Charles Johnson’s GoFundMeasle

Up in smoke is where their money goes.

Yeah, that’s a graph of actual and cumulative donations from data burgled from Charles Johnson’s own begging bowl, spanning June 2015 through March 2020. Except for an initial windfall of $2,583 in June, there hasn’t been a lot of activity. After 4 years and 7 months, the big boy has garnered just over 53% of his goal of $20K. BTW, I didn’t add the “smoke.” Excel did.

Here are the monthly totals (sans the June 2015 outlier). The unusual bumps in donations are a mystery, but the months with no donations whatever are no surprise.

Some folks here (including me) suspected that Charles has been priming his pump by taking his winnings and plowing them back into the fund for appearances. Breaking out the “anonymous” donors from the rest doesn’t prove the theory, and there’s not a lot of correlation.

Many or most of the anonymous donors could be legit, but they can’t be vetted – only Charles can do that because GoFundMe ID’s contributors and allows the host access. (The host can also edit the donors’ love notes as we’ve noted previously.)

GoFundMe also does something else: they charge fees. The going rate is 2.9% plus $0.30 per donation. As of 31 March 2020, Chuck’s begging bowl contained $10,615.00, so
[($10,615 x .029) + (237 donations x $0.30 per)] = $378.94 that he won’t get.

Oh yeah, almost forgot:

Happy 67th Girthday, Charles!

222 Comments on “Charles Johnson’s GoFundMeasle”

  1. windbag says:

    That’s roughly 100 bag of Cheetos lost right there.

  2. Octopus says:

    What would be the motivation for a libturd-loser to donate anonymously? I don’t see any. At the same time, it seems stooped to self-donate and have to pay GoFundMe for the privilege, but then, Chonky IS very stooped, and completely retarded when it comes to business sense. He obviously has a different source of income than the dead-ass blog or his begging bowls, likely in the form of an inheritance. If that income is significant, it might not sting him too badly to self-donate occasionally, as the done-and-dusted GoFundMe account on a third month in a row with no donations is a very bad look that hurts his delusional swollen ego.

    • Bunk X says:

      All those royalties from Dukey Stick…

      • Octopus says:

        Ah, forgot about those. Every time that song gets played, a VW gets its wings. Fly away, L’il Hippie Van!

    • windbag says:

      Exactly. The suck-ups left over there would want to be sure their sensei noticed.

    • dezzez says:

      Chuck’s meager social security check is funding his Twitter addiction as well as rent and netfix, I doubt his family likes him enough to leave him much.

      • rightymouse says:

        His mother left her house to his brother from what I understand.

        • Octopus says:

          Really? I didn’t know that. Seems his butthurt in such a case would be irremediable. Unassuageable. Not enough Rumpswab™ in the world.

  3. rightymouse says:

    Gee, I wonder if stupid tweets like this hurt his get rich scheme??

    • Octopus says:

      They don’t help. 😕

    • dezzez says:

      A few loons giving him uptinkies makes it all worth it, well its as close to true love as he will ever get.

    • poteen2 says:

      It keeps his dozen little poliwogs coming back. All they respond to is Trump or Christianity bashing. Even the music threads devolve immediately into mindless hatred.
      Thanos posts up more silly content in the Pages in an hour than Charlie does in a week,,,, and nobody there cares.
      If you check the pages, the views to comment ratio is zero. Except if they can bag on Trump or some goofy preacher somewhere. Then he might get 1 or 2. That’s one of his more suspect metrics. 1000 views sometimes and no comments.
      They’re only there to vent their ignorance and get stroked and validated for it. Over and over.
      Charlie’s income? He never worked enough to vest in Social Security so I’m guessing a reverse mortgage on mommy’s condo and those $3.00/mo residuals from his storied recording career.

      • Bunk X says:

        He’s still got the view count rogered. Click on the LGF home page and every post visible gets a view whether anyone clicks to read it or not.

        How’s work, Po’?

        • poteen2 says:

          Slow but steady. Took a job as a PM for a government contractor. Right now they’re all working apart, home and on base, to keep separation. Works better than normal.
          How about you?

          • Bunk X says:

            Working from home, WebEx 9am daily.

            Got word a couple weeks ago that the project I’m working on got put on hold by the owner, and all the consultants were told to stop work (I’m consultant status as well). Somehow I convinced the guys I’m working for that it would be in everyone’s best interest if I kept going.

  4. rightymouse says:

    Overcast, cold & rainy today. Ugh. 😦

    • Octopus says:

      Same here. Really high winds, too. We’d better not lose power. 😱😤

      • rightymouse says:

        Agreed! BTW, I hear your Governor is under fire and there’s a petition for her recall that’s gathering a ton of signatures.

        • Octopus says:

          Well…some people are put off by her stringent measures.

          Me, I think she’s afraid of being accused of not doing enough, with Michigan’s numbers being so bad. I think it’s too early to protest tough measures, with so many people sick. My wife’s cousin Gus is still in very critical condition— I have a feeling he’s not going to make it.

          • rightymouse says:

            Am so sorry to hear this. Please keep us posted.

          • Octopus says:

            Last I heard was about three hours ago — his wife sent a text out to the family to “Pray very hard” for him. It’s bad.

          • rightymouse says:

            Ugh. 😦

          • Octopus says:

            Okay, just got a more encouraging report from his daughter, who is the same age as my older girl. He’s doing better right now, with adjustments to his blood pressure medicine and being fully-sedated, so he’s not fighting the ventilator. His blood-oxygen is at 83% of normal, better than it was but still far from perfect. They’re mostly worried about his heart giving out, at this point. The longer he has to stay intubated, the worse for his prospects, so they’re aiming to get him off it in the next day or so.

          • rightymouse says:

            Glad to hear it!

  5. Bunk X says:

    Meanwhile in GusWorld™…

    • Bunk X says:

      • Bunk X says:

        So what happened to Gus about 10 years ago?

        155 Gus 802 Sat, Oct 1, 2011 2:08:06pm
        I give up.

        186 Gus 802 Sat, Oct 1, 2011 2:21:46pm
        Packing my things. Time to move on.
        Thanks for all the fish.

        189 Gus 802 Sat, Oct 1, 2011 2:22:51pm
        Good luck in all your endeavors. It’s been a fun ride for the past 3 years. But I finally decided it’s time to stop posting here. So long folks. Have a nice life.

        190 Gus 802 Sat, Oct 1, 2011 2:23:03pm
        re: #187 Cannadian Club Akbar


        I’m out.

        • Octopus says:

          He had a bad day. Thank God for booze and weed! Fixed him right up. “Fixed,” I mean. 😄

          You know, I love a nice cold beer, or a well-mixed drink. This has been a long Lenten season. Lots has happened. Next year, I’m giving up sweets, which my dear old Dad used to do. Btw, I still have another week of Lent, thanks to the cipherin’ skills of the old Eastern monks.

          • Bunk X says:

            I quit drinking a few months ago and it surprised me how much it had been affecting me. I got my mornings back, too.

          • Octopus says:

            It’s nice to feel good in the morning, right? I mean, you still have the stiffness and odd aches from being in your 60’s, but that’s not so bad. Better than being dead 💀.

            I cut way back on the drink some years ago. I usually only drink on Saturdays or special occasions these days. I like the taste and I like the feeling, though. Next Sunday night might be Party Time. 🥳🤪🍺🍹

          • rightymouse says:

            What were your mornings like? Not sure what you mean.

          • Octopus says:

            I’m talking about hangovers. Pretty sure that’s what Bunk is talking about, too.

          • Bunk X says:

            Nah, never got hangovers per se. Just some heavy duty lethargy.

          • rightymouse says:

            Hangovers? Oy! I don’t get them. Can’t imagine. 😦

          • rightymouse says:

            I’m up early every morning. Can’t sleep in after about 7 am.

        • Koko says:

          Sounds like when Opie ran away.

  6. Octopus says:

    You made a life-changing mistake, kid. I think you should join the military. Start working out! 🤣

    • Bunk X says:

      Wow. Little Miss Entitlement screwed herself and it’s sanity’s fault.

      • Octopus says:

        Trying to imagine someone in my family pulling a stunt like that with my Dad. 😱🤯🤕

    • Arachne says:

      BTW snowflake, please give me a credible rape allegation against the President. Batshit crazy lady from Bloomindales? Hell no! The nut job that filed that ridiculous lawsuit against him in 2016 that she dismissed without even serving on him two weeks before the election. Hell no squared!

  7. Octopus says:

    That’s so true, Keen Observer. Have you also noticed, when standing around the trashcan-fire with your homeless homies, that not only do they look the same in their dirty long overcoats and stocking caps, they also smell the same? That rich, sweet-and-sour aroma of pee? I am told by experts in the field that the distinctive signature scent of “Eau de Hobo” is not just from pissing themselves while passed out, but is also exuded directly through the skin as their damaged, overloaded livers can’t keep up with the ethanol-processing, and the last-ditch effort of the body to detoxify forces the poison out through the pores.

    I’d love to hear your observational views on this subject. Come on by and chat, anytime.

    • Bunk X says:

      I tried to get him to stop by years ago when DoD was still operating as an LGF halfway house, traded some DMs with him. He was scared to come over here, thought we’d doxx him and do other nasty stuff. He bought into the lies that Charles said about this place, and after the DMs were done, he reblocked me.

    • Koko says:

      Gus is the quintessential nerd. Beat up by the jocks in school. Defended by we hapless normals for whom he turns viciously on. He deserves to be bullied by the likes of Fatso and other Twitter left wing bullies. And crazily due to the nature of the internet (dogs and dinosaurs) some of us aren’t completely sure Gus isn’t actually Chonk. Probably giving too much credit to Fatso to pull it off.

  8. Octopus says:

    I thought I would get a laugh from reading Chonky’s Twitterwar before nitey-nite, but instead, it just disturbed me, like when I was in college and had to read the ravings of schizophrenic people. He’s really gone off his nut, this troubled loser. Somebody in authority should really look in on him.

    To restore my good mood, here’s a bunch of different looks at the Happiest Car Ever, the Austin Moke. It always cheers me up. YMMV. I know, some people have no interest in cars, much less the happiness of their faces or whatever the auto seems to be expressing. People have their likes and dislikes, and we don’t judge. I know a guy who just wants to be on his boat for the rest of his life, fishing — if he never had to go on land again, he’d be ecstatic. He hates land! He hates a mountain, and hates a tree. His wife used to like the water, until it stole her hubby away — now she hates a wave, and really hates a boat. Different strokes.

    • ISTE says:

      Mini Moke, ah them were the days. The 1960’s All the girls wore VERY short skirts and the men were not afraid to wear pink shirts.

      No HIV, no AIDS and all the hot chicks were on the pill.

      But the tragic part.

      The 1960’s were awesome! I was two when they started and twelve when the end came….

      Shit….. born too late.

      • Bunk X says:

        Then by the time we could chase skirts the women’s lib crap got underway. One time I got cussed out for opening the door for a hottie.

        • Bunk X says:

          On the other hand, the mini skirts were still around, and every guy in spanish class knew that Christie Fitch wore ropa interior verde fluorescente.

          • Octopus says:

            When I was in high school, the “Daisy Duke”-shorts fashion trend was in full schwing. I lived for summer. 😎

            The list of things that were better then is long and varied. Not everything, certainly, but a LOT of things. By the time I got to college, there was this new venereal disease out there that was incurable, called herpes. By the time I was finishing college, AIDS was the New Hotness. None of this had any effect on my behavior, whatsoever. Never got VD of any kind. I was immortal and immune. Now I hide in my house from a bad cold virus… 😷

          • Octopus says:

            One time, while riding my ten-speed bike in Hines Park (Party Central), I ran into some girls I had gone to grade school with, and hadn’t seen for a few years, as we went to different high schools. They were riding their bikes, too, and wearing the short-shirt jean-cutoffs all the girls were rocking. They had changed so much, I was nearly speechless. Especially when I realized the girl I had had a crush on since second-grade, and who still had her leg up on the seat of her bike, was showing me her…what’s the polite word, again? I’m sure it was unintentional, but that was a real danger with those Dukes.

            Funny how a memory like that can still be so vivid, 45 years later. 🤓

          • Octopus says:


            Damn you, Spelchek! 😤

          • Bunk X says:

            I thought you were talking denim cutoffs & shirts with the tails tied up just below the underboobs.

          • Octopus says:

            Yeah, those too. Oh, the 70’s!

          • Koko says:

            This was my era, growing up. Yeah I never touched a woman then when coming of age. It was tough. They were everywhere and looking at a loser and saying no. Dream on. The jerk store called and turns out you’re in stock. 🙂 Sorry. Our achronysms are getting out of whack.

  9. Koko says:

    This world’s getting so crazy I’m not sure we’re talking about Chonky, Chomsky or Tommy Chong. I hope the latter.

  10. Octopus says:

    I haven’t seen this epic miniseries since the ‘80’s, and I’m queuing it up next, once we finish the second season of “Mindhunter.” I remember being totally absorbed in “Shogun,” as was John Belushi, whose “Samurai” character was inspired by the show.

    “Mindhunter” is pretty great, too. Slow in parts, but tells a great true story about the beginnings of the FBI’s serial killer profiling program. I read the creator’s book years ago, John Douglas’s book of the same name, back when nearly every murder mystery novel was about a serial killer.

  11. Octopus says:

    Sheee-it…Gus adopted this mindset YEARS ago!

  12. Octopus says:

    Gus didn’t get the job. 😦

  13. rightymouse says:

    You’re MY favorite comedian! 😆

    • Koko says:

      Um. You’re a hockey puck. Just shut up.

      Sorry folks. I’m in a basement in Muncie. Is this thing on??? Not really but a basement in Taylor Mill is almost as bad. And we’re running out of bananas.

      I swear to God (the real one, not the one in my mind) if I have to clean every grocery in the garage and then clean all my clothes and then clean my physical self (while wiping everything behind me) another time this week….I may go crazy.


    • Bunk X says:

      Rickles’ stage schtick was predicable and annoying.

  14. rightymouse says:

    You’re an effing LIAR!!!
    No wonder you’re broke!

  15. Koko says:

    I’m almost like I can’t follow the political crap anymore. I saw Trump yesterday say here’s several samples why you’re complete liars. Proven, verified, digitalized. Yet we know you won’t quit. Done. Like Don R. (-other Don) dropping the mic.

  16. ISTE says:

    Just put harness on them both. Not happy about design, neck loop has no fastener you have to put their heads through. As they are kittens they have big heads with respect to the size of their necks so there is a lot of “collar” hanging down. May be OK for a fully grown small dog but not an 8 week old kitten.

  17. ISTE says:

    20 minutes later the kittens don’t care about harness. That went much better than I expected. They got used to harness fast. But I would prefer a neck fastener. We are learning here…. Also why did Youtube publish this sideways? Guess I have much to learn.

    • ISTE says:

      Deleted it. Can’t fix it

      • OLT Raised Two Crazy Cat Ladies says:

        ISTE, I sent your first video to Daughter #4 in Austin to assist with adoption(s). #3 Daughter would have been my first go-to, but she’s in Denver these days.

  18. Jimmy from Lubbock says:

    cash your trump check

  19. Koko says:

    I doubt Chonk could spell the word love. Has he ever said it or expressed it?

    • Bunk X says:

      2 charles Sun, May 27, 2001 9:51:22am

      good point vis a vis War Of The Worlds; the american public has gotten much more suspicious of mass media in the last half century. i do think that with the right preparation and setup, however, a similar hoax might still be perpetrated today.
      but the monkey man (and now bear man!) stories are notable for an element of what can only be called sheer lunacy. that’s why i love ’em.

  20. Koko says:

    Shaq says maybe he’s not blind. But he sure crushes a soul song.😆🙏🏻

  21. rightymouse says:

    It’s 29 degrees here in NE Ohio this morning and there’s some snow on the ground. I wanna cry. 😦

  22. Octopus says:

    We got our stimulus money this morning, deposited in our account. $2400, we can spend any we want. Thanks, President Trump! 😃💰👏

    As for Chonky’s situation, with no check coming until he files a special form for bums (ask Gus about it, Fatass), a trailer park guy has something to say:

  23. rightymouse says:

    Octo ‘ s Governor is in deep doo-doo. Hey! Maybe Biden can pick her as his VP running mate. 😆

    • Octopus says:

      She’s a piece of work, this one. She felt compelled to double-down on her over-reaching, irrational quarantine measures, after Operation Gridlock around Lansing showed the people’s extreme displeasure. She made vague hints of retribution, as well.

  24. Koko says:

    Maybe this guy had a point.

    • Octopus says:

      There’s always a lot of insanity around. It’s a historical constant. 🤪

      People like to refer back to a mythical, tranquil Paradise when things were so much better. It never existed. Life has always been hard. Like the man said, “Most men lead lives of quiet desperation.” Another philosopher said, “Life is nasty, brutish and short.” Geez, Louise. Lighten up, Francis. 😀

      That said, I love my life, and I made some good decisions along the way, along with the dumb ones. Enough good ones to live comfortably, in good health(knock on wood, touch lucky horseshoe), and see my kids grow into successful young adults with good lives of their own.

  25. Koko says:

    Anyway I went back in time to the ice age Canada. And killed all their beavers. So i’m covered in beaver furs. So yah. Good.

    • Octopus says:

      That was a dam-fool thing to do!

      Can I just buy enough pelts offen you to fashion myself a nice, luxe beaver coat? I will pay the going rate, if you’ve tanned them properly.

      • Koko says:

        You got it bud. I’m going to try and go back and wipe out the wolverines. It turns out you need about 9 trillion joules of power to knock a hole in time. But as an Indian technocrat told me one time “all things are possible”. So yah. Pelt’s R Us. Place your bels.

        • Koko says:

          Bets. You knew.

          • Octopus says:

            If you could spare a couple of wolverines, I’d also like to buy a male and female. I need a new hobby, since I’m giving up the brewing, due to a glut of fancy craft beer in the basement. I don’t drink enough to make it a justifiable expense, and the people I usually give it to are either dieting, on the wagon or bad alkies I don’t want to encourage with strong ales. 😆

          • Bunk X says:

            Got meerkats? I want to start a fast food delivery chain,

  26. Octopus says:

    The first song on “Ziggy” was an end of the world scenario, that seemed appropriate to the times when I first heard it. Is it even more appropriate now, or less?

    Bowie was really great live, and the “Stage” double-album is considered his best live document. I could dicker with that, but not right now. Have a great day!

  27. rightymouse says:

    Really? Why? Then again, I think morons like you who adore Joe Biden are insane and need straight jackets. 😆

    • Octopus says:

      I doubt if Gus watches Hannity more than once a year, and that’s just clips some libturd tweets out. Shaddap, Gus. Go beat your own head in with liquor and drugs.

  28. Octopus says:

    Poor Gus! I think he found out his stimulus check is going to be a long time coming. 😠😭😢

    • rightymouse says:

      Poor Gussy. Direct deposit from the IRS is only going to happen if refund checks are deposited electronically for taxes filed at least for 2018. They have to know where to deposit the $$$. Otherwise, he has to wait for his $$$. That is, if he even filed to begin with.

    • dezzez says:

      Inlcuding you and Chuck gussy boy.

  29. deepstateoperative says:

    Wow. You people are STILL at this.


  30. ISTE says:

    We are bored in Houston.

    • ISTE says:

      As I said before, these harnesses have just a belly strap fastener. The collar has to be adjusted and you have to force it over their head. A kitten’s head is disproportionately large with respect to their neck so once on there is a lot of loose collar that upsets them.

      I have two of these on order. Neck and belly fastener. But due to Amazon policy on not shipping useless and non essential shit expected delivery ten days from now.

      Yep, black harness for black cats.

      • rightymouse says:

        Cats don’t need harnesses unless you plan on taking them out for walkies.

        • ISTE says:

          I do plan on taking them out for walks.

          It is complicated, I live in a second floor apartment. The two cats that decided to live with me were about six months old when they discovered my bedroom window open at night and moved in.

          Now, I have no idea how I can train kittens to leap out of my window and fall 20 feet to the ground, then crawl back up the wall to come home.


          So, get them harness trained. Take them to the park for walks and hot chicks flock towards me wanting to cuddle cute kittens!

          Yes I have a plan….

  31. dezzez says:

    Says the spineless blob without the sack to tag the guy he is mocking.

  32. ISTE says:

    Honey Badger Kittens.

    They don’t give a shit…

    • rightymouse says:

      They love you.

      • ISTE says:

        Nah, they are cats and cats are assholes.

        They are just using me.

        Next stage in training is to get them to jump into an old Amazon box….

        • rightymouse says:

          First you need to take them for walkies and teach them how to eat ice-cream cones.

          • rightymouse says:

            We have trained our dog to sit and politely lick the ice-cream cone without gulping & dripping the ice-cream on the floor/carpet. I KNOW you can train your cats to do this too!

  33. Bunk X says:

    What kind of man reads Little Green Footballs?

    • Octopus says:

      Arrest that man!!

      He’s guilty of something. 😂

      Just finished “Mindhunter,” and I thought it was great. Not overly-thrilled with ending, but I think it’s coming back for another season. I’m sure it is.

      • Bunk X says:

        Started watching Mindhunter, but we got distracted with Better Call Saul and Chernobyl.

        • Octopus says:

          I was so creeped out by Chernobyl, I stopped watching after the fourth or fifth episode. Radiation is bad, ummkay? 😱

          Mindhunter has some great episodes, and it’s really a fascinating story about a paradigm change in catching monsters. The one where they get to interview Manson, who isn’t the kind of killer they’re focused on, is amazing — the actor who plays Charlie should get an Emmy. The guy who plays David Berkowitz is nearly as perfect.

  34. Octopus says:


  35. Bunk X says:

  36. Koko says:

    You know she’s a very strong devout Catholic woman. Does this video make any point? No it’s universally offensive. They got 50 kids to sing the word sperm. On video. Brits. My people.

    • Bunk X says:

      Saw an interesting documentary on Python with interviews of those still alive. Lotta behind the scenes gossip. Apparently Graham Chapman was a real mess.

      • rightymouse says:

        Love Brit humor. LOL! Have complete sets of Black Adder & Fawlty Towers. Great stuff! 😆

        • Octopus says:

          Me, too. My Uncle Jack got me started on Benny Hill and Monty Python, and I got into the others on my own. Nobody else in my family, nor any of my benighted friends, was into Brit humor. They couldn’t understand it. Literally, they couldn’t understand what the people were saying. 😄

  37. Bunk X says:

  38. Octopus says:

    I know this guy. 😃

  39. Octopus says:


  40. Octopus says:

    You felt the burning need to retweet this? Really?


  41. rightymouse says:

    Octo-any update on your wife’s cousin?

    • Octopus says:

      Cousin Gus is hanging in there, showing slow improvement each day since they shocked his heart into the proper rhythm. I’m hesitant to say anything positive, since it’s been such a rollercoaster. At one point, they were practically losing hope for recovery, but now they’re feeling optimistic. So…keep him in your prayers. He’s a good man, with a great family — two daughters, like me.

  42. rightymouse says:

    The check’s in the mail. You do realize that it’s nobody’s fault but your own that you’re broke? At your age, you should already have a decent retirement account. Grow up.

    • Bunk X says:

      Dude is drooling for it. The kids in the swamp are all griping, too, while trying to one-up each other on the Orange Man Bad theme.

      • rightymouse says:

        Ugh. Trump is trying to get the economy going again. Otherwise, we’re ALL going to be in deep shit, and Fatso’s swamp critters along with Gussy are going to get zip.

    • rightymouse says:

      You’re pathetic. Even my 25 year old autistic son makes a decent living as a trucker and plans to give his check (when it comes in the mail) to his sister in Thailand who is in lock-down with her two kids because of the Wuhan virus.

  43. rightymouse says:

    Trump will win again.

  44. rightymouse says:

    It’s sneauxing AGAIN! 😦

  45. dezzez says:

    Please do Chuck, your 2 ton carcass will keep 3 digging crews busy for days.

    • Octopus says:


      That’s an FDR-level Public Works Program. And then there’s the Hazmat Cleanup of the bunker… 😱

  46. dezzez says:

    Unlike you Gus, he didnt do it in his sisters dishwasher.

  47. dezzez says:

    You are not King you bloated imbecile.

  48. rightymouse says:

    LOLWUT??? 😆

  49. rightymouse says:

    Based on your pathetic Begging Bowl, my guess is nobody cares what you think.

  50. rightymouse says:

    Went to the grocery store today. There was a ton of TP & paper towels on the shelves for the first time in weeks. Hubby & I think it’s related to DeWine saying Ohio will start opening back up May 1. Yayyyy!

    The kids who put stuff in cars today messed up & gave someone else half of our groceries & one of those bags had my sales receipt in it. 😯 The good news is that the lady came back with our stuff when she saw that the groceries weren’t what she had bought. Fortunately, we knew the cashier & got a copy of what we had bought, so could verify the groceries were ours. What a mess!

    Then hubby’s car crapped out on him & we’re at home waiting for a tow truck. Is it a full moon? 🙄

  51. rightymouse says:

    Grilled chicken, steamed asparagus and fettuccine with mushrooms for dinner. But first!!! It’s Manhattan time!!! 🙂

    • Abu says:

      Did a few light things around the house and am on the WTP (white trash patio). Breezy in Chicagoland, about 54 degrees. Sunny!

      Sorry to hear about your shopping debacle. Ditto the car. Cracked a beer to honor your Manhattan.🥃

      Now if only I could get a haircut.

      • Koko says:

        I’ve decided I’m taking my shaver trimmer to my hair. I don’t care what happens. Could be very Ripley like. It’s here.

  52. rightymouse says:

    You won’t be happy until there’s a senile Donkey in the White House and you’re living on the streets. Socialism is so awesome!! Idiot.

    • dezzez says:

      Gus is even a bigger moron than I thought possible.

      • rightymouse says:

        There have been glimmers of sanity now & then. Unfortunately, he’s convinced that a senile political relic in Donkey garb (Biden) will somehow save him from himself & the consequences of his own stupidity.

        • dezzez says:

          Agreed, but him insinuating people he doesn’t agree with as “pro-virus” made my eyes see the back of my head.

    • rightymouse says:

      Gussy has never figured out that HE alone is responsible for his life and life choices/decisions. Nobody, including a Donkey President, gives a crap about him.

  53. Koko says:

    Gee thanks Gwyn. This is a person who doesn’t even know what zillion dollar blockbuster movies she was in. Doesn’t everyone make a miliion bucks for showing up downtown somewhere, getting made up pretty and say some Jewy clever things in front of a green screen?

  54. ISTE says:

    Fuck the virus. Fuck the isolation.

    Some things cannot be put on hold for months.