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Gratuitous Randomness: The many faces of Richard Nixon

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Of all the U.S. presidents -- George W. notwithstanding -- Richard Nixon might have been the most unintentionally hilarious. A dour, glowering grinch with a cat's disposition and a simian's posture, Nixon nevertheless had a surprisingly expressive face, in a silly-putty sort of way, that makes his goofy faces that much more hilarious, given the nefarious context of his legacy. Because of that, and because it's Wednesday, the day we bring you the best of our weird internetz world in a collection of loosely related images about whatever topic we happen to come up with -- here you go: Eleven images of the many faces of Nixon.

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