Charles shows his historical ignorance on Angola

Charles Johnson continues his Jihad against Reagan’s 1980’s Cold War era policies towards South Africa. He tweets out a picture of Reagan meeting Angolan anti-Communist guerrilla leader Joseph Savimbi.

 

Charles Johnson i retweeting a very historically inaccurate description of Joseph Savimbi. He was the leader of Unita which was an anti-Communist guerrilla group during the Angolan Civil War. They opposed the (then Marxist) MPLA regime which was allied with Cuba and the Soviet Union. Unita was allied with South Africa who provided fighters to assist them against MPLA and Cuban troops. The only members of the ANC that Savimbi killed MK  (Spear of the Nation) guerrillas fighting on the side of the MPLA and Cubans in Angola.

Charles will forever be  linker and not a thinker!

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134 Comments on “Charles shows his historical ignorance on Angola”

  1. Juan Epstein says:

    “At apatheid’s behest”?

    Weird bro-opt.

  2. rightymouse says:

    Also, to put Gus’ previous tweet in perspective, here’s the scoop on the Reagan, Gorbachev pic from the previous thread:
    http://www.britannica.com/blogs/2011/10/thawing-iceland-reagan-gorbachev-summit-photo-day/

  3. Arachne says:

    I’m looking all over the Internet for it – can someone explain this William Hoge court case to me or direct me to a link.

    • rightymouse says:

      This might be helpful. Haven’t looked at the whole Kimberlin mess, but Patterico should be able to clue you in offline.

      http://patterico.com/2013/09/04/brett-kimberlin-sues-r-s-mccain-aaron-walker-william-hoge-ali-akbar-and-kimberlin-unmasked/

    • rightymouse says:

      This link may also shine a light on the cockroaches.

      http://www.osborneink.com/2013/12/william-hoges-downfall.html

      • The Orange Hoagie Nub says:

        Cease and desist or I’ll get a cease and desist order against you ordering you to cease and desist!

        I’ll shut you down!

        I’ll shut this blog down!

        and your little dog too!

        After I get popcorn because some ponytailed fat guy ate all the Cheetos!

      • rightymouse says:

        Yeah. I love all the threats from the Orange Noob. Reminds me of the time a Mafia stooge came into my boss’ company early on in the 70’s with a ‘pity if something happened here’ line & the fatass wet his pants when my boss pulled a gun out of his desk & pointed it at him. We never were unionized. Funny how bullies are.

    • calo says:

      Here’s a link to Hoge’s site. You’ll have to backtrack a bit for the history of yesterday’s decision.
      http://hogewash.com/

      • Pakimon says:

        The upshot is that unless Chunky moves to Maryland, he’s shit out of luck.

        Even if that improbable event happened, I’d say “Good luck with that… 😆

        Apparently the “I Love Orange Hoagie Nub” guy who appeared on the last thread and that I was mocking a few comments down didn’t do his homework.

        Classic stubby bullshit on display.

        If only stubby spent as much effort finding gainful employment as he does lurking here and popping out occasionally to demonstrate his sheer stupidity, I’m sure his father would be a much happier man.

      • Bunk X says:

        The upshot is is that Charles joined up with the harassers, saw the danger, then suddenly switched his Twitter Persona from @Lizardoid to @Green_Footballs.

    • dwells38 says:

      I have read through it. Kimberlin sues people online to try and stop them repeating the truth about him being a convicted con for domestic terrorism (a man was injured badly and later died, judge ordered Kimberlin to pay the wife of the man $1 mil restitution I believe) and other unsavory facts about him from news reports. He studied law while in prison and uses it as a ham-fisted weapon as opposed for justice. There is speculation that Kimberlin and an associate, Rauhauser (or something) are also behind Swatting incidents where bogus reports are called to 911 of a shooting to residences of their online and political enemies. A very dangerous and vindictive act. If this nub schlub wants to put Johnson in the category with these people, fine with me. I doubt even Chunk would want that. Unlike just being a treacherous Commie these guys appear to be willing to play very hard ball and hurt people any way they can.

      This is what nub is threatening presumably to Rodan and those who engage Chunk and his buddies on Twitter.

  4. Arachne says:

    The Orange Hoagie Nub :

    Cease and desist or I’ll get a cease and desist order against you ordering you to cease and desist!

    I’ll shut you down!

    I’ll shut this blog down!

    and your little dog too!

    After I get popcorn because some ponytailed fat guy ate all the Cheetos!

    Um, Chuckie pants is going to have a difficult time proving “harassment.” Glenn Greenwald anyone?

    • Arachne says:

      No one here contacts Chuck or threatens him. No one here posts at his blog or emails him. A couple of people mention him in tweets and no doubt Fatass has blocked them from his twitter account.

      Oh, and Nubby – Chuckie isn’t going to want his attempts to ban users from Twitter by misusing the block and spam report feature to hit the light of day.

      • Pakimon says:

        Just a heads up, “The Orange Hoagie Nub” was just me having some fun at the orange nub’s expense.

        The real orange nub (or whatever) guy is still bleating on the previous thread.

  5. The Orange Hoagie Nub says:

    Mocking is harassment!

    Ridicule is harassment!

    You need to cease and desist or this blog will cease and desist in a very ceasey and desisty way!

    I wish Charles would cease and desist from eating all the Cheetos. I really don’t like popcorn.

    But I’ll be watching…and eating popcorn…waiting…for you to cease…and desist!

  6. Pakimon says:

    Just you wait!

    Chunky is going to shut down the whole stalker…what was that word?…trying to remember…

    Stalker milyo! 😆

  7. Pakimon says:

    Looks like Chunky’s obsession with “big blue balls” is reasserting itself…again!

    He tweeted this so many times a couple of months ago I thought he was trying to telegraph a call for help. 😆

  8. Octopus says:

    Reminds me of how EVERYONE in Michigan of a certain age used to claim Bob Seger played at their sock hop or prom in high school. 🙄

    You were in your room practicing your jazz-surf licks, Chunky, and reading comics. You weren’t at the Troubadour. 😆

    • poteen2 says:

      One of Tom Petty’s former “road managers” worked for me in the late 80s.He said his main tasks were to get in ahead of the gig, check the utilities and score the best available local weed. Last I heard, he was living in his truck at the old Oceanside drive in. True story.

  9. Octopus says:

    Why aren’t we shut down yet? Seems a very simple thing, for Fatass to issue a cease-and-desist on us, which we would be compelled to obey because…Hoagie. Yeah, that’s the ticket!

    • Pakimon says:

      He was all set to “cease and desist” us but his finances are being diverted because of the inexpressibly sad death of a computer monitor on top of other “expenses”.

      His cash flow is limited so he has to prioritize.

      Should his meager funds go to:

      A) “Cease and Desist” against the evil stalker blog

      B) A new 30 inch computer monitor

      C) Cheetos

      Decisions … decisions … 😆

  10. Juan Epstein says:

    Tom?

    • Octopus says:

      He’s name-dropping Tom Petty. 😆

      • Arachne says:

        Funny how nobody namedrops Johnson. Yeah and I saw Elton John at the Troubadour before he was big, too. And then I saw him at the Oakland Coliseum Arena five years later. Surprisingly, he didn’t pick me out of the crowd and invite me backstage,

        Next thing we’ll be hearing is that Chuckles was Morrison’s underage drinking buddy at the Whisky back in the day.

      • harles ohnson says:

        Yep, I remember back in the day being at 54 and standing down wind of Cher. Me, Warhol, and Truman gagged, and I said, “No wonder Sonny left.” We all laughed and then did lines of coke. Yeah, those were the days.

    • Doppel B. DeMilyo says:

      Tom is Charles MySpace friend!

  11. Juan Epstein says:

    I knew him before everyone else did.

    When he has obscure.

    Original Hipster.

    • Octopus says:

      And then, as soon as he got popular, I declared him a sellout. Anyone liked by the great unwashed must be generic crap, by definition. That’s when I got into lo-fi. Guided By Voices and Pavement ruled my world, until too many hipsters got hip to them. That’s when Times New Viking took over!

  12. Doppel B. DeMilyo says:

    Charles also knew Breivik before he was somebody.

  13. Doppel B. DeMilyo says:

    Charles why are you still
    Using that 10 year old pic on your twitter account?

  14. Arachne says:

    By the way, I know Nob ranted on the other thread but here’s something everyone should know. He is absolutely ignorant of how the law works. Fatass needs to file suit in California claiming violation of a California statute. Notice that when Dan Rather was fired for the bogus TANG memos, he did not bring suit against any of the blogs that brought him down, claiming slander and/or libel.

    A lower court decision in Maryland means absolutely ZILCH in any other state, in fact it means zilch in any other lower court in Maryland. And it certainly can’t form the grounds for causes of action in a complaint.

    • Abu oyliM says:

      Not sure I understand: Rather couldn’t sue Stalker Charles in California for stealing the throbbing memo from Buck on the interwebs? But he could in Maryland, amirite? 🙂

  15. Octopus says:

    Oh, the inexpressible sadness! 😥

    Too bad you can’t afford the 60-inch Megalomonitor, Chunky. Those Amazon plugs just don’t feed the kitty, like the old tip-jar used to when you had 15,000 daily readers. The nostalgia is overwhelming…

    • Pakimon says:

      What? But that would mean … going outside!

      Watch your step Chunkles , Gus is pretty indiscriminate when dropping his “organic land mines” in your front yard. 😆

    • Pakimon says:

      Yet more inexpressible sadness!

      I guess Chunky checked the old tip-jar and the only thing in it was a rancid Cheeto floating in a reeking amber colored liquid.

      I was wondering why The Chunkster went into a frenzy of #NowPlaying Twitter spamming. 😆

    • Pakimon says:

      Cheetos dust and urine are harsh mistresses in the realm of computer monitors.

  16. Octopus says:

    Pretty sure this is the first time I became aware of Tom Petty:

    • Pakimon says:

      My only forays into the world of “seeing a band before they hit it big” was seeing The Talking Heads play at some dive in Ardmore, PA (or was it Bryn Mawr? Can’t remember) back in 78 or 79.

      The other was Pat Benatar doing a set before a Phillies game in 1980.

      What a little minx, she was… 😀

      • OLT's We Toured South ... Texas says:

        Yeah, I saw Pat in my college years, I don’t recall where.

        Of course, I was a member of the Rice University Moving Owl Band (MOB), making me practically as famous as Stalker Charles, music-wise.

      • Arachne says:

        I went to high school with Johnny Cola of Huey Lewis. That would be when he REALLY was a nobody. We called him “Guido.”

  17. Octopus says:

    I saw Pat at Pine Knob, at the peak of her popularity. I wasn’t a huge fan, but my wife really wanted to go. I enjoyed the show. Chick had attitude. 🙂

  18. Arachne says:

    BTW – can I get a show of hands of those who have tired of Nub and his factually deficient legal rants on Hoge. Because we can have some fun with his posts if you are. And if he shows up on this thread. One thread is enough.

    • OLT's DoD, The New Nub Hub says:

      If I got tired of people who are doggedly wrong, would I bother making fun of Stalker Charles Johnson?

      /Yes, yes I would. But that’s NOT the point here.

      • Arachne says:

        Indeed. As the saying goes “the dogs bark, but the Caravan moves on….”

      • Octopus says:

        I never get tired of hearing about Stranahan and his evil ways. Didja know he had a credit-card wife (convicted!)? I mean, who doesn’t, especially around this time of year. Mine took me for $600, and that was a light day of shopping with the kids… 😯

    • Because says:

      Do it.

    • dwells38 says:

      halleluja. He stinks of thuggery

    • rightymouse says:

      The troll is boring.

      • Because says:

        Tedious and assholish is a bad combination.

      • Arachne says:

        I mean why is he so obsessed – getting more and more hysterical as he goes along – especially about Lee Stranahan. I’m starting to think there’s more here than just Chuckie suing us. I think Nobby is worried about someone suing HIM.

      • rightymouse says:

        Do we know who it is? The only one who posts here who has a “thing” about Stranahan (deservedly) is ISTE.

    • Kurt's closing argument says:

      Nub is lawhawk. he just emailed me saying how he is owning you in internet court

      • rightymouse says:

        Nah. Lawhawk may have turned opportunistically to the left like Charles, but I’ve never seen him trash-mouth like this drunken silly person & use poor grammar.

  19. Octopus says:

    I saw this blog, Little Green Footballs, in 2002. People were linking to it, and there was a pretty good conversation going about the Koranimals who had declared war on the USA. That blog blew up into a big deal for a few years, thanks to the people who chose it as a place to palaver. Then the moderator went bug-fuck crazy, and shut it down cold.

  20. Arachne says:

    Octopus :

    I never get tired of hearing about Stranahan and his evil ways. Didja know he had a credit-card wife (convicted!)? I mean, who doesn’t, especially around this time of year. Mine took me for $600, and that was a light day of shopping with the kids… :shock:

    I’m not a fan of Stranahan so much. I know the guys at Breitbart like him, as does David Webb, but I stopped following him on Twitter when I learned about the money people gave him that he did nothing with. That’s really skeavy to me. He is good vis-a-vis getting the word out on the Pigford mess, which he worked on with Andy, but other than that, sorry but dude leaves me cold.

  21. Juan Epstein says:

    I see the conscience of the internet’s army is giving GHWB a warm welcome on Twitter.

    • Arachne says:

      It’s funny – he gained over 1,000 followers in the time it took me to post my welcome greeting to him. Wow.

  22. Because speaking of dumb, how are you? says:

  23. Arachne says:

    BTW folks, I’ve posted my last to the Tool in the last thread and told him I’m coming to this thread. Also, if he persists in using words like “retard” I will be taking an edit stick to him.

  24. rightymouse says:

    Words fail me.

    • Arachne says:

      Me too.
      And that’s saying something.
      Bloviating Blowhard Brings Bupkis.
      Once again.

      Someone get Haiku man on this.

    • Because Lolwut says:

      lolwut?

      • OLT's Long, Unfunny Rant says:

        Finally, an easy question!

        “Liberals” like Stalker Charles have a NEED to FEEL NORMAL and be regarded as GOOD.

        Therefore whatever they FEEL is NORMAL. If you do not FEEL as they do, you are not NORMAL. Not NORMAL is BAD. Therefore you are BAD, because they are GOOD.

        This is projection in its purest form. I am good, I am normal. Society/he/she/it/they is/are BAD if there is a problem. It cannot be ME, because I am GOOD and NORMAL.

        Many also wish, in almost every waking moment, for a FATHER FIGURE to FORCE the BAD people to be GOOD people. Like them. They demand validation for their behavior.

        Many of them coincidentally have rejected faith (not just religion), and therefore have no FATHER FIGURE. (My apologies to the folks who think they worship a Goddess). The most common replacement FATHER is GOVERNMENT, although there are many others (MONEY, SOCIETY, POLITICAL PARTIES, even BLOGGERS). This is the dark side of the AA’s call for the addict to accept a Higher Power. These “Liberals” accept and serve their Higher Power with the enthusiasm and dedication of the convert. They also jealously guard the Higher Power as if they were primitive tribespeople guarding a sacred grove of trees (again, you must believe as they do or you are BAD). BAD people must be destroyed by GOOD people in service of the Higher Power/FATHER FIGURE.

        In this case, Stalker Charles’ FATHER FIGURE has declared many times that guns cause violence. Although this is equivalent to claiming that spoons cause obesity, and as scientific as the flat Earth theory, it is what the FATHER FIGURE says. Therefore it is GOOD. All who argue against it are BAD, because he FEELS this to be so.

        Buried underneath this simple directive is the “Liberal’s” NEED to destroy BAD people. If they had a gun, they would kill the BAD people. But since they are GOOD, and killing is BAD, it must be the TOOL that is the problem. If the BAD people did not have guns, they would be GOOD people.

        Thus we move from projection and a basic human need for a FATHER FIGURE to fetishistic totemism, the assignment of supernatural or spiritual powers to an inanimate object, which them becomes either an object of veneration or a taboo only available to the priesthood class. The “Liberal” both fears and venerates guns as the source of the power to destroy the BAD people (but only in the FATHER FIGURE’s priesthood’s hands). The “Liberal” wants a gun, but only by proxy so that his hands remain clean of the taboo. In this way, he can maintain his violent fantasies and remain GOOD, since he does not touch the source of the BAD.

      • Because Normal says:

        I am normal, hear me shriek,
        I’m not a loser or a freak,
        And my blog is full of normal people, too…
        I have a Nazi under my bed,
        I am not cuckoo in the head,
        I’m just a normal normal NORMAL NORMAL NORMAL!!!! Hahahahaha!!!!!

      • Bunk X says:

        Yes, I am wide, and I’m wizzin’ in the ‘Dew;
        Yes, I’ve paid the mice, but look at all the pheeew
        If I have to,
        I can be any stink.
        I smell strong;
        I smell like ass and bull;
        I am Worm Man!

    • Kurt's fatwah wah wah says:

      finally we can get back to placing the blame where it belongs: sudden jihad syndrome

  25. Arachne says:

    Because :

    I wonder if Einstein understands that California has a vexatious litigation statute?

    Well he INSISTS on seeing prohibitions in the Hoge decision yesterday that aren’t there. If this was a decision in national import, we’d be seeing it on Legal Insurrection, Weasel Zippers, et al. That we aren’t is saying something. Did any of the cable news stations report on it? No. So I’m failing to understand why the hysterical monkey is climbing the walls and screeching like a banshee for Charles to file suit. I say let him. I’ll file a third-party complaint on behalf of Pamela Geller.

    And let me say one more thing. Twitter is not going to like anybody defining the parameters of their website and threatening their users with legal action. If this type of action should progress to perhaps U.S. District Court, where it WOULD have federal implications, I look for Twitter to get those Wilson Sonsini lawyers it keeps on retainer to cut these “twits” (pun intended) off at the pass.

  26. Arachne says:

    Pakimon :

    Just a heads up, “The Orange Hoagie Nub” was just me having some fun at the orange nub’s expense.

    The real orange nub (or whatever) guy is still bleating on the previous thread.

    My last post there was basically to say – “bleat away, but you’re now doing it to an empty room.”

    • Because Lolwut says:

      Doesn’t it strike you as a little odd that what’s-his-butt comes here to try to instigate Chuckles? That suggests two things. One that it’s banned from the swamp, and two, that it (probably correctly) believes that Chuckles reads here.

      Even if this were all valid law (lolwut), Johnson just doesn’t have the ambition. And he probably is getting a traffic benefit from this place, and on top of that, if DoD shut down, he’d lose his reason to play 20-yo Rodan audio. He doesn’t want us gone. Unless this is an attempt to get Johnson into another urine festival with RS McCain.

      Lolwut?

      • Arachne says:

        Indeed. Tool can stomp and screech all he wants, and decry how great new law has been made, let us all bow. The truth is I’m not sweatin’ it, nor should anyone else here. This clown reminds me of one of those persons who used to ask me if they have a case and then rant and rave when I tell them that frankly, I don’t think so. They tell me I’m totally wrong. In that case I saw “maybe so, but find a lawyer to take the case for you, then.”

        California has more slip and fall lawyers than we know what to do with. They love contingency fee cases because even settlements will pay the light bill. I always roll my eyes when I see a case with a “pro se” plaintiff because it means even the desperate dip lawyers in this state don’t think they have a case (well, generally that’s what it means – in some cases the idiot plaintiff has watched way too much People’s Court and Judge Judy and think they know the law).

        People forget that there’s a significant phase between filing a complaint and getting a judgment. It’s called DISCOVERY. And I’ve had more cases kicked out of court on summary judgment after the discovery phase is done than have ever gone to trial. Why? Because after all that…you really, really didn’t have a case.

  27. Arachne says:

    Does someone want to go over to the other thread and tell “Calo” and “I Speak Jive” to come over here and play with us? I’d like Trolly the Tool to continue bleating to an empty room.

    • iSpeakJive says:

      Okey dokey. It’s not fun anyway batting around a mouse who’s only weapon is a foul mouth!

    • Pakimon says:

      I had to stop by there and drop off a few comments. but I’m done.

      He reminds me of Reggie. He’ll probably be honking and bleating on that thread for days. 😆

      Basically, this is the nubby orange in a nutshell.

      Just substitute Charles for Britney and it’s gold. 😆

      • Pakimon says:

        The only caveat is that we aren’t making any money off The Chunkster.

        Unless Daedalus and the gang are holding out on us…. 😆

      • Arachne says:

        Indeed. It’s like “okay, dude, got it. You’re the effing Paul Revere of the Hoge order and woe to all of us who don’t immediately shrivel up in trepidation at your legal mastery and analysis.”

        Honey, no one’s listening. Not really, I grew bored of the subject and came over here to get away from you, you silliness and your vulgarity. Now go ride your little pony over to The Other McCain, Ace of Spades, Weasel Zippers and Atlas Shrugs and warn them of the mighty Cease and Desist monster that’s about to befall them. Go on now. Shoo. Or otherwise please just do us all a favor and go find some nice downtown traffic to play in.

        Me? I’ll wait for the actual complaint. I just got a pro se in the federal courts that hit my desk this morning. Oh man, the plaintiff lives in the Enchanted Kingdom. This will 30(b)(6) out right away.

  28. Arachne says:

    HaikuMan :

    Who does mass shootings?
    Blame Obama supporters
    Not mental unhealth

    Thanks, dahlink. Knew you could come through!

  29. Arachne says:

    Pakimon :

    The only caveat is that we aren’t making any money off The Chunkster.

    Unless Daedalus and the gang are holding out on us…. :lol:

    No need. We have, uh, uh, JOBS.

  30. rightymouse says:

    Jealousy is such an ugly thing to see in a grown man. 🙄

    • Arachne says:

      This guys is so smart he thinks the Republicans are in a death spiral. Yeah, okay,
      I expect the naming of the Pope as “Person” of the Year will not sit well with the anti-Catholic mob at the Swamp.

  31. Kurt's simple but dagger in the fat heart death blow observation. says:

    I love it when the man who can’t figure out how to thaw out and cook a Salmon from Trader Joes, lectures the internet on world affairs and geopolitical history

    • Arachne says:

      I always think that salmon thing was a cry for attention. Everybody pay attention to me! Also, I’m sure his ego got off on all the ladies in attendance offering to fly to Culver City and get his oven turned on for him. Hell, it wouldn’t suprise me if Sharmuta didn’t have her round trip booked on Southwest before he said “oh, I’ve figured it out.”

      It’s fish, for crying out loud.

      • rightymouse says:

        The cooking instructions were probably right on the effing package. And who buys FROZEN fish in Los Angeles anyway? I don’t buy frozen fish & I live in Ohio.

      • Pakimon says:

        For the “frozen fish preparation” challenged, there are products made by the Mrs. Paul and Gorton corporations.

        It’s called fish sticks.

        So easy to cook, even a corpulent ponytailed blogger can do it. 😆

    • Abu oyliM says:

      What do you really know about salmon, Kurt’s pimple?

  32. Kurt's aversion to legalese, ever since the girl next door's family got that restraining order against me. FOR NOTHING I say. So what if I had a telescope and pump lotion and boa feathers. BIG FUCKING DEAL says:

    Because :I wonder if Einstein understands that California has a vexatious litigation statute?

    English please

    • iSpeakJive says:

      As long as you didn’t kill her with a golf club then you’re good.

    • Because Now for something completely different says:

      Nuther words, dickheads can file frivolous suits until their peckers fall off in Maryland, and there’s nothing nobody can do about it. In Calif, if:
      1) you’re a certified dickhead, and
      2) you’re filing frivolous suits just to be a dickhead,
      then they can sanction you, and prevent you from ever filing a frivolous suit ever again in the state.

    • Arachne says:

      California does not like people who file lawsuits for the sake of filing lawsuits. The courts are busy and they don’t have time to deal with your bullshit that can better be taken care of elsewhere.

      To give you an example, when the ADA was passed, California put a similar law on the books, and, slip and fall lawyers, aware of easy money to be made filing lawsuits, got themselves a guy in a wheelchair and drove him all over the state, stopping here and there for him to find out some facility was not up to the ADA standards. There was a guy who lived in Oakland, for insance,, who filed ADA suits against a car dealership in Fresno, a restaurant in Patterson, a gas station in Lancaster. He settled each of the suits for something like $15,000. Finally, the State of California caught up with him and an injunction was issued prohibiting him from filing lawsuits under the ADA period. BTW he then tried to move into Federal court and all his suits were dismissed on a 30(b)(6) motion to dismiss. With attorneys’ fees awarded to the defendants, He eventually stopped.

      • Bunk X says:

        That was the evil side of the ADA of 1991. There was no jurisdiction to verify compliance except through the court system, i.e., litigation, and it conflicted (still does) with the Building Codes. It was written by lawyers for litigation lawyers.

  33. Pakimon says:

    The White Space ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ It burns!

  34. Pakimon says:

    I wonder if Chunky ever made it ot the computer store with his 30 inch monitor?

    Last I heard, the plan was for Chunkles to get a running start on his bike and Gus would hand off the monitor to him “on the fly”.

    Let’s see how Chunky’s plan worked out….

  35. Grinning Cat says:

    rightymouse :
    Do we know who it is? The only one who posts here who has a “thing” about Stranahan (deservedly) is ISTE.

    I think it’s the same person who goes by xcitizen10 on twitter and who used to do guest posts about LGF here iirc. I really don’t understand why he became so interested in/obsessed with Stranahan’s legal issues, but I do recall that he stopped by here several times after he officially left DoD and posted about Stranahan. For some reason I remember OLT suggesting that maybe both sides are a-holes, kind of like congress 😆

    • Dolphincatcher says:

      GC, I interact with XC10 frequently on twitter, and while his views on the case mentioned mirror those of Nub’s, they are two different individuals.

  36. Grinning Cat says:

    One more thought:
    I’m afraid I lost interest in this case, but if the Nub person really thinks this is a disastrous legal ruling, then I would strongly suggest contacting advocacy groups and organizing campaigns for legislation to protect blogging instead of bizarrely tweeting/posting about Stranahan/Hoge and shrieking about “your toothless hero” to people who never viewed Stranahan as a hero. Why not put all this energy into constructive actions? Of course, I suspect no advocacy groups care about this because the court ruling simply doesn’t have the implications Nub thinks it has.

    And now, please carry on with mocking 🙂

  37. ISTE says:

    rightymouse :
    Do we know who it is? The only one who posts here who has a “thing” about Stranahan (deservedly) is ISTE.

    As to having a “thing” about Stranahan, well that is only because he is a fake, a fraud, is a bad apple and a disgrace to the Breitbart organization, a stain on humanity and fucking ugly when he isn’t wearing his Steubenville teeth and just really ugly and repulsive when he is.

    I don’t comment much here because… well, because.

    I have disconnected myself from the BRC and some other good friends, just because.

    I did post a Nightwish video here under the nic of “I love orange” a couple of nights ago because many of us are Nightwish fans and that was a new development.

    I think X10 is continuing the crusade. He has a very valid point and if anyone seriously wants to discuss the implications of the Hoge vs Schmalfeld drama then I will be only too happy to detail all I know and understand of this absurd situation.

    Otherwise….. Penis penis penis LOL (I owed you one Bonk)

  38. Abu Here All Week - Tip your waitstaff says:

    Post Headline:
    Charles shows his historical ignorance on Angola.

    Duh, he thinks is a type of sweater women wear.

  39. ISTE says:

    Dolphincatcher :
    GC, I interact with XC10 frequently on twitter, and while his views on the case mentioned mirror those of Nub’s, they are two different individuals.

    Well sweetcheeks, if you are correct we are looking at at least three individuals.

    • Dolphincatcher says:

      Sweetcheecks, heh! Most of the time I’m mistaken for a male on twitter.

      Nice to see you back here, if only for a brief interlude.

      • ISTE says:

        Just correcting the record.

        Some assholes on this site think “Graphs” are funny… yeah LOL.

        Fact is graphs made this site and I will always love Nils.

        Also some commentators on here speculate who an anonymous poster that comments here is.

        They are getting it wrong.

        The rule used to be when we had integrity and morals was you NEVER posted anything unless it was fact checked and 100% proven and tested, and sometimes we were not comfortable with 100%.

        Then Barack Obama got elected for a second term and we then ate our own.

      • Dolphincatcher says:

        The latest graph post got buried by another thread here. I hope it is resurrected again, because it was interesting.

  40. Bunk X says:

    In other news, Rush Limbaugh did not mention Charles Johnson again today, but he mentioned Jim Hoft. I knew Hoft was having troubles, but not as bad as this.

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2013/12/please-pray-for-me-i-am-losing-my-insurance/

  41. ISTE says:

    Arachne :
    Quite concur. I know who XC10 is and no, not the same guy.

    So you agree. Three people. Me, and I really don’t give a fuck about it any more. XC10 who still thinks this is important, and nub.

    • Arachne says:

      rightymouse :

      Nah. Lawhawk may have turned opportunistically to the left like Charles, but I’ve never seen him trash-mouth like this drunken silly person & use poor grammar.

      Truth be told, ISTE, I thought it might be you because of Stranaha,, but I can’t see you hiding behind a different nic. If you have something to say, you say it, consequences be damned. I may not always agree with you, but you’re a stand up guy in my book,

  42. Octopus says:

    ISTE :
    Just correcting the record.
    Some assholes on this site think “Graphs” are funny… yeah LOL.
    Fact is graphs made this site and I will always love Nils.
    Also some commentators on here speculate who an anonymous poster that comments here is.
    They are getting it wrong.
    The rule used to be when we had integrity and morals was you NEVER posted anything unless it was fact checked and 100% proven and tested, and sometimes we were not comfortable with 100%.
    Then Barack Obama got elected for a second term and we then ate our own.

    This site has always been about mocking Chunky and his Moronic Conversion, along with his banning of 15,000 people, his disastrous forays into other business ventures, his fumbling attempts at romance, the snakes, weasels and cockroaches who still abide his nonsense, his poor guitar-playing, terrible taste in music and a number of other amusing facets of the man, the myth, the Fatass. Anyone who takes it too seriously is missing the point.

    • Pakimon says:

      Let’s not forget the “noob” incident.

      The resulting hysteria from a certain person here was mind-boggling.

      I was credited with wielding mega administrative power in a sinister way that I never had, never claimed I had and wouldn’t ever want. 😆

  43. Arachne says:

    I’m always amazed when I get a new follower on Twitter. Hell, when I hit 100 followers I thought it was something.

  44. OLT's Subtle Propaganda says:

    Bunk X :
    Snowden wasn’t exiled. He fled, and for good reason.

    Absolutely correct.

    There was a time when TIME had editors who would have balked at publishing that sentence, because there was a time when TIME took the use of English seriously.

  45. OLT's All About The Classics says:

    Arachne :
    California does not like people who file lawsuits for the sake of filing lawsuits. The courts are busy and they don’t have time to deal with your bullshit that can better be taken care of elsewhere.
    To give you an example, when the ADA was passed, California put a similar law on the books, and, slip and fall lawyers, aware of easy money to be made filing lawsuits, got themselves a guy in a wheelchair and drove him all over the state, stopping here and there for him to find out some facility was not up to the ADA standards. There was a guy who lived in Oakland, for insance,, who filed ADA suits against a car dealership in Fresno, a restaurant in Patterson, a gas station in Lancaster. He settled each of the suits for something like $15,000. Finally, the State of California caught up with him and an injunction was issued prohibiting him from filing lawsuits under the ADA period. BTW he then tried to move into Federal court and all his suits were dismissed on a 30(b)(6) motion to dismiss. With attorneys’ fees awarded to the defendants, He eventually stopped.

    I prefer a 30(aught)(6) motion to have idjits like that vacate my premises.

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