What app removes clothes from pictures?

An app like this is very simple to use and there’s something for everyone. It’s pretty well documented in the app’s wiki.

You should also check out the Wiki to see how to add/remove images.

You may also want to check out some of the other apps listed.

“This year when you can see an animal’s eyes, you just know that they have a heart.”

In the first two months of the 2014 NBA season alone, we saw the return of LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Kevin Durant, Carmelo Anthony, the newly revamped Kobe Bryant, Damian Lillard in Portland, Chris Paul in Dallas and Chris Paul in Orlando. I don’t think my team ever really seemed to miss an NBA player more than the Miami Heat, and I’m not talking about Tim Howard for who they would have just missed. I’m talking about players who were in the league for more than a decade on the outside but are now only just scratching the surface of their potential as superstars. I’m talking about Kevin Love, Russell Westbrook, Chris Bosh, LeBron James, Pau Gasol, Dirk Nowitzki, Steve Nash and Dirk Nowitzki’s successor, Rajon Rondo.

And while the NBA season may seem like a long way away, the NBA’s best teams haven’t even left their training camp. We just saw the return of James, Wade, Kevin Durant and Paul and we are still in the early stages of the West’s best roster so far.

With that in mind I was curious and started using the free-agent tracker to look at when each of the top 15 players for the first time last month. While players will always be at least somewhat interchangeable, there are a few things that really change on a yearly basis. When a young guy shows up, that player has to show flashes of his potential. With Rondo coming back, I can’t help but think about if this could be the new norm for the Celtics. Rondo is a player that has so many flaws. He can’t shoot, he cannot defend either, he can’t rebound and he can’t protect the rim or put the ball in the basket. He doesn’t score. He can’t do so many things, but he also doesn’t look like many other Celtics’ players. If Rondo proves in Orlando and New Orleans that he is a serious elite talent, maybe I will change my thinking and even see him as a top-15 fantasy asset.