“Ways to be passive aggressive.”

Ever since my epiphany last week about realizing that I may have contributed to Charles Johnson’s mental issues, I do not view his rants in the same light. He tweeted this out and did not realize he engages in the very behavior he is condemning.

This tweet is just sad in many ways. Charles, due to his mental issues, does not realize his tweet describes himself perfectly. It is sad to see the deterioration of another person’s mental state before our very eyes.

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113 Comments on ““Ways to be passive aggressive.””

  1. Doppel pannus says:

    Charles is more pannus aggressive than passive aggressive

    Pannus Pannus Pannus LOL

  2. trebob says:

    Arachne (I think) called it the other day. Narcissistic personality disorder leaves Charles with the inability to be introspective if it weakens his “position” (as he sees it) in society.

    http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/narcissistic-personality-disorder/basics/definition/con-20025568

    Charles’ condition makes him eat up any sympathy because he’s persecuted so of course he deserves sympathy (according to him).

    • Arachne says:

      Johnson wants desperately to be taken as seriously by the left as he was when he lived “on the right.” This isn’t going to happen. As I said to Daedalus in an email, the left has already reached maximum occupancy on those they need to put forth positions, comment on the opposition, rally the troops, etc. They have absolutely no need for Charles Johnson nor do they WANT Charles Johnson. They give him the pat on the head via Twitter from time to time “why yes, you’re a real good boy, Chucky, now fetch” but they for the most part ignore him. He certainly brings nothing to the table that they didn’t have in bulk already and with genuine bona fides to boot. I don’t think he’s quite come to grips with the fact that he’s not a major player on the left and that he wasn’t welcomed “back” with open arms as some sort of prize.

  3. d&d says:

    He’s not insane. He’s just a decietful liar and a coward. And a butt swab progressive. He’s what Pat’s talking about in this video:

    Pat makes the distinction between an honest liberal and a progressive. Charles has chosen to be the latter.

  4. d&d says:

    Chunk’s a pASSive AggreSSive ASS.

  5. d&d says:

    Looks like Chunk’s favorite cable channel is on the same trajectory of failure as his failed blog and flailing Twitter attempts at influence. Could there be a consequence to constant smears and lying mischaracterizations and continued avoidance of any real discussion?? Looks like it!

    http://weaselzippers.us/184398-msnbc-ratings-freefall-continues-april-ratings-lowest-in-seven-years/

    I’m so sorry Charles
    – Charmin-uta, your personal butt swabber from your halcyon days of being an anti-Muslim bigot.

    • Octopus says:

      How long can they afford to continue the charade of being a viable cable news network? Don’t the economics of having such a dumpster-fire of an operation rankle the bean-counters? How long does Madcow keep her job? I mean, does she have to pull an Olbermann, a public meltdown worse than her usual through-the-looking-glass political rants? I think she’s too slick for that.

      • Arachne says:

        That I keep wondering about, because their loser line-up has got some pretty hefty salaries, if the contract information is to be believed. Now, news divisions are expected to lose money – they’re not seen as profit centers for any network. However, NBC has a unique problem in that they and MSLSD are owned to the tune of 50% by Comcast, and I seriously doubt the subscribers are going to be really delighted as their rates get raised to pay inflated salaries for Spittle Ball Matthews and the like. Didn’t they try to give him a turn at Meet the Press something like “Hardball” on the network on Sunday morning and finally just yanked it liked they yanked Olberman off the Sunday Night Football broadcast. They can do the same with the elegantly coiffed Bob Costas as well. But really – they should be looking at pundits or whatever with at least some believability. And you ain’t gonna find that on the left.

        However, I hear there’s a fat guy who will work for minimum wage in Culver City. You should tap him. I’m sure he’d love to give that Mill-yo a go.

  6. Octopus says:

    Daedalus, stop beating yourself up. You are not to blame for Chunky’s precipitous mental-decline. He is incapable of introspection, and utterly devoid of integrity. There is something wrong with his brain, which makes it impossible to interact normally with other humans.

    He can fake it for periods on the internet, but his fly-by-night relationships with people, parties and principles very quickly spin out of control, when his perfidious personality peeks out from behind his pannus. He thinks he’s wily, as in his half-assed impersonations of various sock-puppets, but he’s too scatterbrained to pull them off properly.

    Is he a sad case? Of course. Is it anyone here’s fault? Not even a little bit. We’re just keeping an eye on Porky Icarus, because somebody has to. 😉

  7. Arachne says:

    Oh, and it looks like the NBA gave another Hollywood racist a front row seat at Sterling’s banning from the NBA: Spike Lee.

    http://weaselzippers.us/184432-nba-gives-white-hating-racist-spike-lee-a-front-row-seat-for-donald-sterling-ban-announcement/#disqus_thread

    And YES he is a racist twerp. I would also like everyone to remember this piece of crap thought he was being oh so edgy and published on Twitter (what he thought was) George Zimmerman’s home address – as if he didn’t realize what would happen, then went all Urkell “did I do that?” when the people who lived in the house had to flee for their lives.

  8. rightymouse says:

    Classic passive-aggressive behavior…

    • Arachne says:

      Charlie Roach would be scouring the internet trying to find some way to link Racist NAACP honoree and Democrat donor to the following:

      Tea Party
      NRA
      Louie Gohmert
      Ted Cruz
      Diary of Daedalus
      The Mighty Greenwald

  9. rightymouse says:

    Yeah. Amazing. Big Lib Maher loves Sterling. I heard they’re friends. Still want to call him a Republican?

    • Arachne says:

      In the case of Maher, Johnson is going to irritate him in order to get an invite on the show. I doubt it has occurred to him that Maher isn’t going to waste HBO air time to talk to him – he’ll just humiliate him in the monologue. And Maher isn’t funny, he’s vulgar, mean and brutal. Just keep poking with the pointy stick, Chuck.

      • Octopus says:

        My dog George has a better chance of being invited on Maher’s show, than Fatass McDumbth. He’d do a better job of commenting on the day’s issues, too. Look good doing it, too, rather than forcing people to avert their eyes from the horror that is Chunky.

    • Kurt's painful truth says:

      Charles is flinging another Hail mary hoping to get noticed by somebody famous

      he’s the mark david chapman of the blogosphere

    • Bill Maher doesn’t even know who Charles Johnson is.

    • Bunk X says:

      Kareem is one of the sentients. Read it aloud.
      http://time.com/79590/donald-sterling-kareem-abdul-jabbar-racism/

  10. Octopus says:

    Stand by for his political branding in 5…4…3…2… 🙄

  11. Pakimon says:

    Well, this is it.

    My Flyers are facing elimination in a Game 6 showdown against the hated Rangers in the City of Cheesesteaks.

    Hopefully they’ll man up and all the pent up Chunkles-like sniveling that’s been building up in me since Sunday afternoon will not have to be unleashed on the unwary denizens of DoD.

    In the meantime…for good luck….

    Ice girl power….ACTIVATE!! 😀

  12. trebob says:

    My dog George has a better chance of being invited on Maher’s show, than Fatass McDumbth.

    George is gonna be on Maher? Sweet! He’ll be the smartest guest he’s had on in a while. 🙂

    • Octopus says:

      http://tinyurl.com/l4ocwgl

      George sez, “I will flip this table over, if you don’t shut up about “plantation basketball massas” and shit. In fact, I suggest that in any future public dialogues on race matters, the first person to mention slavery, plantations, massas or anything pertaining to that ancient history, automatically loses the debate. Like Godwin-Hitler. I’m done with that!”

      • ISpeakJive says:

        George is a fine looking chap.

        He probably also says that for slaves, those dudes sure do get paid good. Or maybe George’s english is better than that.

    • Bunk X says:

      Too bad Marge Schott’s dog Schotzie isn’t around to take a dump on Maher’s home plate.

  13. Minnow says:

    Barry thinks he is the next Mr. Huffington. Hahahaha.

    All of these edgy, hip “pieces” that Barry didn’t write – yet Barry is the one spinning the vinyl. How groovy. How hip.

    Honestly – do these mental giants think they are setting the pace and tone in journalism?

    The Bill Maher “PIECE” consists of two extremely complex multi-syllabic sentences that sat me back about three weeks.

    The FedEx shooter “PIECE” consists of one whole sentence that couldn’t even be spell checked!!

    Awesome work there Barry!

    I figure your web site must now be worth $1.38.

    Very impressive.

  14. Minnow says:

    Hey Barry – little game here…. what is the difference between “shooting” and “shooing”?

    Please take your time Hipster.

  15. Abu Milyo says:

    Daedalus wrote above: “It is sad to see the deterioration of another person’s mental state before our very eyes.”

    I feel no empathy for Stalker Charles. He’s treated people like shit since the bike fall so he no longer qualifies for polite consideration.

    Keep up the fap, Chuck. I’d hate to see this place disappear.

  16. ISTE says:

    Stupid, silly little things make me smile.

    22 Major Tom Apr 29, 2014 5:57:59pm

    Reminds me of a scene in the Tudors when Thomas More advises the king that the burnings at the stake were all done well. As if there is a right way to torture a person to death, and a way that is beyond the pale. I, personally, think we’re splitting hairs here.

    As if anyone that is burned at the stake is “Done medium rare with a little pink in the middle”

  17. Bunk X says:

    From the AP story Charles linked:

    A four-time felon, Lockett, 38, was convicted of shooting 19-year-old Stephanie Neiman with a sawed-off shotgun and watching as two accomplices buried her alive in rural Kay County in 1999 after Neiman and a friend arrived at a home the men were robbing.

    Nice guy. Deserves to die peacefully MY ASS.

    • livefreeor die says:

      And the problem with him dying of a heart attack was…?
      I can’t even type what the guy who was supposed to be executed after him did.

    • Bunk X says:

      The AP story was very obviously rushed out, so we should probably apply the 24-hour rule here. But clearly, something went very wrong tonight in McAlester, Oklahoma.

      And this should be a wake-up call for anyone who still supports our broken capital punishment system. – Charles Johnson 29 April 2014

      • Minnow says:

        I agree Barry – this should be a wake up call. Fuck the chemical injections…. use a .45. Quick, clean, effective, clean…. and loud…. and clean.

        And loud.

      • Octopus says:

        My only objection to capital punishment is that I think it’s too lenient in many cases. Lethal-injection is too humane. You just take a nap. Who doesn’t love a good nap?

  18. Minnow says:

    http://linkis.com/po.st/D36u4

    So, if I read this right…. this guy really isn’t a Democrat – right Barry?

  19. Bunk X says:

    Here’s Kareem’s great take before it gets re-written.

    It’s time to look at ourselves — and our collective moral outrage — in the mirror, says former NBA player Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.

    Moral outrage is exhausting. And dangerous. The whole country has gotten a severe case of carpal tunnel syndrome from the newest popular sport of Extreme Finger Wagging. Not to mention the neck strain from Olympic tryouts for Morally Superior Head Shaking. All over the latest in a long line of rich white celebrities to come out of the racist closet. (Was it only a couple days ago that Cliven Bundy said blacks would be better off picking cotton as slaves? And only last June Paula Deen admitted using the “N” word?)

    Yes, I’m angry, too, but not just about the sins of Donald Sterling. I’ve got a list. But let’s start with Sterling. I used to work for him, back in 2000 when I coached for the Clippers for three months. He was congenial, even inviting me to his daughter’s wedding. Nothing happened or was said to indicate he suffered from IPMS (Irritable Plantation Master Syndrome). Since then, a lot has been revealed about Sterling’s business practices:

    2006: U.S. Dept. of Justice sued Sterling for housing discrimination. Allegedly, he said, “Black tenants smell and attract vermin.”
    2009: He reportedly paid $2.73 million in a Justice Dept. suit alleging he discriminated against blacks, Hispanics, and families with children in his rentals. (He also had to pay an additional nearly $5 million in attorneys fees and costs due to his counsel’s “sometimes outrageous conduct.”)
    2009: Clippers executive (and one of the greatest NBA players in history) sued for employment discrimination based on age and race.

    And now the poor guy’s girlfriend (undoubtedly ex-girlfriend now) is on tape cajoling him into revealing his racism. Man, what a winding road she led him down to get all of that out. She was like a sexy nanny playing “pin the fried chicken on the Sambo.” She blindfolded him and spun him around until he was just blathering all sorts of incoherent racist sound bites that had the news media peeing themselves with glee.

    They caught big game on a slow news day, so they put his head on a pike, dubbed him Lord of the Flies, and danced around him whooping.

    I don’t blame them. I’m doing some whooping right now. Racists deserve to be paraded around the modern town square of the television screen so that the rest of us who believe in the American ideals of equality can be reminded that racism is still a disease that we haven’t yet licked.

    What bothers me about this whole Donald Sterling affair isn’t just his racism. I’m bothered that everyone acts as if it’s a huge surprise. Now there’s all this dramatic and very public rending of clothing about whether they should keep their expensive Clippers season tickets. Really? All this other stuff I listed above has been going on for years and this ridiculous conversation with his girlfriend is what puts you over the edge? That’s the smoking gun?

    He was discriminating against black and Hispanic families for years, preventing them from getting housing. It was public record. We did nothing. Suddenly he says he doesn’t want his girlfriend posing with Magic Johnson on Instagram and we bring out the torches and rope. Shouldn’t we have all called for his resignation back then?

    Shouldn’t we be equally angered by the fact that his private, intimate conversation was taped and then leaked to the media? Didn’t we just call to task the NSA for intruding into American citizen’s privacy in such an un-American way? Although the impact is similar to Mitt Romney’s comments that were secretly taped, the difference is that Romney was giving a public speech. The making and release of this tape is so sleazy that just listening to it makes me feel like an accomplice to the crime. We didn’t steal the cake but we’re all gorging ourselves on it.

    Make no mistake: Donald Sterling is the villain of this story. But he’s just a handmaiden to the bigger evil. In our quest for social justice, we shouldn’t lose sight that racism is the true enemy. He’s just another jerk with more money than brains.

    So, if we’re all going to be outraged, let’s be outraged that we weren’t more outraged when his racism was first evident. Let’s be outraged that private conversations between people in an intimate relationship are recorded and publicly played. Let’s be outraged that whoever did the betraying will probably get a book deal, a sitcom, trade recipes with Hoda and Kathie Lee, and soon appear on Celebrity Apprentice and Dancing with the Stars.

    The big question is “What should be done next?” I hope Sterling loses his franchise. I hope whoever made this illegal tape is sent to prison. I hope the Clippers continue to be unconditionally supported by their fans. I hope the Clippers realize that the ramblings of an 80-year-old man jealous of his young girlfriend don’t define who they are as individual players or as a team. They aren’t playing for Sterling—they’re playing for themselves, for the fans, for showing the world that neither basketball, nor our American ideals, are defined by a few pathetic men or women.

    Let’s use this tawdry incident to remind ourselves of the old saying: “Eternal vigilance is the price of freedom.” Instead of being content to punish Sterling and go back to sleep, we need to be inspired to vigilantly seek out, expose, and eliminate racism at its first signs.

  20. Abu ICYMI says:

    Flyers win!!1!!1 Philadelphia lives to play a Game 7. Ain’t playoff hockey great, Paki?!
    Holy shit. They play tomorrow? Old time hockey.
    Inquiring minds want to know how Paki will plan for food and DRINKS for a Game 7?

    • Octopus says:

      I love Game 7’s! Even when it’s not my team. The intensity is palpable. Every shift is all-out. It’s hockey at its finest. 🙂

    • Pakimon says:

      Paki is going to have authentic cheesesteaks and lots of Yeungling beer.

      And lots of soft Philly pretzels dripping with mustard for Pakimog to chuck at Rangers fans. 😈

    • Bunk X says:

      “It was extremely difficult to watch,” Lockett’s attorney, David Autry, said afterward. He also questioned the amount of the sedative midazolam that was given to Lockett, saying he thought that the 100 milligrams called for in the state’s execution protocol was “an overdose quantity.”

      • Abu Tore Down says:

        It was an underdose if he was still alive. Preparatory dosage of sedatives before KILLING someone is insane. Firing squad.
        Or drop them off in the south side of Chicago on a hot weekend after midnight.

      • calo says:

        Overdosing on Versed, or midazolam, was a gift that he didnt deserve. Best he should have felt the potassium chloride stopping his heart instead. That would have been justice.

      • stabby says:

        I don’t know about this story, but Versed has a problem that it occasionally doesn’t work and frankly should always be used in combination for surgery. There are websites with stories by people who were conscious but unable to move during surgery because of Versed.

        Last time I had surgery I made sure they used propofol instead – though mostly because Versed tends to cause memory problems.

      • Octopus says:

        Last time I had surgery I made sure they used propofol instead – though mostly because Versed tends to cause memory problems.

        Your bullshit stories really suck, Frank. 😆

  21. Octopus says:

    Is Charles working hard on fixing this site? It seems like he is. 😆

    He’s probably down in the men’s room tapping out the signal. “Gus, goddammit, are you in there or what?”

    • Abu bin pannus pannus pannus lol says:

      We should call it Little Green Sockballs since he has banned everyone who ever offered a thought. 15K mostly cogent posters. Paranoid & Narcissism are the first two words that spring to mind. Charles is the naked emperor but no one notices because no one can bear to look.
      Brain bleach, stat!

      • Octopus says:

        “PAY NO ATTENTION TO THAT MAN BEHIND THE PANNUS-CURTAIN! I AM THE GREAT AND POWERFUL FATASS! LITTLE GREEN FOOTBALLS IS ONLY ME-E-E-E!!” (burp)

  22. Kurt's gaydar says:

    I don;t see any inconsistency in Charles supporting a man who raped and murdered an 11 month old girl
    after all, Charles is a fan of what Gosnell did

    11 minutes old, 11 months old

    what difference does it make?

    • Bunk X says:

      • Arachne says:

        There are moments reading about the relative ease in which these monsters slide into Satan’s arms, I find myself in favor of killing them in the same manner they took their victims. It’s momentary, it’s fleeting, but it’s the way my anger and loathing of these animals is channeled. Especially when I see the public decrying the “inhumanity” of revoking their membership in the human race.

  23. JimboXL says:

    What a week for race relations, he was about to get the NAACP Non-racist of the Year Award too. So now the NAACP (really in 2014?) will just have to settle for giving it to the black racist Al Sharpton.

    • Octopus says:

      They also need to find another rich guy to fund the LA chapter of the NAACP, which Sterling had been doing for a long time. Just more proof of his tricksy racism, I know.

  24. Octopus says:

    Is there anything more nauseating than a slobbering libturd who’s all weepy about the death penalty being applied to monsters like these? I can’t think of anything, right now.

    • livefreeor die says:

      I think the defense attorney bitching about how “It was hard to watch” his dirtbag client get a more merciful death than the victim did is up high on the nausea meter too.

      • Octopus says:

        Yeah, that’s bad too. I hope I never need a defense attorney, because I really despise them. 😆

  25. Bunk X says:

    Kilgore on the Kerry

    Killgore Trout4/29/2014 4:10:50 am PDT
    -7
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    Daily Beast should sneak into Trilateral Commission meetings more often. Probably the best reporting of administration thinking we’ve seen in quite some time.

    • livefreeor die says:

      Bad, naughty, Kilgore!
      You didn’t read the memo:
      Secretly taping people making racist comments and releasing tape to the press = good.
      Secretly taping a member of The One’s administration making anti-Israel comments and releasing tape to the press = bad.

  26. Octopus says:

    The dumbth never stops. 😆

    Dorothy, please phone home. The three field-hands have kilt Uncle Henry, and are tag-teaming Auntie Em. She could use those ruby slippers, right about now.

    • livefreeor die says:

      Wasn’t there a later start than normal to tornadic activity in the US this year? When it’s been colder?
      But wait-the cold is due to warming.
      Because.

      • Octopus says:

        The extreme cold of this frigid winter must have created a whiplash effect, which now means the spring and summer will be blazing hot, with lots of tornadoes, hurricanes, fires, earthquakes, asteroid-strikes and solar eclipses. Basically, Sky-Wolf eating Sun God, over and over. Billions will die. Gird them loins, and stock up on ethanol.

    • Bunk X says:

      Cool. 20 years of estimation, factoring in damage costs, and BAM! HOCKEY STICK!

  27. poteen2 says:

    30 lawhawk Apr 29, 2014 6:00:04pm

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    The men scheduled to die by lethal injection tonight, Clayton Lockett, left, and Charles Warner had tried to compel the state to identify the drugs that the state was going to use in the executions.

    They lost their appeals.

    Now, we might find out due to further lawsuits and/or Lockett’s autopsy results.*

    Timeline:

    NewsChannel 4′s Courtney Francisco was a witness to the scheduled execution, she provided the following time line:
    6:23 PM – Prison officials raise the blinds. Execution begins.
    6:28 PM – Inmate shivering, sheet shaking. Breathing deep.
    6:29 PM – Inmate blinking and gritting his teeth. Adjusts his head.
    6:30 PM – Prison officials check to see if inmate is unconscious. Doctor says “He’s not unconscious”. Inmate says “I’m not.” Female prison official says, “Mr. Lockett is not unconscious.”
    6:32 PM – Inmate’s breathing is normal, mouth open, eyes shut. For a second time, prison officials check to see if inmate is unconscious.
    6:33 PM – Doctor says, “He is unconscious”. Prison official says “Mr. Lock

    That sounds terrible..
    I propose a lethal cocktail of 30.06, .308 NATO and .300 Weatherby Mag.
    Death comes in seconds with little pain and an insignificant failure rate.

  28. Octopus says:

    Either that, or slather them with honey and stake them on an anthill in the desert. I’m talking about child-killers, rape-killers, etc. The ones too evil to let live, but you don’t want them going easy.

    • stabby says:

      I’ve always thought that terrorists should be sentenced to life in a room covered with pictures of their victims and members of their victims families should be allowed to beat them up at will, though discouraged from killing them too quickly.

    • Bunk X says:

      Hung, drawn and quartered, in any order.

    • Pakimon says:

      I’d force them to watch Chunky’s endless Twitter chatter and read The Bog while tied up (A Clockwork Orange style) in front of two monitors 24/7.

    • ISpeakJive says:

      Always thought the town square would be a good place for executions. Notice how low the crime rates are in countries where they string them up on cranes, etc.

  29. Octopus says:

    Three Game 7’s Weds:
    Philadelphia at NY Rangers 7:00 PM
    Minnesota at Colorado 9:30 PM
    Los Angeles at San Jose 10:00 PM

    🙂

    • Pakimon says:

      I was really happy that Wayne Simmonds got a hat trick. The guy has always been a grinder and a battler and last night the pucks finally came his way.

      Also, the Rangers pulling the media exalted Henrik Lundqvist after the second period was thecheesing on the steak icing on the cake.

      Note: Paki was trying to make a “funny” with the “cheesing on the steak” quip but after thinking about it for a minute, it conjured up a horrific mental image so it had to go. 😆

  30. Octopus says:

    Three whole days, now. Is McDumbth finally cured of his Greenwald obsession? Or is this just the calm, before the Sturm und Drang?

    • Pakimon says:

      He’ll never be cured of his Greenwald obsession.

      or his Cheetos obsession

      or his butt-chugging Mountain Dew obsession.

      or (insert Chunky obsession of choice here) obsession.

    • Arachne says:

      So, is Chucky pissed because Greenwald is what – usurping the goals of the Obama Administration?

    • Juan Epstein says:

      I wonder why he’s not using @Ggreenwald to refer to Greenwald

    • Kurt's regular news says:

      why would a fat man with a ponytail who feels sorry for a condemned man that rped an 11 month old girl rile us up?

      that’s just another day for Chuckles. Nothing to see here, move along Gus ( well figuratively, not literally I know you’ve got a bum leg and are stuck in the garage and can;t really move)

  31. Octopus says:

    While I don’t share Daedalus’s sense of guilt about feeling partially responsible for Chunky’s precipitous decline, I do try to send him at least one encouraging word per week, in the form of stories about people who’ve overcome their mental and physical problems. Some of them even find love, McDumbth! As my dear departed Mom used to say, “There’s a mate for every old shoe.” Keep the faith, and pass on the Firehouse Cheetos…your waistline, and your anus, will thank you.

    This guy spent all his time gorging and playing games on the internet, while getting schnozzled every night. Sound familiar, Fatass?

    http://www.cnn.com/2014/04/28/health/irpt-weight-loss-brian-flemming/