Obdicut claims to have PTSD

I never knew Obdicut served in combat.


Getting stabbed in the butt does give a person PTSD. This clown is a liar and insulting people who really have this condition.


119 Comments on “Obdicut claims to have PTSD”

  1. Pakimon says:

    Obdicut served in a “penguin recon platoon” where mandatory attire included top hat and spats.

    After the attempted infiltration of the strip club went horribly wrong, I can see where he could claim PTSD, 😆

    • Arachne says:

      I don’t think having to read the drivel of LGF or the tweets d’Johnson qualify you for PTSD, Obdigut. However, if the world was fair it SHOULD qualify you for an all-expenses paid three-month stay at your local looney bin – cuz you ARE.

      • Octopus says:

        Nothing about his sudden self-diagnosis with PTSD rings true. Except for the part where he admits to being home all day, while responsible citizens are out working and contributing to society. That sounds about right, for Mr. Peanut.

  2. Pakimon says:

    The Ban stick must be implemented across the interweb! The tender sensibilities of the Jazzy Ponytail must remain unsullied by the likes of trolls and stalkers! 😆

    • Arachne says:

      Evil Blogger Lady described LGF perfectly once as the “blog version of the Westboro Baptist Church.”

      • Because says:

        Well, they picketed Breitbart’s funeral.

      • Arachne says:

        And we all know that Blusterbutt is still obsessed with him and the empire he created. Wait’ll he finds out Sirius/XM radio has given them their own show on the Patriot channel.

  3. Pakimon says:

    The Chunkster has a fan! 😆

    • Arachne says:

      Oh dear – I’m cure Creepy McClueless will be telling Twitter they must suspect this evil stalker account shortly. When it comes to answering him on Twitter, he immediately reverts to five-year-old girl with a bug on her head:


    • Because says:

      Sounds like TFK to me. 😈

  4. stabby says:

    He made no mention of what the PTSD is from?

  5. Octopus says:


    This is a good piece. I never thought about it, but the idea that a humor-site like Cracked is staffed and read by a LOT of troubled people rings true. Comedians in general are well-known for being secretly miserable, sometimes not so secretly, in the Information Age. Williams had a long history of battling his demons, successfully for long periods, but not so well in recent years. Perhaps he tired of his clown-self, and didn’t have a viable backup he could live with. Who the hell knows?

    Life can be very hard. I try not to take it that seriously, as life is short and filled with surprises, good and bad. Islamist nutjobs are plotting to kill us and take over the Earth, but then they blow themselves up, along with their whole class…that’s comedy gold!

    • Arachne says:

      Apparently, white people upset the Obama voter base yesterday for caring more about the passing of Robin Williams than they did about the events in Ferguson, Missouri. I checked in over at Twitchy.


      • Octopus says:

        Damn those white devils! Why aren’t they down with the Race Riot Meme, like Dear Fatass?

        I have a secret, guilty feeling I need to get off my chest about Williams. I thought he was overrated. From the start. I never thought he was among the great comics. Had some good movies, and acted decently in them. I found him off-putting in the last ten years, as a performer. So, there’s some honesty for ya.

  6. Octopus says:


    He used to brag constantly about being The One to end the war in Iraq. Now, he’s got a completely different story. I’m beginning to sense a bit of a disconnect, somewhere in the wires…

    • Arachne says:

      Talk Radio had a montage of “I/he ended the Iraq War” all during his re-election campaign. Now that the situation is imploding, it’s all “hey, I didn’t do that, it wasn’t my call.” Trouble is no one’s really buying it this time. Oh and get this – now it’s “faulty intell” – the same thing they castigating Bush for. But he’s even lost the MSM on this one.

  7. Because says:

    That snot how you spell ‘PMS’.

  8. Arachne says:

    Chuckie will have a sad – all the networks are covering O’Keefe’s crossing the border as bin Ladin. No one has contacted Chuckie for comment.

    • Because says:

      Wait till he posts, and then promotes to Front Page, his throbbing GIF of O’Keefe and the real Bin Laden. It’ll be PROOF!!!11 that that wasn’t the real OBL. Or something.

      • Arachne says:

        Except four years from now we’ll find out Breitbart had it first.
        Speaking of that….I don’t know if you all are aware of the conspiracy lawsuit that convicted bomber Brett Kimberlin (hmmm…wasn’t he affiliated with Chuckie’s one-time BFF?) filed in Maryland against a host of bloggers has been tossed out. Victory is sweet.

        I’m sure Mr. “I’m not a lawyer but I play one on the Blogosphere” C.F. Johnson will be giving us his superb analysis of exactly what went down.

  9. Because you're beginning to sound like a troofer, Chunk says:

    • Arachne says:

      Maybe because they have their hands full with the rioting asshole?
      I mean, is the guy going anywhere – they can’t interview him tomorrow or the next day? Wow, I had no idea that the police have to follow your schedule. Chris Hayes? Really? You’re using Chris HAYES?


      There was an exchange of words, witness Piaget Crenshaw told the station, and the officer left his vehicle and fired a shot. Both teens ran, Crenshaw said.

      Johnson told KTVI he hid behind a car, but Brown stopped after a second shot was fired. Brown held up his hands to show he wasn’t armed, Johnson and Crenshaw said, and the officer shot him twice.

      The officer “shot again, and once my friend felt that shot, he turned around and put his hands in the air,” Johnson told KMOV. “He started to get down and the officer still approached with his weapon drawn and fired several more shots.”

      So he just chased these guys up the street, firing at them. Can I just say I’m a little skeptical of this

      • Octopus says:

        I’m a lot skeptical of this report, but if it’s true, then the officer should be charged with murder. I wish there was a video. The cop car should have some kind of video, right?

      • Because this is ridiculous says:

        Not everywhere. Apparently not here.

        If I were dictator, not only would every squad car in the universe have a dashcam, but every badge would have a camera recorder built into it. For a whole bunch of reasons.

        And no, ‘the hard disk crashed’ won’t save your job or your butt.

      • Because according to Chunk says:

        Note, BTW, that it’s been the Libertarians who have been at the forefront of drawing attention to the increasing militarization of police departments. So now Chunky is concerned? What was that about Libertarianism Chunk? Are you for all these battlefield weapons in the hands of local Barney Fifes, Chunk? Chunk? Huh?

        Cat got your tongue, Chunky?

      • Arachne says:

        Considering that so many places have video cams, including ATMS, traffic lights and businesses, hopefully there WILL be some video somewhere. I just find it difficult to believe (and I’ll be the first one to admit that I may have a jaundiced eye) that a police officer just started shooting people at point blank range with their hands up. If it DID happen, the son of a bitch absolutely should be tried for MURDER. This isn’t Johan Mesherle and a mistaken gun/for/a/taser at a BART station after a melee on a BART car. This is just stopping two guys for walking in the street.

        BTW Fatass, it’s called a SWAT team and most police departments have them – the armored stuff – they get a lot of it from a federal subsidy via Homeland Security. However, I am surprised they do not have either dash cams or sound activated radio recorders on their shoulders.

      • Octopus says:

        Libertarianism poisons everything. Even Chunky.

      • Because says:

        I think you just answered his question. The SWAT stuff is handed out free by the feds, Iraq/Afghanistan surplus. They have to pay for dash cams with real money.

        Once again, the feds get it backassward. They can’t make local PDs install dash cams, but they sure can hand them out for free. Instead, we get military toys in the hands of every Barney Fife out there.

  10. Because 10-4, Cap'n. Watch out for the smokies. Over and out. says:

  11. Because olo olololo ololololololo hahahaha hohohoho lolol lolololol says:

    • Arachne says:

      Maybe you should check out the timelines of some conservative women and see the abuse they take and deal with it. Oh, and she’s one of those “buy me my birth control” dipshits who continually sees herself as a victim. Maybe she should see the words her black brethren were using on @politibunny’s timeline yesterday.

      Stay angry. I don’t effing CARE.

    • doppel milyo says:

      angry — yes

      but she’s no lady

  12. Zeus Crankypants says:


    Stop looking in a mirror. No PTSD. Problem solved.


  13. Arachne says:

    Yesterday Robin.
    Today, Lauren Bacall.

  14. Arachne says:

    Charles! I’ve found a kindred spirit for you! Judging from the accents, though, you may need to relocate!


  15. doppel milyo says:

    my diagnosis

    obdicut is just a pussy

  16. Octopus says:

    Yeah, you need to go easy on the Derp. Not as reliable as the Sterno.

  17. swamprat says:

    Keep puttin’ one foot in front of the other, Obdicut. Faith helps. Maybe not the sort of faith that other people tell you constitutes belief in a high power, but that inward knowledge that leads you onward. My mother was an atheist, but she held that Christ’s unspoken commandment was this directive;


    One of the most powerful actions you can take is too forgive others. Once you forgive the assholes in your life that most deserved to be kicked in the face, why forgiving yourself is a bunch easier. It is real work though. It feels as though you are weakening yourself, but the end result is inward strength. I was led to this in a bible class, but Krishna, Buddha, the Hindi; they all know.

    Good luck, guy.

    • Octopus says:

      Well said, Swamprat. So true.

      My Dad taught me that one, when I was bitching about some rotten dealings on my wife’s side of the family, where her Dad’s brothers were ripping him off. He said something like, “It’s only money, and it’s not your money. Just let it go, and tend to your own business.”

      Saved me (and the wife) a lot of grief, internalizing that concept. Would I like to have that couple of mil those bastards screwed her father out of? Sure, but that was never in my power. One of my wife’s brothers has ruined himself with bitterness and anger about that, while the other has tended to his own very prosperous career, and things he can control.

      Serenity prayer, Mr. Peanut. 😉

  18. Octopus says:

    😯 😯 😯 😯 😯 😯 😯 😯 😯 😯 😯 😯

    • Octopus says:

      Assault rifles, mind you. The horror. The…horror! 😆

      • swamprat says:

        Kinda reminds me of those armed BLM agents pointing rifles at an unarmed crowd. Oh wait. That was different ’cause Bundy was a racist who thought government welfare harmed black Americans to a greater degree than slavery.

    • doppel milyo says:

      he loved it when the guns were pointed at cliven bundy

    • Daedalus says:

      That is a chilling picture. That looks like a scene from the Soviet Union or Nazi Germany. The militarization of the police is not a good trend. I’m Libertarian and have a different take on this than most around here.

      • Octopus says:

        I don’t see what’s so scary. The cops are in full riot gear, including gas-masks, in anticipation of the possible need to disperse some rioters with tear-gas. We don’t know what the guy they’re advancing on was doing, just then. Maybe nothing, maybe something very provocative. The campus cops wear the same gear when they’re breaking up a postgame party in East Lansing, after a big win (or bitter loss).

        I want to see an investigation of what went down in Ferguson the other day, and I know we will. I’m not against the people protesting, either, though the violent ones and looters will need to be kept in check. Let’s see what we find out, when the facts are known.

    • Arachne says:

      Nifty photo Chuck. Know what it doesn’t show? What he was doing right before that.
      By the way, what classifies what he’s carrying as an “assault” rifle, you being such an expert on firearms and everything. Possibly a gun that shoots either rubber bullets or beanbags? YOU DON’T KNOW, DO YOU?

      • Octopus says:

        Looks exactly like the teargas shooter used by Dog The Bounty Hunter’s son in every episode. Which fits with the gas-masks.

  19. OLT's Miracle Cures, FREE says:


    Treatment: Pull the fork out of our cheek and shove it up your ass.

  20. With front-page domination, CJ has now gone all-in on this Ferguson thing. He’s invested now, teary eyes and all. And if his history’s any indication, he’s positioned himself over the dunk-tank yet again.

    Meanwhile, Gus is honored because of the “gus” in “Ferguson”.

    • swamprat says:

      I have wondered if the large gentle giant knew of the local police departments’ tendency towards unwarranted violence and went to lay down a marker, live or die. They are surely acting as if they have something to hide. But the playbooks of the professional instigators are now as well known as that of the oppressors. A few tell tail signs and the play is known. The only ones fooled are the inexperienced and the gullible.

      These are used by both sides. If you see these, some form of manipulation is occurring.

      Withdrawing to encourage looting.
      Eliminating believable witnesses like the press(now obsolete due to modern media)
      Unrealistic demands so as to be seen as being oppressed.
      Concealing identities.
      Deliberate baiting and harassment.
      Herding crowds into areas with large glass windows conveniently within camera range.
      Planted stooges, thugs and agitators.
      Press releases that don’t mesh with facts and observations.
      Celebrity endorsement.
      Appeal to emotion.
      Comparison to historical events( especially if those comparisons don’t really work)
      Omitted facts, identities, information or specifics.
      Cherry picked information of any stripe.

      These are seen in every arena. If you see them, you are being played. If you see them you are ahead of those who never take their eyes off the magicians’ hands and his pretty assistant.

      • Octopus says:

        I would just add, “You hear the “Macarena” song, especially the “Bayside Boys Remix.” Dead giveaway, there’s skulduggery afoot.

      • swamprat says:

        should be a nation wide pardon for any crime committed within earshot of “macarena”.

      • Octopus says:

        Unless the crime committed is, “Failure To Get Down.”
        For this, there is no pardon.

  21. JimboXL says:

    I can’t take these civil riots leaders and civil rioters seriously. There was zero outcry when the guards in DC killed the black women in her car when she was stopped and had a baby in the backseat. She was the woman claiming Obama fathered her child so she wasn’t exactly stable but so far as I know she was boxed in and stopped then they unloaded on her. Never heard a peep from libs or civil rioters.

    • Bunk X says:


      • Octopus says:

        Unless I worked on a farm, and needed a good strong peasant woman to help with the heavy lifting. Throwing bales of hay around, churning butter, pulling the tractor out of the mud, etc. Then she’d be perfect.

  22. Because Chucky waxes profound or something says:

    • Octopus says:

      Despite Dear Fatass’s best efforts to whip up outrage and angry backlash, the puny size of his audience means there is once again no Helter Skelter.

      Keep trying, Chunky. Maybe you can get a few more brothers killed, and a cop or two. No justice, no piss.

    • ISpeakJive says:

      You mean those horrible, scary assault weapons don’t just go off all by themselves, shooting up the crowd? I thought they did!

    • Because I designed a system to smear good people unfairly in favor of Progturds? says:

      This is excellent news. I read quite a bit of the Kimberlin/Worthing story and it’s clear this low life is vicious and hateful. He murdered an innocent man and as I recall there was a strange death around I believe a little girl where he weirdly ended up as her custodian but those around him felt he was likely sexually using her. While in prison for maiming (and ultimately responsible for the lingering death of) an innocent cop due to his terror bombing he used his prison time to learn how to pervert the legal system as a means of harrassment and abuse. Now free and hiding behind a libturd tax sheltered sham he files frivolous suits against anyone who refers to his previous crimes accomplishing the disruption of their lives and of course if they’re anonymous bloggers, hurray!!… their outing! And everyone who tangles with either he or his ratfaced partner Rauhauser seem to all have mysteriously been the target of “swattings”. That is where an individual’s home is the subject of a fraudulent shooting report to 911 causing law enforcement to show up with guns drawn and naturally endangering family members and pets.

      I recall a couple years back Chunky tag teaming with Rauhauser on Twitter briefly. I’m guessing Chunky did the minimal research to find out Kimberlin and Rauhauser are both vicious thugs and quickly dropped any association. Kimberlin thinks he’s clever using the legal system to hurt people but it doesn’t take very long for even those who think he’s a fellow Progturd to get that, at a minimum by associating with him they might be pulled into some long drawn out legal court battle, forced to testify and what not. He’s a toxic shit skidmark. Chunk of course, not much better for being too cowardly to denounce these criminals and their tactics.

  23. Octopus says:


    Try to imagine how the press would be handling a story like this, if it was Dubya in the WH. It boggles the mind, how the Unicorn Messiah gets away with such heinous dereliction of duty.

  24. Because srsly? says:

    Chucky Boo-Boo must think that this is Hawaii 5-0, and McGarrett talks to these guys for 5 minutes and then says “book ’em, Danno”. Real detective work doesn’t work that way, genius.

    Charles F’n Johnson, you’re a moron.

  25. swamprat says:

    Golly! Do you think the left understands why the right is alarmed that the government is giving the police tanks, armored personnel carriers and military weapons?
    This is how they are getting used, guys. You signed off on this.

    Weaponized police, park rangers, post office, IRS, Soil Conservation

    dog catchers
    Dept of Motor Veh
    election supervisors
    meter readers
    flood control
    mattress tag inspector
    everybody except YOU!

    Guns are bad. Nobody should have guns except the police.

    Black guys who believe this should see the movie “A Dry White Season”.
    Minds would change right quick.

  26. Bunk X says:

    I pity Obdicunt’s wife who has to put up with his self-righteous self-pitying idiocy. Can anyone imagine what she must go through on a daily basis?


  27. Because I designed a system to smear good people unfairly in favor of Progturds? says:

    That’s some lame shit from Obdiscrunt. No explanation of the trauma. Was it abuse? Then give a clue. You have terrors and self blame? Is it from some dumbassed shit you did to yourself? Or someone else while being a dumbshit drug moron or what not?

    We have real men who put themselves in danger, have to endure prolonged military action (ie being shot at),and see friends and comrades maimed and killed. And then don’t whine and complain on some pissfaced Progturd’s Commie website.

    So spill the beans and tell us WHAT is the trauma or we’ll just assume it was the time you sat down on the john and the toilet seat was unhinged and you slid off pinching your johnson. Ooh I hate when that happens. I still get nightmares.

    LGF is just a suck hole of stupid. Chunky is the top mediocre loser and everyone beneath is even more pathetic.

    • Octopus says:

      He would have mentioned this PTSD long ago, and the reason for it, if it was actually a real issue for him. This is a new plea for attention. Very sad, Mr. Peanut.

  28. Because yeah you're a bigot says:

    Funny shit…

    • OLT's So Admit It Already says:

      It’s not Fox News that has this problem. Weird how it’s always “Fox News” for the idiots that write this stuff.

      • Octopus says:

        The Left is completely obsessed with Fox News. 😆

        Just look at Media Matters frontpage on any given day. It’s mosly Fox News-related items, with a little Rush thrown in for balance and fairness. Too funny, the way the successful conservatives live rent-free in their heads.

  29. Pakimon says:

    Killgore Trout is leading you astray! Don’t listen to him! He doesn’t have a luxurious jazzy ponytail!

    I wonder if KT has invented some sort of “ban stick repellent” formulated from kale and snail phermones? 😆

    • Arachne says:

      Is Fatass saying it WASN’T issued by the FAA?

    • Because yeah you're a bigot says:

      Chunk: He’s a misleader!! Don’t go down that path. Hey wait. Why is he one of my most long-lived and prolific commenters? I haz a system against teh bad crazy sociopaths and trolls.

      • Arachne says:

        I checked the timeline and the story at the Daily Caller. The restriction was issued due to reports of shots being fired at the helicopters. If they lied about it, then they lied about it. But here’s the FAA restriction:

        Issue Date : August 12, 2014 at 1318 UTC
        Location : FERGUSON, Missouri near ST LOUIS VORTAC (STL)
        Beginning Date and Time : August 12, 2014 at 1315 UTC
        Ending Date and Time : August 18, 2014 at 2000 UTC
        Type : Hazards
        Replaced NOTAM(s) : N/A
        Pilots May Contact : KANSAS CITY (ZKC) ARTCC, 913-254-8500

        Of course, twits like the conspiracy nuts see it as a sinister encroachment on “freedom of the press.”

        It’s like New Orleans after the storm. The press was so gleefully (yet falsely) reporting the mayhem and snipers on the roofs that they HINDERED the efforts of FEMA, who would not bring personnel to the area if it was unsafe to do so.

    • Octopus says:

      How funny, Chunky desperately trying to keep Gus in line, away from KT’s nefarious influence. 😆

  30. Pakimon says:

    You know what anonymous accounts are, right? They’re like accounts but they’re ANONYMOUS.

    Glad to see Gus is raising the bar and getting some purpose to his life. 😆

  31. Because olo olololo ololololololo hahahaha hohohoho lolol lolololol says:

  32. Because says:

    Meanwhile in the Land of Fruits and Nuts, the Donkey Show wants to make sure that when a cop shoots a citizen, he dies.


    • Arachne says:

      “This bill will keep military body armor out of the wrong hands,” Honda said. “It would ensure that only law enforcement, firefighters and other first responders would be able to access enhanced body armor.”

      Right, Honda – like those gun registration and magazine/automatic weapons laws have kept illegal GUNS out of the hands of criminals?

  33. Arachne says:

    When people get upset about the “militarization” of police departments, I’d like to remind them of the horrendous North Hollywood shootout – 44 minutes of two bank robbers who had body armour and superior weaponry to that of the LAPD. The officers had to literally commandeer the inventory of a gun store just to be on equal footing.

    And even then, the family of one of these monsters still wanted to sue the LAPD for “excessive force and failure to get emergency services” to one perpetrator who died at the scene.

    The rule is prepare for the worst and hope for the best.

    • Octopus says:

      100%, Arachne. We’re asking these men and women to go into combat situations, in many cases. They have wives and children. They should be as safe and protected as possible.

      At the same time, when they commit a definite crime, they should be punished along with the rest of the criminals. I have severe doubts about the gentle giant’s buddy’s story, but if it’s mostly true, there’s a real problem here.

      • Because says:

        That’s why the state police should have a well-trained paramilitary force. Not the local yokels. And they’re not for drug raids, serving protection orders, etc. They should only be used for real hostage situations and insurrection. And with a written order from a judge, or in an emergency, the county sheriff.

        Too many people have been killed due to a drug raid on the wrong house. Get rid of the military gear for the Bumpkiss, OR PD, and give them all dash cams. If they have a ‘situation’, call in the big boys with the training.

      • Arachne says:

        California so-called “state police” has been merged into the Highway Patrol. They are useful for absolutely nothing except giving me a ticket for speeding in Fresno. I completely agree that having a statewide para-military agency that can be rapidly deployed and well trained is the ideal situation – unfortunately, there are a lot of states that do not have such a system. (Of course, if something catches FIRE in California, we have a state agency that springs into action!). If I’m reading your criticism right (and please tell me if I’m not) – you are not so much in favor of smaller law enforcement venues being highly “militarized” vis-a-vis large metropolitan areas that would be more likely to have need of this. And there I would agree with you.

        And as for getting the house wrong, I’m pretty sure the FBI, DEA, ATF and others have as bad or worse track record than the locals. There’s no excuse for that. And I feel bad for the homeowners since last time I checked they have no legal recourse. Perhaps a court slapping them with damages – both economic and punitive – for screwing up and not reading their warrants correctly would jar some sense into them.

      • ISpeakJive says:

        Our police department just spent $600,000 on an armored vehicle that looks like a giant bullet-proof tractor with a big bucket on the front, like something from the Transformers. I guess they use it to knock down houses to get at criminals?
        That said, one street over from a house I was fixing up in an older neighborhood, there was an empty lot with just a foundation left. Turns out a drug dealer fled from a warrant and holed up in this house and they had a 12 hour stand-off. The police used teargas, battering rams and shot the place up so bad it had to be torn down and re-built!
        So maybe they think they need this armored tractor thingy. It kinda freaks me out, though.

  34. Because dumpster diving is hard work says:

  35. Because you better be more worried about the DPD says:

    • Because sniff, sniff. I'm so glad I'm superior. says:

      What a fricking idiot. The jackass knows nothing about law enforcement. Lays on his couch pontificating on Twitter like a dumbass.

      Hey Gus, the Ferguson PD may not be perfect and may have issues. But they certainly aren’t laying horizontal typing to the world (who isn’t reading except we mockers) that they need a nap. Get some perspective dumbass.

      • Octopus says:

        I could use a nap, too. Sadly, there’s a crapload of work on my desk that needs doing. Happily, I mean, because it means I have a job I can get paid for doing. Sadly, though, because my eyes are tired, my neck is stiff, and no nap.

        Saw some logs for me, Gus. 🙂