Rudy was the Miami man shot when police demanded he stop eating the face of another man and he refused. I refuse to post that picture, but if you’re into that sort of thing, you can find it on the interweb. I accidentally saw it when someone posted it on Facebook. I can’t imagine I’ll ever forget it.
My favorite steeshed gentleman, Nick Offerman (how could you not want to see him with that pig w/ a mustache), will be in Chicago for the Just for Laughs Festival presented by TBS. The festival runs from June 12-17 all across Chicago. The schedule can be found here.
If you are in Chicago, I suggest you check out some of these talented steeshed comedians. If you can’t make it, you can check back here for updates. I’m hitting the streets to bring you the inside scoop from the funniest staches of our generation. I’ll post some previews next week and reviews the week of the festival.
I hope people enjoy this stuff as much as I do, and for the weirdos that come here just for pictures of women with mustaches, I’ll try to see Amy Schumer and Sarah Silverman and give them the steesh treatment.
Derek Holland, starting pitcher for the Texas Rangers, decided to shave his mustache the other day. Big mistake, apparently, as he was roughed up for 8 runs without finishing the second inning last night. We can rest comfortably knowing that the steesh gods are keeping an eye on us.
Baxter Black is a cowboy, philosopher, and former veterinarian who hosts a syndicated radio show. With that enormous broom on his face, listening to him speak would be the only way of knowing that he actually had a mouth. Wikipedia claims he’s a true cowboy because Black doesn’t own a fax machine. Using their logic, 99% of the country is a cowboy then.
A man who legally changed his name to Led Zeppelin 2 has passed away.
In the article, his daughter talked about the name change: “My mom says that he talked about it for probably five years before the divorce.”
I commend the woman for sticking with him that long.
If you’ve watched an NBA game in the last 2 months, in between the games and the commercials for Franklin and Bash, you’ve seen the commercials for Men at Work. Masterson is one of the leads.
I’m not saying this won’t be good (it won’t), I’m just saying Men at Work as already been taken twice – once by an Australian band and once by a watchable movie from 1990. It’s time to step up your game, people that we depend on to entertain us.
Larry Bird, the man that is pictured above with a blonde mustache, called the Indiana Pacers “soft” after they lost to the Miami Heat last night by 32. A funny thing to say for someone whose mustache has the subtitle “Ghost Protocol”, I’d have to assume.
Personally I’d like both of these teams to beat the shit out of each other. I can’t stand either of them. I’d describe how horrible they are, but my articulate cousin already had this to say, “You know the Heat are a bunch of turd cutters when everyone is cheering for the Pacers who are a solid collection of dildos themselves.”
I really liked Weird Al when I was a kid. His songs kept me entertained for hours. I lost interested as I grew older but I’ve heard him interviewed recently and he seems like a nice guy. Paul F. Tompkins also told a great story in his last hour special about meeting Weird Al for the first time. I suggest you check out Laboring Under Delusions as it’s good, and Paul has a nice steesh himself.
Steeshes.com would like to salute the Newburgh Free Academy. This school honored a former teacher with “Fake Mustache Friday.” There is no greater tribute.
The students & faculty also plan on commemorating this former teacher with a memorial bench. We have a suggestion:
The Internet is a weird place, but you know that because you’re reading this. Now there is a website where you can buy mustaches for your car. From the Fantsypants to the High Roller, I’m sure you can find a steesh that suits your car from Karma Stache.
Pops was the stage doorman for the Muppet Theater. He was supposed to greet the guests when they first arrived — though the nearsighted and forgetful Pops invariably needed to ask “Who’re you?” in his slight country accent.
In the years since the Muppet Show, it’s been theorized that Pops was not nearsighted at all, rather he was blinded by his out of control steesh but refused to trim it because he liked the way it looked.