Welcome to <italics>Did You See That?</italics>, the weekly gallery that celebrates the dignity of mankind in the worlds of sports and pop culture. Here we have a gentleman promoting bingo outside No 10 Downing Street in London.
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Grin and bear it: nothing quite says "dignity" like this fundraiser for the Play Ball Foundation.
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The perfect, um, gift for the soccer fan in your life: a distinctive clay replica of Barcelona star Lionel Messi. According to our notes, "Catalans hide caganers (defecators) in Christmas Nativity scenes and invite friends to hunt for them during celebrations. The caganers, which symbolize fertilizing the earth with dung, are believed to bring prosperity and luck for the coming year." Their bobbleheads must be charming, too.
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The Digger Phelps float, carrying the ex-coach and ESPN analyst, makes its way onto the court at Purcell Pavilion with the proper solemnity during halftime of a game won by Baylor, 73-61.
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Life's rich pageant continued in Culver City where the humble rapper had the best seat in the house for the 10th annual Video Game Awards at Sony Studios.
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in other musical notes, Kyle Gass (left), Jack Black and company put on a Spinal Tap-influenced stage production (<bold>CLICK HERE</bold><bold> </bold>to watch the originals) at Spike TV's Video Game Awards in Culver City.
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One of the more surreal mash-ups of all time took place at "12-12-12 ~ The Concert For Sandy Relief" at Madison Square Garden in New York when the grizzled Beatle found himself fronting what's left of Nirvana. Their song, "Cut Me Some Slack" was a rousing ode to letting trousers out to combat middle age bulge.
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The Bobby Petrino special: With 10 seats and seven Harley Davidson engines, this 25-1/2-foot-long baby is street legal (at least in Essen Germany, where it was on display at an auto show) and perfect for outings with those special someones.
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Last call for Manny after Juan Manuel Marquez served him some punch in the sixth round of their WBO welterweight bout in Las Vegas.
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Golden Boy Promotions president Oscar De La Hoya (left) and a couple of pugs named Khan and Molina (right) introduced Manny Pacquaio's next opponent: North Pole heavyweight Kris Krinkle.
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The Basketball Wives star unveiled her "Cheeky" new anti-fur ad for the PETA folks at the Bob Barker building in LA. Gottta imagine if Bob was on hand, his ol' ticker was a-tockin' pretty good at the sight of this.
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Army strong: The Black Knights QB salutes stoically as he goes down with his ship in a 17-13 loss to Navy.
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Amelie Mauresmo opts to punt.
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As the fiscal cliff looms, a workman in Lichtenstein purdies up the Capitol Building, where sage lawmakers have produced a blizzard of threats and invective. In other news from Washington, President Obama called for an end to the NHL lockout after officials from both sides in the dispute started pouting and refusing to speak to each other.
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Matthew Stieger tries his best to line up a putt on the ninth hole at the Palmer Coolum Resort, where the course offers all the ambience and challenges of miniature golf.
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The soon-to-be Mrs. RGIII watch the Wizards wilt against the Heat at the Verizon Center in Washington, DC.
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After asking Santa for some new crutches, the hobbled star graciously hosted the Turn 2 Holiday Express at Yankee Stadium.
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"The SUBWAY Guy" (left) and Patriots linebacker Mayo (fitting last name for tackling sandwiches) paid a surprise visit to the Boston Fire Department. The chief (in the window of the truck) was clearly delighted.
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Something's fishy about this. Hanging around aquariums seems to be Ol' St. Nick's thing this year. Last week, he was floating around one in Germany. Now he's tanking it at the Silverton Hotel-Casino in Vegas. Probably looking for Mr. Narwhal. (<bold>CLICK HERE TO SEE WHY.</bold>)
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Like the Giants' rookie running back, we're flipping out. See you next week.
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