Charles makes more comic book comparisons

The most interesting character in the new Batman universe series, Gotham is Oswald Cobblepot better known as the Penguin. As we know Charles is obsessed with comic books. He compares Trey Gowdy to the Penguin.

Charles thinks life is a comic book.

92 Comments on “Charles makes more comic book comparisons”

  1. OLT's Laughing At An Aging Creep says:

    Hey, Stalker Charles, why do you compare yourself to successful, well-educated, and influential people like Trey Gowdy, Louis Gohmert, etc?

    Compare yourself to other aging creeps with greasy ponytails; this will assuage your unassuageable anger and feelings of inadequacy. Then you can stop with the idiotic posts, like this one.

  2. Zeus Crankypants says:

    And Trey Gowdy could waddle circles around Charles, both intellectually and physically.

    Short response, you lose again Charles.

  3. Octopus says:

    The Fix Is In!

  4. Octopus says:

    After much exploration on the topic of Mr. Cosby this evening, I must say that I am very impressed by the angst among conservatives over these ugly revelations. People are really taking it personally, with a lot of anger, denial and lashing out. Sadness, too.

    I can respect that. I guess I’m just not that invested in any man’s inherent nobility, conservative or whatever. All men are deeply-flawed, and subject to the constant battle between the light and dark angels. I’m shocked and saddened by the depravity (still alleged, but I’m sold) that’s been exposed by the testimony of so many women, and the old man who used to wrangle young(!) females for Dr. Huxtable back at CBS, but not really surprised.

    Any man can succumb to temptation, and being in a position of power and popularity, with the kind of inner-drive-demon that pushes such a man to the top of his chosen field, just worsens the odds for virtue to win out. Slick Willie was given a pass, besides the whole impeachment thing that kind of cast a pall over the party, but he was on the good side of the media and entertainment world — the liberal side. I’ve heard conservatives saying he got away scot-free. No, he didn’t. He was publicly shamed, and dragged through the muck by his crooked weiner. So was Anthony Weiner, by the way.

    Cosby is pegged as a “black conservative,” and has a long history as a family-friendly comedian, not to mention, “America’s Dad.” Reprisals will be severe. Is this unfair? I don’t think so. Sounds like he got away with way too much, during his long and massively-successful career. Time to pay the piper. They won’t take away his money or freedom, at this late stage of his life and with the statute of limitations run out on most or all of his crimes, but his reputation is going to be altered permanently, and not in a good way. That’s fitting.

    “If only it were all so simple! If only there were evil people somewhere insidiously committing evil deeds, and it were necessary only to separate them from the rest of us and destroy them. But the line dividing good and evil cuts through the heart of every human being. And who is willing to destroy a piece of his own heart?”
    — Alexander Solzhenitsyn

    • HaikuMan says:

      “Black conservative?”
      Cosby’s an ObamaBot.
      Raping hypocrite.

      • Octopus says:

        “Black conservative” is in quotes for a reason. Cosby is still beset by race-based demons, and given the era in which he grew up, it’s understandable. Some say his smiling front is borderline Uncle Tom-ish, like his suggestions to young blacks to pull their pants up and take care of their children.

  5. Bunk X says:

    Cosby was always part of the self-absorbed nihilistic Hollywood left while preaching family values. Now we know it was just a schtick, but that doesn’t demean the message that he promoted: be a good husband, a good father, take care of your family, and screw a drugged-out bimbo whenever you can.

  6. Bunk X says:

    Speaking of drugged-out bimbos, someone posted a link to a Barrett Brown story downstairs that I found interesting.

    If you recall, Brown wasn’t incarcerated merely for threatening an FBI agent, it was also for his apparent participation in criminal activities conducted by a sect of Anonymous. Whatever the charges, Brown was convicted, and he sits in prison. That’s probably the safest place for him, because he pissed off Anonymous by claiming to be their spokesperson. He was in deep.

    In that article, Brown brags about preferential treatment. Now read this and come to your own conclusions.

    • Octopus says:

      That FrontBurner article is first-rate prison journalism, imho. Looking forward to reading the series.

      He’s a scumbag, but he has a knack. He also has a knack for fucking up, so it wouldn’t surprise me a bit if he got on the wrong side of the wrong somebody, and got shanked for spilling secrets or something. Watch out for the Pie Cartel, Barrett.

  7. Arachne says:

    No, actually Itchy, I HAVEN’T noticed how much Curt Gowdy resembles Oswald Cobblepot. But I HAVE noticed how YOU resemble Jabba the Hut.

  8. Arachne says:

    Today’s Twitter follower update:

    Ginger – 11,615
    Itchy – 11.353

    Difference – 262

    Hoft – 32,324
    Itchy – 11,353

    Difference – 20,971

    Greenwald – 432,058
    Itchy – 11,353

    Difference – 420,705

    Itchy left in everybody’s dusts…..

    • KGB says:

      What about Brietbart (RIP)? What about Geller? What about Spencer?

      Has Chuck gone jihad on anyone that doesn’t dust him in terms of followers?

  9. Because says:

    Chuck seems to have a “thing” for aggressive prosecutors. Gowdy, Giuliani…

    I wonder what that’s all about.

  10. dwells38 says:

    During his golfing vacation at Martha’s Vineyard – Preezydent Obungle had been slicing off the tee on every hole.
    He asked his Scottish caddy if he had noticed any obvious reasons for his poor tee shots, to which the caddy replied:
    “Aye, there’s a piece of shyt on the end of yer driver. ”
    The Preezydent picked up his driver and cleaned the club face, at which point the caddy said:
    “No, the other end”

  11. Voltaire's Crack says:

    Charles needs to intervene. The underlings don’t have their stories straight and need their demi-god to speak some truth to the masses. Otherwise. Self. Destruct.

    1) Hagel is fired for not being enough of a hawk.

    Nov 24, 2014 6:30:30am

    #143 lawhawk

    The officials described Mr. Obama’s decision to remove Mr. Hagel, 68, as a recognition that the threat from the Islamic State would require a different kind of skills than those that Mr. Hagel was brought on to employ. A Republican with military experience who was skeptical about the Iraq war, Mr. Hagel came in to manage the Afghanistan combat withdrawal and the shrinking Pentagon budget in the era of budget sequestration.

    But now “the next couple of years will demand a different kind of focus,” one administration official said, speaking on the condition of anonymity. He insisted that Mr. Hagel was not fired, saying that he initiated discussions about his future two weeks ago with the president, and that the two men mutually agreed that it was time for him to leave.

    Gearing up for a big ground war. I think this means we will be all in before it’s over.

    2) But the GOP says he’s too much of a hawk, hence the dismissal?

    164 Targetpractice
    Nov 24, 2014 6:46:00am

    #162 Varek Raith

    He’s been angling for the US to go after Assad.
    That’s my take, based on his criticisms of the Admin’s ISIL policies.

    Which is what wingnuts will likely spin his dismissal as, his bucking the White House line by agreeing with the GOP that we need to put “boots on the ground” to fight ISIL.


    • Arachne says:

      Dear dummies – it’s because he told the truth about Obama’s bullsh*t ISIS policy. That is all….

    • dwells38 says:

      Chunk’s too busy waiting with bated breath on the grand jury verdict. The honor and justice for his personal friend gentle giant baby boy Michael Brown hangs in the balance and a RWNJ gun nut racist fascist pig may go scott free! If they don’t give the right decision then Chunky may just have to rampage in solidarity with the protesters. Except you know, smaller scale. Limited to just the Chunkster apartment. The fridge in specific. No salmon or artisenal cheeses are safe until justice is served!! Burrrp!!

      • Arachne says:

        Yes, Chuck, here’s the father of the Gentle Giant Strongarm Robbery Perp, sporting a tshirt that no doubt will shortly be on sale at Cafe Press as he and his wife are the runaway favorites in the balloting for the Trayvon Martin Grifter Parents award – 2014

        My only question – where the hell is “Soon”?

      • Octopus says:

        That shirt makes me sad.

  12. Because inner workings of the LGF server says:

  13. dwells38 says:

    And Chunky finds Sarah Palin incoherent?

    OBAMA: You know, they’re probably not going to be looking at me to campaign too much…One of the things about our society which is great, is that we don’t have real long memories. And, you know, we get, we get impatient for the next thing – it has worked for me before.


  14. dwells38 says:

    It’s easy to think this Iranian guy is just some Iranian mercurial dick using intimidation. Whether he is or not I can’t think of a single person who wouldn’t set someone like that off other than Kerry. He’s such a pompous jerk and tries to pretend his self-contradictions are not just reasonable but clever and artful arguments. I don’t blame this guy for wanting to shove his foot up his ass.

    Kerry’s going to fail for sure. His reports on negotiations might as well just be status updates on the excellelent progress they’re making toward full nuke capability.

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  17. Because no shirt? says:

    • Because says:

      What’s up with the graduation picture? Maybe Chunk should use his graduation picture for his avatar. If he ever graduated.

      Anybody wanna take a crack at photoshopping that?

    • Arachne says:

      Ah, and here is the intellectual and moral bankruptcy of Itchy Johnson on full display. Notice the photo – the sweet, Gentle Giant’s graduation photo, all cleaned up and presentable for public consumption. Notice he does not use the last known LIVE photo of this thug – of him assaulting a store clerk 1/2 his size while robbing his store.

      Since I won’t click on his degenerate site, I’m sure the rest of the sentence reads “faces charges for his murder of an unarmed black teenager as he tried to surrender to police.”

      You’re a shitbag Johnson. You’re SOOO the man of the Black People, down with their struggle. Hey, did you pay back George Duke’s estate for the $1,000 you grifted from him?

    • kbdabear says:

      He could put up a copy of the GED he got online

  18. pineapple says:

    I have a feeling that the self loathing white people over at LGF are going to be extra cranky today.

    If it wasn’t so funny it would be pathetic.

  19. pineapple says:

    The liberal brain……..

    We want justice we want justice! As long as it’s “our version” of justice.

    If Darren Wilson is indited today it will be because “the evidence pointed to that decision”.

    No indictment? It will be because “the fix is in”.

  20. Because oh gosh says:

  21. Arachne says:

    Hoft is leaking at Gateway Pundit that there will be no indictment of Wilson. Hope he’s right. Of course, my take – lack of evidence of wrongdoing – and Itchy’s take – no one cares if white cop gunned down unarmed Black college student – are different.

    Chris Hayes of MSLSD advises he’s going back to Ferguson tonight!! Keep watch for big piss party in his pants when mob starts moving TOWARD him.

    • Because says:

      I hope he’s not a ham sandwich.

      I’m sure Trey Gowdy could have gotten an indictment. 😆

    • kbdabear says:

      No, Chrissy hides behind a well fortified police line, protected by the same people he calls evil racist thugs just itching to murder innocent black valedictorians like The Gentle Giant

      • OLT's Because You Can Catch A Bad Case of Dead That Way says:

        Ain’t that the damnedest thing?

        Why not imbed with the “peaceful protesters”???

  22. dwells38 says:

    RT @Kragar_LGF: The same people who have called for a half dozen Benghazi hearings will say the #Ferguson Grand Jury announcement settles t…
    50 minutes ago

    Wow. How depraved can you be Chunky?

    Ferguson = Benghazi
    Michael Brown (thug, robber, rap idiot) = Ambassador Stevens and 3 others (honorable brave Americans)
    Officer Wilson responding to a call = Terrorists responding to a chance to murder Westerners

  23. Minnow says:

    Trey Gowdy doesn’t resemble “The Penguin” at all. But, noce try Barry – and thanks for playing.

    Now go shove some more food in your face loser.

  24. Because uh-oh. says:

    • Arachne says:

      Maybe because looney-tune left wingers like YOU are publishing photos of the assualting thug as a valedictorian.

      Nothing worse than having the “dumbest man on the internet” (according to Fatass) get a scoop and the Culver City Mega-Ass getting to do nothing but WHINE.

      • Voltaire's Crack says:

        At the same time, he’s contending that any leaks to Hoft are lies by Jim or bad info.

        Cheetohs vs. Mt. Dew. Tough decisions.

    • kbdabear says:

      Try getting “sources” besides Media Matters for you to copy and paste, Fatass

    • Because says:

      Hey Chunk. The fix is in. Your words. Can Hoft help it if he’s in on the conspiracy?

  25. Live feed from Culver City says:

    Chuck, is that you?

    live stream of guy on the run in Culver City.

  26. Octopus says:

    Oh, geez. Well, this is going to be a special evening. I think I’m going to take a nap, and wait for the tear-gas to blow over.

    As for the verdict, I figured they knew there was no indictment coming when they put the National Guard on stand-by. We in the detecting business like to call that, “a clue.”

    Let the race-baiting begin, Fatass! 🙄

  27. Because says:

    Home Depot must have Johnson and Co. doing their web design.

    “The casketed enclosure is designed for damp or wet locations indoors and outdoors.”

    I guess this must be for direct burial service.

  28. Because says:

    • Arachne says:

      Yeah, that would have made ALLLLLLL the difference. And Itchy has the nerve to call Hoft dumb? Oh, and his bullshit minions came to crap all over Hoft’s Twitter timeline. Now if Hoft’s people did that to Itchy’s timeline he’d be screaming “stalkers! Stalkers! Check out the shocking audio!”

  29. Bunk Strutts says:

    Live From Fergusen – IT’S MONDAY NIGHT!

    Awesome themesong…

  30. Arachne says:

    I’ll be safely out of San Francisco by then.

    And look who’s going to be broadcasting (by internet) just in time to save the day. Mr. Resist We Much himself. Who apparently now thinks he has national popularity.

    I predict even LGF will have higher “hits” tonight than this fool.

  31. Bunk Strutts says:

    Charles circa 1966?

  32. Because says:

    Drum roll…

  33. Because says:

    Hoft was right.

  34. applepine says:

    Posters at LGF are crying and dabbing their foreheads with ashes. Quite sad, but entertaining.

  35. swamprat says:

    Charles is heavily invested in the no eye socket injury of Wilson. Now we will know if he should have shorted that stock.

  36. swamprat says:

    This just in:
    Lgf tweeting pics showing Wilson under an xray machine which is being studiously ignored.

  37. applepine says:

    Lawhawk (the pretend lawyer) is way off the mark again with his verbose lengthy posts.

    It’s embarrassing that the the libs over there hold him up as some kind of analytical genius.

    He’s a “Jabba the Chunk” loving idiot, obviously willing to compromise himself to please his master.

    Most of the libs over there came in as libs I can respect that.

    Lawhawk and a handful of others that changed their belief system 180 to please Fatass are lowlife scumbags.