Keene does fine analysis of his games on chessgames.com
Regarding 1. f3:
Regarding 1. g4:
From "whatthefat" of chessgames.com
Ray Keene does not agree in the notes to M Basman vs Keene, 1981:
Ray Keene: "I have never been quite sure whether this is the worst opening move or whether that dubious title belongs to 1 f3. At least after 1 f3 d5 White can play 2 f4, or after 1 f3 e5 2 e4 Bc5 3 f4!?, but 1 g4 gives no such opportunity. One of the best ways to manhandle this miserable move is to play a sharp gambit against it."
And kibitzing on another game (M Basman vs Miles, 1981) he says: "actually tony miles and i had a race to see who cd beat basman fastest in this tournament with black if he opened 1g4-and i won by one move -basman resigned on move 20 in our game and after blacks 21st in tonys game!!the grob really is the worst possible opening."
The point is, while 1.h4?! generally wastes a tempo, it's not seriously weakening the king's position, unlike 1.g4? and 1.f3?
[Of course there is not a refutation for 1. g4 or 1.f3, but there are refutations for some of the lines for sure. Although an opening may not be objectively best, it may still be playable. Basman would not be as effective as he is if the opening were unsound; white maybe is only slightly worse in the 1. g4 lines ?!]
One may play some shoddy openings and still do well against high level opposition. Case in point:
(According to chessbase.com)
"Beber", handle of IM Robert Fontaine
"Ural", IM Alexander Reprintsev (42), FIDE rating: 2428 (June 2001)