A very sick comment

One reason Charles Johnson has some serious mental issues is that he surrounded by some very nasty people. Just like a druggie has enablers,  the once great Jazz guitarist and former influential blogger associates with people who are not helping him with his issues. One such vile person is goddamnedfrank , who made an evil comment. He claims abortions have reduced the crime rates.

Abortion is cool

Regardless how ones feels about the abortion issue, this is pure evil. This vile cretin is one of the reasons why Charles has fallen from his once stellar heights.



71 Comments on “A very sick comment”

  1. Octopus says:

    Textbook Eugenics. Perfectly in keeping with Ma Sanger’s mission. And Adolf’s.


    An advertisement for a book entitled “Woman and the New Race”. At the top is a photo of a woman, seated affectionately with her two sons.

    Sanger’s 1920 book endorsed eugenics.

    As part of her efforts to promote birth control, Sanger found common cause with proponents of eugenics, believing that they both sought to “assist the race toward the elimination of the unfit.”[79] Sanger was a proponent of negative eugenics, which aims to improve human hereditary traits through social intervention by reducing the reproduction of those who were considered unfit. Sanger’s eugenic policies included an exclusionary immigration policy, free access to birth control methods and full family planning autonomy for the able-minded, and compulsory segregation or sterilization for the profoundly retarded.[80][81] In her book The Pivot of Civilization, she advocated coercion to prevent the “undeniably feeble-minded” from procreating.[82] Although Sanger supported negative eugenics, she asserted that eugenics alone was not sufficient, and that birth control was essential to achieve her goals.[83][84][85]

  2. Octopus says:

    ICYMI — Porky Icarus PSA:

    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?


  3. d&d says:

    The LGF denizens are not going to be happy with this. Chunk will accuse this Egyptian priest and now secretary to Pope Francis, who has a close and indepth knowledge of Islam from his own culture, of being a bigot. In reality he just speaks the truth, unlike the cowardlyand deceiptful progressive Chunk.


    Allam cited an interview that Father Gaido gave on 31 March 2008:

    I have always tried to be a friend that respects the different religion of the other, without being afraid to tell the truth or to emphasize that Christianity is a call to freedom.

    And when Magdi asked me about the Copts in Egypt, I did not hide the enormous difficulties under which Christians must live in places with a Muslim majority.

    These difficulties are not caused by a few Islamists, but by a culture of death and violence that is based on very clear verses [of their scripture] that they quote, calling for violence and jihad, saying they should murder all who are different and killing [those who express] freedom of conscience. Just to think differently is enough to be sentenced to death.

    • Juan Epstein says:

      Didn’t The Big C celebrate Allam’s conversion from Islam to Catholicism back in the day?

      I’m positive there’s a thread.

      There were riots and deaths.

      • Arachne says:

        Chuck will see it as a two-fer – he gets to stick up for Islam AND put down Catholicism in the same thread. Jackpot.

      • Juan Epstein says:

        One thing’s for sure, Arachne.

        The Big C knows more about Islam and Coptic Christians than any Coptic Christian.

  4. Juan Epstein says:

    Pope Benedict has poked a real finger in the eye of radical Islam with this very high-profile conversion. Forecast: extended seething, with a 70% chance of riots. Death threat warnings are in effect.


    • d&d says:

      And below the blockquote in that post Chunk says this about Allam titling a book ‘Long Live Israel’:

      And that infuriated members of the Religion of Peace, of course, because they want to see Israel destroyed.

      Generalize much, Fatass? He didn’t specify radicals here. And further below he asserts that the Union of Islamic Communities non-reaction that it’s Allam’s personal choice is a veiled death threat and that the ummah (Islamic nation) will take care of it.

      A year later he was banning people for making these very same comments.

    • HaikuMan says:

      Will they burn churches
      kill Catholics and rape nuns?
      Did that already.

    • d&d says:

      Has he ever admitted to having been a racist for making such posts?

      Oh right! Misled. 😆

      • Arachne says:

        Makes you wonder why anyone should ever be listening to someone so, you know, easily duped. And stayed duped for seven years or so. By 15,000 people – the Dupe Army.

  5. Arachne says:

    I have made the mistake of downloading the entire published series of “A Song of Ice and Fire” onto my iPad. 5400+ pages. That’ll be a lot of BART rides, for sure.

    • Octopus says:

      Gawd, that’s a big doorstopper of a book(s)…makes my eyes hurt, just thinking about it. 😉

      I’m enjoying the show, though. Creepy episode the other day. No spoilers, but…whoa.

  6. Arachne says:

    Oh no…Bob Hoskins is dead at 71. I’ve always loved him onscreen.

    • rightymouse says:

      I LOVED “Who Framed Roger Rabbit”. RIP, Bob!

    • d&d says:

      Yeah really too bad. He was good at any age and could have continued had he not gotten sick. I first saw him in Heart Condition with Denzel Washington who was also pretty new then. If you haven’t seen this, get/download it. It’s hilarious. I became immediate fans of both Hoskins and Washington.

    • gizbot7 says:

      Awww man. He was always great. RIP.

  7. d&d says:

    OK this is weird. I just read this headline:


    $3 million? Doesn’t that cover his fine from the NBA with a half mil fun money to spare? It’s obviously a PR move by UCLA but they should have thought it through. They’re returning 3 mil to a racist instead of putting it toward the Kidney research it was intended for.

  8. Stabby says:

    I don’t see exactly how quoting freakanomics is evil. Either they’re right or they’re wrong.

    Personally I think the tragedy of unwanted children isn’t crime rates, it’s the misery of the children and the misery of unprepared parents – if that misery is so tangible that it leads to measurable rises in crime then we should know that.

    It’s illogical to add “regardless of how you feel about abortion.” Isn’t the your problem precisely that this is a powerful argument in favour of unfettered access to abortion? Clearly if you’re convinced, either by this argument or mine that allowing abortion is a good idea, then you won’t think arguing for it is monstrous.

    • Octopus says:

      That’s nice, Chunky Frank. Good thing you never had any kids of your own, too. Too bad your Mom let you live, though.

    • Arachne says:

      I can’t even begin to describe how the words “[i]sn’t the your problem precisely that this is a powerful argument in favour of unfettered access to abortion” make me want to throw up, and for that reason, and that reason ALONE, I am fucking done with this monstrous piece of trolling trash.

    • rightymouse says:

      This is what I think of your post, Stabby.

  9. Octopus says:

    Chunky’s going to be furious, when he reads what his old pal Mr. Simon has to say about Benghazi Boogaloo. http://pjmedia.com/rogerlsimon/2014/04/29/new-benghazi-emails-mean-obama-impeachment-trial-must-be-launched/?singlepage=true

    The levels of criminality involved in this are mind-boggling. Everyone from Ben Rhodes to Hillary Clinton to Jay Carney to Susan Rice to Mike Morell to Barack Obama and on and on must explain themselves minute-by-minute. American “liberals” and their media consorts should search their souls. People died here.

    This is one of Fatass’s favorite “nontroversies.” An impeachment trial would be too much to ask for, in the current climate of abject pusillanimity from the self-described liberal MSM. Or would it? A kid can dream…

    • rightymouse says:

      I dunno. President Biden? I shudder to think. Then again, could he really be much worse?

      • trebob says:

        Obama would continue to serve his term even after impeachment (ala Clinton). He’s too important (in his mind) to step down.

    • ISpeakJive says:

      No, we’ve got more important work to do. There’s rich old racists that need to be flushed out of the woodwork into the open. Priorities, priorities.

  10. trebob says:

    Clearly if you’re convinced, either by this argument or mine that allowing abortion is a good idea, then you won’t think arguing for it is monstrous.

    When Charles Warner molested and killed 11 month old Adrianna Waller causing a six-inch skull fracture, a broken jaw, three broken ribs, bruised lungs and a lacerated liver and spleen, that’s monstrous. When Kermit Gosnell ripped those children apart or jammed a pair of scissors in the back of their heads, that was monstrous. Deliberately killing a child, a baby is monstrous and anyone arguing for it to be “unfettered” for any reason is morally bankrupt.

    • Arachne says:

      I just can’t even wrap my brain around the callousness and inhumane points of that argument. Hell, if it’s all about quality of life, Stanky, if they’re born defective, why don’t we just kill them then? Why kind of life could they have, after all?

      • Stabby says:

        My main principle in support of allowing abortion is that the alternative is to have the government controlling the most important decision in a person’s life and to do it on behalf of moralists. There are no two groups as inflexible cold and brutally clumsy as the government and moralists.

      • Arachne says:

        And then there’s a third group – modern-day Mengeles like you.

        I just can’t even. Someone call me with this piece of shit has left the thread.

      • Stabby says:

        And what position on abortion is most common among Libertarians?

      • rightymouse says:

        I’m sure you think you’re qualified to speak for Libertarians even though you’re not one. I can tell you what my Libertarian husband thinks. He’s the father of fiive children & thinks abortion should be extremely rare and limited to first trimester. End of subject.

  11. ISpeakJive says:

    I await their Nazi connections from Goose toot-sweet.

  12. d&d says:

    Only “fairly convincing” to those who need no convincing.


    Despite persuasive logic regarding a reduction in the number of children born to circumstances that would place them at-risk for growing into criminality, the significance of this effect appears to have been grossly overstated. For example, nearly 60% of the decline in murder since 1990 involved perpetrators ages 25 and older—individuals who would have been born prior to the landmark abortion decision. As shown in the figure below, there were substantial reductions during the 1990s in homicides committed by older age groups, especially those in the 25-34 year-old age range.

    The abortion-crime link also cannot account for the transient surge in youth homicide during the late 1980s, if not for which the 1990s would not have witnessed such a sizable decline. The rise and then fall in youth homicide before and then after 1990 has much more to do with fast changing patterns of drug trade, gang activity and illegal gun supply than a sudden shift in abortion policy.

    Finally, the abortion-crime hypothesis cannot explain the large drop in murder and other violent crime from the first six months of 2009 to the corresponding months of 2010. In fact, nothing really can.

    Like the idiotic Climate Change theory, where correlation is found it trumpets it as causation and quietly ignores where there is no correlation.

  13. Octopus says:

    I don’t know why Herr Fatass hasn’t latched onto this show, as another sign of his millenial-hipness. I mean…I sure have. 😆

  14. d&d says:

    And this is a specious and baseless argument: “The idea being that unwanted kids are often unloved and tend not to be well socialized.” It sounds like something dreamed up by a couple of…well…guys who wrote Freakonomics.

    Because someone doensn’t like the idea of being unexpectedly pregnant does not mean they would not love the baby if they had to have it. And how many older couples have the “surprise” baby, debate abortion and then have the kid only to love it to death and thank their lucky stars. And if keeping the baby is so untenable, then putting it up for adoption is always an option. And I can guarantee you there is virtually 0 data to backup that assertion of unloved and badly socialized children who WOULD have been happily aborted. Such shit.

    My brother in law’s wife had a child as a teenager and her daughter (the resulting baby) did too. Must be a biological clock thing! Both pregnancies were initially unwanted. Both results are handsome, well adjusted, educated, law abiding young men.

    • d&d says:

      Correction: Both results are attractive, well adjusted, educated, law abiding young people. It was Sis & law had niece who in turn had son.

  15. Octopus says:

    I don’t usually favor this kind of discourse, but I just love this young lady’s spirit. 🙂

  16. Pakimon says:

    In less then an hour, the Flyers engage in Winner Take All Game 7 combat, toe to toe with the hated Rangers in Mono Sodium Glutamate Madison Square Garden.

    Beer – check

    Philly Cheesesteak – check

    Philly Soft Pretzels dripping with mustard – check.

    Seems I forgot something…

    Oh, that’s right! 😀

    Ice Girl Power…ACTIVATE!

  17. rightymouse says:

    I hear that the Pensacola, Florida area is a feaking mess right now. Thoughts and prayers to those living in the area. One of my best friends is there & things have been grim. 😦

  18. d&d says:

    And the pattern of LGF success continues! The last 6 hours of posts of hard hitting political and economic analysis:

    -Chunk shows his deep knowledge of economics by mocking the GOP for being against raising the minimum wage. Because everyone knows if only all those greedy business owners would pay more to de liddle peeple then everyting would be better and everyone would prosper! And Maduro of Venezuela THINKS THE SAME THING!!! Way to go Chunk, you think like a third world dictator thug.

    -Bash Greenwald’s latest piece, smearing him as some kind of retarded/lying/insane/deeply flawed/hack (which is actually what Chunk himself is) instead of an actual well regarded lawyer turned professional journalist with $250 mil in backing.

    -Bash Sarah Palin by way of Jon Stewart borrowed snark. Yawn…

    -A pathetic video about Tiny Hamsters eating Tiny Burritos er something. I watched 18 seconds and then decided life’s too short. It looked like it was seriously, going to literally be about hamsters (they’re all tiny) eating tiny burritos that some idiot thought would be witty or cute or funny or get people to watch his YouTube channel.

  19. Pakimon says:

    Dammit! Flyers down 0-1 in the middle of the second period!

    Pakimog get angry and antsy!

    Pakimog chuck mustard drippy soft pretzel right in face of little rat guy that looks like Spike Lee.

    Little rat guy not happy with face full of mustard but Pakimog feel better!

  20. Pakimon says:

    Now the Flyers down 0-2 in second period and Pakimog about to go into beer and rum fueled rage!

    There goes a drippy mustard pretzel off the head of some fat guy that looks like Gov. Christie.

    Go back to Jersey and root for the Devils you fat bastard! 😡

    • Minnow says:

      Become one with the pretzel Pakimon… inhale slowly….and now exhale… the Flyers are toying with your sense of humor…. and inhale….. and exhale…. Now inhale beer…. and exhale….

  21. Pakimon says:

    Well, it’s the end of 2 periods and it’s looking kind of grim.

    Pakimog is tossing mustard soaked soft pretzels at the TV and all that mustard is going to be a bitch to clean up. 😦

    I can’t blame the caveman for acting like a crack smoking chimp.

    Flyers lose and we’re stuck with the mediocre Phillies until August when football season kicks off.


    But hey! Miracles can happen and there’s a whole period left…. 😀

  22. Stonemason says:

    Got one back Paki…hang on!

  23. Octopus says:

    One shot away and lots of time left. Go Phlyers!

    • Abu says:

      2:19 left in regulation. Once Philly pulls Mason (don’t try that at home) they’ll tie it up.

      • Abu says:

        Pulling the goalie before 1 min is a mistake. Hopefully they prove me wrong.

      • Octopus says:

        Urgh. Sorry about that, Pak. They gave a great effort.

      • Pakimon says:

        Oh well. They played hard and that’s all that I could ask for.

        Now it’s time to scrape the crusty mustard dripping soft pretzels off the TV screen. 😀

  24. Juan Epstein says:

    This is cooler than hampsters.

  25. Abu says:

    Sorry, Paki. They played their asses off. Can’t ask for more.

    • Pakimon says:

      They sure did. Just really hard to win on the road, especially when it’s playoff time.

      They’ll do better next year. 😀