Welcome to <italics>Did You See That?</italics>, the weekly gallery that poses the eternal question Ms. Panettiere appears to be posing to the befuddled heavyweight pug while the Charlotte Bobcats get beat by the Heat at American Airlines Arena in Miami.
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<italics>Did You See That?</italics> indeed. The star of the beloved TV show <italics>Heroes</italics> saw the Kings and Blackhawks play a little hockey at the United Center in Chicago.
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Unlike Tim Thomas last year, LA Kings coach Darryl Sutter (<italics>right</italics>) bit his lip and kept his political 'pinions to himself as a soccer ball -- in honor of MLS's LA Galaxy -- bounced off the POTUS's forehead during a solemn White House ceremony. We suspect Mr. Thomas might have chortled at seeing a puck bounce off the Prez's noggin in honor of Sutter's reigning Stanley Cup champs.
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Taking sides: With Dennis Rodman getting ink for his work on the foreign affairs front, the soccer icon got in on the action by providing a peek at his new tattoo to fans at Peking University in Beijing. Sir Becks was on a five-day visit by invite of the China Football Association, which appointed him its first international ambassador. Perhaps we'll see him kick the topic of nuclear arms around with Rodman's new pal in North Korea.
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Club sandwich: Tiger Woods chowed down after blowing a putt on the 18th green during the final round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational in Orlando, Fla. In other news, the inimitable <italics>New York Post</italics> reported, "Tiger Woods and Nike opened themselves up to an industrial-sized can of social media whoop-ass after the company released an online ad displaying a picture of the golfer with a quote attributed to him: 'Winning takes care of everything.'" Indeed. Tiger's win restored him to his throne as the world's No. 1 professional divot-digger.
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Despite some trouble getting the ball to behave, Serena Williams made quick work of Flavia Pennetta 6-1, 6-1 in their exciting second-round match in Key Biscayne, Fla.
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Christie's eggheaded scientific specialist digs into his nifty sub-fossilized pre-17th Century breakfast at the famed auction house in London. Laid by the Elephant Bird (we kid you not), it runs $30,000 to $45,000 (if you like your eggs runny) and packs 1,000 times the omelet power of the standard chicken model. Alas, like the legendary Porridge Bird that according to lore laid its eggs in the air, the Elephant variety is extinct. No yoke. Native to Madagascar and one of the heaviest known birds, scientists believe it died off due to high cholesterol.
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Continuing our series of eggs-citing photos, we find more exotic varieties -- 10,000 in all -- hanging out in Volker and Christa Kraft's apple tree in Saalfeld, Germany. The Krafts got the bright idea to adorn the tree with painted hen's eggs rather than the more problematic kind produced by the Elephant Bird (see previous slide) in 1965 as amusement for their kids and grandchildren, who were easily amused indeed. It now draws thousands of easily amused and no doubt hungry visitors and tourists that Mr. Kraft shoo off his lawn with a shootin' iron.
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Eye can't believe it. The referee stopped the bout in the third round and declared Robert Stieglitz the winner of the WBO World Super Middleweight title at Getec Arena in Magdeburg, Germany.
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If only it were June with a spoon clearly visible, this moon with balloons would have been an unearthly inspiration for poets and lyricists everywhere. As it was, this spectacle honored Chile's soccer team, which deflated Uruguay, 2-0, in their Cup qualifying match in Santiago.
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Hey, Czech out those finalists with presenter Libor Boucek at the big beauty contest in Prague.
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The most distinctive horn player since Dizzy Gillespie blows up a storm with the Memphis Tigers band during the team's tilt against St. Mary's in the tourney's second round at The Palace of Auburn Hills. The Tigers nearly blew a late lead, but hung to win, 54-52.
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La Salle's Jerrell Wright (left), Tyrone Garland (center) and Tyreek Duren (declining) share some yuks or just kick back before practice for their third-round game in Kansas City, where they were to play Mississippi.
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Radavan Zivny works on his Gollum at this year's Hollywood-themed bash in England. Opening on Good Friday, 20 award-winning sculptors from across this big old globe of ours got down to the gritty business of creating Harry Potter, Marilyn Monroe, <italics>Star Wars</italics> characters and more.
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We can't read Spanish, but we're willing to guess that these Mexican fans outside Estadio Azteca in Mexico City are turning their attention and fervor on the Pittsburgh Pirates after Mexico's national team ground out a dispiriting goalless stalemate with the USA in a CONCACAF World Cup Qualifying Final Round match. Mexico's third straight draw left it fifth in its six-team group and made the Pirates look like a more attractive rooting interest.
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We're running behind, so let us bring the proceedings to an end with this lovely shot of a chap who forgot his trousers when he invaded the pitch during a match between Wrexham and good ol' Grimsby Town at Wembley Stadium in London.
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