Gary Busey doing silly things in animated gif format. What more do you need? Head on over! And if you know of any excellent Busey gifs that should be featured, please let me know!
Also, you might’ve noticed that the image at the top of the page is completely different than it was yesterday. That’s because it’s the start of a new month and, as promised, I’m posting a reader-created design. This time, it’s from pal and frequent collaborator Nick Adams. He’s got some amazing work over on his flickr (click on his name) and I couldn’t be happier to showcase his visual representation of insanity. And in case you’re wondering where he found that image that looks remarkably like me, check this out. Also, you’re welcome for completely derailing your productivity for the day.
It’s no secret that I have a weird affinity for Gary Busey. He’s absolutely insane and has only descended further into madness as the years go on. I honestly believe that every movie would improve tenfold if Gary Busey made an appearance, even if the cameo is because the confused actor stumbled in front of the camera trying to find his way to the grocery store. However, as much as I love Gary Busey and his many antics, I do not love “The Gingerdead Man,” despite its incredible title and premise: a killer’s ashes are mixed in with gingerbread dough and made into a murderous cookie man. Sadly, once Gary Busey ends his brief cameo, the movie loses its appeal. There’s a thorough (and hilarious) review over at Something Awful, but after the jump you’ll find my thoughts on the film (short version: I don’t have much good to say).
Deciding to actually commit to posting something on this blog everyday for a year was terrifying, but then I thought about something that one of our great philosophical minds once said, and I immediately felt better. This quote by American actor and butthorn enthusiast Gary Busey tells me three things: one, FEAR is an acronym; two, FEAR is false; and three, the devil is a photographer. I’ve taken the liberty of illustrating this particular quote. Feel free to print it out and post it in your work area or near your bed so that you can see it when you fall asleep and when you wake up. Anytime you feel particularly fearful, glance at this quote and know that Mr. Busey is watching out for you. Also, Mr. Busey is watching you.
For those wondering, the text was arranged in PowerPoint (!!!) and then all of the illustrated goodness was added by hand. Some tweaking was done in Photoshop to remove some unwanted elements. Enjoy.