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What was Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad doing last month when he donned these funkadelic shades? AFP/Getty Images My guess? He was trying to envision a world without Israel. Send us your own one-liners via e-mail, and we’ll print the best entry below. UPDATE: And the winning entry, sent in by reader LHE— The press awaits ...

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What was Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad doing last month when he donned these funkadelic shades?

AFP/Getty Images

My guess? He was trying to envision a world without Israel. Send us your own one-liners via e-mail, and we'll print the best entry below.

What was Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad doing last month when he donned these funkadelic shades?

AFP/Getty Images

My guess? He was trying to envision a world without Israel. Send us your own one-liners via e-mail, and we’ll print the best entry below.

UPDATE: And the winning entry, sent in by reader LHE—

The press awaits Ahmadinejad’s review of “Hannah Montana & Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert Tour in 3D.”

Thanks to all those who participated. Good stuff! 

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