“Okay, man, you’re leaving me no choice.” Charles Johnson 2011

He was banned from Little Green Footballs, yet he’s still a fan and defender of Charles Johnson, and he’s got an axe to grind about something that no one yet has been able to suss out, including him.

Ya, we talmbout Reggie. A couple weeks ago he threatened to shut down this blog by pressing a big shiny green button or something but it never happened. There was a small surge of spambots emanating from somewhere in the Caribbean, but Akismet does a pretty good job filtering spam.

So do we.

Here’ a compilation of LGF comments that led to Reggie’s banning from LGF, courtesy of Daedalus:

Any bets that “Reggie” is/was a Charles Johnson sock puppet? Discuss amongst yourselves.

209 Comments on ““Okay, man, you’re leaving me no choice.” Charles Johnson 2011”

  1. Octopus says:

    Wow. I didn’t realize, or had forgotten, how crazy Reggie be. 😆

  2. Octopus says:


    Speaking of insanity writ large, this article lists some of the incredible boondoggles the Green Rapers have foisted on the American people.

  3. Octopus says:

    Gus was on one last night. It’s almost like he was writing a counter-protest song.

    I’m not you.
    59 minutes ago
    Rubs eyes. Not me.
    59 minutes ago
    People say.
    59 minutes ago
    I don’t matter.
    1 hour ago
    Don’t fuck with me.
    1 hour ago
    I’m above your pay grade lousy government workers.
    1 hour ago
    Whatever man. I rule. https://t.co/UaUj7Cbkx2
    1 hour ago
    Ian Bremmer is a Bimbo.
    1 hour ago
    Whatever man.
    1 hour ago
    If only.
    1 hour ago

  4. Octopus says:

    Yes, yes, we know. And Trump is going insaner by the minute, soon to be dragged off to the asylum while Shrillary and Bill move into the WH. Everyone who supports this administration is evil and insane, literally Hitler. You, of course, have been warning people for YEARS about how evilly insane every conservative is, which you know from your 8 years in the belly of the beast, pretending to be one. And one more thing…PAAAAAMMMM!1!! 😆

  5. Octopus says:


    After being accused of not noticing or complimenting my wife’s hair after one of her infrequent trips to the stylist, I know how I’m going to handle it the next time. 🙂

    • rightymouse says:

      Hubby drives me to the salon because it’s near his Mother’s house. He visits with her and then we take her for lunch or dinner after he picks me up. He rarely comments, but MIL always oohs and ahhs. I love her! 🙂

      • Octopus says:

        Girls are better at appreciating hair. Except for my new beard hair, which my daughters are shredding me for growing. Okay, it does make me look a little homeless, but it’s just an experiment. 🙂

        • rightymouse says:

          That’s interesting. Son likes to grow facial hair. Doesn’t bother me, but hubby (who sports a beard & moustache) yells at him to shave. Family dynamics can be so weird. 😆

          • Octopus says:

            I know! It’s so racist. 😆

            Their boyfriends have beards, on and off. It’s so cool on them. On Dad, it’s very disreputable-looking. And the grayness freaks them out, too. Hey, I’m an old bastard. Deal with it, snowflakes. 🙂

  6. rightymouse says:

    Reggie ain’t right in the head. Hope he gets help.

  7. OLT's Ring Given Freely says:

    It’s going to be so satisfying when the “joke” is expressed in “sentence” form. A boy can dream.


  8. OLT's Ring Given Freely says:

    FBI top-level people have time for an average of 68 texts a day.

    With their paramours.

    I thought FedGov jobs were dull.

  9. Octopus says:


    God bless this President! 🙂

    Can’t wait to hear the Libturds shrieking in rage about this one. 😆

  10. rightymouse says:

    And Americans should give a crap because…..???
    Build the wall! MAGA!! Let Mexico worry about Mexicans!

    • Octopus says:

      I don’t give a shit, Gus. I don’t even give a fart.

    • Bunk X says:

      It means that Mexico can’t shuttle her own illegal immigrants into the US.

    • Gusano. I lived in Mexico City for more than 10 years. I KNOW for a fact that most Mexicans hate the USA, but it is their first choice for relocation. Why should we give a shit if they “don’t take it lightly”? Why should we give a shit what the citizens of a failed nation-state think about us?
      Tell you what, Garage Boy — sneak into Mexico, try living on the dole there, and then protest about how lousy the Mecky gummint treats your illegal, useless ass.

  11. rightymouse says:

    Yeah. We know. You pooh-pooh this because you’re terrified these a-holes will turn out to be really bad actors. Remember Ezra Klein & the JournoList that libs denied existed?


    • Yeah, Gusano. Funny how all you Leftoid retards scream about conspiracies [Russia/Trump] until you’re slapped in the head with a real one that implicates your team, innit?

  12. dezes157 says:

    • Minnow says:

      The saddest thing about your response is that you made it.
      Jer’ Jr. is right. You are wrong again. Too bad you don’t know anything about history.

      -and you are a fat, stupid mouth-breathing idiot… but hey… we all gotta be something.

      -and have a nice day!

    • No, Charlatan, he does not “seem to think”, he knows he makes sense. He also knows more about the world and about divine grace than you ever will.
      It must truly suck being you.

  13. Octopus says:

    This is really good shit! 😆

    Right on babe.
    6 hours ago
    Right on.
    6 hours ago
    Shit shit shit.
    6 hours ago
    Damn this is good.
    6 hours ago
    Oh shit.
    6 hours ago
    Mother, mother.
    6 hours ago
    Shit. Not shot.
    6 hours ago
    Oh shot nope.
    6 hours ago
    6 hours ago

  14. rightymouse says:

    Samantha Bee would crap her pants if she had to deal with Miller in person. He’d eat her alive & spit out the bones.

    • OLT's Ring Given Freely says:

      She’s not funny, and she’s not smart, but at least she has her … oh, THAT Samantha Bee.

      Bless her heart.

      • dezes157 says:

        Chuck is hitching wagon to any libtard with more followers than he has hoping they will follow his pathetic ass back, yeah it’s pathetic and sad, but funny as hell.

      • Octopus says:

        She’s a dumb slag. I tried to give her a chance, based on some MSM blather, but she’s hopeless.

  15. rightymouse says:

    Well, the dope & rot-gut booze can’t be helping either.

  16. Chunk is stuck on the couch and can't get up! says:

    On the beard conversation: I’m one of those older guys who started wearing a trim goatee back in the ’90s because it was all the vogue particularly with the studly baseball players. But the real reason is I truly hate regular shaving with a razor. And never found an electric that gave a good shave either. And I can’t grow a full beard being part Native American, it gets scruffy on the sides and looks awful. So I just shaved the non-goatee part of my face and neck for years. Then I noticed around the aughts dudes were going with the one, two day growth look. So I picked up a Wahl trimmer and that’s been the ticket since. I’m on my second Wahl. I still have the goatee but I use the bare trimmer to actually shave. No nicks or razor burn, still looks trim and maintained. Yay me!

    • rightymouse says:

      Good for you! Son uses an electric razor when he feels like it while on the road. Hubby keeps his beard/moustache well trimmed.

    • Octopus says:

      Thanks for the pro-tips! I probably won’t keep this thing long enough to invest in the proper tools of the trade, but it’s good to know, just in case.

      I must say, the not-having-to-shave part of having a beard was very underrated, by me at least.

    • Octopus says:

      Note to Chunk-On-Couch: My boss hates goatees with a passion, attributing them to hipsters, dandies and other louche types. He calls it a “mouth vagina,” which is sexist and degrading to both men and women, and clearly out of touch. At the same time, it makes me think twice about going in that direction. 😆

    • Bunk X says:

      When I was out of work I decided to see what my face would look like with a beard, but I couldn’t get past the 2-week itch, and at 2-weeks I just looked scruffy.

      • Octopus says:

        Bunk, it’s a two-month commitment. The slings and arrows come a-flyin’ from every direction, and most of them from those who are close. I was lucky, in my wife being on my side, as the children and co-workers unleashed their venomous barbs. I started mine on Christmas, in anticipation of a party a day later. We ended up skipping that party, due to my wife’s sickness. The beard saw his opportunity, and commenced a-growin’. Patchy and uneven, gray AF, but still he persisted.

        • Bunk X says:

          Since I was looking for work, the street-bum-cheek-chin-mask wasn’t gonna fly, at least not fast enough to look respectable. Maybe I’ll find some white velcro and paste it on until the real stuff blooms.

  17. Octopus says:

    Message for Reggie:

  18. Octopus says:

    Hey, Stupid Molly…the whole thing was that it was WITH the consent of the grabbees. They didn’t care, as long as the grabber was filthy rich. It’s a thing. Google it. 😆

    • windbag says:

      I’m so tired of correcting morons on this when they bring it up. He said, “You can grab them…” He did not say “I grab them…” It’s like me saying “I can go buy drugs behind the liquor store downtown.” I did not say “I buy drugs behind the liquor store.” I said I can.

      And he was right. You can grab them by the pussy. This whole Hollywood mess with Harv the perv et al. proves Trump was right. There seems to be an endless supply of women who willingly allow themselves to be pawed over by wealthy, influential guys in exchange for a shot at fortune and fame. I have nothing but sympathy for those who were truly assaulted by those creeps, but many took the chance that it would pay off. Regret it now? Too bad. Life doesn’t have a rewind button.

      • Octopus says:

        Sad but true. I wish there weren’t so many desperate young females, and merciless old shitbirds, but that’s never going to change. Sorry, but it isn’t, any more than there will suddenly be a shortage of young and some older people looking for pharmaceutical relief from pain and reality. And the ones who will supply their need, at any cost in blood. And the societal apparatus that is put in place to control and harbor the suppliers and addicts. And the rest of us who pay through the ass to support the whole teetering enterprise.

        I need some of Gus’s good shit, to send me off to sleep happy. I’ll settle for a benadryl tab and a couple of Tylenol. 🙂

  19. Octopus says:

    I took the fam out for sushi and real cooked food at a local Japanese restaurant tonight, and it was good, good stuff. Not cheap, but tasty and as spicy as you can handle (wasabi!). Had a flight of hot sake, which were tasty but not overpowering, and left me feeling warm and happy like a samurai who’s just beheaded his rival.

    On the way home I had the Classique Rawk station on, and this song came on. The kids were all, “Change it, change it!” at first, but I persevered. By the third chorus, they were singing along. There you go, Rhymin’ Simon! 😆

  20. dezes157 says:

    Chuck has a sad because they are not calling her mean enough names. http://twitter.com/Green_Footballs/statuses/957085569409937410

  21. Bunk X says:

    Nice fodder for tweeting to The Corpulent One: The Insult File

  22. Bunk X says:

    He ducked back down the alley
    With some roly-poly little bat-faced girl

  23. Octopus says:

    The last episode was pretty heavy, but I liked it. Heavy on the race-button, but you can’t discount that thing, even if it gets over-played on the internet. And everywhere else, by race-baiters.

    My Mom loved Dionne Warwick, and her “Sings Bacharach” album was always next to the record player in our living room. Here it is:

    • Octopus says:

      Dionne Warwick’s 1963 “Anyone Who Had A Heart” hit the Billboard Top Ten in January 1964 and peaked at #8 on the Billboard Hot 100. The tune was a crossover smash and hit #6 on the Billboard R&B Chart and #2 on the Billboard AC Chart. The tune was also a Top 10 hit in Australia, Belgium, Canada and South Africa. Written by Burt Bacharach and Hal David, the tune was presented to Dionne in unfinished form while she, Hal and Burt were rehearsing in Burt’s Manhattan apartment for a recording session a few days hence at Bell Sound. Bacharach had finished the score but Hal had written only about a third of the lyric and was struggling with what Hal regarded a bad accent in the sixth line of the first stanza, which he could not resolve. Burt played a snippet of the tune for Dionne, and she fell in love with the tune and begged Hal to finish it. Hal, according to his wonderful 1968 book “What the World Needs Now and Other Love Lyrics”, went to Burt’s bedroom while Burt and Dionne rehearsed in the living room and finished the lyric. The tune was recorded at Bell Sound Studios in Manhattan in November 1963, days after the assassination of JFK, in the same session as Bacharach and David’s “Walk On By” and “In the Land of Make Believe”. Rumor has it Warwick nailed the tune in only one take. Cilla Black, a top female recording artist in the Uk but little known outside the UK recorded a cover version released in the UK in January 1964 before Scepter licensee Pye records could release Warwick’s original and Black’s cover became her first number one hit in the UK. Dionne’s original version, released two weeks after Cilla’s in the UK did make the UK charts at #43. However, in the USA, Black’s cover died at Billboard #91. Black remained relatively unknown except to fans in the UK while Warwick went on to achieve worldwide stardom. Anyone Who Had A Heart was Dionne’s first international million-seller. Linda Ronstadt covered the tune in 1994 as a tribute to Warwick for the album “Winter Light.” Dusty Springfield cut a cover of the tune in 1964 and both Shelby Lynne and Atomic Kitten remakes were released in 2008.
      Writes Nick Tosches, the renowned writer, music journalist, novelist, biographer and poet in the January 7, 1972 issue of the rock magazine FUSION; “.getting into Dionne Warwick is like finding buried treasure. The Bacharach/David repertoire which milady chooses to sing is so fascinatingly cynical / fatalistic / stoical / emotional / happy, simultaneously! It’s pure emotion. There is a whole lot more to emotion than some rock punk bursting his dexedrine-staved blood vessels by screaming “Baby I need you baby” into a microphone. Dionne Warwick is not a rock and roll singer. She’s not a jazz singer either. Rhythm and blues? Nope. A pop singer? No way. Did you ever tongue-kiss with someone who barfed a Singapore Sling bolus into your mouth, and then four years later you’re with someone else and you feel good and you realize how beautiful it all was and then it’s all melancholy/happiness, sort of? That’s the kind of singer Dionne Warwick is. She’s beautiful. Dionne, paired with Bacharach’s string/horn/reed arrangements, comes up as a lyric mezzo-sopranoid par-excellence, melodious/expressiveness-wise. If you’ve never gotten into her, you ought to. Get hep to Dionne Warwick. For your own sake.”

  24. Octopus says:

    Remember the time Gus was kicked out of the garage by the parrot? That was pretty rough.

  25. rightymouse says:

    Going out this afternoon to look at granite because we’re upgrading our kitchen. I don’t care for the ‘heavy’ visual of granite so this is going to be interesting. My kitchen opens out to the rest of the rooms there, including the dining room & dinette areas and is the center of family activity. I want it warm & comforting.

    • rightymouse says:

      OMG. I HATE shopping like this. We picked out counter stuff & I was so DONE because we also had to get a new dishwasher & stove that hubby took me to a Thai restaurant for dinner. Ok. That part was super. 🙂

      • Octopus says:

        I hate that stuff, too. If it was up to me, nothing would ever change in this house. Luckily, She isn’t the same kind of person, and we have nice things. 😉

    • Bunk X says:

      We have a kitchen project that’s been on hold for several years due to finances. New cabinets, island, bamboo flooring and soapstone counter tops.
      Soapstone is better than granite. It’s dense and non–porous, you can set a hot skillet on it, won’t stain, and you can buff out scratches with sandpaper.

  26. rightymouse says:

    Obviously not a budget item for you, Gussy. Get a job.

  27. rightymouse says:

    I dunno. Is it different than voting for Hillary because she has a vagina (we think) and is a ‘feminist’ Democrat?

    • rightymouse says:

      He’s back up! 🙂

      • Octopus says:

        Phew! I thought it was going to be another case of Arkancide. 😆

        Hannity is different from me, more of a believer in his causes and things, but I appreciate his kind more and more as I get older. He’s a lot like my parents, who lived through some horrendous times (Great Depression, WWII, The Sixties While Raising 9 Kids) and leaned on their faith to help them cope. I don’t have a lot of faith, just a vague sense of needing to do the right thing in most situations, to the best of my ability. I don’t pray. I do empathize, and I do help people whenever I can, on a personal level.

        That reminds me of this song, which I first heard on a weekend seminar in Georgia, after meeting a guy from the South who couldn’t believe I never listened to country music. He was very concerned about my deprivation in this area, and named off a bunch of country artists who were crossover-friendly and should have been universally acclaimed, even by us northern know-nothing Yankees. I started listening to Drive-By Truckers — this is one of my faves from that quarter.

  28. Octopus says:

    A-a-a-a-a-a-and….she’s still not the least bit funny. In fact, she approaches Margaret Cho-levels of unfunnyness. Which makes her perfect as one of your go-to Nooz Sources. She’s replacing Olbie.

  29. ISTE says:

    And now I’m all alone again
    Nowhere to turn, no one to go to
    Without a home, without a friend
    Without a face to say “Hello” to
    But now the night is near
    And I can make-believe she’s here

    Sometimes I walk alone at night
    When everybody else is sleeping
    I think of her and then I’m happy
    With the company I’m keeping
    The city goes to bed
    And I can live inside my head

    On my own
    Pretending she’s beside me
    All alone
    I walk with her till morning
    Without her
    I feel her arms around me
    And when I lose my way I close my eyes
    And she has found me

    In the rain the pavement shines like silver
    All the lights are misty in the river
    In the darkness, the trees are full of starlight
    And all I see is her and me forever and forever

    And I know it’s only in my mind
    That I’m talking to myself and not to her
    And although I know that she is blind
    Still I say, there’s a way for us

    I love her
    But when the night is over
    She is gone
    The river’s just a river
    Without her
    The world around me changes
    The trees are bare and everywhere
    The streets are full of strangers

    I love her
    But every day I’m learning
    All my life
    I’ve only been pretending
    Without me
    Her world will go on turning
    A world that’s full of happiness
    That I have never known

    I love her
    I love her
    I love her
    But only on my own

  30. Minnow says:

    not sure why – it doesn’t apply I know….

  31. Octopus says:

    It’s high time you white people learnt to dance properly.

  32. Octopus says:


    Dane Cook, 45, and his 19-year-old girlfriend. An Appreciation. 😆

  33. Pakimon says:

    It seem Senor Testiculo is harboring something more than good will! 😮

    Don’t let that goofy grin fool you!


  34. Octopus says:

    Just brilliant in its simplicity.

    • Octopus says:

      Who would have ever imagined interacting with Ron Jeremy would be a little creepy? I’m shocked, shocked I tell you! 😆

  35. rightymouse says:

    DO IT!!!!!!

  36. Octopus says:

    How many hundreds of times did Fatass make posts about “Bush Derangement Syndrome” from 2001-2009? 😆

    • Bunk X says:

      From the BRC Archives:

      04620734 28312 816 Charles Tue, Dec 18, 2007 8:14:07am
      re: #812 Nexus

      re: #795 jcr

      I’m a ‘shill’ because I support a candidate Charles doesn’t like. No matter what I say or do or what Paul says or does, Charles will try to find something negative in it. It’s similar to Bush Derangement Syndrome.

      No … actually, you’re a shill because you support a candidate who is a kook, with followers who are indistinguishable from radical leftists.

      04621524 28315 297 Charles Tue, Dec 18, 2007 11:16:07am
      re: #292 Nexus

      I’m seeing signs here of a derangement syndrome similar to Bush Derangement Syndrome.

      You keep using those words. I do not think they mean what you think they mean.

      05777897 31078 210 Charles Thu, Aug 28, 2008 5:49:44pm
      Bush Derangement Syndrome has become a pandemic.

      06627126 32605 522 Charles Sat, Jan 31, 2009 11:52:42am
      re: #521 rightthinking

      Dear Charles,I enjoy pretty much everything you write and Little Green Footballs is so good for just about everything it stands for. But your position on ID is so hostile that it is reminiscent of Bush Derangement Syndrome. I wish you could moderate your approach. But I doubt you can. To me it seems that the intensity of your approach shows it to have some deep (even pathological) roots which cause you to view ID and any who would even countenance such an idea as truly depraved and unworthy of basic respect. I see it as a flaw in you but I love you anyway and will simply enjoy the good parts of what you write and think.Like Daddy said: “Chew the meat and spit out the bones.”

      If it’s “pathological” to be strongly opposed to pseudo-science and dishonest creationism, go ahead and call me crazy.

      07803473 34930 594 Charles Sat, Oct 17, 2009 12:37:51pm
      re: #592 Lightspeed

      Yes, that book claims he did–with no supporting documentation. Anyone can write a book. Huberman has written for The Nation and the Huffington Post, so I am sure he has no axe to grind. Oh yeah, he was also a driving force behind Bush Derangement Syndrome, writing the book, The Bush-Hater’s Handbook: An A-Z Guide To The Most Appalling Presidency Of The Past 100 Years. Great source for a quote.

      Right — on one side you have a writer for The Nation, on the other you have a race-baiting extremist with a long history of ugly commentary.

      As I wrote, I don’t know which one to believe, but I’m certainly not going to just take Rush Limbaugh’s word for it.

      07981878 35467 86 Charles Mon, Dec 28, 2009 5:50:26pm
      re: #82 Big Steve

      This is but a single report…that Gitmo released prisoners were behind this. Shouldn’t we call a 24 hr rule on this before we go all Bush Derangement on this?

      It looks pretty solid to me. ABC News is not likely to run something like this unless they’re sure of it.

      08169163 35911 601 Charles Fri, Mar 5, 2010 1:38:05pm
      Given that Bedell had a serious case of right wing Bush Derangement Syndrome, it’s not surprising at all that he registered as a Democrat in California.

      08619378 37044 26 Charles Fri, Aug 27, 2010 6:45:04pm
      Just got around to reading Charles Krauthammer’s op-ed.

      How sad. I really wish I could count on people like Krauthammer to hew to a truly moral line, even if they don’t agree with many of Barack Obama’s policies, but this is not to be.

      It’s a massive irony that the man who coined the apt term “Bush Derangement Syndrome” is now apparently incapable of diagnosing his own Obama Derangement Syndrome.

  37. Octopus says:

    Chunky got peevish when his stupidity about chain migration was corrected. 😆

  38. Octopus says:

    Moar peeve! 😆

  39. Octopus says:

    Meanwhile, Gus is pondering stuff…

    This from a guy who is on the Twitter 20 hrs a day, every damn day. 😆

    Keep working that chicken, Garage Boy. It’s still funneh.

  40. Octopus says:

    He’s literally Hitler, so, yeah. DUH! 😆

    • KGB says:

      Saw this at AoSH the other day, “Why don’t we ever hear someone described as ‘literally Stalin’?”

      • Octopus says:

        That is a very good question. Or, “Literally Mao.” Or, “Literally Pol Pot.” Hmmm….

        • Bunk X says:

          There is a great column by a Cambodian refugee in the February 2018 issue of Military Magazine [http://milmag.com] titled “DELIVERANCE – A Cambodian child’s story.”
          Gina Amum Barker was 11 in 1975 when the Khmer Rouge came into her village. It’s one of those understated stories that is horrific when you read between the lines.

          • Octopus says:

            I tried to find this — you wouldn’t have a link by any chance?

          • rightymouse says:

            Couldn’t find the column either. One of my daughters-in-law is Cambodian and she escaped during the time I was working for the US Refugee Office in Bangkok. I can tell you that what happened there was indescribable in the sheer horror of it all. “The Killing Fields” movie is a start, but I think you’ve seen that?

          • Bunk X says:

            I looked for it also. They have a newsprint magazine, and the article is in the February issue. They delay posting articles on their website for some reason.

          • KGB says:

            I’ve been to the Killing Fields and the Tuol Sleng prison in Phnom Penh. I’m not exaggerating when I say that I was chilled the very core of my being, and when I say that the Nazi concentration camps, as evil as they were, were matched in terms of inhumane barbarity by what went on in Cambodia. But leftists can’t allow themselves to use a brown guy as an example of evil because, by their logic, that would indict every brown man in the world. Plus, like, weren’t his intentions, like, so righteous?? He was just trying to ensure equality of outcome!

            Everyone was equally dead.

          • rightymouse says:

            Hubby & I are going to try & go to Cambodia this year.

  41. Bunk X says:

    California is still in drought conditions because they’re strapped for cash to pay pensions to DWP retirees. In order to do that, they raise prices, so I do my part and pee in the side yard to save water and annoy the gophers. Win-Win.

    We also have occasional dry Santa Ana winds, like we did today, so I have to pay attention to the direction I’m facing, or else be prepared to change clothes and do a half-load of laundry.

    The lady across the street just phoned the missus and asked if we were getting rain, too.

  42. Octopus says:

    Nope! Not a one…except for these:


  43. Bunk X says:

  44. Octopus says:


    The Delusion is strong in this one! 😆

    Oh, the Left. What will they think of next?

  45. Octopus says:


    Here’s a whiplash-inducing piece of glurge — thanks, Logic! 😆

    Irony Crash-Cart to Aisle 6, STAT!

    • Chunk is stuck on the couch and can't get up! says:

      Logic: “Stand tall and crush all predators under the weight of your heart that is full of the love that they will never take away from you,” he said to the audience.

      I can certainly see what a gift for words he has with that metaphor mash-up. Ya see his heart is so heavy with love (usually a heavy heart is sorrowful), such great love that he wants to destroy the uh….predators (?) I guess these are the bad people? Ya know, like cops or people who wear suits. Anyway it’s all real deep and profound and shit and stuff.

  46. dezes157 says:

    Nothing like watching 65 year old rental trash that has never owned more than a beat up banjo acting like he is special.

  47. Octopus says:

    Victor David Hanson was once one of the favorite writers of Chunky Von Fatass, and he remains one of our most brilliant, clear-thinking popular historians. This piece about legal and illegal immigration is another classic. I think I’m going to memorize it, so I can whap libturds with teh knowledge when they start spewing their cliches about racist shitholes we all know, love and avoid like the plague.


    • OLT's Ring Given Freely says:

      That deserves memorization.

      “Strange, too, are the outward theatrics and themes of illegal alien activism—the frequent waving of Mexican flags, the often loud criticism of a generous host country, the usual demands made upon a foreign nation—mysteriously coupled with the overwhelming desire of millions to enter or remain in the supposedly demonic United States. Waving a flag of a country that one does not wish to return to while shunning the flag of a country in which one very much wishes to reside is incoherent.”

      “The thrust of ethnic studies departments, the narratives of open borders activists, the pageantry and symbolism of mass immigration demonstrations, and the chauvinism embedded into popular culture is mostly couched in implicit anti-Americanism. At least we are led to believe that a culpable America has done wrong in the present and the past, and has to restore its morality by allowing open borders and illegal immigration. But who are the arbiters of American ethics? Vicente Fox? MS-13 gang-bangers? Those whose first act in entering America was to break its laws?

      Millions are fleeing paradigms that they apparently judged as wanting, either politically, economically, or socially, or all that and more. Why, then, would foreign nationals have ceased romanticizing their new generous hosts upon their arrival and begun idealizing, instead, their rejected birthplace? And if these are their true feelings on the matter, why did they leave?”

      This is right on, and it gains no fans for any people who really have been discounted, abused, or otherwise denied … because of the glaring wrongness of THIS.

  48. Chunk is stuck on the couch and can't get up! says:

    Anything by VDH is worth reading but I have to say it’s a very simple issue that the libturds have created. You’re either for a sensible and sane legal immigration process that is beneficial for US citizens. Or you’re for bat shit quantity over quality hands over ears yelling “RACIST!” open borders radicalism. Chunky’s in the latter category.

  49. Octopus says:

    The more I Iearn about Oprah, the more I want her to run for President. Let those skeletons out of the closet, so they can run free! 😆

  50. Chunk is stuck on the couch and can't get up! says:


    Already had turned into an award show for crappy shallow pop garbage non-music. Then they had the brilliant idea to keep all that and add in left-wing Demoncrap activist propaganda bile. Those Hollyweirdos are real masters of marketing.

  51. rightymouse says:

    House votes to release intel memo. Now Trump has to approve the release.
    Let the heads roll.


    • rightymouse says:

      “The vote was announced to reporters by California Rep. Adam Schiff, the top Democrat on the committee, who called it a “very sad day, I think, in the history of this committee.” The motion passed on a party-line basis, he said.”

      People are going to be ducking for cover and resignations may be forthcoming.

      • Chunk is stuck on the couch and can't get up! says:

        Ah yes such a sad day. Like that other sad day when Pedosta’s emails were released by WikiLeaks. And the American people found out the DNC and the Shrillery campaign were a gang of crooked cheaters and liars who wipe their asses with the Constitution.

  52. dezes157 says:

    Hate blogger, race baiting, violence inciting asshat gets kicked from Twitter, time to celebrate and poke a fat turd named Chuck with a sharp stick.

  53. Chunk is stuck on the couch and can't get up! says:

    Demoncraps have nothing to hide.

  54. Octopus says:

    Oh, it’s infuriating, alright. It’s disconcerting and distressing. A terrible day for Democracy! Why, it’s Hitler’s Night Of Teh Long Knives! 😯

    Nothing to worry about, if it’s all bullshit, Should be easy to prove, right? Pshaw, don’t get your yellowed undies in a twist, Chunky. Have a Chimay! 😆

  55. ISTE says:

    Monday night in Houston. More sign language involved in getting something to eat.

    Went to the apartment underneath where I live and took out a $10 and said “chicken” I just wanted chicken.

    Tacos and encheladas and other strange things were asked but tonight all I want is chicken.

    Was told 10 minutues.

    15 minutes later, there is a reason for me going late, I went downstairs to the door with Natasha in my arms.

    Wanted to show them she was my other cat ( back story is the only way Boris and Natasha can get home is climbing up the wall of the illegal resturaunt )

    As they gave me my food Natasha decided enough was enough and jumped out of my arms and went over my sholder, The waitress and the cook were shocked! Until they realised she was behind me… waiting to go home for chicken.

    What is this post all about? Well Saturday I let them know what Boris looked like and where he belonged. Tonight they saw Natasha and hopefully accept that she has to crawl up their wall to get home.

    As to the food… Best chicken I ever tasted. And it is not fast food chicken that nobody cared about cooking.

    I was sharing a home cooked family meal.

    BUILD THE WALL! and keep people like these in the USA

    ( I am going to get shit for that comment )

    • Octopus says:

      I pray you will never be served either Boris or Natasha by this fine establishment. 🙂

      • ISTE says:

        They are from El Salvador Now if they were from China or Korea or Africa the three of us would be moving… fast. Um I would be the fastest mover if they were African I would run away really fast… To them I taste just like chicken. ( Been to Africa, not quite done it but never going back again )

  56. Octopus says:

    The Steynmeister! 😆

  57. Octopus says:

    Chunky is shitting purple bricks. 😆

    • dezes157 says:

      That’s what is so funny about Chuck and the drooling idiots that fall at his feet, neither see him describing himself.