A Yacht Designed By Porsche

If I have a few billion in my pocket, I might consider getting a yacht.

Something that looks as good as this one from Porsche Design Studio.

It’s a 41 metre catamaran with two 4,600hp MTU 16V 4000 M93L diesel engines and two Rolls-Royce KaMeWa waterjets. Top speed is 35 knots.

No indication of price…

Just as well, I only need to hire one for a few months.

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Shudys R Italian Crocs

Bright and cheery

These driving shoes come from Italy

Rubber they may be

But smarter looking

than the more commonplace Crocs.

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A Luminous Softwall

Molo Designs integrates LED lighting into its textile softwall.

Being modular means you can play around with the height and the width as well as the overall shape.

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The VW Polo BlueMotion Will Help Balance Your Budget

Why?

Cos a tankful of diesel can keep you going for 800km.

How does it do it?

  • The 1.2-litre TDI three-cylinder common rail diesel engine churns out 75 PS, and 133 lbs ft of torque from just 2,000 rpm.
  • Longer gearing through the five-speed manual gearbox.
  • Regenerative braking.
  • Automatic Start/Stop system.
  • 91 g/km of CO2
  • 80.7 mpg on the combined cycle.

£14,445 RRP for a 3door.

Why pay more for a hybrid?

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A Dream Of A Bathroom

The bathtub here is like an island surrounded by water. And the seaview makes this particular space a dream of a room.

Just be careful not to linger in it longer than you should!

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Never Seen Photo Of Audrey Hepburn

Never? Yes, never. This pic is a 2009 creation.

Today as a matter of fact.  November 1 2009.

The picture of Audrey herself on the bike is not new. Urban setting that one.

Here she is with her doggie on her bike in a far lovelier setting.

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Marni Lends her Lovely Voice To Deborah

Marni Nixon dubbed Deborah Kerr’s singing voice again in An Affair to Remember, one year after dubbing her in The King and I. wiki

Here is the beautiful Deborah Kerr in An Affair To Remember. So hard to tell she’s being dubbed!

Marni is 79 and still singing! Perhaps the joy of singing helps keep her strong?