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Top Cutlines — 7/17/06

US President George W.Bush, right, drives an electric cart through pouring ran, as he arrives for the final working session at the G8 Summit in St. Petersburg, Russia, earlier today. You write the cutline. (AP Photo/Jan Bauer)

Top Cutlines

In A League of His Own: John Austin.

1. Bush driving to hell in a hand basket — Cis.

2. The wipers went back and forth. Back and forth. Back and forth. Bush was getting sleepier and sleepier. Sleepier and sleepier. No one noticed his trance-like state until he suddenly jumped up and started flapping his arms like a chicken and talking in a pirate voice as soon as the word “peacekeeper” was mentioned — Side Note.

3. President George W. Bush, pictured above, speeds towards the finish line in a race staged to promote vehicles using alternate fuel sources. Bush’s electric-powered cart finished third behind a balloon powered by Howard Dean’s hot air and an alcohol-propelled submarine piloted by Senator Edward Kennedy (D) of Massachusetts — The Heimlich Maneuver.

HM: Dang & Cameraman

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