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Rick Scott is Not Your Ridiculously Photogenic Governor

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Zeddie Little, the dashing being captured mid-marathon looking like Derek Zoolander, is sweeping the internet as "the ridiculously photogenic guy." Well, what do you know, we've found another interesting photo of a, uh, distinguished mug running right on Rick Scott's Flickr. Unfortunately for Scott, people do not love him nearly as much as they love Little.

Here are some of our favorites from Scott's very own running-and-smiling meme that's taking over the Interwebs today:

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