Charles remembers about when he was somebody

Charles Johnson loves to name drop famous people he played guitar for. This was as close to fame he reach before his internet rise and fall. He tweets out that he visited the Blue Mosque in Istanbul with Al Jarreau.

How special!

Bonus: Charles makes a comment that is clearly projection.

Mean Republicans

Charles described himself perfectly without realizing it.

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58 Comments on “Charles remembers about when he was somebody”

  1. Al-Cheezeera says:

    Stabby sez republicunz want to tek away all of teh healthcure from teh sick! We’re all EEEEVIL!!!

  2. Doppel milyo penis penis penis LOL milyo says:

    I dedicate this one to Charles ” Icarus” Johnson who used to be in a band

  3. swamprat says:

    Charles tweeted;

    Today’s GOP is a whole party full of Pat Buchanans and Father Coughlins. 2 hours ago

    That would be the same “Father Coughlin” decried by the Church who also was a major founder of the “progressive” movement.

    • swamprat says:

      The same guy was an anti semite, just like much of the left.

    • O. Nose! says:

      Yep, that’s rich! Father Coughlin was a Republican! 😆
      He was not just a Democrat, but an honored guest at Democratic conventions and a big New Dealer for years, until he decided that even FDR wasn’t far enough left for him. And, of course, he was an Anglophobe and antisemite, which led to his further estrangement from FDR as WWII loomed.
      Where the hell does the Chuckster come up with this nonsense?!?

      And, BTW, Chucky, Pat Buchanan left the GOP soon after the Cold War ended, about 18 years ago.

    • Pakimon says:

      I thought Father Coughlin was head coach of the NY Giants.

  4. Arachne says:

    Last time I checked, Jarreau was still touring, Tweety Turd. Why aren’t you?

    • Minnow says:

      Upding 50

    • O. Nose! says:

      He doesn’t have time to tour! He’s too busy finding pictures of landmarks he can tweet out telling everyone how he visited them with Famous-Name-Here once upon a time long ago.
      Because this is soooo interesting to the world! Pathetic.

      If he were at least a semi-decent guy, I’d feel sorry for him.
      IF.

    • Because Chunky's Fat says:

      Something about falling off a touring bike.

  5. Octopus says:

    Drop the bombs between the minarets…

    • Pakimon says:

      Bombs are on the way. 😆

    • gizbot7 says:

      Don’t know how true this is, but it’s still interesting:

      The song became an unofficial anthem for U.S. forces during the first Gulf War, largely on the basis of the line about dropping “bombs between the minarets”. It was the first song played by Armed Forces Radio at the start of the war. This is ironic given the band’s well established left-wing stance. n 2006, the conservative National Review released their list of the top 50 “Conservative Rock Songs”, with “Rock the Casbah” at #20, noting its frequent requests during the Iraq War. Despite, or perhaps because of, its popularity with soldiers during the Gulf War, “Rock the Casbah” was one of the songs deemed inappropriate by Clear Channel following the September 11, 2001 attacks.

      http://songmeanings.com/songs/view/5843/

      • gizbot7 says:

        From my research, at least part of this is true (emphasis mine):

        20. “Rock the Casbah,” by The Clash. The Clash – The Essential Clash – Rock the Casbah ; buy CD on Amazon.com
        After 9/11, American radio stations were urged not to play this 1982 song, one of the biggest hits by a seminal punk band, because it was seen as too provocative. Meanwhile, British Forces Broadcasting Service (the radio station for British troops serving in Iraq) has said that this is one of its most requested tunes.

        http://www.nationalreview.com/articles/217737/rockin-right/john-j-miller

  6. Octopus says:

    Because Reagan Milyo. 😆

  7. Octopus says:

    Reading Greg Gutfeld’s “The Joy Of Hate.” It’s a corker! 🙂

    • ISpeakJive says:

      Is it good? I just finished “Breakthrough” by James O’Keefe. Pretty good, actually.

      • Octopus says:

        Gutfeld is a funny guy, and he’s been fighting against Repressive Tolerance and Libturd Tropes since he was matriculating at Berkeley. He’s hitting on all cylinders in this book. 🙂

      • gizbot7 says:

        Gary, Gutfeld now owes you some royalties. Been holding off for quite a while, but with your endorsement I’m gonna check it out. 🙂

  8. St. Pancake says:

    Chunkles didn’t have any film left to take his own snapshot of the Blue Mosque because those Istanbul public trash cans were so damn breathtaking.

  9. Octopus says:

    Time to play, “What’s Kate Saying?”

    http://tinyurl.com/kh2ldey

  10. Has Charles ever praised a church-building? He is aware that a Mosque segregates women to the back or behind walls since they are “inferior” to men? No problem with that? Perhaps he wants to get out of his sit-at-home-daze and think his embrace of a violent and women-hating religion is the way to go? I know Hitler liked the Muslim style of “government”.

  11. St. Pancake says:

    Charles is “somebody”

  12. Octopus says:

    Yoga, like life itself, can be hard sometimes. Don’t stop trying, no matter how many times you fall. Get back up. Namaste.

  13. Octopus says:

    Actually, Fatass, the story of the Tea Party is about how your boss at Media Matters saw what a genuine, legitimate grassroots organization they were, with serious concerns about where this disastrous Obama administration’s policies was leading the nation, and went into all-out attack mode with the complicity of most of the self-identified Liberal MSM. False accusations of racism, threats of gun violence and other absurd accusations were made so many times, they became part of the Libturd’s Truth. Greg Gutfeld spelled out very clearly why the Tea Party was seen as such a threat:

    The Tea Party was the first inspired, spontaneous entity to call the government out on its political agenda. This makes the Tea Party officially cooler than all the biker gangs and clubs across the country. Essentially, the Tea Party are the Hell’s Angels, but with sun visors instead of switch blades. They push macaroni instead of meth. Mess with the Tea Party and they’ll put your dog in an American flag sweater on a hot day.

    • Arachne says:

      Maybe the reason it’s an untold story, Tweety Turd, is that it’s equivalent to that pantload you’re carrying around in your Depends.

  14. Because Chunky's Fat says:

    From Thailand…

  15. rightymouse says:

    This is to pay Inkypuss back for that Vagina song video. :mrgreen:
    Probably NSFW.

  16. rightymouse says:

    What not to do at the public pool. 🙂

  17. rightymouse says:

    Charlie’s name-dropping is symptomatic of his desperate need to ‘be somebody’. And retweeting this pathetic ass-kissing tweet shows how intellectually vapid he truly is. What an utter bore.

  18. Pakimon says:

    TRANSLATION: Somebody please buy something … anything … from my Amazon account! I’m down to one bag of Cheetos!

  19. Pakimon says:

    Pakimog going to do change up from usual routine for Saturday Morning Evening Sooper Happy Fun Time by posting video that he saw and shamelessly stole borrowed from Ace’s. 😀

  20. Juan Epstein says:

    Aaaaaaand they’re all Kenya experts…….