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On the cover of this week’s print Washington City Paper is a photo of Mike Daisey performing his now-acknowledged-to-have-contained-falsehoods play The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs. Daisey is bringing the monologue back to Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company this month, and Chris Klimek explores why he’s still performing it and how the controversy over his invented facts has changed it.

But that’s not what this post is about. This post is about photobombing with Mike Daisey.

At Taylor Gourmet, watching Barack Obama order hoagies:

On CNN, watching Wolf Blitzer report that the Supreme Court had overturned the Affordable Care Act:

Watching Steve Jobs introduce the iPad:

Outside U.S. District Court, watching Harry Thomas Jr. leave after pleading guilty:

After the derecho:

And finally, EVERYWHERE:

Illustrations by Brooke Hatfield

Daisey photo courtesy Woolly Mammoth; HTJ photo by Darrow Montgomery; Taylor photo via NBC Washington; Jobs photo via YouTube; derecho photo by woodleywonderworks via Flickr