“Spare us the tone policing,” says Internet Oberführer Charles Johnson to Twitter

As soon as President Trump tested positive for the China Virus, the left celebrates, including our favorite Exploding Fimple:

But wait! There’s more!

That last one got Mr. Kragar a TwitterTimeout for bein’ a dick.

And it’s only gonna get worse. 😀

[Update: Kragar’s suspension above was from 10 September. The President’s condition was announced on 1 October.]

332 Comments on ““Spare us the tone policing,” says Internet Oberführer Charles Johnson to Twitter”

  1. dezzez says:

    Bone collect said to say thanks

  2. dezzez says:

    Abusive tweets, sobers up, deletes tweets, plays victim.
    Thank God he doesn’t have a wife and kids.

    • dezzez says:

      Yup, he found the booze again.

      • Bunk X says:

        It’s a party of one at Gussy’s Place.

      • Octopus says:

        I remember bellying up to a bar when I was about 21, and falling into a “deep convo” with an old guy a couple seats down. It was the local pub for beers, shots and pool, which had been serving my older-looking friends and I since we were 17. Michigan law was changing at the time, so I was legal at 18, illegal at 20, and legal again at 21. The Palace Inn Bar didn’t give a flying crap about any of that. We got our $1 Budweisers all along. And we fed our quarters into the jukebox (three selections), pool table (50 cents a game), and table-top shuffleboard game (also 50 cents).

        Anyway, this guy turned out to be a WWII vet, who fought in the Pacific, like my Dad (Army Air Corps) and Uncle Ray, a Marine who fought on Iwo Jima. The joke was that my Dad bombed my uncle by mistake, as there were a lot of friendly-fire losses in that hellscape, but that’s unlikely, as my Dad’s unit got to the Pacific during mopping-up operations on Iwo, and Ray was already wounded and on his way home. I got a lot of info out of the guy about the combat on that godforsaken island, and then he had one too many, and started staring off into space, yelling “SHAKE AND BAKE” intermittently. That’s what they used to say on the island, when they were lighting up Jap-bunkers with flamethrowers. Later, I used to hear that same guy yelling the phrase when he got too hammered, and knew what he was referring to.

        Before he got to that point, that first time I met him, he told me, “There’s nothing sadder than a mean drunk.” He was talking about a mean drunk who was being kicked out of the bar at the time. He could have been talking about Gus.

      • Bunk X says:

        Damn. Gus has been on a rampage for the last hour or so.

        • Octopus says:

          Wow! He mad, bro. 😱😂

          • dezzez says:

            He goes off on these tears in a drunken stupor, then plays the victim, I have lived with abusive drunks, they are manipulative assholes that take no responsibility for the damage they cause.

  3. Bunk X says:

  4. Octopus says:

    There used to be a killer video on Youtube for this incredible song, where the sounds of the Latin American percussion instrument, the guiro, were illustrated by a creaky chair on a spooky porch, which happened to be the exact way I imagined it as a kid smoking weed in the ’70’s. I was happy to see I wasn’t the only one who caught that image, but where is that video now? Crushed by Da Man, I guess. 😦

    Hey, Gus…throw a solid wooden chair at those libturds! 😆

  5. Octopus says:

    Here’s a lying piece of shit in action!

    • Bunk X says:

      If that were true, fatso would have been posting details and naming names… for years.
      PJM probably wanted all potential members to pony up.

      • Bunk X says:

        Not alot of time to post (on not alot of sleep) but for those followers of Pajama Media, here are some snaps of the first (and last supper) at a chi chi little boite in the Big Apple last night. All of the Masters of the Blog Universe were present…………Roger Simon, Charles Johnson, Glenn Reynolds (indeed), Tim Blair, Steve Vodka Pundit, Richard Belmont Club, Neo Neo Con, Austin Bay, Kesher Talk , David Corn to name drop just a few of the luminaries tha lit up the night. For me, it will be a night “seared” into my memory, never have I been in such erudite, brilliant, delicious company. Sort of like being back in the amniotic sac but conscious………whatevuh. The hangover is well worth it. Gotta get dressed – contractions have begun on OSM (Open Source Media, new name for PJM, long may it shake, rattle and roll)

    • Koko says:

      And now he pushes left wing lies every day for free while begging for hand outs!

      • Bunk X says:

        Don’t know if he still gets any royalties from his orange jumpsuit days, but he probably does pretty well with Amazon.

        • Octopus says:

          Those giant double-ended dildoes aren’t cheap, and they’re the biggest-selling item in Chonky’s Amazon store.

    • dezzez says:

      That if it happened is a loaded question, saying yes could just as easily get a boot in the ass, but of course fimple pretends to be a moral man.

      • Bunk X says:

        How the S-haole defines the word “lie” is up for grabs as well.

        Reminds me of when he called some news story “bogus” and others lizard-lappers pointed out that the story was true. Charles defended his statement by redefining the word.


        • Octopus says:

          That list of things Chonky was wrong about was ballooning faster than his waistline, back in ’13, but now it would take a medium-sized book to contain all the things. The Streak is not only intact, it makes other streaks of utter failure look like dynastic winners. Say, the Detroit Lions or Cleveland Browns look at his streak, and start feeling like the ’20’s New York Yankees. 😆

  6. Octopus says:

    Naughty ribaldry from Gus!

    Who you fuck isn’t my problem. That’s your fucking problem. Lowlifes.
    4 minutes ago
    Pay for your own abortion.
    11 minutes ago
    OMG! My penis don’t fit!
    14 minutes ago
    You’re too ugly to need an abortion.
    15 minutes ago
    If you want to be a whore pay your own way.
    16 minutes ago
    You being a slut isn’t my problem,
    17 minutes ago
    Here comes the women as victims sexism.
    17 minutes ago
    Weird how so many feminists sound like sexists.
    19 minutes ago


  7. Bunk X says:

    60 years ago: The first episode of The Andy Griffith Show aired on October 3 1960. Titled “The New Housekeeper,” Opie meets Aunt Bee.

  8. Octopus says:

    The Feral Irishman does a very intriguing tribute to the lovely women of the world every Friday afternoon. NSFW, unless you work at home. 😎

  9. rightymouse says:

    We’re on our way home. Dreadful end to the lovely time in Plymouth was receiving news that my dad passed away. He was 91.

  10. dezzez says:

  11. rightymouse says:

    Thanks! I’m in our car and having a jack and cola. Hubby is driving and eating pretzel chips and cheddar cheese. 🙂 We’re in New York.

  12. Octopus says:

    Suspend WHAT campaigning? The basement crusade? The scattered, no-attendance appearances where he waves wanly to nobody? 😂

  13. Octopus says:

    Watch out for Mr. Mossberg! 😂

    • Bunk X says:

      Well that was um… long…

      • Octopus says:

        I know — I skimmed. It’s still a poignant episode of modern day keyboard warrior culture, boiled down to its suety essence. Reminded me of Fimple, back when people cared enough about his opinions to engage in digital skirmishes, to the point where he started boasting of having Mr. Mossberg around to blow their heads off.

        • Bunk X says:

          Mr. Mossberg showed up about the same time Mr. Comic Book Collection did – shortly after Charles’ mom passed away. If I get REALLY bored I’ll see if my memory is correct.

  14. Octopus says:


  15. Octopus says:

    This rant was linked to at Blogmocracy:

    Some of you have done NOTHING with your life and you’re mad. You have a college degree & a smart phone with access to virtually *anything* and you can barely get out of bed in the morning while you spit on people who built a whole world with nothing but a horse, map, & axe.
    You’ve made nothing with access to everything. You’ve conquered nothing. Hell you can’t even conquer yourself. So go tear it all down. Scream into the void how unfair it all is. It’s not that you’ve wasted your short time here. Surely not.
    Don’t bother with your own legacy you’re busy shitting on the long dead who aren’t here to care. Go burn down every Starbucks. That’ll show them. Torch the Target. Tear down every monument. Deface every memorial. But what have you built? What do you leave behind?
    So take your benzos. Watch your porn. Get Uber to drop off your dinner. Buy an adult coloring book. Have sex with strangers to ease your crippling anxiety. It’s not you. It’s the system really. It isn’t fair. Go cancel someone. Dox someone. They deserve it. You’re the good guy.
    Don’t write an epic novel worth building a statue to remember you. Go troll seven year old problematic tweets ever on the hunt for the boogeymen. See now you’ve accomplished something. Cancel everyone. You’re a warrior now. A real hero.
    And lastly whatever you do never ever take even a moment to self reflect on your own failures. Never own them. Never take a hint of responsibility. Remember you’re just a helpless victim of circumstances beyond your control. This all means nothing. Its like you weren’t even here.

  16. Octopus says:

    Like it. 😎

    Yes, I know she’s a poster child for TDS. 😜

  17. Koko says:

    I watched season 1 of Utopia, the show Chonky touted a week or so ago. It was terrible. The only thing that keeps you watching is the mass murder violence. There are several mass murders. Almost all by gun shot to the face. (One by poisoning a room full of innocent people) Literally, not exaggerating. All of the characters are unrealistic as is the plot itself. The main character is not a very good actress. And her character commits murder of another innocent person dispassionately just to demonstrate who’s boss among the friendly group of immature idiots who are all trying to obtain a certain comic book which supposedly holds coded secrets about bio-weapons being unleashed on society. Later she tracks down her mentor who taught her all of her super bad fighting/killing skills. And after some monologuing murders her for some flimsy reason. It’s a good thing she’s devoid of empathy because I doubt she could convey it.

    The story is essentially stupid. The villain (a mad yet world renowned immunology biologist) is moronically devoid of any compassion or empathy and has an army of henchmen who unquestionably murder anyone they’re told to, having been raised cruelly and without motherly love. And murder, preferably mass murder with lots of collateral victims appears to always be the answer.

    But if it weren’t for all the murder and brains being splattered the show would be impossibly boring. The murder scenes are unrealistic unless you believe people can say, walk around a hotel during a convention knocking on doors and then while standing in the hall shoot the room’s occupants at point blank – we’re talking six, seven times in a row. And no other lodgers ever seem to be going by. And the hotel has closed circuit video in the corridors. Or a violent struggle and then gun shots and brains splattered in broad daylight in a shopping center parking lot and no one notices. And 10s of millions of doses of a lethal virus can be destroyed in a max security guarded lab warehouse by some naive internet nerds and two little kids.

    Naturally they hired great movie technical experts to film it and dress up the scenes to look great, so they got that going for them.

  18. rightymouse says:

    We made it home safe and sound at about 6:00. So good to see our doggy. 🙂

  19. Koko says:


    And Nick rolls on. With two having already settled – WaPo and CNN, the remaining defendants will have to settle. They all ran with the same lie that Nick was the aggressor and intimidated the Native guy, when it was exactly the opposite.

    Chonky smeared Nick too. But alas there’s nothing to go after except a used car, two old Macs and a worthless blog site.

    • rightymouse says:

      What media and liberal bloggers like Fatso did to Nick was appalling. They should be ashamed of themselves.

      • windbag says:

        What precious little shame they have they squander trying to throw it at Trump and other normal people.

        • Octopus says:

          I can’t express in words how much satisfaction I’m getting from watching Nick cash in on these shitlibs. Only emojis: 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂👌

          • windbag says:

            Yeah, and I hope he tells them that he’s tithing to the Catholic Church when he wins the lawsuit. That’ll make their heads explode even more.

    • rightymouse says:

      The Pope should refrain from making comments like this. I cringed and I’m not Catholic.

      • Octopus says:

        There’s a long history of such ideology in the Church, but this guy is completely possessed by the Red Demon. I know Catholics who are infuriated by his radical Leftism, which embraces every tenet of anti-capitalist, anti-American “Liberation Theology,” aka, Marxism.

  20. Koko says:

    Whatcha call skilled labor.

  21. Octopus says:


    Look at you, all creatively racist and shit! 😄

  22. Octopus says:

    Penis penis penis LOL!

  23. rightymouse says:

    Is Octo going for the sidebar?

  24. rightymouse says:

    I have a close friend of mine who just caught the Wuhan Flu. He is in his late 60’s. This is what he has experienced:

    “It happened fast last sunday / monday. Thought that I had my usual October infected sinus’ problem with the harvesting going on, PLUS me out at the farm.
    Short version is I had to check for covid first because I checked a few boxes on the list of “how do you feel?” Next day results said no infection! Go to doc and she does other tests to check what it might be, so no Hepatitis d and b or whatever they tested for and a lung x-ray to check for pneumonia. She said would call me back that day. Did not, and next day I called for her decision. eventually she called back and you could tell that she really thought that i had covid, but the test was negative. She prescribed my Z-PAC for the sinus and said call if ti gets worse. I had been having big time fevers, chills, hallucinations, diarrhea, fevers, and all of the boxes they asked about. I woke up at 7:30 pm shaking and burning like a fire. grabbed the thermometer and it read 103 and I said Phuket. I’,m going in.
    Jumped into the shower and cooled myself down, then drove to the e-room.

    After blood work, another covid test, flu test, some other test with a throat swab, and blood drawn, I had shown for covid and dehydrated, and that surprised me because I thought that I was keeping myself hydrated all the time. I was not in total control, dizzy, and those Hallucinations! After my “fill up” I slowly walked out and came home and felt better. Got my meds the next day and kept using my Z-Pac and even on yesterday morning I felt amazingly better. Didn’t want to jinx it by talking about it, and today’s a bit better, and not bad actually.”

    So far so good. He drinks in moderation and quit smoking ages ago. Lives in a rural area. I’m on his ass to figure out HOW he caught it!

    • Octopus says:

      That’s a bit scary. The deadly part is the runaway immune response, when it occurs, known as the cytokine storm. It’s triggered by your main immune system being unable to handle the infection at first, and then your body is like, “Oh, shit! We need to go nuclear!” Then you’re in trouble, as your lungs fill up with fluid and can’t supply you with oxygen. 😱

      • rightymouse says:

        What kills me is he lives in a rural area and has been working on his property in the country. He goes in to town rarely. I hope he gets through this pronto!

        • Octopus says:

          The virus will go everywhere, over time. He might have stopped into the feed store or 7-11 for a coffee, and got unlucky. Unless you live in an actual bubble, forever, you’re eventually going to come into contact with ‘Rona.

    • Koko says:

      This reminds me of the time I contracted strep throat. Similar symptoms. You can feel it attacking your nervous system – auditory and visual flashes hallucinations. The shivers, pain everywhere. That sucked. I went to work that day because I had an important conference call. I made the call from my desk and I remember saying early on I was feeling a bit under. They could tell when I responded to questions I didn’t sound right. Had my head on my desk most the call. Eventually I said I’m going to have to head to the doctor and they all encouraged me. My doc gave me a penicillin shot in the tush and I was feeling better in a couple hours. I’m not sure if I would have survived without antibiotics. I completed a round of amoxicillin to kill it.

  25. Octopus says:

    The Idiot Left has a projection problem:

  26. Koko says:

    Wow! What a jarring change transitioning from Stuart Varney’s show to Fathead Cavuto at noon on Fox Biz. Sturart was reporting on the POTUS continual improvement and his hugely encouraged doctors. Plus the up market and upcoming VP debate. Whereas Fathead brought on three in a row experts all saying the WH can’t even take care of themselves, They certainly can’t make US safe! And all debates must be cancelled and all schools s/b reclosed to manage a 99.994% surviveable disease. Unfucking real. Basically a Biden ad.

    • Octopus says:

      Cavuto turned out to be an insufferable NeverTrumper, didn’t he? That’s that noxious Swamp Gas, that gets into everything around the Beltway Cocktail Circuit. The hell wit Fox, except for Carlson and Hannity.

      • Koko says:

        And Maria and Stuart and Greg G. and their respective jolly warrior minions. Also Charles Payne.

        • rightymouse says:

          Add Watters and and several others on Fox who are constantly supportive of POTUS.

          • Octopus says:

            I forgot about Watters and the others — I don’t watch much cable news, or any TV news for that matter. Too much filler and glurge.

          • rightymouse says:

            I watch The Five now & then although Juan Williams can be annoying. Watters has his own show now, too. He’s maturing. I ADORE Gutfeld. 🙂

    • rightymouse says:

      Cavuto turned into an asshole. I refuse to watch him.

  27. dezzez says:

    “I’m not advocating violence… but we need violence”

    • dezzez says:

      • poteen2 says:

        Sounds like he’s wishing for a little “Tree of Liberty” refreshment.
        Careful what you wish for Charlie,,You and your friends aren’t very good at that whole bloodshed thing.

      • Koko says:

        Chonky is the classic armchair revolutionary encouraging someone else to go out loot and burn down THEIR community. Meanwhile he sits in calm Culver City and frets over whether to have Spanish or Greek olives with his Gouda and Brazilian wine snack.

  28. Koko says:

  29. Koko says:


  30. Koko says:


    Another of Chonk’s peeps from up in Portland. This must be the violence Chonk feels is justified to “change the system”. The Demonrat was stalking a Women for Trump car caravan rally and when eventually confronted about it by a male Trump supporter explodes out of his car, knife in hand. In the video you can clearly see the guy isn’t just menacing the Trump supporter with the knife in his hand. He continues to walk aggressively at him in hopes the guy throws a punch and hence justifying his plunging the knife in “self defense”. Many Demonrats are psychotic and dangerous, even murderous. The fool has a lot to lose too. Apparently he has a good job as a correctional officer in a women’s prison in addition to being a Demonrat party official in good standing who organizes veteran Dem voters. Hopefully he’s not encouraging the other veteran volunteers he enlists to go out and bully and menace people.

    • Octopus says:

      The man is dangerously insane, and that knife has a gut-hook on it. Time to put him down like a rabid dog, for bringing a knife to a gunfight.

  31. Koko says:

    NO!! Shi… LOL! 😄

  32. Octopus says:


    Masks are just a security blankie that don’t do crap, and the virus is going to go everywhere in due time. Hiding from it is impossible. The testing can’t stop it, as the WH mini-epidemic showed. So, Happy Tuesday! 😆

    • Bunk X says:

      With only 17 people, the chances approach 50-50 that one will share the same birthdate as another. There’s a proof somewhere, but I’m too distracted to look for it.

  33. Octopus says:

    Raise a mug of black coffee to enlightened, off-the-plantation black people! Their numbers are growing all the time, despite the constant drumbeat of victim-mentality bullshit from the Idiot Left, who control Hollywood and most of the entertainment industry.

  34. Octopus says:

    Fatass Fimple doesn’t leave the house, but declares the US needs all this violence to change society, and look, I’m wearing a mask even though I live alone and never leave the bunker, but I’m still doing the right thing because I’m smart, I can handle things…I was passed over!

  35. Koko says:


    The sad ponderings of an ignorant and misinformed fool. He mischaracterizes man’s business and shows no faith in Christ. His message is negative and oppressive like a typical leftist. And he’s either crooked or stupid to not see all alternatives are worse, rife with corruption, unbridled exploitation and rampant injustice. What miracles of science extending lives and chances for advancement and status and increased personal/family security are happening in Cuba? Or Venezuela? Or China? Under totalitarian rule? There are no free socialist populations. They have no voice. Nor does Christ. You vote them in and that’s the last vote you get.

  36. rightymouse says:

    Between President Trump and my friend who have had the Wuhan Flu bug without the really serious consequences, is it my imagination to think that the virus is weakening?

  37. rightymouse says:

    Joke of the day:

    “A little old lady who had lost her marbles was running up and down the halls in a nursing home. As she ran, she would flip up the hem of her nightgown and say “Supersex.” She ran up to an elderly man in a wheelchair, flipping her gown at him, she said, “Supersex.”

    He sat silently for a moment or two and finally answered, “I’ll take the soup.””


    • Octopus says:


      …I’ll take the supersex, with Crazy Lady. I mean, it’s kind of slow around the nursing home. 😄

      • rightymouse says:

        Teeth in or out?

        • Octopus says:

          Definitely out! 😱😂

          • rightymouse says:

            Bert, at 85 years of age, always wanted a pair of soft spike golf shoes like Freddie Couples, so seeing some on sale after his round, he bought them.
            He was so delighted with his purchase, he decided to wear them home to show the Mrs.
            Walking proudly into the house, he sauntered into the kitchen and said to his wife, “Notice anything different about me?
            Margaret at age 83 looked him over and replied, “Nope.”
            Frustrated as all get out, Bert stormed off into the bathroom, undressed and walked back into the kitchen completely naked except for the new golf shoes.
            Again he asked Margaret, a little louder this time, “Notice anything different NOW?”
            Margaret looked up and said in her best deadpan response, “Bert, what’s different? It’s hanging down today, it was hanging down yesterday, and it’ll be hanging down again tomorrow.
            Furious, Bert yells out, “AND DO YOU KNOW WHY IT’S HANGING DOWN, MARGARET?
            “Nope. Not a clue”, she replied..

            Without missing a beat Margaret replies, “Bert, you should’ve bought a new hat”

  38. Octopus says:


    I have a retort for Bert, but I don’t want to get the poor old guy in trouble. 😃

  39. Octopus says:

    RIP, Eddie Van Halen. 😢

    • Bunk X says:

  40. Bunk X says:

    I keep hearing about “superspreaders” and I think of this:

  41. Bunk X says:

    • Koko says:

      There must be a lot of mass murders and brains splattering for Chonk to be this enthusiastic. Never checking out another thing he promotes again.

      • gizbot7 says:

        It’s a TON of SJW shit. Because of Lovecraft, I endured 3 episodes but could not take it anymore even though my dumbass bought the whole season in advance of even watching the first episode. In other words, it makes you feel guilty for being born white, so it’s right up his alley.

  42. Bunk X says:

    This is how you win the sidebar.

  43. Octopus says:

    I saw Van Halen several times back in the ‘80’s, and always enjoyed them. They put on a great rock show. The fans went crazy, including the young ladies. 😃

    • Bunk X says:

      I believe Song & Dance Man (SADM on Blogmock) met him. SADM’s been around, guitar-wise.

      • Bunk X says:

        SADM just posted on FB:

        “Just heard about Eddie.
        Wow. Such a sad loss. I got to jam with him at age 18 after a show they did at a local high school. We hit it off right away and were practically glued together the whole night.. Randy Knapp, who was a life-long childhood friend of his, introduced us to each other after a show at South Hills High in Covina, CA. It was such a great night. We really liked each other. The best part of that night in 1975 was hearing their early demos. When Eddie played them for me I looked at him and said, ‘Dude you guys are gonna be fucking huge!'”

        • Octopus says:

          I was a much bigger fan of the David Lee Roth-era VH, but this song was a gem — Sammie’s best with the band, by far. Great video, great lyrics, great guitar, what the hell else do you want?!

          • Bunk X says:

            It’s not VH, but this is my favorite Hagar vid. Desiree Bassett was 15.

          • Octopus says:

            I think I’m in love, again. With a girl young enough to be my granddaughter. 😂

            She employs the tapping method on the solo, which Eddie perfected and taught to the masses. But didn’t invent.

          • Bunk X says:

            Too many guitar solos did the triplet tapping stunt. It’s a cheap flourish.
            [See Green Grass & High Tides by the Outlaws. Tweedly tweedly tweedly SPOO type solo.]

  44. rightymouse says:

    So my Dad passes away and now my hubby’s uncle is sick and not expected to live. He’s 91 like my Dad was. Such a dreadful week. My MIL is beside herself. 😦

    • Octopus says:

      So sorry to hear that, ‘Mouse. 😦

    • Bunk X says:

      Jeez. Too much all at once…

    • Koko says:

      Hang in there rm. We are at that point in life when we see and have to live the inevitable. I still remember a time when I was the kid in my thirties. A man child. Holiday videos are filled with laughing jokesters bouncing our babies on their knees and spoiling them with cookies who are all sadly gone now. It’s good to remember the fun times and holidays and trips. And the jokes.

      A few years ago when one of our choir member’s husband died, a dear friend to all who had accompanied every choir trip to Europe and Canada with trusty VHS video cam in hand. A father of 8. He’d known my FIL, the music director of said choir (who’s last name is Schaffer) his whole life. According to his wife his dying words were “Don’t forget. Schaffer still owes me $40 bucks.”

      It’s how they would have wanted to be remembered.

    • rightymouse says:

      Thanks! We’re planning to go see my MIL on Saturday & spend the day with her.

  45. Koko says:

    Eddie throws in a little Bach. LOL! Toccata and fugue quotes – not sure if it’s in D mi. 1995

  46. Koko says:

    Trump! Trump!

  47. Bunk X says:

    It’s shit like this that pisses me off about Ben Shapiro. He trashed Trump before the election and hasn’t stopped.

    • Koko says:

      I’ve never forgiven him for backing Michelle Fields (yeah, who???) in the incident with Corey Lewandowski. She and he provided the left with a bludgeon to beat down Lewandowski, a very verbally able Trump defender and backer who was at the time just doing his job. In reviewing the video he didn’t intend to do anything to her. He extricated her arm and she went reeling on extremely impractical stilletto heels (why? because reporters have to look hot?). Shapiro went to war for her thinking he’s sir Lancelot or something. I doubt he ever got a hand in her panties. Later she jumped ship to HuffPo. I’ve never heard anything about her since.

      • Bunk X says:

        Shapiro’s a sharp guy, but he’s been a never Trumper forever. When he debates other topics, he’s usually spot on, but his sneering rat-a-tat condescension is annoying as hell. I’ll take Dinesh D’Sousa any day over Shapiro.

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  49. Koko says:

    BTW CAIR was founded in 1994.

  50. Koko says:

    A passionate Biden voter! Approved by the committee for re-elect Biden VP of the Senate.

  51. Koko says:

    It makes one smile.

    • Bunk X says:

      “My damn head too damn big to be tryina wear a MAGA hat, so I cain’t wear no MAGA hat out no where. But I got a sweater in there that I wear. I wore it to work. Nobody said nuttin’.
      I’m a big ol’ bitch. They better not say nuttin'”

  52. Koko says:


    RIP Johnny. A piece of the soundtrack of my youth. A successful Jamaican reggae singer and producer, success in the US charts was a nice to have. This isn’t reggae. It’s delicious pop informed by reggae. After he sings “blue skies” there’s a gorgeous interlude device I’ve heard before from that generation. Stevie W? Yep. Drops a half step, then another then back up…it’s ethereal and very loverly. 🙂

  53. Koko says:

    Nice harmonies….

  54. Octopus says:

    Have to do some real work — no sidebar this time. Later!

  55. Octopus says:

    This young dork always gives me some laffs — reminds me of my high school self, when I knew everything. 😂

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    Palm Trees with Wildfire smoke behind them
    Source: Marcio Jose Sanchez
    Here’s a tiny question. What is the lesson Covid is trying to teach us? As much of the world now enters a second wave of lockdowns, thanks to a second wave of the virus — or, in America, faces the grim situation where the first wave never really crested, and became a tsunami of death — what should we be learning?
    I think of Covid as a message backwards, from the future. And it says something like this. Life as you knew it is now over. The future is now going to become a bitter and bruising battle for the basics. The basics. Air, water, food, medicine, energy. Things that many of us once took for granted, and assumed would simply be around, as if by magic.
    That age is now coming to an end. Did you ever think that breathable air would be in short supply? It’s already being marketed as a luxury in (where else) California. The very same California which is on fire, on the one hand, and wracked by Covid, on the other. Result? Air itself has become a luxury in a collapsing America. That is what the future looks like, except for all the basics.
    Another way to say that is that a certain way of life is now coming to an end.
    To make that point, let me ask the question: why have Eastern countries done better on Covid than Western ones? What does that teach us about the future? Well, the first thing it teaches us that money and power and history are no guarantee of success in this battle for basics that the future is now about. Maybe the rich can buy clean air — but a whole society? Forget it.
    People have to work together to provide one another the basics. And that is where the Western response to Covid has fallen down. Western nations are still fixated on illusory notions of freedom. But freedom itself is what is going to change radically in this age — if not by choice, then by the force of nature’s revenge.
    Consider the example, as usual, of America. Americans wouldn’t cooperate with lockdowns. Governors revolted, and made it illegal to make people wear masks. Meanwhile, the Red States became the world’s worst Covid Belt, because people refused to stop…going to bars…having barbecues…eating at restaurants. Their President — who’s now in the hospital with Covid — encouraged them not to take it seriously. The result was that Covid exploded, and has probably become a permanent fact of life — another dystopian one — in a collapsing America, hence, even air itself will be a luxury for the rich.
    Americans, in other words, were obsessed with “freedom.” One certain idea of it. Freedom as an individualistic exercise in consumerism, in status and pleasure seeking. What Americans don’t tend to understand is that that old list of American “freedoms” is now badly obsolete. What good is it carrying a gun…when a tsunami or a megafire is approaching? What good is it being able to battle over whose God is stronger…when you can’t breathe the air anymore?
    Life as the American set of freedoms is over now. Let me enumerate a few of those. The freedom to waste and squander. The freedom to believe in any old malarkey you like, no matter how ignorant. The freedom to abuse and exploit. The freedom to make the point of your life as shallow and foolish and stupid as you may want to, like just making more money.
    None of these things were ever really “freedom.”
    What such freedoms really were and are is the toxic hangover of centuries of brutality. Americans think they should be free to waste — while half the world still goes without decent food, water, or sanitation. They imagine they should be free to carry guns to Starbucks — while much of the world has been enslaved to pick those coffee beans. I’m not trying to moralize, just making a point. The world largely thinks of the American idea of freedom as a folly and a bewildering form of self-destruction.
    Covid is trying to teach us, in no uncertain terms, that we are not really free in these old ways — and never were. They’re just paths to self-destruction. When we waste and squander, we pollute the skies, and the planet heats up. When we abuse the natural world, it bites back in the form of everything from pandemics to wildfires to floods.
    Let me summarise what I am trying to say. The economist in me will put it this way. The global economy has been predicated on one simple transaction. The West and North — and particularly America — overconsumes, and the East and South is who and what is exploited to make that possible. That transaction is now over. The age of Western overconsumption is now at an end. Even the West is starting to suffer shortages of the basics — beginning with air. By the next decade, water, food, and energy will be in shortage, there, too.
    The West can continue to pretend it can overconsume — by which I mean spend too much on consumerist toys which cost the reefs, rivers, forests, animals, skies, not to mention the human potential of people in the East, who are mostly stuck on assembly lines making stuff for it. Since that stuff is artificially cheap, those in the East are exploited — never paid their due — and by and large they stay poor. Because they stay poor, they don’t, in turn, have enough to invest in fighting climate change, mass extinction, ecological collapse themselves — or even to give themselves decent food, water, sanitation, and medicine, which means pandemics that then affect the globe erupt at an increasing pace now.
    That is why the whole world is coming to a standstill. This fatal bargain is now coming to an end. One great economic age is ending — the age of Western overconsumption. In hard terms, that means the West consuming more than the entire planet can provide sustainably, which is precisely why catastrophes from climate change to mass extinction to pandemics are now ripping our lives apart.
    So where do we go from here? Well, we must ask the question: how did that age come to be, the age of Western overconsumption? If we want to fix it, that is. The answer, though, is ugly and difficult, and many people don’t want to hear it, much less understand it.
    The age of Western overconsumption is really a consequence of a simple, brutal, dismal truth: 20% of the world is rich and white, and 80% is poor and not white. The 20% of the world that is rich and white is precisely that portion which enslaved, brutalised, and colonized the part that is 80% poor and not white.
    Those centuries of abuse and exploitation led the rich and white societies to enjoy a generous surplus. You can think of that as everything from gold in bank vaults to all those hundreds of kinds of coffee and tea and sugar that you can find today in the aisles at a Walmart. The age of Western overconsumption is a product of the previous age of Western slavery, colonialism, and empire. That age allowed the West to get rich — and the West then spent its riches on consumption.
    Economists once upon a time argued all this was a good thing. That buying stuff from poor countries would allow those countries to prosper, too. And that has been the case, to a minor degree — there have been some successes, like South Korea and Japan, and some half-successes, like China and Malaysia. But “externalities” dominated even this effect. What that means in plain English is that while rich Westerners buying stuff from poor Easterners might have balanced back the scales of empire and slavery — hey, at least they were being paid now, right? — nobody much noticed the effects on the planet.
    This central transaction of the global economy, rich Westerners buying stuff from poor Easterners, was flawed in one central way. It was artificially cheap. Because it was still OK to exploit poor Easterners — to pay them the least that rich Westerners could get away with, instead of enough, say, to have decent water, food, sanitation, medicine, income — why wouldn’t it then be perfectly OK to abuse and exploit nature, too?
    The East lost wars, and ended up enslaved. Nature has never really fought back at all — until now. And finally we are seeing how terrible its fury can be. Even the West can’t outrun an age of catastrophe like the one we face now — like I said, it’s already doing worse than the East when it comes to Covid.
    So how do we fix all this? Well, the truth is that “we” probably can’t. I can tell you how, but Westerners by and large aren’t interested. What they seem to be interested in is never changing. In ways to be able to go on living in wasteful, harmful, toxic, abusive, exploitative ways, like Americans are — if you tell them how do that, they will admire and respect you. Gentle and wise Europe has made some progress, it’s true. But mostly, when you tell people like Americans that they must change now, and change fast, they give you the look: their eyes go dead and their jaws tighten. They’re holding in the anger of having to hear something that they don’t want to, aren’t equipped to, can’t handle.
    “We” aren’t going to fix the age of Western overconsumption. What it would take is something like this: the rich West agreeing to pay nature. After all, nature works hard for us — it provides us everything from water to air to food to medicine. If the rich West were ready to agree to pay nature for the work it does — instead of exploit and abuse it — then treaties could be made to compensate Eastern countries and their people. To pay them living wages for doing things like caring for rivers, reefs, forests, oceans, animals, and so forth, instead of just toiling away on assembly lines to make cheap junk for rich Westerners.
    But that is not going to happen, probably. I say that for a very simple reason. I have millions of readers, and the one topic nobody much in the West wants to hear about is fixing the future. They say they want to hear about it. They are constantly asking me what to do about the state of things. But when I write about it, only a handful truly listen. Not even a handful. So what I think the majority of Westerners mean when they ask me what to do is: “tell me a way to never have to change. I want to live the old way — the wasteful, exploitative, abusive way.”
    Having a serious discussion with Westerners, with Americans in particular, about fixing the future has become impossible. That should be self-evident, though. They are not willing to change their lives even when a lethal pandemic is ripping through their societies.
    And yet the rich West is the only part of the world with the money to really allow the future to be fixed. What does that tell you? It tells me it won’t be. And so what will happen, probably, is this. The world will go on spiralling headlong into the new Dark Age its entered. The fools and fanatics and extremists will go on rising to power, because the average person is incapable of change, but the old way of life is collapsing, and in that vacuum is where every fascism is really born.
    Life as you know it really is coming to an end, my friend. The problem? Not enough of us can face that simple fact with courage, grace, truth, kindness, love, and goodness. And so what do you expect to happen? If change can’t, then only collapse is left.

    October 2020

    • rightymouse says:

      Dude needs to move to North Korea, Russia, Cuba or Venezuela. He’d be so HAPPY!

    • Koko says:

      Every thing he asserts is easiliy challengeable.

    • Bunk X says:

      Reminds me of Pinto getting stoned in Animal House.

      Pinto: OK, so that means that our whole solar system could be like one tiny atom in the fingernail of some other giant being Giggle. This is nuts! That means that one tiny atom in my fingernail could be…

      Jennings: …could be one tiny little universe!

      Pinto: Can I buy some pot from you?

  56. Koko says:

    Ha! Just Got an “Apple Support” call on our landline. Yeah not my phucking iPhone. It’s an auto dial robot. If you press 1 as suggested you get transferred to someone in India. Guy starts asking for info. I’m like “You called me!’”. He says the criminals have access to my ip address. Why would Apple give a shit about my ip address? 😆. They’re not an internet provider and hope I go away after I bought their product unless I’m back to buy another one.

  57. dezzez says:

    Learns nothing from the 2016 polls, does happy wallow to 2020 polls, gets pissy when someone points it out

  58. Octopus says:

    Absolutely nothing, Fatass. He’s an older gent who just got out of the hospital. Now, you show us your bloated visage, and we’ll pass it around the internet for some discussion. “Why, it’s a blobfish that’s just eaten ten pizzas a day for ten years. Anyone can see that.”

  59. Octopus says:

    Looks like the Harris skank is on Laughing Gas. 😄

    Free stuff for everyone! Yay! 😂

  60. rightymouse says:

    Kamala says Biden is for fracking and against the Green New Deal. Wow!

  61. rightymouse says:

    Pence nailed his final comments.

    • Bunk X says:

      Pence played it cool. He had a bucket full of shot that he didn’t use – Harris’ attacks on Biden during the primaries, Hunter Biden and China, Biden’s record on segregation.

      Harris’ only plan of action was to repeat all the disproven lies about Trump without attacking Pence directly, lie about the democrat platform and deny everything that she and Biden have said publicly about their proposed policies.

      The fly that came out of Harris’ mouth and landed on Pence’s head was awesome.

  62. Koko says:

    Of course she’s voting for Biden. The media quoted him calling her ugly when it was supposed to be off the record. I hate to sound superficial but the poor thing IS butt ugly even after apparent surgery.


    • Bunk X says:

      Eep! What the hell happened to her??

      • Octopus says:

        Her Reptilian Commander took her on a long vacation to Venus. Her outer skin needs to be re-jiggered.

    • rightymouse says:

      No Republican in their right mind would vote for Biden. Cruz dodged a bullet with her.

      “However, it is not a joy to me to have to say that I think our Republican president has not been a strong leader for his country or his party,” she continued, adding that she thinks Trump “has damaged our party.”

  63. Koko says:


    I guess Stern wants to be the richest skeletor on the airwaves a la Larry King and Don Imus. Retire already. Old men are neither hip nor cool.


  64. Octopus says:

    Wow, that’s clever!

  65. Octopus says:

    At least Sam has some friends, Recluse. Btw, you’re part of the White Old Man Patriarchy. 😆

  66. Octopus says:

    Umm, the WaPo debunked that bullshit, Fimple. And they hate Trump more than you do. Try to keep up! 😆

  67. Octopus says:

    They are just bereft, that Trump recovered so quickly and is back to work destroying their plans. 😆

  68. Octopus says:


    Some things never get old. Hanoi Jane, sadly, is not one of them. Wrinkly old commie prune needs to bow out of political punditry, after this incredible gaffe.

    • rightymouse says:

      She’s a Commie bitch.

      • Octopus says:

        One of the worst. 🤮

        • rightymouse says:

          She’s benefitted personally from our freedoms and capitalism, yet she hates America. EFF HER!

          • Koko says:

            She always seemed like a complete hypocrite. I give her credit for her hard work and success as an actress. She inherited the old man’s charisma, timing and good looks and parlayed it well, falling in with the right actors and directors of her times. And I’m guessing she spent a few nights at some of their houses to “seal the deal”. No biggie during the sexual revolution. She traded on the Fonda name and her sexiness. Jerk or smart modern lady? Not my call. But to champion communists while living life as a pampered pretty princess and eventually ending up with a ruthless media tycoon seems the ultimate sell out. Living on thousands of square miles of stolen Indian land to add insult to injury. Like so many actors they only play smart courageous people. In real life they throw rhetorical bombs then retreat to a life of comfort, uxury, beautiful people and fancy awards dinners.

          • Koko says:

            uxury = luxury

  69. Octopus says:

    Another failed attempt at funneh. 😢

  70. Octopus says:


    My libturd sister is on a “systemic racism”-jag this year, so of course she had to send this article to everyone today. Gee, I’m sorry the racism made you do drugs, crimes, and fight with police until you croaked from an OD, George. 🥴😷💩

  71. dezzez says:

    The streak remains, Fimple on the other hand has lost all sense of reality.

    • dezzez says:

      After trying to drive traffic to lgf with a huge gotcha tying Trump to a kidnapping in MI. Chuck says he wants “FACTS”
      Beyond pathetic Mr. Straw dog

  72. dezzez says:

    Too late fatty, I got it.

    • rightymouse says:

      Heh. 😆

    • Koko says:

      Note…to Chonky: No one cares one lick about the “accuracy” of your idiotic FAILED gotcha attempt. Especially when your usual daily Tweets amount to Trump is a white nationalist Nazi who’s fangs drip the blood of immigrant children and black people. With absolutely zero evidence or justification.

    • Bunk X says:

      Chuckloaf echoes the liars again. Those boogaloo anarchists are not “far right wing.” Dumbass.

      “Boogaloo is not radical right. And that’s one of the misconceptions that’s being essentially perpetuated by the media,” [AG Barr] said. “They are people who believe that the system, the current system, has to be torn down and completely replaced. People join it for different reasons, some have different visions of what the future should look like, but they’re all in agreement, it should be torn down. They’re anarchists.”


      • Bunk X says:

  73. ISTE says:

    This reminds me of me trying to train the kittens.

    I may do a video. One where I break up a play fight while yelling ” Naughty cats!!!! ” then they both attack me. 🙂

  74. Octopus says:

    A guitarist’s guitarist.

  75. Koko says:

    In contrast to Chonk’s shoot in the face brain splattering favorites this show ROCKS and is for mature family oriented adults!

    Netflix dun good on this one and should be praised for it. I don’t think boycotts work anyway. So we must reward the good with praise and punish the bad via shunning and panning.

    No pointless violence nor idiotic simulated sex performed by 23 yr. old recent theater school grads with grandparents tuning in to see their lovely grandchild being sweatily humped in front of millions thanks to some pervert director.

    Hillary Swank is a force. Please don’t tell me about her politics. I’m not listening LA LA LA. LA LA LA…not listening.

    If you like NASA space walks and realistic space depictions and good acting with cast chemistry this show’s for you. It’s set in the near future with a realistic international goal of putting people on Mars mercifully sans the grandstanding of Elon Musk.

    • Octopus says:

      I’ll check it out, based on your rave review. The show’s description had me dreading a lot of Hollywood political rumination, on the long trip to the Red Planet, which is apparently a communist utopia, because Red, you see.

      I just got my wife interested, finally, in watching Mad Men. Eight episodes in, she’s totally hooked. I watched it when it first came out, episode by weekly episode — it’s much better, being able to watch it three episodes at a time. There’s a bit of subtle political jibba-jabba, but at least it’s subtle, instead of screamed at you like most of today’s shows.

  76. Koko says:

    I think it would be appropriate and gentlemanly for Mike to apologize and vow to use her proper surname Ocasio-Cortez in the future. He can claim the heat of the debate moment and that she’s a powerful iconic figure of the left known as AOC, as cause for his lapse. But it’s certainly a reasonable request. He could even butter her up a little and point out if someone said MP no one would know who. But AOC and it’s immediately known.


  77. Koko says:


    Does anyone believe the FBI anymore? Doesn’t it seem coincidental that they investigate the President for his entire term on baseless charges that hamper his Presidency and only benefit his political enemies. Yet they’re amazingly Johnny On The Spot for some leftist hack governor who uses the alleged plot (which doesn’t threaten national security at all) of some loser retard anarchist to …You Guessed It!!!! blame the President!

  78. Octopus says:


    He’s ripping up the GOP now, but tonight he’ll be screaming at the libturds again. 😂

  79. Octopus says:

    As always, Fimple’s accusations are based on nothing, and incorrect. The Streak Must Be Served! 😂

  80. Octopus says:

    I love the Idiot Left fantasizing about packing the Supreme Court, to overcome the conservative advantage. Not gonna happen. FDR tried and failed — Creepy Joe wouldn’t have a chance.

    • rightymouse says:

      Gussy’s for court packing!

  81. Koko says:

    Go Trump 2020!

  82. Koko says:

    LOL! The Biden flotilla.

  83. rightymouse says:

    Am listening to Rush. He has Trump on. PLEASE tune in!!

  84. Octopus says:

    When Motown released their archives of the vocals from most of their biggest hits, some years ago. This one still destroys, although Smokey and some of the Temps stuff is close.

  85. Octopus says:

    Am I the only one who recalls Chonky McFimple loving on Dubya for 8 years? I mean…I know he was “misled,” but he truly loved that man, back when his blog was a real thing. Dubya could do no wrong! 😆

    • Bunk X says:

      Probably worth a dumpster dive for a new thread… if I can get up before the crack of noon…

      • Bunk X says:

        He was kind of ambivalent about Dubya in his comments. Note the date on this one:

        00001256 01095 5 charles Wed, Sep 12, 2001 8:39:59am

        I was very disappointed in that speech, as I’ve been very disappointed and unhappy with almost everything related to George W. Bush. And I have very little confidence in his ability to handle this. That’s why I wrote that I hope he’s able to rise to the challenge. I do hope that. But I fear it won’t happen, based on my impression of Dubya’s character.
        Yes, I do want to be rich (who doesn’t?) and yes, I like to have a good time (who doesn’t?), but I don’t want to be a spoiled rich party boy.
        Quote:Come on…you seem to value politics above patriotism.
        I value humanity above politics.

  86. Koko says:

    I just want to say for the record….I had nothing to do with this abomination of a post/comment thread. This is why Blogmoc only grudgingly acknowledges us😜. I trust fun was had by all.


  87. Koko says:


  88. Koko says:

    An excellent sum up.

  89. Koko says:

    Becuz Steve Scully wuz hacked. Everytime he’s exposed as a biased libturd.

  90. Koko says:

    Poor Lou Dobbs and Maria B. They really thought the Deep State would be exposed. And there would be frog marches and indictments for Brennan and Comey and Strzok. Not. None of it’s illegal. Trump has finally declassified everything with no redactions in a last ditch effort to save this election. They still fail to comply. They know being in the wrong still requires YEARS of lawsuits. Trump must win this on his own. There will be no deus ex machina.

  91. Koko says:

    LOL! Always…. I mean never….

  92. Octopus says:

    My iPhone can’t handle this monstrous thread.

  93. Octopus says:

    She took off with the bad boy, and now she’s going to get forked! 😱

  94. Octopus says:

    Olbie’s still batshit-crazy, after all these years. Walks away from ESPN job so he can rant about Trump. 😂😂


  95. rightymouse says:

    Cindy. Your husband lost because he was a wussy RINO. Your voice isn’t going to help Biden. Oh, and you’re a POS RINO loser. Have fun with Kasich.

    • Octopus says:

      We shopped at a seaside fish market in Greece, when we were traipsing around the islands a few years ago. Flies were all over the place. I think Ms. Harris could be a gracious host, at such an establishment.

  96. Koko says:

  97. Koko says:

    Every Jewish mother’s dream. 😆. It’s unreal.