Nick Searcy slams Charles

It’s funny when someone mocks Charles Johnson on Twitter. Actor Nick Searcy slams Charles for having a meltdown. This gets Charles angry and he makes a post about it. Even funnier, Charles calls him a 2 bit bit actor. He retaliates by pointing out the insignificance of Charles Johnson.

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It’s funny seeing a failed blogger and washed up musician calling a Peabody Award winning and currently employed actor 2 bit. Charles is really now one to talk considering he runs a 5th rate Blog.



111 Comments on “Nick Searcy slams Charles”

  1. rightymouse says:

    Have you noticed? Every time Charlie tries to play with the big boys, he makes a fool of himself. Not hard to do, but still….. 😆

  2. Because Heheheh says:

    And between his music, mouse programming, web developing, and blogging careers, Chunk’s still trying to scrape his first ‘bit’ together. And failing.

    Chuck. Al-Guardian just called. They told you to go yuck fourself.

  3. Captain Death says:

    Charles Johnson is now going to have one obsessive thread after another about NIck Searcy.
    Speaking about “two bit” anything, Charles Johnson is a former two-bit jazz guitar player. Nick Searcy never claimed to be Sir Laurence Olivier but he is a “working actor” which means he has a steady paycheck which is something Fatso Johnson has not seen in a long, long time (welfare checks and food stamps don’t count).

  4. trebob says:

    Any NCAA fans can watch OU welcome West Virginia to Big 12 football on Fox. 🙂

  5. Captain Death says:

    “Limp Dick” Johnson likes to pick fights with people better known than him in the forlorn hopes that the Left will rally behind him. It never happens.

  6. Octopus says:

    This song got into my head today, thanks to my kid, and now I’m gifting y’all with it. Perhaps now I will be delivered. 😈

  7. Octopus says:

    Btw, not only is Searcy a fine actor on one of the best shows on TV, he’s also the proprietor and lead instructor of the finest acting school on Youtube. What does Fatass do, again? Oh, yeah….he tweets the daily waddling orders from Media Matters. Most commendable, Chunky! 😆

    Check out Searcy, he’s a stitch:

  8. Octopus says:

    You would get stuck halfway down the slide, Fatass. 😦 😳

  9. Octopus says:

    Furious Burka, a pool-slide into some nice cool water might be just the thing to soothe the burning itch from your botched circumcision. The chlorine might sting a little, though. Worth a try!

  10. Al-Cheezeera says:

    “I have a pool your argument is invalid”? There was no argument going on. You exchanged insults with him and failed. I guess now you’re going to stalk him, huh?

    Searcy blocks Charles in 5, 4, 3, 2…

    • gizbot7 says:

      Chunk does not want to go there. I’ve been following Searcy for a while, and he will eat Chunks sorry ass for breakfast and then make him look as ignorant on twitter as he is in real life. If Chunk decides to go for it, he better prepare for lots of stinging! Popcorn anyone?

    • Because says:

      That’s a play on this:

      Chuck’s just so hep about these ninnernet thangs.

    • Octopus says:

      Still, like I said in the last thread, being noticed by a successful Hollywood actor is the most exciting thing that’s happened to Fatass since Pam brushed his arm with her boob. He’s pounding his head against the wall as we speak, trying to figure out the best way to leverage this unforeseen stroke of luck into some kind of generalized publicity. It won’t happen, Chunky. Your act has been seen, and found terribly thin on entertaining content. Maybe if you published your own obit…? DEATH THREAT!! WOOT-WOOT-WOOT!!

  11. Because Does DEFCON have anything to do with taking a dump? says:

    This is DEFCON 19:

    When Space Elephants Attack: A DEFCON Challenge for Database Geeks

  12. Kurt's bitch please says:

    Bitch slap fighting Charles ” where are they now file” Johnson sure gets pissy when he gets bitch slapped

  13. poteen2 says:

    Charles who?

  14. poteen2 says:

    I don’t like it when these actor cats come into the yard and slobber on our cat’s Charlie Chew Toy. Harrumph!

  15. Because says:

    Twitter’s gone quiet… too quiet…

  16. Kurt's scorecard says:

    Charles ” Icarus ” Johnson
    – stole a VW
    – killed a blog
    – bumf

    Nick Searcy
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    – Appomattox … Joseph E. Johnston

    2014 Greater (post-production)
    The Farmer
    2010-2013 Justified (TV series)
    Chief Deputy U.S. Marshal Art Mullen
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    – Peace of Mind (2013) … Chief Deputy U.S. Marshal Art Mullen
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    – Get Drew (2013) … Chief Deputy U.S. Marshal Art Mullen
    – The Hatchet Tour (2013) … Chief Deputy U.S. Marshal Art Mullen
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    2013 Archer (TV series)
    Border Patrol
    – Coyote Lovely (2013) … Border Patrol (voice)

    2012 Chloe + Zoë (TV series)
    2012/I Gone
    Mr. Miller
    2012/II Metamorphosis (short)
    Peter Serling
    2011 Moneyball
    Matt Keough
    2010-2011 Svetlana (TV series)
    Buster Devereaux
    – Me Love You Decent Amount of Time (2011) … Buster Devereaux
    – Crystal Methdown (2010) … Buster Devereaux
    – Sex Faces (2010) … Buster Devereaux

    2010 The Mentalist (TV series)
    Sheriff Andy Burnside
    – Red Letter (2010) … Sheriff Andy Burnside

    2010 The Last Song
    Tom Blakelee
    2010 Blood Done Sign My Name
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    – Black Friday (2009) … Mr. Donnelly

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    Dinner-game guest (uncredited)
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    Roy Buffkin
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    – The Last Temptation of Wayne (2008)

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    Det. Jordan
    – Lucky (2007) … Det. Jordan

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    2007 Welcome to Paradise
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    Joseph Barnes
    – Family (2007) … Joseph Barnes

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    Mr. Craddock
    – Hail & Farewell (2007) … Mr. Craddock

    2007 An American Crime
    Lester Likens
    2006 The Dead Girl
    2006 Flicka
    Norbert Rye
    2005-2006 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (TV series)
    Sheriff Burdick
    – Built to Kill: Part 1 (2006) … Sheriff Burdick
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    2005 Neighborhood Watch
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    White Wedding
    2004 The Lost Cause (short)
    CJ Krieger
    2004 The Assassination of Richard Nixon
    Tom Ford
    2004 The Last Summer
    Mr. Black
    2004 Capital City (TV movie)

    2003 Line of Fire (TV series)
    U.S. Marshal Tim Jackson
    – Boom, Swagger, Boom (2003) … U.S. Marshal Tim Jackson

    2003 The West Wing (TV series)
    Nate Singer
    – Disaster Relief (2003) … Nate Singer

    2003 Runaway Jury
    2003 The Guardian (TV series)
    Paul Nystrom
    – Big Coal (2003) … Paul Nystrom

    2003 Lucky (TV series)
    Jackson Linkletter
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    2003 Head of State
    Brian Lewis
    2003 CSI: Miami (TV series)
    Jack Seeger
    – Dispo Day (2003) … Jack Seeger

    2002 Sightlines (short)
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    1998 About Sarah (TV movie)
    1998 From the Earth to the Moon (TV mini-series)
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    1995 Double Rush (TV series)
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    Todd Peterson
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    John Ray Wilkens
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    1994 Thunder Alley (TV series)
    – As a Manner of Fact (1994) … Brett
    – A Fistful of Phyllis (1994) … Brett
    – Happy Endings (1994) … Brett
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    – Girls’ Night Out (1994) … Brett
    See all 8 episodes »

    1994 In the Best of Families: Marriage, Pride & Madness (TV movie)
    Brian Butler
    1993 Return to Lonesome Dove (TV mini-series)
    – The Passing (1993) … Raab
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    Roy Sweeney
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    Construction Driver
    1993 Deadly Relations (TV movie)
    Detective Gorman
    1993 When Love Kills: The Seduction of John Hearn (TV movie)
    1993 Sunny’s Deliverance (short)

    1993 Losers in Love
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    1992 In the Heat of the Night (TV series)
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    Rob Morgan
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    1985 Killin’ Time (short)

  17. Because change the subject says:

  18. Because like Lurch a what? says:

    • livefreeor die says:

      He’s STILL tweeting about this. Not much else to talk about in the news since TEH ONE stepped on a red line.

  19. poteen2 says:

    Racist birther. Surprised Charlie hasn’t used him yet.

  20. poteen2 says:


    Try this

  21. trebob says:

    Well, West Virginia played well. Much better than the last time we played them. They’re a great addition to the conference.

    OU 16 WVU 7

    • Octopus says:

      Notre Dame played my Wolverines tough, as per usual. Brian Kelly is a fine coach and recruiter, and he’s going to keep that team in the running for years. It’s a great rivalry, maybe the oldest around, and the dumbasses are letting it go. The Big 10 invited ND to join for ten years, at least, and the Irish watched the likes of Penn State struggle, so they graciously declined, and joined the ACC instead. It’s more to their taste, the refined ACC:

      Much better chance of coming out of there with a bowl-worthy record.

      As for Michigan, I like Devin Gardner as our new QB. He’s got all the tools, just needs some ferocious seasoning, and tonight’s game was a great start. This early-on matchup with ND needs to be replaced with a non-conference game with another national contender, one with historic roots, hopefully. Not Alabama! I would prefer a Texas, Oklahoma or California team, maybe even an Oregon, if they can settle on a uniform and some modesty amongst their cheerleaders. 😉

      • Abu penis penis penis lol says:

        ND and Michigan was always a drag on the Big Ten schedule. Now that the Big Ten has more than 10 teams, and ND is committed to 5 games a year to a conference, maybe it’s time to say goodbye and move on. I have no dog in this fight but what’s the big deal? Michigan will get 116,000 for a game against any college team. What’s the beef?

      • snowcrash says:

        I have nothing to say about the Texas at BYU game. Nothing good, that is.

    • Octopus says:

      Stork looked pretty guilty, in the picture. They say guilt brings out the flavor, so I hope the family enjoyed their guilty pleasure.

      • Because Milyo says:

        Guilty of delivering babies? I would have expected the NARAL crowd to kill the stork, but not the splodies. That stork was delivering Abdul, the C4 mule.

        Or did they eat him, too?

    • Octopus says:

      Marvin Gaye’s “Sexual Healing” does not exist. I think the Rapture done happened, and we are what’s Left Behind. Dang! 😡

  22. Abu Saturday Evening Workout says:

  23. buzzsawmonkey says:

    In Greek mythology, Circe was the enchantress who turned men into swine.

    In real life, Searcy doesn’t have to do much of anything for Mad King Yertle to reveal his inner pig.

  24. dwells38 says:

    So Searcy’s addle-brained because he’s against Obamacare? Or maybe he’s just informed stupid Fat Chunk:

    Obamacare versus artists, writers, musicians, actors, et al.

    Up until now professional organizations have worked with insurance providers to craft reduced-rate plans for their members. But thanks to the fine print in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), on January 1, 2014, many of these plans will fail to pass legal muster.
    The College Art Association website posted a notice this month: “The New York Life Insurance Company recently informed CAA that it will no longer offer catastrophic healthcare coverage previously available to CAA members.” Why? Because it “is no longer an option” for “associations whose members reside in different states” to provide such coverage. These members will have to seek help from their home states’ newly formed Obamacare exchanges. Plans offered to Modern Language Association (MLA) members will suffer a similar fate.
    Other insurance providers are reporting cancellations. The Entertainment Industry Group Insurance Trust (TEIGIT) website posts the following notice: “All individual and/or Sole Proprietor Health Insurance will terminate January 1, 2014. This includes plans acquired as Members of our Affiliated Associations & their groups.” Those affiliated associations include the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, the Dramatists Guild, the Graphic Arts Guild, NY Women in Film and Television, and many others
    David Rubin, plan administrator, explains the effect of the Obamacare rules: “In TEIGIT’s case this insurance is limited to sole proprietors (i.e., self-employed) who are members of affiliated guilds/associations/unions, and are working at least 20 hours a week (averaged out because performers often work intensely and then have slow periods) in the fields of art and entertainment.”
    Twenty hours? This will affect huge numbers of freelance artists, musicians, disc jockeys, and so forth. This is not a matter of penalties, mandates, or a business’s ability to absorb the cost, but rather a change in definition. Freelancers are losing their collective purchasing power because they are now considered “individuals.”
    But don’t worry, everyone will be covered, right? As the College Art Association notes in a “Brief message” to its members on its website, “Here’s the good news: PPACA includes comprehensive reform that is designed to provide affordable health coverage for all individuals. The average premium for individuals who purchase coverage directly today (i.e., they do not receive coverage through their employer) is expected to decline significantly.”
    But the membership of these organizations should worry. Unless they are older or suffer from some preexisting condition that made coverage hard to obtain, freelance artists, designers, and musicians forced to enter the state-run exchanges are far more likely to see their rates go up—or to face the individual mandate penalties. This will be especially true, as alert observers of Obamacare implementation have noted, for those under the age of 30.
    Professional organizations should also worry. Once they can no longer offer discounts on health insurance, might prospective members have second thoughts about joining? Sure, the MLA, perhaps the largest professional association of academics with a 2012 membership of 28,563, can withstand losing a few hundred members. And the CAA attracts over 6,000 attendees to its annual conference. But smaller organizations do not have such cushions. Even as some current plans are grandfathered in under the new rules, future members might think twice about joining. After all, why should they, when one of the prime benefits of banding together with their peers has been removed? TEIGIT and similar insurers will almost certainly lose a lot of clients not because their customers were unhappy but because of Obamacare.

  25. dwells38 says:

    Let’s see. Who’s the nutjob denier now Fat Chunky??

    Global warming? No, actually we’re cooling, claim scientists
    A cold Arctic summer has led to a record increase in the ice cap, leading experts to predict a period of global cooling.

    There has been a 60 per cent increase in the amount of ocean covered with ice compared to this time last year, they equivalent of almost a million square miles.
    In a rebound from 2012’s record low an unbroken ice sheet more than half the size of Europe already stretches from the Canadian islands to Russia’s northern shores, days before the annual re-freeze is even set to begin.
    The Northwest Passage from the Atlantic to the Pacific has remained blocked by pack-ice all year, forcing some ships to change their routes.
    A leaked report to the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) seen by the Mail on Sunday, has led some scientists to claim that the world is heading for a period of cooling that will not end until the middle of this century.
    If correct, it would contradict computer forecasts of imminent catastrophic warming. The news comes several years after the BBC predicted that the arctic would be ice-free by 2013.

    • trebob says:

      Geez, you really are a know nothing denier aren’t you? Don’t you realize that this cooling is PROOF of global warming and it’s worse now than ever? It’s simple science, if there is more ice in the Arctic then that heat has got to go somewhere. It’s trapped and building in areas we just haven’t discovered yet. More ice in the Arctic means more heat trapped somewhere waiting to explode with catastrophic results. Maybe out of the back of your refrigerator.

      Listen to the Goracle (pbuh) you deniers and learn.

    • dwells38 says:

      What was I thinking?? I r shtoopid.

  26. Minnow says:

    Chunky vs. Searcy is analogous to a 6-week old puppy trying to assert his dominance over a highly trained attack dog.

    Fun to watch.

  27. Abu Bears! says:

    Before the game I saw this enlightening article on John Kerry’s source for all things Syria. This journalist is named Charles C. Johnson, the one who can write.

    • Because Milyo says:

      “Elizabeth O’Bagy”

      Sounds like Irish Rose, huh?

    • dwells38 says:

      Are there any other soldiers around that world that have to scream Allahu Ack’bar (or anything similar) 50 times a minute while in combat??

      What a fucking liar this dumbshit muzz loving useful idiot is. She doesn’t want Al Nusra designated a terror group because it might damage their efforts against Assad?? Even though they are terrorists and now war criminals as we’ve seen by their summary murder of enemy soldiers. And they terrorize Christians and other Muslims. Why should we bother taking sides between murder cult scum and dictator scum?? Both mete out torture and horror with zero compunction. Picking either only serves to legitimize them and pretend as though their fucked up death obsessed society deserves any kind of serious consideration as being equal to a normal Western society.

  28. dwells38 says:

    So, Chunky’s messiah boy-wonder is going to do a limited closed-ended strike to show Assad he can’t get away with these things. OK now you’re in a situation of, we do the strike and then he does it again. So…..THEN you intend to invade Syria and become entangled in their civil war and incoherent ME and Arab Islamicized politics and then spend a decade or more trying to rebuild a thankless hateful peoples? This O-bomb-uh idiot is just doubling down on stupid.

    WH chief of staff: ‘This is not Iraq or Afghanistan’
    “This is not Iraq or Afghanistan. This is not Libya,” he told CNN’s chief political correspondent, Candy Crowley. “This is not an extended air campaign. This is something that’s targeted, limited and effective, so as to underscore that (Syrian President Bashar al-Assad) should not think that he could get away with this again.”
    His comments echoed sentiments from President Barack Obama’s weekly address on Saturday, in which the president pledged U.S. action would not amount to “an open-ended intervention.”

  29. Arachne says:

    I tweeted Nic this a.m. about the thread here. Hope he stops by!

  30. Because Milyo says:

    Oh, lord. The wailing can be heard to the corners of the innernet, and beyond.

  31. Because get your tweezers out, Chucky says:

  32. Because Lulz says:

  33. Because dayam, this loozard's stupid says:

    • trebob says:

      He’s an idiot. Lot’s things are done with research that is crap and just a complete waste of time. Is it important? Sure, but it isn’t the reason for success. Yes, an iPhone uses technology that was first researched in a university, but that’s not what made it and thousands of other products a success as far as sales (distribution) and acceptance. Apple and other companies managed to push government out of the way of their success and absolutely DID build that.

      Lots of products didn’t become part of the digital world. Look at Mouse-ka-mania.

      • Because Lolwut says:

        Actually, there’s very little in an iPhone that came out of a university. In fact, there’s very little in an iPhone that came out of the United States. It’s all Chinese crap with a cute label on it that losers ejaculate over, based on fundamental technology that came ultimately from that corporation that was so big the donx had to break it up.

        Yeah, Ma Bell.

    • Al-Cheezeera says:

      B Sharp is a terminal fool. Does he do anything productive, or does he just pretend to on the Internet?

  34. Because Lolwut says:

  35. poteen2 says:

    45 Laertes Sun, Sep 8, 2013 12:02:46pm


    re: #41 ProTARDISLiberal

    If the witness can’t answer the question without jeopardizing national security, then the witness should decline to answer in open session.

    You do not get to lie to congress just because you really, really want to.

    Unless you work for the Black Man in the Whitehouse.

  36. dwells38 says:

    Ha. Chunk’s Preezydent O-bomb-uh is so arrogant that he doesn’t even reach out to congressional supporters in favor of his proposed Syria action! Why? Well it’s not because he’s too busy because he made a speech the other day about it and then went golfing. The real reason? Because they’re Republicans, aka the REAL ENEMY. Way to show those highly honed partisan and divisiveness chops there dumbshit Preezydent. You’re Preezydent of the Duhmbocrat party!!

  37. trebob says:

    buzzsawmonkey :
    In Greek mythology, Circe was the enchantress who turned men into swine.
    In real life, Searcy doesn’t have to do much of anything for Mad King Yertle to reveal his inner pig.

    Oh Geez, where is the updinger on this darn thing?

  38. rightymouse says:


  39. rightymouse says:

    Yeah. Because dead Americans (including an Ambassador) are such an effing yawner to the likes of Charles. A-hole!

    • livefreeor die says:

      That’s because Wednesday is the first anniversary of the attack on our embassy there,

    • Arachne says:

      No intellectual curiosity, Snivelpuss, as to why so many CIA in the area? And why a consulate in Benghazi? Why no response or even an attempt at one? Why keeping witnesses under wraps. Why LIE about a video and jail the man who made it?

      What am I saying? You and the word “intellectual” aren’t even in the same area code.

  40. trebob says:

    Because Lolwut :
    Actually, there’s very little in an iPhone that came out of a university.

    You are so right. It’s the lib’s little assign blame/credit where they like game. Like if some guy who invented some little part of an iPhone ate lunch at a university snack bar, then “you didn’t build that”.

    • ISpeakJive says:

      High tech in California as an industry is non-political to the extreme. These people are far too busy to navel-gaze and blame.