LGF has a Facebook page

Being on Twitter almost 24/7 is not enough for the the aging shut in Hipster, he now is expanding to Facebook.


Some of his minions are not fans of this move.


One LGFer as usual heaped praise on Charles.


Charles explains about his Facebook move and plays the saving the world noble cause card.


What Charles really means by his “saving the world” rant is that Twitter alone is not giving LGF enough exposure to get hits and generate revenues. It’s about the money for Charles, not saving the world as he claims.


95 Comments on “LGF has a Facebook page”

  1. Bunk X says:

    Cool. Another venue for Charles to post his ICYMI pap.

  2. rightymouse says:

    “Best produced material on Facebook”

    • trebob says:

      Notice that even WB-L isn’t going to read it though. 😀

      • Octopus says:

        “Best copy-and-pasted glurge on Facebook, but I won’t read it, because Facebook blows donkeys.”

        When your own sycophants are brushing off your latest desperate gambit for relephance, you’re in trouble. 😆

  3. Because olo says:

    It’s all about Ginger.

    Something’s not right about that guy.

  4. dwells38 says:

    Isn’t it kind of odd, someone expanding on Facebook who hasn’t shown his actual face in years and uses only a 15 year old picture of himself back when he was young and fit?


  5. Does Charles Johnson check under the bed every night for Jim Hoft and Chuck Johnson? The man seems absolutely obsessed.

  6. Because you can have Mo says:

  7. Because says:

    Shorter version: Support the Ginger jihad! Like me!

    Delear the crudase and be unite!

  8. Octopus says:

    BB’s lashing out from his prison cell, as he awaits his imminent fate. Just to illustrate the kind of blase reportage engaged in by the pop rag poopshow. I also love the way BB’s ego remains unchecked and undaunted.


    Another Story That Rolling Stone Failed To Fact Check Properly
    DEC 10, 2014 AT 8:49 AM

    After receiving a tip I’d sent to them through a colleague, the Washington Post yesterday ran an online piece regarding an article about my case that appeared last year in Rolling Stone. As the Post noted, the author began and ended that piece with a scene in which my lawyer meets with me at the Mansfield Law Enforcement Center, where I was being held at the time — a scene in which I hand him a handwritten copy of my latest article with instructions to send it to the Guardian, where I’ve been a contributor for several years. The Post correctly notes that the author was not actually present at the scene, but instead had my lawyer describe it to him afterward. The Post also quotes the author to the effect that the scene nonetheless happened as he described it, that the quotes he uses are all real, and that the manner in which all of this was executed in print was done with my understanding and permission. Unfortunately, this is entirely false.

    I did not hand my lawyer any articles at that meeting, or any other meeting; at the time, I always sent my handwritten work to my mother to be typed up and then e-mailed to my lawyers for approval before publication. Obviously, then, I did not say “Penned it out” to my lawyer while “triumphantly” handing him the article, since, again, there was no article to hand to him. And thus it is likewise impossible that, as claimed in the end of the Rolling Stone article, I pointed to my handwritten column and declared, “This is what’s important,” or whatever I am supposed to have said. Likewise, I was not wearing a jumpsuit to the meeting; as anyone may confirm with a quick phone call, inmates at the federal detention facility in Mansfield do not wear jumpsuits. And I’m assuming the author has me “shuffle” in to the room based on a description he read in an earlier article describing a hearing in which I walked in to the court room — wearing leg irons.

    These are minor details in the grand scheme of things, especially when put up against the crucial issues of press freedom and the accuracy of public information that form the background to my case, my work, and my life thus far. It’s a shame, then, that the editors of Rolling Stone were clearly more concerned with being able to work in these kinds of details, even if false, than they were about the accuracy of the article as a whole, which includes several fundamental errors of fact that could have easily been caught via better journalism or even basic fact-checking.

    For instance, it is claimed, falsely, that I was the one who discovered the Team Themis conspiracy against Wikileaks and various journalists and activist groups, which in fact was dug up more or less simultaneously by several parties in the press and the Anonymous collective. It also claimed, just as falsely, that I discovered the Trapwire capability, which I supposedly thought to be the most important revelation to be found among the millions of e-mails taken from the corrupt intelligence contracting firm Stratfor. Actually, Trapwire was discovered by Wikileaks, and the author entirely misrepresents my take on what Trapwire was and to what extent it should have been a source of concern.

    As I’m to be sentenced next Tuesday on charges related to these matters, I can’t go into further detail yet about everything the author of this piece and his editors got wrong despite having had nearly unlimited access to my lawyers and colleagues. Next week, though, a long piece by the journalist Jan Ludwig will be appearing in the German press that will address this matter further, in addition to revealing other rather extraordinary aspects of this case. I imagine that translations will be forthcoming immediately afterward.

    In the meantime, though, I hope this clears things up.

    • Because says:

      “It’s really all about me”.

      Where have I heard that tune before?

    • Bunk X says:

      I read some of BB’s earlier stuff about prison life and noted the description of his cell and prison rules. BB is in a “wet cell” which means he has a toilet and lavatory.

      Since then I’ve read another account about prison life, by a guy 18 years into a 43 year sentence for four charges of 1st Degree Assault. He’d be either dead from suicide, on death row or be in prison for life had his plan worked out and his victims not survived his vicious attack. Now he’s hawking a book and running a few websites since he’s got a lot of time on his hands.


      Most inmates have “dry cells” and use the communal facilities. Those that can provide information get the perks, and I thought of BB…

  9. Because chop choo says:

  10. Juan Epstein says:

    Way to get in on the ground floor Yoghazi, PHD, Econ,

    Who the fuck is on Facebook anymore, yo?

    Old people.

    And foreigners.

    Get on Instagram and post some selfies!!

  11. Because says:

    • trebob says:

      I’ve been working on this for a while…

      Yeah, 11 freakin’ years Charles. Facebook is over and if you have your page public, how will you keep the “eve-ill stalkerz” away? Or is the Rodan audio package going to become a permanent feature?

      • Bunk X says:

        Good thing it’s finally official and has “Its Own Address” for a change. I wonder what Charles’ FB Account was doing before this great announcement.

  12. trebob says:

    For all you fur-nurs (those not from or in Oklahoma) I have a little Christmas present for you in the form of a jewelry store jingle that most of us here have heard all our lives. Now the context of this is that Clark jewelers has a large advertising budget for this time of year and this jingle is blitzed on both radio and TV. As the first comment in youtube says, you can start singing this anywhere, anytime here and someone will finish it for you. I hope it sticks in your heads forever and haunts your darkest dreams:

    enjoy! 🙂

  13. livefreeor die says:

    Here’s my commercial contribution- one I loved!

  14. livefreeor die says:

    John Boehner wants his cromnibus to pass so he can go home for Christmas.

    Call your congress critters and tell them to vote for a continuing resolution instead!!

  15. trebob says:

    In consideration of Pakimon not being able to view the boobs video yesterday, I wanted to offer this update for him.

    • Pakimon says:

      Many thanks!

      I especially liked the fact that checking out boobs for as little as fifteen minutes a day leads men to have healthier and happier lives!

      So the next time the ladies here get miffed at my and Octo’s NFL Sunday morning cheerleader posting hijinks, remember that we do it not to be misogynistic neanderthals terrorizing the Heterocage™ , we do it for the health and well being of our fellow man.

      A noble and lofty undertaking if I do say so myself. :megreen:

  16. Octopus says:

    One-in-five women are raped in college, they keep saying. I knew that was utter bullshit, but now we have real stats to ponder: http://thefederalist.com/2014/12/11/new-doj-data-on-sexual-assaults-college-students-are-actually-less-likely-to-be-victimized/

    A new report on sexual assault released today by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) officially puts to bed the bogus statistic that one in five women on college campuses are victims of sexual assault. In fact, non-students are 25 percent more likely to be victims of sexual assault than students, according to the data. And the real number of assault victims is several orders of magnitude lower than one-in-five.

    The full study, which was published by the Bureau of Justice Statistics, a division within DOJ, found that rather than one in five female college students becoming victims of sexual assault, the actual rate is 6.1 per 1,000 students, or 0.61 percent (instead of 1-in-5, the real number is 0.03-in-5). For non-students, the rate of sexual assault is 7.6 per 1,000 people.

    Which is not to minimize the horribleness of rape, when it occurs, but there isn’t any “Culture Of Rape On Campus!!1!” as the Rolling Stone polemicist set out to prove. There are atrocious crimes of rape, and they happen in various areas of society. Less so on college campuses, than in society at large.

    • Because says:

      It all depends on whether you’re talking about ‘rape’ or ‘rape rape’. ‘Rape’ means seduced.

      But the devil eventually did catch up with Don Giovanni. Pickup artists get theirs in the end.

      Mozart really had women figured out. Cosi fan Tutti, and all that…

  17. Octopus says:

    Yes, I see the irony of my post appearing just below a rape-y boobtastic video. It’s a symptom of a sexist, patriarchal culture perpetrating a war on women, while ogling them constantly. I am outraged!

    • trebob says:

      But the video was made by a woman so it can’t be rapey and it wasn’t all that boobtastic, at least not like Ms. Upton’s videos. Boobtastic videos and pictures tend to make the Rightymouse roar and then hairy, swarthy males always seem to magically appear.

      I’d like to think of Emily’s video as being closer to science. 🙂

    • Pakimon says:

      To be honest, I’ve never heard of Chuck C. Johnson until Chunkles started sniveling and obsessing about him.

      I just cheer him on because it amuses me to watch the corpulent ponytailed nitwit go into hysterics every time the ginger Chuck commits some outrageous outrage.

      Watching the rotund jazzy ponytail get more and more peevish as ginger Chuck leaves him in the dust in the Twitter follower count is just gravy. 😆

      • Because says:

        It’s all entertainment. Just like Greenwald. I’ll root for anybody who gives Chunk a twitterwedgie.

      • rightymouse says:

        Speaking of leaving Fatso in the dust, Greenwald has 439,000 followers.

      • kbdabear says:

        Could someone put up a scoreboard? Fatass blocked me and I’ve never even tweeted nor replied to his belchings

      • kbdabear says:

        Hoft, Pammy, and RS McCain all leave Fatass so far behind he’s not even in radio range. Of course they are all well known in the blogosphere, it’s gotta be galling to him that in the space of a month that Ginger was behind him and blew past him like a Lamborghini passing a fat man on an electric scooter. Fatass must be wondering how the hell Ginger could do that in spite of his holy war against the Diabolical Ginger Wingnut. I don’t think Itchy’s brain can process the possibility that perhaps his jihad was a factor in Ginger’s follower boost

  18. JimboXL says:

    The question is, will Facebook start spamming you with ufo, bigfoot, and other assorted paranormal ads if you visit the new Facebook page. Those were the main subjects the hopefully failed Planet Green cable network covered beyond their usual green sermon tv shows.

  19. kbdabear says:

    Fatass and his Cabin Boy have blocked me from viewing their Twitter accounts.

    I didn’t think I was important enough for them to take the time…

    I cannot help but be touched!

    • kbdabear says:

      Funny thing is, I’ve NEVER tweeted to him nor replied to any tweets with him in them. I wonder if it’s the Fatass vs Ginger twitter count comments I’ve put up on this blog that neither Fatass says he never reads

      • kbdabear says:

        Might have been a few tweets about the Twitter count that someone tweeted and put my twitter handle in the tweet. Thin-skinned for someone who claims that he takes the heat and soldiers on against the forces of evil

      • trebob says:

        They always block people who are smarter than they are, even if it’s a preemptive block.

        Same reason that Charles got rid of all 16,000 of us.

  20. kbdabear says:

    Fatass says of setting up the Large Gluttonous Fatass page that “I’ve been working on this for a while”?

    It takes all of 5 minutes for even someone not all that computer or web savvy to set up a personal page, a business page, or a group page.

    I’ll grant that it would take a genius code monkey like Fatass a bit longer since he’s going over all the block features, spamming features, and finding out that his homemade javascripts don’t work on someone else’s platform

    • Minnow says:

      Bear, as you may have seen a couple days ago, Barry, the brain injured moron, has me blocked too. And so does his sock puppet Gus. Like you, I could care less about this idiot on Twitter.

      All I can say is “Hahahahahahahahahahahahahaha.”

      As for his new Facebook page, all I can do is laugh uncontrollably.

      I, too, laughed when I read that he has “been working on this for a while”. What? Twenty years?

      This is such an obvious effort on the part of Brain-Injured-Barry to generate some immeasurably small revenue stream as to be embarrassing.

      Can you imagine?

      But there he is…. shoulder to the wheel…. pushing his dumbass self.

      Have no worries. Nothing will come of it. He will, magically, come up with a few hundred friends and that will be the last we hear of it.


    • dwells38 says:

      Exactly. Sometimes notice he’ll say “Finally got around to cleaning up the code and implementing a new file protocol.”

      Right. Got around to that after I spent YOUR money on expensive “artisnal” cheese and fish. I don’t have a job. But I know dumbassed suckers who do. So….I get to stay home, sloppy and fat and wearing size XXXL sweatpants. It’s my biznuss plan.

  21. swamprat says:

    The difference between orange jumpsuit johnson and orange hair Johnson:

    ( Charles Johnson ‏@Green_Footballs)

    “An egomaniacal bully & malignant narcissist whose behavior borders on & sometimes crosses into outright stalking.” http://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2014/12/charles-johnson-a-digital-darth-vader-113522.html

    and the other one is a different person.

    • swamprat says:

      charles has moved on to remote controlled stalking!
      Proxy stalking is the new standard in advanced stalking protocol.
      Networking your stalks is all the rage in the leftwing stalking clique. It’s bigger than S.W.A.T.ing and less likely to bring a lawsuit. You can gang-libel a target simply by having your circle-jerk of friends write nasty things about each others enemies. This gives a false credibility by indirectly separating the target from the attacker.

      And it is lower than a snake’s belly.

  22. Octopus says:

    Another attempted-rape victim jumps out of Cosby’s closet, and it’s a famous one: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2870453/Supermodel-Beverly-Johnson-claims-Bill-Cosby-drugged-1980s.html

    The number of claimants stands at 24, now. This is the second time his wife Camille has been brought into the story as a possible witness, or as someone helping to cover up the messy aftermath of his dirty dealings. I’d like to see a full investigation done, but that seems unlikely.

    • Dudebro says:

      I think Beverly Johnson brings a lot more credibility to these accusations, because she’s already a well known celebrity and doesn’t have anything to gain in getting involved in this now. That’s assuming she’s not an attention whore like Janine Dickerson.

  23. just poop says:

    his FB page is a failure already

    lets spam it constantly

  24. Octopus says:

    “Put that hardtack down, sir! This is not a buffet line. These are precious relics. There’s some day-old food in the cafeteria, from yesterday’s brunch. Help yourself, poor homeless man.”

  25. Pakimon says:

    Another Christmas gift idea for Gus.

    It’ll come in handy on those cold Colorado garage-dwelling nights. 😆

  26. trebob says:

    Governor Palin seems to get it.

    It stinks to high heaven.


    Wished she could run for a Federal office.