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Photos of the Week (10/16/11)

Photos of the Week

1) A member of the Occupy Wall St movement walks over a U.S. flag on that lies on the ground in Zuccotti Park near the financial district of New York October 13, 2011. New York mayor, Michael Bloomberg, who called for the protesters to leave briefly on Friday so the park could be cleaned, has indicated he expects the area to clear out once the real cold sets in.  Photo: Reuters/ Lucas Jackson

2) San Diego police officers haul off Occupy San Diego protesters as they remove tents and structures from the Civic Center Plaza Friday, Oct. 14, in San Diego. One man was arrested Friday as police officials removed the tents, where protesters have been camping out for days. Photo: Gregory Bull / AP

3) A New York City police officer shoves a demonstrator affiliated with the Occupy Wall Street protests as they march through the streets in the Wall St. area, Friday, Oct. 14, in New York. Photo: Mary Altaffer, AP

4) New York City Police Department Inspector Cardona (3-R) hits protester Felix Rivera (green shirt), as people participating in the Occupy Wall Street clash with Police in the financial district, after the city postponed the planned cleaning of the park where the protestors have set up camp in New York,on Oct. 14.The movement, which is protesting a wide variety of issues and started in September, is continuing in New York and is spreading to other cities around the country. Photo: Andrew Gombert / EPA

5) Occupy Wall Street
protestors stage a "Millionaires March" in Manhattan's Upper east Side, one of the city's wealthiest residential neighborhoods, in New York, October 11. Protesters from the Occupy Wall Street movement took their "Millionaires March" in front of the homes of some of New York City's wealthiest residents in Manhattan's Upper East Side, including News Corp. CEO Rupert Murdoch, JP Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon and oil tycoon David Koch. Photo: Emmanuel Dunand / AFP - Getty Images

6) Occupy Wall Street protesters clean Zuccotti Park near Wall Street in New York on October 13. Protesters from the movement spent the night cleaning Zuccotti Park following Mayor Bloomberg's demand that the demonstrartors leave the park for city officials to clean it. Photo: Emmanuel Dunand / AFP - Getty Images

7) Orange County District Attorney Tony Rackauckas (L) wipes his upper lip, as Seal Beach acting police chief Tim Olson stands with photographs of the dead, as they announce they will seek the death penalty for Scott Dekraai during a news conference at the district attorney's office in Santa Ana, California October 14. Photos: Alex Gallardo / Reuters, AP, and Jae C. Hong, AP

8) Libya's new regime forces fire their weapons at fighters loyal to fugitive strongman Moammar Gadhafi as a comrade plays a guitar during a battle in Sirte on Oct. 10, in a drive to control Gadhafi's hometown after a month-long siege. Photo: Aris Messinis / AFP - Getty Images

9) Libyan rebels rest in the bed of their country's ousted leader Moammar Gadhafi in a palace in Sirte, Libya, Monday, Oct. 10, 2011. Rebel forces have besieged Sirte since mid September and still facing fierce resistance from loyalists while trying to control Gadhafi's home town. (AP Photo/Bela Szandelszky)

10) A road worker walks along destroyed state Route 14, Oct. 8, a scenic road east of Cedar City in southwestern Utah often used by tourists traveling to Bryce Canyon National Park. Utah transportation officials have closed the state highway east of Cedar City after a massive landslide buried part of the roadway in about 100 feet of dirt and rock.  Photo: Utah Department of Transportation via AP

This Feb. 18, 2011 file photo shows Seattle superhero Phoenix Jones during a patrol of Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood. Jones, who has gained fans and a bit of fame as he works the streets of Seattle, was arrested early Sunday after he was accused of assaulting several people with pepper spray. He was booked in county jail on four counts of assault, with arraignment set for Thursday, police said Monday. Jones says he was only trying to stop a street brawl. (AP Photo/, Joshua Trujillo)

And then...

12) Ben Fodor, a self-styled superhero who goes by the name "Phoenix Jones," talks to reporters as he stands next to one of his attorneys, Matt Hartman, right, after Fodor appeared in court, Thursday, Oct. 13, 2011, in Seattle. Prosecutors have not yet filed charges against Fodor after he was arrested Sunday after police say he pepper sprayed a group of people downtown as they left a nightclub. Photo:Ted S. Warren / AP

13) Cosmo Power Co.'s President Shoji Tanaka stands next to the company's personal flotation device, "Noah," which is designed to survive both an earthquake and the tsunami that might follow, at a port in Hiratsuka, south of Tokyo, on October 3. Photo: Oh Hyun / Reuters

14) Visitors look at the artwork "Guns", giant replicas of handguns, an installation by Czech artist David Cerny in the courtyard of the Artbanka Museum of Young Art on Oct. 8, in Prague. Photo: Joe Klamar / AFP - Getty Images

15) Wearing a chicken costume with oversize feet, Lieutenant Mike Hallinan of the Irvine Police Department watches his footing as he rappels over 100 feet down the side of the Irvine, Calif., Civic Center clock tower Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2011. Hallinan did the feat twice to generate donations for his longer rappel from the Hyatt Regency Long Beach on October 29th to benefit Special Olympics. (AP Photo/Orange County Register, Jebb Harris)

16) A harbor seal pup looks up from the water, after high tide finally brought him off of his rocky shore resting place, back up at a small crowd who had been watching him snooze moments earlier Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 11, 2011, in the West Seattle neighborhood of Seattle. A bumper crop of the chubby, adorable harbor seal pups have been hauling out on rocks and beaches of West Seattle in recent weeks. The Seal Sitters, a local nonprofit group of trained volunteers, has counted 37 pups in the southwest Seattle neighborhood so far this season, compared with 33 from August to December last year. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)

17) A rescue worker dries a little blue penguin after it swam in a water pool to wash fuel oil from its body at the wildlife facility in Tauranga, New Zealand, on Oct. 14. The penguin was rescued from waters polluted by oil leaking from the container ship Rena, which ran aground on Oct. 5. Photo: Natacha Pisarenko / AP

Spix's macaws sit on a branch in their aviary at the association for the prrotection of endangered parrots in Schoeneiche, eastern Germany, on Tuesday, Oct. 11. According to the association, the Spix's macaw is the rarest parrot species in the world. The parrots vanished from the wild in 2000 and have been conserved in breeding programs. Photo: Patrick Pleul / AFP - Getty Images

19) An aerial view of a green stain on the sea's surface off the coast of the El Hierro, one of the Spanish Canary Islands, a day after two underwater volcanic eruptions were recorded. Photo: Spanish gov. via AFP – Getty

20) Two swimmers frolic in the waves in the Pacific Ocean at Venice Beach, California, October 13 as a mini-heat wave hit southern California. Photo: Mike Nelson / EPA

21) Packers receiver Greg Jennings leaps for a touchdown last Sunday night against the Atlanta Falcons in the Georgia Dome. Photo: John Klein. Here's another angle of the 29 yard TD play. Photo: Mark Hoffman. The Packers won, 25-14 to remain undefeated at 5-0.

22) Green Bay's Mason Crosby watches his 57-yard field goal last Sunday against Atlanta. Journal Sentinel photo: Mark Hoffman. 

23) Milwaukee Brewers' Mark Kotsay is out at second as St. Louis Cardinals second baseman Nick Punto takes a throw on a fly out by Prince Fielder during the first inning of Game 3 of baseball's National League championship series Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2011, in St. Louis.  The Cardinals beat the Brewers, 4-3. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast)

24) A view of the Omnilife Stadium at the start of the opening ceremony of the Pan American Games in Guadalajara Oct. 14, 2011. The Games run through October 30.  Photo: Lucy Nicholson / Reuters

Military veterans US Army Sgt. (Ret.) Dan Nevins, left, and North Carolina National Guard SSgt. (Ret.) Dale Beatty, look on as former President George W. Bush tees off during a practice round in the two-day Warrior Open tournament at Las Colinas Country Club, in Irving, Texas on Sunday, Oct. 9. Twenty wounded military members are competing in the two-day Warrior Open tournament being held in the Dallas suburb of Irving. Photo: Eric Draper / Burson-Marsteller via AP

26) Hungary's Zsuzsanna Krajnyak (L) fights with China's Wu Bai Li during the final of the Wheelchair Women's Epee category A during the 2011 World Fencing Championships in Catania on October 10, 2011. Krajnyak won 15-8 to become the new world champion. Photo: Giuseppe Cacace / AFP - Getty Images

27) A boy jumps between roof domes as he plays during the annual Tbilisoba City Day celebration in Tbilisi, Georgia, Saturday, Oct. 8, with Metekhi Church, built in 13th century, seen in the background. Photo: Shakh Aivazov/AP

28) Sir Paul McCartney and his fiancee Nancy Shevell arrive at Westminster Registry Office in Marylebone for their wedding on Oct. 9, in London, England. Photo: Facundo Arrizabalaga / AFP - Getty Images

29) Adam Lee, balloon twisting artist, stands beneath his giant balloon sculpture hanging in the Great Wolf Lodge Lobby in Grand Mound, Wash. On Oct. 13. Lee broke the Guinness World Record for "Largest Balloon Sculpture" with nearly 3,000 balloons measuring 45 feet 2 inches wide by 22 feet 2 inches long. Photo: Otto Greule Jr. / AP

30) Filopino fashion designer Herbert Chavez dresses like the "Man of Steel" as he stands among his huge collection of Superman mannequins, dolls and other paraphernalia at his home in Calamba, south of Manila, Oct. 13. The 35-year-old fan underwent extensive cosmetic surgery in an attempt to transform himself into his comic book hero. Photo: Jay Directo / AFP - Getty Images

31) A model displays a creation by Alpana and Neeraj at the Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week Spring Summer 2012 in New Delhi, India, Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2011. (AP Photo/Tsering Topgyal)


A sign you won't see at those Occupy rallies. Photo: Michelle Malkin

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