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Over the course of the next several days, Bad Gone Blog is going to profile one of the many “Bad Hot” female tennis players. Check back frequently to indulge yourself in their magnificent beauty.

Agnieszka Radwanska

Agnieszka Radwanska

The next “Bad Hot” female tennis player we are going to profile is Agnieszka Radwanska. She recently posed nude in the Sports Illustrated’s nude issue which is due to hit stands in the very near future.

The sexy Miss Radwanska was born in Krakow, Poland on 3/06/89 and she still resides there currently. She stands 5 foot 8 inches tall and weighs 123 pounds. She is currently ranked 4th in the WTA tour standings having won 2 singles titles this year and 12 overall in her career.

She is only 24 years old, and she should have many more good years ahead of her.

For those of you who love those European Polish ladies, you are going to love her. You will see why she is on our list of “Bad Hot” tennis players (by clicking on the pictures a full sized version will open for more pleasurable viewing).

Agnieszka Radwanska

Agnieszka Radwanska

Agnieszka Radwanska

Agnieszka Radwanska

Agnieszka Radwanska

Agnieszka Radwanska

Agnieszka Radwanska

Agnieszka Radwanska

Agnieszka Radwanska

Agnieszka Radwanska

Agnieszka Radwanska

Agnieszka Radwanska

 


In a fantastically strange bit of news from the Land of the Rising Sun, a “psychic attack” straight out of a Stephen King novel was reported at an all-girls school, sending over a dozen to the hospital and shaking up the student body.

Last Wednesday at the well-known prep school Kamigōri High in Hyogo, Japan, emergency services were called out and a reported 18 girls were taken to two separate hospitals after what was described as a bizarre, hour long “state of panic” during which dozens of teen girls began hyperventilating.

The initial incident began around 11:45am when a first year student began complaining of a “bad feeling”. Her hyperventilating sparked a chain of similar events that affected 17 first years, and one third year student.

Things got even stranger when rumors began spreading that the incident was actually the work of a psychic attack dealt from the first girl to exhibit the bizarre symptoms.

According to the Aioi police department, it was well known amongst the other students that the girl displayed “supernatural senses” and they believed she was to blame for the hospitalizations.

Some of the girls at Kamigori High took to Facebook and Twitter to air their concerns following the event.

“This doesn’t seem like simple hyperventilation,”fellow student Kaisei Yoshimura said. “There are a lot of suspicious rumors spreading around the internet. Wonder if they’re better off calling in an exorcist?”

The victims have since been released from the hospital and have shown no long term after effects. The girl accused of psychically attacking her fellow students has not responded to rumors about her alleged psychic abilities and authorities have not released her name to the public, although I suspect it might be Carrie.

What do you think happened at the prep-school? Did a Japanese “Carrie” show a display of psychic powers? Or was this simply a case of mass hysteria?

 


Prosecutors in Southern California will file a murder charge against the teenage half brother in the death of an 11-year-old boy who was the subject of an intense search.
Riverside County District Attorney spokesman John Hall said Friday that the 16-year-old suspect will make a court appearance Monday in juvenile court.

The Associated Press is not identifying the suspect because of his age.

Prosecutors are asking a judge to determine if the case should be transferred to adult court.

Terry Dewayne Smith Jr.’s body was found after a four day search Wednesday in a shallow grave under a tree behind the house he shared with his mother, half brother and other family.

A woman who told authorities she’d had visions led authorities to the body, a detective in the case said Thursday.

Riverside County Sheriff’s Detective John Powers told KFI-AM radio that Pam Ragland found the body matching the description of Smith.

Powers said Ragland called a tip line to say she was envisioning a location, and was invited to join the search.

Ragland and her children came to the house without knowing it was the boy’s, walked on to the property and right to the partially buried body, according to the detective.

Powers said he searched the area previously without seeing it. He said the situation is “extremely bizarre” and he’s “blown away.”

On Thursday, the bereaved father said he had been expecting his son to fly home this summer to live with him in West Virginia after two years with his mom in Southern California.

“All I want to do is get Terry Jr. back here because that was the last thing he told me on the phone,” said Smith Sr., a 62-year-old retired truck driver. “He wanted to come home.”

Initial reports from the mother, relayed by law enforcement, described Terry Jr. as an autistic boy who took special medication and answered only to his nickname, “JuJu.” His father, however, insisted that his son was not autistic.

The boy lived with him until 2011, when he went to live with his mother, and was a normal kid who loved video games and baseball, he said.

“He was a very bright, well-adjusted child, at least he was when he left here,” said Smith Sr. “He pushed buttons and would aggravate you. But, other than that, it was just the typical way … of a typical boy trying to get his way.”

Smith Sr. also helped raise the half brother accused in the case, he said. The teen moved from West Virginia to California after his mother abruptly pulled him out of school, he said.
“I taught him how to walk. I helped him when he was on the baseball team here,” he said, recalling that he called the half brother “little Spider-Man.”

A phone listing for the boy’s mother, Shawna Smith, was disconnected. Messages left at a second number associated with her address were not returned.

Investigators told Smith Sr. that Terry Jr. died after a hit to the head but declined to say more, citing a request from police who are still working the case.

 


Former Phillies catcher Darren Daulton, who underwent brain surgery earlier this month to remove two tumors, has been diagnosed with glioblastoma, an aggressive form of brain cancer.

Here is a statement released by 97.5 FM The Fanatic: On behalf of the Board of the Darren Daulton Foundation, and on behalf of Darren and his family, the following is an update on Darren’s condition and the September 9th golf outing at LuLu Country Club.

Darren has been diagnosed with a Glioblastoma (“GBM”), a form of brain cancer. He has returned to his Clearwater area home to continue recuperating amongst his immediate family and friends. He will eventually begin treatments in Florida. Darren and his family wish to thank everyone for their loving support throughout this difficult time. He is deeply touched.

In typical fashion, he again said, “Right on; Fight on.” Darren and his family request that everyone respect his privacy and that of his family during this period of time. At his urging, I can report that the September 9, 2013 golf tournament that benefits the Foundation will continue as planned.

The statement is unclear on whether or not all cancerous cells have been removed, but according to the American Brain Tumor Association’s website, these tumors “are usually highly malignant (cancerous) because the cells reproduce quickly and they are supported by a large network of blood vessels.”

This is a very difficult form of cancer to treat, according to ABTA: Prognosis is usually reported in years of “median survival.” Median survival is the time at which an equal number of patients do better and an equal number of patients do worse. With standard treatment, median survival for adults with an anaplastic astrocytoma is about two to three years. For adults with more aggressive glioblastoma, treated with concurrent temozolamide and radiation therapy, median survival is about 14.6 months and two-year survival is 30%.

However, a 2009 study reported that almost 10% of patients with glioblastoma may live five years or longer.

 


Today’s bad hot of the day is Stacy Keibler. She has been immersed in our life since she starred in World Championship Wrestling as Miss Hancock and later in the WWE were she really blew up across the national landscape for her gorgeous look and stunning legs and ass.

Stacy Keibler

Stacy Keibler

Be sure to check out her other pictures below. You won’t be disappointed. Be sure to follow her on twitter Stacy Keibler Twitter

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Stacy Keibler

Stacy Keibler

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Stacy Keibler

Stacy Keibler

Stacy Keibler

Stacy Keibler

Stacy Keibler

Stacy Keibler

Stacy Keibler

Stacy Keibler

Stacy Keibler

Stacy Keibler

Stacy Keibler

Stacy Keibler

Stacy Keibler


Today’s bad hot of the day is simply gorgeous Amber Heard. Rumor has it she is either lesbian or bisexual at the least. Regardless, I am sure she has no trouble finding lovers whether it be a man or a woman…

Amber Heard

Amber Heard

Be sure to check out additional pictures below. By clicking on the image, you can view it in it’s full size. Enjoy…

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Amber Heard

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Amber Heard

Amber Heard

Amber Heard

Amber Heard


An oldie yet a goodie. Check out Julianna Hough in this 2008 photo wearing nothing but the American flag…

Julianne Hough

Julianne Hough

 


On Thursday at Wimbledon, Marion Bartoli advanced to her second ever Wimbledon final with a convincing win over Kristen Flipkens. That semifinal win might have been expected, but something that ESPN brought to our attention during the telecast was a number that had a lot of us doing a double take.

Bartoli is apparently a pretty smart young woman, so smart that her IQ is higher than that of notables like Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking.

The average American IQ is 98, the same average as in France, so Bartoli is well above that number. Her IQ of 175 has her in the top 0.0003 percent of the world, so yeah, that’s a staggering number from a pretty darn good tennis player.

But, we wouldn’t be doing our job if we didn’t give you the best quote ever about Intelligent Quotient, by a man on the list you see above.

“People who boast about their I.Q. are losers,” Stephen Hawking once said. Take that, Bartoli!

 


Transplanting tiny ‘liver buds’ constructed from human stem cells restores liver function in mice, researchers have found. Although preliminary, the results offer a potential path towards developing treatments for the thousands of patients awaiting liver transplants every year.

The liver buds, approximately 4 mm across, staved off death in mice with liver failure, the researchers report this week in Nature1. The transplanted structures also took on a range of liver functions — secreting liver-specific proteins and producing human-specific metabolites. But perhaps most notably, these buds quickly hooked up with nearby blood vessels and continued to grow after transplantation.

The results are preliminary but promising, says Valerie Gouon-Evans, who studies liver development and regeneration at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York. “This is a very novel thing,” she says. Because the liver buds are supported by the host’s blood system, transplanted cells can continue to proliferate and perform liver functions.

However, she says, the transplanted animals need to be observed for several more months to see whether the cells begin to degenerate or form tumours.

There is a dire scarcity of human livers for transplant. In 2011, 5,805 adult liver transplants were done in the United States. That same year, 2,938 people died waiting for new livers or became too sick to remain on waiting lists.

However, attempts to create complex organs in the laboratory have been challenging. Takanori Takebe, a stem-cell biologist at Yokohama City University in Japan who co-led the study, believes this is the first time that people have made a solid organ using induced pluripotent stem cells, which are created by reprogramming mature skin cells to an embryo-like state.

Testing whether liver buds could help sick patients is years away, says Takebe. Apart from the need for longer-term experiments in animals, it is not yet possible to make liver buds in quantities sufficient for human transplantation.

In the current work, Takebe transplanted buds surgically at sites in the cranium or the abdomen. In future work, Takebe hopes to create liver buds small enough to be delivered intravenously in mice and, eventually, in humans. He also hopes to transplant the buds to the liver itself, where he hopes they will form bile ducts, which are important for proper digestion and were not observed in the latest study.

Self-organizing structures

The researchers make the liver buds from three types of human cells. First, they coax induced pluripotent stem cells into a cell type that expresses liver genes. Then they add endothelial cells (which line blood vessels) from umbilical cord blood, and mesenchymal stem cells, which can make bone, cartilage and fat. These cell types also come together as the liver begins to form in the developing embryo.

“It’s a great day for developmental biology,” says Kenneth Zaret, who studies regenerative medicine and liver development at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. “By reconstituting cell interactions that we know are important for natural liver progression, they get what appears to be robust, mature tissue.”

The project began with an unexpected phenomenon, says Takebe. Hoping to find ways of to make vascularized liver tissues, he tried culturing multiple cell types together and noticed that they began to self-organize into three-dimensional structures. From there, the process for making liver buds took hundreds of trials to tweak parameters such as the maturity and ratios of cells.

Other organs

This strategy takes a middle path between two common strategies in regenerative medicine. For simple, hollow organs such as the bladder and trachea, researchers seed scaffolds with living cells and then transplant the entire organ into patients. Researchers have also worked to create pure cultures of functional cells in the laboratory, hoping that cells could be infused into patients, where they would establish themselves. But even if the cells work perfectly in the laboratory, says Gouon-Evans, the process of harvesting cells can damage them and destroy their function.

Zaret thinks that the liver buds work might encourage an intermediate approach. “Basically, put the cells in a room together and let them talk to each other and make the organ.”

Self-organizing structures from stem cells have also been observed for other organ systems, such as the optic cup, an early structure in eye development2. And ‘mini-guts’ have been grown in culture from single human stem cells3.

Takebe believes that the self-organizing approach might also be applicable to other organs, such as lung, pancreas and kidney.

 




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