Welcome to another warm fuzzy installment of <italics>Did You See That?</italics>, the gallery that serves you right. Let's begin with the Russian "tennis hottie" in action during her match vs. Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova at the Porsche Grand Prix in Stuttgart and proceed from there.
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Here it is, proof and everything that the aliens have landed among us: This one took on Beibut Shumenov in an IBA Light Heavyweight Title bout in Washington, DC, and won a split lip decision in 12 rounds. For your safety, we present the secret stolen government training film on how to deal with an alien uprising.
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A sticky situation indeed: Home plate umpire Gerry Davis was not amused to find a glop of pine tar on the Yankee hurler's neck. Though Pineda insisted that the foreign substance was merely a manly new aftershave that drives the ladies wild, the unsmiling arbiter ejected the shameless rogue in the second inning of New York's game against the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park.
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Dallas Stars Ice Girls
Much to the obvious delight of these ladies, two avid fans screamed themselves horse during their favorite team's Stanley Cup playoff tilt vs. the visiting Anaheim Ducks.
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Janice and Billy Crystal
The beloved funny man shared a little face time with his spouse at an NBA playoff game between the Golden State Warriors and Los Angeles Clippers at Staples Center in LA. Meanwhile, Clippers owner Donald Sterling ignited a firestorm and enflamed passions with racist utterances to his main squeeze.
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Nothin' but warm wishes and brotherly love whenever the Broadway Blushirts visit Philadelphia.
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The former Flyer otherwise known as "Car Bomb" greeted his adoring public in Philadelphia after scoring a third period goal at the Wells Fargo Center. The folks here were not particularly thrilled when Carcillo's Rangers downed their Flyers, 4-1.
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Watering of the girls
A local school gal in traditional regional garb reacts rather predictably as three lads in the vicinity of Budapest hydrate her during a folk dance rehearsal for the traditional fertility ritual rooted in Hungary's tribal past that dates as far back as the second century AD (After Dousing). Some historians -- not particularly respected ones, mind you -- believe that the ancient Hungarians created the forerunner of the Gatorade bath.
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Giant omelet action
If you make le trek to Toulouse, you'll see that His Eggsellency Archbishop Robert Jean Louis Le Gall and the Merry Brotherhood of the Bessieres got crackin' and made good use of Easter leftovers.
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In geopolitical news, during a visit to the Meiji Shrine in Tokyo, President Obama vowed to defend Japan with high-tech trash can lids if China attacks with bows and arrows in a tense territorial dispute over some rocks and stuff on uninhabited islands that are certainly worth going to war over. Obama also urged an irked and indignant Beijing to help talk Dennis Rodman's old pal, North Korean nuke kook Kim Jong-un, out of proceeding with his "dangerous" program to produce and deliver the bomb.
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WFF Miss Bikini competition
While North Korea continues to make ugly gestures, the scenery in the south is much easier on the eyes. Herewith the field for the 2014 NABBA/WFF Korea Skimpy Bathing Suit Championship in Daegu, South Korea.
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Bruins Ice Girls
Ever wonder why mascots always seem to get all the girls? Neither do we.
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The King on his court after being elbowed in the schnozz by Charlotte's Josh McRoberts during Game 2 of their playoff series in Miami. After quick action by alert medical staff, James was outfitted with a new proboscis and the Heat went on to beat the Bobcats 101-97.
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The iconic swimmer was reminded that pools can be quite chilly as he practiced for the Arena Grand Prix at the Skyline Aquatic Center in Mesa, Arizona.
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Cameron Diaz and Jimmy Fallon
Combining the speed and physicality of hockey with the subtle mechanics of a good walk spoiled by a little white ball, the actress and the talk show host engaged in a friendly game of Roller Golf during a taping of <italics>The Tonight Show</italics> at Rockefeller Center.
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Wie believe she be doin' the Hula after her triumph in LPGA's whole LOTTE Championship Presented by J Golf in Kapolei, Hawaii.
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Horse racing action
Jockey Vlad "The Inhaler" Duric got a snootful of turf after being shanked off Golfing in the home stretch of the Bert Bryant Handicap at Caulfield Racecourse in Melbourne. Duric hoofed his way off the course with a minor leg injury. Golfing, which went off at 5-to-1, finished at 4:30.
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A wild horse in Montevideo, Uruguay, asks the timeless musical question, "Who is the gaucho, amigo? And why is he standing in your spangled leather poncho and your elevator shoes? Bodacious cowboys such as your friend will never be welcome here..."
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Bearing an uncanny resemblance to Captain Morgan (which comes in a bottle), Aerosmith's lead crooner was a glass act at the NHL playoff game between the San Jose Sharks and Los Angeles Kings at Staples Center.
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The Blueshirt Band
Rockin' Madison Square Garden before Game 2 of the New York Rangers' first round playoff series against the rival Philadelphia Flyers.
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All decked out for the celebration of its 100th Birthday, Wrigley's sign, crudely translated, means "Abandon all hope ye who enter here."
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Chicago sports legends
Billy Williams, Dutchie Carey, Ernie Banks and Dick Butkus made it a point to be on hand to warble "Take Me Out To The Bawlgame" during the seventh Inning stretch as the Cubbies celebrated the 100th Anniversary of Wrigley Field with a little game of rounders vs. the Arizona Diamondbacks. Naturally, the hometown nine lost after coughing up a four-run lead in the ninth.
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More than 50 yogis (alas, Yogi Berra was not among them, nor was Yogi Bear) struck classic poses from ancient Vedic texts at the Hollywood shrine once known as Grauman's Chinese Theatre.
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Major League action
"Bring me the head of Alex Gordon," said the Royals' Yordano Ventura, and sure enough an ill wind delivered during batting practice before a game against the Minnesota Twins at Kansas City's Kauffman Stadium.
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Alas, Boston's basketball squad went out in not so grand style with a 118-102 frashin' at the hands of the Washington Wizards, missing the playoffs and landing in the laps of their disgruntled fans at TD Garden.
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Life instructs that ye reap as ye sow. And on that note, we bring this week's proceedings to close.
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