I feel like this guy has been in the news a little bit lately. Here is Donald Trump with a fake steesh, which is possibly the only thing that could make him palatable.
I hope that some friendly Mexican boarder village builds a wall and paints the above mural on it just to warn anyone who has thoughts of immigrating here there’s a 50% chance of having to deal with Trump for the next four years.
David Axelrod, President Barack Obama’s senior strategist, said he would shave his mustache if Obama lost Pennsylvania, Minnesota or Michigan. He didn’t. Now Axelrod is offering to shave his mustache on live TV if he can raise $1 Million for epilepsy research by Nov. 30th.
I hope he raises the money because it seems like he really wants to shave his mustache. If this idea fails I hope he can bring himself to shave his mustache anyway on Dec. 1st just like every other normal guy – in his bathroom, alone, while listening to Linger by The Cranberries,
Krzysztof Putra was a politician from the great country of Poland, but tragically died in a plane crash in April 2010. As Billy Joel said, “Only the incredibly steeshed die young.” At least that’s what I think he said. Billy Joel’s music is ear cancer.
G. Spencer is a Wisconsin State Senator in the 6th district and Milwaukee City Treasurer-elect. Spencer is originally from Milwaukee, which is home to Sobleman’s, the best hamburger place on the planet. So Spence is an ok guy.
Spence’s claim to fame is that he has gone from Mailman to State Senator. Only in Wisconsin.
Gandhi, was the preeminent leader of Indian nationalism in British-ruled India. Employing non-violent civil disobedience, Gandhi led India to independence and inspired movements for non-violence, civil rights and freedom across the world. He also looks a little bit like…
Ambrose Burnside was an American soldier, railroad executive, inventor, industrialist, politician from Rhode Island, and a Union Army general. More importantly, the sideburn is named after him. Pretty impressive stuff here. Thank you to Elizabeth for submitting this steesh.
Reason I like this picture:
The way his facial hair travels up his face and blends into his horse shoe, it appears as if his mustache has taken over his head.
Reason I don’t like this picture:
Every picture taken before 1900 is creepy. It’s impossible for one to look normal. These people had to sit still for minutes at a time or they would ruin the picture. Also, he’s probably not wearing pants, and there’s no way to prove otherwise.
Robert Emory Evans (July 15, 1856 – July 8, 1925) was a Nebraska Republican politician, and are you flat out kidding me with that mustache?! I bet he was an umpire in his spare time and used that thing to dust off the plate between innings.