Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Pictures Of The Day

COMING AND GOING. Spectators pack together nest to the course as competitors criss-cross the course during an elimination round in the Snowmobile SnoCross during Winter X Games 15 at Buttermilk Mountain in Aspen, Colorado. (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)
DON'T BE TALKIN' 'BOUT SHAFT. Isaac Hayes of the Homies & the POPz poses at the Sydney Cricket Ground on January 31, 2011 in Sydney, Australia. The team, comprised of African Americans and Latinos from Compton, a city notorious for gang violence, was formed to find an alternative to the gang lifestyle. The team will be in Australia for two weeks, playing matches in Sydney, and Melbourne and participating in fundraising events to support Australian flood victims. (Photo by Brendon Thorne/Getty Images AsiaPac)

PRELUDE TO THE TERRIBLE TWOS? The staff at the hospital in Mt. Lebanon wrapped up ten newborns in Terrible Towels last Friday in celebration of the Steelers’ run to Super Bowl XLV. Each baby born this week at the hospital will also be wrapped up in the black and gold, a tradition the staff also did in 2008.

In a related item, Pennsylvania's Greene County will denounce any presumed affiliation with the Green Bay Packers by changing its name to "Black and Gold County" during Super Bowl week, according to the Greene Co. Observer-Reporter. (Photo by Mike Jones/Upper St. Clair Patch)

SOCCER FANS. Old band mates and big “football fans” Ronnie Wood and Rod Stewart make quite the exit while leaving the Ivy Club after having dinner together. Proving yet again that a nod is, in fact, as good as a wink (or a kiss) to a blind horse.  (Photo by PacificCoastNews.com)

CONTEXT?  Somebody, anybody?  What?  Kim Clijsters of Belgium poses with the Daphne Akhurst Trophy after winning the 2011 Women's Australian Open final, at Brighton Beach on January 30, 2011 in Melbourne, Australia. Evidently…somebody thought this was a great idea and some morons who work for that person said “YEAH, GREAT IDEA!!” and Clijsters was too nice and polite to say “WTF?”  (Photo by Robert Prezioso/Getty Images AsiaPac)

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