Monthly Archives: May 2012

Darryl Keeton – Steeshed Grandfather Attacks Umpire

If you tried telling me the man pictured above attacked an umpire after a youth baseball game, I’d believe the second I heard “attacked.” And that’s just what this Alabama grandfather did. He now faces a felony charge and up to 10 years in prison for punching in umpire which resulted in a bloody nose.

He might want to consider shaving his mustache before he serves his time, as history shows a mustache will only make your more appealing in prison.

What If They Grew A Steesh: Cookie Monster

Today is National Chocolate Chip Day, so naturally Cookie Monster gets the cookie duster treatment. It is a little difficult adding a mustache to a puppet that doesn’t even have lips, but I’ve done the best I can. I recommend you get off my back.

Al Hrabosky

Al pitched for the Cardinals, Royals and Braves from 1970-1982. He is currently the color commentator for the Cardinals. He also owns a restaurant by Busch stadium called Al Hrabosky’s Ballpark Saloon, which seems appropriate since he looks like the crazy guy from every old west movie you’ve ever seen.

Mr. Pringles

I’ve eaten a whole can of Pringles more times than I’d like to admit. I don’t know if it’s because they are good or because I was trying to eat my way down to the tennis balls.

Does anyone else find it troubling that Mr. Pringles has no mouth?

James Doohan

James was a Canadian character and voice actor best known for his role as Montgomery “Scotty” Scott in the television and film series Star Trek. So he’s got that going for him.

Ernest Hemingway

I watched Midnight in Paris last night and I loved the way Hemingway was portrayed.  A real bad man. It makes me want to read all of his books. I won’t, because I have cable television and the internet exists, but I feel like I want to nonetheless.

Gabe Kaplan 2

Welcome Back, Kotter

Gabe Kaplan already has a post, but my cousin urged me to add him again today because on this date in 1976, the “Welcome Back, Kotter” theme song was the #1 song in the country. That’s right, this country. Even while there were other bands making music.

Not many people have graced the Steesh page more than once, other than Ron Swanson, but since it’s my cousin’s favorite show of all time, so I think it was worth making him happy. John Travolota was also on “Welcome Back, Kotter” so it makes me wonder about my cousin a little.

John Travolta

John Travolta might be in a little bit of hot water with a male masseuse. If you haven’t seen the allegations against him, feel free to check them out here. I’d explain more, but I don’t want to type some of the words used in the lawsuit in case my boss is tracking my key strokes.

Michael Vale

Dunkin Donuts guy

Michael Vale is most famous for playing Fred in Dunkin Donuts commercials where he would say, “Time to make the donuts.” Now people say that all the time. Sometimes to refer to having to use the bathroom! What a world we live in.

Michael died due to complications of diabetes on Christmas Eve, 2005. I hope Dunkin Donuts is happy.

John Steinbeck

John Ernst Steinbeck, Jr. (February 27, 1902 – December 20, 1968) was an American writer. He is widely known for the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel The Grapes of Wrath (1939) and East of Eden (1952) and the novella Of Mice and Men (1937). He was an author of twenty-seven books, including sixteen novels, six non-fiction books and five collections of short stories; Steinbeck received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1962.

Ashton Kutcher

Pop Chips thought it would be a good idea to dress up Ashton Kutcher (or Koosher if you’re Don Vito) like this for a dating service spoof commercial. I haven’t watched this yet, but come on… Look at that picture, Pop Chips. How can this be a good idea?

I don’t think the ad was out for a full day before Pop Chips released an apology and removed the spot. This should take the sales of Pop Chips from “not very many” to “a little less than before.”

Robert Morse

After a pretty depressing day of posts yesterday, I’m sticking to some safe people who I have no problems with. Robert is most famous for being in musicals I’ve never seen. He plays Bertram “Bert” Cooper in Mad Men, which I find to be a delightful show. Finally, his wikipedia page doesn’t have a “crimes committed” section. He’s aces in my book.

Batman Mustache

I saw this the other day and forgot to post it, but was reminded by a comment yesterday. I don’t know who this guy  is, or what the bet was that he lost, but as far as I can tell the picture originated from here. It’s had almost a million views in 3 days which is impressive for something that isn’t a naked celebrity.