In this image from video, President Barack Obama lookalike Larry Graves speaks during an interview. Graves has the security detail, the prominent ears and the U.S. flag pin, but substitute teacher Graves is no Barack Obama. He’s a professional lookalike for the president. They have something else in common, too: a frantic schedule leading up to the inauguration. "It’s definitely a busy time," Graves said. "Between the campaign season and the inauguration, it’s been prime time. Barack Obama is a respectable guy. People want to have him at their parties." (AP Photo)

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In this image from video, President Barack Obama lookalike Larry Graves speaks during an interview. Graves has the security detail, the prominent ears and the U.S. flag pin, but substitute teacher Graves is no Barack Obama. He’s a professional lookalike for the president. They have something else in common, too: a frantic schedule leading up to the inauguration. "It’s definitely a busy time,"  Graves said. "Between the campaign season and the inauguration, it’s been prime time. Barack Obama is a respectable guy. People want to have him at their parties." (AP Photo)
In this image from video, President Barack Obama lookalike Larry Graves speaks during an interview. Graves has the security detail, the prominent ears and the U.S. flag pin, but substitute teacher Graves is no Barack Obama. He’s a professional lookalike for the president. They have something else in common, too: a frantic schedule leading up to the inauguration. "It’s definitely a busy time," Graves said. "Between the campaign season and the inauguration, it’s been prime time. Barack Obama is a respectable guy. People want to have him at their parties." (AP Photo)
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