Friday, November 30, 2007

Roger Waters. Musician. Member of classic rock radio staple Pink Floyd. Children's librarian.

Joe Piscopo. Comic. Impersonator. Former SNL cast member who Jimmy Fallon is apparently modeling his career on.

Robert Pollard (background). Singer. Elementary school teacher turned extremely prolific songwriter as leader of indie band Guided by Voices.

Thursday, November 29, 2007

Dave Foley (with former "News Radio" co-star Maura Tierney). One of the less sexually ambiguous members of "Kids in the Hall."

John Davidson. TV game show host. Former pretty boy. Dude, what happened?

Prince. Musician. Singer/songwriter. Generally acknowledged to be a genius with a resemblance to a young Diahann Carroll

Wednesday, November 28, 2007


We have our second winner in our submission contest, and it's Georgia Harper of Australia. Your FREE shirt is on its way, Georgia! She sent in the blog-favorite picture of "I pulled a gun on a Beatle and a Ramone!" (allegedly/reportedly/it's been rumored) Phil Spector. Next up are three more favorites: writer Chuck Klosterman, critic Roger Ebert and singer-songwriter Smokey Robinson! They're pictured below and, as usual, the poll is on the left. Thank you very much for participating in these polls and sending in all these pictures. Keith

Our three contestants!

(left) Chuck Klosterman.

Roger Ebert

Smokey Robinson.

Sunday, November 25, 2007

Bruce Jenner. In some cases, it has to be just the right photo...

...In other cases, it is, I admit, a little unfair... the result of an unfortunate hairstyle or fashion of a certain era...

...other times, it may be that it's a conscious effort by the person to look androgynous or just plain weird...

...or it could even be a role the person is playing that I'm unaware of...

...or (and this very much pains me to admit), a stretch. Strange looking, sure, a few comments have noted about some on the site. But not an old lesbian...

...then there's Bruce Jenner. In photo after photo, pose after pose... with family... in a role... giving a speech... dressed for a night out at My Sister's Room in Atlanta... he never fails to deliver....

Bruce Jenner. A man who truly looks like an old lesbian.

Saturday, November 24, 2007

Morten Andersen. Football player. Ageless place kicker. Guard in women's prison.

Facial Hair Edition

Captain Kangaroo. Children's television host with apparent military background.

Harlan Ellison. Writer. Crazy person.

Gary LeVox. Lead singer of Rascal Flatts. Manager of Bass Outlet Store, Brattleboro, Vermont.

Thursday, November 22, 2007

Peter Criss. Musician. Drummer in bottom-feeding glam rock group. Collector of cat memorabilia.

Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Peter Noone. Singer. Leader (Herman) of Herman's Hermits, stowaways of the British Invasion.

Peter Sellars. Avante garde (or similar) theater director. Currently working on production of "Richard III" with cast on Segways.

Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Roger Ebert. Pulitzer prize winning columnist and film critic. Screenwriter whose films include "Beyond the Valley of the Dolls" and "Kangaroo Jack" (uncredited).

Thurston Moore. * Musician. Singer. Easily the tallest member of influential alternative New York City-based band Sonic Youth.

David Coverdale. Singer with Deep Purple and later Whitesnake (not to be confused with the more incendiary and similarly named and musically inclined group of the same era, Great White).

Walter Mercado. Puerto Rican-born psychic and television personality who bears resemblance to a former first lady.

Craig Williams. Australian jockey. Psychiatric nurse.

Monday, November 19, 2007

Tom Petty. Lyric-lifting singer/songwriter. All-grown up American Girl.

Chuck Klosterman. Pop-culture obsessed and farm-raised hipster who writes for GQ and ESPN.

Sunday, November 18, 2007

Lance Burton. Slightly less creepy Las Vegas-based magician. k.d. lang stand in.

Lou Reed. Musician. Recreational drug use advocate. You know, those were different times.

Kevin Rudd. Ear wax munching member of Australian Parliament.

Friday, November 16, 2007

John Rzeznik.* Former Replacements groupie. Lead singer of Goo Goo Dolls.

Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Richard Butler. Molly Ringwald serenading lead singer of the Psychedelic Furs.

Bruce Cockburn. Canadian singer-songwriter with Middle School giggle producing last name (pronounced, however, "Co-burn").

Monday, November 12, 2007

Kyle MacLachlan. Actor known for his work with David Lynch and Elizabeth Berkley. Manages website about his two small dogs.

Sunday, November 11, 2007

Contest! [see poll, top left corner]

Inaugural contest winner Bryan Borubin is no doubt showing off his "men who looks like old lesbians" T-shirt to friends and gaining entry into his town's most exclusive clubs. Now three others who have submitted candidates will have a chance to do the same. Please vote for: Phil Spector, Merv Griffin or Wes Anderson. Thank you and thanks for all the submissions--and please send more. Keith Mays. (See pictures below.)
Phil Spector
Wes Anderson

Merv Griffin

Lesbians of the future edition

Mo Rocca. I'm not really sure what he does.

Thursday, November 08, 2007

Smokey Robinson. Singing legend. Record executive. Frozen food salesperson. Point guard for the Sparks.

Eddie Money. One of New York's Finest turned musician who was making non-descriptive rock before Bryan Adams even thought of sucking.

Wednesday, November 07, 2007

Warren Beatty. Actor. Director. Famed foe of Bobby Riggs. Former BFF of Carly Simon.

Tuesday, November 06, 2007

Andy Warhol. Painter. Film maker. Graphic artist. In the future, everyone will have bad hair for 15 minutes.

Historical Edition

Oscar Wilde. Irish writer perhaps best known for not suffering from depression or alcoholism or both. "The only thing worse than being blogged about is not being blogged about at all."

Monday, November 05, 2007

Bruce Vilanch. Sneaker-wearing quipster often charged with the task of making Whoopi Goldberg amusing.

Saturday, November 03, 2007

David Hasselhoff. Singer. Actor. Burger munching YouTube star. Drunk.

Don Imus. Disc jockey and humorist whose comments about the Rutgers University women's basketball team in 2007 led to the name "Imus" being mentioned on a college campus for the first time in 35 years.

Friday, November 02, 2007

Mike Miller. Grizzly NBA player. Manages Sleater-Kinney fan website.