Little Green Flashback: Spam, Retweet Code & “A Tangy Lime-Green” Link Hover Color

And 30 hours later it all pays off.

All screencaps courtesy of the BRC Archives.

205 Comments on “Little Green Flashback: Spam, Retweet Code & “A Tangy Lime-Green” Link Hover Color”

  1. Octopus says:

    This extended version of the single is the shizzle. Nobody ever touched the psychedelic soul of the Temptations, hard as they tried. I grew up on this strong brew — no wonder the soulless noodling of losers with no talent makes me wanna 🤮.

  2. Octopus says:

    Chonky never met a line of code he couldn’t turn buggy. 😂

    ‘Member the time he took a pic of 5-6 thick tomes about computer coding and making buttons, with the caption something like, “Well, here’s my light reading for the weekend.”

    • Bunk X says:

      His “How To Make A Shiny Green Button” post was lifted directly from an online graphics tutorial. Charles didn’t mention that part.

      • Bunk X says:

        LOL You rascal. YOU posted this in May 2017. It was lifted from a tutorial for Adobe Fireworks CS4 that he was bragging about.

  3. Octopus says:

    “The biggest problem facing me, is that I have this reeking, piss-and-shit-crusted futon fused to my ginormous ass.”

    • Bunk X says:

      In a way he’s right. The GOP is a paper tiger against the fascist dems machine.
      “Okay, you’re in for it now. You better not do that again or we’ll be REALLY mad. We mean it this time.”

      • dezzez says:

        Got to hand it to Fatty, even on the rare occasion that he is right, it’s for the wrong reason.

        • Octopus says:

          I’d be in favor of abandoning the horrible RINO Party forever, but I fear we’d just end up splitting our precious, nullified votes even more, handing more victories to the Socialist Nihilists. Some people think it would be worth it, to destroy the traitorous GOP, but I can only see a Pyrrhic victory. TAKE IT OVER, like President Trump did so magnificently. A kid can dream.

          • rightymouse says:

            The RINOS need to decide if they are truly Republican or Donkeys. They behave more like Donkeys. Am sick of their awful attitudes. Trump owns the Republican Party right now. I hope so, anyway.

  4. Octopus says:

    Ooh…this is troubling. He felt he had to assure his Twitter audience that he was just leaving for a minute, and would be right back with some more silly, unfocused retweets of random cat business. 😢

  5. Octopus says:


    That’s life, you whiny little bitches. Sooner or later, you’re gonna have to deal with that inescapable fact.

  6. Octopus says:

    Talk smack, brace for snark-attack:


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  8. rightymouse says:

    OMG!!! 😯

  9. ISTE says:

    Well, 7:51am here. I am drunk as a skunk. Cod is baking in the oven and I am doing the Nightwish thing here.

    Nemo. Seems appropriate as breakfast is fishy.

  10. Octopus says:

    Just go down to the nearest urban center and play the Knockout Game with the oppressed minority teens. You’ll love it!

    • Octopus says:

      I was gonna try to be less white today, but then hit me with this crippler:

      Ethnicity Estimate:

      Munster, Ireland
      North Kerry & North Cork
      Central Ireland
      East Roscommon & Longford


      England & Northwestern Europe

      Germanic Europe


      …it’s the Baltic part that has me the most worried. The only Lithuanian guy I ever knew was a complete dickhead, and ended up in prison for robbing a donut shop at gunpoint. 😱😄

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    • rightymouse says:

      Another racist teacher.

      • Bunk X says:

        “US First Lady Michelle Obama reads the newly updated edition of Dr. Seuss’s “Oh, the Things You Can Do That Are Good For You” to local students during a “Let’s Read! Lets Move!” event in the East Room of the White House in Washington, DC, January 21, 2015″ -Getty Images

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  14. rightymouse says:

    Seen at Instapundit. 😆

  15. rightymouse says:

    Wasn’t the one who organized the LGF cookbook? If so, she bailed some time ago.

  16. Octopus says:

    From the Urban Dictionary:

    “Blue Anon”

    A loosely organized network of Democrat voters, politicians and media personalities who spread left-wing conspiracy theories such as the Russia Hoax, Jussie Smollett hoax, Ukraine hoax, Covington Kids hoax, and Brett Kavanaugh hoax. Blue Anon adherents fervently believe that right-wing extremists are going to storm Capitol Hill any day now and “remove” lawmakers from office, hence the need for the deployment of thousands of National Guard stationed at the U.S. Capitol.

    Hey, did you see that brave Democrat sitting on the Capitol Steps on March 5 to “send a message to QAnon?”

    “Uh, yeah, that was Blue Anon, yo.”

    by Mrs. Tibbs March 05, 2021

  17. Bunk X says:


    • Octopus says:


    • rightymouse says:

      She’s pissed. 😆

    • poteen2 says:

      Rolling Stones tunes seem to have that effect on people. Altamont Lite.

      • Octopus says:

        Who knocked over her motorcycle?! 😡

        I remember the first time I watched “Gimme Shelter, looking forward to seeing my favorite rock band kick out some live jams, only vaguely aware there was “some trouble with Hell’s Angels” at the show. What a shitshow! Very depressing. Ruined my buzz. 😄

        There was one great sequence in the film where they were listening to “Wild Horses,” though. Such kids they still were.

        • Bunk X says:

          Lol. They hired the Hell’s Angels as security!

          • Octopus says:

            There are a couple of excellent books about how EVERYTHING was wrong about that show, but the Hell’s Angels they thought they were getting were not the ones they got. They thought they were hiring the groovy ones from San Francisco, who were pals with the Grateful Dead and had a close, druggy relationship with the leading hippies of the time. They also had used London Hell’s Angels in their Hyde Park concert, who were a much mellower breed than their American counterparts.

            They ended up with one of the scruffiest, angriest chapters in America, the San Jose chapter, which had just fought and won a bloody, protracted turf-war over meth dealing territory. They were also “auditioning” about 20 prospects, who were eager to show their elders their capacity for kicking ass. Armed them all with pool cues, too. And hilarity ensued.

            The black guy who was stabbed to death was no innocent bystander, btw. He was a low-level drug dealer who’d been up shooting meth all night, and he started the melee that led to his ugly demise by trying to climb onstage. When he pulled the gun, that was it for him.

  18. rightymouse says:

    I wish Dewhine of Ohio would get over himself.

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  20. rightymouse says:

    More of ‘cats are assholes’.

  21. rightymouse says:

    I can’t even. 😆

  22. rightymouse says:

    Yeah. Well. Eff you too!

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  24. rightymouse says:

    Nope. Just stoner idiots like you.

  25. dezzez says:

    The way loons like you are going, they will likely get it too.

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  27. Octopus says:

    Brilliant essay from the great V.D. Hanson.

  28. rightymouse says:


    • Octopus says:

      The wild Injuns used to cut dicks off, too. Their captured enemies, while they were torturing them to death. See how we’ve progressed!

      • rightymouse says:

        Never heard of that. Just scalping. 😯

        • Octopus says:

          Oh, they were experts at torturing. Skinning alive, burning people slowly to death, keeping them alive as long as possible, etc. It’s not talked about in polite circles, of course.

          • rightymouse says:

            Didn’t know that. Was it prevalent in all the tribes or just a few??

          • Octopus says:

            I don’t think it was all tribes, but the Plains Indians like Arapaho, Sioux, Shoshone, Cheyenne and Utes practiced it, for sure. As well as existing in a constant state of warfare with other tribes over territory, involving terror-raids, stealing horses, squaws and children, and enslaving those of the latter two groups they didn’t seem worthy of adoption or becoming second, third, or fourth wives. Women did all the scut-work, of course, while the men hunted and made war.

          • rightymouse says:

            Am going to research this some more. Thanks!

        • Octopus says:

          It should be noted, that white people in the 17th and 18th centuries, and after, also practiced some brutal torture on their fellow men and women. Humans are bloody savages, beneath the thin veneer of civilization. Warlike? Yeah, we likey war!

          I just have to chuckle when I hear people talking about the peaceful, environmentally-conscious, noble Native Americans. Yes, they got fucked over and driven to near-extinction by white Europeans, due to technology and sheer numbers, along with the violent clash in philosophy of how to live. They sure weren’t alone in that, when it comes to global history. It’s the story of mankind. And Nature, for that matter.

          • Octopus says:

            Apparently it was also traditional in Eastern Woodland tribes:


            In the eastern woodlands cultural area (roughly encompassing the eastern one-half of the United States, and the southern portion of Quebec and Ontario), cultural traditions for dealing with captives predated the arrival of Europeans, and involved either adoption or execution by torture.[citation needed]

            Some captives were adopted into their captors’ tribe. Adoption frequently involved the captive receiving the name of a deceased member of the captors’ tribe, and receiving the deceased’s social status (becoming a member of the family of the deceased person).[7] Children and teenage girls seem to have been normally adopted.[citation needed]

            Male and female captives as well as teenage boys, would usually face death by ritual torture.[8][9] The torture had strong sacrificial overtones, usually to the sun.[10] Captives, especially warriors, were expected to show extreme self-control and composure during torture, singing “death songs”, bragging of one’s courage or deeds in battle, and otherwise showing defiance.[11] The torture was conducted publicly in the captors’ village, and the entire population (including children) watched and participated.[12] Common torture techniques included burning the captive, which was done one hot coal at a time, rather than on firewood pyres; beatings with switches or sticks, jabs from sharp sticks as well as genital mutilation and flaying while still alive. Captives’ fingernails were ripped out. Their fingers were broken, then twisted and yanked by children. Captives were made to eat pieces of their own flesh, and were scalped and skinned alive. Such was the fate of Jamestown Governor John Ratcliffe. The genitalia of male captives were the focus of considerable attention, culminating with the dissection of the genitals one slice at a time. To make the torture last longer, the Native Americans and the First Nations would revive captives with rest periods during which time they were given food and water. Tortures typically began on the lower limbs, then gradually spread to the arms, then the torso. The Native Americans and the First Nations spoke of “caressing” the captives gently at first, which meant that the initial tortures were designed to cause pain, but only minimal bodily harm. By these means, the execution of a captive, especially an adult male, could take several days and nights.[13]

            In contrast to the Eastern Woodlands tribes, peoples of the Northwest Coast (encompassing the coastal regions of Oregon, Washington, British Columbia, and southeastern Alaska), enslaved war captives. Slaves were traded and were a valuable commodity. More importantly, enslaved captives were given as gifts during a potlatch ceremony to enhance the prestige of the gift giver. Some scholars believe that slaves performed major economic roles in this region and comprised a permanent social class and a significant proportion of the population, though this has proved to be controversial.[14][15]

          • rightymouse says:

            I know some stories from my mother’s side of the family about Indian atrocities committed against ancestors, but will dig deeper.

          • Bunk X says:

            These people are in my family tree, and the story was told to me by my grandfather. It appears in the History of Jefferson County(?), a large leather-bound volume printed in the early 1900s. The story I recall was that the boys slit the chief’s throat.

            By 1788 James [Johnson] had moved his family across the Ohio River into what was then known as Washington County which had been formed that same year as an original county of the Northwest Territory. In 1797 this area would become part of the newly formed Jefferson County, Ohio. Here James bought some improvements on what was called Beach Bottom Flats, located two and a half miles from the river, and three or four miles above the mouth of Short creek, with the expectation of holding by improvement right under the Virginia claim. Soon after he reached there, the Indians became troublesome; they stole horses, and killed a number of persons in our neighborhood. In October, 1788 his 11 year old son Henry and his 13 year old son John were captured by two Indians. During the night the boys gained their freedom by shooting one Indian and clubbing the other with a tomahawk. The entire adventure was written out a detailed statement by Henry Johnson in 1851.

            Here’s another source:

          • Octopus says:

            Nice job of escaping and killing the enemy on the way out of Dodge! Phew.

          • Bunk X says:

            Coming near Fort Carpenter in the early morning, they saw some men getting ready to go in search of them and heard their mother exclaim,“ Poor little fellows, they are killed or taken prisoners.” “No mother,” cried out John, “We are here again.”

            The story of their killing the Indians was doubted by the men at first, but getting up a party, John conducted them to the spot where the struggle had occurred. The dead body of the Indian whom John had tomahawked was found, but the other Indian had crawled away with the gun. His body was found some time afterwards. Doddridge says that “at the treaty with Wayne, a friend of the Indians who were killed asked, ‘What had become of the boys who killed the Indians on Short creek?’ He was told that they lived at the same place with their parents. The Indian replied: ‘You have not done right, you should have made kings of those boys.'” The two Indians killed were of the Delaware tribes, and one of them a chief. The place where these boys performed their brave act, is located in Wells township, and it is said the government donated Section 9 in that township to them in honor of their brave deed.”

            History of the Upper Ohio Valley, 1890

            Great Grandma Daisy’s great grandpa or uncle or something.

          • Octopus says:

            White Privilege! 😆

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  31. rightymouse says:

    Fatso & Gussy could learn from this if they had brains.

    • Octopus says:

      Yep, that’s it.

      • rightymouse says:

        I’ve lived around communist countries. I know what they look like & smell like, especially in the early stages. In Asia, they took root in those countries that had a large, uneducated, mostly agrarian population and the leaders promised to punish land-owners/the wealthy & give everything to the masses. Equality. Yeah. Right. What happened was starvation, distribution of goods (quotas on crops and then most taken by government), genocide (Cambodia) and equal misery. No thanks.

        • Bunk X says:

          Same in the USSR. Stalin sent members of his aggie ministry to the U.S. in the 1930s to learn how we were able to feed so many. The agniks learned how to mass produce kielbasa.

  32. Octopus says:

    Has Ten-Chin-Man-Baby been captured by wild Injuns? Did they turn him over to the squaws for their tender ministrations? 😱

    Die like a coward, Fatass. 😂

  33. Octopus says:

    Cover your ears, Gus! 😂

  34. rightymouse says:

    Spring is in the air! It’s 53 degrees F.

    • Octopus says:

      We hit 63 today, and it’s going higher tomorrow. Yee-hah! 😃

      I love the seasons in Michigan, including the cold one. But I’m ready for Spring, and hopefully a mostly pandemic-free summer. Travel and family get-together on weekends. Normalcy, to the extent possible under this demented government’s illegitimate reign.

  35. Octopus says:

    If Gus had a nickel for every time he’s posted something similar about Twitter, which has eaten his life, he’d have a big ol’ pile of nickels. 😆

    Really?! Twitter is censoring things they don’t agree with, now?
    You’ve got yourself quite a scoop there, Newsguy. Run with it!

  36. Octopus says:

    I mean, he REALLY fucking loves Science!

    Didn’t finish high school, but he’s a Science Genius.

  37. Octopus says:

    Maybe some of them actually read the massive boondoggle? Of which 91% of the deficit-spending spree is non-Covid-relief pork?

  38. rightymouse says:

    For the men. 😆

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  41. Octopus says:

    What. A. Loser!! 😂😂

  42. Octopus says:

    I’m sensing a disconnect, here. 😂

  43. Octopus says:


  44. Abu bin Squid (penis penis penis lol) says:

    Hello, all.
    Thought of Butthurt Charles and one of the frequent posters at LGF having it out about openly encouraging ad blockers.
    Does that ring a bell? Wanna say the poster walked away with a Fatty issuing a face saving ban.

    • Octopus says:

      I vaguely recall that one. Chonky got butthurt, too. 😂

      • Bunk X says:

        Daedalus called him out on it, too.

        • Bunk X says:

          118 Charles Mon, Mar 8, 2010 10:17:14am
          re: #103 Aceofwhat?

          Not only that…here, all this time, i’ve randomly clicked through on them in my own little attempt to keep CJ’s revenue stream going.
          Now all i have to do is keep making sure they’re not blocked??

          Clicking on ads does generate more revenue than just viewing them, by the way.

          125 Charles Mon, Mar 8, 2010 10:24:28am
          I have to say, I think it’s pretty damned crass, in a thread that’s specifically about how blocking ads hurts me personally, to pop in and start saying it’s just too bad, you don’t care, and advocate that other people use ad blockers.
          I’m disappointed in some people in this thread. But it definitely does clarify a few things; it lets me know how much value you put on LGF.
          And I appreciate those who are helping support the site.

          149 Charles Mon, Mar 8, 2010 10:36:16am
          re: #144 euphgeek

          Just disabled AdBlock for this site. I may start doing it for other sites whose ads are not too intrusive.

          Thanks. I do have a policy against intrusive ads, and will block any Adsense ad that goes over the line by making noise or popping up a window, etc.

  45. Bunk X says:

    We got some weather coming. Clouds to the east were moving south, those on the west were going north. IT’S AN EDDY!

    • poteen2 says:

      EDDY would go.

      • Bunk X says:

        You going for any of that PPP stimulus “forgivable loan” money? I’m skittish about applying. Dowloaded about 100 pages of legal garbage in .pdf.

        • poteen2 says:

          Nope. Staying away from anything that may invite the IRS back into my checking acct. Don’t trust the gov’t at all, anymore. Been round and round with them twice. one loss and one draw. The draw still cost me.

          • Bunk X says:

            Guy I was doing work for suggested that I look into it. My gut reaction gave me an image of a figure-4 box trap. Nice piece of cheese in there… until the rules change.

          • poteen2 says:

            Exactly. You pay them back somehow. For every rule that says one thing they have 2 that say the opposite.

    • Bunk X says:

      WooHoo! Rain’s coming down in buckets!
      Okay, now it stopped.

      • Octopus says:

        Sunny and 66, later on today. 🙂

        • Octopus says:

          There was a guy at LGF who used to post a detailed weather forecast, complete with links to GOES satellites and everything. Every morning. I think he was a weather guy, somewhere, or maybe a retired one.

          • Bunk X says:

            975 Charles Wed, Apr 2, 2008 9:51:11pm
            re: #966 Sleepyone
            You stopped using your previous account when you got into a fight with some other users about the appropriateness of banning Ed the weatherman — who has since proven to be a bigger jerk than anyone ever thought possible. And here you are again questioning whether I’m running LGF correctly.

  46. Octopus says:

    Gus on a rampage! 😆

    Why are Californians so defensive about their shitty ass state? Asking for a friend.
    4 hours ago
    California is a garbage state. Have you ever been south of San Diego? Where all the gang banger perverts live?
    4 hours ago
    I’m just asking questions. Why are people from California so defensive about their shitty ass crappy state?
    4 hours ago
    That’s my only question. Why are people from California so defensive about their crappy cold shitty ass expensive……
    4 hours ago
    Californians are so defensive about their shitty ass expensive state. Why is that?
    4 hours ago
    You’re not my problem.
    4 hours ago
    Can’t blame them. Socialists are insane.…
    4 hours ago

    Funny thing is, Gus votes like a blue-dog Dummycrat in every election. Why is he bitching about the very government he supports wholeheartedly?

  47. rightymouse says:


  48. rightymouse says:

    I didn’t watch the Oprah interview, but have read stuff at Daily Mail. Saw this at Instapundit and LMAO. 😆

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  50. rightymouse says:

    Get a job!!

  51. rightymouse says:

    We’re going to our club downtown in about an hour because it’s a special day! They’re opening back up after shuttering the windows before Xmas. Am so glad!!!

    • Octopus says:

      Thank God, they survived this shit!

      • rightymouse says:

        They are a club dedicated to the performing arts. We had a super time with our friends.

        • Octopus says:

          That sounds great! I got together with some old work-flunkies of mine for a few beers, at a local pub that is shutting down completely at the end of the month due to having lost about $600k this calendar year. The place was pretty much packed, and the bar food was delicious as usual, while the beer selection was amazing. The owner brought us a round of double-shots of our favorite whiskeys, as a thank you for decades of support. Thanks to Covid, Fauci, Whittmer and all the Karens for ruining another fine local business!

          • rightymouse says:

            Makes my blood boil to hear about businesses that are gone because of moronic governors.

  52. Octopus says:

    The gurlz have taken over the comics industry, totally knocking it’s dick in the dirt and ruining everything about comics.

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  57. rightymouse says:

    Fatso is SO funny!! Not.

  58. rightymouse says:

    I’d like to know where the t-shirts came from!!!

  59. rightymouse says:

    It’s 60 degrees Fahrenheit right now, although it’s a cloudy day.

  60. dezzez says:

    It’s called water Chuck, most people wash in it, try it sometime.

  61. dezzez says:

    The vaccine came under Trumps watch no matter how much you flail around, lardass.
    But stealing credit for others accomplishments does make you two, very much alike.