Charles Johnson can GOFUND himself.

Charles Johnson started a GoFundMe account on 6 May 2015 with a goal of $20,000. Between 6 May 2015 and 1 August 2017  he’s collected $7,044.00, 35.2% percent of his goal.

Nobody’s donating much, so let’s break it down for fun.

That graph isn’t too bad, kinda jumpy and jivy in a Magical Jazzy kinda way, but then it looks entirely different when you include the initial spike.

Now let’s look at the money.

The Little Green Line is the cumulative amount in U.S. dollars. The Little Blue Line is the actual monetary contributions by month from the inception.

Regarding Anonymous Donors:

About $3K came from 72 donors who wished to remain anonymous and there’s no way to verify the actual number  – only Charles Johnson can do that. If we delete the May 2015 spike, the number drops to 37, totaling $1,639, so approximately half of the anonymous donations were made in May of 2015. All anonymous donors from 01 June 2015 to the present average about $44 per donation.

That’s what it looks like without the initial donation spike.
So if we take the goal of $20K, subtract the initial spike of donations, we get an interesting projection.
01 June 2015 – 01 August 2017  = 793 days.
$7,440.00 (to date) – $2,573.00 (May 2015) = $4,867.00
$4,867.00 /793 days =  $6.14/day average. Awesome.

How many days?

($20,000 – $4,867) / $6.14/day = 2,465 days left to to hit the LGF jackpot begging target.

At this rate, Charles Johnson should hit his goal of $20K on or about 1 August 2017 + 2,465 days = 01 May 2024.

Lettuce know if the maths are Rogered and we’ll correct it pronto.

From the What If Department:

Would Charles Johnson accept the donation and be labeled an attention whore for the rest of his life, be mocked for being a hypocrite, or cash out and run away wearing a Little Green Footballs knitted pussyhat with a donation from a group that he despises?  This could be fun.

[BTW, the BRC2.0 has a months-long project completely unrelated to this post, and it might not happen at all. – Bunk X]

240 Comments on “Charles Johnson can GOFUND himself.”

  1. dezes157 says:

    Since the left wing nazis like Chuck are telling Americans what art must be destroyed, maybe he can tell us what books to burn.

  2. rightymouse says:

    When the end of August approaches, Fatso will reach into his own pockets & donate to himself again. 😆

  3. Pakimon says:

    I seem to remember that when Chunkles first opened the gofundme account, his goal was $10,000.

    About a year in, he bumped it up to $20,000.

    I figured he was getting peevish at the fact that he was a year in and hadn’t even cracked $5000 plus the fact everyone was pointing and laughing about it which prompted him to bump the goal to $20,000 so it wouldn’t look so pathetic.

    Of course, I could be wrong.

    I’m getting old and the ol’ memory ain’t what it used to be… 😀

    • rightymouse says:

      That’s what I remember too! And I have a pretty good memory. 🙂

      • Arachne says:

        That’s exactly what happened. I think he upped it somewhere after the first year anniversary when we were laughing at his pathetic returns. In fact, we were really laughing how he was probably licking his chops at all the money he thought was coming his way after the initial surge that trickled off to nothing. In fact, after careful consideration it would not suprise me to learn that he provided maybe the initial “seed” donations into the account’s donations so he wouldn’t look like a total fool.

        I remember predicting that he wouldn’t meet his goal until at least Labor Day in 2015 when it was $10,000. A year later he still wasn’t halfway there.

  4. Arachne says:

    And why are the donors remaining Anonymous? You would think Fatso’s asslicking sycophants would want Daddy to know they’re putting pennies in the piggy bank.

    And it’s interesting that it often follows an odd pattern. Name donates $50. Within two days, two Anonymous donors put in an amount close to the amount of the name donation. Which is why I’ve often believed that Fatso takes the money out (minus the GFM handling fee) and puts some back in briefly to look like a lot of donations are in. Because as we’ve learned, there is no way of knowing if money has been withdrawn. And a lot of this activity happens right after we’ve taken a few pot shots at him.

    I’m just spitballin’ here, but it would not surprise me to find out that the amount of REAL donations to NoBucksChuck is less than $5000.

  5. OLT's Stuck in Irak says:

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    • Bunk X says:

      Ah smells me some cultchul ‘propriatin’.

      • OLT's Stuck in Irak says:

        Ah, it’s a much older (and ACTUAL) problem I’m seeing.

        Something that has been true since the dawn of civilization.

        Something Willie didn’t warn Mamas ’bout, because they’re born knowing it.

        Something that would scare the Serpent right back up his tree to hide in fear and shaking.

    • Trump is Teh HORROR!- Chunky McDumbth, #1Olberdouche Fan Boy. says:

      Spot the impending problem:

      Live Donkey

      • Octopus says:

        Mas live donkey. Mas tequila. 😯

      • OLT's Stuck in Irak says:


        It’s the first step on the road to ruination.

        It’s like poison, children – you can’t try it and decide you don’t want it.

        Cross the the other side of the street and avert your eyes. Pray for your soul and run like Antifa on laundry day fleeing their mothers’ basements. RUN. Don’t look back, turning into a pillar of salt would be a kindness if you do. Just RUN. Get to the choppahs and nevah go back.

  6. Trump is Teh HORROR!- Chunky McDumbth, #1Olberdouche Fan Boy. says:

    Chunk Johnson is a complete fraud. His GoFundMe is in the Arts category when his online activities are 100% left wing lying narrative. Posting video links does not make one an artist nor does a career in the dim distant past as a mediocre side man. The only people paying him their hard earned $ for him to sit around all day and do nothing are dimmer rodent brains than he himself.

    • Bunk X says:

      Top donator after Anonymous is Daniel Ballard. He’s low key, reasonable to talk to. I once asked him about a racist woman who was posting crap on LGF, and he said he just rolled his eyes and ignored her. Then he realized that I was not the Gus he thought he was tweeting.

      BTW — The woman was subsequently banned from LGF. Might’ve been Angry Black Lady, but Charles still keeps in touch with her.

  7. rightymouse says:

    Bannon’s out at the White house. 😯

  8. rightymouse says:

    Drudge is misleading. Bannon’s not gone.

  9. Minnowredux says:

    So many sour grapes in Washington DC – so little air time…..

    This big FUCK YOU directed at Mitt Romney.

    Nice try with the attention whoring bullshit Mitt. Now run back into oblivion and leave us alone.

  10. Trump is Teh HORROR!- Chunky McDumbth, #1Olberdouche Fan Boy. says:

    LOL! Common sense people are the enemy of scumbag prog clowns like Chunky Johnson and the other media liars. These women would kick Chunky in the nuts if he tried to tell them his lies.

    CBS and The Associated Press each found themselves picking their corporate media jaws off the floor when they actually did ask people. You know, ordinary people. Folks like you and me. The media didn’t anticipate the power of common sense to see through their BS.

    With the president under fire voters have some things to say, and it’s not what the media thought. CBS Mark Strassmann begins by speaks to three women who voted for President Trump. Watch:

  11. Trump is Teh HORROR!- Chunky McDumbth, #1Olberdouche Fan Boy. says:

    Nice! Regardless of the Charlotteville shit show regular Americans still back the POTUS Donald J. Trump. And are clearly aware they are being constantly lied to by the press.

    I’m so sorry Charles – Sharmuta

    I WOULD VOTE FOR HIM AGAIN IN A HEARTBEAT” – In Sun City, Arizona, a retirement community and Trump stronghold north of Phoenix, 80-year-old John Libby said nothing the president has done since Election Day has changed his support for the man.

    ♦ “HE HAS DONE NOTHING TO TURN ME AWAY FROM HIM” – Patricia Aleeyah Robinson, a retired truck driver from Toledo, Ohio, said her support of Trump has cost her friendships and strained family relationships. But like many of the president’s most passionate supporters, the 63-year-old black woman said her opinions about Trump have not changed since his response to the violence at the Charlottesville rally.

    “He has done nothing to turn me away from him,” said Robinson. She said he doesn’t defer to racists and feels he is the only president who has ever spoken directly to blacks.
    “HE SHOULDN’T LET THE PRESS GET UNDER HIS SKIN” – Clemente Ruiz, a 49-year-old truck driver in Lubbock, Texas, said he’s been happy with the job Trump has done. “I’d vote for him again tomorrow,” he said. The son of a Mexican immigrant who became an American citizen, Ruiz said his only criticism of the president is that he is too “thin-skinned.”

    “He refuses to let anything go,” Ruiz said. “He shouldn’t let the press get under his skin the way they do.”

    ♦ “WHY CAN’T I BE PROUD OF MY HERITAGE?” – Steven Damron, 50, a Trump supporter from Spring Hill, Florida, said he agrees with Trump that both sides in Charlottesville were to blame for the violence.

    He thinks the president has handled the aftermath well, but believes he should also have singled out groups on the left — such as Black Lives Matter — the way he did with the KKK and neo-Nazis.

    ♦ “HE SPEAKS HIS MIND” – Wyoming construction contractor Richard Mathern said he voted for Trump because of his business experience and wasn’t fazed he hadn’t spoken out more forcefully against the weekend violence. “Trump, he speaks his mind, there’s no doubt about that. It does tend to tick people off,” Mathern said during a break at a home nearing completion in Cheyenne.

    “There’s a lot of hatred down there (in Charlottesville) … But tearing down historical statues is not the answer,” he said.

  12. Trump is Teh HORROR!- Chunky McDumbth, #1Olberdouche Fan Boy. says:

    The Breitbart gang sees themselves as heroes in a white supremacist comic book.…
    58 minutes ago

    Yeah sure. Those Jews over at Breitbart (who was a Jew himself) are all for the master race. Just shut up Fatso.

    and quit retweeting drunk Nancy Pelosi. She has “crazy eyes”.

  13. Trump is Teh HORROR!- Chunky McDumbth, #1Olberdouche Fan Boy. says:

    Um. Don’t you have to have some kind of charges? Such as lied to a grand jury?

  14. Trump is Teh HORROR!- Chunky McDumbth, #1Olberdouche Fan Boy. says:

    Poor Chunk0. Oh the peevishness. The bitterness if this turns out to be true.

  15. Trump is Teh HORROR!- Chunky McDumbth, #1Olberdouche Fan Boy. says:

    So the reason why everyone’s pissed at Trump is he won’t kow tow to the PC snowflakes who want a license to violently attack people who are lawfully gathered. He’s merely stating the facts. Nazis and KKK suck but violent people suck too. I read they brought clubs too and many had no intention of peacefully protesting. They planned on beating the shit out of people who had a legal permit to gather.

    “I think there is blame on both sides,” the president said in a combative exchange with reporters at Trump Tower in Manhattan. “You had a group on one side that was bad. You had a group on the other side that was also very violent. Nobody wants to say that. I’ll say it right now.”

    Mr. Trump defended those gathered in a Charlottesville park to protest the removal of a statue of Robert E. Lee. “I’ve condemned neo-Nazis. I’ve condemned many different groups,” he said. “Not all of those people were neo-Nazis, believe me. Not all of those people were white supremacists by any stretch.”

    He criticized “alt-left” groups that he claimed were “very, very violent” when they sought to confront the white nationalist and neo-Nazi groups that had gathered in Charlottesville.“Many of those people were there to protest the taking down of the statue of Robert E. Lee,” Mr. Trump said. “So this week, it is Robert E. Lee. I noticed that Stonewall Jackson is coming down. I wonder, is it George Washington next week? And is it Thomas Jefferson the week after? You know, you really do have to ask yourself, where does it stop?”

    It was a remarkable rejection of the criticism he confronted after waiting two days before naming the right-wing groups in the bloodshed that ended with the death of a young woman after a car crashed into a crowd of protesters.

    Mr. Trump accused people he called the alt-left of “swinging clubs” as they “came charging at, as you say, at the alt-right.” He said some of the right-wing members of the crowd in the Virginia park were “bad.” But he added that the other side came “charging in without a permit and they were very, very violent.

    • Bunk X says:

      General Robert E. Lee and others accepted defeat graciously and without shame. The memorial statues scattered around the South AND the North were erected in part to help bring the nation back together WITH RESPECT.

      Oh, and did anyone ever tell you that 90 percent of the white population in the southern states didn’t own slaves because they couldn’t afford them? Anyone ever tell you that even some blacks owned black slaves in this country? Anyone ever tell you that the native Americans owned slaves before the evil white demons ever set foot in this land?

      Didn’t think so.

      Pass it on.

  16. Trump is Teh HORROR!- Chunky McDumbth, #1Olberdouche Fan Boy. says:

    Way to charge in and agree with Crazy Nancy Pelosi, Mitt. Now go back to retirement.

  17. Octopus says:

    The Patriot Nurse brings strong medicine. Brace yourself! 🙂

  18. Octopus says:

    Gossip Item From Teh Down-Low Blind-Item Gutter:

    196. ENTERTAINMENT LAWYER 08/17 **#7**
    Don’t believe the hype. This A list singer is suffering from really low ticket sales and is hoping an upcoming big television appearance will change all that. If it doesn’t, then look for the tour to be dramatically shortened. Katy Perry (“American Idol”)

    OOOF! Where is Friend Shrillary and her legions, when you really need her? 😆

  19. Octopus says:

    Is that the org that was up on charges of selling Mexican children to Arab bordellos last week? I think it is.

  20. Bunk X says:

  21. Octopus says:

    A song that’s been needing to have its precious little ass kicked for a long, long time. 👿

  22. Octopus says:

    Speaking of precious…BLEEAAAAAAGGGHHH! 😆

    The song’s message appears to be that fighting for freedom will only put you in the ground. Mother Earth will swallow you. Too many drugs and groupies for Stephen Stills…

  23. Octopus says:

    So is your brain. Not sure what’s up with the leg. Gimpy AF.

  24. Pakimon says:

    penis penis penis lol at the ol’ ball game 😆

  25. rightymouse says:

    Party time at Chez Mouse. Am expecting the barbarian hordes any minute. Oh, and son adopted a dog at the rescue center & is bringing him to the house. Will be here in a few minutes. Truckers can have dogs. Oy! 😆

    • rightymouse says:

      All guests have left except for a few of son’s friends who have decided to exercise the 2nd amendment at some targets out back. 🙂

    • Octopus says:

      I tried to send this message earlier, but my Up North connection fizzled: YEAH, DOG!!1!

      Every time a dog is rescued, an angel gets its wings. And, a human and dog are bonded in the greatest friendship either species can claim. I’m on the beach in Oscoda with my wife, daughter and her significant other, and my best friend George. Life doesn’t get any better than this, in my experience.

      • rightymouse says:

        She is a very, very happy doggy. Son can’t take her right away on the road so she’s with us right now until he gets approval from his company. Meanwhile, I took the day off because hubby’s out of town & son’s back on the road.

  26. Pakimon says:

    Will this prompt The Corpulent Jazzy Ponytail to venture out of his hovel for the first time in a decade?

    The possibility of free frozen salmon may be too much to resist… 😆

    • Octopus says:

      Salmon popsicles are an acquired taste. I like mine cooked just this side of raw, so they’re still flaky and juicy. It’s a fine line. Chunky will never find that line.

  27. rightymouse says:

    Not just alt-right, Gussy. Byrd is a legitimate target. He was a Democrat – typical KKK member.
    Imagine if he had been a Republican. You and Fatso would never let anyone forget it. Well, we’re not going to let you forget it either.

  28. ISTE says:

    Blogmocracy hates Possums so cutting and pasting it here,

    Interesting day today…

    Had lunch with two good friends. In a Mongolian restaurant.

    I has octopus just to be an asshole and to scare my dinner dates, and basically act like an idiot.

    One friend was in her early 50s the other woman was 21.

    The 21 year old is really smart, so bright she makes me feel stupid.

    Well the dinner conversation went towards nuclear weapons and North Korea. And obviously as I am 59 and one lady was in her 50s we talked about “DUCK AND COVER”

    Then the conversation went to current events and Confederates and statues and protests..

    The 21 year old woman at the table asked “What is a Confederate?”

    I know her, I know for a fact she would never skip a lesson in high school.

    It seems to me that the most traumatic event in the formation of the USA as we know it is not mentioned in school.

    Cannot wait until I meet that young woman again so we can discuss American history. LOL she can help me with my citizenship test.

    • rightymouse says:

      That’s sad. My 22 year old son became a history buff when he was in school (he went to private schools) and he knows the events of the Civil War backwards & forwards. He’s amazing with his factual knowledge. Several years ago we went to Maryland to visit the area where the battle of Antietam was waged. He was awe-struck.

  29. Octopus says:

    Question #1: Teh Boston Tea Party — Hooligans or Patriots? Explain your answer in two paragraphs or less.

    Question #2: Teh American Revolution — Best thing the Colonials ever did, or Teh Beginning Of The End Of Civilization As We Know It? Put a musket to your head, if it’s the latter, and continue with your explanation.

    • Calo says:

      Meh, the 21 year old was my kid.

      A fail on the the public school history in America today.

      I was gobsmacked that she didn’t know what a Conferderate was, living in the Deep South.

      Such a white privelged child.

    • calo says:

      “Put a musket to your head”

      I’ll ignore that comment for now. I’m trying to get beyond my son who did quite that a few months ago.

    • ISTE says:

      Well Boston tea party. Idiots…… Resent tax on tea. Steal tea Do not have to pay for stolen tea or pay tax. Then throw the tea away. LOL


      • Bunk X says:


        • rightymouse says:

          Liberty from a-holes.
          Even the French figured things out for a short time.

          Liberté égalité fraternité!!

          • Until they let Marat spew his fake news via his alarmist “The Friend of the People” periodical. It was the CNNABCCBSMSNBC of its time, and Robespierre and his Jacobin Antifas decided that perhaps a bit of a reign of terror was in order.

            I wonder if our homegrown Jacobins will create a republican calendar and make the day only five hours long, instead of 10.

  30. Octopus says:

    The Stupid, it burns like dragon-fire!


    4/4 that they’re incriminating themselves and calling themselves blind fanatics.
    44 minutes ago
    3/4 science is a “religion.” They realize there’s something bad about it, so they try to flip the table, without ever understanding …
    44 minutes ago
    2/4 realize we’re not still living in the 19th century, right? This reminds me of creationists who try to argue that evolutionary …
    44 minutes ago
    1/4 Is there any right wing tactic more pathetic than trying to blame the Confederacy and slavery on the Democratic Party? You idiots …
    44 minutes ago

  31. ISTE says:

    Life is good. I discovered Nita Strauss

    • Octopus says:

      The Coop!!!!!!!

      I saw him at a small dive bar in the late-70’s, playing his hits “School’s Out” and “18.” His band featured the great Dick Wagner on geetar. They blew the fucking roof off that dump. I can’t believe he’s still out there doing it. 😆

      P.S. Nita is the shit. 🙂

      • ISTE says:

        P.S. Nita is the shit. 🙂

        OK but I like the fact women are being taken seriously in heavy metal bands in Europe.

        • Octopus says:

          “The shit” is a compliment — not sure you took it that way. 🙂

          • ISTE says:

            LOL Life would be much simpler here if everyone used proper English, not that weird American version.. 🙂

          • Octopus says:

            “The United States and Great Britain are two countries separated by a common language.”
            –George Bernard Shaw, widely attributed beginning in the 1940s, e.g. Reader’s Digest (November 1942). Not found in his published works. Variant: The English and the Americans are two peoples divided by a common language.

            Whoever said it, it’s the truth. 😆 I heard some Brits talking on the Youtube the other day, calling each other “cunt” lightheartedly…the very worst word you can utter in the American States of Liberty. 😆

    • Bunk X says:

      She’s obviously a graduate of Heavy Metal Guitar Solo Cliché School. I’ll take a heapin’ helpin’ of Samantha Fish instead.

  32. Bunk X says:

    An honorary statue in New Orleans, depicting a famous military figure on a horse, was defaced with the words “Tear It Down” recently. The honored warrior was captured, tortured and killed by fire decades before Europeans even knew about this continent, and centuries prior to the founding of the United States of America. TRUE.

  33. rightymouse says:

    Fatso’s winged monkeys are desperately trying to get Joy Ann Reid’s attention. Sad.

  34. Octopus says:


    RT @joe221: @JoyAnnReid you mixed up Charles and Chuck Johnson. Charles good, Chuck bad. (Watching on DVR.) Charles is @Green_Footballs Goo…
    1 hour ago
    RT @jodotcom: @amjoyshow Hi Joy, heads up. You called Chuck C Johnson “Charles Johnson” while using @Green_Footballs tweet. Could be confus…
    1 hour ago
    RT @LisaToddSutton: @amjoyshow @JoyAnnReid Please tell your audience that a tweet from the wrong Charles Johnson was shown. @Green_Football…
    1 hour ago
    RT @LisaToddSutton: .@amjoyshow Please acknowledge that @JoyAnnReid is aware of this confusion over @Green_Footballs, so we can stop alerti…
    1 hour ago
    @sherrisheerr Hang on! We have similar names, but I’m NOT the Holocaust denier mentioned by @JoyAnnReid on……
    1 hour ago
    RT @Shoq: .@JOYANNREID @AMJOY URGENT! PLEASE CLARIFY THAT THE “BLOGGER” calling out CharlesCJohnson is ALSO named Charles Johnson (@Green_…
    1 hour ago

    The funniest part is, NOBODY gives a flying fuck at a rolling donut. 😆

    • Minnowredux says:

      Urgent! Danger! Danger! ALL CAPS! Charles Johnson is the one who pisses into empty Mountain Dew bottles so he doesn’t need to waddle 22-FT into the baffroom. URGENT JOY!!

    • dezes157 says:

      Now Chuck is asking her to plug his shit hole of a blog on her show, LMFAO.

      • Octopus says:

        He’s nothing if not desperate and shameless. The fact that he had his one and only shot at the Big Time, and cratered it like any lottery-winning cretin from Appalachia does, is just beginning to sink in on Derp Fatass. It ain’t happening, Chunky. Not now, not ever. It’s over.

        However…we still dig ya, baby! We think you’re really groovy, man. 🙂

    • Bunk X says:

      Only $10 from Shoq.

  35. Octopus says:

    Went walking down the beach with George early this morning, as the sun was rising over Lake Huron. So beautiful. We came around a promontory and saw a pair of very young deer drinking from the lake. George just stood and watched them, without making a peep or trying to pull towards them. They finished and walked back into the woods, and we carried on our merry way.

    Then we found a dead fish, which George had no interest in whatever. Took one whiff, and turned away in disgust. I was stunned, as my other dogs would have wanted to roll in it and cover themselves with stink. This guy has no hunting instincts, I guess. Likes his food from the kitchen, or at least cooked on the grill outside.

    • rightymouse says:

      You’ve trained him well. 😆

      • Octopus says:

        It’s mostly his nature, ‘Mouse. He’s a big human baby. The cuddliest, least-aggressive mutt we’ve ever harbored. But he will run like a lunatic if he gets off the leash. That’s the 75% whippet.

        • rightymouse says:

          Son’s new dog almost pulled me off my feet when I took her outside on leash to go potty. Powerful girl! 🙂

          • Octopus says:

            You can’t relax when you’ve got a live one on the leash. George nearly ripped my arm from the socket once on our front lawn, when we paused to talk to a neighbor, and he suddenly got the urge to run. Even now, after we’ve been to training and had a bunch of heart-to-heart talks, he still gets a wild hair up his bum occasionally and needs to move NOW. I think his whippet-ancestor was a fast one off the line, at the track. I know the collie in the woodpile was a serious shedder. 😉

            And yet he’s sleeping on the bed now, snoring peacefully like he’s never had a crazy moment in his life. I know he’s dreaming about the beach Up North.

          • rightymouse says:

            Hubby got an expandable dog leash after I whined/complained. It’s GREAT! 🙂

  36. Minnowredux says:

    White shark lives matter!

    The vandals were no doubt “reclaiming their history” by ridding the beach of “white supremacy”.

    • Bunk X says:

      Dick Gregory died also. He was one of tne of the early SJW comedians, even though I didn’t find him all that funny. “Watermelon Man” was amusing at best.

      • Octopus says:

        Back when I was a pablum-puking liberal in college, I tried to like Dick Gregory, the way my Elders in the PPL taught me. I bought his album. I listened to it eagerly, waiting to be enlightened, amused or whatever. Nada. Just boring crapola. He was starving himself to death at the time, for whatever reason. Then he was selling cookies. I guess I saw through his bullshit, even if I didn’t admit it to myself at the time, because I ignored his spatial pleadings the rest of my life.

        • rightymouse says:

          Never really knew who he was. Wasn’t born here. Yep. That’s my excuse. 🙄

          • Octopus says:

            He was a weird one. The Left embraced him, but he never became a huge star, mainly because he just wasn’t that entertaining. I think he meant well, but he didn’t have the gene that makes a person a superstar. Or the talent.


          • Bunk X says:

            IIRC, he was arrested after he printed a bunch of counterfeit currency with his picture on it. Stupid move on his part, but stupid move by the feds as well. Turned Gregory into a SJW martyr of sorts.

          • Octopus says:

            Wow. That was muy racisssss! So much so, that I was forced to divert my thinking from the high hilarity of the plotline to the possibilities of merging the old jigglypuff technology of the Olde Wiggler Belt Jiggler, to the bedroom. Would She enjoy the tender vibratory ministrations of the jiggly-man wearing the belt, or would it be Too Much Altogether? I just don’t know. My long-deceased grandparents in Buffalo, NY had one of those jiggly-belt machines in their stable/studio/garage, but now I can’t axe them if they ever indulged in such Roaring Twenties debauchery. Thank Jesus, I can’t axe them about this. It would kill my mother, and she’s already long-gone, too.

      • dudebro says:

        Godrey Cambridge was the lead in the Watermelon Man.

  37. Octopus says:

    Fatass will be staring at the sun like it was the Last Cheeto On Earf, tomorrow. Gonna be blind. Won’t that be great, listening to him whinge about being blind as a bat, thanks to Teh Warmening. 🙄

  38. Octopus says:

    Yes, that hits the spot.

  39. Octopus says:

    Ladies and Germs, the absolute opposite of Chunky’s Soulless Noodling, starring BB King:

    It don’t get any better than this. 🙂

  40. rightymouse says:

    State Sen. Maria Chappelle-Nadal apologizes for calling for President Trump’s assassination.

    “I made a mistake. And I’m owning up to it,” she added. “And I’m not ever going to make a mistake like again. I have learned my lesson. My judge and my jury is my Lord Jesus Christ.”

    I can’t even.

    • Arachne says:

      Oh please, she wasn’t owning up to it until she realized she was getting NO support anywhere for her remarks and that her so-called online petition begging her NOT to resign had no takers.

      • rightymouse says:

        The Governor has even asked her to resign. Her “I’m a Christian” crap sounds as hollow as Donna Brazile’s “I’m a Christian” defense.

  41. rightymouse says:


    • OLT's Stuck in Irak says:

      Super-hip reference to the latest episode of “Game of Thrones” … only the coolest hep-cats watch it, so only like the super woke will get it.

      • Arachne says:

        Except not a zombie. White Walker. Get the terminology right, shitbag. How does he afford HBO.
        And of course, dumbshit assumes that everyone who is a follower has already seen the episode. Thanks for fucking spoiling it for people who haven’t, dirtbag.

        There’s a rule – you do not throw out SPOILERS on an open net tweet.

        Also, that statemebt you deem so profound makes absolutely NO sense whatsoever.

        • Octopus says:

          Fatass aside, I love the way GoT is coming together at last. It’s been a long slog, waiting for the plotlines to merge.

          • Arachne says:

            Watching the previews, it looks like all parties meeting in the often discussed, never seen Dragon Pit. Another opportunity for a Cersei misread of the situation and to toally screw it up.

          • rightymouse says:

            I barely watch TV, so had no clue what White Walker was. Had to look it up.

            If White Walkers were teenage girls.

          • Octopus says:

            They’re out there. 😯

          • Bunk X says:

            The missus and I are enjoying “Better Call Saul” and she spotted Jonathan Banks in “Little House On The Prairie.”

  42. OLT's Stuck in Irak says:

    This is all from Wikipedia, so a bit suspect; but I won’t miss Mr. Gregory much:

    At a civil rights rally marking the 40th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act of 1965, Gregory criticized the United States, calling it “the most dishonest, ungodly, unspiritual nation that ever existed in the history of the planet. As we talk now, America is 5 percent of the world’s population and consumes 96 percent of the world’s hard drugs”.[40]

    In 2008, Gregory stated he believed that air pollution and intentional water contamination with heavy metals such as lead and possibly manganese may be being used against black Americans, especially in urban neighborhoods, and that such factors could be contributing to high levels of violence in black communities.[41]

    Gregory announced a hunger strike on September 10, 2010, saying in a commentary published by the Centre for Research on Globalisation Web site in Montreal that he doubted the official U.S. report about the attacks on September 11, 2001. “One thing I know is that the official government story of those events, as well as what took place that day at the Pentagon, is just that, a story. This story is not the truth, but far from it. I was born on October 12, 1932. I am announcing today that I will be consuming only liquids beginning Sunday until my eightieth birthday in 2012 and until the real truth of what truly happened on that day emerges and is publicly known.”[42]

  43. rightymouse says:

  44. Octopus says:

    Shitbird fake scientist pops off again:

    Can this failed comedian go away now?

    • OLT's Stuck in Irak says:

      I’ve seen this idiotic statement elsewhere.

      Eclipses can be predicted with utter certainty because the mathematics are proven.

      The AGW crowd (I refuse to let you soil the perfectly scientific phrase “climate change” by assigning it a political meaning) has demonstrated over and over again that science/the scientific method is their absolute LAST interest, instead pushing social justice, racism, big government, etc. in what amounts to a religious jihad.

  45. Octopus says:

    Sez the morbidly obese recluse who tweets all day everyday about the President, calling him names like a demented adolescent mean girl on meth.

  46. Octopus says:

    Too bad Chunky can’t get hisself a piece of that sweet, sweet Soros money! 😆

  47. Octopus says:

    There’s a photo for the ages. 😆

  48. Octopus says:

    Been sunny all day, and then the sky clouds up bigly just in time to ruin the solar eclipse viewing.

    I hate science!11! 😡

    • rightymouse says:

      Happening here too. Interesting. 🙂

      • Arachne says:

        We were clouded over all morning here in the Bay Area, thanks to the marine layer, so we watched on the Weather Channel. Reporter crying after it finished in Madras Oregon had us in stitches.

        • Octopus says:

          A friend of mine drove down to KY to see the total eclipse, and said it was everything he could have hoped for. Clear skies, and you could actually see a few stars when it was peaking. That’s pretty cool, I guess.

  49. rightymouse says:

    Eclipse watch from the dumpster….

  50. rightymouse says:

  51. Octopus says:

    Heheheh…nice Hollywood Hypocrisy, right here:

    Buried in the story, this other insufferable link:

    Oh, me achin’ ass! 😆

  52. Octopus says:


    Imagine if it was Trump’s family that owned Moochelle’s ancestors, or even someone like Hannity. The screeching would be worse than a giant flock of parrots being attacked with flamethrowers.

  53. Octopus says:

    Rahm Emmanuel and his community organizers are doing a killer job in Chicago! Just very impressive, in every way. Kudos!

  54. Trump is Teh HORROR!- Chunky McDumbth, #1Olberdouche Fan Boy. says:

    She actually said that women raped by Muslim men should just shut their mouths for the good of diversity.

    Hey lady get your worthless ass raped all you want but don’t speak for my innocent daughters you fricking perverted cow. Leftists are disgusting scum.

  55. Trump is Teh HORROR!- Chunky McDumbth, #1Olberdouche Fan Boy. says:

    I don’t know how I stumbled across this today but it’s a very delightful video. Culinary temptress Giada Di Laurentis tries to teach Aussie waif/nymph Kidman and lesbian clown Ellen how to cook something. With very little time! Hillarity, confusion, frustration and not a little sexual tension (OK maybe I imagined that because I have a dick) ensues. They got pissed at Ellen for being obtuse but it was all very cuteness.

  56. Octopus says:

    “Hate rallies.”

    You are a stitch, Fatass McDumbth. 😆

    • Arachne says:

      How many rallies did Obama hold, NoBucksChuck?
      What upsets you is that people are standing in line for hours and attendance is 20,000 – and you asshat libs don’t have a single politician who could pull that off, including Obama.

    • Trump is Teh HORROR!- Chunky McDumbth, #1Olberdouche Fan Boy. says:

      It’s amazing how thoroughly he’s adopted proggy Idiotarian speak.

      No one’s buying it Fatso. You look like an even bigger ass having once identified and called out such tiresome tropes to now be ladeling them on thick like a dimwitted mama Sheehan code pink loser. Pathetic.

  57. Trump is Teh HORROR!- Chunky McDumbth, #1Olberdouche Fan Boy. says:

    Here’s another celebrity grouping that will have you rolling on the floor and pining for the good ole’ heyday of late night entertainment. Glen Campbell, Don Rickles and then Dom Deluise join Johnny and Ed. Note Glen’s smoking a cig which was acceptable in 1973. And it’s debatable as to who’s quicker. Don or Dom who I’d forgotten had that smooth quickness. To have both of them on the same show is a rare treat and Johnny has his hands full. And Glen has the confidence to just let himself be the butt of all jokes.

    • rightymouse says:

      That was fabulous! What’s sad is that they are all gone now, and there aren’t any brilliant personas to take their place.

  58. Trump is Teh HORROR!- Chunky McDumbth, #1Olberdouche Fan Boy. says:

    And here I thought this guy was just a bean counter nerd. His wife is spectacular! And quite the spitfire too. I think it’s a little mean to just label her a “trophy wife” just because she’s hot. I mean on second look he appears to be a rather masculine specimen himself not that I’m much of a judge.

    • Minnowredux says:

      anyone who wears the color turquoise (if it ain’t actual jewelry) should be humiliated and ridiculed imho.

      On the other hand, this one ALMOST pulls it off because of her smokin’ bod…..

    • ISTE says:

      If I was to ever meet her I would ask her just one question. What kind of bread would you like your sammich to me made from?


  59. Octopus says:

    Still high-larious! 😆

  60. Octopus says:

    Fatass is all wee-wee’d up tonight…


    • Minnowredux says:

      I thought blog pimping on Twiitter was not allowed!??
      Of course, rules are just for “little people” – right Charles?

      (and we know you are anything but little…. you fat slovenly pig)

      • Arachne says:

        Yeah, it’s allowed. Probably not in the early days of Twitter, but people link to their blogs, articles, etc. all the time. In fact, in the early days, there was a cap on the number of people you could follow. That’s off now too.

        I had to give up on the alternative to Twitter. There were just too many people using racial slurs for me to keep up. Very disappointing. I can block them, of course, but unfortunately I have to see their bigotry before I can block them.

        • Bunk X says:

          “Aggressive Following” is one of the Twitter taboos. I still don’t know what it means.

          • Arachne says:

            Yeah, that’s pretty much gone by the wayside as well. I think when NON-celebrities started picking up tens of thousands of followers Twitter had to re-think the policy. Aggressive following was categorized as following hundreds of people to “get attention.” As Twitter caught on, they realized some of their rules were stupid.

            As for blogs, Twitchy and Weasel Zippers’ tweets always link back to a post on their sites – but of course these are sites that actually have followings, commenters and status on the web. Fatso just wants ad revenue enhancement from site visits and clicks.

          • Bunk X says:

            Czech yer inmail, Spiderlady.

        • Minnowredux says:

          Well, it may be allowed – but it is poor form if you axe me.

          But then, I am not sure I could expect anything more from Two-Bit Charlie.

          Oh, and fuck you Charles – sideways!!

    • Trump is Teh Satan! Hit the tip!! jar! says:

      I’m pretty sure you’re a dimwitted clown who doesn’t actually give a shit about violence driven by ideology. Because you conspicuously ignore every of the many instances of left wing intentional violence from OWS to BLM to SJW riots and the assassination of cops. And the Soros paid harassment and confrontation of Trump rally attendees. A complete piece of shit that stands for nothing but lies.

      • Arachne says:

        Indeed – doesn’t he call himself a “Social Justice WARRIOR”? I’m pretty sure the “warrior” part doesn’t mean “sit home and eat cheetos and steal people’s work to make yourself look good and check your GoFundMe failure every ten minutes to see if some gullible asshat has kicked in $10.”

    • Arachne says:

      Hold in right there, NoFucksChuck. He’s the President. He is going to a planned rally in Phoenix to address the American people. Thousands will wait and line and be in attendance. They would like to hear the President speak. They voted for him.

      The fact that your Antifa ISIS-clad buddies are coming to this rally armed for battle is not Trump’s fault. It’s THEIR lack of self control.

      TEA Party protested Obama’s rallies and his exclusive home fundraiser visits. Never ONCE did anyone worry about violence, no matter how angry the right was at Obama and his policies. Maybe think about that.

  61. Bunk X says:

  62. Bunk X says:

  63. Minnowredux says:

    Hahahahahaha. James Clapper is questioning Trump’s fitness!!!!

    James Clapper?? Known shit bag and liar?? And on CNN no less!!

    Sure james, we believe you. No really.


  64. Octopus says:

    Nothing like a rubber bullet to the yarbles to discourage young fascist rioters. 😆

    Kudos to the Phoenix Police for providing security and protection yesterday, under brutally hot conditions. Setting a fine example for future conflicts.

  65. Trump is Teh HORROR!- Chunky McDumbth, #1Olberdouche Fan Boy. says:

    Right. Except it’s all on video and he never did anything inappropriate. Just more leftist lies. And are you a strong woman or a victim? It seems to be whichever is convenient. Plus you’re married to the biggest creep on the planet.

    Paula Jones:

    “Yes, I am 100% offended, and all women should be too,” Jones wrote via Facebook. “And to think Taylor Swift was only grabbed on the ASS (her words), that’s so wrong, but not near as offensive as the Governor groping you and showing you his little crooked pee pee and asking for sexual favors…while I was working, too!”

    Trump may’ve grabbed a pu$$y but my impression is it didn’t mind being grabbed. No one’s ever been raped or assaulted by Trump or we would know about it and he wouldv’e been banned from TV and pageants long ago.

    • Octopus says:

      That was the whole point of Trump’s unfortunate blurt, when he thought he was bullshitting with the guys. Women throw themselves at rich celebrities, pussy-first. It’s not a secret.

  66. Octopus says:

    Somebody else who got grabbed by the pussy…ouch. 😆

  67. Minnowredux says:

    Hillary saying in her new book that The Donald made her skin crawl during some debate.

    Now, Hillary, would that have been the debate that you cheated during?

    Loaded question, I know. We know you cheated at all of them!!

    The reason your skin was crawling was due to the fact that you hadn’t showered in two years.


  68. Trump is Teh HORROR!- Chunky McDumbth, #1Olberdouche Fan Boy. says:

    Is it just me or does anyone else think the whole Roger Ailse harrassed me thing just doesn’t add up? Shannon Bream wasn’t harrassed? She looks like a Disney illustrator dreamed her up after his wife went to bed. Guys know what I mean.

    But Me Again, with her hard little face and rangy body was harrassed by Roger personally? And Gretchen my contract was up was abused by her co-workers? She said she was harrassed by Doucy and Kilmeade. WTF? OK your’re hot but so is the athletic Kilmeade. He doesn’t need your plump butt. Or to lose his job over it. Same with Doucy who’s a family man. Really? I know women put up with shit from we perverted men but all I heard of was a slightly longer hug from RA. OK maybe he was a little out of line but ladies you have knees. Use them! I’m not the forward type but any man would get the message with a crotch full of hard patella.

    I saw a young fellow at work and female co-worker going for coffee. Well built guy and I was struck that he touched her hair. I was immediately electrified with fear for him. I HOPE they are a couple. Because if not that guy is in for a big surprise when she decides she doesn’t want him to touch her. Because he’s losing his job and possibly getting arrested. Those of us who came up in the 80’s and 90’s know the score. ALL WOMEN are your purely platonic co-workers. Period. And that is that. If a woman co-worker were interested in me she would have to chase me to my car. It hasn’t happened yet :).

    • rightymouse says:

      My husband, who owns his own biz, has a ‘limp dick’ rule for male employees. He gets away with it. Don’t know how. Maybe because guys aren’t so eager to sue like gals when they think they can get away with sexual harassment crap.

      • Octopus says:

        How does that rule work, ‘Mouse?

        • rightymouse says:

          You’ll have to axe the hubster. Suspect it has something to do hubby hiring relatively unattractive office staff. I will say this – he’s never been sued by male or female co-workers for sexual harassment.

  69. Minnowredux says:

    Don Lemon quote below (from last night’s rant):

    “It was devoid of wisdom,” Lemon said. “There was no gravitas. There was no sanity there. He was like a child blaming a sibling on something else.”

    What does the last sentence refer to – and what does the last sentence even mean?

    Hey Don, you’re an idiot and we all know it. By the way Don, did you attend the “Al Sharpton School of Elocution”?

    (The Torteese in the race!)


  70. Minnowredux says:

    Hillary the Phony.

  71. Trump is Teh HORROR!- Chunky McDumbth, #1Olberdouche Fan Boy. says:

    This has been the craziest year health wise. I had pancreatitis which made me type 1 diabetic over night and I now have to take insulin because my pancreas no longer produces enough insulin. Yes really! Which actually is not bad at all. You have to inject insulin but not into a vein or anything. Just into a roll of fat around your middle. And the needles are tiny and painless. I almost feel lucky because if you know Type 2 diabetics they have to take all kinds of weird pills that make them feel sick. To keep my blood sugar low I just eat a low carb diet and the insulin of course (and take walks). But one of our best choir singers at church, her boy friend was diagnosed with a brain tumor, inoperable. So terrible. He’s about 62. An architect. How lucky I feel only having diabetes. And then we were hanging out in the front yard checking out the eclipse Monday and it turns out my neighbor’s wife who is a small good looking little woman (I sneak a peak at her in her bikini sometimes) had a heart attack!! I couldn’t believe it. She smokes. But she looks so great. I was shocked. Then to top it off another choir member who’s young, one of our newer singers was hospitalized with a pulminary embolism this week. Things just couldn’t get weirder. He’s doing OK though. But he’s in the same room I was in just few weeks ago at St Elizabeth ICU. The nurses are so awesome there. Very smart and dedicated.

    • Octopus says:

      Glad you’re hanging in there, buddy. A little shot now and then isn’t too much to stand, when you think of what could be happening. I’ve lost friends and colleagues at much younger ages than I am now, and I see so many people who aren’t even trying to stay healthy, walking around (or scootering around) at least 100 lbs overweight. I can’t believe people still smoke, but they’re still out there courting cancer and emphysema like they just can’t wait to die. The opiate epidemic is killing people left and right, of all ages. I feel very fortunate (knock on wood!) that I haven’t had any serious health issues so far, and neither has my wife. Probably both crap out tomorrow, but so far, so good.

      I was just reading a scary thread over at Ace’s, about how he nearly killed himself yesterday with stupid diet and exercise. He’s obsessed with getting skinny and is going to extremes. I think he just needs a good woman to slap him upside the head and tell him to cut the shit. Men on their own approaching 30 don’t do very well, taking care of themselves.

    • rightymouse says:

      As we get older, we’re going to see ourselves and others suffer, and succumb to, health problems. Some are self-induced and/or environment related, but mostly, health problems are genetic. I’m a loud advocate for doing genealogy that includes a focus on causes of death. It’s not perfect, of course. One of my g-grandmothers died in her late 30’s from pneumonia as did her Father. Not helpful.

      • Octopus says:

        I’m going to do that this year. See what the old DNA has in store, maybe trace some lineage, too. Two different things, but both interesting to me.

        • rightymouse says:

          Genealogy research is an avocation. Have become really, really good at it. My strength is New England and Ohio, although I DID find an elusive grandfather for a friend who had a PhD in German genealogy. Dude was found in a South Carolina mental institution. Oy!

          • Octopus says:

            That’s cool! We have a couple of people in our family who are into researching genealogy. The Irish side is pretty well mapped out, and some contact with relatives has been made. The Greek side is being worked on currently — a surprise already, with an Italian person somewhere in the mix. We joke that it was Christopher Columbus, who was said to have visited the island of Chios, where there’s a statue of him to this day. That would be pretty weird, if it turned out to be true. Unfortunately, the Turks burned all the records when they held the island during their genocidal rampage. Nobody thought to back up the records on the cloud.

    • rightymouse says:

      Take care of yourselves, guys! I know that it gets more difficult with age and diets don’t always work. I actually gained weight when I went on a diet that included a hard-boiled egg & fruit for breakfast. Now I’m only eating one meal a day (lunch) and my body is going WTF? Was always 105 lbs soaking wet (except when preggers) until menopause, then all hell broke loose.

      • Octopus says:

        The middle-age thing is weird like that — been trying to keep the spare tire down for a long time, and it’s a constant battle. Gain 15 lbs, lose it, gain it again, lose some of it, gain some more, get freaked out and lose a lot, etc., etc. This summer was a bountiful one, with lots of great food and good beer — up about 15 from last year at this time. Which means we have to start running again, George. 😉

        • rightymouse says:

          I don’t run – ankle issues. But I do & can walk for miles. Just difficult in the winter. Going to get a decent treadmill.

        • ISTE says:

          LOL go work for UPS as a driver’s helper before Christmas. I worked an average of 25 hours a week. Pay sucked, $8.15/hr I think it was.

          In bed by 9pm every night. Slept like a log.

          Lost 20lbs in seven weeks and by the end of it I felt better than I have ever done.

          Next time you see a skinny, sinewy UPS driver you will then realize they are ALL skinny and sinewy!!!!

          • rightymouse says:

            Sorry. I work for the owner of a big company and when I go home there have been hungry humans expecting a decent meal. It’s slowed down a lot but still. ..

    • Abu penis penis penis lol says:

      Mrs. Abu and I are type 2 and only child is type 1. The meds worry me but I have little choice, right. Feel off-balance sometimes but no spills yet. 21 yrs old daughter has been type 1 for 10 plus years. We feel your pain and eat healthier because of our conditions.

      • Trump is Teh Satan! Hit Theo lose tip!! jar! says:

        My sister is type 2 and going strong after about 20 yrs. I think the key is to embrace the solutions and keep a good attitude. The nurses were so enthusiastic about showing their knowledge of diabetes and helping me. I had ketoacidosis and was in the ICU. It’s acute hyperglycemia. Very sick. I had IVs in both arms and they took my blood every two hours for 3 days. I can endure anything. :). ICU nurses are like doctors. They knew my blood sugar level was critical and how to close the gap to get me out of there. They (at the hospital) process the blood in almost real time and the doctors and nurses read the results on line. Pretty amazing. Too I got to experience several phlebotomists. From novice to wizened veterans who find a vein with amazing acumen. But I feel grateful there’s a regimen I can follow to keep my blood sugar safe and that’s how we’re gonna rock and roll from here on out.