Gus has a Greenwald obsession

The damage Glenn Greenwald has done to Obama has pissed off the LGF crowd. Greenwald is on their minds 24/7. Gus tweets out a stupid picture of Greenwald running from a bi-plane.

Get over Greenwald, Gus and focus on getting off your landlord’s couch.

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31 Comments on “Gus has a Greenwald obsession”

  1. ISTE says:

    North by Northwest

  2. DudeBro says:

    If you’re going to dedicate your life to being a brown nosed ass kisser, shouldn’t you choose a “somebody” instead of a loser nobody? Hey gussy, hows your daily tomato soup (boiling water from a sterno lamp + a ketchup packet)?

  3. Pakimon says:

    Gus would’ve never even heard of Glenn Greenwald if not for Chunky’s endless bleating about him.

  4. Pakimon says:

    When all else fails, break out the comic books! 😆

    • Pakimon says:

      Nobody cares so Chunk Johnson, Agent of R.U.M.P.S.W.A.B. let’s everyone know it’s from the exalted “Lizard Collection”.

      Unfortunately for Agent Chunk, the sound of a lone cricket chirping is the only response… 😆

    • dnd - GG i berate, cuz he don't no who ta hate says:

      Yeah thanks for that hyper macho white male over-priviliged militant and most certainly bigoted by today’s progressive scum standards hero Chunk, ya dumb hypocritical libturd moron. Chunk I don’t think Nick Fury would be OK with gay marriage. He would probably first reach for his gun and maybe mercifully defer to his fists.

    • trebob says:

      Charles selling off more of his comic collection? He might be having Khao Soi take out tonight!

      http://www.ebay.com/itm/like/321327495837?lpid=82

    • Stonemason says:

      So he’s proud of his $4 comic book? Seriously?

  5. Minnow says:

    ICYMI

  6. dnd - GG i berate, cuz he don't no who ta hate says:

    Chunk’s latest Greenwald mock post is particularly sad in it’s pettiness, ugliness and complete lack of professionalism. Chunk’s fellow Twits speculate who would play various roles in a movie made from GG’s new book. Chunk seems to think he’s hit on some kind of giant revelation that Pee Wee Herman bears a striking resemblence to GG. Which, aside from the two men both having dark short hair and being relatively slim, they look nothing alike. As usual, Chunk has a tin ear for humor and wit and manages to meerly insult and be a negative prick.

    Why don’t we have some fun and speculate who could play Chunky and his LGF pals in a movie of his dramatic yet bogus, trumped up fracture with the right. Who could play the aging fat drama queen, Chunk? My initial short list :

    Chevy Chase – he looks terribly bloated now. And he’s a natural for playing a petty jackass.
    John Goodman -huger than ever, libturd jackass
    Rosie O’donnell – ’nuff said
    also:
    Jabba the Hut
    Pizza the Hut
    An actual hut

  7. Bunk X says:

    Kinda related:
    MAD Magazine came about in response to censorship. Comic books were declared to cause juvenile delinquency, while magazines did not.

    • Octopus says:

      I grew up reading Mad Magazine, and all the paperbacks that collected their artists. Such classic stuff, I wish I had saved the originals.

      • Bunk X says:

        Gimme a holler via the mojowire. I have a line on 1966-1972 issues if you want ’em – assuming they haven’t been eaten by silverfish. Collection starts with “Loused Up In Space” (Mort Drucker’s great spoof on “Lost In Space”). You pay shipping.

      • Octopus says:

        I appreciate the offer, Bunk, but I guess I’m okay with the digital version available online. I get nostalgic for paper sometimes, but then it passes. I did keep my collection of National Lampoons, though. Safely rotting in a box, somewhere in a dank corner of the basement. Silverfish heaven.

      • Bunk X says:

        NatLamp was awesome. Every issue I opened, my first reaction was “Oh, man! You can’t print that!” followed by private snickering.

      • dnd - wut me wer e says:

        Yep I read Mad all through the seventies. Loved Drucker and Don Martin, Spy v Spy etc.. and those tri-folds on the back page that appeared to be one thing until you did the fold and then they were usually some cynical anti-establishment or anti-war message. I also remember some graphic images of Vietnam during those days. Bloated corpses and what not. Mad was funny but it could definitely be edgy too.

        I remember bits on planned obselescence basically bashing the big 3 auto makers. Odd stuff for a 12 yr old to be reading. They would usually do a major movie spoof too, right? Usually Drucker. The Poseiden Adventure comes to mind.

  8. Octopus says:

    New York was incredible today. Perfect weather. It was Japan Day in Central Park, so there was a lot of Rising Sun Imperialism in the form of geisha girls (some of them actually female), traditional Japanese music, and free food samples. Gus and Chunky, you would have been in freeloader heaven. I hear you’re big in Japan, Fatass. I saw someone wearing a Domo t-shirt today, in your honor.

    Back to boring suburban life in Flyover Country, tomorrow. Go, Tigers!

  9. Octopus says:

    Hope that space heater has a few more BTU’s left in it, Garage Boy. 🙂

    Teh Warmening™

  10. Octopus says:

    BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!!!

    That’s a gem. Pass it on to Chunky, whose mother no doubt gifted him likewise.

    • OLT's So Much Iron-y Goodness; He Could Be Stalker Charles says:

      Boys should listen to Mama, and John Kerry is proof of what happens when they do not.

      If you cannot serve as a shining example, serve as a horrible warning. Thx Yu Jon Cary.

    • dnd - wut me wer e says:

      Chunky’s Mom told him to never let right wingers control your mind for eight years. Oops. Sorry Mom!

    • DudeBro says:

      I wonder how proud mama Kerry was when her sonny testified under oath to Congress and stated pure bullshit about American atrocities in Vietnam?

  11. Bunk X says:

    Tweaktweet.

  12. dnd - wut me wer e says:

    Because Chunk thinks Fauxcahontas, the coal mining corporate whore is better at oversight than a career prosecutor and straight arrow like Trey Gowdy. Maybe he feels affinity toward her since she has a ridiculous unbelievable story to try and explain away why she’s not just a craven liar about claiming to be an Indian when she clearly isn’t and has no legitimate claim to be. Just like Chunk and his unbelievable schpiel about being misled for eight years by the right who used mind control to make him a racist.

    They’re really two peas in a pod aren’t they? Pathetic progressive liars and deceitful crooked scumbags.

    http://littlegreenfootballs.com/article/43383_Elizabeth_Warren_Reads_the_Riot_Act_to_the_House_GOP