Welcome to another disorienting installment of<italics> Did You See That?</italics>, the photo gallery that's packed with surprises like the ones you find floating through the streets of Taipei during Taiwan's annual parade.
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Hand sandwich: Finger food was on the menu in the Serbian capital of Belgrade, naturally attracting a herd of hungry walkers to the science fiction film festival.
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Seafood and Bassmaster enthusiasts alike will surely enjoy fine dining after donning this most Beefheartian confluence of fish and sausage designed by Yasutaka Funakoshi. Here it is on display at the 2014 Spring/Summer collection show in Tokyo.
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In other fashion developments, the hirsute Red Sox outfielder discussed the latest in casual evening wear at Fenway Park in Boston.
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The great and now retired closer showed up at MetLife Stadium to pitch a little pigskin as the New York Giants' honorary captain for their tilt against the Vikings.
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The enigmatic thespian (right) was on a roll in the Friendship Races at the Audi Best Buddies Challenge in Leesburg, Va. You can see what we think is more of Spacey's cycling tour here.
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Miguel Oliveira tried to grab a new ride after his old one met an unfortunate end during a race at Phillip Island, Australia.
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The Broncos QB looks sharp on the field and off, where he's been augmenting his income by making serious coin as a bellhop.
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The former member of Boston's 2004 World Series Championship team slyly defaced the "Teammates" statues before Game One of the World Series between the Red Sox and St. Louis Cardinals at Fenway Park.
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The autumn weather may be growing nippy, but it's always warm in the Red Sox clubhouse these days.
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In another Major League lovefest, the Dodgers GM and the skipper looked very much like an old married couple as they discussed Mattingly's future or lack thereof with the media at Dodger Stadium.
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Members of the UAE U-17 team the 'Young Whites' practice for their next match at a state of the art training facility in Abu Dhabi.
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The former British model, noted author and accomplished balloon smuggler (good luck finding where they're hidden) was on hand at a South London studio to pitch her latest autobiography, <italics>Love, Lipstick and Lies.</italics>
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As seen on the TV show <italics>Alle auf den Kleinen</italics> ("All the small" for you English-speakers out there) in Cologne, Germany, the tennis legend with his spouse Lilly, who appears to have a lucrative gig in a body shop.
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As the field convenes for a little pow wow, Miguel Paludo's #32 Duroline Chevrolet is upside-down and facing south while heading in a northerly direction during the last lap of the Fred's 250 Powered By Coca-Cola at Talladega. Superspeedway.
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Andy Jones of the USA in action at Viking Caves in the Andaman Sea during the event's ominous sounding "final stop" at Phi Phi Island in Thailand.
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Taking a page from the end of <italics>Breaking Bad</italics>'s illustrious run, we'll conclude this week's episode by cue-ing up the Badfinger and presenting creator David Cerny's rather blunt message for Prague Castle, the seat of Czech Republic President Milos Zeman on the Moldau River. Of course, we wish you only the best. You can trust us.
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