My number one concern for most of adult life has been making sure I have a roof over my head when it’s time to go to sleep, and still I’ve been tricked into camping this weekend. If it’s good enough for Ron, I can give it a go. I’m not sure if I am prepared, but I have a flannel shirt on so I’ve got that going for me. Enjoy your weekend!
Keith Hernandez soldout to Schick Hydro and shaved his mustache. He claims that he will donate $5000 to charity from the blood money Schick paid him, but can we believe him? Can we trust anything he says anymore?!
He once had one of the most recognizable mustaches in the game, but now he looks like a less intelligent Alex Trebek. I hope he enjoys his new life of obscurity and waiting in long lines to get a table at a restaurant.
I think EuroTrip is probably an underrated movie, just because I’ve never really heard anyone talk about it. I like it though. I’ll tune in every so often when it’s on the television. It’s not difficult to like the mime-robot fighting scene, especially since they inexplicably added a mustache to the robot.
Joseph Gordon Levitt hosted another pretty good SNL over the weekend. They had him wearing a steesh as the son of the Most Interesting Man in the World in a spoof of the Dos Equis commercials. The beer is called Tres Equis, and I tried to get myself fired today by searching “Joseph Gordon Levitt XXX.”
Zach is the starting Quarterback for LSU. His wikipedia page says he originally attended the University of Georgia but was kicked off the team due to a violation of team rules (no facial hair allowed).
Now he is testing the limits of the jersey chasers in Louisiana with a mustache that should send shivers down the spine of any parent with a young child. JK. LOL. Ladies love football players.
The last two weeks have been incredibly busy for me at work. Tomorrow will be my 13th day in a row working. That really isn’t a big deal for most people, but I am used to having enough downtime at work to run a blog dedicated to mustaches. THAT’S A LOT OF DOWNTIME!
But at least I got a treat with a new Parks and Recreation last night. It’s always nice to see Ron.
Next week the steeshes should be flowing. I saw a Steve Harvey billboard on the way in to work today and I think I’m going to start using photoshop to replace his mustache with American Landmarks. I don’t exactly know why or what that would look like, but it’s an actually thought I had today.
The new season of SNL premiered this weekend with host Seth MacFarlane. In one particularly funny bit, Steve Harvey’s new daytime talk show has a makeover segment where he makes Seth MacFarlane’s character over to look just like him. It doesn’t take much to amuse me.
Update: I tried to embed the video earlier, but as we all know Hulu is the devil so here is the link:
The Sting is a fantastic movie. I haven’t seen it lately. I thought of this steesh when I was shopping for pasta sauce and noticed how the artist who draws Newman is not afraid to add a steesh. Stay tuned for more.
The Rams are not very good, but they need to reward the people who come to their games, so they will be treating their opener as a Stache Bash. This is an easy promotion since 95% of St. Louis Ram’s fans already have a mustache, while the other 5% are either babies or thought they were going to the zoo to see actual rams.
I didn’t know anything about Kevin Hickey until last night when I was forced to watch the White Sox game at a fantasy football draft. Hickey never played high school baseball, but he was really good at 16 inch softball. He went from softball to semipro baseball, to pitching for the White Sox. For people who don’t know anything about baseball, this is a remarkable accomplishment.
Hickey passed way earlier this year while working as the batting practice pitcher for the White Sox. He was honored by the team in a ceremony before the game last night, and many of the players wore mustaches as a sign of respect.