Found August 01, 2012 on The Last Angry Fan:
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See what I did there? From the skilled hand of English farmer Tom Robinson comes this ginormously impressive Usain Bolt corn maze, titled “The Amazing Usain Bolt Maize Maze,” with Bolt in his iconic lightning pose and the words “Go Usain!” below the Jamaican sprinter’s corn field outline. If you find yourself in Staffordshire, England, for some reason, head on over to Robinson’s farm and check it out.  It ranks at or near the top of things to see when visiting Staffordshire, I’m sure. [H/T to Cosby Sweaters]
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