On 9 September 2005, Charles Johnson Was Outraged About The Winning Entry (Out Of 5K Submissions) For The Flight 93 Memorial In Pennsylvania.


Seems we covered that one a long time ago, and got a friendly visit from conspiracy monger Alec Rawls. Damned if I can find it, but so what. The Great Design Conspiracy was pure crap, and was debunked by numerous sources. The natural topography was a crescent (possibly an ancient meteor impact crater) and most of the submitted designs for the memorial kept the existing terrain intact.

Even the moderators started laughing at the hired conspiracy theorists.

Maybe one of these days I’ll find the Bunk/Rawls debate, but it’s not going to happen tonight.

“Let’s roll.” -Todd Beamer

179 Comments on “On 9 September 2005, Charles Johnson Was Outraged About The Winning Entry (Out Of 5K Submissions) For The Flight 93 Memorial In Pennsylvania.”

  1. Octopus says:

    I don’t want to promote a madman’s manifesto or anything, so I won’t post it here, but I just finished reading the full text of the El Paso shooter’s last words. He goes to great lengths to separate himself from Trump, and of course the Fake News Media blamed the whole thing on Trump. The guy didn’t like Mexican immigrants and race-mixing, but he was just as exercised by environmental pollution, a fact that got no coverage in the Official Story. He saw all politicians, Right and Left, as part of the same evil conspiracy to destroy the country from within. At the same time, he promoted the break-up of the USA and the formation of a number of smaller independent countries that would be based on race. In other words, he was a deeply-batshit and dangerous individual, who also saw himself as a messianic figure would loom large in future historical records of the coming revolution.

  2. Octopus says:

    The Idiot Left IS Antifaggoo. Don’t forget that, as they ramp up their cowardly masked intimidation tactics during the campaign season(s).

  3. Octopus says:

    The story of this song’s inspiration is a good one. The song’s sentiment is one I agree with strongly. Also, Keith and Eastwood love America. 🙂


  4. Octopus says:

    Here’s another inspirational song, I used to sing with my daughter when she was three or four. Still moves me.

    • rightymouse says:

      My Dad used to sing “Swing Low, Sweet Chariot” to us during thunderstorms.

      • Octopus says:

        Was that in Thailand?

        • rightymouse says:

          Yes. When we lived in Central Thailand, before moving to Bangkok. I grew up bi-lingual, although early on, before school, my English was rather dreadful. Mainly because we spoke Thai all the time.

          • Octopus says:

            I think it’s a great thing for children to know more than one culture and language, so they can compare them as adults, and also because it just widens their horizons. Also, your Dad was guilty of cultural appropriation, for singing that old slave spiritual about the dream of freedom. 😆

  5. rightymouse says:

    While remembering those who perished on 9/11/2001, let’s not forget those who were killed in Benghazi on 9/11/2012.

  6. rightymouse says:

    Poor baby. 🙄

  7. dezzez says:

    narrator: I just mistook my phone for a flatbread PB and J, I will be begging for donations to replace it in 3..2..

  8. dezzez says:

    Yup, Chuck just performed fellatio on a strawman.

    • rightymouse says:

      Fatso has trouble with humor. Real trouble. Embarrassing!!

      • Octopus says:

        Trouble all over, for Chonky. Comedy, pfffft. Water and electricity bills, unpaid for months, service to be cut off just in time for the Winter Warm-But-Not-Too-Hot Season. He can always get water out of the neighbor’s hose, but the electricity…better talk to Gus about the surreptitious “borrowing” of the neighbor’s juice with long extension cords running from an outdoor outlet. It’s tricky.

    • Bunk X says:

      If vaping companies really want to avoid regulation, they should sell them to the drug cartels south of the border.

  9. Koko says:

    Ok Koko give up

  10. Octopus says:

    View at Medium.com

    I’ve been wondering aloud for years why Shaun King, the white guy posing as a black race-hustler, has been getting a free pass by blacks when they were so quick to denounce and eject Rachel Dolezal from their ranks. Well, the reason seems to be rooted in fundraising schemes, bullying and quick moves from issue to issue. Deray McKesson is finally calling him out on his shameless, crooked hucksterism. I think the being-outed-as-white part is coming soon.

  11. rightymouse says:

    Anyone watch the Donkey debate last night? I fell asleep.

  12. Octopus says:

    ❗️My husband and I went through the McDonald’s driveway window and I gave the cashier a $5 bill.
    Our total was $4.25, so I also handed her 25c.
    She said, ‘you gave me too much money.’
    I said, ‘Yes I know, but this way you can just give me a dollar back.’
    She sighed and went to get the manager who asked me to repeat my request.
    I did so, and he handed me back the 25c, and said ‘We’re sorry but we don’t do that kind of thing.’
    The cashier then proceeded to give me back 75 cents in change.
    Do not confuse the people at MacD’s.

    ❗️We had to have the garage door repaired.
    The repairman told us that one of our problems was that we did not have a ‘large’ enough motor on the opener.
    I thought for a minute, and said that we had the largest one made at that time, a 1/2 horsepower.
    He shook his head and said, ‘You need a 1/4 horsepower.’
    I responded that 1/2 was larger than 1/4 and he said, ‘NOOO, it’s not. Four is larger than two.’
    We haven’t used that repairman since…

    ❗️I live in a semi rural area.
    We recently had a new neighbor call the local city council office to request the removal of the DEER CROSSING sign on our road.

    The reason: ‘Too many deers are being hit by cars out here! I don’t think this is a good place for them to be crossing anymore.’

    ❗️ My daughter went to a Mexican fast food and ordered a taco.
    She asked the person behind the counter for ‘minimal lettuce.’
    He said he was sorry, but they only had iceberg lettuce.

    ❗️ I was at the airport, checking in at the gate when an airport employee asked,
    ‘Has anyone put anything in your baggage without your knowledge?’
    To which I replied, ‘If it was without my knowledge, how would I know?’
    He smiled knowingly and nodded, ‘That’s why we ask.’

    ❗️ The pedestrian light on the corner beeps when it’s safe to cross the street.
    I was crossing with an ‘intellectually challenged’ co-worker of mine.
    She asked if I knew what the beeper was for.
    I explained that it signals blind people when the light is
    Appalled, she responded, ‘what on earth are blind people doing driving?!’
    She is a government employee…..

    ❗️ When my wife and I arrived at a car dealership to pick up our car after a service, we were told the keys had been locked in it.
    We went to the service department and found a mechanic working feverishly to unlock the driver’s side door.
    As I watched from the passenger side, I instinctively tried the door handle and discovered that it was unlocked.
    ‘Hey,’ I announced to the technician, ‘its open!’
    His reply, ‘I know. I already did that side.’

    They walk among us, they breed, and they vote…….
    You now have 2 options…

    • Bunk X says:

      When we were little, Mom took us to the grocery store. We came back to the station wagon and Mom realized that the door was locked and the keys were in the ignition, so she went to a pay phone and called my dad to bring the spare key. While we were waiting we found that one of the doors was unlocked.

      Mom stared at it, then locked the door and shut it. We never told Dad.

      • Koko says:

        LOL! Great story from… the ‘80s I’m guessing? Beautiful Mom survival story. How many times did I hear growing up in the ‘70s “Don’t tell your dad”. Because we all knew Dad would just over-react and go ape shit. No problem Mom we got your back.😎.

  13. Octopus says:

    RIP, Eddie Money. He was a longtime trooper on the pop-rock circuit, opening up the outdoor shed here every summer since the late-70’s. Not my favorite performer, but he had his moments.

  14. rightymouse says:

    That’s Islamophobic, Gussy!!

    • Octopus says:

      I only considered it, briefly. I never acted on it. 😳

      • rightymouse says:

        Goats are a pain in the neck. So are 13 year old girls.

        • poteen2 says:

          In my 40s I was a single father of 3 teenage girls. If I’d have known at that time what they were worth I might be a goat tycoon today./ 🙂
          Worked out OK though. No heart attacks and no felonies.

          • Octopus says:

            Our two daughters were very different, but they both tested us in different ways. Girls are great, but they aren’t easy to raise. I can’t imagine doing it alone! 😱

          • poteen2 says:

            3 grandsons and a granddaughter are more fun than a goat roast. They also make it easy to torture my daughters for those freaky fast little bastards that were always coming around.

    • Octopus says:

      You have one hit song and suddenly you become convinced the world needs to know about your every mental glitch. 😆

      Note: the song wasn’t even that good.

      • rightymouse says:

        Never heard of him until now. He’s got issues & they/them ain’t going to solve them.

        • poteen2 says:

          ” ‘Some days I’ve got my manly side and some days I’ve got my womanly side, but it’s when I’m in the middle of that switch that I get really, really depressed and sad'”

          Switch? I think that’s called schizophrenia. Maybe he is a they. Do they own an AR?

  15. rightymouse says:

    😆 😆

  16. rightymouse says:

    Son flies to Missouri tomorrow for his new trucking job orientation. He passed the HAZMAT & Trailer tests, got his CDL license updated & was cleared by TSA. The HAZMAT certification increases his earning potential. He’s looking forward to being on the road again. 🙂 Am so proud of him! He’s never let his autism get in the way of being the best that he can be! 🙂

    • Octopus says:

      Congrats, ‘Mouse! He sounds like a fine young man. A toast to his continued success. 🍷 🥃

    • Koko hat off to him - oh wait Koko ate hat says:

      That sounds great. So many truck drivers think it’s just driving. But it’s serious business operating something that big on the road ways. And thank God for real pros who increase their training to be qualified for that difficult and even sometimes dangerous job.

      • rightymouse says:

        Yep! Especially in the winter on icy roads.

        • Octopus says:

          Ever seen that reality show, “Ice Road Truckers?” Crazy, man. 😆

          I’ve sometimes wondered if I could be a long-haul truck driver. I love to drive, and see the countryside, while listening to books, music and now podcasts. That ship has probably sailed for me, as I’m too old. And I’d probably want to squish some millenials cutting me off while texting their Grindr hookups…yeah, I’d never pass the psychological testing.

          • rightymouse says:

            They may take older guys! Check it out! We met a seasoned trucker when son was at a local truck stop & we visited. He told us that he made sure he was home every two weeks because his wife had needs. 😆

          • Octopus says:

            Every two weeks? Well, that’s a lot of boffing, for an older couple. But you have to keep the home fires burning. 🙂

  17. Koko says:


    Trump nabs OBL’s kid, a key operative and symbolic leader for al-Qaeda. Probably more operationally valuable and active than his father was when he was killed sitting in a room with a small TV and a porno tape collection.

    Well done Mr. President! said no Demoncraps whatsoever.

  18. Koko says:


    Obama notes that Biden opposed bin Laden raid

    Obama notes that Biden opposed bin Laden raid. We expected President Obama to call out Mitt Romney during Monday’s debate for second-guessing him on various decisions.

    We didn’t expect him to talk about Vice President Biden as well.

    Discussing the raid that killed Osama bin Laden in 2011 — which involved sending troops into another country, Pakistan — Obama told Romney, “Those decisions generally are not poll-tested. And even some in my own party, including my current vice president, had the same critique as you did.”


  19. Koko says:

    Calm down there Chonky. Although I do acknowledge you’re trying to match the fake selective outrage of the left that whip themselves into a mindless frenzy over Brett Kavanaugh aka “Chief Justice Supreme Cock Monster”.

    Ramirez’ Kavanaugh “dick in the face” allegations were just a lazy “me too” with no proof or any eye witnesses or corroboration. Like Blasey’s made up lies and Swetnicks sweaty gang bang fantasies starring super pr0n star Brett Kavanaugh!!


    Turns out Ol’ Blue Eye’s kid Ronan didn’t even verify that Kavanaugh was AT the party where this supposedly happened. Which no one remembers anyway except in Deborah’s feverish little horn dog mind. How hard would that be with someone shaking their dick in a woman’s face? AT A PARTY!

    “It’s worth noting that Ronan Farrow and Jane Mayer could not confirm ‘with other eyewitnesses that Kavanaugh was present at the party.’ It’s also worth noting that this disclaimer was buried to the ‘10th paragraph’ of the Deborah Ramirez report. Lazy at best, slimy at worst,” Mediaite columnist Joseph Wulfsohn wrote.

    National Review editor Charles C.W. Cooke penned a column calling the piece “grossly irresponsible,” which slams The New Yorker for publishing the story.

    “I am struggling to remember reading a less responsible piece of ‘journalism’ in a major outlet,” Cooke wrote.“There is no scaffolding beneath this story.”

    Jedediah Bila wrote that she is typically a fan of Farrow but his latest report is “not good journalism.”

    “New Yorker piece doesn’t even confirm that Kavanaugh was at the party, contains an admission of memory gaps by Ramirez due to intoxication, and has numerous people on the record disputing her claim. Once again, I’m awaiting facts: evidence, corroboration, possible testimony,” Bila wrote.

  20. Koko says:

    Wow. You nailed that one AMESSNBC. I never noticed before Trump and his son Barron look nothing alike!! I don’t think it’s his son. LOL!

  21. Koko says:

    Why did Chonky retweet this? Lovett appears to be pointing out that Ramirez herself was in doubt of her allegations against BK. Or does it mean Lovett retweeted him in order to refute his BS? Sounds more likely. Koko’s Twitter Fu a bit rusty. Oh right, I never had any.

    Bad tweet aside, look at Times evolution on Ramirez and reporting by New Yorker. First the Times runs this during the confirmation fight: pic.twitter.com/u4eUeLxhn5— Jon Lovett (@jonlovett) September 14, 2019


  22. Koko says:

    Cool piece by Stan Kenton’s orchestra from the iconic Kenton ’76 album. When the modern big band pretty much peaked in America. It’s called “Time For a Change”. It’s in 9/4 time. But it’s a very relaxed and cool song featuring the classic “brass choir” sound of Kenton. I remember playing it. To get the time signature you have to remember 12 12 123 12. After you listen to it a few times it’s very hum-able. And now you have something to hum in 9/4! 🙂

  23. Koko says:


    I guess he believed in taking his work home with him. Ba-dump!

    Koko sorry. ‘Bout that bad joke.

    Koko glad she missed that episode of Hoarders. Oh crap, Koko did it again.

  24. Koko says:


    Chonky thinks Terry’s a racist! Not that he’s said as much. But you know his simplistic thinking. White man criticizes black man = racist. That’s all you need to know to rage from your roach infested Cheetos mound on the interwebz and beg for money.

    “I’m not pulling for him, I can promise you that,” Bradshaw said of Brown via CBS Sports. “I cannot emphasize how I cannot stand and have a disdain totally for players like that. I don’t want any part of them. I wouldn’t like them. They would hate me if they were on our team. They would hate me because I wouldn’t throw to him”

    “I will not put up with that kind of behavior. You don’t win with it. Why haven’t [the Steelers] won more Super Bowls? There is talent, [but] it’s just guys like him. Let him go and his brand and whatever it is he’s doing,” he added.

    Who did Terry throw to? These two class acts:

    • KGB says:

      I stopped watching the NFL over 20 years ago but I grew up a Steelers fan. For some reason, I had a game between the Steelers and Broncos from 1979 in my recommendations the other day and I wound up watching a good chunk of it. It’s like a completely different game and different world. Not a single instance of hot dogging in the entire game. The players just went about things as if it was their job. Needless to say, Messrs Swann and Stallworth were pure class.

  25. Koko says:


    Gee thanks Obungle and John Effing Kerry. For proving there’s no dealing with scumbags who never wanted your deal anyway but just enjoyed humiliating you and stealing your stuff while pretending to be your friend. It’s like the dull normal son of a friend of my mother’s I used to have to play with occasionally. If I went to the john for 10 minutes he’d stuff half my toys in his pockets and down his pants. Later when we went to their house I’d identify all the things that were mine and his mom would say “That’s fine. Just go ahead and take them back.”

  26. Koko says:

    LOL! They’re out with their long knives for this poor schmuck!


    So many victims! So little time! If he makes it to SNL he’ll have his nuts cut off, tied in a bag and have to do all of his skits with them in his mouth.

    I couldn’t care less because the guy’s not that funny anyway. The podcast banter was on par with Chonky and Bob Cesspool. It was like naughty suburban teenagers pretending to be edgy by bashing Chinatown like they’re real downtown New Yorkers. Gotta love the whiny whiny about how SNL has taken 50 years to put on an asian comic. Comedy sketch shows have come and gone with HILARIOUS asian comics that leftards never noticed or gave a shit about. That SNL couldn’t find a funny asian comic says more about Lorne Michael’s personal bigotry and political agenda than America’s teddible, teddible racism. Besides when you’re filling a quota you’re not really finding the best people usually. Plus lazy Lorne’s idea of virtue signalling is merely to have a black guy always in the cast. They had that fat Mexican to be in Jimmy’s skits. That’s it for Latinos for about a decade. They don’t talk about asians AT ALL at Manhattan cocktail parties. So sorry.

  27. rightymouse says:

  28. Octopus says:

    Fatass McChonky has been given a new Idiot Leftist show to rave about. Feel the joy.


    22h ago
    the show kept alienating me from the main character with leftist ideologies that seemed to have nothing to do with the character’s progression. “white guys are rich stupid people who love golf” and “marriage traditions are sexist and should be abandoned” and “Texans love the Alamo because they love slavery” and “time travel works different for white people” stuff just kept waking me up from what was otherwise a beautiful piece. Thanks, but maybe consider the other half of your audience. Fun journey, great writing, Rose Salazar’s acting is phenomenal. I would love to give it 5 stars.

  29. Octopus says:

    Cat Fanciers: Yea or Nay?

  30. Koko says:

    Speaking of Dave Chappelle….which we weren’t but were at some point…. anyway Jim Breuer does a killer imitation of Chappelle at about 1:30 in this clip, the only one I’ve heard. I like Breuer in his own right. Breuer’s careful to not just name-drop but recounts the circumstance of his being cast in Half Baked. Chappelle noticed he looks high all the time whether or not he actually is. But Breuer’s Chappelle is “spot on” as my English brethren would say. And a funny story from Half Baked when Jim actually was (inadvertently) half baked while in scene before the cameras.

  31. Koko says:


    Five big socialist Demoncrap candidates for Preezydunce (Castro, Warren, Harris, O’Rourke and Sanders) call Kavanaugh a liar and a rapist making it clear they do not believe in due process, presumed innocence or rule of law. And also establishing they don’t require any credible evidence before denouncing and presumably even sentencing someone to years in jail or even death. A woman crying, making uncorroborated claims with no facts is all that’s required to destroy a person. This is Demoncrap justice as Chonky prefers.

  32. Koko says:


    Wow. despicable misogynist attitude?

    Justice Kavanaugh’s Law Clerks Are All Women, a First for the Supreme Court

    I guess he’s gang raping the law clerks?

  33. Koko says:


    Kaepernick is a clueless imbecile. He decries oppression then defends Fidel Castro. And our pop tart culture is so stupid they reward him for it.

    Unrepentant hypocrite Colin Kaepernick defends Fidel Castro


    And that’s exactly the moment Kaepernick shows how lost he truly is. Because in the next breath, Kaepernick, born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, explains to me, the guy born in Havana, how great Castro really is.

    “One thing Fidel Castro did do is they have the highest literacy rate because they invest more in their education system than they do in their prison system, which we do not do here even though we’re fully capable of doing that,” Kaepernick said.

    Is this real life?

    First, Cuba does not have the highest literacy rate. Second, don’t be surprised if the same people who report Cuba’s admittedly high literacy rate are related to those who report its election results — the ones in which the Castros get 100 percent of the votes.

    Third, could it be Cuba doesn’t have to invest a lot in its prison system because, you know, dungeons and firing squads (El Paredon) are not too expensive to maintain?

    Finally, it’s bizarre that Kaepernick is extolling the education system of a country where people believe launching out into shark-infested seas to flee is a better idea than staying there.

    So I make the point to Kaepernick that aside from that awesome school system the Castro devils established, there was also that communist revolution we should consider, and the lack of free elections and justice. And after teaching folks the alphabet, to Kaepernick’s apparent delight, the Castros break up families, including mine, because some folks get out and others cannot.

  34. Koko says:

    I liked this. Crank it up!

  35. dezzez says:

    Chuck, a head like yours deserves to hurt.
    No, we do not feel sorry for you, so stop whining.

    • ISTE says:

      If Charles were not such an asshole I would offer him advice.

      Mid 1990’s I started suffering from migraines, or “cluster headaches” as they are also called.

      A specific type that only affects males in their mid 30’s

      Went on experimental treatment. That destroyed a relationship and I nearly lost my job. It involved serious mind altering drugs in high doses. one was Ergotamine as in Ergot an LSD like substance that was possibly responsible for the Salem witch thing, There were two other drugs that I cannot remember but they were psychiatric type of drugs.but I digress.

      After two months of this experimental treatment and many episodes of suddenly bursting into tears and uncontrollable crying at work and at home I visited another doctor.

      She asked what I what drugs I was taking and when she saw it she was shocked.Yes I know I was on an experimental test study, but she told me to immediately stop taking them and prescribed a high dose of Prozac and gave me a doctor note for two weeks off work and told me not to drive.

      Kind of like out of the frying pan and into the fire.

      So I went from being tired, bad at my job and irritable from constant migraines to taking experimental drugs where I then became a person who would cry at the slightest thing.

      Then on Prozac I didn’t give a shit. Everything seemed funny.

      Quit all drugs, I did not like not being me. Started to look for a trigger to migraines. Recorded in a diary everything I ate, drank or did.

      Nailed it a few weeks later. Coffee was every day. Migraines were worse Tuesday to Saturday. Sunday and Monday were migraine free.

      What would cause this weekly pattern? Finally realized it was not what I ate, drank or did that day it was what I ate 36-48 hours earlier.

      Chocolate candy bars out of vending machine at work for lunch. Monday to Friday. No chocolate at weekends so no migraine Monday but Monday chocolate causes Wednesday migraine

      A side note, many years ago I was at a kind of formal business dinner and the beautiful lady next to me offered me her dessert. It was a slice of cheesecake with a swirl of chocolate sauce on top.

      She watched in amazement as I accepted her gift then took several minutes removing all traces of chocolate from it using several utensils before I ate it.

      Discovered my migraine trigger. Now I am migraine free.

      • rightymouse says:

        I got migraines from the birth control pill. It also caused blood clots in my legs. This was 40 years ago. Thank God my doc figured it out.

        • ISTE says:

          There always seems to be a trigger. Finding it is hard work.

          As I said mine was chocolate. 36 to 48 hours later.

          • Koko says:

            I’ve never had one thank gosh. My small brain and sagittal crest and accompanying musculature keeps my head well balanced and pain free!

          • Octopus says:

            My trigger was eyestrain, first encountered in college when doing WAY too much reading for days and weeks on end. If only I had known about reading glasses back then…

    • Bunk X says:

      Spinal fluid pressure imbalance. I remember cutting firewood with my buddies with a chainsaw after a minor operation that included a “saddle block.” That day was nasty.

  36. dezzez says:

    Of course she is, your’e an idiot.

  37. Bunk X says:

    BTW – There’s an Anniversary coming up to be remembered, revered and retweeted by all. Film at 11.

  38. Bunk X says:

    Ken Burns’ “History of Country Music” is pretty good. Lotta names I’d forgotten, like Pee Wee King, Pee Wee Reese, Pee Wee Herman, Pee Wee Johnson.

    • Bunk X says:

      First episode serves as an intro, then spends a lot of time on Jimmy Rogers. Apparently the guy was a real dick, but cleaned up his act once he acquired tuberculosis. T,B. was incurable at the time, and he was coughing up blood in the middle of recording sessions.

  39. Octopus says:


    Are you effing kidding me?! 😆

    She wants to “make thousands of me’s.” I can’t. I just cannot.

  40. Koko says:

    This is just twisted.

  41. Octopus says:

    The degradation of the failing NYT knows no bounds. 😆

  42. Octopus says:


    Of course they do. 😆

    Everything in life is a double-edged sword, that can turn around and cut you in a trice. Gonna make smoking “safe?” Nah. You made it worse.

  43. dezzez says:

    Chuck, retweeting your own lame jokes is just lame.

  44. rightymouse says:

    Some silly stuff for a Tuesday….

    I was standing at the bar at the VFW one night minding my own business. This FAT ugly chick came up behind me, grabbed my butt and said, “You’re kinda cute. You gotta phone number?” I said, “Yeah, you gotta pen?” She said, “Yeah, I got a pen”. I said, “You better get back in it before the farmer misses you.”

    I went to our VFW last night and saw a BIG woman dancing on a table. I said, “Good legs.” The girl giggled and said, “Do you really think so?” I said, “Definitely! Most tables would have collapsed by now.”

    I got caught taking a pee in the swimming pool today. The lifeguard shouted at me so loud, I nearly fell in.

  45. rightymouse says:

    The Tub of Lard can also read minds. Who knew?? 🙄

    • dezzez says:

      Let me guess, Chuck is live streaming this by stealing a live link from another site, yelling racist and white supremacist every 3 minutes?

      • Bunk X says:

        It’s not a legal proceeding. There has not been a House vote to proceed with impeachment proceedings, so the subpoenas are meaningless.

  46. Koko says:

    I like New Grass.

    My great uncle Paul “Deacon” Wells LOL!


    My Grandfather, Odus P. Wells was the other Wells brother of the Wells brothers duet. He plays guitar and sings on this 45 with brother Paul. Grampa wasn’t given a middle name so he just made up the “P” so he could have a middle initial. The first name Odus is odd and I thought maybe an ignorant phonetic mispelling. But Wikipedia tells me it’s a modern English variant on the Germanic Otis.

    • Octopus says:

      The girls in my Greek wife’s family don’t have middle names, just their father’s first name’s letter as their middle initial. So, the three Marias (first cousins) were known, and are known to this day in the family, as “J,” “P,” and “G.” For John, Paul and Gus, which you guessed if you know any Greek families. 😃

  47. Koko not to be confused with Cokie says:


    So Drudge apparently thinks Cokie Roberts was a pioneering and “legendary” journalist. Why I’m not sure. She got her opportunities due to her massive Democrat family ties and her good fortune of being extremely photogenic (aka hot). Her real name Mary Martha Corinne Morrison Claiborne Boggs (later Roberts), from Louisiana says it all. I’m pretty sure these people DID own slaves LOL! Her eyes were extremely dreamy owing depressingly to the powerful men in her family marrying impossibly pretty women, no doubt. As I grew older I began to see her as nothing more than the usual partisan hack, though with no brain of her own. She would affect a husky Dan Ratherish vocal delivery trying to sound officious and important like that schmuck but I wasn’t buying it. And she never to my knowledge ever strayed off the Demoncrap made up crap narrative. Very beautiful TV person though.

  48. dezzez says:

  49. rightymouse says:

    Too funny! 😆

  50. Octopus says:

    My older daughter is a gifted singer, and her younger sister’s no slouch, either. If I had been on the ball, or a musician myself, I would have had them singing harmonies like the Judds and making bank. Their teachers and other observers used to be wowed by their harmonies. Oh, well. The music industry’s a vicious pit of vipers and pimps, and they’re better off out of that whole milyo.

    My younger gal is a clinical psychologist now, doing great work with anorexic teens and suicidal people of various ages. She’s smart and empathic, but I do worry about her ability to deal with the hopeless nature of too many of these cases. She’s learning to compartmentalize, which is no easy task when you’re in your mid-20’s. She also has been dealing with anxiety since she was young, like several other females in our family, including my mother and a couple of her cousins.

    My older gal, having done the NYC thing for three years and deciding it wasn’t worth wasting your whole life on, brought her Northern Ireland fiance home and built a life here in Detroit. She’s managing an orthodontist’s office, doing all the PR for the growing firm, and remodeling a house with her man and her German Shepherd pup, who’s growing into quite the young model himself.

    Last week, she was contacted by the guy she did her first and only album with, who has big ideas about doing another one and putting together a band for a new local tour and hopefully, some media attention. He’s been fairly successful as a DJ in Detroit, while holding down a good job with some museum. I’d love to hear her singing again, but I also love to see her building a “real life,” with all the steady, growing paychecks and whatnot.

    That’s all for now — besides having to help move my younger gal this week to a new apartment in a safer neighborhood. Moving is fun. One of the top-five stressors, they say. Fun!

  51. Octopus says:

    Look how quickly the Idiot Left and Fatass McChonkybutt moved on from the weekend follies of the NYT’s embarrassing self-own, to this non-story. It’s incredible! I know the attention-spans of people are short these days and growing shorter, but this is ridiculous. 😆

    Every day, a new Fake Scandal, debunked by dinner-time. Never mind that, on with the next!

    And they can’t understand why they’re not up by fifty points in the polls. 😆

    Everyone I talk to over the age of 30 who isn’t completely mentally-handicapped is in Trump’s corner these days. Much more so than in 2016, I would say, and this after several years of terrorizing, job-threatening behavior by the Idiot Left. I predict a landslide victory for Trump in 2020, barring some kind of obscene disclosure involving…what? There isn’t really anything that hasn’t been thrown at him. Cat necrophilia? Cannibalism?