Morning Uristocrat: Coke, Lamborghni Aventador, Plaxico Burress, Libya and more…

Rebels Pour Into Central Tripoli Square in Libya
It look’s like the reign of Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi has come to an end. Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi’s grip on power dissolved with astonishing speed on Monday as rebels marched into the capital and arrested two of his sons, while residents raucously celebrated the prospective end of his four-decade-old rule.
Source: NYTimes

Peter Gregson for Coca-Cola
Coca-Cola is celebrating its 125th year anniversary and part of the celebration includes this special commissioned art by Peter Gregson. A Serbian artist, Gregson referenced vintage Coca-Cola advertisements from the 1920s and 1930s to revive an old-school aesthetic while still staying true to Coke’s modern, bright red aluminum-plated image.
Source: HUH. Magazine

Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 Skeleton
Spotted at The Quail, this Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 is a beast of a car ~ and not just visually… one of the most fascinating things at the Quail was seeing the car stripped down to its carbon fiber chassis and all that is inside it. It’s their fastest production car Lamborghini has ever made ~ and drew quite the crowd of enthusiasts and buyers.
Source: NotCot

Plaxico Burress is back?
We’ve known that Plaxico Burress will be playing this season for a while but the question has been will there be rust? Well, 3 catches for 66 yards and a TD later and it appears that he may be back. Or maybe the Cincinnati Bengals secondary is just that bad. It remains to be seen how effective Plaxico will be during the regular season since the performance came in the preseason. It is safe to say that Plaxico’s fantasy value just went up a few points.
Source: ESPN