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Top Cutlines — 3/2/06

You've heard of Tim Burton's "Corpse Bride"? Well, here's "BODIES, the Exhibition," featuring real life preserved bodies. Jennifer Hartz, left, points out specifics to her daughter, 8-year-old Jessica Hartz, second from left, as Ann Scheraldi, standing, and Melinda Hartz, 5, right, listen to the audio commentary about the digestive system Wednesday in Atlanta, Ga. You write the cutline. (Photo provided by Bodies: The Exhibition)

Top Cutlines:

In A League of His Own: Why real men fear vasectomies, and: The outcome of Michael Jacksons 20th and final plastic surgery, and: Drawn but not quartered, and: Hagadone labor reform...split shifts -- all Dave Tolle.

1. The recent California transplant who wants to cut his own firewood meets the Husqvarna 3120XP chainsaw, the most powerful Husqvarna sells -- Whatever.

2. "See that heartstring over there, Jessica? That's the one you have to tug to get your husband to buy you flowers, do the laundry and wash the kitchen floor" -- A Token D.

3. Despite President Bush's dire warnings about the dangers of human cloning DFO went ahead and tried to create the ultimate blog troll by cloning the ultra-left side (of course) of UBOB and the extreme-right side (what else?) of AnyMouse -- Thom George.

HM: Whippersnapper

Zowee. Today's competition was as fierce as it ever has been. Congrats, all. For the complete list of cutline entries, click here.

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D.F. Oliveria started Huckleberries Online on Feb. 16, 2004. Oliveria's Sunday print Huckleberries is a past winner of the national Herb Caen Memorial Column contest.