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Today's Top Five: Racing Presidents and D.C. Hoops

Gaaack. (Photo by Nats320)

1) An amazing photo gallery of Giant Racing President heads posing with young children and other well-known plush mascots on the White House lawn. Deeply disturbing, and yet hard to look away. (Nats 320)

2) Rivals provides a snazzy rundown of every high school basketball champion, except those in D.C. Thanks, Rivals. Seriously, you've never heard of the Interhigh? Expect to hear from Mark Plotkin any day now. (Shakedown Sports)

3) Jonathan Wallace has a lot of friends and likes to arm wrestle. Both seem like fine traits for a future law school scholar. (Halfcourt Heave via The Big Lead)

4) The Curly W at Nats Park is unveiled. It looks properly curly and sufficiently W-like. (Bugs and Cranks)

5) Celebrating the "George W. Bush to Paul Lo Duca" battery. (Baseball Think Factory via DCBB)

By Dan Steinberg  |  March 26, 2008; 10:45 AM ET
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That picture is scary.

Posted by: sitruc | March 26, 2008 11:25 AM | Report abuse

The "W" isn't as pronounced and large as I had imagined it would be.

Posted by: sitruc | March 26, 2008 11:28 AM | Report abuse

Screech still looks like a Special Ed kid.

Posted by: Kim | March 26, 2008 11:51 AM | Report abuse

Put me down for 50 on the Cabbage Patch kid in the 40 yard dash.

Posted by: | March 26, 2008 11:59 AM | Report abuse

As disturbing as that picture is, I think the first paragraph of that blog entry is even worse.

Posted by: Bill | March 26, 2008 12:43 PM | Report abuse

I think Screech has a new beak ... he looks a little less chirpy

Posted by: mcs | March 27, 2008 1:02 PM | Report abuse

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