First the Chinese Virus, then the Peaceful Riots & Now Charles Johnson is a Victim.

It was just a matter of time before the big goy stepped into piddimmi mode. (Looks like he’s still playing footsie with Karoli Kuns, too.) Meanwhile, something unusual happened to his Alexa traffic rank that smells of view manipulation, and perhaps the Adsense complaints are related. We’ll monitor the situation…

154 Comments on “First the Chinese Virus, then the Peaceful Riots & Now Charles Johnson is a Victim.”

  1. Bunk X says:

    • rightymouse says:

      OMG!!!!!!!!!!!!! 😯
      Animals!!! 😯

    • Octopus says:

      She is probably a liberal who blames Trump for the righteous riots, is the first bad thought that came to mind. She looked like she was trying to talk rationally to the animals. “Hey, come on, you guys — we voted for Obama twice.”

  2. rightymouse says:

    We just laugh!! 😆

  3. Octopus says:

    Chonky’s whining is so amusing! 😆

    You don’t like your Big Tech Monolith, Fatass? Are they trying to censor you, or stifle your free speech? Or maybe, just maybe, somebody has noticed your ploy to get blog-hits by posting videos of bad music, and there’s a bigger crackdown coming. 😰

  4. rightymouse says:


  5. Octopus says:

    I am so reporting this! 😧😡😖

  6. rightymouse says:

    Bunk – Has your neighborhood been affected by the riots at all??

  7. dezzez says:

    Well I just found Dod was back… 3 cheers to the team bringing it back to life.
    Oh for those curious, a link to help brighten Chucks day.

    • rightymouse says:

      Excellent link! 😆

      • Octopus says:

        Put it right to use:

        This site is owned by a repeat offender of copyright laws. He publishes material he doesn’t own, constantly. His current scam is tweeting out YouTube songs like this one, where if you click on their m, you are forced to run a gauntlet of pleas for donations, with a GoFundMe that has apparently been running for close to a decade, and other options like PayPal and Amazon links to send him money directly. Almost every post on his site is a cut-and-paste of some hateful conspiracy making the rounds. It’s hard to imagine any advertisers wanting to be associated with this kind of garbage and brazen grifting.

        Thank you.


        • dezzez says:

          You guys make me so happy, Thank you.

        • Bunk X says:

          06627060 32615 40 Charles Sat, Jan 31, 2009 11:40:27am

          re: #31 zombie

          Is there another easily-construed “ad network” that the average blogger can hook up with to get ads on one’s blog? I’ve always wondered this. I am so ignorant about how blog advertising works — I have no clue how one obtains them for one’s site and how one gets paid.
          I’m helping a less-tech-savvy friend set up a blog (which is entirely nonpolitical), and this person wants advertising on the blog, but I don’t know where to begin.
          Any suggestions?

          Google AdSense is one option. I may try their ads myself.
          There’s also Blogads, but I believe it’s invitation-only now.

          06627082 32615 51 Charles Sat, Jan 31, 2009 11:44:24am

          re: #48 zombie

          Blogads only by invitation, hmmm? Does that mean they are looking only for comparatively high traffic blogs? And do they have a “slant,” or is any kind of blog OK with them?

          Blogads is apolitical. I’m not totally sure about the invitation-only thing — you should check it out yourself.
          I may end up going back to Blogads in addition to AdSense

          07547477 34407 19 Charles Sun, Aug 9, 2009 3:03:55pm

          Interesting that whenever there’s a topic that mentions Nazis, Google Adsense serves up ads for anger management courses.

  8. Octopus says:

    Erm, Gus…Snopes hasn’t been a legit source for more than a decade. It’s a libturd confirmation bias provider now. Do your own research, if you want to give the illusion of being well-informed.

  9. dezzez says:

    Figures Chuck would find the guys name as the problem, Nah, Chucks not a racist piece of s**t.

  10. ISTE says:

    For once Charles may have a point ( blind squirrels and nuts spring to mind )

    • ISTE says:

      Also, with out bringing stereotypes and race and colour into the discussion, some of the more musically knowledgeable people in here may be able to tell me what this song reminds me of.

      The musical style etc. Take a listen.

      • Octopus says:

        I’m prolly not that musically knowledgeable type you were referring to, but to me it just sounds like ‘60’s soul music, which is a good thing in my book. Fatass is using Negrito to drive people to his crappy, begging-bowl site, because he likes to take musicians from NPR’s Tiny Desk Series, most of which are really bad. This guy’s okay.

        • Bunk X says:

          Mick Jagger imitating Leon Russel on a cover Aerosmith’s “Dream On” in Pink Floyd style.

          • ISTE says:

            Thank you Bunk! It was driving me nuts. The sung “How Long” reminded me of something. You got it. “Dream On”

            I could hear Pink Floyd in there too but my small brain and limited intelligence was screaming Led Zeppelin

          • ISTE says:

            I didn’t spell song wrong, I meant the way he sung the words “”How Long”

          • Octopus says:

            I hear it now. 🤔

            I read the guy’s Wikipedia page, too — very interesting life and career. I might have to listen to his album.

    • dezzez says:

      The song doesn’t seem to be offensive, maybe something else on the page was.

  11. rightymouse says:

    I guess your begging bowl ain’t doing so well, eh? Jackass. Get a job delivering pizza or something.

    • Octopus says:



      If you wanna be happy, I mean.

    • Bunk X says:

      Fuckface is raging.

      • Octopus says:

        I just came off of a family rage-text thread, which I managed to pull back from the brink of The Abyss with a decorous post far-removed from my own harsh feelings. My libturd sister who’s been talking crazy crap might not be talking to me for awhile, but that might be for the best. 😀

        Can you political people start a new thread, and leave me off it? I like to talk about food, pets, fiction, baby animals, and travel. The whole internet and 24hr cable shitshow is devoted to rage — do we have to subject the family to it, too?
        (cute pic of baby giraffe here)
        “Enough already!”
        Everybody agreed with me except Her, even the other libs in the family. When She gets back from teaching her yoga class, She will address the issue. Something like, “I will not be silenced!” 😂

        • rightymouse says:

          I have a libturd sister who is married to an even bigger libturd. They moralize, preen & strut themselves as the bastions of goodness against evil conservatives like me. Well, her husband was arrested in February on a DUI and the cops found pot & other naughty substances. They don’t know that I know about it. Heh.

          • Octopus says:

            😃 Oopsie!

            My sister only drinks wine, and not really to excess. Her hubby has taken up weed as his Senior Citizen All-Purpose pain-reliever and mood enhancer, which I don’t mind, and of course it’s legal now in Michigan.

            I’m getting worried about this sister’s mental health, though. She’s spiraling into this Trump Derangement Syndrome worse than any of the other libs, and getting obnoxiously strident, while complaining of not being to sleep and crying regularly about the horrible state of life under Hitler. She needs a clean break from the internet and the constant, 24/7 “news.”

          • rightymouse says:

            This is what I don’t understand about liberals – their very vocal vitriolic hatred and contempt for Trump and conservatives. We put up with Obama for 8 years without the nasty squawking you see coming from liberals. It’s very, very weird.

          • windbag says:

            We didn’t treat Obama with the contempt the left spews at Trump and his supporters. We just endured it and then voted Trump into office. The thing is the left’s version of those eight grueling years is one of racist dog whistles being blown every minute by the right. One of the very troubling thing we’ve experienced in trying to talk to family members who are anti-Trump is that we can’t agree on facts anymore. Different opinions is one thing, but when they are disconnected from reality, that’s distressing. And these are intelligent, educated, and hard working people.

          • Octopus says:

            Exactly, Windbag. I love my family, but they’ve gone off the deep end. My sister is now officially not talking to me. Which is sad, but what can I do? Her incessant, irrational ranting about Trump, compounded by the recent White Guilt avalanche of bullshit, was making everyone uncomfortable, even those that also dislike Trump and lean Left. I asked her to start a new political thread, and leave me off it. She took that as a direct slam on her and everything holy in her world. Well, shit.

    • dezzez says:

      “A lot of people”, Chuck we know you weigh as much as a small crowd, but just admit you are not concerned about other people.
      Now whats the matter, LGF not paying enough to keep the lights on? Landlord file for eviction over non payment?

  12. windbag says:

    I’m glad things are back up and running here. Now, if the country could just do likewise, it might turn out to be a good summer.

    • rightymouse says:

      One of the kids in a local HS organized a protest demonstration in Chagrin Falls for today. When the kid found out that bad actors were taking over protests in Cleveland and elsewhere, he cancelled it. Businesses aren’t taking a chance so many of them are boarded up. I am SO pissed at the brat. Chagrin is a delightful, family-oriented town. They boast folks like Tim Conway growing up there. Hubby & I love going there to hang out & drink a few. The cops are on alert there. Will update if anything happens tonight.

      • rightymouse says:

        No riots or problems last night in Chagrin according to reports. Good! Will try & go there this evening or tomorrow.

  13. Octopus says:

    Isn’t that vewwy, vewwy scawwy and Hitler of him?! 😆

    Meanwhile, Gov. Cuomo has turned on Mayor DeBlasio, and it’s blue on blue catfight-time!

    Chonky tries to appropriate some street cred, when he’s cowering in his bunker praying the punkass terrorists don’t come down his street…

      • Octopus says:

        That’s a bathroom I’d never enter, no matter how bad I had to go. And I’ve been in some bathrooms…CBGB’s?

        • Bunk X says:

          Yep. Long gone, but not forgotten.

          • Octopus says:

            Lots of great music and bands came out of there, or just played there on their way through town. I saw Patti Smith in Ann Arbor during her heyday, and she made a long speech about how us college kids should at least take a weekend pilgrimage to CBGB’s, to learn what’s really up. I never did. But then, I never felt the need to jam safety pins through my face or get hideous tats, either.

    • dezzez says:

      Beggars Banquet, somehow the irony is lost on Fatty McBlubber.

  14. Octopus says:

    Best video of the riots so far, from a humorous standpoint. Although the guy who set himself on fire was an instant classic, too. 😆

  15. Bunk X says:

    WARNING: This will make you puke.
    View at

    • Octopus says:

      The author’s pic with the douche-y hair and soy-beard already have me a little queasy, but I’ll muddle through it…

      …aaaaaccckkkk! I had to speedread the last part, so I could run to the baffwoom and fwow up. The White Guilt I’ve seen today from the Idiot Left was out of control. Enough, already!!

      • Bunk X says:

        He thought it was so good, he made a vid of himself reading it oh so sanctimoniously.

        • Octopus says:

          The virtue-signaling dork will be waving this around for quite awhile, until it is determined by Somebody Much Wiser Than Himself hath espied something very, very racist in one or two of the terms he used, or his general tone, or the very idea that a white mofo can even begin to atone for his horrible whiteness by writing and reading something and posting it on the internet.

          • rightymouse says:

            I couldn’t watch it. White guilt virtue signalling by a leftard makes me want to puke.

          • rightymouse says:

            My kids were all raised to accept people of all races, creed, etc., so long as they weren’t druggies, assholes or otherwise bad apples. Daughter was the only one to marry an asshole. She’s learned her lesson.

          • Bunk X says:

            I read it, tore it apart, and sent my polite response to the person who suggested I watch it. My lovely daughter also recommended I watch an 18 minute video by Trevor Noah. I’ll wait until the toxins kick in later today before I view it.

          • rightymouse says:

            Oh. And her ex-husband asshole LOVED Bernie Sanders. And his 2nd wife just walked out of the marriage.

  16. Octopus says:


    I have to see this mockumentary, at least the first couple of episodes. It sings to me.

  17. Bunk X says:

    Here are my daily WebEx meeting notes for the month of May. I’ve got a head start on June.

    • Bunk X says:

      Here are the notes from April. Read them left-to-right, top to bottom. Kinda.

      • Bunk X says:

        Free wallpaper.

        • Octopus says:

          As your psychologist, I’d like to see how this theme develops over the course of an 8-hr LSD trip. A fresh sheet of paper will be provided at hourly intervals, throughout the session. You will be asked (compelled) to “explain” each sample upon the conclusion of the experiment.

      • ISTE says:

        I noticed the spiral stair cases. I hope you obeyed the no more than 14 step rule.

        ( Don’t ask me how I know. It involved spending a week at Gatwick Airport ( London ) trying to fix a VAX8650 in the architect department for British Airport Authority.

        You try spending a week stuck in a room with architects and the conversations start to become weird.

  18. Octopus says:

    This pretty much speaks for itself.

  19. Octopus says:

    You want violence, Antifa? Here you go. Here’s your shoe, homes! 😂

    • rightymouse says:

      Loved it! Hope to see more push-back!!

    • windbag says:

      When I heard the first antifa goon say they were heading to the suburbs next, I laughed. This is tame compared to what I expected them to face. If they survive their encounters with suburban and rural folks, they’ll likely also go to jail, after they’re released from the hospital. We don’t put up with that crap out here.

      • rightymouse says:

        You’re right! Hubby has already taken the guns out of the gun safe. We can defend ourselves.

      • OLT's You Need To Know History, Boy says:

        I wouldn’t go to the suburbs.

        1. Where do you think Karens come from?
        2. Your escape routes will be blocked by lawn service trucks and trailers. The sight of oppressed minorities with their own names on tens of thousands of dollars of equipment actually working for filthy dirty money will damage your delicate psyche.
        3. A lot of us are white. It’s not at all racist for us to shoot you white idiots.
        4. Those of us that aren’t white (a pretty good group out in my hood) will assist us in shooting you because they feel strongly that it’s their neighborhood, too. That won’t be racist, either, by your definition, even if they wear TEAM KILL WHITEY jerseys and shout “Go back to Europe, honky” at you. Not my rules, yours.
        5. Yes, we have anti-gun females. After the first shot, they will be in the kitchen ovulating and making sammiches. This is the way of Nature.
        6. Yes, we have anti-gun males. After the first shot, they will morph into men, or they can assist in carrying your carcasses to the curb. Either way. Doesn’t matter.
        7. Some of us are “non-essential” and a little bored.
        8. Guns. The guns are implied. Let me explain the guns:
        a. Hunting rifles. Used to kill 8-1200 lb. animals from a few hundred yards. Do the math.
        b. “Assault weapons”. As you know, these are practically machine guns. LOL.
        c. You believe a lot of stupid shit.
        d. No, seriously, we have a lot of them.
        e. No, actually, a lot of us have been trained to use them.
        f. Shotguns. Great for situations where rioters think they can gang up on someone.
        g. Pistols. Either the user needs a challenge, or you’re really stupid and get close.
        h. Or there was a sale on 9mm and they don’t want to get their dress pistol dirty.
        i. .22s. Because kids have to learn to shoot sometime.
        j. Children too young to operate the .22s are given straight razors to finish the wounded.
        k. Just kidding about that. Maybe.

        • windbag says:

          Excellent points. I was talking to my barber today and we were laughing about the term “assault rifle.” I pointed out that if I beat someone to death with my cell phone, in reality it’s an assault phone. Last weekend I was talking with a guy and his kids were there. They mentioned the *horror* of discovering a friend back when they were about 5 years old who owned guns. Shudder, cringe, shudder, cringe. I didn’t bother to point out that their friend hadn’t made the news by shooting up a school because he obviously was instructed on the dangers and proper safety of guns from an early age. And I didn’t point out that, when the looters show up in their neighborhood, that friend is likely going to become very popular.

          We’re rural, not suburban, and it’s even better out here. I had a young lady who used to work for me years ago. She called in one Saturday morning to say that she couldn’t come to work. She was bow hunting and shot a deer, but it ran and she had to give chase. I told her no problem and wished her luck. I (don’t) pity the fools that think she’s an easy target. The boonies are full of good people just like her.

          Bring it, city punks.

  20. rightymouse says:

    You talking about yourself again?

    • rightymouse says:

      😆 😆

      • Bunk X says:

        Sometimes I pity him. Don’t know if he’s talking about a neighbor or his roommate, but it sounds like he did the right thing.

        • rightymouse says:

          He’s not a stupid man. But he’s made a mess out of his life all on his own. I think he’s talking about his roommate.

      • dezzez says:

        Meanwhile Gus’s soiled underwear is in the dishwasher.

        • Octopus says:

          Meanwhile, Gus is now living in a Pepto-Bismol Palace with Ray or Pete. 😂

          I’m sorry, but you have to take responsibility for your own actions. He’s been on a binge every night since I’ve known him. And playing on Twitter all day and night. Now you reap the whirlwind.

  21. Octopus says:

    “Tony has friends. Janet has friends. YOU don’t have any friends!”

  22. Octopus says:

    Enjoy Quinn while xie lasts on Twitter.

  23. ISTE says:

    Now, something that is going to freak all OCD and counting people here…..

    Walk down a staircase in a home, a building, a park or on the way down to the beach and count the steps.

    You will never get to 15 before you arrive on a landing, a turning point or just a nice place to rest.

    This excludes all of Italy and any other historical place. The historical places never understood 14. But do not be surprised if you do visit an historical place and go down historical stairs there i a 20th century barrier you gave to go around.

    The number 14 is a magical number.

      • Bunk X says:

        +12′-0″ / 7″ max. riser = 20 risers max = 19 treads.

        • Bunk X says:

          Oops. 21 risers @6.86″ = 20 treads.

        • ISTE says:

          Difficult to tell but staircase does not seem to be at 45 degrees. Also, usually stair cases are kind of entered via doors. Maybe fire escapes have different rules?

          I am OK with this design. Leaping out of a window on the second floor onto a non compliant staircase is better than falling nose first into the grass from 10 feet up.

          • Bunk X says:

            Staircases are 32.5 degrees max. unless they’re utility stairs, ships ladders, fire escapes or residential. Slinkys don’t work on code-complying stairs any more.

      • ISTE says:

        “Oops. 24 risers @ 6″ = 23 treads…” perfect for LBQT and who knows who ele to pixy foot down the stairs.

        OK you got me.

        It is the distance from the top to the bottom of a 45 degree staircase that is the design criteria.

        The height of the fall.

  24. ISTE says:

    You see how Bunk is messing with my mind?

    Of course you can have more steps in a staircase horizontally closer to destroy my 14 step theory..

    But for normal people that will not feel “right”

    Ancient monument steps feel awkward to climb, short risers, small treads. But the ancients were smaller.

    So, yet again I state that the limit for a staircase is 14 using a standard and normal riser and tread!!!!!!

    It is all due to acceptable death risk.

  25. rightymouse says:

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  27. ISTE says:

    While the men are discussing stairs we have a project for the ladies here.