Charles Johnson: “I was totally cray”

Only Charles can invent words.

Cray

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130 Comments on “Charles Johnson: “I was totally cray””

  1. rightymouse says:

    Charles is totally cray cray. It’s true.

    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=cray+cray

    • Bunk X says:

      Definition No.3 fits perfectly.

      Cray-cray
      A desperate attempt to say “crazy” made by some adult trying to be cool.
      Cray-cray lady: Omg, that’s totes cray-cray. Yeah, i just like to abrev. all my words.

  2. HaikuMan says:

    Chuckie is cray-cray
    (Present tense; no “I was cray”)
    He cannot even

  3. windbag says:

    Wait…does he think he’s a Cray computer or Robert Cray? Dude needs to stop smoking weed soaked in Gus’ urine.

  4. Because says:

    Mister REGEX wouldn’t know what to do with a Cray if it bit his FORTRAN off.

  5. Because says:

  6. livefreeor die says:

    And in other news…
    Suck lemons, Patriots’ fans!

    • Octopus says:

      Seems the officials had been handling the Patriots’ balls all year. Seems likely they’d have handled their balls after they’d been adjusted. Somebody dropped the ball. At the very least, balls were mishandled.

    • dwells38 says:

      Ha! The SeaSquawks and the Deflatriots. What a Stupor Bowl it’s going to be.

      • rightymouse says:

        LOL!

      • Arachne says:

        Had it been Green Bay and Indy, hell, I’d have had some serious fun – Cal QB versus Stanford QB. Hell, might have even made a stab at witty SuperBowl thread for the Mother Ship with video and bad jokes.

        This? Aw hell no. Two of the most disreputable coaches in the NFL (Carroll for what he did at USC and Bill Bellyache for …well….CHEATING). I’m more inclined for Seahawks just for Marshawn Lynch. But still.

        I ain’t buying the GOOD beer, that’s for sure.

      • livefreeor die says:

        I agree with Arachne-definitely not buying the good stuff for this Super Bowl. Although having lived in New England and watched how fair weather their fans are, I am eating a great deal of popcorn right now. They are reaching Clintonesque levels of twisting to explain why it’s not a big deal if the Pats cheated because they blew out the Colts.

        In my book cheating is cheating. You play, you pay. The way they’re parsing their moral codes just emphasizes why Kennedy could get continuously reelected after killing a woman.

      • Because says:

        All this cheating doesn’t matter. Seattle’s going to win, anyway.

  7. Juan Epstein says:

    You’re 61 years old.

    It only makes sane people cringe when you try to be hip.

    Yo.

  8. Because says:

    Actually, it’s the Donkey Show that got deleted last time around.

  9. Because olo olololo hahahah hohohoh snorty snort pffffff hehehahaha says:

    • Arachne says:

      HAHAHAHAHA! 259 :Likes!!!!
      How long has that stupid page been up?
      Yeah, you’re really stickin’ to the right wing, there, jackass.

      • just spam says:

        everybody on fb needs to go spam his page

      • Octopus says:

        There just isn’t much to like about Dear Fatass. Ironically, part of his Master Plan For Left Blogosphere Profits was re-inventing himself as a rotund “Scientist Of Love,” a “more of me to love” pasty-white version of Barry White.

        None of this has worked out. He just got fat and gross. No love. Bad science. 😦

    • HaikuMan says:

      Schoolmates. Family.
      Charles Fucking Fatass Johnson.
      Why I don’t Facebook.

  10. Octopus says:

    😆

  11. Because olo says:

    Seymour Cray. Visit LGF.

    • Arachne says:

      I grew up in Goldsboro, North Carolina. Dad was stationed at “Seymour Johnson Air Base” Later on, all I can say is “SOMEONE at the base-naming department has a REAL “cray” sense of humor.

      • Because says:

        Google “Seymour Cray”. He’s real. He was the supercomputer dude. He was doing 60-bit computers back when everybody thought that was kind of cray-cray.

  12. JimboXL says:

    The big question is, were LGF “contributors” clapping and standing at each pre-planned interval during their second viewing of last night’s HFTU address?

  13. Because bum says:

  14. rightymouse says:

    You moronic liberal douchebags don’t “get” why you lost this past election, do you??

    • livefreeor die says:

      Of course they do. It was because of racism and low voter turnout and racism and mean voter ID laws and racism and creationists and racism.

  15. rightymouse says:

    Why do I get the feeling that Joni is going to be the latest target of liberal War on Women????

    • Abu says:

      So? The gommint hands out mega-millions to farmers. (Pigford!!1!11) Gommint also controls who can grow how much of which crops, amirite? Maybe the disconnect was the elected Lt. Senator Ernst was serving in our military at the time? Libs mock Sen Ernst’s bravery. Fucking lib cowards.
      *spit*

    • just spam says:

      war on women

    • JimboXL says:

      They want free college, healthcare and who knows what else, mansions? They are the last ones who should be bringing up subsidies as “gotcha.”

    • Minnow says:

      Barry, jealousy is not real flattering in your case.

      Can you even imagine $460 large?

      No – of course you can’t loser.

      Hahahahahahahahaa

    • livefreeor die says:

      I eagerly await your post about Feinstein’s husband making millions of dollars from government contracts, Chunkles.

    • ISpeakJive says:

      That’s spread over 14 years, or about $30,000 a year divided amongst 3 separate farmers.

      Whoopti-fuckin-doodle-do.

      CBRE looks to make $1,000,000,000 off selling government office buildings in the next few years.

      One guy, married to the ex-speaker of the house. Crickets.

  16. Because olo olololo hahahah hohohoh snorty snort pffffff hehehahaha says:

  17. Because says:

    Spank the moderation manque.

  18. Minnow says:

    Shrillary is poised…ready to amaze and intimidate with her fund raising abilities… blah-blah-blah. She probably will.

    What she doesn’t “get” is that she has no message, or certainly one that resonates with voters.

    She is a lying, self-aggrandizing opportunist who people distrust, and in most cases…. loathe.

    But – hey, Shrillary…. go for it old, fat has-been.

    • livefreeor die says:

      She looks like she should be wearing curlers and a house dress at this point.

    • Octopus says:

      I agree. Go for it, Shrill. Go hard, go all out, pull every trick out of the extensive playbook, and don’t pull any punches this time.

      Thing is, she’s a terrible campaigner, and too many people don’t like her, or are indifferent to her. She’s already been mollywhopped in one presidential campaign, by the totally unqualified but smooth teleprompter-reading Unicorn Messiah. When you lose ugly like that, even your friends tend to see you in a different light. Not a flattering light.

      Then, you’ve got a number of problems that would come up, concerning her performance as Secretary of State (“Back Off, Boogaloo”) and her personal issues with Slick Willie Wander. Her vapid daughter won’t help any. She’s got more skeletons in her closet, including health issues. There’s that awful tone in her voice, which only gets worse when she gets excited.

      On the other hand, who’s going to emerge to challenge her? Fauxcahontas? Please. Even Hillary would know how to use her resume-lying to torpedo her tepee. Biden? Oh, yes please! That would be wonderful. Or…and this is the dark horse that would just blow the roof off da sucker: Mee-chelle, Ma Belle! How awesome would that be, if Shrillary was leading the pack, and suddenly she had to deal with the angry visage of the wife of the guy who destroyed her last run for the rose garden?

  19. dwells38 says:

    OK so, where does the whole Ferguson protest crap narrative go from here? Wasn’t it that the whole police force and system of justice there is racist? And that Michael Brown was actually murdered in cold blood purely because he’s a black male targeted by a racist cop?

    But now Darren Wilson is further exonerated by the Justice Department of no less than the Preezydunce’s own hand picked Justice Dept head race baiter, Eric Holdit there white feller?
    How can this be??

    And Chunk hasn’t said a peep about this after personally assuring everyone the young robber MB was a gentle giant. And making clear accusations of murder against model cop Darren Wilson. Does Chunk no longer care about minority justice? He was just lecturing us about how most of us don’t understand how important MLK is er something.

    U.S. Not Expected to Fault Officer in Ferguson Case
    WASHINGTON — Justice Department lawyers will recommend that no civil rights charges be brought against the police officer who fatally shot an unarmed teenager in Ferguson, Mo., after an F.B.I. investigation found no evidence to support charges, law enforcement officials said Wednesday.
    Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. and his civil rights chief, Vanita Gupta, will have the final say on whether the Justice Department will close the case against the officer, Darren Wilson. But it would be unusual for them to overrule the prosecutors on the case, who are still working on a legal memo explaining their recommendation.
    A decision by the Justice Department would bring an end to the politically charged investigation of Mr. Wilson in the death of 18-year-old Michael Brown. The Missouri authorities concluded their investigation into Mr. Brown’s death in November and also recommended against charges.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2015/01/22/us/justice-department-ferguson-civil-rights-darren-wilson.html?_r=0

  20. swamprat says:

    William Barnett-Lewis Jan 21, 2015 7:11:18pm

    3
    down
    up
    report
    http://littlegreenfootballs.com/article/44241_Female_Republicans_Stage_Last-Minute_Revolt_Against_Draconian_Anti-Abortion_Bill#WIpmk6BDiVmmlgWL.99

    {best part}

    That was before being opposed to abortion was the ticket to political power and before the evangelicals were willing to make peace with the papists to further their theocratic dreams.

    …your moment of LGF zen

  21. swamprat says:

    Bonus points for calling Catholics “papists“. Also love the reference to “evangelicals” and their “theocratic dreams”. I have to admire the “papist” smear the best, though; that is a very old vilification of the Catholic religion made even more base by being utilized by an anti-religious person.

    Triple score on the anti religion bigot scrabble board! Bravo!

  22. stabby says:

    I am very tired, drinking ale and feel like saying “duuuuude”

  23. Pakimon says:

    Thought I’d share this with Octo and Abu.

    Flyers reportedly planned Penguins brawl over dinner

    Will these new tactics concocted in a steakhouse turn the season around for “the most repugnant franchise in professional sports with all due apologies to Bill Belichick’s Patriots”?

    I won’t hold my breath but hey… they did win so they got that going for ’em. 😆

    • Octopus says:

      I’m really going to miss fighting in hockey. They’re phasing it out, and next to go will be any kind of hard checking, with all the hullabaloo over concussions. 😦

      • Octopus says:

        Btw, the Wings are really looking good this year, surprisingly after they struck out in the free agent market again last summer. The kids are really coming along fast, and Babcock has them playing the right blend of defense-first hockey. They could be serious Cup-contenders, if they stay relatively healthy. Why, they’re even leading the Blackhawks in the standings…from across the conference divide. 😉

      • Pakimon says:

        Too soon we’ll be referring to fighting and hard checking as “old time hockey”.

      • Abu Towes says:

        Thanks, Paki. I knew nothing about this awful display by the Flyers. Not surprised tho.
        Are you not a Flyers fan? If yes, then you show great awareness for a “fan” by taking your team to task.
        As for Octo and his Wings, we’ll see. I agree they are playing well and are well coached. And my Hawks have lost more games this season than I can stand. I was convinced earlier this year there wasn’t a team who could beat the Hawks in a 7 game series. Now, not so sure.

  24. dwells38 says:

    I’m done with Netanyahu.
    8 hours ago

    Imagine how crushed Bibi will be?

  25. dwells38 says:

    @GlennF I’ll check out the new system. Maybe it doesn’t rob you of the will to live any more.
    9 hours ago

    @GlennF I’ve had some success getting stalkers suspended too, but only after persistent, multiple reports.
    9 hours ago

    @GlennF Unfortunately, filing a report is a gigantic hassle and most people just won’t do it.
    9 hours ago

    @GlennF They do notice if enough people are outraged about something, though.
    9 hours ago

    Please retweet; @Twitter @support @safety needs to wake up and do something about this unethical loose cannon. http://t.co/fg9qniZjgY

    Then they finally figured out you’re just a passive/aggressive serial whiner with a long history of using anything and anyone’s system to purposely provoke internet slap fights and decided to start ignoring you. Plus it’s well within their business to let people fight it out. They make money with eyes on ads either way Chunky the Chump. You used to do that too on LGF (let people fight it out) until you discovered you get a boner every time you bid someone adieu and block them.

  26. Octopus says:

    He just doesn’t get irony. 😆

    • dwells38 says:

      Shouldn’t he also thank him for being the subject of about 3/5ths of all his Twitter comments in the last several months?

      • Octopus says:

        Yes, he should thank Ginger for giving him a reason to live.

        Wouldn’t it be rad if we found out they were related? Like, Chunky was Ginger’s uncle? I would find that greatly amusing.

    • Arachne says:

      So why haven’t you BLOCKED him, asshole? You’ve blocked everyone else?

  27. Octopus says:

    It’s over 500 now, Chunky. The original, not your whiny tweet about Ginger’s tweet…that only has 2 retweets, by you and Gus. That’s so cray! 😆

  28. dwells38 says:

    Finally the sinister connection has been identified between Nazis and Climate Deenyers and Steve Scalise and Ron Paul and Joni Ernst!!! Ee Levin TEEEEE!

    At the end of 2013, for example, German scientists OMG! OMG! OMG! Nazis! predicted a century of global cooling based on declining solar activity and ocean oscillation cycles.

    “Due to the de Vries cycle, the global temperature will drop until 2100 to a value corresponding to the ‘little ice age’ of 1870,” wrote scientists Horst-Joachim Luedecke and Carl-Otto Weiss of the European Institute for Climate and Energy.

    http://dailycaller.com/2015/01/21/scientists-fear-another-little-ice-age-is-on-the-way/

    • Octopus says:

      I KNEW it! As soon as I saw Ernst wearing those camo shoes, obviously a signal to her Nazi compadres. Or something.

  29. Because says:

  30. Because no go to the Donkey Show says:

  31. Because brilliant says:

  32. dwells38 says:

    Today thousands of delusional religious fanatics are marching to stamp out women’s right to choose. What a country. #marchforlife
    38 minutes ago

    I see the March Against Women’s Rights is under way. #marchforlife
    41 minutes ago

    Hey Chunky. Your vajayjay’s showing.

  33. dwells38 says:

    People that live in exclusive gated communities with armed security talking about “no go zones.” There’s that.
    2 hours ago

    RT @geegeetee: Inside the Isolated Catholic Town Built by the Founder of Domino’s | WIRED wired.com/2014/04/rawfil…
    2 hours ago

    Yes, it appears that Gus really is trying to equate the founder of Domino’s pizza with dangerous enclaves of fundamentalist Shari’a in Paris or Birmingham. Which do exist despite the latest whitewash by the dhimmi media. Gotta love them all mocking Fox News. But notice, not the prophet.

    http://www.danielpipes.org/15432/europe-no-go-zones

    On the other hand, governments often choose not to impose their will on Muslim-majority areas, allowing them considerable autonomy, including in some cases the Shariah courts that Emerson mentioned. Alcohol and pork are effectively banned in these districts, polygamy and burqas commonplace, police enter only warily and in force, and Muslims get away with offences illegal for the rest of population.

    The Rotherham, England, child sex scandal offers a powerful example. An official inquiry found that for sixteen years, 1997-2013, a ring of Muslim men sexually exploited – through abduction, rape, gang rape, trafficking, prostitution, torture – at least 1,400 non-Muslim girls as young as 11. The police received voluminous complaints from the girls’ parents but did nothing; they could have acted, but chose not to.

    According to the inquiry, “the Police gave no priority to CSE [child sexual exploitation], regarding many child victims with contempt and failing to act on their abuse as a crime.” Even more alarming, in some cases, “fathers tracked down their daughters and tried to remove them from houses where they were being abused, only to be arrested themselves when police were called to the scene.” Worse, the girls “were arrested for offences such as breach of the peace or being drunk and disorderly, with no action taken against the perpetrators of rape and sexual assault against children.”

    Another example, also British, was the so-called Operation Trojan Horse that flourished from 2007 until 2014, in which (again, according to an official inquiry), a group of school functionaries developed “a strategy to take over a number of schools in Birmingham and run them on strict Islamic principles.”

    What does one call Rotherham and Birmingham? They are not no-go zones, neither in terms of geography or sovereignty. This is where we – Emerson, others (such as Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal), and I stumbled. The English language lacks a readily-available term for this. And for good reason: I know of no historical parallel, in which a majority population accepts the customs and even the criminality of a poorer and weaker immigrant community. The world has never seen anything comparable to the contemporary West’s blend of achievement, timidity, and guilt, of hugely superior power matched by a deep reluctance to use it.

    Instead of no-go zones, I propose semi-autonomous sectors, a term that emphasizes their indistinct and non-geographic nature – thus permitting a more accurate discussion of what is, arguably, West Europe’s most acute problem.

  34. dwells38 says:

    RT @HavanaTed: The fact that Joni Ernst is viewed as a “rising star” says everything you need to know about the current state of the Republ…
    3 hours ago

    Um, Gus. You just retweeted someone named HavanaTed, presumably a scumbag Commie in love with the freedom crushing Castros bashing a US combat veteran and the first Iowan congresswoman. Is it possible for you to slither any lower?

  35. kbdabear says:

    Kind of like how the blog’s owner reacts to commenter criticism;

    • Arachne says:

      How nice, Fatass. You invite someone to post so they could be criticized by your followers? You have no sense of the place.

    • Because says:

      Nobody invited him to be a dick here. He just came, and penis penis penis lol.

  36. Because olo olololo hahahah hohohoh snorty snort pffffff hehehahaha says:

    • trebob says:

      That’s an easy fix Gus. Step in front of a bus and check out. That way you aren’t part of your clown show. The rest of us, who actually participate in this real life civilization, will sadly make some sympathetic remarks and then move on with our rich wonderful lives filled with ups and downs and all sorts of spectacular and amazing surprises.

    • dwells38 says:

      Seriously Gus? You judge all of human civilization as a clown show? You lived in your sister’s garage and ran your underwear through her dishwasher. Then you moved to Denver in the summer and then idiotically comment on Twitter during winter about how cold your feet are. You seriously think you can pass judgement on human history as a bunch of clowns?

  37. Because olo says:

  38. Because olo says:

    • Octopus says:

      Well, it could have been a lot worse. He’s got a couple more years to go, and then maybe they’ll let him out early for good behavior. He can write a book or two in that time.

  39. Octopus says:

    Your crappy, bug-infested blog hacks itself. Nobody else cares, besides us. We’re your truest friends! 🙂

    • rightymouse says:

      IT’S ALL ABOUT MEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
      Fatso is such a friggin’ narcissist.

      • Octopus says:

        He tries to turn every story into a story about himself, and still…NOBODY CARES!!1!

        Except us, Chunky. We’re your bestest friends. 🙂

  40. trebob says:

    OK, now for some good news. The Sun didn’t cancel page three and all the world is back in sync today.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/11361739/The-Sun-brings-back-page-3.html

    http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/page3/

    Happy days!!!

  41. Octopus says:

    Must try and get to sleep early, with 3 am wakeup call for trip to NYC, home of Al Sharpton and Donald Trump, and all pointy-heads in-between. Going to see the kid sing at a club tomorrow night with her new band, and then there’s a big fat Greek baptism on Saturday, for my niece’s first baby girl. New Jersey Greeks, who like to throw real parties for everything — they’re having a DJ at the reception, which is a first for me. Ouzo, saganaki and all that good stuff…OPA!

    Later, stalkers. Stabby, you check in on Frank’s mother — she was complaining of severe rectal pain earlier, cause unknown. Probably job-related.

  42. swamprat says:

    oh boy:

    Barrett Brown is no hero of free speech. He’s a vindictive, vengeful thug.
    Read more at http://littlegreenfootballs.com/weblog/#H51ZBdLWduWbr5Jf.99

  43. swamprat says:

    charles johnson is no hero of free speech.
    That’s why he banned almost 16,000 commenters.
    He isn’t vindictive or vengeful though, just ask
    Pam Geller
    Dana Loesch
    Patterico
    Chuck (“Ginger”) Johnson

    • swamprat says:

      Folks he outed
      ChenZhen
      Patterico(LA assistant DA; got swatted)
      Rodan
      Richard L Kent Esquire

      Money quote;

      I am absolutely going to out every one of those people whose real names I can find. They don’t get to hide behind fake names while spewing hatred at me, sorry.

      this and other quotes available at the “wingularity” blog search engine, above.

  44. dwells38 says:

    You know you’re really a nerd when you start to enjoy creating regular expressions.
    10 minutes ago

    You know you’re really a loser when you have to constantly remind everyone you’re a nerd.

  45. ISTE says:

    “”Like I said, I suspect it’s a guest network of some kind offering a connection— specifically via WPS protocol, which invites entry of an 8-digit pin to connect. A wifi survey utility called inSSIDER shows a nearby wifi signal and the same MAC address that I’ve mentioned, and it indicates a Netgear device. However, with Comcast/xfinitywifi playing fast and loose with decades-old MAC conventions, my confidence in the “manuf” part of the MAC being legit is eroded. (Comcast/xfinitywifi fudges the leading two digits of their MAC, as a way of distinguishing their multiple extra nameless wifi signals from a single hardware device.)””

    Actually it is TWO WiFi devices in the same physical box. Hence the two very similar MAC addresses.

    One transmitter provides the home user with WiFi access. The other one is what ts called a Home Hot Spot (HHS for us in the know) that uses the spare capacity on the cable to provide a HS for either Comcast customers away from their home location or none Comcast subscribers a way of getting Internet access with a credit card. $2.95/HR $7.95/day $19.95/week $54.95/30 days.

    The HHS shares the same cable connection as the comcast residential customer but is limited to 15Mbps total and a maximum of five connections.

    Similar MAC address because same device with two WiFi connection paths.

    LOL.. I know this shit…