The moustache is growing slowly but surely, though as expected it is pretty hilariously bad…
The MOVE Challenge is also going well, and having a gym at the hotel has made it easy to keep recovering from injury. Hopefully I’ll be back to rugby training this week, just in time to help prepare our team for the final game of the season, a top of the table showdown against Danbury.
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Anyways, in lieu of a longform post this week, I thought I would post a little playlist that pays tribute to some of the best moustaches in music history, from classical to contemporary. Some are composers, some are performers, some are just they guys they got to pose for the cover. In all cases, they rocked some filthy moustaches.
Giacomo Puccini – The master of Verismo opera. Dapper and intense… here’s the aria “Tre sbirri, una carrozza…” from opera “Tosca”:
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Bonus Video: Bargearse!
An Australian classic. For foreign readers, back in the early 90’s a group of comedians found an old cop drama and overdubbed it with puerile humor and fart jokes for comic effect, beating "Space Ghost: Coast to Coast" to the idea by a few years. Here’s the episode where Bargearse releases an easy listening album.