“The country bumpkins aren’t always the bad guys.” – Charles Johnson, political analyst, referring to someone

181 Comments on ““The country bumpkins aren’t always the bad guys.” – Charles Johnson, political analyst, referring to someone”

  1. OLT's I'm Not Dead Yet says:

    Sheer misogyny on display.

    /oh, and it’s two WEALTHY old WHITE guys yelling at each other
    /Party of Diversity

  2. rightymouse says:

    Hubby & I watched most of the Donkey debate last night. It was painful. It’s difficult to imagine either of these men in charge of anything.

  3. rightymouse says:

    Sanders called the current virus “Ebola” and Biden called it “SARS”. 😯

  4. Octopus says:

    I don’t know how you could watch that mess, to be honest. I understand Biden has been getting rigorous coaching to try and keep him on message, and avoiding the tragic pitfalls of senility on a tangent. Of course, the media is handing Uncle Touchy another Huge Win Locking Up The Nomination. Whatevs.

  5. Octopus says:

    Thereby confirming that your streak of being wrong about everything since 2009 is intact and going strong. You massive imbecile. 😂

    • rightymouse says:

      His move back to the Donkey insanity when Obama was elected was his dumbest decision ever. Can only imagine the dollar signs prancing around in his head at the time. Massive imbecile is correct! 😆

      • Octopus says:

        When you think of all the people whose careers and fortunes were made in the blogosphere during that time, and the flying head-start he was given with LGF lucking into the position they were in, and the way he completely blew the whole thing apart with his stupidity…well, it’s marvelous. 😆

      • Koko says:

        And the begging bowl and GoFundMe gather yet another layer of has-been dust. Imagine the few poor losers he has left on his blog deciding whether to by TP and eggs or send Chonky another donation so he can continue his important work of bitching about Trump on the Twatter. While also bragging about snarfing expensive Chilean wines and olives while bingeing on NetFlix.

        • Octopus says:

          He’s lumbered upon a real formula for generating unfathomable wealth and popularity, hasn’t he? 😂

  6. Octopus says:

    This guy is something else. I’m on his side, regardless. 🙂

    • Octopus says:

      He crapped out in his first performance onstage. Farewell, Garbage Man. We hardly knew ye. 😢

  7. Octopus says:

    Well, Michigan closed all the gyms and fitness facilities today, along with all the sit-down restaurants, bars, and a bunch of other places. It’s lockdown time. Good thing I have the basement gym, or I would be getting really noivous about now.

    • Koko says:

      Same here in KY. Restaurants and bars closed. I don’t care about gyms anymore either. I have weights and a bench press cage and a bike I just had serviced. I just got back from a visit with the daughters in Bowling Green. We went to the Kroger’s near WKU campus and picked up some Salmon and charcuterie items for a nice eat in meal at my daughter’s apartment on Friday. They were out of eggs but no panic. People were stocking up. WKU had already added a week to spring break and to go to online classes after. While in BG my other daughter who goes to Centre college was freaking out because their spring break starts next week. Then late Friday Centre put a classes cancelled for this week, spring break doubled to two weeks and then to online classes after. Both are seniors but the one who goes to Centre was lamenting missing the Senior goodbyes and what not. She’s spoiled 🙂 My other one, the Catholic soldier is intent on attending mass every day that they have it. LOL!

      We ate out twice the rest of the weekend before the closure announcement. The restaurants and their waitress and bar people are going to take this hard. They’re losing business and pay. Hopefully it’s over soon.

      • rightymouse says:

        Ohio restaurants and bars can only do take out. Am so not happy because my favorite restaurant may go out of business. 😦

        • Octopus says:

          It sucks for them, that’s for sure. I heard a guy on the radio today talking about how he gets two months worth of income out of St. Paddy’s day alone, and has $30,000 invested in tomorrow. Aye caramba! That’s a killer.

  8. Octopus says:

    Crazy charges, with no evidence, when it’s the Idiot Left in full-on panic mode, blaming Trump for the whole thing. SSDD. 😆

    • Koko says:

      Means little from an idiot who cries racist when someone refers to someone or something from China as Chinese.

    • Bunk X says:

      Never any substance. Never an original thought. Nothing but strawmen.
      Amazing that he got as far as he did pre-B.O.

      • Octopus says:

        It was pure luck, the success of LGF. The only thing he did right was post the latest Islamist shitshow regularly, and keep his stupid mouth mostly shut. As soon as his ego was pumped up enough to where he felt his input was desired, it started sliding downhill.

  9. Koko says:

    Now that it’s clear he has no likely path to victory Sanders is now staying in for personal gain. Because even if Biden claims to be taking some of his far left positions only a fool would think the crooked Biden would have any honor in following through if he actually won. But Sanders has nothing to lose by staying in and getting his face on TV and in the news. And riling up his fan base to buy his next book and line up speaking tours to his commie adoring masses. He’ll pocket a few more cool millions to fund retirement and he can keep beating the commie/socialist drum while living on Easy Street. And his wife can stay home instead of skimming donated campaign funds as his high compensated campaign PR manager.

    • Octopus says:

      Bernie’s gonna get himself yet another dacha on prime real estate, maybe a couple. He’s a classic ruling-class commie. 😂

  10. Koko says:

    It’s really adorable the way the loonie commie left are indignant and outraged at Joe Biden’s idiotic lies and last minute conversions for political expedience. Never mind their own entire narrative is one huge lie. Namely that communism and socialism (or whatever foot in the door commie lite version) are going to somehow magically produce prosperity and justice and human rights and equality for all in America. When everywhere else in the world it’s only produced destitution, injustice, inhumanity and a complete disregard for fairness and equality among the people that it’s supposed to benefit.

  11. Koko says:

    OMG!! Chonk’s at Trader Joe’s presumably near Culver City RIGHT NOW! Someone local needs to go down there and snap a picture ASAP!!

    He’ll look something like this:

    • Octopus says:


    • ISTE says:

      I do not get the stockpiling bread thing either. It does not keep long.

      And what is this obsession with pasta?

      Most hilarious thing I have seen at a store so far is a woman with a cart overflowing with bananas.

      • Octopus says:

        Bread you can freeze. Pasta you can store in the pantry for years if necessary. Hoarding secrets! 😆

        Bananas, though. You can peel them and freeze them, which I have done when I was into putting one into a smoothie every day — saves having to add ice cubes, for a summer smoothie. Don’t freeze them with the skins on, because those skins become very hard to remove, and they’ve turned black, which is off-putting. RACIST!!1!!1!

  12. rightymouse says:

    Mayor DeBlasio is threatening the rationing of goods and food in NYC.

  13. Koko says:


    White CNN pretend journalist Demoncrap hacks attack the black US Surgeon General for his asking for objective non-partisan health oriented reporting. Their condescending lecturing of a successful black man shows they can’t handle blacks in power.

    Score on the racism meter:

  14. Octopus says:

    My wife got mad at me for posting this clip on a family text thread. I thought it was funny, in the context. Too soon, I guess.

    • Koko says:

      I’m not sure the “too soon” applies here. Once people are dropping like flies everywhere and our entire lives are turned upside – now is probably about the right time for some dark humor.

  15. Octopus says:

    Thaw first, if you can work that out. Google, “How to thaw a fish.” 😄

  16. Octopus says:


  17. Bunk X says:

    What is a “fucking asshole corporation”?

  18. Koko says:

    Hey Gus. Grow the fuck up.


    Corporate Giving Statistics
    Corporate giving in 2017 increased to $20.77 billion—an 8.0% increase from 2016.
    Corporate giving was bolstered by $405 million in contributions related to disaster relief.
    79% of companies reported increased donor participation rates and 73% raised more money.
    $5 billion = approximately how much money is raised through workplace giving annually.
    More than 49% of nonprofit respondents identified workplace giving as a growth strategy for their organization.
    90% indicated that partnering with reputable nonprofit organizations enhances their brand and 89% believe partnering leverages their ability to improve the community.
    80% of nonprofits in Snapshot 2014 said they have difficulty building strong corporate partnerships and workplace giving strategies with limited staff and resources.
    73% of companies prefer to have deeper partnerships with a smaller number.
    9 out of 10 companies offered a matching gift program.
    An estimated $2-3 billion is donated through matching gift programs annually.
    Corporate matches of employee donations were 12% of total corporate cash contributions.
    An estimated $6-$10 billion in matching gift funds goes unclaimed per year.
    Nearly 60% of companies offer paid time off for employees to volunteer, and an additional 21% plan to offer release time in the next two years.
    An average of 30% of employees volunteer.
    People who volunteer report that they feel better emotionally, mentally and physically.
    50% of employees volunteering is the minimum to be in the top quartile.
    In an analysis of over 30,000 individual volunteer activities, skills-based volunteerism outperformed traditional volunteerism by 7-125% in all but one tracked benefit categories.
    92% of surveyed corporate human resources executives agree that contributing business skills and expertise to a nonprofit can be an effective way to improve employees’ leadership and broader professional skill sets.
    86% believe that employees expect them to provide opportunities to engage in the community and 87% believe their employees expect them to support causes and issues that matter to those employees.
    82% of the survey respondents say employees want the opportunity to volunteer with peers in a corporate-supported event.
    88% believe effective employee engagement programs help attract and retain employees.
    77% of the respondents believe that offering employee engagement opportunities is an important recruitment strategy to attract millennials.
    7 out of 10 companies gave to recipients abroad.
    The median employee participation rate for matching gift programs is 9%.
    Mentioning matching gifts in fundraising appeals results in a 71% increase in the response rate and a 51% increase in the average donation amount (and that’s prior to receiving matching gift funds).
    84% of survey participants revealed they’re more likely to donate if a match was offered.
    12.3% of total corporate cash contributions went through corporate matching gift programs.
    Technology companies gave the highest proportion of matching-gift contributions as a percentage of total cash gifts at 17.3%.
    29% of corporate giving went to education-related causes — a combined percentage from K-12 and higher education.
    25% of corporate giving went to health and social services programs.
    15% of corporate giving went to the community and economic development programs.
    Walmart leads the pack with $311.6 million in cash donations
    85% of companies in the US have a formal domestic corporate giving program in place vs. only 45% with a formal international program.
    78% of Americans wanting companies to address social justice issues.
    88% of Millennials find their job more fulfilling when they have opportunities to make a positive impact on society and the environment.
    Purpose-driven consumer companies achieved a compounded annual growth rate of 9.85% over five years, compared to just 2.4% for the whole S&P 500 Consumer Sector.
    Employees who engaged in corporate giving programs tended to have 75% longer tenures with the company.

  19. Koko says:

    In Cnina a month ago, this was the line in Wuhan to an ER.

  20. Koko says:

    Think of your elderly parents and relatives and take their sage advice. GO HOME!

    • Octopus says:

      I’m happy to stay home. I have everything I need here — I could hold out for months.

      The wife, though — she goes a little stir-crazy, if she doesn’t get out a little bit. Cabin fever. Starts finding projects for me. 😱

      • rightymouse says:

        I don’t mind going out. Today I have to make a run to bossman’s house & pick up mail, then run over to the polling place to see if our on-again/off-again primary is on.

        • rightymouse says:

          Apparently, it’s off due to a late night ruling from the Ohio Supreme Court. I’ll swing by anyway, just in case.

    • rightymouse says:

      Rags instead of toilet paper? YUCK! 😯

      • Octopus says:

        I know. Gross. I once worked with a guy at the GM factory that had lived on a back-to-nature commune in California before dragging his wife and kids out of that shithole. They used a rag and bucket system, where you were supposed to rinse out the rag and change the water after your potty break. People shirked their duty in all kinds of ways at the commune, including this one. 😱

        • rightymouse says:

          I suppose it would be racist of me to talk about folks from India we knew in Thailand and their potty habits. 😯

          • Octopus says:

            Indians have a lot of growing up to do in the personal hygiene and potty habits area. We have a very large Indian population here, and the schools have to hold this type of meeting every year to get the noobs on board. Now, it’s the earlier immigrants teaching the latest group, which is not as awkward.

            An Indian woman interviewed on local TV news recently talked about how they had to try and control the poop-smell around the Taj Mahal for important visitors, like Trump. She was genuinely angry at the people there who refuse to use public or private restrooms, and “insist on befouling our beautiful country with their filth.” Ouch!

  21. Octopus says:

    Don’t go stir-crazy — amuse yourself in fun and educational ways. 😃

  22. Octopus says:


  23. rightymouse says:

    How to fight quarantine depression.


    At my age, I think a good book & a lovely Manhattan will do the trick. 😆

  24. rightymouse says:

    Umm…working people wouldn’t be working if not for evil business/corporations.

    • Octopus says:

      Gus is being mighty strident about corporations for somebody who makes himself virtually unemployable by beating his brain with liquor and drugs every night. 😂

  25. Octopus says:

    I did an hour of work this morning, watched “Better Call Saul,” lifted weights for an hour, and went to the drugstore. Now, I’m going to take a nap in this recliner with Henry. Boy, these are tough times! 😄😷

    • rightymouse says:

      Is it too early for bourbon?

      • Octopus says:

        I say, when it’s time for a drink, you know it. Unless you’re an alkie, in which case you think it’s always time for a drink, and that way leads to a bad place.

        Today being St. Paddy’s Day, it would have been fine if you drank all day. 😄🥃🍾

  26. Octopus says:

    Hollywood actresses…is there anything they aren’t experts on?
    And dig that casual racism! 😄

  27. rightymouse says:

    Went by the place where we normally vote where I live and it was deserted. Went to the grocery store after getting bossman’s mail and they were out of toilet paper & rationing paper towels. Good grief!

  28. Octopus says:

    Not hardly, dumbass. Summer is going to rock like never before! 🙂

  29. Octopus says:

    You’re boring the shit out of me, Chonky. Get a new outrageous outrage going! Make it the Final Death Knell of the administration, like the Russian imbroglio, and the North Korean world-ending war, and the Iranian Armageddon, and the pee-strippers sex party…you know the drill! 😆

    • rightymouse says:

      Fatso is still grieving for the loss of his favorite Fake Indian con-woman as a Donkey candidate. Have a heart!

      • OLT's Wuhan Flu Gonna Get You Too says:

        All the Donks (even fake Donks like Stalker Charles) know that they are going to end up with shit for a candidate and a shellacking in the election.

        Which is why every last one of the evil, traitorous batsards is very happy that they have forced Trump to willingly gut the US economy, just kind of a happy coincidence that their ally China did it.

    • dezzez says:

      A fat Con-man like Chuck calling someone a con-man is kinda funny, Chuck just sux at that like he does everything else, so he lashes out like a man with an empty begging bowl.

  30. dezzez says:

    No screen shot, no screaming for his hoard of halfwits to block and report, how odd for fatso to suddenly cry out, still if it did happen, We would know you were not convicted Chuck, guilty, well…

  31. OLT's Yure Stoopid says:

    Sorry to be late … wtf is a “SMOCKING GUN”???

  32. Bunk X says:

    Happy St. Patrick’s Day.

  33. Octopus says:

    Dana Bash said something vaguely non-damning about Trump on CNN today, and the shitlibs got screechy about it. 😂

  34. Octopus says:

    My buddy Destin to the rescue! I need my boxing. It is incredibly therapeutic, and class burns at least 600 calories, if you go all-out like I do.

    • Octopus says:

      That was a FB link to a livestreaming boxing class at 5:30pm tomorrow. Guess FB doesn’t want its livestreaming events publicized on naughty blogs. 😆

    • ISTE says:

      Go work at Amazon. You can box all day and they pay you $15 an hour.

      • Octopus says:

        How dare you! 😄

        Actually, a niece of mine has just landed an Amazon job, driving a delivery truck. I’m curious to see how that works out for her.

  35. Octopus says:

    You really suck at coding! 😆

    …but you set new records everyday, for sucking at life. 😆

    • dezzez says:

      Worlds greatest coder cant code, go ahead and call an inanimate object stupid Chuck, you know you want to after being made to look like a fool.

  36. Abu penis penis penis says:

    Hard to believe but today our manager told us all non-essential employees will be working from home. I rate essential, which stuns the family, so I will be working in an eleven story building with under 100 people, I recon. I told the boss she’d have to take my entry pass card cause Mrs. Abu’s office is closed. 😖

    I wonder if the gommint is considering domestic violence numbers if we have to be locked up at home?

    • Bunk X says:

      We just got the word, too. We have a total of 12 in the entire office. 5 have private offices. Idiocy.

      • Octopus says:

        Prager had a good article about how the remedy might be worse than the disease, and I think he’s onto something. Families that are forced together might actually start talking to each other, and then, hoo-boy. 😱

  37. ISTE says:

    A cat video with no cats. Well not strictly true. If you look closely you may see a cat.

    Just over four weeks old and at least one of them can shit without gentle tummy rubs and lots of belly licks. And they did it away from sleeping area. I am so proud!

  38. windbag says:

    We country bumpkins are usually not the bad guys. Chunky is the type of asshole that shows up around here and gets told, “Why don’t you go back from wherever you came from if you like it so much” after telling locals how they’re doing everything wrong and how they do it out in Asshatville.

    Country folks can survive without the cities, but city folks can’t survive without the country. They either forget that or never knew it.

    • rightymouse says:

      We live in the country on 6 acres. Social distancing is not an issue for us & I feel bad for the city folks. 😦

  39. Koko says:

    The free and brave fight on….. Nothing new under the sun.

  40. Koko says:


    Have you ever been down to New Orleans? This is probably not a bad idea. I was down there a few years ago, the place is fricking wild. They have trollies. Or they call them street cars. Fabulous for altercations with loud drunken black chicks built like line backers! We met a young fat white guy on the trolley who said his first night there he was straight up stuck up walking out of a bar at around midnight on Bourbon St. Which BTW smells like piss, human and horse. New Orleans is a wonderful town to be shot, robbed, rolled and otherwise piss drunk, down and out. LOL! A break from gunz and booze is probably not the worst idea.

    • Octopus says:

      That’s one place I’ve never been, and have no great desire to visit. It looks like a shitshow, in nearly every way. I’ve watched enough “Cops – Mardi Gras Melee,” to get the idea. 😄

      • Bunk X says:

        New Orleans is worth the visit, as long as you go in the off-season. If you want a taste of Mardi Gras, go a week or two prior before the big crowds hit. Take a road trip around the area and you’ll find some great stuff, too.

  41. Octopus says:

    Never enough hysteria and Trump-blaming for the Idiot Left, and Fatass is compelled to retweet the glurge like it’s a real job or something. 😂😱😂

  42. Octopus says:

    Women always want to fork the bad boys…

  43. Octopus says:

    Whatever blows your skirt up…

  44. Octopus says:

    Don’t touch your face!

  45. Octopus says:


  46. Octopus says:

    One last masterpiece:

  47. Koko says:


    How fast are they trying to get the normal middle class people to get the eff out of Philly? This fast.

    Police officials said in a statement:

    It should be noted that if a police officer believes that releasing an individual would pose a threat to public safety, the officer will notify a supervisor, who will review the totality of the circumstances, and in the interest of public safety, utilize discretion in determining the appropriate course of action.

    Non-violent criminals will be re-arrested later in the year.

    Police officials confirmed the authenticity of an internal memo that states that those arrested for crimes like burglary, auto theft, vandalism, prostitution, and theft will not be held in jail. Instead, they will be released back into the general public after their arrest.

  48. Octopus says:

    Insanity reigns in Philly. 😱😄

  49. Octopus says:

    Seen on Facebook today: “I’ve washed my hands so many times I can see the answers to a test I took in 1978.”

    Cheaters never prosper. That is also a lie. They often do pretty well for themselves. 😃

  50. Koko says:


    Clearly stolen by Clinton/Soros/Obungle operatives. If they didn’t know it before, law abiding citizens need not venture out to vote in Chicongo. It has about as much effect as a 6th grade pretend election.


  51. Koko says:

    Well it’s track season. Might as well get in the spirit! Lithuanian girls try to best one another in a battle of speed, skill and determination. But to me it’s just cute white chicks prancing around in tiny ill-fitting shorts.

  52. Koko says:


    Um, OK. You would think he might have spoken up sooner with insights from his own experience handling the H1N1 virus. But apparently he gets his pandemic info from the NY Slimes.

    • Octopus says:

      Shaddap, Unicorn Messiah! 😂

      But seriously…go the fuck away. You’ve done enough. All bad.

  53. dezzez says:

    You have also been told you are a thief, a liar, a lousy musician, morbidly obese, a fuckface, a back stabbing creep, a coward, a cheap opportunist, a filthy begger, and a mindless moron.
    All of which are also true.

  54. Octopus says:

    Awwww….somebody needs a hug. 😢

  55. Koko says:

    Chonky’s acting like a failed blogger. Oh wait…..

  56. Koko says:

    Here’s something weird but good. I bought my Dad a Toshiba flat screen 36″ TV when he and my mom moved into a nursing home. Mom was sick with stage 4 lung cancer and only lasted 2 weeks there. Dad hung on for around 3 more years. When I setup the TV and a DVD player for him I noticed the picture wasn’t super clear like I expected from a Toshiba product. It was OK but seemed a little hazy even though I set it to the Sports setting which is the brightest and clearest. But it was fine for Dad and he had no complaints. He ended up watching nothing but old black and white Westerns anyway. LOL!

    When he passed I took the TV home and stuck it in the basement so I could watch TV while working out. I got a secondary low tech cable connection with no DVR. It was a sucky experience because without DVR you can’t pause your show and fast forward past ads or record it. I didn’t use it that much plus back then I was doing P90X so I was mostly using the DVD player so I could workout with Tony, It has sat here unused for awhile as I cancelled the extra connection in disgust. It dawned on me just today that I should be able to access my Spectrum cable via the web these days and then input the PC to this Toshiba. Which I did. What I noticed immediately is the picture, functioning as a computer monitor is crystal clear. It’s really fantastic! I have all the stations in in my package plus access to any shows we’ve recorded and the OnDemand movies/TV. And everything looks as good as the main TV upstairs (a 240 refresh rate Samsung – a few years old but still crystal clear). Have no idea why it never looked good. I wonder if it was because I had only seen it with basic cable in the nursing home and then here with the secondary hookup.

    Anyway I am very pleased and contented with this resurrection of what I thought was just a crappy TV.

  57. Bunk X says:

    9 days before 911 Charles was mouthing off about GWB and said this:

    00001121 01041 3 charles Sun, Sep 2, 2001 2:38:26pm

    Of course China would continue to build their nuclear arsenal no matter what the US says; and knowing that, the issue for me is the complete insanity of telling them, “go ahead, build your missiles.” It’s stupidly, needlessly provocative, like a schoolyard bully crazed on testosterone.
    As for the missile defense shield, I think it’s a hopeless pipe dream that will never work—another excuse to pump billions of tax dollars into the coffers of corporate America.
    Even IF (and that’s a very big IF) it could somehow be pulled off technically, the only thing a missile defense system would achieve would be to force nations like China to concentrate on more insidious weapons of mass destruction, like biological and chemical agents.

    • Koko says:

      Jeez Chonky. Why don’t you just come out and say you don’t trust those little squint eyed chinks farther than you can throw them? Insidious??? What a racist POS. You need to take a class on white prejudice and maybe see a psychologist to deal with your anger and hatred toward asians.

      You probably watch this terrible racist show and laugh.

      • rightymouse says:

        That’s funny! 😆
        Many Asian languages don’t use “R” like we do. Thai has an “R” in the alphabet, but it’s typically sounded out as “L”. My Thai nickname is a construct of my first name which has an “R” in it.

  58. Koko says:


    It’s Symone Sanders his campaign advisor, not Bernie. Hey lady, political correctness and campus snowflakes didn’t get Shrillary elected and it’s not going to get Slow Joe elected either. If you had any sense you would drop that because the average working American is completely fed up with knee-jerk and insincere political correctness. But please continue pissing off the middle-class working people you want who’s last concern with Kung Flu running rampant is whether we offend the fricking Chicoms.

  59. Koko says:


    Oh you mean the Chinese virus pandemic caused by the Chinese communists? Whom you admire for ending starvation only after they first caused it, killing millions rather than admit communism and brutal oppressive totalitarianism are not conducive to prosperity? But free market capitalism, self-determination and human rights are.

  60. Koko says:

    Only a lowlife pretends like Trump’s early attempts to avoid a panic are somehow negligent or deceptive as the novel virus spread. Typical unprofessional BS from NBC news which employs partisan liars and hacks pretending to be journalists.

    • Octopus says:


      What’s really horrifying is what you’ve done with your life, your blog, and your monstrous leviathan of a body. FAR more hazardous than this hysteriococcus going around. 😂

  61. Octopus says:

    Well, we cancelled our Florida vacation, scheduled for April 3. No Sand Pearl. 😢

    I know we’ll end up doing something just as good or better when this bug goes back home to Wuhan Wet Market to re-tool, but I was really looking forward to the basking by the pool, walking on the beach, watching the dolphins swim by, etc.

    • Octopus says:


      Not the most expensive or exclusive dump we’ve ever been to, but it doesn’t suck, that’s for sure. 😄

      • Koko says:

        It look like a lovely shitty hell-hole of American undeserved prosperity and general decadence. Hopefully you and the missus can indulge your privileged planet killing penchants at a later date when Bernie Sanders is calling the shots. Just don’t go behind the casino with that stupid looking guy.

      • rightymouse says:

        Very nice hotel!! 🙂
        Sorry you had to postpone your vacation.
        The coronavirus hysteria will subside. Soon.

  62. Koko says:


    Steve Col-Burt takes his Orange Man Bad schtick to the patio of his NBC bought and paid for mansion. Somehow the snark doesn’t work as well without the slavish compliant studio sycophants cheering every lame non-joke. And he’s just another pasty white unfunny sixty something overpaid mediocre corporate ass crack licker who made more money doing nothing last week than his triggered nose ringed snowflake viewers earn in a lifetime busting ass delivering pizzas and schlepping lattes. 🤣

    • Octopus says:

      He’s so unfunny, it hurts. The applause he gets in the studio is all “agreement”-claps, not laughing.

      • rightymouse says:

        He was SO sure that there was NO way Trump could possibly win the election in 2016. And he still has a job for being wrong.

        • Octopus says:

          Trump saved his job, for sure. His ratings before November ‘16 were horrible and sinking fast. Adopting the all-Trump-bashing model got him that little niche-group of deadenders who also retweet his sorry glurge everyday, giving some people the illusion he’s relevant.

  63. rightymouse says:

    What else is new? 😆

  64. rightymouse says:

    Hubby & I are going to try & help out the workers at our local favorite restaurant. We’re going to order take-out and leave envelopes with some cash for the wait staff we adore, who are out of work. Please do the same for your local restaurants, pubs, etc. 🙂

    • rightymouse says:

      We went to the restaurant and picked up food/dropped off moolah for the wait staff who aren’t being paid. Hubby and I are plotting a tail – gate party in their parking lot.

      • Octopus says:

        Awesome! That’s how you show appreciation. 😃

        We gave the curbside delivery gal at Outback a big tip the other day, even though she only had to walk about ten feet to our car. She was very appreciative, and thanked us twice — she knew the tip before we got there, because I paid online.

  65. rightymouse says:

    Have you filed your tax returns on time or owe money to the IRS? If you owe & haven’t paid, my bet is no money for you.

    • Octopus says:

      Is Gus even on the grid these days? He’s not filing any taxes, or leaving the garage to vote. 😄

  66. rightymouse says:

    You’re pathetic. The government (i.e. taxpayers) aren’t obliged to give you anything, especially when you are capable of taking care of yourself. Get a job & get a life. Loser.

    • rightymouse says:

      Gussy wasn’t raised properly. NONE of my kids has a loser/the government owes me mentality. NONE! Don’t want him posting over here.

      • dezzez says:

        Projection meter is smoking with the needle pegged.

        • Octopus says:

          What is he lying about, you bloated carcass? He’s speaking simple facts — the treatment works very well, in a majority of cases. We know you want the highest-possible number of people to die, and businesses to fail, but the rest of us are looking for solutions. And finding them.

  67. Octopus says:

    Just went for a quick dumpster-dive at Huffpoo and Daily Beast — boy, are they killing Trump with their hysterical headlines! No wonder libturds are tweeting all this glurge. 😂

    Like Chonky, they’re rooting for the Worst Possible Outcome, and blaming Trump for all of it. Sheer insanity.


    She’s all worried about being targeted by scary racists because the virus that came from China is being called, “the virus that came from China.” Good grief! 😂

    • rightymouse says:

      She’s all worried about racism, but she’s the one all worked up being half-Chinese.

      • Octopus says:

        It’s so contrived and stupid, like all of the Idiot Left attacks on our country and great President. Get help, woman. 🤪

  68. Octopus says:


    This one made me do a spit-take! 😃

    Stand by for unprecedented blowback from hateful Twitter morons, Bro-Fo. 😂