Kudos to Andrew Breitbart For Multiple Smackdowns

“As soon as I heard about the “scandal” involving Rep. Anthony Weiner, and saw it being pushed like crazy by fraudster Andrew Breitbart, I knew it would turn out to be yet another phony story. And that’s exactly what happened.”

Charles Johnson 30 May 2011

Woot. The Clown Posse Rides again. Charles Johnson jumped on the left running board of 1930s smear liberalism, honking the horn all the way, and rode it right into the ditch. Although Breitbart hasn’t been wrong yet,  Andrew’s learned about dealing with the left-wing media hounds who were loosed on him regarding PENIS PENIS PENIS LOLgate.

To be fair, Charles The Consistent was merely echoing the talking points distributed by the leftist media in defense of a slimeball who sent images of his privates to the public… some of whom were apparently underage.

Charles only forwarded the fabricated memetrope and declared Weinergate to be a fraud. His Lizard Army picked up the ball and ran with it. They deduced that it was Andrew Breitbart who set up a clever sting operation in which his spies tracked NY Dem Rep Anthony Weiner into a mens’ locker room. Breitbart’s spies waited until Weiner had a woody, then sidled up next to him and took a picture from a cellphone camera while pretending to check email, and all without Weiner taking notice.

Once they cropped and enhanced the images, they hacked into Weiner’s yfrog account to post the embarrassing pictures to young girls and a porn actress so that Breitbart could claim credit (for busting a married democrat for lewd and lascivious behavior) and eventually rule the world. Fucking brilliant.

Charles, you owe Breitbart an apology, because once again, you’ve pwnd yourself.


148 Comments on “Kudos to Andrew Breitbart For Multiple Smackdowns”

  1. nils says:

    LOLOL – that graphic is priceless! You deserve some kind of bloggy award for it.

  2. ISpeakJive says:

    Andrew Breitbart clangs when he walks. Charles has to use a mirror in the shower to find his, they’ve receded so far up into his body. Just sayin’!

  3. Mandingo Warrior says:

    A minor note for the BRC crew (who have knocked this one out of the fucking park I might add); The Lizards themselves are every bit as accountable as Chunky Cheesdoodle is. The sat by and slurped up Chuckie’s Kool Aid as much as Chuck would fill the cups.

    They are every bit the losers that Chunk is. From Kalgore to Dork, to WUB–if you are reading this you have aided in the irrelevance of Chuck’s site. How does it feel to be a Loozard?

  4. livefreeor die says:

    Kudos as well to Ace-he did not let this die down in the first couple of days despite the MSM’s best efforts to ignore it.

  5. nils says:

    You ought to tweet that image to Breitbart (just be extra careful and don’t get hacked doing it – loyal loozard ‘ElCapitanAmerica’ and Chunk ‘security-expert’ Johnson can do the hack easily dontcha know, they said so themselves).

  6. Juan Epstein says:

    “Nontroversy” strikes again.

  7. nils says:

    Maybe if you had an occasional “derp” thought bubble popping up out of Chuck’s head…

  8. Bureaucat says:

    I have an idea for Republican’s who get caught cheating. Instead of admitting any wrongdoing or leaving office they can do what the Democrats do…

    Hold a press conference and come out of the closet declaring their heterosexuality.

  9. Bureaucat says:

    Does Charles even register as an ass pimple on Breitbarts radar anymore?

  10. garycooper says:

    Chunky and Dork take a little bike-ride to unwind…D’OH!

    Ace really outdid himself on this thing. He did a great job of analyzing the case logically, well before all the facts were in, based on the few facts that were out there. Had me convinced it was a big prob for Weiner, even though the MSM and the rest of the blogosphere (most of) were ignoring the story, or even poo-pooing it.

    There must be an award to hand out for the stalwarts in this thing, which would have to include Andrew The Lying Smear-Merchant Who’s Always Right. If not, we should make one up.

  11. Whatever says:

    And then Weiner does what will probably go down in history as the dumbest tactical move in a political crisis ever: he calls the cops on a CBS reporter. Brilliant, Tony.

  12. ChenZhen says:

    I think it’s obvious that CJ’s motivation for championing this cause was to spite Breitbart, so yes this little animation is quite poignant. Epic fail.

  13. PeteP says:

    If Charles Johnson was a normal person I would have said that he might learn something from this. However, CJ is not normal it’s only a matter of time before he instinctively jumps to the defense of the next leftist who might be investigated for improper behavior while simultaneously smearing the “right-wing” for trying to allegedly destroy that person’s reputation.

  14. Keeper of the Books says:

    (Reposted from the last thread because it even makes more sense here IMO)

    Charles Johnson measures his honesty in his ability to admit publicly “I was fooled by the right” or “I had faith in Weiner, but he fooled me” which amounts to blaming everyone but himself for his lack of discernment and critical thinking skills. Johnson thinks he’s being truthful with everyone because he can pull the old “I was forced” defense, or the standard lefties shibboleth “I had no choice” gambit.
    Yet the only one that Charles is fooling is himself. He takes no credit for being the genesis of any idea, thought, cause or effect… no, he simply aggregates news and opinions, which in simpletons language is called “cut and paste.”

    This enables Charles to answer any challenge with statements like “anyone with a clue disbelieves anything (insert name here) publishes.”

    No… the real answer, the real clue is anyone with critical thinking skills can read something and then discern the truth, investigate the truth, unveil the lies and return with a substantive theory or opinion.

    “All you have to do is not be a dick” doesn’t cut it as intelligent debate.

    • Whatever says:

      I think that means that you’re not allowed to be found in Contempt of Chuck.

      • Arachne says:

        Indeed. He is a law unto himself over there. Making it up as he goes along (literally AND figuratively!)

    • Keeper of the Books says:

      Actually…

      “As soon as I heard about the “scandal” involving Rep. Anthony Weiner, and saw it being pushed like crazy by fraudster Andrew Breitbart, I knew it would turn out to be yet another phony story. And that’s exactly what happened.”

      Charles Johnson 30 May 2011

      …doesn’t cut it as intelligent debate either.

      • ryannon says:

        DO NOT QUESTION THE CHUNK.

        (cues ominous music)

      • nils says:

        Actually, as usual, with severe enough parsing, the Chunkster is technically correct.

        I.e. the scandal turned out to be not just ‘yet another’ but – at current count – eighteen phony stories (all by the Chunkster, lol).

      • Bunk X says:

        That CJ quote was not buried in the comments, either. It was the lead in on the front page.

    • Daedalus says:

      He can’t think for himself.

  15. kansas says:

    I do not think fraud means what Charles thinks it means.

  16. ryannon says:

    nils :
    Yes that’s what it is – caption from the original video interview.
    Not sure why ISTE left it in, but he is the artISTE who made the choice there.

    There’s some first-class wit on DoD.

    As opposed to second-class half-wits on…

  17. ChenZhen says:

    now CJ’s just getting bitter:

    • ryannon says:

      Neener Neener Neener! LOL!

    • Mandingo Warrior says:

      Aww, slithering to irrelevance and butt hurting all the way. yo lose, Chunk. You lose.

    • Arachne says:

      Right, Clueless, you were the only one with the story…like that flotilla story you broke last year – you knoe, the one you STOLE and then threw a temper tantrum about non-credit (that is, until someone pointed out the timestamps).

  18. Arachne says:

    Keeper of the Books :

    That’s to be expected. Charles can’t even distinguish between “pre” and “post” as in 1967.

    That was one hilarious episode. Watching all the righteous indignation about how poor Kilgore and LGF weren’t being credited with a story and then someone goes “hey wait a minute” and starts showing all the time stamps. And this was AFTER, I think, Yid with Lid or someone totally apologized for not giving Charles credit. Then when the truth came out, the Swamp totally clammed up and I don’t believe they’ve ever mentioned the incident again.

    • Mandingo Warrior says:

      Remember the days when he was touted as an expert on Israel? Even given the honor of mensch by Israeli authors. Then dumbshit sinks his credibility defending Obama.

      The guy never fails to impress. At failing.

    • Banshee's Banned Ghost says:

      The resemblance between the true believers over there and the followers of a Harold Camping gets stronger all the time. Get it completely wrong?

      *cough* Let’s talk about furries!
      *cough* It never happened!
      *cough* Well, our Chunk is still a great leader!

  19. Mandingo Warrior says:

    I really think that this could be the death knell to his blog. Aside from freaks, idiots and morons, who could honestly want to be in Chunk’s camp? He’s completely blown the lid off his relevance, shot his credibility squarely in the head and showed his ass by planting his head up it.

  20. ryannon says:

    Mandingo Warrior :
    I really think that this could be the death knell to his blog. Aside from freaks, idiots and morons, who could honestly want to be in Chunk’s camp? He’s completely blown the lid off his relevance, shot his credibility squarely in the head and showed his ass by planting his head up it.

    And he can’t even say, “Yeah, but you should have seen the other guy!”

  21. Grand Junctionite says:

    But But But I have Gold records!!~!!!!

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    re: #20 Jamie

    I thought Breitwat was a fan of “Jazzy,” which must absolutely cut to the core.

    Yeah, he thinks it’s an insult … but I have gold records on my wall, and I’ve played with a lot of the very best musicians on the planet. Those are real accomplishments — unlike Breitbart’s fraudulently edited videos, hate speech, and dumb right wing pandering.

    So I wear his goonish insult as a badge of honor.

    • Mandingo Warrior says:

      He may have them at the moment, but after yesterday check Ebay to see if one portly political pundit auctions them to make the rent.

    • doriangrey1 says:

      No Charles, “YOU” dont have any gold records, people who you recorded for have Gold Records, you dont even have a single record of your own, because you do not have the creativity or talent to write anything.

      • Arachne says:

        “”I’ve played with a lot of the very best musicians on the planet!”

        Oh please, Charles, turning up the sound on your tape player and strummning along with Becker and Fagan doesn’t make you a member of Steely Dan….

      • Whatever says:

        He can funk and groove. You didn’t see that? It’s all groovey and shit.

    • nils says:

      Yes, it’s a formal pity party for the portly pundtwit – a top level thread comprised of a definition-less ‘glossary’ of Chunk-insults. Presumably the terms and (missing) definitions are tautological; they’re certainly apt.

    • JohnsonEsque says:

      “…I’m making records, my fans they can’t wait
      They write me letters, tell me I’m great
      So I got me an office, gold records on the wall
      Just leave a message, maybe I’ll call

      Lucky I’m sane after all I’ve been through
      I can’t complain but sometimes I still do
      Life’s been good to me so far

      …Everybody’s so different, I haven’t changed”

    • sacred ham says:

      but I have gold records on my wall, and I’ve played with a lot of the very best musicians on the planet

      Should we call his biopic What Ever Happened to Baby Chuck?

      I hope Chuck’s brother is ambulatory.

  22. Grand Junctionite says:

    We have a loody sighting. Welcome back Ludwig, we missed you this week.

    • Mandingo Warrior says:

      Luddy’s gonna revisit the slut argument no doubt. Nothing like kicking My Little Ponytail when he’s down.

    • Whatever says:

      It’s getting kind of scary when Luddy is starting to look like one of the saner ones there.

  23. freetaxkiller says:

    Still under it all the AGW mindless, factless, earthfirst mad cult.

    CO2 ends U.S. all these loons belive and they want our lives and freedom in payment to their lie and fact free false alter.

    http://www.wattsupwiththat.com

    CJ and his cult will end their time praying to this fake and fraud thing of no value.

  24. Keeper of the Books says:

    Grand Junctionite :
    But But But I have Gold records!!~!!!!
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    re: #20 Jamie
    I thought Breitwat was a fan of “Jazzy,” which must absolutely cut to the core.
    Yeah, he thinks it’s an insult … but I have gold records on my wall, and I’ve played with a lot of the very best musicians on the planet. Those are real accomplishments — unlike Breitbart’s fraudulently edited videos, hate speech, and dumb right wing pandering.
    So I wear his goonish insult as a badge of honor.

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  25. nils says:

    Chunk comes out of the closet! (Well, based on his 100% wrong weinergate coverage…)

    27 Charles Tue, Jun 7, 2011 10:18:42am 4

    re: #23 reuven

    Well, since I'm not gay, I can only conclude that it comes from a very twisted and sick kind of projection.

    • Arachne says:

      Now that’s interesting… to suggest that you might be gay is something you consider “twisted” and “sick?”

      Gee Chuck – doesn’t that make you a bigoted homophobe? If someone said it about me the only adjective that would come to mind is “incorrect.”

    • Mandingo Warrior says:

      “Sick projection! BTW, did you see my Pam Gellar rant generator?”

  26. Mandingo Warrior says:

    The silence is deafening at the cesspool. No loozard has stepped up to disagree with Chuckie sans dickishness.

  27. Grand Junctionite says:

    Ludwig proves he fantasizes aout foxnewsluts

    LudwigVanQuixote Tue, Jun 7, 2011 10:31:48am

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    re: #15 iceweasel

    The homophobes have a very special love for imagining gay sexual acts in detail.

    This is because they are ashamed at how much they imagine such things for themselves. By becoming elaborate about what they “hate” they give themselves a safe outlet for their own fantasies.

    • Mandingo Warrior says:

      Damn, I called the Slutshamer’s act before he did it. Check my time stamp! 🙂 He’s already pointing his willy at Asswhistle and digging up the slut shamer argument again.

    • Whatever says:

      Medium sized ones.

    • gizbot7 says:

      Neither one of those statements make any damn sense. I swear, they just love to see their own words in print regardless of how mundane or outright stupid.

  28. Banshee's Banned Ghost says:

    Poor Chunk. Having a “gold record” as a session artist is approximately as much praise for you personally as being the fourth violist in a symphony performance that gets written up in the paper because the reviewer likes the conductor.

    It’s as sad as him thinking Rachel Maddow was givin’ him a personal shout-out yesterday. Whichever producer put that screen-shot up was just looking for something that would be readable on TV.

    And now all the loozards are invited to cry because some people called him bad names. As a certified attention whore, he’s addicted to that. The really awful day for him will dawn when no one even bothers to send him “hate mail” anymore. Not even negative attention. That will be Chuck’s moment to realize the hell he’s created for himself.

    • Mandingo Warrior says:

      Classic passive/aggressive behavior. Go out and fling shit at Brietbart. When you get your ass handed to you play the victim.

      Whine and seethe, Chunk. LGFWatch wins. DoD wins. BRC wins. Breitbart wins.

      You? Born to lose, baby.

    • doriangrey1 says:

      Exactly, I played for a band that had multiple Platinum records, but since I didn’t record or write anything on those records I dont go around claiming to have Platinum Records. Having been a professional musician signed to a major label I do know what the designation of a sessions player is, and that is all Charles ever was.

      • Whatever says:

        Did Chuck always draw attention to his trinkets, or are the walls of the bunker moving inward?

        Time for another Hitler-in-the-bunker video, I think. “Mein Fuhrer … Breitbart haz zee weiner pictures …”

    • Whatever says:

      Better analogy: the guy who paints the airline’s logo on the 787 running around telling people how he designed the 787. Or some wag in congress claiming to have invented the internet.

  29. doriangrey1 says:

    Arachne :
    “”I’ve played with a lot of the very best musicians on the planet!”
    Oh please, Charles, turning up the sound on your tape player and strummning along with Becker and Fagan doesn’t make you a member of Steely Dan….

    No, sorry he has actually played for some very excellent musicians. Stanley Clark and Al Jarreau really are some of the best musicians on the planet. However, he didn’t play for them because he was a great musician, but specifically because there was no chance of his ever stealing their limelight. Charles Johnson was and is a hack sideman who was just barley able to play what someone else wrote for him to play.

    Frank Zappa wouldn’t even let Charles on stage with him because Charles couldn’t adapt, transpose or improvise in real time.

    • Keeper of the Books says:

      He’s still trying to adapt, transpose and improvise in real time, and see what happens!

    • Banshee's Banned Ghost says:

      And again I have to ask, if he’s such a great musician in his own mind, what happened to that career?

      Guitarists don’t usually just “retire” in their forties or fifties. Musicians as a group tend to play their whole lives. When was the last time he had a session credit, much less a concert gig? As far as I know his fingers still work, so what’s up with him not playing anymore?

      Raw speculation on my part: his personality sucks so bad that he got effectively blacklisted in the business.

      • PeteP says:

        Maybe that’s a question one of the Lizard lurkers can ask him. My guess is he’ll say he lost interest in the music biz.

      • Mandingo Warrior says:

        I had a workmate who did some work with Dr. Dre for the Chronic. Nothing major, Dre just hired them to make some funk seventies grooves he could sample.

        I wonder if he’s got a platinum record for the effort?

      • doriangrey1 says:

        If he’s such a damned great musician, then why didn’t he ever write and record a record of his own?

        Oh yea, because he never was a great musician, never had any creativity and was never paid enough to be able to afford to record a record of his own.

        Plenty of guitar player’s quit playing in public, that’s really not all that surprising. Touring really is a brutally difficult life style, it’s easier when you are young, but gets very difficult as you get older.

  30. ryannon says:

    Keeper of the Books :
    He’s still trying to adapt, transpose and improvise in real time, and see what happens!

  31. garycooper says:

    No, sorry he has actually played for some very excellent musicians. Stanley Clark and Al Jarreau really are some of the best musicians on the planet.

    Yeah, well, that’s just, like, your opinion, man. 😉

    It’s a personal failing, I know, but I still hate jazz. Most of it, anyway. And those two strike me as two of the most self-indulgent, ego-mad monsters of the genre. I’ve seen them both in concert, back in the ’70’s when I was trying to be cool and eclectic. Hated it!

    Come to think of it…is it possible I saw one of them with Chunky on plinky-plink guitar?

    • doriangrey1 says:

      I wouldn’t really call that a failing, musically speaking people like what they like, their is no way around that. That is why their are so many genre’s and why some bands make massive fortunes and other equally talented and skilled bands don’t. It’s one of the most fundamental realities of the music industry.

      • Whatever says:

        It’s like pizza. Some like anchovies,and some don’t. And pineapple.

      • garycooper says:

        Very true, and there’s no accounting for taste. I’m all over the map on what I like, and there’s a lot of stuff that’s pretty popular I can’t stand. I’m even starting to listen to some of the rubbish my daughters listen to, which is a lot of hip-hop and dance junk. L’il Wayne, anyone? Drake? Wiz? Nickie Minaj? Help me!!

  32. Speranza says:

    Mandingo Warrior :
    http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/62000
    You lose, Chunk. You lose.

    All those years ago.

  33. Speranza says:

    Banshee’s Banned Ghost :
    And again I have to ask, if he’s such a great musician in his own mind, what happened to that career?
    Guitarists don’t usually just “retire” in their forties or fifties. Musicians as a group tend to play their whole lives. When was the last time he had a session credit, much less a concert gig? As far as I know his fingers still work, so what’s up with him not playing anymore?
    Raw speculation on my part: his personality sucks so bad that he got effectively blacklisted in the business.

    Correct. The Holy Trinity of British lead guitar players -Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, and Jimmy Page are in their late 60’s and still going strong.

    • Banshee's Banned Ghost says:

      Yeah. And for a sessions artist it should be even easier. If you’re good, you get called back. You go in, play, record, re-record, go home. A check arrives in the mail. Repeat as needed.

      If Chunk were doing any work in the music biz, you know he couldn’t stop himself from bragging about it. So he’s not. LGF is really all he’s got.

      And why would nobody want to hire a decent sessions artist? I’m assuming here that he didn’t totally suck as a guitarist. There’s no indication of that.

      So the only thing I can think of to explain it is that he sucks as a person. Now, of course, his interactions with people on his blog and on other blogs has never given any hint of a personality problem.

      So it all remains a great big mystery.

      [LOL]

  34. kansas says:

    Did the AP credit LGF for breaking wind? That’s all that breaks over there lately.

  35. YankintheEU says:

    “As soon as I heard about the “scandal” involving Rep. Anthony Weiner, and saw it being pushed like crazy by fraudster Andrew Breitbart, I knew it would turn out to be yet another phony story. And that’s exactly what happened.”
    Charles Johnson 30 May 2011

    At some point Charles incinerated and then scattered the ashes of the little book on logical fallacies he once occasionally referred to.

  36. Mandingo Warrior says:

    doriangrey1 :
    If he’s such a damned great musician, then why didn’t he ever write and record a record of his own?
    Oh yea, because he never was a great musician, never had any creativity and was never paid enough to be able to afford to record a record of his own.
    Plenty of guitar player’s quit playing in public, that’s really not all that surprising. Touring really is a brutally difficult life style, it’s easier when you are young, but gets very difficult as you get older.

    He’s probably just had a lot of classes and a connection. I don’t ever recall Johnson’s unplugged on MTV. Unglued, maybe.

  37. kansas says:

    YankintheEU :

    “As soon as I heard about the “scandal” involving Rep. Anthony Weiner, and saw it being pushed like crazy by fraudster Andrew Breitbart, I knew it would turn out to be yet another phony story. And that’s exactly what happened.”
    Charles Johnson 30 May 2011

    At some point Charles incinerated and then scattered the ashes of the little book on logical fallacies he once occasionally referred to.

    They used to beat logical fallacies to death over there. Every day they would pick one then mischaracterize it. Tu Quoque was big for a while, you know the one Charles uses to bash Breitbart.

    They completely beat up the No True Scotsman fallacy for days on end.

    • Banshee's Banned Ghost says:

      “Tu quoque” is not actually a fallacy, anyway. If I point out that someone does the same thing someone else is accused of doing, it may have no bearing on the discussion, or then again it may. But it’s got not a thing to do with logic.

      • kansas says:

        Gee, I get so confused.

        Tu quoque (pronounced /tuːˈkwoʊkwiː/ [1]), or the appeal to hypocrisy, is a kind of logical fallacy.

  38. Grand Junctionite says:

    Sattv4u is taking on the blogfueher.

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    re: #72 sattv4u2

    OT ,, (sorry)

    Dear Bashar

    When your own forces start turning against you, it may be time to re-think your strategy

    Regards

    Captain Queeg

    And here [Link: littlegreenfootballs.com…] he’s all indignant that he’s being called names, the same vein of names that he allows Goddamfrank and LQV to call rightys on a daily basis!!

    indignant?” Hardly. You must have missed the pretty damned obvious fact that I think it’s funny.

    On the other hand, what you’re doing here is pretty accurately described as “whining.”

  39. Bunk X says:

    Chuck goes and misreports a Palin story. When Palin said she’d hoped to meet Margaret Thatcher, he posts this:

    “Half-governor Sarah Palin announced recently that she really, really wants to meet Margaret Thatcher; but apparently the feeling isn’t mutual.”

    That’s not even a half-truth. It’s another lie.

    When Ms Palin does arrive in London, she may be thwarted in her ambition to meet the country’s only woman former Prime Minister. Baroness Thatcher had to stop making public appearances years ago because of ill health and is seldom at home for guests. A reception hosted by David Cameron in Downing Street to celebrate her 85th birthday had to go ahead without her.

    An aide said: “Nowadays, the Lady rarely meets people at all. If a meeting went ahead it would be very much low-key, and would very much depend on how things were on the day. We don’t make firm appointments for this sort of meeting.”

  40. Grand Junctionite says:

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    re: #101 Charles

    “indignant?” Hardly. You must have missed the pretty damned obvious fact I think it’s funny.

    On the other hand, what you’re doing here is pretty accurately described as “whining.”

    I don’t think it’s “funny” at all, no matter who the perpetrators are

  41. Grand Junctionite says:

    Ludvigs defense is laughable. Hey loody, did you do a scientific study on slutshaming?

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    re: #72 sattv4u2

    Sat I must object to a post that compares the way that I bash Teabags, immoderate Republicans and other GOP sub-Australopitheci to the way these same sub-Australopitheci bash Charles or me.

    Really…

    I write detailed essays supported by rigorous science about how they are murdering future generations, about how they are setting back our education and civilization by centuries for the profit of a morally bankrupt few, and long detailed essays about all the “bible quotes” they get utterly wrong while proving they have never read the good book they bang on so loudly

    • Banshee's Banned Ghost says:

      “Rigorous science”, “detailed essays”? I shall laugh myself to death.

      The most detailed thing he ever wrote was his famous slut-shaming piece. The rest has all been cut-and-paste crap about tornadoes and shit.

      Must suck for you, Lood: your one platform on the web is sinking, and even there, everyone thinks you’re an asshole.

      • Arachne says:

        BBG – I have it on good authority and supported by rigorous science that the interwebz thinks Luddie is a nut job.

      • OldLineTexan says:

        Fear not Banshee, for I shall join you in said death. I blame Loodie, the treacherous villain. He would not face me like a man, even a man with a medium-sized erection, but instead chose to slay me with the poison of his lackwit. O Truth, O Mores, I am done. Recommend me to your fair wife, Mercutio, for today I am but food for the worms, fertilizer in her garden on the morrow. Perhaps a flower will grow. And thus, I die.

        /exeunt

    • Arachne says:

      Luddie also takes on Yeshiva students with equal vigor – and has his ass handed to him on a platter.

  42. Grand Junctionite says:

    There is a big fight brewing here between LVQ and Sattv4u. get your popcorn ready.

    • Arachne says:

      Yes, but does Sattv4u have rigorous science? Does he do algebra? He’ll be at SUCH a disadvantage!

      Oh wait – he’s RATIONAL, isn’t he? No worries then.

  43. Grand Junctionite says:

    Loody won’t engage. Damn.

    • Arachne says:

      Well, then, we need to take a leaf out of Luddie’s playbook and say that Luddie’s afraid of debate because he will LOSE!! AND BILLIONS WILL DIE!!

  44. sacred ham says:

    WordPress just changed the comment-entry UI?

  45. OldLineTexan says:

    “Sat I must object to a post that compares the way that I bash Teabags, immoderate Republicans and other GOP sub-Australopitheci to the way these same sub-Australopitheci bash Charles or me.”

    Heh. heh heh.

    Hey, Loodie, my politics make me sub-human? Would you like to tattoo and gas me, then burn the remains?

    Does Charles know you’re a fucking Nazi? Or are you just a kapo?

    Do you think you’re man enough to follow through, Nazi?

  46. antilgfwarrior says:

    Bunk X :
    Forgot the link to the real story:
    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/sarah-palin-unlikely-to-get-an-audience-with-margaret-thatcher-2293856.html

    Yes,the real story is nothing as al-guardian or chucky suggests.Just another lie.

    “Baroness Thatcher had to stop making public appearances years ago because of ill health and is seldom at home for guests. A reception hosted by David Cameron in Downing Street to celebrate her 85th birthday had to go ahead without her.

    An aide said: “Nowadays, the Lady rarely meets people at all. If a meeting went ahead it would be very much low-key, and would very much depend on how things were on the day. We don’t make firm appointments for this sort of meeting.”

  47. garycooper says:

    I can’t believe Lewd-Whizz had the nerve to write that shit about “rigorous science.”…I mean, Peter Sinclair’s glurge-y videos have more science in them, than Lewd-‘Tude’s crazy, Camping-esque rants.

    Well, I guess it’s true what they say, about crazy people being crazy partly due to their inability to see their own craziness. Yes, I have a Degree In Psychology, and English Lit, so I know about these things. 😉

  48. buzzsawmonkey says:

    Fatboy Charlie’s Got the Progs
    —apologies to Danny O’Keefe and “Good Time Charlie’s Got the Blues”

    Everybody’s gone away
    From where the iceweasels bray
    Though some sycophants hung around
    Nobody likes their noses brown

    They changed the tenor of the threads
    Updinged you if you were brain-dead
    Endorsed progressive fantasies
    That’s why it’s not the place to be

    Some people have successful blogs
    Fatboy Charlie’s got the progs
    Fatboy Charlie’s got the progs
    Fatboy Charlie’s got the progs

    A site once worth a daily look
    Now shills Kindles and comic books
    And hosts a horde of kids who whine
    The most whacked-out progressive line

    Some still watch as this sad train-wreck
    Obsesses daily on Glenn Beck
    But most people have now moved on
    Because the site is now a yawn

    Some people have successful blogs
    Fatboy Charlie’s got the progs
    Fatboy Charlie’s got the progs

    Some people have successful blogs
    Fatboy Charlie’s got the progs

  49. snowcrash says:

    ISTE and Bunk, you guys have outdone yourselves. The animated graphic is hilarious. Good thing none of the lizards read over here. Laughing at Charles is a banning offense.

  50. livefreeor die says:

    Luddy’s revving up. This could be a good week for slut shaming!

  51. OldLineTexan says:

    livefreeor die :Luddy’s revving up. This could be a good week for slut shaming!

    I hope the little Nazi bastard has fun.

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  53. » Indeed. says:

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  54. Awsome gif. Chuck never looked so un-good in years. If he doesn’t man up he’ll prove once again how much of a leftist douche he is.

  55. ArmyWife says:

    I hate seeing how LGF has ridden the trolley right into Crazytown. Everytime I read these things it removes a piece of my very fond memories of what LGF was back in the day. Just so very sad.

    BUT – lots of good memories with names I am seeing here! *waves*