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Dr. Perlut Emerges From Seclusion, Talks Goulet and Facial Hair With KATT

On October 19, 2016, by AMI Staff

Three years ago, the American Mustache Institute’s Dr. Aaron Perlut handed over the organizational reigns to current AMI chief executive Dr. Adam Paul Causgrove who has continued AMI’s practice of militant, iron-fisted facial hair advocacy. Since then, Dr. Perlut has rarely been seen nor heard from, living a life of seclusion while studying bathing uses [...]

Job Creator Pizza Hut Posts Position Well-suited For Mustached Americans

On October 18, 2016, by AMI Staff

The election season has predictably driven broad and necessary conversations around jobs growth, with much of the dialogue focusing on the Obama-era economy and wage disparity. But little discussion, if any, has focused around people of Mustached American heritage who have been struggling with subpar employment opportunities since 1980. Indeed, if you are a Mustached [...]

Ken Bone, John Stossel Among Goulet Award Finalists As Voting Opens

On October 11, 2016, by AMI Staff

Ken Bone is now a certified American hero, along withe six other austere Mustached Americans. After combing through more than 500 nominees, the Certified Mustacheology Analysis Unit (CMAC) of the American Mustache Institute today presented the finalists for the eight annual Robert Goulet Memorial Mustached American of the Year (vote here). The winner of the [...]

Mustaches Aplenty Descend on Denver

On September 20, 2016, by AMI Staff

In Denver this Saturday, Sept. 24, the 2016 Great American Beard and Moustache Championship will not highlight a mere one or two mustache geniuses, but rather, showcase an impressive six variations of the mouth brow. The most sexually dynamic of those among us can compete in the Natural, English, Imperial, Dali, Hungarian/Wild West, or Freestyle Moustache categories. Or, [...]

Nominations Open for 2016-17 Goulet Awards

On September 8, 2016, by AMI Staff

Maybe it will be litigious former wrestler Hulk Hogan for taking down Gawker, little known Ricardo Ruiz from San Antonio, professional golfer Rickie Fowler, or even Glee star Lea Michele. The optimal question being: Who is worthy of nomination for the American Mustache Institute’s 2016-17 Robert Goulet Memorial Mustached American of the Year presented by [...]

St. Louis Cardinals Honor AMI’s Decade of Mustache Leadership

On August 17, 2016, by AMI Staff

On August 6, 2016, the St. Louis Cardinals honored the American Mustache Institute’s past decade of militant advocacy and laser cocksmanship which changed the way sexually dynamic mammals perceive and accept mustaches, beards and goatees.

‘Stache Scale Analysis: a Hit as Double Minority Louis C.K. Most Streamed Comic

On August 11, 2016, by AMI Staff

It’s an understood reality that Louis C.K. leads the life of a double minority: A person of Mustached American heritage and a ginger. Indeed, if you added in his mid-section heft and baldness to the mix, without his celebrity his standing would be that of a one-eyed horseshoe fitter at best in broader society. But [...]

Mengden Works to Revive Mustache Gang In Oakland

On June 23, 2016, by AMI Staff

Being that it’s 2016, you may have never heard of The Mustache Gang, a term coined for the 1972 Oakland Athletic’s baseball team that broke the traditionally conservative baseball views by sporting mustaches during the regular season. How did the Gang come to fruition? Reggie Jackson showed up to spring training with a mustache claiming [...]

Dance Cheetah Prepares for 2016 Air Guitar Championships

On May 27, 2016, by AMI Staff

Romeo Dance Cheetah is more than just a music correspondent for the American Mustache Institute. He is, in fact, the 2010 U.S. Air Guitar Champion who once competed on America’s Got Talent to the delight of judges Sharon Osbourne and Howard Stern. And as the 2016 U.S. championships approach on June 24 in Chicago — Dance Cheetah [...]

Tangipahoa Parish Schools Violate Civil Liberties of Valedictorian

On May 23, 2016, by AMI Staff

Scholar-athlete Andrew Jones — the valedictorian of Amite High School in Amite, Louisiana, who has a 4.0 grade point average — was recently barred from marching in his school’s graduation ceremony. Why? A mustache. “Our school board has a policy that does not allow any facial hair on male students,” said Tangipahoa Parish school superintendent Mark [...]

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