I’ve had this picture saved on my computer since January 31, 2013 and thought it would be there forever. It didn’t seem like being a former basketball player and current analyst for the Chicago Bulls was gonna be enough to get him on steeshes.com. But then he PUNCHED A COWORKER. I made a bingo!
Jack Rebney was called the Angriest Man In The World when a compilation of outtakes from a promotional video for Winnebago was leaked, first by people passing around VHS copies (haha) and then when it was put on youtube. Jack did not have a good time on this shoot. If you’ve never seen the expletive-filled outtakes, have a look:
If you’re like me and you enjoyed the video, and you still haven’t fallen asleep at 12:30 on what is now for sure going to be an exhausting Monday, why not catch Winnebago Man on Netflix. This documentary catches up with Jack to see if he’s still swearing (spoiler alert: HE IS).
As anyone die-hard soccer nut knows, Alexi is a retired American soccer player, former soccer president and GM, and current ESPN and ABC analyst. For those of use who don’t know him we might google him while at work to find out more about him. By doing so we might also discover that there is a women with a similar name that takes her clothes of to make monies.
I don’t think my internet use is monitored, but if it is, anybody out there hiring?
Walter Cronkite was an American broadcast journalist, best known as anchorman for the CBS Evening News. He was once considered to be “the most trusted man in America.” I believe that title now lies with Jack MacBrayer.
Here are some of the things he covered:
World War II
The Nuremberg trials
Iran Hostage Crisis
President John F. Kennedy’s death
Martin Luther King, Jr.’s death
The Beatles musician John Lennon’s death
Extensive TV coverage of the U.S. space program
One thing that didn’t get extensive coverage is his upper lip. Though Walter did have a steesh, it appears his eyebrows provided more coverage than his mustache.
John Hodgman is an author, actor, and humorist. He is probably best known for his correspondent work on Comedy Central’s The Daily Show with Jon Stewart and for his personification of a PC in contrast to Justin Long’s personification of a Mac in Apple’s “Get a Mac” advertising campaign.
Let’s just be completely honest. This is one hell of a cookie duster. It almost looks like those new king size snickers bars, the way they come in two pieces. You really have to respect this guy.