Behold! The Sistine Chapel's chimney heralds a new Vatican-approved edition <italics>Did You See That?</italics> and a weary world rejoices.
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Daniel "Car Bomb" Carcillo (#13) and Co. got regular folks talkin' hockey again, rekindling the debate about the great existential question: if a tree falls in a shootout, is it still a loss?
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Scott Timlin, Charlotte Letitia Crosby, Vicky Pattinson and James Tindale of MTV's bawdy UK reality series brought their special charms to Bondi Beach in Sydney, Australia, where they'll be filming another series-worth of intellectually stimulating fare.
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The event in Melbourne was intended to "peacefully expose (in a manner of speaking) the vulnerability of cyclists, humanity and nature in the face of cars, aggression, consumerism and non-renewable energy" not to mention drooling gawkers.
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Judging by his expression, the fellow in the center there at Madison Square Garden hasn't forgotten Mr. Starks' legendarily shoddy 2-for-18 shooting performance in Game 7 of the 1994 NBA Finals.
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The actor looks like he could live happily ever after with the ice maiden he spied as the Kings hosted the Predators at Staples Center in LA.
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Mr. Bryant is the recipient of a not-so-helping hand from Josh Smith of the Atlanta Hawks.
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Candice Swanepoel (L-R), Karlie Kloss and Alessandra Ambrosio form quite a collection in Los Angeles.
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Two of the roughly 3,000 participants in Muennerstadt, Germany attempt to complete a 26k track loaded with mud holes, artificial obstacles and ice cold bodies of water. The most brutal part of the event? Having to wear these mandatory uniforms.
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Slovakia's Matus Bubenik landed on the matus in rather undignified fashion during the men's high jump qualifier in Gothenburg.
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The most cutting edge mascot in all of sports, Joey starts sawing logs each time MLS's Portland Timbers score a goal. Very casual soccer fans have been known to do likewise <italics>until</italics> a goal is scored.
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NASCAR's most explosive driver celebrates his victory in the Toyota Mexico Series 120 in Avondale, Ariz.
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Take that, porcupine! A Three Stooges re-enactment, NHL-style.
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King Arthur's image was given a bold new update before a meeting with Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge upon her visit to the National Fishing Heritage Centre in Grimsby, where she came down with a bad haddock and had to retire to her chambers.
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The Bruins' mascot and his comely companion can bearly contain their glee as the B's beat the Senators at TD Garden in Boston.
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Scott Central's Watkins kisses the rock goodbye as she battles with New Site's Stricklen during their rollicking Mississippi Class 2A high school title game.
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Georgia's highly touted linebacker has been seen hanging out with the likes of Donald Duck at Atlanta Braves' spring training games in Lake Buena Vista, Florida.
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Alas, Team USA landed on its keester shy of the World Baseball Classic's championship round.
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To his regret, Zurich's Loris Benito tried to corral a wily marten that took to the pitch during a match against FC Thun. Benito discovered what scientists have long known: martens love finger food.
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It's not a stretch to say the Pirates are in Bradenton preparing for yet another challenging season.
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A supporter of Brazil's Gremio prepares to go down with the ship before a Libertadores Cup match against Venezuela's Caracas FC at the Arena do Gremio stadium in Porto Alegre.
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One of the keys to Tiger Woods' much acclaimed 76th PGA Tour victory was his pinpoint accuracy at Doral. Woods fired a 19-under and 1-over (this one on the 17th fairway during the third round) 71.
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Dog tired. And who can blame them? Weary pooches take their rest after this year's recently-concluded edition of Alaska's famed trail sled dog race, won by Mitch Seavey and his canine cohorts in a time of 9 days 7 hours 39 minutes. The grand prize: a lifetime supply of mush.
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