Whoa Nelly! – Miller Monday

April 17, 2007 at 7:31 pm 8 comments

So there I was, simply minding my own business, perusing through one of the many fabulous links available to all readers of this blog when I first saw it.  At first I thought my eyes were deceiving me.  What was this?  What could it mean?  Could it be true?

It was a picture of the great T. Russell Jacobson. 

Now ordinarily a picture like this would pass right by my cerebral cortex and out the back door, but something just wasn’t jiving.  The problem was, that no matter how hard I stared I just couldnt figure out what was irking me.

So, I naturally downloaded the sucker to take a closer look.  Thanks to the genius that invented Microsoft Paint I was first able to blow up the picture.

After analyzing for a few more minutes I still had come to no conclusion.  So I decided to isolate my subject.

And then I saw it.  How could I have been so blind.  There really was something going on with the picture.  Luckily I was able to pinpoint the exact source of my uneasiness and have posted it below. 

Further, I have placed the adapted photo in its proper context.


Now before of any our readers become offended at what I have discovered, I would like to put your troubles to ease.  It looks like this is not actually Tim Jacobson’s new coiffure, but rather the effect of Tim standing directly behind a tall pointed tree.  Now whether this was done on purpose or for the sole purpose of confusing the shnikeys out of me I will let the reader decide.



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8 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Lowdogg  |  April 17, 2007 at 8:37 pm

    Awesome expose. What lurks in the mind of young Tim?

  • 2. Cousin Wes  |  April 18, 2007 at 1:54 am

    Are you sure that’s a tree in the background? I think the new “T Russell Tower” is simply a sign of audacity and incredible determination in the face of a brutal, unwavering enemy. If Mr. Male Pattern Baldness were knocking at your door, would you surrender and roll over?? The Tower of Terror is a symbol of hope–kind of like Captain Moroni’s banner–and it calls out to other hair follicles to Continue the Fight! Thank You Tim, for being an example of true courage to all of us. We know our battle is coming…

  • 3. Lindsay  |  April 18, 2007 at 1:33 pm

    Before I even scrolled down, I took one look at that top picture and thought, “Tinky Winky.” That’s something for a lady whose children haven’t viewed that program (thank the heavens above) in several years.

  • 4. Mike  |  April 20, 2007 at 12:04 pm

    haha i can’t help but wondering how much time was spent on turning tim into a teletubby.

  • 5. TRussell  |  April 20, 2007 at 6:15 pm

    Cousin Maret (that is fun to say) was thoughtful to point me in the right direction this morning. I had abandoned desires to read Miller Monday after the disturbing MJ photoshop job. But upon Maret’s promise to curb certain freedoms of expression, I returned to the blog to see my picture, thinking Maret had put it there in place of the pornographic one.

    To be completely honest, I laughed outloud. The number of thought progressions needed to present my misfortune in such a manner is in no doubt comical on its own merit and proves the comedic, and otherwise, genious of our dear friend Joey Miller.

    But really the lesson to be learned here is to never purchase a toupee from these guys again http://www.babytoupee.com/

  • 6. lemare  |  April 20, 2007 at 6:58 pm

    I would love to see a future photo of London Jacobson in a Lil Kim toupee.

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