Charles the Drama Diva

Tough guy can’t handle FB or Twitter, so you’re gonna drop deuces all over the Mastadon threads now? They’re gonna love your drama diva act, phlegm brain.

So Charles, just get it over with and shut down your Twitter account. Are you going to whine about it forever?



160 Comments on “Charles the Drama Diva”

  1. Octopus says:

    “I’m working on something to enhance Mastodon.” 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

    I just spit my coffee. And I NEED my coffee, after the football marathon yesterday. 🥱😆

    • Bunk X says:

      Last I checked the Mastodonians are having fits with the Twitter “refugees” who show up and continue acting like petulant Twitter dickheads.

      • Octopus says:

        That’s awesome! 😂

        They’ll get sick of Fatass’s whinging in about…well, they’re already sick of it, I’m sure.

  2. Octopus says:

    In some cases, involving demented stalkers, this process takes several years of daily harassment. “PAAAAAAAAAAAAMMMMMM!!!” 😂

  3. Octopus says:

    Hitler? You, Fatass? 😆

    • Bunk X says:

      Chuck amplifies and spreads the message. Somebody ought to call out Fuckfa Oh wait…

      • poteen2 says:

        Charlie is always late to the gig.—

        “In early December – just around the height of the new Mastodon engagement – one survey looked into those who had pledged to quit Twitter and move permanently to Mastodon. That study of 140,000 accounts declaring they were leaving the site finds that a minuscule number actually deleted their accounts. Just 1.6% went through with their pledged eradication.

        It is of little surprise that this hyped creation of the new social Eden would fizzle. What was created was a homogenized tribe where everyone was talking about just two things – Twitter, or journalism. They had no general audience, they were being closed off from other outlets, and within their circle, it became a tribe of exclusionary sniping elites. The appeal was minimal, and while they were busy high-fiving each other for fleeing the social horrors of Twitter they came to realize all they had managed was to build a more concentrated version of the anti-social sandbox.

        It became the classic case of not wanting to join a club that would accept themselves as members. “

        • Bunk Strutts says:

          “Welcome to Mastodon, Charles. Now please go home.”

        • Octopus says:


          Pathetic Losers, in other words.

          Btw, Chonky will sooner quit breathing than quit Twitter. He’s a lifer. I think he said he invented it, at one point. Definitely made major improvements, which would have been awesome if any of them weren’t buggy nightmares, which sadly was not the case. 😢

          • poteen2 says:

            If I understand the structure of Mastodon correctly, it’s localized servers with administrators. I think he was looking to take one over and steal some ideas and hardware capabilities. Then tell everybody he fixed it.

          • Bunk X says:

            I don’t have the link but someone did a TwitterKwitter survey, found that only about 1.6% ever deleted their accounts, despite announcing their departures for months and even years.

            Charles reverse-engineered WordPress and added shiny green buttons.

          • Octopus says:

            That fits his prior M.O. perfectly! 🤔😂

          • Bunk X says:

            As for Mastodon, I don’t think the platform allows widespread spamming of LGF Bob Cesca podcast links. Chuck’s head is too fat to squeeze into one of those isolated pachyderm preserves.

          • Bunk X says:

            OFFS. I just quoted the twitterkwitter stat from your post upthread, Poteen.
            Must be nap time…

  4. windbag says:

    Every once in a while I’m reminded of this song.

    • Octopus says:

      That’s a great song! A little more cowbell, maybe a guitar solo, and it would have gone straight to #1. 🤘👍🏻

      • Bunk X says:

        Ditto. Reminds me of a popular douchebag jock who ended up at the same university I did. He came to me crying once – he’d been slammed by the realization that nobody gave a shit about who he was in high school. A week or so later he dropped out.

  5. Octopus says:

    Happy Birthday to Mick Taylor, who once played beautiful guitar for The Rolling Stones. He had to quit the band because the lifestyle was wrecking his health, but he was there through their best period of artistry, after Brian Jones drowned in the pool.

  6. Octopus says:

    I wonder if Pakimon is still alive. The Jags are poised to go for it all! C’mon, man! 😆

  7. Octopus says:

    It seems MLK’s proclivities were even crazier than JFK’s, who was no slouch himself. WOO-HOOO!! 😆🍻🎶😂

  8. rightymouse says:

    Morning! Am in overcast but warm Bangkok. Having lunch with an old friend I’ve known since my late teens. 🙂

    • Bunk X says:

      Eatin’ anything exotic?

    • windbag says:

      Sounds like a movie scene. I don’t travel or have any old friends. Best I can do is eat lunch in my car at the dog park before I sit on the bench and pet my dog. Your experience sounds richer.

      • rightymouse says:

        Life can be richer when one takes risks. Of course, last year, we came here and got our asses kicked because of the Covid crap. 😆

        • Octopus says:

          It’s good for you to travel, I’m convinced. We’ve been to 45 states, and plan to see the rest soon enough. I’m hyped for Alaska and Maine. Not so much for Louisiana, Mississippi, and Arkansas.

          • windbag says:

            I should have said I don’t travel overseas. I get around the US. Used to travel a lot more, but not so much anymore. Ironically, I love maps.

          • rightymouse says:

            Maine is wonderful! Drive up the coast!

          • windbag says:

            We went to New Brunswick (the Fundy Bay tides are a sight to behold) about 30 years ago and drove down Route 1 in Maine on our way back. Spectacular doesn’t come close to describing it.

            I didn’t find much to get hyped about in Mississippi or Arkansas, but New Orleans was great. It’s the only city I’ve ever visited that I thought “I could live here.” I know, I know, the crime and all that. The WWII museum in New Orleans would take days to get through and do it justice. We only had about three hours to cram in what we could.

            The end of US Route 11 is just outside of New Orleans. I grew up in upstate NY on Rte 11. I’ve always wanted to drive the length of it.

          • rightymouse says:

            We’ve been to Camden, Lincolnville, Machias , and Calais, Maine. Drove the way up the coast. Stunning. Food was fantastic as well!

          • Octopus says:

            You guys have me excited about Maine and Louisiana, now. 😄

          • Abu penis penis penis lol says:

            The Wife and I are driving through Arkansas, Mississippi, and Alabama in late Feb to click those off her list. First 2 nights in the Memphis area where I will drool over various Gibson guitars at their store and any studios that allow visitors. We’re also hitting a Diner/Dive of Ghay Fieri she wants to check out in Hernando, MS. Final 2 nights in Muscle Shoals, AL where I will tour the studios and immerse myself in swamp music. (What a terrible time to quit drinking)

            I’ll be back in Muscle Shoals in mid-March for golf. It’s nippy but warmer than Chicagoland.


          • windbag says:

            We passed through Memphis last summer. Ate BBQ at this place ( It was excellent.

  9. Octopus says:

    Btw, my cooking skills continue to grow and gain acclaim. Last night’s potato soup with made-from-scratch Southern-style biscuits was so amazing, it shut down discussion for about ten minutes. The internet does something good, for a change. You can find any recipe, with helpful comments aplenty, and a thousand alternative recipes.

    My next assignment is Saturday night. I’ll be watching football, so I’ll probably do something quick and easy, like your Mom. I mean, Polish sausage and sauerkraut – I’ve had a hankering for that old staple from my youth. I’ll make a crusty loaf of “artisan bread,” to go with.

    • rightymouse says:

      Shepherd’s Pie is easy to make and very filling. 🙂

      • ISTE says:

        And he will make it wrong, as you do. Fucking Americans can’t even get one simple meal correct.

        Shepherd pie is SHEEP! and not even young succulent young lambs but the old sheep which has outlasted its useful life and is close to death. Technically called mutton.

        If it is close to death sheep meat it is shepherds pie.

        If it is made with close to death dead cow it is COTTAGE pie.

        It ain’t that hard to understand.

        But is it? You goto McDonalds to buy a HAMburger which has ZERO ham in it. Rest of the civilized world calls it a BEEF burger.

        • rightymouse says:

          Have no idea what you’re talking about. I always use ground lamb. And I learned that from a Brit chef here. So….

          • ISTE says:

            So you do it right! Hoping Mr Pus does it right also.

            Also cottage pie and shepherds pie are equally good. Just don’t mess up the names America.

          • Octopus says:

            We happen to have an expert on Shepherd’s Pie in the family, my son-in-law Paddy. He explained the whole problematic deal to us a few years back. 😆

          • Octopus says:

            Today I made fudge. I made up my own recipe, too, after reading through a bunch of them online. It’s cooling now. 😋

    • rightymouse says:

      My mother was a horrible cook. I mean HORRIBLE! 😦 When I had my own home in Bangkok the maid taught me to cook, especially the guidance on spices, etc. I shall remain eternally grateful to her.

  10. Octopus says:

    Two befuddled old libtard has-beens, drowning in money and privilege, chew the fat about…hell if I know. This is the only part I watched.

  11. rightymouse says:

    Tonight we’re going to meet up and have dinner with a group of friends I worked with at the refugee office over 40 years ago. 🙂

  12. Octopus says:

    There’s a fine doc on Netflix now, “The Hatchet-Wielding Hitchhiker.” I’m not all the way through it yet, but it’s full of internet-crazed society, and a very problematic young rebel who got tsucked into the tsunami.

    • rightymouse says:

      Am grateful I don’t subscribe to Netflix. 😯

      • Octopus says:

        It’s not all bad. You can still share a subscription with your whole family, as we do. Just my kids and us, not extended-family. They have a lot of woke 💩 on there, but there’s some decent stuff, too. Just have to know where to look.

  13. ISTE says:

    Octopus. Mash on top of beef stew is COTTAGE pie.

    Mash on top of geriatric sheep that died of old age and got minced up is SHEPHERDS pie.

    My personal preference is the old sheep version.

    • ISTE says:

      Don’t get me started about moussaka. That is Greek equivalent of lasagna but using ground up sheep and egg plant slices instead of ground up cow and pasta.

      • rightymouse says:

        Octo. Ignore ISTE. Don’t use aged mutton. Use ground lamb. I don’t give a crap what he wants to call it. 😆

        • rightymouse says:

          That’s for Shepherd’s Pie.

        • ISTE says:

          You do realise that lamb is a by product of the main reason sheep exist. Sheep make wool.

          Popping out a lamb every spring is a bonus.

          Same as calves that get killed and made into hot dogs are a by product of milk production. A by product.

          Cows have to get pregnant and pop out a calf to continue to make milk.

          • Octopus says:

            Mr. Green Jeans is here today, Britsplainin’ all about the rural peculiarities of Old Blighty. And I for one am grateful for this opportunity to learn. 👍🏻

          • Abu penis penis penis lol says:

            Mr. Green Jeans. Lolololol.

          • Octopus says:

            Now there’s a dated reference! 😆

          • poteen2 says:

            -Mr. Moose and Bunny Rabbit.Blast from the past.

            -What do you call mash on top of ground up Moose and Bunny?
            Cultural appropriation sez I !!
            Stolen Irish potato, endangered Canadian moose and a cute little bunny from a Norwegian back yard.
            Sounds tasty. Betty Crocker or Mr.Green Jeans surely have a recipe.

            – If a beef steer identifies as a dairy cow, do the steaks still taste the same?

  14. rightymouse says:

    David Crosby has died. 😯

  15. Bunk X says:

    “Almost…cut my ponytail off”

  16. rightymouse says:

    Candace goes off on Crowder! 😯

    • rightymouse says:

    • windbag says:

      Yeah, that whole video of his smelled of a butt hurt money grab. I wonder what happened?

      • rightymouse says:

        • windbag says:

          I watched the video of the Daily Wire’s reaction to Crowder and I’m shocked that we’re talking about that much money.

          • Octopus says:

            I’m not shocked about people fighting about money, but boy, did this escalate quickly. I remember being shocked at how much money Michelle Malkin made, selling her creations HotAir and Twitchy. Her success dovetailed neatly, if inversely, with that of Dear Fatass.

            Since then, we’ve seen a shit-ton of internecine warfare between “conservatives” of all levels of genuineness, from RINOs to Real Elephants. Mostly about the money, somehow. Fancy that! 🤔😂

          • windbag says:

            I don’t usually pay much attention to poo flinging battles, but this one seems like there’s a bit more to it. Crowder did a response to Daily Wire’s reaction and included snippets of his phone call with them. I’m not interested in the legalities of it, but I wonder if he disclosed to them that he was recording it and that he planned on broadcasting it. For someone who claims to be standing on principle, that would be an awfully dirty trick if he didn’t disclose that.

            Crowder asked the rhetorical question of who would turn down a $50 million dollar offer, implying that his motives are pure. Well, I would turn down a $50 million dollar offer if I thought I could make $100 million on my own. Crowder apparently thinks so highly of his business acumen that he’s doing exactly that. Betting on his business model over theirs. Nothing wrong with that, but relying on, and generating, a rift in the conservative movement to fuel and fund it is anything but principled.

          • Octopus says:

            Hmm…is it the old saw, “Any publicity is good publicity,”-thing? While that’s usually true, there are exceptions. Milo Yiannopoulos comes to mind.

          • windbag says:

            You might be on to something there. Sort of like click bait. He set up a website for people to register to fight this behemoth, so it might just be a test run to see what level of support he can expect if he follows through. If he doesn’t generate enough interest, he can crawl back to DW and see if they’re still willing to negotiate. If he swings a deal, he can always claim to have come to terms, and that they worked through their differences for the greater good. Blah, blah, blah. Seeing how much cash is at stake, I don’t trust any of them.

          • Octopus says:

            That scans. None of the people we’re talking about here are dummies. Having decent money-sense is a type of smarts. Exceptions abound, of course.

  17. Octopus says:

    You first, Siemens. 😂

    Here’s a glimpse of the austere, spare accommodations these philanthropical giants endure each year, to figure out what’s best for the Untermenschen.

  18. Octopus says:

    Got Mastodon fixed, yet? 😂😂😂

    Trump hasn’t committed any crimes, foo. Why would he be indicted or arrested? Because you and Rob Reiner are deranged?

  19. Octopus says:

    Someone here is secretly an owl.

  20. rightymouse says:

    Am back home. Dead tired. 😫

  21. rightymouse says:

    The flights back were mostly long and uneventful. The only one not packed to the gills was the flight from Dallas to Cleveland. What was interesting was that we no longer had to fill out immigration/customs forms. On arrival, all that was checked were our passports & we were waved through. Wow!

    Saw some movies to alleviate the boredom on the flights. One was “Don’t Worry Darling”, starring Harry Styles and directed by then girlfriend Olivia Wilde. Weird story with some rather raunchy sex scenes, but I must say that, Florence Pugh, who played Harry’s wife, is actually a rather good actress.

    Another movie was “Catch Me If You Can”, starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Hanks, Christopher Walken, Martin Sheen and others. It’s an old movie, but had never seen it and it’s quite entertaining. 🙂

    Yet another was “Elvis”. Forget it. Was awful.

    • Octopus says:

      I loved the first half-hour of “Elvis,” before the sad bullshit of his real descent began. “Catch Me If You Can” was good. True story-ish.
      Welcome back, ‘Mouse! Got snow down there? We got a couple of inches last night, and more on the way this week. YAY!

      • rightymouse says:

        Afternoon, Octo! 🙂
        It’s been snowing for hours here today. 😦
        The actor who played Elvis, Austin Butler, was an attractive guy. Tom Hanks was fat & weird looking as Colonel Tom Parker. The one thing about the movie that I didn’t know about Elvis, was the political Democrat Politician who tried to censor him.

        • Octopus says:

          Elvis really did bring the “race music” to white America, and a LOT of people weren’t happy about it. Southern Democrats were racist crackers back then, by and large. I agree Hanks was weird-looking in that role. 😂

          Elvis was still Kingly, though:

          • rightymouse says:

            That scene was interesting.
            It’s possible that I just don’t ‘get’ the historical impact of his music on the South at the time as I wasn’t born & raised here. Now, after living here as an adult, when I watched the movie, my first instinct was to react to the racist undertones as being inspired by leftist script writers who had white politicians denigrating his music with Confederate flags in the background. Then there was the Tom Hanks character kvetching etc. as background noise.

  22. Octopus says:


  23. Bunk X says:

    Happy Tet y’all!
    2023 is the Vietnamese Year of the Asshole.

  24. Abu penis penis penis lol says:

  25. rightymouse says:

    Lol! 😆 😆

  26. rightymouse says:

    Insanity!!! 😦

  27. rightymouse says:

    More on Crowder & Daily Wire.

  28. rightymouse says:

    Trump is famous, wealthy and fun. Fatso is a boring, fat loser who can’t even raise requested $$ on GoFundMe since 2015!

    • Octopus says:

      You’re loving it, that’s for sure. Your TDS is soaking in it, like you lounging in your pee-soaked pjs all day on Twitter.

  29. Bunk X says:


  30. rightymouse says:

  31. rightymouse says:

    • Octopus says:

      Those evil, heedless Venusians refused to eat the bugs! 😠

      In their defense, though, the Venusian bugs were the size of Brontosauruses.

  32. rightymouse says:

    You can’t make this up! 😯

  33. rightymouse says:

    Crowder follow-up.

  34. Octopus says:

    I can’t, dude. Just stop. 😂😂😂

  35. rightymouse says:

    Poor baby. 🙄

  36. rightymouse says:

    Never his fault.

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