the brain.

Highly Addictive: Chemical addiction is what happens when your dopamine levels  (natural rewards system) are hijacked by a foreign substance. Marijuana does not in any way attack the brains reward system like say cocaine, nicotine, and methamphetamine do. Marijuana is not physically addictive, however it can turn in to an addictive lifestyle, just as anything else can like obesity. Today’s psychology will explain that marijuana ‘addicts’ relate positive emotions to their marijuana use, causing codependency for basic daily functioning.

Gateway Drug: Early propaganda on the drug had reported that marijuana would cause users to move to much more dangerous drugs such as heroin. The same reports also suggested that marijuana caused violent acts such as rape, which has since been rebuked. Not one valid study is yet to prove that marijuana is in fact a gateway drug.

Marijuana is Deadly: No. There has never been even one official death by marijuana overdose. Via DEA/Department of Justice:

“Theoretically you have to consume nearly 1,500 pounds of marijuana within about fifteen minutes to induce a lethal response .”

Digging Deeper

The History of “Marihuana”

Today’s culture has been built on the strong belief that marijuana is and has always been a dangerous drug. Much of the propaganda can be traced back to 1920s – 30s, however can still be echoed today.

Marijuana’s non-psychoactive close relative hemp (which doesn’t get you high) continued to thrive at the time, thanks to agricultural advancements, as it produced everything from oils, paper, wax, rope, clothing, nutrition and much more.

As hemp production continued to rise, the DuPont Corporation had patented synthetics in 1937 to replace hemp. Made from finite resources, oil and coal, the synthetics created plastics, cellophane, celluloid, methanol, nylon, rayon, and dacron. One of the biggest uses would be paper made from the use of wood pulp derived from DuPont’s sulfate process. The company did not foresee the improvements in mechanical agriculture which made hemp the easy choice.

The patent ultimately also took DuPont 12 years and $27 million dollars to accomplish. Though it would look to still be an inferior product to the newly optimized agriculture of hemp, the company would continue forward.


That continued step forward was likely due to the largest investor in DuPont. The U.S. Secretary of the Treasure to Herbert Hoover at the time, Andrew Mellon. Mellon would help  form the Federal Bureau of Narcotics (later evolving to today’s DEA) where he  placed his nephew-in-law Harry Anslinger as the head of the department . Quickly Anslinger would provoke a war against the plants. Smear campaigns such as “Reefer Madness” began to appear in mainstream shortly after. It would not take long after the propaganda’s spread of disinformation (no internet to fact check) that marijuana, along with its non-psychoactive relative hemp received the reputation of being deadly, as well as being powerful enough to cause users to rape innocent victims uncontrollably.

The fear of the drug caused quick prohibition of the plants, clearing the path for Dupont’s products to replace hemp as the new required commodity.

DuPont’s victory led to the standard in many of todays most highly produced products. Sadly, we only now know of the dangers of parabens from oil based products like plastic which have been linked to cancer, heart disease, brain damage (irony), impotence, hormone disruption and asthma.

The Author biased?

Of course. Who isn’t? You should know I have smoked marijuana on and off for over 10 years. I use very sparsely (once or twice a week in small quantities). Regardless, I am being as objective as possible with the topic. I considered the pros, cons and unknown variables relentlessly and I have come to the decision (for now) that marijuana brings more positive than negative to my life.

So you’re recommending Marijuana, right?

Yes and no. If you do not have self control, no. Psychological issues, definitely not. If you are uneducated on the effects — nope. If you are looking to explore your mind and you can be responsible with it — maybe.

In Closing

We are all different and marijuana is not for everyone. It’s my opinion that inaccurate depictions of marijuana made by big corporations has blinded the masses to is positive aspects. I’m of the belief that this will one day change as we’ve seen lately in Colorado.

Now – I am open to have a logical debate with anyone on the subject. I’m always interested to hear other perspectives and new facts. Drop me a response below and I’ll respond as long as you are sincere and not a troll.

Should I buy an Xbox One Now? Here’s what you should know

Console wars are entertainingly nasty.  We flame each other in forums and comments over the choice someone else made with THEIR money. If you haven’t seen the finale of South Park, they really nailed the trivial PS4 vs. Xbox One wars. Don’t get me wrong, I do understand the logic behind defending such a huge investment in a console – especially with the Xbox One. I took that $600 ($499 console + tax + one game) plunge and it was not an easy decision. I’ll admit, I even sometimes question if I made a $600 mistake. Here’s what I’ve found in my breakdown, which I hope helps you make an intelligent decision.

The Hardware: You’ll hear conflicting reports on who has the faster console, but truth be told, they are faster in different aspects. Most will agree however that with all things considered, Sony has the slight edge again in overall hardware. I wouldn’t let that be a deciding factor though. In the end it comes down to the developers use of the technology. Despite the PS3 having better hardware specs than the 360, statistics showed that renderings were better on Xbox 360 with majority of cross-platform games.

Ryse GraphicsEntertainment: In my opinion this is what matters the most. Do you enjoy your console? Moving from the 360 to One, I felt that I enjoyed the older console more. Why? Possibly because of the lack of my favorite titles and small list of products in the store currently. Obviously that’ll change, but for now I have to enjoy what I have. The games I do have are really fun (RYSE, COD Ghost, DR3), but I’ll be coming to the end of them soon.

Really the Xbox One is made to be enjoyed with their integrated television watching experience. Instead it angered me because “One” does not support my lone service provider in my area (COX sucks!), like it does say Verizon Fios TV. You can plug any external box into the Xbox One, but it doesn’t do anything, other than launch it. I ended up running the Cox cable box on its own to save the electricity of running both.

Cost: $599 is not cheap. Microsoft forces the Kinect down your throat to justify it’s extra $100 charge over the competitor. Whether you’re in to the new camera and voice recognition or not, it’s a bundled deal for now. Reports have surfaced that Microsoft will be releasing a lite version of the Xbox One that reduces the price, to compete with the Playstation 4.

“Microsoft will be releasing a lite version of the Xbox One that reduces the price.”

Exclusives: Titles like RYSE, Forza and Dead Rising 3 can only be found on Xbox One. Just as games like InFamous and Resistance can only be found on PS4. It comes down to taste whether you like this or that. If the past tells us anything, it says Microsoft will pay publishers for more exclusive content in the long run. And if you do have a good cable provider that is supported by Xbox One, then you’ll likely enjoy that television integration with Xbox One, which Sony does not offer.


The Playstation 4 is the obvious choice for the economic gamer. However, if you’re a big Xbox Live user and or user of premium cable providers like Fios, AND you have the extra hundred to hand over, then you’ll enjoy Xbox One. That’s a lot of ifs, and even though I don’t fit in all categories, the fact is I enjoy the exclusive titles and the familiarity. I am very happy with my Xbox One. The graphics are mind-blowing, the speed (except when installing/updating) is awesome, and besides, most of my friends and family are still on Xbox Live. That’s probably where they have most of us stuck.