Welcome to another edition of <italics>Did You See That?</italics>, the gallery that keeps an eye on sports, pop culture and optometry. In case you were wondering, the convention at Marina Bay Sands attracted thousands of individuals who fancied themselves some exhibitions that celebrated comics, gaming and flicks.
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The host of MSNBC's forthcoming current events and culture compendium "Up Late With Alec Baldwin" puttered about The Hamptons International Film Festival where he was avidly promoting a golf documentary entitled <italics>The Short Game</italics>. Directed by Josh Greenbaum, it casts a beady eye at the World Championship of Youth Golf where short duffers, such as Ms. Sodberry, battle their way through the ranks of pro golf.
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Quickly becoming one of the great statesmen of our time, the colorful NBA star returned to North Korea to hang out with his good buddy, the authoritarian leader Kim Jong Un, and have a good time. (After all, North Korea is synonymous with good times.) Rodman later announced that he'll be training the country's hoops team for the 2016 Olympics.
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In her fifth crack at it, and at the ripe old age of 64, the intrepid Nyad became the first swimmer to make it the full 110 miles from Havana, Cuba to the Florida Keys without a protective shark cage. However a pack of skeptical marathon swimmers ripped her feat on social media, poo-poohing it as "dishonest" because she had a support boat and protective wetsuit.
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On display at the U.S. Open: the living definition of the term "balls of the feet."
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Angelique Kerber's match against Lucie Hradecka got hairy, but not for long. Kerber won, 6-1, 6-1.
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Graced by Ronald McDonald's august presence, a total of 1,672 redheads at the festival in Breda, The Netherlands set the Guinness World Record for the largest gathering of carrot tops in one place.
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Serving up the drinks at the celebrity hoops game at Georgia State's arena in Atlanta, where Team Usher beat Team Luda in OT while raising dough and awareness for The Ludacris Foundation. A crowd of 3,000 gawked as celebrities and ballers from the NBA and WNBA plied their trade. Among the luminaries: Shannon Brown, John Wall, Josh Powell, Jarret Jack, James Hardin, Raven Simone, Keisha Knight Pulliam, Teyan Taylor, Laura Govan, Tristan Wilds (aka Mack Wilds), Big Tigger and many more.
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The fetching TV personality, talk show host, author and entrepreneur battled it out with Jimmy Fallon in a spirited game of "I Drink, You Drink " on his late night gabfest.
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To the consternation of Senor Marquez and Senor Pedrosa, Leapin' Lorenzo got the jump on his competition and won the MotoGP race of the British Grand Prix at Silverstone, England by less than one tenth of a second.
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A pair of pooches dogged the grand gathering in Buenos Aires where the host city for the 2020 Summer Olympics and a new IOC president were the featured topics as well as adding a sport to the 2020 program.
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The Eagles' rookie coach demonstrates one of his favorite and most effective motivational techniques on recalcitrant wideout DeSean Jackson during a practice at the team's training facility in Philadelphia, where it's always sunny.
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The New York Rangere' natty netmimnder was all giggles and grins as he toured the world's most famous arena during Phase 3 of the renovation of Madison Square Garden.
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Beloved Playboy model Mia Gray gave property values in Stuttgart a firm boost during the second leg playoff match between VfB Stuttgart and HNK Rijeka at Mercedes-Benz Arena.
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Spreading the Krabby Patty gospel at Dodger Stadium. If you're interested in a rewarding career the fast food industry, click here to watch the official training video and get started.
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