Tuesday, February 21, 2006

Separated at birth

I've always has a fascination for people who look alike. I couldn't always find the best pictures for comparisons, but here are some favorites that I have observed over the years.

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The late Pope John Paul II and The Very Rev'd M.L. Agnew,
Dean of St Mark's Episcopal Cathedral in Shreveport, LA

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Actresses Helen Hunt and Leelee Sobieski

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The "Queen of Mean" Leona Helmsley and actor Martin Landau

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Retired football coach Tom Landry and retired Bishop of Texas Claude Payne

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Steroid-soaked bodybuilder Gregg Valentino and the Ripping Friends
(boy, I really miss that cartoon)

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Bible prophecy guru Hal Lindsey and the late Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin

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Actresses Sophie Marceau and Monica Bellucci

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Someone once told me I look like actor Kevin Pollack. I'll let you decide.

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And from Louise's comment, here's . . .
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Bible prophecy preacher Tim LaHaye and entertainer Spike Jones

3 comments:

dopel said...

Thanks, I enjoyed that!

Louise said...

FUNEEEEEE! Wow, what laffs! I've noticed that Tim LaHaye strongly resembles the late Spike Jones: not only is there a facial resemblance and a California connection, but Jones had doo-wacka-doo music while LaHaye has doo-wacka-doo theology and church history! I hope you put their pictures together! Louise

Dave Bussard said...

That's great. The Hal Lindsey one is kind of creeepy. Grin. Someone found something on my blog that made them think of this post, and told me to come see it. My post with a silly LaHaye photo is at:

http://thepre-wrathtribune.blogspot.com/2006/02/advice-column.html

Mine may not be as funny as yours, though. It's hard to tell considering I'm not completely unbiased.