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Completely AP-safe unrelated photo.
Okay, this caption correction got my attention.
** CORRECTS NUMBER OF LEGS LOST ** In this photo dated Aug. 6, 2010, released by Disabled Sports USA, on Wednesday Aug. 11, 2010, showing from left, Kirk Bauer, 62, of Ellicott City, MD, Neil Duncan, 26, of Denver, CO and Dan Nevins, 37, of Jacksonville, FL, as they pose together at Gilman's point before making the last push to the summit of Mt Kilimanjaro, Tanzania. Bauer lost his leg in Vietnam, Duncan lost his legs in Afghanistan, and Nevins in Iraq. Three U.S. veterans from three different wars had only one good leg among them, and after six days of climbing they stood at 19,336 feet (5,895 meters) on top of Africa's highest mountain and proving that no disability should stop people from being active, according to Disabled Sports USA director Kirk Bauer. (AP PHOTO / Reed Hoffman, Courtesy of Disabled Sports USA)
It's good to see that my arch-nemesis is as delightful as ever.