Welcome to Did You See That?, the heady photo gallery that brings you promotions for a makeshift restaurant near the Nueva Esperanza cemetery in Lima, Peru, home of the famous lima bean, or so they say.
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This week's inspirational image: A weary runner's face-plant and grateful smooch of the cement after arriving seventh in the women's division of the New York City marathon.
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The Laker icon's scowling presence looms large over his team, as it tends to do.
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Brazil's famed Sambodromo in Rio de Janeiro will host the 2016 Olympic marathon finish and archery. Given the looks of this, those events should be well worth watching.
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Noo Yawk's newly unemployed hizzoner Mr. Bloomberg now has all the time in the world to yuk it up at sporting events like Nets games at Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
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The newly unemployed Mr. Michael Bloomberg now gets to enjoy high times such as these at Barclays Center in legendary Brooklyn, NY.
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Their third World Series title of the past nine years well in hand, the Red Sox saluted the faithful from Duck Boats on the Charles River during a rollin' and floatin' victory parade in good old Beantown, where the beanball was allegedly invented many years ago.
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All guns were blazing at Texas Motor Speedway as the Cannonlady gave it a shot before NASCAR's Texas 500 in Fort Worth, which is always made us wonder: what's a fort worth? Just askin'...
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Fans at Texas Motor Speedway's freak show party before NASCAR's Texas 500 rubbed elbows with the legendary Strongbad.
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The West Virginia Mountaineers offensive linesman sported tire tracks after being bull-rushed during a battle with those pesky TCU Horned Frogs at Amon G. Carter Stadium in Fort Worth, TX.
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The Naked Cowgirl (right), who's not actually naked, and her daughter Tiffany Aiello (left) hung out with pop-eyed actor Keith Collins in New York City not long ago. Thought you might like to know.
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The cups ranneth over at the big event in the Big Apple.
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The Red Sox' facial locks weren't the only notable sprouts to meet up with a razor. Here we have Formula One driver Sergio Perez preparing to be sheared by Bollywood actresses Neha Dhupia, left, and Aditi Rao Hydari in New Delhi, India.
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Ready yer wagers, mates, this horse is on a roll at Werribee Racecourse in Melbourne, Australia.
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Concerned parents might like to know that students at St Andrew's University in Scotland indulge in a tradition of covering themselves with foam to honor the academic family. Raisin Weekend is held at the university's St Salvator's Quadrangle and a gift of raisins (now desert topping, shaving cream or insulating foam) is traditionally given by first year students to their elders as thanks for guidance and they receive a receipt in Latin, which no one can read. Sounds like a fair exchange.
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Carried away by her New Zealand energy, a fan who neglected to don her knickers prior to attending the big event was promptly removed by sercurity forces during the ITM Cup Championship FInal match between Tasman and Hawke's Bay at Trafalgar Park in Nelson, New Zealand.
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The legendary duffer made history when he hit the first golf shots from East to West on Istanbul's iconic Bosphorous Bridge linking Asia and Europe. By the way, there's a reason why Istanbul is no longer called Constantinople.
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One reason the polar ice caps are melting is that for the first time in history the Olympic flame was brought to the North Pole, home of Santa's workshop, by the nuclear-powered icebreaker 50 Let Pobedy (roughly translated as "50 Years of Victory") as part of the relay to the 2014 Sochi Winter Games. The resulting heat caused sea levels to rise in New York City by 12 feet.
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The famed torch was acutally ignitied by Japanese astronaut Koichi Wakata (center), Russian cosmonaut Mikhail Tyurin (front) and U.S. astronaut Rick Mastracchio during their blast-off to the International Space Station from the Russian-leased Kazakh Baikonur cosmodrome. The torch was then taken into space, where it was used to warm the cabin and toast marshmallows before being sent back to Earth.
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Flipping out at Neyland Stadium in legendary Knoxville, Tennessee.
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You might not be aware that the team's rah-rah crew was ejected from a game against the Cincinnati Bengals at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore.
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Worth fighting for, no? Vanessa Hanson (left) and Chrissy Blair (right) schmoozed with members of the U.S. Army during the UFC Fight for the Troops event in Fort Campbell, Kentucky.
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A brave member of the amateur rope-jumping group brings us to the conclusion of this week's thrilling installment by plunging from a 144-foot-high waterpipe bridge in the Siberian Taiga. Fans of rope-jumping, a kind of extreme sport, we guess you could call it, use an advanced leverage system that combines mountaineering and rope safety equipment plus a whole lotta prayer. They marked the end of the group's jumping season, and our gallery, with this event. Thank you.
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