Antojitos: Go Team!

Remember the days when dear ol' Dad went to the beach wearing dark socks with his sandals?

Vicente Fox
President Vicente Fox gestures Friday as he watches Mexico play Angola in his country's World Cup first round match. (Reuters)

Reforma.com's featured photo gallery of President Vicente Fox and PAN candidate Felipe Calderon watching Friday's World Cup match against Angola brings the dark socks analogy to mind. Two wire photos showing pretty much the same scenes are displayed here.

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Felipe Calderon, right, watches the Mexico-Angola World Cup game seated alongside former player Andres Chavez, second from right, during a campaign visit to Torreon on Friday. (AP Photo)

By washingtonpost.com Editors |  June 19, 2006; 4:11 PM ET  | Category:  Antojitos
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Wish I could have seen the photos, but looks like only Reforma subscribers can see them free?

Posted by: Norma | June 20, 2006 02:22 AM

I had the same experience.

Posted by: Betty G. | June 20, 2006 04:05 PM

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