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Photos: Denver TV personalities' goofiest Facebook pics, 2013 edition

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Last year we shared a collection of the goofiest Facebook photos by Denver TV personalities. But there's been plenty of social-media silliness since then, with assorted anchors, reporters and weather forecasters from 9News, 7News, CBS4 and Fox31/CW2 proving that serious journalism can't get in the way of mugging for the camera.

Were these shots good ideas that make their subjects that much more relatable or terrible errors they can never take back? You be the judge. Check out the complete gallery below.

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More from our Media archive circa January 2012: "Denver TV personalities' goofiest Facebook photos."

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