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D.C. United Vanity, Wizards Statesmanship

This trend of sports teams' producing humorous videos of player interviews for fan events that then wind up on YouTube is pretty great for vacationing bloggers.

D.C. United players spend time in front of the mirror, via Behind the Badge.

Wizards players discussing which of them would make the best President, via Mister I and Bullets Forever. Gilbert Arenas here became the first human being to compare the speaking styles of Oleksiy Pecherov and George W. Bush. Not sure why I never thought of that.

(I'm not sure if I knew this, but Etan Thomas has met Obama, who was familiar with Etan's stump speech. Former Wizard and Terp Steve Blake, meantime, was named a "Rogue of the Week" for telling the Oregonian that he has never voted and would not change his pattern this year.

By Dan Steinberg  |  November 6, 2008; 11:59 AM ET
Categories:  D.C. United , Wizards  
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