Gotcha Moment!

Gus needs to get off the couch.




116 Comments on “Gotcha Moment!”

  1. Minnow says:

    Gus – I have made more money in the first month of this year than you have in the past three years….

    Why? You ask?

    Because I work my ass off.

    Ever hear of it?

    /no, I thought not.

  2. LGFisapitofshit says:

    The irony of Gas (spell check error but I’m keeping it) slamming a huge angel investor in Twitter on twitter is apparently lost on him.

    Dickface, without this guy you’d either have to work or stare blankly at a wall.

    Of course we could also point out that he supported Obama the first time. Get help kid. Really.

  3. Pakimon says:

    It a beautiful Saturday morning and time for Weekend Zen Sooper Happy Fun Time!.

    Pakimog say since everyone been digging out from inches of frosted global warming flakes this week and it happen to be Winter Olympics time he offer this:


    • rightymouse says:

      You can tell that these gals are insane because they’re wearing gloves and barely anything else. Gawd!! 😯

  4. Pakimon says:

    To be fair to the ladies, Pakimog throw in video featuring some hairy/not hairy swarthy/pink guys as well as snowboard girls. 😀

    There’s a furry in there somewhere too. See if you can spot him.

  5. Doppel FireMillenyo says:

    too bad wasting time on the internet, trying to get a cyber hand job from Charles Icarus Johnson didn’t pay because if it did, Gus would be RICH

  6. Pakimon says:

    Pakimog don’t want to disappoint furry folk who may be lurking so here you go.

  7. Pakimon says:

    I wonder if Chunky knows that the Koch brothers sponsor shows like Nova on PBS?

  8. Pakimon says:

    Rut Roh! Looks like another Leftist with a long memory is calling The Chunkster out on his bullshit. 😆

  9. Pakimon says:

    I don’t think Karen is going to wish Chunky a Happy Valentines Day anytime soon… 😆

    • Doppel FireMillenyo says:

      Karen must be a greensnow far right libertarian.

      Charles has already blocked her no doubt

      • Pakimon says:

        I thought libertarians were far left in the Land of The Jazzy Pony-tail.

        I’m still trying to figure out if Chunky is still a “pragmatic moderate” or a “moderate pragmatist”.

        I think I’ll stick with fat, Cheetos eating pony-tailed dickhead.

    • d says:

      What Karen’s not buying that sudden “I wuz bwainwashed by duh wightwingahs” line from ’09? How can that be? It was so convincing. I was brainwashed, no I was misled, no they all changed but I havent’, no the GOP went off the rails. That’s the ticket!!! So Karen, you see when he was shilling for Fox and Rove they were sane then (and you weren’t) but now they’ve gone insane er something. Besides, Chunky has a ponytail and plays the gee-tar so you libs are supposed to love him. Any questions?

  10. Captain Death says:

    The content of LGF – unlike Charles Johnson’s waist line – is rather thin.

  11. rightymouse says:

    CHAW! The cool dude! He hates lemons. 😆

  12. rightymouse says:

    DonkeyBall. 😆 One guy actually says ‘I’ve never heard of a donkey show’. 😆

  13. Pakimon says:

    Just finished watching USA vs. Russia hockey game. Fantastic game no matter who won.

    Won’t say who won but I’d recommend watching it if NBC gets around to showing it.

  14. Pakimon says:

    Hey Gus! We know your Corpulent Pony-tailed Cheetos eating god has sanctimony and double standards covered but he’s very weak on the self-censorship.

    Good thing, otherwise he wouldn’t be nearly as entertaining and mockworthy. 😆

  15. Pakimon says:

    More evil doin’s by the Koch Brothers!

    They funded this exhibit at the Smithsonian Institution to push their nefarious Right-Wing Creationist agenda!

    Those fiends! 😆

  16. trebob says:

    “Yawn” is right! Let’s see, “venture capitalist” Marc Andreessen, who helped the likes of Facebook, Foursquare, Pinterest, Twitter and Skype become successful is interviewed by a blog who goal is “To be the site-of-record” of the Silicon Valley start-up system “and everything that springs up from it, cycle-after-cycle.”. Maybe instead of “Yawn” it should conclude with “Duh!”.

    Andreessen has been big part of the tens of billions that have been successfully invested in the tech market over the last 20 years and whoever said up-thread that Gus would be mumbling to himself without Andreessen was spot on.

    The only thing Gus has ever been a part of is someone else’s couch.

  17. Because gay = black says:

  18. Octopus says:

    Horrible people in this world, perpetrating bank fraud on my poor defenseless kid yesterday, and now her bank account is frozen pending investigation. OMFG, the night and morning we had. I either need to go on a killing-spree, or do some nice relaxing yoga. I think you know where we’re going with this. Namaste.

  19. rightymouse says:

    So much for our public education, lolwut???

    • Pakimon says:

      I know of one unemployed garage dwelling imbecile who thinks the world revolves around a rotund pony-tailed blogger. 😆

    • d says:

      That’s right Gus. You are just so much smarter than them. Think how smart you must be to know about the Earth and the solar system. I bet those 1 in 4 are so dumb they’d move to Colorado in the winter with no means to heat their homes and then whine on Twitter about being cold!

      • Octopus says:

        Gud ones, Pak and D. The flaw in Gussie’s world-view is obvious to everyone but himself…just like his master. 😆

  20. swamprat says:

    @TheBigFoxx @commiegirl1 Yes – and the Arnold Foundation has never been accused of editorial tampering. 1 hour ago

    but with lgf, it’s provable

  21. Because and so is the Gud says:

  22. Octopus says:

    Another beautiful day in Portlandia, raising our wonderful child!

  23. Pakimon says:

    I think Gus just took a big pull on the ol’ crack pipe. 😆

  24. Pakimon says:

    Gus! Why are you shouting?

  25. Pakimon says:

    I can’t hear you Gus! Type louder! 😆

  26. Octopus says:

    Gus is onto something, here…he’s about to unravel the Big Sekrits!

    Hush now, and watch him work. Can you hear the hum of his mental dynamo spinnin’?

    No, wait…that’s just the dishwasher. But why would it be running now, when I already emptied it this morning? Better take a look-see, over here….@#&%@#%# GUS!!

    • rightymouse says:

      Were you serious about your daughter’s banking problem? If so, how dreadful! Is this the one in New Yourk?

      • rightymouse says:


      • Octopus says:

        Yes to all three, ‘Mouse. We had to go to our local bank and open a new account, with her name on it as well as ours, just so she’d have access to some money. Some sewer-dweller got ahold of her through the nanny-provider company she got her job through, and offered her a lucrative second job, which has turned out to be an attempt to swindle.

        She was lucky that the bank caught the bad check she was given before the other shoe dropped, which would have been when they tricked her into cashing the too-large check and then sending them money back. Bank says this happens so much, they don’t even try to catch the fraud-perps — they just freeze the accounts involved and try to limit their own losses.

        So, the upshot was that last night she found out the second job she needed while she chases her dreams is nonexistent, and she not only doesn’t have the $2500 she thought she just deposited in her account, the rest of her money is frozen, too. She had nothing, until this gets resolved, and the process will take at least a week. So, lots of sadness, and us up all night trying to figure it out and calm her down, and then we had to see the local branch manager this morning. Not namaste! 😡

      • rightymouse says:

        Holy Crap! That sounds rather like what the Nigerian scammers do. Have heard of cases where they’ll ‘buy’ a car on ebay & send a check for more than the amount & ask for the overage to be wired to them. Such assholes. Glad she got another job!!

  27. trebob says:

    Because and so is the Gud :

    Gus shouldn’t get high in the mornings. At least wait until noon.

    • trebob says:

      Happy birthday.

    • Octopus says:

      Happy birthday, Dorian! May your hangover be brief and manageable. 🙂

      Btw, nice post on Dr. Michio Kakui’s moronic conversion, regarding the globalclimatechaosomfg. I figure he’s been bought and paid for, like the rest of the grant-chasing scumbags who still parrot the nonsense. Physicists, for all their intelligence and occasional genius in their own field, have long been known to be real dupes for charlatans in other fields, such as the paranormal pranksters like Uri Geller. Who knows what Kakui really believes?

    • rightymouse says:

      Happy B-day!! 🙂

  28. Juan Epstein says:

    The lizard Brevik wants video games.

    • Octopus says:

      Juan Epstein :
      The lizard Brevik wants video games.

      First-person shooters, no doot. Coming right up, sir! And here’s a case of Mountain Dew and a bushel of Cheetos, courtesy of Little Green Footballs, in warm gratitude for your help in popularizing the blog.

  29. Because actually, Gud... says:

  30. Octopus says:

    I feel like it’s high time for Poo-Stabber to pay us a visit. How long has it been, 4 days or so? Come on over and shoot the shit, Frankie. 🙂

  31. Because n-word says:

    • Abu Fap says:

      Thin describes Bumf’s Twitter content, ICYMI. Deep as a puddle, our Charles is.

      • Octopus says:

        Sharp as a marble. Receiver off the hook. Donkey-punched once too often…

      • Abu Dino Vercotti says:

        Datsyuk was pissing me off this morning. Shame if something were to happen to him, Col.
        He’s a great player and on the bigger ice surface he really excels – though he’s a commie bastard.

  32. Octopus says:

    Arachnophobics, do not click:

    I don’t think Fatass ever took such great pics. Not sure he knew how to work the zoom. 😆

    • livefreeor die says:

      Thank you for the warning on this one.
      I don’t need to be even more creeped out by them.

      I just read through the thread and have to say that Gus’ lack of self awareness is impressive. He sits around all day criticizing people for being stupid and/or shyster?

  33. Minnow says:

    Hey Barry – I make money. Fuck you.

  34. Octopus says:

    It’s really quite simple, Fatass: Garbage-in, garbage…stays in. You are filled with garbage, and it’s leaking from every pore, besides being the reason you have to paint the doorways with Crisco, or risk getting stuck in your own home.

    Eat a piece of fruit, for God’s sake. Maybe start with a single grape. Gus can peel it for you, if you don’t like the skin. He loves doing things for you. Have you thanked him, for his unswerving loyalty?

    • Pakimon says:

      Well, Cheetos are orange.

      Like oranges!

      Do Cheetos count as fruit or are they still chunklassified as “nutrition bars? 😆

    • LGFisapitofshit says:

      “One lesson of science, though, is that if the best you can do isn’t good enough to establish reliable knowledge, first acknowledge it — relentless honesty about what can and cannot be extrapolated from data is another core principle of science — and then do more, or do something else. As it is, we have a field of sort-of-science in which hypotheses are treated as facts because they’re too hard or expensive to test, and there are so many hypotheses that what journalists like to call “leading authorities” disagree with one another daily.

      It’s an unacceptable situation….”

      Unlike the science of global warming.

  35. Pakimon says:

    Does Gus realize he has his very own Twitterwarrior Theatre at “The Stalker Blog”?

    • trebob says:

      Can Gus even define “stalker”?

    • rightymouse says:

      I went over to Balloon Juice to find the reference. LOL! This is what was said about Gus:

      “LT says:
      February 16, 2014 at 12:48 am
      Try to grok this:

      Charles Johnson is retweeting this:

      Newsflash. If WNET is corrupt for taking money to report on pensions from John Arnold then so is ProPublica.— Gus (@Gus_802) February 16, 2014

      The Sirota hate is similar to the Greenwald hate. (And that was a real fucking good.)

      – Oh for fuck’s’sake. That GUS character is a writer at LGF? Jesus. That guy is Jim Hoft dumb on Twitter.”

    • rightymouse says:

      Here’s another one:
      “LT says:
      February 16, 2014 at 12:57 am
      @LT: @LT: Here’s how GUS at LGF finishes up his Sirota hate piece:

      The question remains, how can WNET be accused of corruption when ProPublica, who also cover pensions, is the recipient of $2 million from the Laura and John Arnold Foundation and gets away unnoticed?

      WNET gave the $3.5 million back. That’s a pretty good bit of evidence it was ugly.

      Not to mention Sirota went into a lot of detail on how the money was influencing WNET:

      The news of PBS actively soliciting financing from billionaire political activists – and custom tailoring original program proposals for those financiers – follows a wave of damning revelations about the influence of super-wealthy political interests over public broadcasting.

      GUS of course did not show anything of the kind about Pando (and many of the Pando crew seem like fucking idiot fucknuts) or ProPublica.”

  36. LGFisapitofshit says:

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    The Wolves of ProPublica and PandoDailyProPublica the recipient of Arnold Foundation grants and the Republican heavy-hitters behind PandoDaily. GusMEDIA • 11 hours, 33 minutes ago • Views: 444

    Recently, much has been made about the revelation by David Sirota at PandoDaily, The Wolf of Sesame Street: Revealing the secret corruption inside PBS’s news division, regarding the financing of the “Pension Peril” series for WNET in New York. [It should be noted, as was revealed to the Romney camp, that Sesame Street is a seperate entity from PBS, WNET, et al. More on Mitt Romney and PandoDaily’s financier’s later.]

    The premise of this piece is that John Arnold, through theLaura and John Arnold Foundation, is influencing the content of this series through a $3.5 million grant for this series. While it is true that Mr. Arnold is an advocate of pension reform I thought it would be interesting to note his other associations including those of PandoDaily’s financial backers. The allegation is that WNET engaged in corruption by accepting the Arnold Foundation grant.


    According to the Grants page at the Laura and John Arnold Foundation, ProPublica, Inc. was given a grant in the amount of $2 million for the term 2013-2015. ProPublica also notes the Laura and John Arnold Foundation on their supporter page. It should be noted that ProPublica has been covering pensions including news reports and investigations.

    A search at ProPublica reveals that both “John Arnold” and “Laura and John Arnold Foundation” is only revealed in the Supporters – About Us – ProPublica page. There are no disclosures of Laura and John Arnold Foundation funding in any of the pension articles at ProPublica.


    On January 16, 2012, Gigaom featured an article regarding PandoDaily’s start-up financing, “Sarah Lacy’s PandoDaily launches with $2.5 million in funding.”

    The company is being funded by a $2.5 million investment from some of the most well known investors in Silicon Valley and some of the top seed funds. Investors in PandoDaily are – Marc Andreessen, Peter Thiel, Tony Hseih (Zappos), Zach Nelson (NetSuite), Andrew Anker, Chris Dixon (FounderCollective), Saul Klein (IndexVentures), Josh Kopelman (First Round Capital)…

    From Wikipedia:

    In 2012, Lacy founded technology news site PandoDaily with a reported $2.5m investment from investors including Marc Andreessen, Peter Thiel, Tony Hsieh, David Sze, Jim Breyer, Reid Hoffman, Chris Dixon and Josh Kopelman. The site consists of a daily technology blog and a monthly event series entitled “PandoMonthly”.

    Peter Thiel – Libertarian and Republican Donor:

    Venture capitalist and hedge fund manager Peter Thiel. Was a co-founder of PayPal and later CEO. Mr. Thiel would also go on to support Meg Whitman for her unsuccesful bid as governor of California ($25,900).

    Meg Whitman was a partner with Pierre Omidyar at eBay — as CEO she purchased PayPal from Thiel et al in 2010. Thiel was also a trader for Credit Suisse and speech writer for William Bennett.

    Peter Thiel and Sarah Lacy

    • Largest contributor to “Club for Growth” in sum of $1 million.
    • Co-authored “The Diversity Myth: ‘Multiculturalism’ and the Politics of Intolerance at Stanford” (1995) with David O. Sacks.
    • Libertarian objectivist.
    • $3.9 million to “Endorse Liberty” supporting Ron Paul for president (2012).
    • Private meeting with Rand Paul — “the future of the Liberty Movement.”
    • Endorsed Ron Paul for president in 2007.
    • Contributed to McCain/Palin 2012.
    • $1.7 million Ron Paul Super-Pac in 2012.
    • Helped fund James O’Keefe’s “Taxpayers Clearing House” in 2009.
    • Multiple contributions to Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, Paul Ryan and Mitt Romney.

    Peter Thiel’s Republican Party political candidate donations:

    Rep. James E. Rogan, Don Stenberg, Sen. John Thune Douglas Forrester, Rep. Robin Hayes, Sen. John Cornyn, Sen. Elizabeth Dole, Sen. Lamar Alexander, State Sen. Dick Monteith, Rep. Lee Terry, Sen. Chuck Hagel, Rep. Dan Lungren, Rep. Bob Beauprez, Rep. Mike Simpson, Rep. Tom Tancredo, Rep. Mary Bono, Gov. Butch Otter, Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, Rep. Nancy Johnson, Rep. Scott Garrett, Rep. Tim Johnson, Rep. Bill Thomas, Sen. Jeff Flake, Sen. Jim DeMint, Sen. Jim Talent, Rep. Denny Rehberg, Rep. Rob Simmons, Rep. Jon Porter, Rep. Roscoe Bartlett, Rep. Ed Royce, Sen. Susan Collins, Sen. Gordon H. Smith, Rep. Bob Schaffer, John Neely Kennedy, Sen. Norm Coleman, Rep. Mike Coffman, Rep. Eric Cantor, John Raese, Dino Rossi, Ryan Brumberg, Sen. Rand Paul, Randy Altschuler, Rep. Justin Amash, State Sen. Richard Tisei, Kevin McCarthy, Sen. Ted Cruz, Josh Mandel, and Sen. Orrin Hatch.

    Ted Cruz and Rand Paul

    For a more detailed look at Peter Thiel’s political contributions click here.

    Peter Thiel “has worked as a derivatives trader at Credit Suisse Financial Products, a securities lawyer for Sullivan & Cromwell, and a speechwriter for former education secretary William J. Bennett.”

    Marc Andreessen – Romney/Ryan Supporter:

    Marc Andreessen is another venture capitalist only rather than worth billions as Thiel worth is in the millions. Andreessen is also founder of Mosaic and Netscape. In addition to helping start PandoDaily his investments also includes Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest and others. Andreessen serves on the board of eBay (see Whitman, Omidyar, et al).

    While having supported Barack Obama in 2008, Mr. Andreessen flipped in 2012 to support Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan.

    Marc Andreessen and Sarah Lacy

    He’s contirbuted $15,000 to Ryan Prosperity Action, Inc.; Cantor Victory Fund; Romney for President, Inc.; Scott Brown; over $50,000 to the National Republican Senatorial Committee; and $30,5000 to the National Republican Congressional Committee.

    In 2012, Business Insider reported:

    He has contributed $100,000 to Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s campaign via a SuperPAC…

    …Andreessen says he supports Romney because he is a “dyed-in-the-wool” businessman who understand that “regulations” get in the way of business.

    Andreessen says he used to support Democrats – like Clinton/Gore, for example – but “I turned 40 last year and so I figured it was time to make the switch.”


    The amount to which Republican super-donor Peter Thiel and newly minted Republican Marc Andreessen infused into PandoDaily remains unknown. No attempt was made to contact any of the individuals in this story. What remains clear is that PandoDaily and David Sirota have accused WNET and the Arnold Foundation with corruption for having the latter provide grant money for the series, “Pension Peril.”

    The question remains, how can WNET be accused of corruption when ProPublica, who also cover pensions, is the recipient of $2 million from the Laura and John Arnold Foundation and gets away unnoticed?

    OK Gas and Chunk, here’s how-WNET took funds for a particular series which leads to the appearance at least, of potential bias whereas ProPublica just took money in general, like it does from any group. See? Does that make sense? Now you could argue that all media needs to be scrutinized for taking funds from either business, special interest groups and or the government as this can lead to the appearance of bias at least or editorial influence perhaps, but the cases are very different. This librotarian dementia syndrome you are suffering from is really embarrassing you.

  37. Abu penis penis penis lol says:

    Saw this on Weazel Zippers .Suspect Musab Masmari might have been his distaste 4 the ghays. No mention of islam/moslem. Check.

    Can a muslim be charged with a hate crime if he’s following the koran? And why is this attempted mass murder not national news. Where are all the loudmouth libs who champion ghay rights? Oh, yeah.

  38. Because And...? says:

  39. LGFiscrap says:

    Besides I bet he converted just for the jokes.

  40. Because says:

  41. Pakimon says:

    Too bad they eliminated this event from the Sochi winter Olympics. 😆

    *Clip shamelessly stolen borrowed from Ace’s

  42. Because says:

    • Dolphincatcher says:

      No comment on the main contributor.

  43. Pakimon says:


    I don’t remember that at all.

    What I do remember is a fat pony-tailed blogger who classified any criticism of him and his inane bullshit as a “death threat”. 😆

  44. Because says:

    Spam thing has been eating again…

  45. Pakimon says:

    Looks like Chunkles is succumbing to yet another case of the vapors.

    Watching Chunky’s pudgy face turn beet red as he starts hyperventilating always makes me smile. 😀

  46. Octopus says:

    Pakimon :
    pannus pannus pannus lol

    Godallmighty…now I feel even sicker. That was a bad story. BAD STORY!

    Fortunately, it led to a Good Story. Always darkest before the crack of Dee, I always say. 🙂