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.
I sure I wish I had time to make some new Horror Movie Villains with steeshes, but it’s not possible. So today I’ll shares some of my favorite scary, creepy or Halloween themed steeshes:
Freddy Krueger is the fanciest of horror villains because he wears a sweater and a fedora.
Clifford might not be a horror movie, or even Halloween themed, but good golly is Martin Short creepy in it
Avoiding obsessed fans like Kathy Bates in Misery is one of the reasons I don’t post as on this website anymore.
H.H. Holmes built a hotel of death (AKA Murder Caste) during Chicago’s World Fair. I would be even more afraid to visit the site of the hotel today because I am afraid of waiting in line, and it is a U.S. Post Office.
I know we are showing a lot of scary pictures. Don’t be afraid. Steve is here for us.
I really am afraid of stalkers, even though no one will ever stalk me. Here is Robert De Nero from The King of Comedy, who if you’re not careful with, might do a murder to you.
Raul Julia was not at all scary in The Addams Family movies. He was suave, and so was his mustache.
Raul Julie was so suave he had a baby with a mustache. Pubert Addams was played by two baby girls, Kaitlyn Hooper and Kristen Hooper.
On Halloween we stuff ourselves with candy. On any day, Jeffery Dahmer stuffed himself with humans.
And finally, why in the world does Michael Myers walk so slowly to do murders? Any wheeled transportation would hasten his horror.
Thank you to everyone who participated in yesterday’s job poll. As I suspected, the majority of people do not like their jobs, and we have no professional athletes or movie stars visiting this website. Therefore, to amuse those struggling to get through the day, I can feel free to post pictures of famous people with mustaches, and they’ll never know if I make fun of them.
According to the Onion AV Club review of A Million Ways to Die in the West, Neil Patrick Harris plays an oily proprietor of an upscale “mustachery.” So make sure to see this when it’s no HBO in a few years.
Tim Lincecum, who I think looks like Ms. Gultch from The Wizard of Oz, grew a mustache for the San Francisco Giants photo day. It was a good effort, but it ended up looking like he forgot to wipe the Oreo crumbs from his upper lip.
Continuing with our horror theme for today, here is something that came up after a discussion I had about how Michael Myers could be much more efficient in his killings if he took the time to get himself a ride. I suggested a bike, a friend suggested a segway, and that was that.
It’s difficult to say what this is all about, but if you’re into it there are plenty more where that came from. Can you imagine that guy coming to your 8th birthday party with his Chucky/Butcher/Dead Eyed doll?
Matthew McConaughey is no stranger to the steesh, as we’ve seen in the past here and here. And now, he’s back with another dandy as the 2012 version of Rust Cohle in HBO’s wonderfully-creepy new show True Detective. If you haven’t watched this show yet, it’s worth it just to see him make those little men out of his beer cans.
Jose Valentin played baseball for 15 years and made $36,997,024 doing so. I bet he buys his girlfriend the 2 pound heart-shaped box of chocolates. I could only afford the 1 pound. I’ll let you know how she handles the news.
Maybe it’s just me, but for me, getting a valentine from Ron Swanson would be like getting one from the captain of the football team. Or no… I mean captain of the cheerleading squad. Yeah like from a cheerleader. Knibb High football rules!