Charles’ Nightmares

217 Comments on “Charles’ Nightmares”

  1. rightymouse says:

    My reaction to Fatso’s stupid tweets:

    • poteen2 says:

      Psycho analysis by Sigmund Poteen.

      Charlie’s first nightmare is that the pop drivel that he wrote and played didn’t get him a hot, bad (in more ways than one), singer/wife and a bank full of dollars. And no it was never Jazz.

      In the second, his Freudian emotion toward his mother is apparent in his disdain for the classic June Cleaver 50s mom that she was. But she kept his comic books.

  2. rightymouse says:

    Cats are more interesting than Fatass…

  3. rightymouse says:

    Another idiotic, dumbass tweet.

    • Bunk X says:

      The programming genius doesn’t understand algorithms?
      He built several into LGF, and one of them squelched certain words that sent the comment into Chuck Purgatory until he either freed them or deleted them and then grabbed the Stinky Beaumont Ban Stick.

  4. Octopus says:

    Suddenly, my phone can handle this pithy thread!
    What perfect gem of wit and wisdom do I post, to celebrate?
    I got nuthin’. 😀

    Here’s a lovely cover of a Leadbelly song, by Kurt Cobain in 1989 – 33 YEARS AGO!! 😱😆

    I suspect there aren’t many Cobain fans around here, but I think this is one of Kurt’s best vocals ever.

    • rightymouse says:

      Good to see ya, Octo!! This Cobain song is a bit head-pounding for a Sunday morning.
      Here’s my song this morning. 🙂

      • Octopus says:

        That’s also quite lovely! And no talk of beating your wife on a Sunday, which is refreshing. 👍🏻😀

        I happened across an article last night by some music critic, talking about why some singers connect so strongly with their audience, despite not being conventionally great singers, perfectly on key with pleasing tone and whatnot. It’s something I’ve always wondered about. The critic called this elusive quality, the “yarragh.” He went on to name a bunch of singers who have it, or sometimes have it. Cobain definitely had it, in spades. Van Morrison has had it, lost it, regained it, and lost it again. It’s difficult to define, but it’s something about making the song seem real, like a living thing, instead of just a song you’re performing.

        Then I had to look up, “Nirvana’s last song,” just to hear how Kurt was singing in his final days. “You Know You’re Right,” was recorded just a couple months before Kurt took his life in April,1994. He was in severe distress the last year of his life, with a seemingly-incurable stomach ailment they now think was severe IBS. The only thing that stopped the pain was heroin. He knew it was an unsustainable “cure,” but then he couldn’t kick it, and didn’t really want to, due to the stomach pain that came right back when he was clean.

        Anyway…the song is hard to listen to. And not just, “that’s because it’s a shitty song” as some snarky commenter said on YouTube. I hear a person in real pain. I hear the yarragh,

        • rightymouse says:

          Surely, there were other remedies for Cobain’s discomfort? I’ve never understood the attraction to drugs, except for people who are suffering from a terminal illness like cancer. Even when I cracked a rib or fractured my shoulder (new dog pulling me to the ground), I was very careful to limit the prescription pain-killers. Watching the videos of people zoned out on heroin & fentanyl is horrifying.

          • poteen2 says:

            Opioids are fantastic at numbing immediate physical pain from an injury.
            Not so good for chronic pain as long term use usually leads to what the video above shows.
            We all have examples, family and friends, in our lives of rampant pain killer use screwing up lives. The addict starts to sober up, sees what has happened to them and goes right back to make the emotional pain go away as well.
            The only ones that come back are the ones that just quit. Quitting is easy. John Lennon did it. It’s easy but it’s going to hurt. They are going to feel all the pain they’ve suppressed over time AND all the pain they’ve caused. Just to get back where they started. Most won’t do it.
            I hate drugs. Never got involved in that culture. But it still damn near got me killed years ago and I lost a lot of friends and a few family to it. My father warned me off. As a pro musician he saw a lot of talent and lives wasted on the needle and the pipe. Told me if I ever went there he’d just kill me and make another. It was easier for all involved. I listened.
            Roll up all the junkies for the petty crimes they commit and sentence them to 180days in a tent facility like Joe Arpaio had. Give them rehab and counseling.
            Drone the drug lords and their gangs. Next man up, kill him too.
            Not that hard once you identify the causes.

          • rightymouse says:

            I grew up in Bangkok. In HS during the late 60’s I remember the kids who died from heroin overdoses. I tried pot and it never did anything for me. Drugs seemed like a stupid choice in life. They still do.

          • Octopus says:

            I agree with everything said above about opioids. However…the IBS that plagued Kurt also caused the mother of one of my neighborhood friends to jump off a highway overpass, trying to escape the pain. She somehow survived that, despite breaking her back and both legs. She lived on opiates for the next ten years, before dying of pneumonia.

            Kurt wanted to be happy, but his angst was rooted deep in his childhood. The success was totally unexpected- his dream was to have a punk band that could make a living off playing, and then, all of a sudden, he sold millions of records and had millions of dollars. He couldn’t relate at all to this level of popularity, or the masses of people now jamming his concerts. And there was the stomach pain, along with the endless misery of living on the road, which has destroyed much stronger, more-stable people. The kid never really had a chance.

          • Octopus says:

            The zombies in that video. 😱 I think the one near the beginning was pregnant, with a baby zombie. Help!

        • windbag says:

          Johnny Cash was another one who wasn’t a particularly good singer. A friend correctly noted that “He couldn’t sing, but goodness that man could emote.” He was another soul who struggled with addiction.

          • Octopus says:

            Yes, indeed. Cash had it. Some others come to mind, like Jagger, Dylan, Joplin, Stevie Nicks, and we can’t leave Neil Young off this list.

          • Octopus says:

            All of these had their problems with substance abuse, with the possible exception of Jagger, who liked to party and dabble but but never to the point of wrecking himself or his career.

  5. rightymouse says:

    I hope so!!!

    • poteen2 says:

      I’d laugh till it hurt if Fox hired Stelter to “Media Report” on the new CNN programming. Especially if it was a segment on Gutfeld.

      • Abu penis penis penis lol says:

        I texted 2 buddies to announce the final Reliable Sources was appointment viewing. I was unable to make it past the opening segment with Carl Bernstein. The final nail was when Tater asked Carl to opine on “climate change”. 😠🤮

        • Octopus says:

          Has Fatass commented on the “sad demise” of CNN? I haven’t seen anything, but I’ve been slacking on the Chonky-watch. I did see where his very close, personal friend Stephen King was bemoaning the cancellation of Stelter’s Reliable Idiots show. 😂😂

  6. Octopus says:

    I started talking to a younger relative today, who came of age in the ‘90’s, and also loves the punk/grunge that came to save us rockers from boy-bands and other horrid pop-offerings of that time. Yes, there was a lot of absurd political sophistry, leaning way Left, and hating on Reagan-Bush politics as if they were Hitler re-animated. Ho-hum…yes, I was too dumb back then to wipe the libturd-scales from my eyes. But mainly, I just wanted to hear dirty guitars and pounding drums again. My young nephew-by-marriage also wanted to get high and holler at the moon.
    Long pointless story short, he now has a daughter entering middle school, and looking older than her age. With opinions on things. And a son right behind her, who decided recently he wants to play electric guitar. Heheh…oh, boy. Buckle-in, buddy. The next decade is going to be “interesting times.” 😂

    • poteen2 says:

      Hey Octo. Speaking of interesting times, do you remember back in the early 70s CJOM radio out of Sarnia Ontario? They had a crazy-ass DJ on there by the name of Frazier Smith.

      • Bunk X says:

        Too hip.
        Gotta go.

        • poteen2 says:

          Shecky, get the jet!

        • poteen2 says:

          He started the “Too hip. Gotta go” in Canada. It meant he got another suspension. He played the tunes we wanted to hear and messed with authority. A lot.
          Landed in LA right after we did and surprised us.

          • Octopus says:

            You California hippies always confused us Midwestern rubes. One time I tried to pick up a girl whose parents had just moved to the Detroit-area for work, and she ripped me several new ones for liking the local rock scene, and not knowing much about the Grateful Dead. Boy, did I feel stooped. Tragically, my experimentation with hallucinogenic drugs did not coincide with my exposure to Grateful Dead and other jam bands of their ilk. Oh, well. It’s not like I never got wasted and zoned-out on long jams, like the Allman Brothers, Led Zep and other bands served up in the 70’s. Even our own Bob Seger, who that gal especially disrespected, had some nice jams in a live-setting. Like zees:

          • Bunk X says:

            I had a similar reaction when I moved to CA in 1980.
            Friends from the eastern realms would come to visit, and at some point each one of them said something like, “What’s wrong with the radio out here?”

          • Bunk X says:

            J. Geils Band yes.
            Bob Seger Silver Bullet Band no.

      • Octopus says:

        Not on my radio radar, Poteen. My Canadian station was CKLW, out of Windsor. Top-40. Then, the FM-Stereo rock stations took over Detroit, and me. The DJs would play anything, and they were SO cool, sometimes sounding stoned on the air. It was so great, compared to the tightly-programmed playlists that took over from looser, AOR-type conventions in the late-70’s and early-80’s.

        • poteen2 says:

          That’s what I remember.
          CKLW was the straight station. CJOM was out of Sarnia and had kind of a wild reputation. I was talking to my brother and Smith came up. He was forever in trouble for swearing on the radio. We all loved to listen. Moved from Wayne County MI to Orange County CA in 1975. About a year later Smith shows up on KROQ in LA. The rebel station out here. Did very well over the years. It took a few beers for us to remember CJOM and Sarnia.

          • Octopus says:

            I used to play hockey in those environs, for a few years in my youth. We would do these awkward, weekend-long visits, where we would get assigned to a player on the other side of the border, and spend a night with their family, and then vice-versa. It was fun-ish, except my teams were always on the losing end, and I was pretty shy back then, so it took me awhile to make friends with the strange Canucks. I do recall one family I stayed with in Woodstock, Quebec, whose Dad was kind of on the outs with the family, and showed up kind of loud and belligerent, but then bought me two hockey sticks at the hockey stick factory his friend owned. My counterpoint on the Canadian team, er, my host boy, had some unflattering things to say about his dear old Dad. Oh, well. They were good sticks. 😆

  7. Octopus says:

    RIP, Kurt.

  8. rightymouse says:

    WEF is made up of morons.

    • Octopus says:

      It’s racist not to eat bugs. The insanity is beyond the realm. 😂

      • rightymouse says:

        I adore escargots done properly, but I won’t eat bugs. One time in Bangkok, the maid’s sister/relative from up-country was subbing for her and used our toaster to cook a cricket/bug and it blew up. Guts all over the toaster.

        • Octopus says:

          That makes it nice, having insect-guts all over.

          This reminds me – last week, when we were dog-sitting Big Alphonse, my daughter’s German Shepherd, he ate a firefly right out of the air. He had been watching them fly around us, and just decided to sample one. One was enough – he ignored them after that.

    • windbag says:

      Maybe it’s racist of other cultures not to want to transition away from a bug-based diet?

  9. rightymouse says:

    😆 😆

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  11. rightymouse says:

    So glad she lost the primary in Wyoming.

  12. rightymouse says:

    😆 😆

  13. rightymouse says:

    LMAO!!!!!!! 😆

  14. rightymouse says:

    Fauxi is stepping down in December. Can’t wait.

    • rightymouse says:

      Fauxi knows his head would be on the chopping block once we took over the House & Senate anyway. What a coward.

    • Bunk X says:

      Fauci ain’t the only player. He’s just the figurehead who couldn’t keep his mouth shut – and I’m glad he didn’t. He’s exposed his own lies.

      • poteen2 says:

        In my lifetime I’ve been certified as a Nurses aide and an EMT. I had to learn basic infection control.
        Cuomo, Murphy,Whitmer and to some extent Newsom ordered infected patients back to their nursing homes to ‘save the ICU beds’. Those ICU beds are there for old and/or compromised respiratory patients. Most Skilled nursing facilities aren’t equipped for that kind of care and assisted living facilities are set up for social interaction, not isolation. That was stupid, killed a lot of Grandmas and Fauci never said a word about it.. That’s when I was sure he was a useless political bastard.

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  15. Octopus says:

    I’m still not convinced the Red Wave is going to get is back the majority. After the Great Steal, I have little to no faith in the electoral process. And then I see that pos-RINO Mitch McConnell saying we probably won’t regain the majority – what does that Turtle Man know?

    All of us here understand that the GOP (with too few exceptions) doesn’t actually want to stand and fight. They didn’t want Trump rocking the boat, and messing with their grift. They want things the way they are now, where they can sit back and pretend to be offended by the latest Dem insanity.

    Man…I’m really feeling negative and cynical today. Sorry! Hate to be spraying the shit-mist around, on such a beautiful late-summer day. Really do hate it.

    • rightymouse says:

      Am praying that the RINOs get creamed in November and McConnell feels a wedgie in his underwear.

      • Octopus says:

        I’m right there with you on that. May the Red Wave wash all of these scumbags into the blood-red tide, with ravenous sharks chomping on their entrails.

    • poteen2 says:

      You’re not cynical. You’re rational. You know Joe Jibberish Biden didn’t get 80 million votes.
      I don’t think the democrats are going to let the red wave happen. They’ve been fudging elections for 200 years. In 2020 it was all out in the open and obvious. They don’t have any choice but to do it again or some of them might go to jail. They have the people and systems in place. Especially here in CA. The dems choose the winners. Loretta Sanchez was the Golden Girl for years until Barbara Boxer retired. Then she had the temerity to run against Harris for the Senate Seat. She can’t even win a school board seat these days.
      When they hijack the next one that won’t go over well. It’ll get violent.
      Democrats have put themselves between a rock and a hard place.
      Republicans are hiding under that rock.
      Trump is sitting on his bulldozer waiting for his grading permit.

  16. rightymouse says:

    • Octopus says:

      That’s what my main man Mike Rowe would call a “dirty job.” 😀

    • windbag says:

      Some friends’ kid worked in the oil fields in ND (like his dad). He said starting pay was $25/hr. You work 12-hour shifts for two weeks, then get two weeks off. So, with overtime, you’re working 84 hours a week. 40 hours @ $25 and 44 hours at $37.50 is $2,650/wk. That’s almost $70K/yr. And you get two weeks off every month.

      He said they couldn’t keep help. People would work a few days or maybe a couple of weeks and quit. If I was an 18-year old kid, I’d jump at that. Yeah, it’s dangerous, nasty, dirty, freezing in the winter, and hot in the summer, but you work your way up from that nasty level. That’s how life works.

      • Bunk X says:

        Kinda what I did at 17-18. I’d been working summer jobs as bus boy / bell hop for under minimum wage ($1.10/hr) + tips when I got a job at a union factory loading trucks and making asbestos mill board on a machine built in the 1920s. Bumped up to $20/hr + overtime for 12 hour days. Brutal work but the pay was great, and once we went back to 8 hour days it was like vacation.

        • Octopus says:

          That was very similar to my first job out of high school, at GM Hydra-Matic. I’ve talked about it before. Made a man out of me. 💪🥵 💵👍🏻

          • Bunk X says:

            I remember the older guys who judged a person by the callouses on their hands. So I decided to get me some callouses. Didn’t change things: “You’re just a school boy,” said the guys who had repeated more than one grade level. I hung out with the black guys instead. They were more fun.

  17. Octopus says:

    I found this fascinating. Not Jewish myself, and almost all the Jewish people I know are secular types. It’s different to read the pov of a religious person who actually believes the religious precepts, and expects the rabbis to observe them as well.

    • rightymouse says:

      My ex-boss (RIP) was Jewish. His grandfather was a Rabbi. His parents/grandparents were immigrants from eastern Europe. His mother was a socialist as was one brother, who then became a squishy Republican. My ex-boss was liberal, collected guns, but didn’t like the NRA. He was extremely intelligent when it came to inventing things, but lost in space regarding his personal life. He divorced his 2nd wife to marry a dumb-as-a-rock medicated bi-polar woman much younger than him because (he told me) she was good in bed. He died early this year and I miss him.

      • Abu penis penis penis lol says:

        You always spoke highly of him here. He was good to you as you were to him, as I recall.

        Odd how someone with the background just described isn’t a hard core socialist hater. They instead vote dem. 🫤

        • rightymouse says:

          He didn’t think/talk about politics very much. But as a Democrat, he did things that were the opposite of what one would expect. Like the time a Union guy came to his office and subtly threatened him if the company did not unionize. He pulled a gun out from his desk, pointed it at the union asshole and said something like ‘it would be a shame if my assistant was on the other side of the wall when I pull the trigger’. He told me the asshole wet his pants and left. The employees voted against unionization.
          The Dept. of Labor was in bed with these assholes too at the time.

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    • windbag says:

      I was watching this video yesterday and thought “Thank God for people who are willing to work in desolate, empty places just so we can have food.” This guy’s channel is a hoot and I’ve learned a lot about farming, too. The complexity of farming shatters (or ought to) the stereotype of the ignorant, backwards farmer.

      • rightymouse says:

        Hubby & I live out in the country here in NE Ohio. Lots of farms nearby & we’re close to Amish farm country. We LOVE it! 🙂

        • windbag says:

          Something the left fails to comprehend is that city folks need country folks to survive. Country folks don’t need city folks to survive. I’ve lived in the country all my life, except for five years of Purgatory while living in Charlotte, NC, and don’t plan to live in another city ever again.

          • Bunk X says:

            I’ve watched this James Burke clip numerous times.

          • Octopus says:

            I remember listening to these two guys who used to handle electrical and telephone repairs and installation in our office, back in the Before Times, when survivalism was all the rage and people were stockpiling food, water, guns and whatnot like crazy. I believe it was during George H.W. Bush’s administration, and then into Clinton. They were ready! I mean, they thought they were ready, for the coming societal breakdown.
            Sure, you could possibly buy some time with a crapload of supplies, but eventually, and before very long, you’d be driven out of your bunker by attackers, sanitation issues, or your nagging wife/bratty kids. It’s just not a long-term solution.

          • windbag says:

            When things go south, it’ll get ugly.

          • rightymouse says:

            The ending was unexpected. 😆 😯

          • windbag says:

            Yeah, I don’t think he’s going to be able to pull that one out of the ditch. In addition to the domestic wasteland he just created, he’s friendless now as well.

      • Octopus says:

        Keep your hands out of those blades!! 😱😆

  19. Octopus says:

    I just watched the movie, “Prey,” on Hulu. It’s a rough-and-tumble little flick! A prequel of sorts to the Old Ahnuld classic, “Predator.” There was some jibba-jabba online about it being woke, due to having a female protagonist, but it’s really not that kind of “Mary Sue”-project, like the recently-scuttled “Batgirl,” or the all-female “Ghostbusters”-debacle. There actually existed female Native Americans who became hunters and warriors, despite their gender. Some bitches are too bad to be kept at home, while the men have all the fun of killing and stuff.

    Anyway, you suspends your disbelief, and you enjoys your movie. 😆

  20. Bunk X says:

    Der Trollermeister

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  23. rightymouse says:

    Mental illness on display

  24. Octopus says:

    Here’s a very special pronoun-pioneer, cutting right to the chase and using “God” as God’s pronoun, because God, you idiots!

  25. rightymouse says:

    Gussy’s getting red-pilled. 😆

  26. Octopus says:

    I work hard on this page, (not as hard as I could, perhaps, but pretty hard), to avoid the politics of the moment, and comment only on topics that impact the foundation I’m proud to run – a foundation that awards work-ethic scholarships to individuals who choose to forego an expensive, four-year education in favor of a skilled trade. When I do weigh in, I try to acknowledge both sides of the argument, and make my points with as much respect as I can muster. Today, however, I can see only one side. Today, I can find nothing to respect in the President’s decision to transfer billions of dollars in outstanding student loans onto the backs of those people my foundation tries to assist – the same people I’ve spent the last twenty years profiling on Dirty Jobs.

    With that in mind, I’m not going to write the piece I just sat down to write. Instead, I’m going to share the attached article from Charlie Cooke, who writes better than I do, and shares my disdain for what just happened. If you share our disdain, then please, share this post as well. It is without question, the biggest pre-Labor Day slap in the face I’ve ever seen.


    By Charlie Cooke

    A few moments before I sat down to write this piece, I opened the door to six guys in blue shirts who had come to my house to replace our air-conditioning units. The Florida weather being what it is, I’ve seen some of these guys work on our air conditioners before, and they’re as skilled and knowledgeable and conscientious and hard-working as you might expect. The company they work for, which is local to North Florida, was started by a guy who chose to forgo college in favor of taking out a small-business loan to strike out on his own. Most of the technicians who work for him didn’t go to college, either. They took a different path. And, well . . . what absolute chumps the president has just made of them for that!

    Squirm if you like, but that’s the truth of the matter: As of today, the six air-conditioning technicians in my house are on the hook for college loans that were signed for, spent, and enjoyed by other people. Confirming the measure today, President Biden announced that any American who has both college debt they vowed to repay and an individual yearly income under $125,000 (or a family yearly income under $250,000) will be given up to $20,000 by the Treasury — which means by you, and by me, and by everyone else who pays taxes in America.

    Why? Well, that’s the question.

    The answer can’t be, “because that’s what the relevant law anticipates or requires.” As of yet, Congress has provided no authorization for the executive branch to arbitrarily write off some of the money that borrowers owe to taxpayers. As of yet, Congress has passed no rules that allow down-on-their-luck presidents to throw money at people for political gain. As of yet, Congress has given no instruction that if the president’s friends might like a little more cash, he can raid the Treasury to give it to them. Certainly, Congress has set up a loan program. But the deal there is rather simple, all told: First you borrow, and then you pay back what you borrowed. There is no mention of “forgiveness” days or of “help” or of rolling Chekhovian jubilees, and by pretending otherwise, President Biden is making a mockery of his oath to uphold the Constitution.

    Another answer that won’t fly is, “To lower the cost of education.” As President Biden made clear today, this is a one-time deal, a lottery, a lightning strike. People who paid off their loans last week aren’t covered. People who will take out new loans after the policy has run its course aren’t covered. The problems in the system aren’t addressed. The colleges, and their endowments, are left unmolested. American culture’s increasingly credentialist presumptions aren’t altered. Within four years, overall debt will return to its present level. With the stroke of a pen, the already-fake deficit savings within the Inflation Reduction Act will be wiped out. This isn’t a reform. It’s not even pretending to be reform. It’s a contemptuous, abusive, unbelievably expensive shot in the dark — the net effect of which will be that fewer people correctly calibrate whether college is worth it, fewer colleges change their offerings to meet market demand, and, because this sort of executive giveaway will now loom large as a possibility, fewer people feel the need to save for college.

    It seems so arbitrary. Why does Biden not want to do the same thing for loans on trucks owned by plumbers? Why not for mortgages — which, given how heavily it subsidizes them, the federal government clearly thinks are worthwhile? Why not for credit cards or auto payments or mom-and-pop credit lines? The answer, I’m afraid to say, is disgustingly classist: Because Joe Biden and his party believe that college students are better than everyone else. Because Joe Biden and his party believe that college students are of a finer cut. Because Joe Biden and his party prefer college students to you, and they think that those students ought to be rewarded for that by being handed enormous gobs of your money.

    Electricians, store managers, deli workers, landscapers, waitresses, mechanics, entrepreneurs? Screw ’em. Sure, college graduates make more money than non-graduates, and their unemployment rate is lower, too. But non-graduates don’t have access to the president, so they don’t matter. They’re tradesmen, the riff-raff, the great unwashed. They’re background noise, dirty-handed types, second-classers. They don’t deserve $10,000 in debt reduction. What would they even do with it? Go hunting? Give it to their church? Their role is to subsidize the superior people, and the superior people go to college.

    Why did Joe Biden do all this? That’s why. Why was this what Joe Biden chose to break his oath to achieve? That’s why. When it came down to it, good ol’ Scranton Joe sent cash from the sort of people he cynically pretends to care about to the sort of people he actually cares about: the privileged, accredited, self-dealing clerisy that his ever-dwindling political party now calls its base.

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    Charlie Crist has lost his mind. 😆 What a grifter.

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    • windbag says:

      I’m not sure you can get any stupider and clueless than that, but tune in tomorrow to see her achieve that.

      • rightymouse says:

        She has no idea what she’s blathering about. She was given the job because Black lesbian. Had nothing to do with intelligence/appropriate qualifications.

  33. windbag says:

    I’m terrible at anything technical, so I’m not sure if this will post the picture or not, but here goes.

  34. rightymouse says:

    What an idiot!!! 😦

    • windbag says:

      Black mayor of predominantly black city doesn’t care about black kids. Where’s Kanye West when you need him, calling attention to this blatant racism?

      • rightymouse says:

        I worked in D.C. for a while decades ago. It’s a horrible place.

        • Octopus says:

          It’s a nasty swamp, infested with the worst mix of criminals of all kinds.

          • rightymouse says:

            Everyone I met either worked for the government, was working for a company with government contracts, or living off the government/taxpayers.

          • rightymouse says:

            Then there were the street people who would hang outside the Metro subway stops.

          • windbag says:

            My wife goes there all the time for business and loves it. She also knows that she’s in the nice part of the city and is shielded from the danger for the most part. I have no desire to go there. I drove by on the interstate one time and could see the Washington monument, but that’s all I recall and all I need to ever see.

  35. rightymouse says:

    Good video on politicians corrupting science.

  36. rightymouse says:

    Damn, it’s dusty in here!!!

  37. Octopus says:

    A brief glimpse of sanity in Michigan. Countered by the insanity of Crooked Jocelyn, of course.

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    • poteen2 says:

      You are so right Charlie. People might show up at his door to harass him.
      And the FBI agents names are redacted and should be to protect them.
      Both the court and the police serving them should be Geheime to allow them freedom to pursue Trump. That worked so well for the Staatspolizei 90 years ago. Ask Goring and Heydrich, they’ll tell you.
      Heil Joe!

      • Bunk X says:

        Charles doxxed his own ex-lizards with names, locations (and in a few cases photos) and encouraged retribution by his minions.
        One of them (Curious Lurker) had some contacts with the Muslim Brotherhood, insinuated that she was going to have them pay Rodan a visit in FL. She’s dead now.

        • Octopus says:

          Furious went tits up? That’s too bad. She was so nice. 😃 🙏

          • Bunk X says:

            She was having some medical trouble, bought the raisins several years back. Just like other loyal lizard lappers who passed before her, Charles made no mention, no tribute post. She just disappeared.

          • poteen2 says:

            Wasn’t she a xe by then?

        • rightymouse says:

          She turned crazy at LGF when Fatass decided he could make more $$ by going all in liberal when Obama became Prez.

  39. Octopus says:

    Wolftard Alert 🚨 🐺 !!

    • Bunk X says:

      Okay, that didn’t work. try this.

      • Octopus says:

        Last weekend, I think it was Saturday night, I found myself gorging on Cheetos and washing them down with beer. I looked at my befouled fingers, in a moment of clarity, and put the half-empty bag of Cheetos away. I felt sick, even after I washed my hand for about five minutes.
        Half an hour later, still watching the same game, I was eating Fritos. Just as greasy and salty, but they don’t stain your fingers. 😆

  40. rightymouse says:


    • windbag says:

      So, she altered her behavior because she got caught, not because her behavior was wrong in the first place.

  41. rightymouse says:

    😆 😆

  42. rightymouse says:

    Yikes! Food shortages in Bangladesh!

  43. rightymouse says:

    OMG!!! 😯

  44. rightymouse says:

    Liberal smugness/pandering on display. Also, SLC is majority white.

  45. rightymouse says:


  46. rightymouse says:

    OMG! 😯 Reporter who broke the story of the Clinton/Lynch tarmac story years ago died. Suicide. OMG!!

  47. rightymouse says:

    😆 😆

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  49. Octopus says:

    As always, follow the money.

  50. rightymouse says: