Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Robert Redford. Actor. Director. Head of Women's Studies at Community College of Denver.

Monday, October 29, 2007

Lenorad Nimoy. "V" is for... Actor. Snapper of naughty pictures.

John Denver. Singer. Country boy. Aviator.

Sunday, October 28, 2007

CONTEST! (Poll in top left of blog)

The post below contains pictures of three of the more popular submissions to the "men who look like old lesbians" blog--Ric Ocasek, Tony Curtis and David Lynch. I chose them based on e-mails, comments, phone calls and other feedback I received. There are plenty of other great candidates too and I plan on including them in future polls. New submissions will, of course, also be in upcoming polls. The contest will end on Friday, November 2, 2007--midnight-ish, PST. The winner will receive a free "men who look like old lesbians" T-shirt. Soon after that, I'll start another poll. (Yes, a lawyer suggested some of this copy and yes he wanted me to change "midnight-ish" to 12:00 AM, but so far I haven't, even though he assured me he only had my best interests at heart. He's also come up with some other legal language that he wants me to put on the blog that I probably will, but haven't yet.). Thank you. Keith Mays.

Ric Ocasek
Tony Curtis

David Lynch

Saturday, October 27, 2007

Al Franken. Writer. Possible candidate. Rush Limbaugh tormentor. Art director of Lands' End catalogue

Facial Hair Edition

Ken Burns. Documentary film maker ("Softball," "Jazzercise"). PBS contributor.

Billy Crystal. Shtick-addicted host. A grandparent, while I can still walk, thank you very much!

Friday, October 26, 2007

Tom Cruise. Straight actor in a solid, love-based marriage; father (in all senses of the word) of adorable baby. Free to participate and advocate the religion of his choice without fear of judgment, as is his right.

Ian Hunter. Leader of the often over-looked band Mott the Hoople. "Hey you in the glasses. Get some Ray-Bans."

J Mascis. Guitar-loving indie god. Could teach the Reid brothers a thing or two about noise.

William Katt. Actor. Retired superhero. Co-owner of reflexology store near Amherst, Mass.

Thursday, October 25, 2007

Paul Stanley. Cat loving musician who often appears with others from band on front of ironic T-shirts.

Larry Flynt. Publisher of magazine specializing in gynecology. Smuttiest person to appear before Supreme Court who is not a Justice.

Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Jon Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora. Founding members of Bon Jovi ; found career resurgence as Le Tigre.

Pete Rose. Single-minded professional gambler. President of the CLAWS (Cincinnati League of All-Women Softball).

Monday, October 22, 2007

Newt Gingrich. Former speaker of the House. Long time partner of Andrea Dworkin.

Sunday, October 21, 2007

Lance Bass.* Junior astronaut. F.O.B. (Friend of Britney). Broadway actor, in the tradition of Rosie O'Donnell.

Erik Estrada. TV cop turned Spanish television soap star turned real estate salesperson.

Gary Shandling. Comic. Writer. Dog-loving talk show host.

Zach Efron** Lip-syncing singer/actor. Heartthrob for girls, ages 8-13 and men, ages 28 -33.

Friday, October 19, 2007

Steve Miller (AKA Maurice). Musician. Peach-loving space cowboy.

Thursday, October 18, 2007

David Brenner. Did you ever notice I don't have an act?

Patrick Swayze. Actor. Dancer. Currently pitching a musical production of "Ghost" featuring himself and Lisa Bonet.

Al Pacino. Actor/feminist author who, by all accounts, has let himself go.

Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Gore Vidal. Novelist. Playwright. Essayist. Former Norman Mailer sparing partner and executive producer of "The Golden Girls."

Christopher Hitchens. Deity-denying provocateur. Author ("Christopher Hitchens is Awesome"). Straight up, leave the bottle.

Monday, October 15, 2007

Ric Ocasek (left, pictured here with "Amazing Race" partner and former nighttime soap star Michelle Lee). Singer. Producer.

Christopher Walken. Actor. Video star. Designer of Mary Chapin Carpenter Website.

Sunday, October 14, 2007

Michael Moore. Documentary film maker. Union and softball league organizer.

David Lynch. Critically acclaimed director of cult classics. Amelia Earhart double.

Wes Anderson.* Auteur (makes movies); honorary Wilson brother; captain, University of Texas volleyball team.

Wednesday, October 10, 2007

George Takei. Actor, writer. Part-time instructor of poetry workshops at UC Santa Cruz.

Wayne Newton. Las Vegas-based litigious* singer and dancer.

Jack (far right). Member of famous entrepreneurial trio, all of whom suffer from Pituitary Gigantism.

Merv Griffin (pictured shortly before he bought the farm). Game show wizard, friend of Nancy, owner of large Beverly Hills B&B.

Monday, October 08, 2007

Tony Curtis. Yikes.

Rodney Bingenheimer. The Mayor of Sunset Strip, helped introduce David Bowie and Marc Bolan to U.S., editor of Cat Fancy magazine.

Sunday, October 07, 2007

Ward Churchill--Former professor, anti-victim rights advocate, marketer of failed "Li'l Eichmann" dolls.

Clay Aiken*--Singer (finished 2nd in national talent competition), music teacher, scrapbook hobbyist.

Saturday, October 06, 2007

John Gibson. TV and radio host. Best-selling author. Played "Aunt Bea" in short-lived revival of "Andy Griffith Show."

Phil Spector. Record producer. Nut job. Lady killer.

Paul Williams (left). Composer, songwriters' hall of fame member, actor. Credits include The Muppet Movie, Hollywood Squares.

Friday, October 05, 2007

Roy Orbison. Rock pioneer, ghost.

George Steinbrenner. Sports enthusiast, former felon.

Wednesday, October 03, 2007

Barry Manilow. Singer/songwriter/entertainer. Owner of "I Wash the Dogs," a Tuscon-based chain of doggy day spas.

Kim Jong-il. Leader of North Korea, Lea DeLaria impersonator, soccer mom.

Monday, October 01, 2007

Bruce Jenner. Gold medal winner, motivational speaker, inaugural member of the WNBA.

Steven Tyler. Lead singer of Stones cover band, pharamceutical connoisseur, parent of two inexplicably well-adjusted daughters.