Hi, I’m Meathead. Looks like it’s been a little slower than usual here at the Buddyhead website this week, with the only update being the Motörhead ticket giveaway. I was at that show last night, and I can pretty safely say that those are the loudest senior citizens I’ve ever heard. King Leonidas’ band, Clutch, kicked roughly ten metric tons of ass as well. I didn’t bother showing up in time for Valiant Thorr because their name is kind of stupid.
Anyway, you don’t care about any of this shit. You’re obviously on the edge of your seat waiting to see the latest batch of drawings I made this week. Man, that’s so sad. But if that’s what you want, I’ll share them with you. I mean, why the hell not.
Day #65: Clint Howard
Clint Howard is one of the most powerful and gifted (not to mention handsome) actors of our generation. But he doesn’t let it go to his beautiful, smooth, slightly moist head. He never steals the spotlight in any of his movies, but instead allows his fellow actors to get the attention. After all, he doesn’t need any fancy awards to prove himself to the world. And he’s always willing to help out his less-fortunate brother, Ron, when he’s behind on the rent by letting him direct. You just never see that kind of purely selfless attitude in Hollywood these days.
Day #66: George Takei
George Takei is most famous for his role as Mister Sulu on the original Star Trek series and the first 85 or so Star Trek films. I know that makes some uptight people uncomfortable, but it doesn’t bother me. If he wants to be a former Star Trek cast member, he should have that right without people judging him for it. I say go on, George, be that guy from Star Trek! Don’t let anybody stand in your way! Be proud of who you are. There are so many colors in the Starfleet uniform (well, two, I guess); don’t be afraid to let your insignia shine!
Day #67: Rod Serling
Doo doo doo doo. Doo doo doo doo. Doo doo doo doo. Doo doo doo doo. (That was me typing out the Twilight Zone music.) (I’m an idiot.) This is Rod, the creepy dude who originally hosted The Twilight Zone. Remember that one episode with the ventriloquist dummy that came to life? I first saw it late at night when I was maybe seven or eight years old, and I didn’t sleep for about a week afterwards. Thanks a lot, Rod.
Day #68: Jim Carrey
I used to think that Jim Carrey was probably just a relatively normal guy when the cameras were off. Then he joined Twitter and I realized that he actually is one hundred percent certifiably insane (not to mention nearly incapable of typing anything without a fucking stupid emoticon after it). This is a drawing of what he probably looks like after being shot up with horse tranquilizers to prepare for shooting another scene. ;^)
Day #69: Louis C.K.
Louis C.K. is the creator of what, in my humble opinion, was the best pop song of 2010, “Shittin’ in Hitler’s Mouth.” Unfortunately, it didn’t make the Billboard singles charts, because the system is totally rigged. But Louie should have won the fucking Grammy for that shit.
Day #70: Pablo Picasso
Yeah, because this week really needs another bald guy in it. Anyway, I don’t need to tell you who Picasso is. He was only the biggest rock star of the art world through the majority of the 20th century. But here’s a little piece of Picasso trivia you may not know: Throughout his entire life, he was never once called an asshole. Seriously, it’s true. There’s even a song about it.
Day #71: Dr. Dre
Kinda messed this one up, I think. Everybody do me a big favor and don’t tell him about it if you run into him. There are already enough people out there who want to kick my ass.
And that would appear to be it for this week. I hope you enjoyed them. If you didn’t, well, I’m probably not going to get any better so you might as well just go ahead and stop reading my posts. See you later! Enjoy what’s left of your weekend!
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