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Separated at birth: “Hello, I’m a…”

Actor Justin Long is perhaps best know for his appearance in Apple’s “I’m a Mac” ads where he introduces himself as a MacIntosh computer (Hello, I’m a Mac…), while fellow nerdy actor John Hodgeman is portrays an inferior Windows personal computer (…and I’m a PC). Tony Rodriguez played quarterback for the Brookside Christian Knights last […]

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Separated at birth: Wonder women

AP photo Actress Gina Torres isn’t what you’d call a household name, but I’ve seen her in two television shows. The first was in 2003 as a character in a 5-episode story arc of the vampire series “Angel”, created by Joss Whedon. She played Jasmine, a morally ambiguous ancient deity bent on world domination. The […]

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Separated at birth: Vamos a explorar

Every home Stockton Ports baseball game is kicked off by a child picked out at random to say “play ball” over the PA system. Appropriately, he or she is called the “play ball kid.” They’re all pretty cute, but I usually pass up shooting them because I’m eager for the game to start. At a […]

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Separated at birth: Image and reality

KRT Photograph by Lionel Hanh English actor Jason Statham is best know for playing the title role in the “Transporter” movies in which he plays a tough mercenary with slick fighting moves. He drives a cool European sports sedan and delivers goods or people – with questionable legality – no questions asked. Though experienced in […]

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Separated at birth: Keanu’s Excellent Adventure

It is said everyone has a double somewhere in this world, but what about somewhere in time? In the Palace of the Legion of Honor was an oil painting by French artist Louis-Maurice Boutet de Monvel (1851-1913) of Paul Mounet done in about 1875. Painted in mostly dark tones, Mounet cuts a dashing, if a […]

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Separated at birth II: Marathon men

A few years ago I wrote about monsignor John Armistead’s uncanny resemblance to the late comedian George Carlin. In my line of work I meet and photograph a lot of people and from time to time I come across some who could be someone else’s doppelganger. Lynn King (Camera: Nikon D300. Lens: Nikkor 70-200mm @ […]

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