The Ruse And Fail Of Little Green Footballs: Part VI – Current Events & The Future Of LGF

This is Part 6 of a monograph about a blog named Little Green Footballs and its founder Charles Foster Johnson. Click the links below for related posts.
Prologue
Part 1 – Overview
Part 2 – The Ascendance of Charles Johnson and LGF
Part 3 – The Bannings
Part 4 – The Flounces
Part 5 – The Turnaround
Part 6 – Current Events & The Future Of LGF

Bonus track: Revisiting Rathergate

PART 6 – CURRENT EVENTS & THE FUTURE OF LGF

No one argues that Charles Johnson had no right to change his mind politically. He has every right to do so. Happens all the time. What doesn’t happen all the time is when a one-time top-notch political blogger decides to attack those who helped push him into the spotlight rather than just carry on with his own business.

There are plenty of people who became more conservative after the tragic events of 9/11, Johnson among them. But the people who made Johnson’s blog great – his “Lizard Army,” his “minions” as they called themselves – were owed better than the backstabbing and subsequent kangaroo court trials followed by a bum’s rush to the door.

Once a loyal lizard was booted for stepping on one too many invisible eggshells, the vanquished was demonized by those remaining behind, and that’s what got people pissed off, both left and right, about Charles Johnson. He couldn’t be trusted. He exposed himself, not by his words, but by his actions. Johnson is nothing more than an opportunist with no loyalty to anyone but himself.

In retrospect, Johnson might have handled it better. He might have explained his progressive epiphany or allowed dissent on LGF, but he didn’t. There was no transition period, and without warning it was Johnson’s way or the highway. Over 16,000 people either picked the highway [1] or had the decision made for them. [2] Now Johnson presides over what is essentially an online cult. Johnson asserts that he doesn’t ban anyone for disagreeing with him or for questioning him, which is an out and out falsehood, and there are over 16K who know it.

The Little Green Footballs of today bears no resemblance to the Little Green Footballs of old. Today, Johnson and his blog are objects of ridicule, and the once insightful topic threads are merely echo chambers for his rants du jour. He makes feeble attempts to recapture national prominence by hawking outlandish claims against national conservative figures – a provocative Rush Limbaugh thread here, a Glenn Beck smear thread there, a snark against the GOP and Mitt Romney, hoping that someone will mention him. So far none have taken the bait, and none have done so because Johnson hasn’t come up with any original material.

That includes his one claim to fame: Rathergate. Believe it or not, Charles Johnson stole and took credit for that one, too.

Glenn Beck mentioned LGF on his television show in early 2009, but it was to eviscerate  Johnson’s false claim (with video evidence) that Beck’s followers favored book burning. Indeed, the video revealed that it was a liberal anti-Beck provocateur at the rally making the comments. [3]

Johnson was no longer able to propel his once-famous blog to national prominence on its own merits and Little Green Footballs became nothing more than a vehicle for flame throwing and pathetic cries for attention.

Then Johnson discovered Twitter.

Once Johnson understood the exponential power of Twitter, that it allowed him to forward links to thousands at the click of a mouse, he used it to promote LGF pages and threads and to hawk music from his Amazon store using the handle @Lizardoid. But he didn’t stop there.

The TwitterWars

There is no doubt that Johnson engaged in “TwitterWars” with prominent bloggers. In 2011 his prime target was the late Andrew Breitbart. While Brietbart had over 16,000 Twitter followers, Johnson had barely 2,000, but on Twitter it doesn’t matter because it works exponentially.

If one has only two followers and they both re-tweet a message to two others who do the same, it doesn’t take long for a simple message from an unknown person to be broadcast to millions. For those of you who scoff at the 140 character limit of Twitter, that’s the power of it. A small handful of people can view and forward/retweet a link to millions in a short amount of time.

On the other hand, if you had only one follower on Twitter who Re-Tweeted your One Tweet and his name happened to be Breitbart, you just contacted 16k people. Twitter following counts don’t mean a lot.

Once on Twitter, Johnson came across as someone who believed that if Breitbart was paying attention to him, he must be important, when in fact, Breitbart retweeted every foul Tweet he received, and Johnson was merely one of thousands. Eventually even Breitbart tired of Johnson and blocked him. @Lizardoid cried foul, even though he himself aggressively blocked and reported anyone who disagreed with him (more about that below).

To his dismay, Johnson found he didn’t have the same control over Twitter as he did with Little Green Footballs. Twitter is public, as opposed to a private blog where an administrator creates and enforces the rules. Everything posted on Twitter is public, and there are archive sites such that once a Tweet is posted, that 140 character missive cannot be erased easily. For those who engage in TwitterWars, archiving is essential, and there are many who not only archive, but save screencaps for later use, for both attacks and defense. The practice is petulant and childish, but that’s what Twitter and other social media outlets have devolved to due to abuse of the systems.

Eventually, Johnson was alerted to an underhanded tactic used by some Twitter users to eliminate opposing political viewpoints. “Block and Report” was a Twitter tool designed to eliminate spam Tweets, but it had a flaw. Anyone could “Block and Report” anyone, and if enough Twitter users organized and targeted a specific user in a short period of time, regardless if that user was Tweeting spam, they could get that user blocked from Twitter. The automated system didn’t differentiate between real spam and faux reports, and the phenomenon became known as #Twittergulag.

#Twittergulag was denounced by Charles Johnson and others practicing it as a fraud, a manufactured outrage, until some intrepid sleuths figured out the algorithm and confirmed the practice by using throwaway Twitter accounts and testing it. Some of those accounts were “Blocked and Reported” and shut down without having posted a single Tweet to anyone. Johnson was part of the operation to shut down opposing views on Twitter, and once he was called on it, deleted many incriminating Tweets and changed his habits, at least in public. [4]

Current Trends

So is Johnson making a comeback? Not really. His August/Sept 2012 bounce was primarily a result of three events: The Republican National Convention, the Democrat National Convention, and the brutal assassinations at the U.S. Embassy in Libya. Removing those days from the mix, the average for both months drops by 100-200 (although that’s still higher than most of 2012).

Little Green Footballs, once premier among the conservative blogosphere, is barely a blip on anyone’s radar. It is no longer on anyone’s “must read” list except for those who follow and mock his decline, and the handful of sycophants who have deluded themselves that they’re a privileged elite allowed membership in an obsolete dysfunctional hive run by an egotistical blogger who believes that all other political bloggers should follow his lead and rule with an Iron Fist.

The truth is, Johnson just isn’t as important or as influential as he once was, and many newcomers to social media have never heard of him. For someone like Charles Johnson, his milieu has to be unnerving. He knows he’s no longer on the stage, and he’s not even the opener for the puppet show. What’s worse is that he knows there’s no one to blame but himself, and that’s a big chunk to swallow for anyone.

As summarized by a caller on a Blogmocracy Radio podcast:

“Charles Johnson is one of those guys who jumps out in front of the parade and thinks he’s leading it.”

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Caveat: In no way is this monograph comprehensive, nor is it intended to defame or otherwise impugn Charles Johnson, Little Green Footballs or anyone associated with any blog. Any and all conjecture should be intuitively obvious to the casual observer. This is not Wikipedia; however, if any readers find fault with this monograph, please leave comments with verifiable backup and we’ll correct factual errors.


[1]  See Part 4 of this series: “The Flounces” Diary of Daedalus, 25 September 2012. http://diaryofdaedalus.com/2012/09/25/the-ruse-and-fail-of-little-green-footballs-part-iv/

[2]  See Part 3 of this series: “The Bannings” Diary of Daedalus, 23 September 2012. http://diaryofdaedalus.com/2012/09/23/the-ruse-and-fail-of-little-green-footballs-part-iii/

[3] Transcript of the “Burn The Books” hoax with video. Glenn Beck, 13 April 2009. http://www.glennbeck.com/content/articles/article/198/23948/

[4]  “More Conclusive Proof @Lizardoid Tied to #Twittergulag”, PanOfTheForest, Diary of Daedaulus, 19 July 2011 http://diaryofdaedalus.com/2012/06/19/more-conclusive-proof-lizardoid-tied-to-twittergulag/

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Credits: This Series was a collaborative effort by dozens of netizens across the blogosphere, some with axes to grind, some just curious observers, and some are still lizards in good standing at Little Green Footballs. Kudos to LGF2.0/The Blogmocracy, Diary of Daedalus, The Boiler Room Crew and many others who provided behind-the-scenes leads, tips and commentary for this monograph. Andrew Breitbart would have loved it.

Special Thanks go out to, um, well, you know who you are.

We can’t wrap this up without a hat tip to the biggest contributor. Charles, if it wasn’t for you and your “If you don’t like it here, start your own blog” advice, none of this would have been possible, and for that we owe you a lot of gratitude. You’ve provided us and others with years of entertainment. Carry on, you rascal you.

One more thing, Charles. On behalf of all those who helped you along the way, those friends you turned on and backstabbed, Bite Me.

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123 Comments on “The Ruse And Fail Of Little Green Footballs: Part VI – Current Events & The Future Of LGF”

  1. Abu bin Squid says:

    Briareus,
    Thanks for these well-researched knees to Charles’s micro-groin. Milieu, lol! Please keep the pedal to the metal until LGF shuts down for good.

    Fist? (sic)

  2. Abu bin Squid says:

    The picture above with 9 Chunkys reminds me of Hollywood Squares except Paul Lynde in the middle was better looking and less ghay.

  3. RTR's Rude Awakening says:

    Looks like his hits have bounced back in that graph. He’s finally turning it around! To inanity, and beyond!

  4. RTR's Rude Awakening says:

    This is for Kurt. Reason #7 for celibacy. Super Gonorrhea

  5. poteen2 says:

    Buck is all alone at the top of the dead pool.

    10 Charles Johnson Sun, Sep 30, 2012 7:48:42pm

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    re: #6 Buck

    Maybe you can watch the whole thing. I appreciate that it would be easier for you if I create a written summary for you.

    When I detect propaganda, of which this video is a crude example, I tend to become unreceptive.

    11 Buck Sun, Sep 30, 2012 7:57:00pm

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    re: #10 Charles Johnson

    I am disappointed. In this case unreceptive = close minded.

    12 Charles Johnson Sun, Sep 30, 2012 7:58:57pm

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    re: #11 Buck

    I am disappointed. In this case unreceptive = close minded.

    Yep, my mind is totally closed to the bullshit spread by Stephen Schwartz.

  6. poteen2 says:

    BTW, Charlie’s twitter feed is changed.

  7. garycooper says:

    In the last thread, it was mentioned that Chunky Icky provided his soulless noodling in a band called Catzeye, in the ’80’s. A quick search turned up this evidence: http://labibledelawestcoast.blogspot.com/2012/03/mari-iijima-miss-lemon-1988.html

    Mari Iijima’s work on this album is all over Youtube, battling it out for supremacy in the Asian supermarkets of the ’80’s with the divine Wing, aka “Dericate Frower.” In this tune, you can hear Icky’s aimless plonking around the two minute mark, and later in the endless song.

    I’m a bigger fan of Wing’s, I have to admit.

    • dwells38 says:

      So I’m starting to get the idea she loves someone. Do I have that right? So Johnson’s in there somewhere? My mind went numb with the vapid repetitions of “I Love You” I think around the key change.

    • dwells38 says:

      Now Wing I get. She’s flat out bad and has no idea. Gotta love that! And if she wrote her own stuff she could mask it as “artistic”. Like Yoko Ono. But by doing covers she idiotically leaves no misimpression that she sucks to hell.

      • garycooper says:

        Have you seen the South Park episodes featuring Wing? Awesomely hilarious. 😆

      • dwells38 says:

        What a sweetheart. I just played that for my daughters and they were highly amused. And of course your daughter sings about 1000xs better than that I’m happy to honestly say.

      • garycooper says:

        Thanks, Dwells…at the risk of coming off biased, I have to agree about my girl versus the formidable Wing. Wing has a lot or range stylistically, though. Not many singers can cover AC/DC and Celine Dion, and do them both equal justice.

  8. garycooper says:

    The series was great. If anything, you took it easy on the insane recluse. Except for those video-caps, above…man, that was brutal!! 😆

    But seriously, I have had the unfortunate experience of knowing several people who’ve slid into mental illness and heavy medication, whether self-administered or prescribed by a doctor. The rapid dissolution of Chunky’s physical appearance, coupled with the mental breakdown chronicled on his blog, is a tragic testament to the fragility of human mental health. Safeguard your health, people!

    • Bunk X says:

      One of the first drafts I saw was titled “Here’s The Story Of A Big Fat Fuckin’ Asshole.” We realized that wouldn’t fly, except for here.

      • garycooper says:

        I like that title, but it doesn’t suggest the real underlying story here, which is the sudden change undergone by Fatass which began with his wretched reaction to being scorned by Pam. It was really Kafka-esque, and remains so to this day in some respects. I’m thinking of Kafka’s famous story, “The Metamorphosis,” The famous first line of the tale captures Chunky’s situation perfectly:

        As [Charles Johnson] awoke one morning from unsettling dreams, he found himself changed in his bed into a monstrous vermin.

      • dwells38 says:

        I’m hearing that to the tune of “The Ballad of Jed Clampett”. It’s catchy!

      • dwells38 says:

        Actually I was thinking of the Brady Bunch theme. I’m old and my whole life happened like 30 years ago. 🙂

      • dwells38 says:

        You’d have to change it to “Now listen to a story ’bout a man named Chunk, he plunked a mean geetar but some others thought he stunk, he thought he’d make some software called Mouskamanieeeee, but intead he started postin’ on the World Webeez…… Blogs that is…..Ya’ll git blocked now….” er somethin’. Buzz I ain’t.

  9. dwells38 says:

    garycooper :
    I like that title, but it doesn’t suggest the real underlying story here, which is the sudden change undergone by Fatass which began with his wretched reaction to being scorned by Pam. It was really Kafka-esque, and remains so to this day in some respects. I’m thinking of Kafka’s famous story, “The Metamorphosis,” The famous first line of the tale captures Chunky’s situation perfectly:
    As [Charles Johnson] awoke one morning from unsettling dreams, he found himself changed in his bed into a monstrous vermin.

    Right. I read that too. Didn’t he wake up to find he was a giant cockroach? That dude was messed up for sure. His father thought he was a loser and indeed, no one thought much of him until he was dead. His style was considered part of the so called Existentialism movement, right? That’s about all I know about Kafka without Googling and I’m way too lazy for that.

    • Archonix says:

      Kafka also wrote The Trial, which is a fairly good description of how government bureaucracies work these day.

    • garycooper says:

      I think we’ve all had mornings, sometime in our lives, when we felt like we’ve turned into something we didn’t want or expect to happen. Usually it’s a feeling that passes, once we’ve had our coffee and shaken off the fog of nausea and fatigue that often accompanies the Monday morning wake-up call.

      In the case of Chunky and Gregor Samsa, it’s a real and hideous transformation, that quickly leads to societal rejection and misery. Metaphors do come true, as Fatass found out to his everlasting chagrin. Cockroaches, no matter how huge and revolting, do get squashed. Nobody likes a cockroach. That’s why they hide out, away from the light.

      I found the story online, so anyone who didn’t waste precious time as an English Major could enjoy it: http://records.viu.ca/~johnstoi/stories/kafka-e.htm

  10. garycooper says:

    http://www.theonion.com/articles/no-one-murdered-because-of-this-image,29553/

    Hard to believe nobody’s been killed over this abomination, yet. Can you think of an easy addition to the pile, that would result in worldwide rage?

    Oh, and Fatass? This is one of those unusual Onion stories that is actually true, in addition to being comedic. I know the concept of The Onion is very confusing to your drug-addled brain.

    • rightymouse says:

      That’s terrible!! 😦
      I think I’m going to go on a rampage in protest…..

      • garycooper says:

        Yes, it’s very bad! I never thought my eyes would assaulted by an image of the Father and Son crossing swords over Ganesh. As for the latter’s depiction, why aren’t the Hindus torching cities and calling for assassinations? 😆

  11. rightymouse says:

    That is one unattractive guy. Eeeeyew! And he does it to himself with the granny hair and silly clothing. Dude needs a serious make-over and dump some weight/bloat.

    • garycooper says:

      He epitomizes the Unhealthy Recluse look, which is so fashionable in basements across the nation. Way to be, Chunky! 😯

      • rightymouse says:

        A man of his age should be ashamed of himself going out in public like that. Dude has never grown up it seems.

    • 1389AD says:

      Yoo hoo, Charles: Get a haircut, take a shower, buy some respectable clothes (at a thrift shop if need be), go out in the sun and walk a few miles every day and meet and talk to some normal people.

      Problem is, he is too nucking futz to be able to carry on a normal conversation with normal people.

  12. rightymouse says:

    BTW, Gary! Great football game between Ohio State & Michigan over the weekend. :mrgreen:

    • garycooper says:

      You know, my wife and I are both UM grads, and that was MSU getting punked by OSU…until last year, we would have gotten nothing but pleasure out of it. Now we have our younger daughter going to school there, so we have to take some interest in them doing…okay. It’s not always easy. The Spartans will let you down hard, as my Sparty-brothers will attest. Not that the Michigan Wolverines are any powerhouse these days, but we are on the way back from the disastrous DickRod Years.

  13. rightymouse says:

    Chuckie’s Twitter link has changed:

    “You can now follow me at https://twitter.com/Green_Footballs

  14. OLT's Actual Talent Doesn't Suck says:

    dwells38 :

    garycooper :
    I like that title, but it doesn’t suggest the real underlying story here, which is the sudden change undergone by Fatass which began with his wretched reaction to being scorned by Pam. It was really Kafka-esque, and remains so to this day in some respects. I’m thinking of Kafka’s famous story, “The Metamorphosis,” The famous first line of the tale captures Chunky’s situation perfectly:
    As [Charles Johnson] awoke one morning from unsettling dreams, he found himself changed in his bed into a monstrous vermin.

    Right. I read that too. Didn’t he wake up to find he was a giant cockroach? That dude was messed up for sure. His father thought he was a loser and indeed, no one thought much of him until he was dead. His style was considered part of the so called Existentialism movement, right? That’s about all I know about Kafka without Googling and I’m way too lazy for that.

    Kafka explained for my generation, with guitarists that don’t suck!

    • garycooper says:

      😆

      That was pretty good! Nice mixing of genres, with no undue attention paid to such trivial matters as musical quality or good taste. 🙂

    • dwells38 says:

      Yes, that’s funny. I always liked that cartoon. It’s gotta be a weird world for you young’uns. It was different when I came up. You had to entertain your brain (if you had one) with BOOKS!. I read some Kafka because I went thru a period in college where I wanted to explore something more challenging and differnt than just sci-fi. I’d read every book Niven, Asimov, Bradbury, Zelazny etc..had written by frosh yr and I thought I’d branch out. Took a philo class and found out about these thinker dudes like Sartre and Camus which led to Kafka. What I found out was they may be first class thinkers, but they weren’t first class writers. That’s when I then became a fan of Hemingway, Steinbeck, Updike, Faulkner and others. Great American writers. Upike’s my fav. And if you just want to read gorgeous writing then the master Shakespeare is always top notch brain-candy. Updike follows in his tradition of telling you every thought of every character. Which is something I always tell my kids, you don’t get in movies. You don’t get the whole character, including their thoughts no matter how good the director or actors. I realize people who don’t read can still be very smart, but I sometimes think they don’t know what they’re missing.

      • garycooper says:

        I’m a big fan of all the Americans you name here, and also put Updike at or near the top of them all. Just a total genius, who understood humans better than anyone. I re-read “Couples” last summer…it’s still one of the greatest “dirty books” in the American canon. 🙂 I’ve read the “Rabbit” books a couple of times apiece, too. Just brilliant.

  15. OLT's I Bet They Are says:

    rightymouse :
    Chuckie’s Twitter link has changed:
    “You can now follow me at https://twitter.com/Green_Footballs

    Wait, so the boogers are big now?

  16. rightymouse says:

    Charles Johnson
    @Green_Footballs
    Scientist of love.
    Left Coast · http://littlegreenfootballs.com

    😆

  17. Arachne says:

    {{rightymouse!!!}}

  18. windbag says:

    I’m not psychic or anything, but I think I caught a glimpse into the future of LFG.

  19. Medchemmer says:

    What happened to the Twitterwar Theater feature on the right side of the page? It’s not displaying anything.

  20. garycooper says:

    “The Scientist Of Love” is a hairy-palmed gent, who proves AGW is true by sticking that hairy hand behind the fridge. The hand is hairy from constant master debating. It’s a well-known side-effect of living all alone for many years, avoiding sunlight and women.

  21. OLT's Got Taste says:

    garycooper :

    That was pretty good! Nice mixing of genres, with no undue attention paid to such trivial matters as musical quality or good taste.

    Brendan Small is a comedy and musical genius. Plus (and this is a big one in my book) he’s NEVER stalked me (that I am aware of).

    Much better than chicken-necking jazz noodling from the VW-stealing past of a macrocorpuscular evolutionary dead end aging stalking creep. Who stalks you and then cries like a beeyotch about it.

  22. OLT's Rowr, Baby says:

    rightymouse :
    {{Arachne}}

    That’s what I like, a little grrl on grrl.

    /ducks and runs

  23. Pakimon says:

    Somebody needs to submit a work order to the BRC to get the Twitterwarrior Theatre adjusted.

    It is after all, a window into Chunky’s Cheetos clogged little brain.

    “Scientist of love”…give me a break. 🙄

    I can think of more appropriate titles such as:

    Physicist of flab

    Imam of inanity

    Minister of moonbatism

    Champion of Cheetos

    Etc. etc.

  24. OLT's SCIENCE meets ALGEBRA and HAZ A BABEE says:

    RTR’s Rude Awakening :
    I think that means that he likes to study his penis penis penis lol through a microscope.

    Facts: Testicular cancer is bad, painful, and deadly.
    It consists of cancer and testicles.
    Algebra: No testicles means no testicular cancer.
    Conclusion: LGF prevents testicular cancer

  25. RTR's Rude Awakening says:

    rightymouse :
    Charles Johnson
    @Green_Footballs
    Scientist of love.
    Left Coast · http://littlegreenfootballs.com

    I just threw up a little cheeto in my mouth, and choked on it. And then blew it out, laughing my ass off. 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆

  26. Minnow says:

    This is a joke – right?

    This love thing Charles – that would be the relationship you have with – what? – your palm, your Cheetos, your pony-tail, your ego?

    Can you give us a little more insight?

  27. Speranza says:

    “In retrospect, Johnson might have handled it better. He might have explained his progressive epiphany or allowed dissent on LGF, but he didn’t.”

    And that in a nutshell is why we are all here.

    • RTR's Rude Awakening says:

      Not all of us. Many of us just left when the lame got turned up to 11.

      • Arachne says:

        Many of us left when Dan Rather filed a lawsuit (oh, wait, no, that was just me).

        But then I got to flounce when asshole didn’t ban me, even AFTER I outed myself at the Blogmocracy (I had been posting as “Right Wing” because I still had friends over there that hadn’t drunk the kool-aid and I didn’t want to stick them in an embarrassing position. They gone now).

  28. PeteP says:

    If he was any fatter in the photos above, he’d look like Jabba the Hut. No wonder he hardly ever steps out of his basement.

  29. Minnow says:

    Chunky’s so fat, people jog around him for exercise.

  30. Minnow says:

    Chunky so fat, he wear a sock on each toe…..

  31. Minnow says:

    Chunky so fat, he has his own zip code….

  32. OLT's Drip Cloth says:

    Arachne :
    Dude — again with the changing nic and loss of my Starbucks. This must stop. My IT Department has hired a hit man.

    YOU CANNOT DENY TEH MATHS INVOLVED.

  33. el dop del ganger says:

    charles really does look like Aunt Bea from the andy griffith show.

    sorry Bea

    • Liz_Ardoid says:

      I think he’s reached the stage that a headscarf would suit him

      also great for some incognito investigative reporting 😆

    • dwells38 says:

      I was thinking Auntie Em or Emily Littella, but now I’m thinking Ruth Buzzie. It makes total sense if you think about it. Remember how Artie Johnson always played that Nazi hiding in the bushes??? And he also played the dirty old man that Ruth Buzzie would bludgeon with her pures??

      OMG this is a major breakthrough for Charles’ psyche!!

      Charles, Artie Johnson was just a comedic character, and those bushes were fake. You can relax and put your purse down.

  34. haysoos says:

    imagine what Gus looks like, sitting in a chair, posting 18-20 hours a day…what a life, what a sacrifice, eh?….internet addiction iz fer reelz

  35. Arachne says:

    Liz_Ardoid :

    maybe a nice update for his twitter image?

    http://i50.tinypic.com/2ut5cv4.jpg

    Oh hell – new rule – no visiting this site if there is even a remote chance that liquids might be imbibed.

    We need to find a way to tweet that to his followers – or at the very least get it to Dana Loesch and Stacy McCain.

  36. snowcrash says:

    Did we lose Johnson twitter feed from the sidebar? Too bad. In other news Ahmadinajads cameraman defected and is seeking asylum in NYC. Made me smile.

  37. RTR's Math Denial says:

    garycooper :
    That headscarf screams him!

    Charles Foster Babushka.

  38. snowcrash says:

    He really should change his twitter profile picture.

  39. RTR's Math Denial says:

    Seriously, WTF is a “scientist of love”? Does he operate peter meters or something?

  40. TreBob says:

    Charles is really Jessie Evans?

  41. haysoos says:

    Arachne :
    No way – I don’t want that asshole being mistaken for a Saints fan!!

    worth considering

  42. poteen2 says:

    Univision broadcast their Fast and Furious documentary last night.

    More than 2 gunwalker ops.

    More lost guns.

    More Mexican dead,, many were kids..

    Still not as newsworthy as zingers to Charlie.

    Give it up asshole, try as you might, they won’t let you in to the BBB.

    –(Barack’s Bukkake Brigade)–

  43. garycooper says:

    Ace is putting the steel boots of his ardent raaaacism to work on the Empty Chair’s scandals today, in fine fashion. I love his new phrase for the MSM: “Palace Guard Media.” Off with their heads, after the election. 😈

  44. snowcrash says:

    If you clicked that link you might want to check if you are now following Johnson on Twitter.