Little FAT Green TUESDAY Footballs & Charles Johnson Is Pissed Off At People Of Color

Gitcha gris gris gumbo yaya, Charles.

Not certain, but I think that’s ChenZhen in the blue robe, ISTE and Opilio are in the middle, and (the late} Nil Stooge is on the right. I was manning the BRC pumps that day. Fun times.

193 Comments on “Little FAT Green TUESDAY Footballs & Charles Johnson Is Pissed Off At People Of Color”

  1. Dezez157 says:

    I am betting dollars to donuts the fat moron accepted advertising that placed malicious software on his turd of a program

  2. Octopus says:

    This is unusual — an activist admitting what she knows to be true about the Muslim invader.

  3. Octopus says:

    Yeah, that’s about right. 😆

  4. Octopus says:

    You see, it’s not supposed to look like her. Now do you get it, you ignorant rubes? 😆

    Oh, the Obamas. What will they think of next? I expect many years of entertainment as their facade crumbles.

  5. Octopus says:

    But seriously, with these portraits…whiskey tango foxtrot?! 😆

  6. Octopus says:

    Sharing this fine birthday of February 13th with myself, Mr. Henry Rollins, formerly of the punk band Black Flag, now making his living doing “spoken word” (talking, that means) performances all over the world. He’s an interesting dude, even though I don’t always agree with his pronouncements on various cultural items and persons.

    This one goes out to Fatass McDumbth, over there in the bunker, sipping on a nice warm bottle of…something. 🙂

  7. rightymouse says:

    😆 😆 😆

  8. Octopus says:

    This thread is magically delicious. 😆

  9. Octopus says:

    Out of whiskey, and out of Sterno. Here, try some of this…(hands him warm Mountain Dew bottle)

  10. Octopus says:

    Imagine the lucrative offers for LGF will start pouring in any day now… 😆

  11. Octopus says:

    Joy Reid IS the lunatic fringe, in any semblance of a sane world. If you think her brain is functioning proper-like, you should go get your wiring checked. 😯

  12. rightymouse says:

    Pebble tells us what she thinks of Fatso.

  13. Bunk X says:

  14. Octopus says:

    Save teh boobs! 😯

  15. Octopus says:

    You have to hand it to SI, for finding a way to exploit naked women while appearing totally socially conscious about today’s hyper-sensitive climate of naked terror and potted-plant rape. It’s a balancing act. We’ve seen Raisman pull it off before, though — she’s great at empowering women and herself by removing all barriers. 🙂

    Not everyone is buying it, of course.

    National Center on Sexual Exploitation Director of Communications Katherine Blakeman wrote a Townhall column explaining it would be “wrong” to suggest the magazine “will be a huge step forward in the effort to promote the dignity and equality” of women.

    Blakeman feels that “men who excitedly go out to purchase this magazine” are only interested in “consuming nearly nude images of women.”

    Blakeman ended her column by challenging Sports Illustrated to scrap the swim issue altogether in 2019.

    “Instead, sell a women-focused issue with just text interviews of the models about their professional and intellectual pursuits, their interests, and their voice. Include only photos of these models clothed,” she wrote. “I dare you.”

    Note to SI: Such an awful atrocity against nature would sell worse than Chunky McDumbth’s photographic calendar — don’t do it! 😆

  16. Octopus says:

    Imagine how exhausting it must be to actually work for a living! 😯

  17. Dezez157 says:

    Um Chuck, would you like to check your track record.
    Anthony Weiner, Hillary Clinton…

  18. Octopus says:

    It’s called “cleaning house,” Fatass. Look into it.

  19. rightymouse says:

    You first, asshole.

  20. Octopus says:

    😯 😆

    • Octopus says:

      Her name is “Virtue.” Harrumph! 😉

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

      Wow. I think that was a double reverse crotchy sniff there. Very high on the difficulty scale.

      • Octopus says:

        It would really be weird if the brother-sister combo from the US did that move. It’s weird enough as it is, but the incest-angle would put it over the top.

        “What’s everybody looking at?”

  21. Octopus says:

    At first I thought this would be an amusing anecdote, given the thumbnail pic of Lara slugging some Johnnie Walker Red in her car. Then it turned really dark and sad. 😦

    Get help, girl.

  22. Octopus says:

    An SJW-in-training on an intercontinental flight. 😯

    Possible Hitlerjugend?

  23. Octopus says:

    Garage Boy Gus often blames his nasty plight on his gimpy leg — maybe he should look up this Paralympian (no pun intended on the ‘limpin) and get some life advice. Or just read this article, you drunken stoned loser, and feel the shame. Maybe it will jolt you out of your lethargy. Heheh…as if! 😆

  24. Octopus says:

    Fauxcahontas, aka Liawatha, aka Chief Spitting Bull, decided to double down on the already-debunked story of her “Native-American heritage.” She’s no more Indian than, say, Shrillary McPantsuit, but she can’t abandon this long-reeking lie at this point. She has to stick to her firesticks.

    Good luck with that, dear. You can get away with it in academia, and certain blue state political fiefdoms, but the national politics game is no-holds-barred, cage-match stuff. You’ll get scalped if you try to run for President.

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

      It’s not only insulting to actual Native Americans who still identify with the culture. It’s also insulting to those of us who clearly do have NA blood in our families (of which we are legion) but would never dream of trying to get minority perks whilst living our lives as European Westerners.

  25. Octopus says:

    The lying skank’s story dissected, debunked and destroyed. Please run for President, Shitting Bull! 😆

  26. rightymouse says:

    Our elderly dog finally went to doggy heaven last night. His last few months were miserable for him and for us, so tears are mixed with relief that his discomfort is over.

    • KGB says:

      So sorry to hear that. I last had a dog in 2009 and when she went home at the age of 13, it hit me hard. Sometimes we want to cling to them, but they know when it’s time and aren’t as sentimental about it as humans.

      • rightymouse says:

        Thanks. Took off work early & came home to bury him. A friend came over with his back-hoe to dig the grave in our Pet Cemetery. Good thing the snow & ice had melted and is warm outside. Hubby & I shed a few tears & kissed him goodbye.

        • Minnow says:

          Righty, my condolences. It is never easy.

        • Octopus says:

          So sorry for your loss, ‘Mouse. I know you did everything possible to give him the longest, best life he could have. There’s no easy way to do it.

          I know it’s way too soon to think about or say, but my family has dealt with the losses of our two best friends by adopting new pups, as if by accident, just by “let’s just take a look” visits to people advertising mutt-pups for sale. If you’re like us, you won’t go home empty-handed. Everybody’s different, though.

          If we hadn’t lost Clancy, we never would have found Murphy. If Murphy hadn’t worn out when he did, we never would have gone to Minnesota to pick up George. They all become part of the story. We don’t feel the family is complete, without a dog around.

          • Minnow says:

            ….and dog farts, and hair, and vomit and accidents…. and complete, unconditional love! And laughs…….

            I agree. There is nothing better. Keep smiling Righty.

          • Octopus says:

            That reminds me of how you have moments of hate for the new dog, because he isn’t all trained and in-sync like the old one, and you have to exert yourself to make him civilized. Lucky for them, they’re cute. Just like human babies. Only, the dogs learn faster how to behave. 😉

            It’s all worth it, though. George is laying on the bed right now with his head on my leg, dreaming about something crazy, with little yips and kicks. Funny, he’s the first one of our three dogs to have bed privileges — the others slept on their own beds, next to ours. Of course, we had human young’uns creeping on our safe space back then. It’s always something, trying to interfere with your sleep patterns. Gus has the crickets and mice, for example, along with the occasional feral cat. Chunky has the ghosts of more prosperous times past, clanking around the bunker. Ooohh, scary! 😆

          • rightymouse says:

            We’re taking care of son’s dog until he can take her on his truck. She’s been a blessing.

  27. rightymouse says:

    Hubby & I are going out for prime rib at our local Amish restaurant. This is our TLC.

  28. Bunk X says:

  29. Bunk X says:

    • Octopus says:

      When murdering is outlawed, only outlaws will be murdering.

      I do think it’s time to take strong measures to avoid these atrocities. There should be a well-trained armed security person in every school, in charge of securing doors and vetting visitors. This should be a good paying job with benefits, just like the teachers get.

    • Dezez157 says:

      When ever measures are offered to protect the children, these bleeding hearts scream police state.

    • Bunk X says:

  30. Octopus says:

    They have no sailing experience, and sank their boat before they got to the Keys, on their “around the world” trip. They had no insurance, naturally. However, their GoFundMe reimbursed their loss and more in one day. ONE DAY, Fatass! 😆

    Just so you know, well-meaning folks who are financing their second kick at this can, you are paying these young idiots to GoKillThemselves. They’re never gonna make it!

    • KGB says:

      That was classic. I think the most refreshing thing about it is that the ROK cops followed the rule of law and let him be. Honestly, I would have thought that “out of respect for our Northern brothers” they would have thrown the guy in the hoosgow.

      I find it similarly maddening that Taiwan and most every Western country allows themselves to bullied by the PRC, which forces Taiwan to participate under the phantom name “Chinese Taipei” and often refuses the allow the Taiwanese flag to be flown at international events. It kills me when free, Western countries go along with that shit. Just a few weeks ago, the PRC had a strop about Delta Airlines because on its website it lists Taiwan as a country when searching for flights. Can’t have that. And these companies grab their ankles every time.

  31. Octopus says:

    Another morning of freezing rain and plunging temps, as my latest head-cold revs up into third gear. Okay, I’ve had enough winter. I’m going to get plenty more, but I’ve really had enough to satisfy me.

    Here’s a picture of a warm sunny beach, to cheer us all up:

    Does anyone know if they make these bikini bottoms any smaller? Hers seem to be just a little too big…

  32. KGB says:

    BTW, today is the first day of the lunar new year, so Happy New Year to everyone! My girls enjoyed a night at grandma’s house in Taiwan with all the aunts, uncles, and cousins, eating well and playing games. This morning they got out and lit some fireworks, then had lunch with the cousins. This evening (it’s already bed time there) the whole family went out to dinner together, although it looks like they first stopped at my oldest sister-in-law’s house to do some karaoke. I think tomorrow’s a quiet day but on Sunday, the third day of the new year, everyone is supposed to return to their parents’ home. For my wife’s family that’s not hard since the 6 kids all live within a few minutes. Then grandma will make lunch for everyone.

    • KGB says:

      A couple weeks ago, Mrs. KGB was frustrated that our daughter wasn’t speaking much Chinese yet and that she was forced to do a lot of interpreting. I told her wait till Chinese New Year. Sure enough, the switch has been flipped and she’s speaking almost all Chinese now. Kids’ brains are amazing.

      • OLT's Ring Given Freely says:

        This is so awesome.

        We had one with a reading switch; he was behind(ish), and then withing the space of a week it was over.

        • KGB says:

          They’re just sponges. Our daughter had been watching a bit of the Peppa Pig cartoons a few months ago and she began using British inflections in her everyday speech. She’d also say things like “May I ring Aunt Sara?” and “I love going on holiday with you and mom!” This wasn’t a Madonna-like affectation, she was just repeating what she heard.

  33. Octopus says:

    A little perspective.

  34. Octopus says:

    Oops, he shat himself. Anyone got a spare pair of pants? 😆

    • Minnow says:

      Could someone please explain to me the point Mueller has made by indicting Russians? Can’t they tell Mueller to go jump in a lake? What authority does Mueller (or the U.S.) have over these Russian people? (I am assuming these are Russian people who live in Russia….)

      And does anyone else find it sort of coincidental that Mueller dropped this bomb on WA D.C. about one hour after the FBI admitted that they had “botched” the Parkland shooting guy problems??

      Oh look! A bird!!

      • Octopus says:

        He had to come up with something, the doofus. Never mind that it’s about as shocking as the idea that Russia has spies who try to do things around the world, like every other power in the world. It’s a nothingburger, with no sauce whatsoever. A veggie burger, made out of grassy bull excrement.

        But it gives the Left something to prate about, and spin into their fantastic web of delusion. So, there’s that.

        • Octopus says:



          • Minnow says:

            -and Hillary is still free to create her hate, her havoc – her bullshit. SHE should be in jail not only for collusion but treason and likely murder too.

            It is laughable that this Russian troll farm crap is the best that Mueller can come up with. Actually, it is (to me) more than slightly embarrassing. The world looks at us and laughs.

          • rightymouse says:

            Mueller had to come up with SOMETHING to justify his utter waste of time, money, etc. – what an effing joke.

          • Dezez157 says:

            Chuck, in his usual delusional drooling stupidity, comes parroting another trolls horse shit,
            Anyone one who read the indictments knows full well it has zero impact on Trump and they might as well have threatened to indite a ground hog for seeing it’s shadow.
            The law can’t touch these Russians on their home soil, the report explicitly states there is zero evidence of collusion of Americans including the Trump team.
            But keep digging Chuck, if you had half the brain you brag about, you would keep your mouth shut, post something with no comment and let someone with half a brain sort the issue out.

  35. Octopus says:

    HUGE nothing burger regarding “Russian Collusion” with the Trump campaign. Curses, foiled again! 😆

  36. Octopus says:

    I can’t wait to not see this movie.

  37. Octopus says:

    My troubles with Quora have been a source of amusement to me, with occasional aggravation. There are some good, enlightening discussions of history and science on there, but the overall tone is one of aggrieved, frightened, anti-Trump, anti-anything conservative paranoia. The usual kid stuff. Same snowflake-drool we see on Chunky’s timeline every day.

    Here’s a sample of my latest correspondence with the young fascists who enforce the groupthink at this bastion of millennial poopy-pants rhetoric.

    Quora Moderation collapsed your answer for violating a policy on Quora.

    Quora Moderation collapsed your answer to Why is it that, almost, every American citizen I encounter says, “I did not vote for Trump”? for violating a policy on Quora.

    Your answer may need improvement
    Violation of Quora’s Be Nice, Be Respectful policy.

    To see the answer page, visit: Why is it that, almost, every American citizen I encounter says, “I did not vote for Trump”?

    Why is it that, almost, every American citizen I encounter says, “I did not vote for Trump”?
    Douglas Griffen
    Douglas Griffen, works at General Motors
    Answered Thu

    Because you live in a bubble, an echo-chamber of frightened mice who are intimidated by the self-identified Liberal MSM and their cohorts in the entertainment industry and academia. Where real adults who engage in business and real economics are talking, the election of Trump after 8 years of the Empty Suit is still pretty much like Christmas every day. 🙂

    45 Views · View Upvoters · Answer may need improvement (Appeal)

    Douglas Griffen
    10m ago

    THIS comment was collapsed by Quora, when every hour of every day we see posts accusing our President of the most heinous, scurrilous crimes against humanity, without a trace of evidence supporting these charges? Heheheh…post the rationale behind this “collapsing,” Quora.

    I’ve had these exchanges regularly since I joined this forum, and they always end up burying my responses, without any rational explanation. WTF is this crap? Good question, better than most of the questions on the site:

    Sometimes, you have to venture into the belly of the beast. The Left thinks socialism is pretty groovy, and Islam is just misunderstood by our Christian Patriarchy overlords. Yes, that’s very much their position. I know, it sounds crazy to sane people. We can’t afford to overlook just how crazy our opposition has become.

  38. Octopus says:

    I said “nothingburger” firsties. I said it as soon as the ridonkulous Russian indictments were made public. 😆

    • rightymouse says:

      One reader of this article commented thusly “This nothingburger is delicious. Can I get some bbq sauce with it?”. My sentiments exactly!!

  39. Octopus says:

    I can’t stop watching these Norm MacDonald videos. Okay, they don’t all work perfectly, but his batting average is really high. The guy is a mental case, in layman’s terms. And I love and respect him for that. 🙂

    Note to Chunky and Garage Boy: You do not qualify for this show bidness discount. Your numbers are horrendous, and your commitment to The Program are suspect. Gus has consistently laid thornbushes in the trail, while our neighbor just sent us a mailbox complaint today that focused on our upkeep of the trail next to our house leading up to the school playyard. Turns out, it’s not our circus, not our monkeys, this trail. I apologize profusely for the last analogy,which has been torturing the wife and I all day.

  40. Octopus says:

    beastie boys

  41. Dezez157 says:

    • ISTE says:

      Just one criticism

      Spot lights synced to bass drum are lagging behind. That is because incandescent spotlights take a while ( and we are talking fractions of a second here ) to come to full brightness. I would have tried keeping them on at maybe 5 to 10% power all the time then gone to 100% with the beat of the drum. As filaments in the bulbs were kept warm response would have been faster and more in sync.

      That video was 2011. I am assuming incandescent. In 2018 with LED response time is instantaneous.

      Sorry for the seemingly trivial criticism but Saturday afternoon in Houston I do not have anything better to do except, well my toenails need cutting and the sink is full of dishes.

      Saving cutting toenails for Sunday fun…



  42. Octopus says:

    Can we gloat just a bit, while the Left continues to lick their wounds over the collapse of the Russian Delusion? Yes we can!

    • rightymouse says:

      I LOVE IT!! 😆 Hubby & I wake up every day and thank God Hillary is not President. Look at how WRONG media and their Democrat flunkies were in predicting a landslide for her! I don’t think I’ve ever had a drink so early in the morning before to toast Trump’s win! 🙂

      • Octopus says:

        One of the greatest mornings of my life, too. I couldn’t believe we had somehow escaped the cackling witch. That the MSM had everything so ass-backwards and had to admit it, was icing on the cake. 😆

        At the same time, I knew the Left would throw the biggest tantrum of all time, and they haven’t disappointed. The schadenfreude is still an exquisite aperitif. 🙂

        • rightymouse says:

          It was a political upset of monumental importance! Am so grateful that Trump won when media & their Dem buddies had discounted him from the start.

          • Abu says:

            Agreed, youse two. Sorry,… I quite concur. The feeling I had when President Trump got the shrill call 14 months ago made up for the horrible birthday I had on 11/4/2008, when the commie rat was first elected. We’re moving forward!

          • Octopus says:

            I was quite pleased to see the bump in my paycheck from the first tax-cut since…Dubya’s first term? I think that was it.

  43. rightymouse says:

    It’s snowing here in NE Ohio. Fire is burning and we’ve had a fantastic dinner at a local restaurant. Place was mobbed. We had grilled rib-eye steaks done with rosemary. Omg! So good! I

    • Octopus says:

      Coming down hard here, too. Naturally, my daughter is on the other side of the state, and has to drive home. At least she has her burly boyfriend with her.

    • Abu says:

      We have about an inch of fresh sneaux. Had a late lunch with wife and her sister. The bison burger with raw onion and Swiss on dark rye was delicious.

      I just made guacamole at sis-in-law’s request but was so full I didn’t taste test it. I’m confident it will be up to snuff. 😎

  44. Octopus says:

    Watched a very entertaining movie tonight with the wife, “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri.” A little wacky in parts, but great acting and a compelling storyline.

  45. Dezez157 says:

    The people smeared by a fat, useless twitter troll could sue, but why? they may win a 3 dollar banjo in need of new strings and a blog with a total value of a rusty mini van filled with tipped over bottles of piss.