Update: The 6.4 Million Hidden Comments at LGF

Here’s an interesting update for something we covered a while back…

Some of you may recall that CJ had a bit of a thing for hiding LGF’s old comment sections from unregistered visitors (you see, a registered account would leave a nice trace if someone goes diving into the old stuff, and we know he’d want to know), and at one point the BRC was able to document that comments prior to November 1, 2008 were no longer visible to outsiders on the site. That was 6.1+ million comments that could no longer be referenced, linked to, or viewed by anyone who wasn’t registered and logged in. Essentially, they’ve been scrubbed from general discourse.

It’s been a while, and I saw a tweet that referenced one of CJ’s old comments, so I decided to do some quick detective work and see if anything had changed…

Sure enough, the cutoff for visible comments is no longer 11/1/08. At some point, Johnson decided to simplify it for himself and move the first visible comment to 1/1/09. In doing so, he tossed another 300,000 comments into the darkness (including whatever was left of the buzz around the ’08 election).

I suppose this little move puts to bed any of CJ’s arguments about how hiding all of it saves loads on the precious hamsters from bots crawling though old threads (or whatever), as it would appear that sweeping up another 300K comments wouldn’t make a major change in that regard. Rather, he’s hiding them ’cause he wants them hidden (as well as the ability to track who views them), and he simply switched the cutoff to a date that was easier to remember, in case he decided to reference old comments on his own.

In any case, since I don’t really have any graphs or anything for this thread, here’s a screencap of the very first thread that has visible comments, starting with comment # 6453536:

lgf 32330 visible comments



170 Comments on “Update: The 6.4 Million Hidden Comments at LGF”

  1. Comma Nazi says:

    Happy New Year to Al, you lizards.

  2. Because says:

    Maybe yous guys can find the missing IRS emails?

    Funnier n shit if they ended up on Wikileaks.

  3. Bunk X says:


  4. Abu Milyo says:

    Immediately off topic:
    I’m listening to Hitlery w/ Brett and Greta. Hillary is such a spinning, lying POS I am considering self-abuse.

  5. Daedalus says:

    Good one Chen!

  6. Octopus says:

    Sharmuta would apologize for this slander of her idol.

  7. Octopus says:

    Aw, jeez. You’re so special. 🙄

  8. Octopus says:

    Utter nonsense. This will be corrected by factual reporting. Also, the State Department has already tried to change its story to the correct one, which is that it was a planned terrorist attack having nothing to do with any video, rather than a spontaneous protest. Will they be changing it back now, Fatass?

    • Bunk X says:

      Abu Khattala said no such thing although some of his best friends did.
      What difference does it make?

      • Because says:

        At this point…

      • Bunk X says:

        Let’s assume that Occam was never born.

        The trailer for the movie was shown to about 11 people at the NuArt Theater in L.A. in July 2012. It wasn’t released with dubbing in Arabic until early September 2012, less than 10 days prior to the Benghazi attack.

        The question is, on what date did the video go “viral,” either here or in the ME, and who promoted it?

    • Arachne says:

      Yeah, Fatass, because NYT is such an informed source. This shitbag has been interviewed over the past two years by media and I’ll assume that if he had said it was in response to a video, the criminal enterprise known as the Obama Administration would have been pointing to that with enough onscreen squiggles to rival a John Madden offensive play diagram.

      For a pudding that whines about how he was so viciously DUPED by the right, you sure are ready to fall for any story the left invents to protect the magical unicorn. In the hold days, when you still had your sanity, you would have regarded this arrest with the healthy dose of skepticism that a LOT of your betters are doing now. Suddenly we have a case against this guy so we can arrest him? Conveniently when the CEKATOA is on the effing ropes with their policy failures?

      Trey Gowdy should send a NEUTRAL interpreter and a prosecutor to interview this guy.

    • Speranza says:

      It was not even a video, just a cheesy trailer.

  9. Because Mooooooo!!! says:

    • KGB says:

      “Oooh oooh oooh, Mistah Maddow”

      Charles “Horshack” Johnson

    • Arachne says:

      You mean the same Rachel Maddow who does absolutely no preparation for her show and doesn’t give a crap about facts, according to a former production staffer?

      Yeah, and I’m sure all 25 of her viewers were thrilled.

  10. Bunk X says:

    Coleridge, Nebraska, is a farming community of 473 people. Good thing Gus_802 retweeted this:

  11. Because you wish your dick would pop up says:

  12. Bunk X says:

    • Bunk X says:

      6 charles Tue, Sep 11, 2001 8:26:52am

      The creatures who did this were not human. Humanity is something you choose; when these things chose their course, plotted their evil, and carried it out, they relinquished the privilege of being considered human.
      Even more sickening are the scenes of celebration coming out of Palestine and other Islamic states. Such hate. Such joyous embracing of evil. It’s just soul-wrenching.

    • Bunk X says:

      35 charles Sat, Sep 15, 2001 3:17:56pm

      Quote:They dig out examples like how the civilian population in, say, Iraq are suffering because of the blockade. This is true. They are suffering, and the big bad boss himself, saddam, is living life in luxury.
      But that’s the point. People bring this up all the time, without any context. Hussein has the power himself to end the blockades at any time simply by demonstrating that his government no longer seeks to obtain weapons of mass destruction. Of course, he won’t do this because he is seeking these weapons. Think about what this means for the future; I have. The people of Iraq are not being oppressed by the US, they are being held down by a brutal Dark Ages regime that wants to extend its destructive reach into the entire civilized world.
      It’s ironic that many people bring up this point, while at the same time recommending the very same measures (economic boycotts and political sanctions) in place of military action.
      And another sad point is that Saddam Hussein is actually very popular in the Islamic world of the Middle East, almost as popular as Osama bin Laden. “Osama” is the second most popular name given to male babies. This is not simply a story of a few deranged individuals; millions of people hold these poisonous beliefs and are sympathetic to Hussein, bin Laden, and the other murderous madmen who infest the region.
      Quote:…people have to understand that there may be a deeper reason as to why they are taking such extreme measures.
      And you may have noticed that I’ve been posting a steady stream of links to articles and other resources to help our visitors to do just that.
      None of this is news to me. I’ve been following the terrorism plague for years, and dreading the day when it would finally be brought to the US on a large scale. This is why I get very insulted at comments such as “typical American” (to quote more than one jerk). Categorize me like this at your own risk.
      Quote:Oh, and remember now kids… the taliban regime arent islamic… they only use it for power, which is ofcourse not a good thing in any religion.
      This is just nonsense. I’m starting to wonder if you know what you’re talking about, or if you’re just writing off the top of your head. The Taliban regime is most definitely following an insanely strict fundamentalist Sunni Islamic path. To say they “aren’t Islamic” is silly. They are Islamic — 14th century Islamic.
      Quote:charles, — you are simply too much like “if you dont share my opinion, I will ban you” for comfort.
      I haven’t banned you, have I?
      As I wrote in the main weblog, this is our house. Respect it, and you’re welcome to share your opinions with us. But I won’t tolerate casual disregard for the dead, and I don’t have to read it in my own house.

      • Octopus says:

        2001: “But I won’t tolerate casual disregard for the dead, and I don’t have to read it in my own house.”

        2014: “Screw ’em!”

      • ISpeakJive says:

        Four days after 9-11 he waz already fully duped. Remarkable.

      • Octopus says:

        None of this is news to me. I’ve been following the terrorism plague for years, and dreading the day when it would finally be brought to the US on a large scale. This is why I get very insulted at comments such as “typical American” (to quote more than one jerk).

        Here we get to the truth about his supposedly being misled, by wingnut-racists across the country and globe. Turns out, by his own admission, he was expecting the lunatic-Islamists to bring their jihad to America “for years.” How many years, Chunky? Five? Ten?

        You’re a big, fat, lying sack of shit. We still dig ya, though. 😆

  13. Bunk X says:

    Because he keeps falling for them…

    179 Charles Johnson Jun 17, 2014 6:09:41pm
    re: #177 Gus

    National Report
    Source of what’s become a hoax meme: Ted Cruz Interview Scrubbed by Website After Racist Comments | National Report

    I hate these dishonest hoax sites. They’re a plague on the Internet.

    • Bunk X says:

      I bet Weekly World News had him bamboozled into believing that Bat Boy was real, too.

      183 Charles Johnson Jun 17, 2014 6:11:49pm
      What they’re doing is not satire – they’re deliberately trying to trick people into circulating links to their site, by exploiting confirmation bias to make people think they’re genuine stories.

      You really have to keep that bullshit detector set on high these days.

      • Bunk X says:

        My bullshit detector has three settings: 0, The Onion and LGF.

      • Bunk X says:

        Okay, zero doesn’t count. The Onion, LGF and Gus_802.

      • Octopus says:

        Wait…Bat Boy isn’t real?

      • Arachne says:

        There were two others that were brilliant, too. Arizona Conservative (he reposted on Free Republic a lot and his stuff was so good that you had about 50 outraged comments before someone pointed out that “it’s satire, dude – dial it back!”

        The other was Scrappleface.

    • Octopus says:

      I hate these dishonest hoax sites. They’re a plague on the Internet.

      You’re soaking in your own such ooze, Porky Icarus. You’s a muckraker. 🙂

  14. dwells38 says:

    Wow. Chunk was such a racist. And what does he mean by “Categorize mean at your own risk”? Is that a threat? A death threat???

    None of this is news to me. I’ve been following the terrorism plague for years, and dreading the day when it would finally be brought to the US on a large scale. This is why I get very insulted at comments such as “typical American” (to quote more than one jerk). Categorize me like this at your own risk.
    Quote:Oh, and remember now kids… the taliban regime arent islamic… they only use it for power, which is of course not a good thing in any religion.
    This is just nonsense. I’m starting to wonder if you know what you’re talking about, or if you’re just writing off the top of your head. The Taliban regime is most definitely following an insanely strict fundamentalist Sunni Islamic path. To say they “aren’t Islamic” is silly. They are Islamic — 14th century Islamic.

  15. Octopus says:

    “The most-transparent administration ever!”

  16. Pakimon says:

    But how many of them are stalkers? 😆

    • Arachne says:

      Wow. 9,000. 71,000 more and you’ll have as many as a dead man who hasn’t posted in two years.

  17. Pakimon says:

    It’s time for another round of “How Many Tweets Does It Take To Get To The Center of a Nontroversy?”


    The Chunkster Triples Down On Stupid.

    Let’s take a look, shall we?


  18. Pakimon says:


  19. Pakimon says:


  20. Pakimon says:

    Rut Roh!

    It seems uber internet sleuth Gus_802 “jumped the gun” (again) as noted by lefty scribbler Dylan Byers of The Politico.

    • Arachne says:

      Yes they did. Now I can’t wait for allllll the back-pedaling they’ll do. Because remember how understanding they were when it happened to Andy Breitbart and the snippet of tape he received on Shirley Sherrod.

      • Octopus says:

        I predict Chunky will make no such apology. Further, I predict he will double-down on the stupidity of Dana’s bullshit story. I’m willing to bet the house on this.

      • Octopus says:

        Note: We get to keep the house.
        Promoted to LGF front page: Dana Milbank Responds to Dylan Byers: Politico’s Reporting Disaster lgf.bz/1qe00sw
        1 hour ago
        RT @stevesilberman: Shorter @DylanByers on @Heritage: If you say “Great question” before stereotyping millions of people, you’re cool. http…
        1 hour ago
        .@Rschooley I’ve been documenting that stuff at LGF for years – the hate speech at right wing sites is totally out of control.
        1 hour ago
        Right wingers are using the “Milbank exaggerated” line to argue there was _nothing wrong_ with that sickening panel.
        1 hour ago
        If you decide you need to inform me what I “secretly” believe, hello block button.
        2 hours ago
        The issue of whether Dana Milbank exaggerated the tone of the Heritage panel pales in comparison to the ugly fact of the panel itself.
        2 hours ago
        If I have to choose sides between Dana Milbank and an absolutely disgusting display of bigotry and hate speech, I’m on Milbank’s side.
        2 hours ago
        Dana Milbank Responds: Politico’s Reporting Disaster lgf.bz/1qe00sw
        2 hours ago
        Birther and raving anti-Muslim bigot Frank Gaffney attacks Dana Milbank at Breitbart “News” bit.ly/STIttz
        2 hours ago

  21. Pakimon says:

    It gets worse!

    Maybe Gus should’ve..well…actually watched the video instead of indulging in Sterno and gin cocktails. 😆


  22. Pakimon says:

    The amazing part is that Kim Chunk-Cheeto was already aware that the ‘Heritage Panel is Racist” meme was quickly unraveling when he tripled down on Gus’ imbecilic screed.

    He opted to go into “flailing arms wildly like a fat kid being attacked by a swarm of angry bees” mode.

    • dwells38 says:

      Then point out the hate speech Chunk you miserable fucking lying POS. Milbank’s FOS and so are you. And you said the panelists mocked the Muslim in 3 Tweets, now you’re saying the mood mocked the Muslim? Are you even slightly able to find your giant ass with both hands?

    • Because says:

      Nothing there that didn’t go on all the time at the old LGF.

  23. Pakimon says:

    Still flailing his flabby, chubby arms… 😆

  24. Pakimon says:

    His little arms are like windmills with all that flailing. 😆

    • ISpeakJive says:

      Yeah, I did it in 17 posts a day every day for 8 years, but it’s not reasonable…..NOW!

  25. Octopus says:

    It’s so touching, to see a young Muslim woman getting a fine education at a nice liberal American college! And then, to have her applauded on Facebook, for standing up to the mean racist conservatives. https://www.facebook.com/superpower.queensaba

    If she was living in a Muslim country, she’d be unable to attend a university, speak her mind, and avoid being stoned for dissenting. I’m positive she understands this incredible good fortune she’s enjoying. You go, girl!

    • Pakimon says:


      Octo crushed my attempt to make the comment sidebar “All Pakimon”.

      Oh well. Guess I should get my ass to work instead.

      And there’s always tomorrow…. 😀

  26. Pakimon says:

    The Chunkster is ramping up from regular flailing to hysterical flailing! Those right-wing bees must be really swarming his fat ass. Even the MSM is being stung according to the Ponytailed Chunkinator! 😆

  27. Pakimon says:

    Gus then decided to show his loyalty and fealty to the rotund ponytailed hipster in classic sycophantic fashion and Chunky wants everyone to know it!

    Maybe he’s hoping some of the angry bees will go after the drunken unemployed garage dweller instead of him. After all, he’s got a “bum leg” so he should be easy pickin’s.

    When you’ve got uber internet sleuth Gus_802 on your side, how can you go wrong? 😆

    • Octopus says:


      …especially by the “fake but accurate” standards that rule the Left.

  28. Octopus says:

    I guarantee you he’s pumping his paltry numbers through the various means available for such chicanery, just as he tricks the page-views on LGF, so hilariously unmasked by Chen Zhen on this very mocker-site. To point to 9000 followers as some kind of victory is still very sad, but he can’t afford to buy followers in larger amounts. 😦

    For comparison’s sake, here are some numbers posted by the real players: http://twittercounter.com/pages/100

    Mark Steyn has 72.1K. Pam Geller has 14.2K. Neither one of them make much of an effort on Twitter, while Fatass McDumbth tweets glurge all day long, every day.

    Jim Hoft has 29.1K. And Glenn Greenwald, who has apparently slipped from Chunky’s obsessive attention in the past week, has 366K. Penis penis penis LOL! 😆

    • Arachne says:

      And like I said. Andrew Breitbart has 82.1K. And his last tweet was February 29, 2012.
      I would also point out that you can buy followers. And considering that he has name recognition and a blog to link to, that follower count is pretty pathetic.

      Oh and Iowahawk, Fatass? The guy you threw off LGF and who had, you know, a rather insignificant blog at the time? 82.2K followers and 3/5ths the number of tweets you’ve thrown out.

      Meanwhile, little ol’ me? 648 give or take. And I’m grateful for every one.

    • Because says:

      Welcome to the Donkey Show, all.

      • Octopus says:

        Welcome to the Donkey Show, all.

        Here’s your complimentary shot of mescal, and your raincoat. Enjoy the show!

    • kbdabear says:

      Have to correct you there. Pammy has 43.5K followers. Only 34.5K till Chunky catches up.

      Followers don’t mean jack without retweet rates. I have less than 10 percent of this dipshit’s following but I get the same number of retweets. Then again most of my follower retweets are big boobed girls posing with cars or guns with a funny comment

  29. Juan Epstein says:


  30. Octopus says:

    Soros Central is quadrupling-down on Benghazi, today. Expect a full-tilt boogaloo from McDumbth.

    They are truly worried about this nontroversy getting the attention it deserves, at long last. They’re freaking right the fuck out. 😆

    • Juan Epstein says:


    • Juan Epstein says:

      RE: your soccer question.

      Will be a miracle if we advance.

      I’ve always thought it was inevitable that the US would eventually become a powerhouse due to shear numbers.

      Hasn’t been happening though.

      But it’s definately more popular now in US than I remember. I see kids wearing Euro soccer teams jerseys a lot.

      • Octopus says:

        Thanks, Juan. Bring on the Portugeese!

        I’ve been hearing for decades that soccer would be huge in the USA, as soon as the kids who grew up playing the game (from the ’80’s on, it’s been practically mandatory for kids) became adults and started following the sport religiously. Well, that sure hasn’t happened. It’s still a niche-sport here, for whatever reason. Too refined for us violence-soaked lunatic Yankees, I guess.

      • Because says:

      • Arachne says:

        Demorats were tweeting yesterday about 11 members of the team being “immigrants” and where would our team be without them. Of course, they based this solely on their surnames (racist creeps). Turns out that five were born in the United States and the others were born overseas to at least ONE American parent.

      • Octopus says:


        It’s funny, ‘cuz it’s true. The Global Butthurt which would ensue if the USA ever won the World Cup is worth us putting together a massively-funded soccer program, in order to find and develop the best team possible. I’m starting a foundation immediately. 😆

      • Because says:

        “the others were born overseas to at least ONE American parent.”

        That’s good enough to be POTUS, innit?

      • Pakimon says:

        I blame soccer moms.

  31. OLT's EXACTLY says:

    June 17, 2014 at 8:30 pm
    Sherman would have his ass frying in a cast iron skillet for breakfast.

    • Octopus says:

      Sherman would call him, “Little Woman,” and force him to make breakfast. Nude. The bacon would spit hot grease on his puny manhood. He would cry. Sherman would cruelly mock his tears, and slap him on the ass, ‘cuz that’s how Sherman rolls.

  32. Juan Epstein says:


  33. dwells38 says:

    James Rosen of Fox News tries to talk to an Obungle State Department robot. Comedy ensues.
    She knows the actual answer (they weren’t trying) isn’t right. So she just picks some other questions that weren’t asked and answers them instead.


  34. Octopus says:

    Here’s an instant classic: http://tinyurl.com/mz3nouq

    Even the frozen ones, Chunky. 😦

  35. Bunk X says:

    Brigette Gabriel is an outspoken critic of radical islam and sharia, and given her background, has every right to be. The girl in the video politely offered an off-topic comment that there weren’t no muslims on the discussion panel. Never mind that there were no asians or blacks either.

    Had Andrew Breitbart been there, his response to the girl would have been a single word.

    • Octopus says:

      The nice young Muslim woman simply must attend the next ISIS discussion panel, scheduled for Baghdad in mid-July. Instead of white talking heads, a lot of “pale stale males” as the hipnoscenti call them, there will be real heads on the floor, and they won’t be doing a lot of talking. Just staring.

    • poteen2 says:

      Isn’t the nice young woman a nice young Muslim woman?
      It wasn’t a seminar with 5000 people.
      It was a panel of what? 4 or 5 ?
      Muslims were well represented by a moderate voice.
      Give them a comfortable majority of 10 to 1 and they’ll win the debate………………………………………………And leave with a bag of heads

  36. Octopus says:

    Did Obama finally break 100 on the golf course, without the Secret Service secretly kicking his errant shots out of the rough and back on the fairway?

  37. Octopus says:

    Bringin’ teh funny! So humor. Very laugh. :/

    • Because says:


    • dwells38 says:

      The Washington Thin Skins

    • dwells38 says:

      The Washington Scalpers and White Woman Rapists!!

      Oh wait. I guess that could be problematic too.

      • Octopus says:

        The Washington Slavers, after the many Indians who owned slaves in this country? Would that offend anyone?


        By 1860, the Cherokees had 4,600 slaves; the Choctaws, 2,344; the Creeks, 1,532; the Chickasaws, 975; and the Seminoles, 500. Some Indian slave owners were as harsh and cruel as any white slave master. Indians were often hired to catch runaway slaves; in fact, slave-catching was a lucrative way of life for some Indians, especially the Chickasaws.

        Black slavery in America usually evokes images of the antebellum South, but few realize that members of the Five Civilized Tribes–the Cherokees, Choctaws, Chickasaws, Creeks, and Seminoles–in Indian Territory, today’s Oklahoma, also had slaves. Like their counterparts in the South, Indian slaveholders feared slave revolts. Those fears came true in 1842 when slaves in the Cherokee Nation made a daring dash for freedom.

        The Washington Civilized Tribes! 🙂

      • Because says:

        Know who else owned slaves? The environmentalist’s prophet, Chief Seattle.

    • dwells38 says:

      The Washington Dignified Indigenous Ethnic Peoples!!!

    • Bunk X says:

      Some snarky bastard said to keep the name but change the mascot to a potato.

  38. Liz_Ardoid says:

  39. dwells38 says:

    Talk about abject hatred and outrage over nothing. Chunky calls this guy an asshole when he was just speaking off the cuff about the sensibleness of trying to appeal to minority voters. He said the traditional population has stagnated which seems intuitive. However WaPo points out that actually whites (presumably the traditional pop) are a growing group as well.


    Funny how the WaPo writer also tries to dissect his use of the word traditional after Tillis comm director explained it means having been there a few generations. So then he starts tearing that apart – well if that’s true then he’s still wrong……etc, etc… Libs won’t let it go. Obviously they’re trying to extract some kind of racial smear out of it but they’re like my dog gnawing at a turtle she found in the yard.

    But Benghazi? C’mon, forget it. Bump in the road. What’s wrong with you people?

    ASSHOLE OF THE DAY: Thom Tillis: North Carolina’s ‘Traditional’ Population Is Growing, Too. lgf.bz/1nf93pn

  40. dwells38 says:

    Chuck Todd. Rrrrrrracist!

    The survey would appear to be so bad, in fact, that NBC News’ Chuck Todd said Tuesday that the poll basically means the public has declared the Obama presidency to be over.

    “This poll is a disaster for the president,” Todd said. “You look at the presidency here: Lowest job rating, tied for the lowest; lowest on foreign policy. His administration is seen as less competent than the Bush administration, post-Katrina.”

    “On the issue of do you believe he can still lead? A majority believe no. Essentially the public is saying your presidency is over,” Todd added.

    Chunk you must fire off a blistering missive demanding Todd be fired and replaced by the real journalist and towering intellect, Rick Maddow. Rick would never cite data from that right wing racist rag Wall Street Journal!

    • Octopus says:

      But Isn’t Todd affiliated with the same network that has given Obama free positive advertising on every one of their shows, for the past 6 years? And MSNBC, which is basically Obama’s PR organization. What kind of incomprehensible racist treachery is afoot? 😯

  41. Octopus says:

    Oh NOOOEEESSS!!! The poor, starving artists…how will they survive, if they have to agree to Youtube’s punishing contractual terms?!

    Well, there’s always prostitution. And Soros. But I repeat myself…

    • Arachne says:

      What’s he worried about? He should be grateful his Night of the Orange Overalls will be flushed down the memory hole.

  42. rightymouse says:

    You tell ’em Fatso. LOL!

  43. Pakimon says:

    Guess what, people!

    Chunky wasn’t actually a “racist islamophobic wingnut” from 2003 to 2008.

    He was slyly documenting all the REAL “racist islamophobic wingnuts” while pretending to be one of them all those years!

    Kind of like those evil republicans who pretended to be democrats all those years as part of The Southern Strategy™

    I can’t even… 😆 😆

    • Arachne says:

      Dear Schooley – if Republicans had won big in 2008, the Fat Fart would still be pretending to be conservative. He goes where the $$$ go.

    • Arachne says:

      And before, it was more profitable to document the hate speech on the LEFT so that’s what I did. Then George Soros wrote me a check, I had an epiphany, I’ve run out of money and he won’t return my calls.

    • Bunk X says:

      Totally. Like wow and stuff.

  44. Speranza says:

    2009, little did we know that that would be the year that the lizard turned. By the Spring, LGF would be completely unrecognizable.

  45. Pakimon says:

    Looks like Admiral Chunkblower has decided to go down with the ship.

  46. Pakimon says:

    Damn the “organic land mines” grunted out by an unemployed garage dweller, full speed ahead!” shouts Admiral Chunkblower with jazzy ponytail flapping in the stiff sea breeze! 😆

    • Arachne says:

      God, he’s three for three now on being on the wrong side of the argument, isn’t he? There was Weiner’s weiner, this and one other, I believe. (I can’t remember – gee, you’d think a psychotic stalker like me would have this information documented in triplicate).

      BTW, just for the record, Fartplug, it’s a good thing Glenn Greenwald doesn’t even care enough to find you annoying – otherwise, using your block and report stalker logic, his 300,000+ followers could kick your supreme sillness to the Twitter Gulag curb and you’d never see the light of 140 characters again.

      • Pakimon says:

        I think the other one was the laptop that was actually a menu board debacle.

        You have to hand it to the Chunkinator, he’s determined to be on wrong side of everything to maintain what he imagines to be his “left-wing street cred”.

        The hilarious part is the only “cred” he has is with dysfunctional social outcasts and a handful of bitter old hippies. 😆

      • Because Hey Glenn! Look at me! says:

        Chunky trying to get Greenwald’s attention:

  47. Pakimon says:

    Gus the Uber Internet Sleuth must be giddy with having not one but two of his imbecilic screeds “promoted to the front page” in two days by His Royal Chunkiness.

    Will Chunky promote him to Race Detective™ ?

    I’m sure the suspense is killing him but there’s always Sterno and rotgut gin cocktails to sooth those jangled nerves.

    Now if only the Virgin Mobile connection stays up… 😆

  48. Octopus says:

    Wow, this is a day of reckoning for McDumbth, despite his Waddling Orders of Boogaloo Bluster, which he’s faithfully plumped down. Milbank gets publicly shamed by his own side, Chuck Todd turns on the Unicorn Messiah, and get this one: Glenn Beck takes a break from boiling rubber froggies to declare, “Hey, Liberals, you were right about Iraq. We never should have gone in and tried to nation-build a nation that is voting for sharia, that has no heart for the sacrifices required for democracy.”

    Will Fatass tweet his appreciation for Beck’s mea culpa three times, with an ICYMI later? Stay tuned…same moonbat-time, same moonbat-channel.

  49. Pakimon says:

    The democrats weren’t duped. They were under mind control!

    It’s common knowledge that the Bush/Cheney team had top men to implement the mind control!


  50. dwells38 says:

    Sound familiar??? 😆

    Whenever libturds lie they say they were misled or they mispoke. Or he could have said like Chunk does “I was an ass then”.


  51. Pakimon says:

    Twitter has always allowed crappy low quality ponytailed “bloggers”. Much mocking.

    • Arachne says:

      So get off Twitter whiney-boy and start a social network of your own. You should be grateful the let an ignorant stalking shitbag like you have an account.

      • Because says:

        Indeed. Go start your own Twitter. You can call it “shitter”.

      • Arachne says:

        Yes! And I’m sure Gus and Vicious Babushka and a few other of those winter temperature IQ followers of his will sign right up!

      • Because penis penis penis lol says:

        How about “Little Green Twitballs”? He can have Twits and Twats. You start out as a Twit, and when you get 100 karmas, you get promoted to Twat. And when you get 1000 karmas, you get promoted to Pannus. 10,000 karmas gets you Triple Pannus Lol. Gus is already a Triple Pannus Lol. 50,000 karmas makes you a Donkey Showman. But there’s only on Grand Imperial Penis. He just can’t find it under the Pannus.

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    • Juan Epstein says:

      Much excite?

      60 yr old Imgurian.

    • kbdabear says:

      Twitter turned down your sales pitch for Mouse-Ka-Mania again, Fat Man?