Charles still trying to work off that fatwa

Once a critic of Jihad, Charles is now the biggest defender of Islam. He is desperate to have the fatwa issued on him remove.

No Fatwa No Fatwa2

Only taking the shading will remove the fatwa, not blog posts.



159 Comments on “Charles still trying to work off that fatwa”

  1. Minnow says:

    All I remember about that story was the hot babe in the cowboy boots and the tight pants.

    There were mooselimbs in there too as I recall.

  2. Octopus says:

    May I suggest getting the old bike repaired, with heavy duty tires and frame-reinforcement, and hitting the highway in the am? Letting go of the artisanal cheese sammies for a bit, and getting into some nice lean proteins and salads? Eat a piece of fruit, for Allah’s sake!

    Wait…you said “fatwa?” I heard something else. Never mind.

    • Minnow says:

      Barry, making comments on “rancid garbage”. He would know.


      If you waddle out to the garbage chute every week or so, it really helps with that problem.

    • Because says:

      Needs one of these.

      the bike, I mean.

      • Octopus says:

        The tires might work, but that frame is far too fragile. I think he needs one of these:

        The Asian houseboy is optional.

  3. trebob says:

    Got a buddy from Tejas up for the weekend and he doesn’t remember there being a Texas Christian Capitol Day or a Buddhist day or Catholic day. OLT can correct this if we aren’t correct.

    Seems to me these same folks would be screaming about separation of church and state if there was a Texas Christian Capitol day.

    Charles is simply showing his usual hypocrisy and double standards. Normally he’d proudly crow that he is an atheist and anyone believing in religion is feeble minded and not to be taken seriously. Even though Catholics are not blowing people up right now and not tossing gay men off tall buildings, for some reason they are evil and should be kept quiet, Muslims who ARE throwing gays off roofs and blowing up children are to be respected and revered.

    And what is this nonsense about Muslims need to learn how politics work? Aren’t these guys U.S. citizens? Do Catholics or Christians need to learn how politics work? How about Druids? Fake, stupid, ignorant fools and tools.

    Not one of those intellectual midgets over at LGF even sees the hypocrisy of their rhetoric. Collectively they don’t have the intelligence to comprehend things a third grader would understand.

  4. Because says:

    Found: A picture of Ludwig.

  5. Minnow says:

    The pukes that wrote the article belittling those who protested “Muslim Day” (or whatever) are not true Texans and should, generally, be ashamed of themselves.

    But, instead, they are chest bumping one another and high fiving each other over “just how smart” they think they are.

    Little jerk-offs every one.

  6. just poop your pants Charles says:

    charles is still afraid of muslim kids who point at him

  7. Octopus says:

    If only there was a vaccine against going ‘splodey-dope. Then there would be no need to fear and spy on Muslims. Now there is. And it’s sad. It’s more than sad. It’s the greatest threat to modern civilization, threatening to bring about a New Dark Age. A lot of people have died, and a helluva lot more are going to die in this fateful battle. But wait…the Unicorn Messiah says the war is over? I guess it’s over, then, and we can now relax, play golf and eat our waffle. Thank Allah!

  8. Octopus says:

    Thai Ladyboys pushing their push-up bras and penis panties? Yeah, that’s a pain. You can buy the same stuff through Chunky’s Amazon store, and help keep his Dew reservoir filled for another week of mindless Twitter-blather. Use Adblock, whenever cruising swampy backdoor alleys.

    • Octopus says:

      Check out Ed’s feed, if you want to see the kind of gent Chunky’s attracting these days. 😆

    • kbdabear says:

      “Only site this shows up on” … yet it’s one of Fatass’s advertisers .. right

      It’s always the fault of other people, like Facebook won’t work with his awesome flash animations and Twitter’s block button won’t keep the bad cray-crays away.

      Don’t most sites have malware detection built in so that it’s squashed BEFORE a user gets fried?

  9. swamprat says:

    Charles Johnson ‏@Green_Footballs 5h5 hours ago

    Right now, the anti-vaxxers cross ideological lines, but it will become a predominantly right wing movement before too long.

    Uh, yeah and you know this how?

  10. swamprat says:

    My entire world revolves around folks who decide to not take vaccines. That and people who don’t wear coats in the winter. Yeah and people who won’t eat broccoli . Or spinach. Oh, also who ice skate on thin ice. Let’s not forget those eat their hamburgers medium-rare. I shan’t forget those foolhardy souls who go out walking without umbrellas either!

  11. swamprat says:

    Per Gus:
    “We were vaccinated as kids. We went to Catholic school. My mom worked with nuns as a youth. My dad went to a seminary.”

    My childhood was typical: summers in Rangoon … luge lessons … In the spring, we’d make meat helmets … When I was insolent I was placed in a burlap bag and beaten with reeds — pretty standard, really.

  12. Octopus says:

    Ramirez is the best cartoonist going. Probably has 10,000 fatwas on him by now. Bismillah.

  13. Pakimon says:

    The Flyers have strung together 4 wins in a row after their sinister plot (cooked up at a local steakhouse) to bully the Pittsburgh Penguins.

    I’ll wait until they start winning against upper tier teams like Chicago, Boston and Detroit before I get too wound up..

    They play the Red Wings in March but don’t play the Blackhawks again this season.

    Good thing. The Flyers got thumped pretty good the last time they played.

  14. dwells38 says:

    Jim Hoft who Chunky McFarty Johnson maintains is a bigot of epic proportions is pictured here with Ginny Thomas, supreme court member Clarence Thomas’ wife at an educational conference. Jim will be speaking at the conference on “Taking Social Media to Action”. Chunky McFarty will be at his as usual place. That is at home on his “special gaming chair” making rude er gastrointestinal noises from his previous night’s Cheetos binge.

  15. Juan Epstein says:

    Just wanted to be provocative, yo.

    Got to indirectly call Reich Wing Texans “rednecks” and shit, dawg.

    Like a blobfish magnet with legs, mom frere.

  16. just poop your pants Charles says:

    Charles would not only laugh at bigotry against Christians but he would link to it

  17. Pakimon says:

    It a beautiful Superbowl Sunday morning and Pakimog get ready to go hunt/gather supplies for game!

    Nothing show American greatness like worldwide broadcast of football championship!

    It fill Pakimog heart with patriotic pride!

  18. Pakimon says:

    Pakimog wonder if Patriots come to game with deflated balls.

    Maybe Seahawks deflate Patriots’ balls in 4th quarter of Superbowl like NY Giants did… twice!

    Patriots sure looked like they had deflated balls at end of those two Superbowls Pakimog tell you what! 😆

    • rightymouse says:

      They need to keep their balls away from cold air.

    • Because says:

      All I know is if I had a nickel for every ’12’ flag in Seattle, I could retire fat as Chunky. I think the Indians have been selling a lot of fireworks.

      • Octopus says:

        I have to admit, I’m having a difficult time deciding on who to root for in today’s game. The Sea Chickens are a bunch of douches, with Lynch and Sherman leading the way. The Patriots have the same fans as the Boston Red Sox, a bunch of asswipe Massachusetts bandwagon dopes like Damon and Affleck. I kind of like Brady, though. In a non-gay, fellow-alum kind of way. I guess I’m going to just see who’s more annoying in the first half. Maybe Katy Perry will influence my decision. Some drinks are required, and thoughtful meditation. Talk to me, Katy.

      • rightymouse says:

        Don’t forget. She was married to Mr. Commie Russ Brand.
        Oh, dear. I forgot. Tits first, brains later..maybe. 🙂

      • poteen2 says:

        All Katy needs is a weekend at Poteen’s conservative re-education boot camp. 2 days and nights of intense instruction held in our penthouse classroom high atop a casino hotel in the southwestern United States. Upon completion of the program she will have an understanding of American conservative principles, no memory of skinny, dirty commie, bad British comedians and a Ronald Reagan cut off t-shirt with plenty of underboob exposure.
        Satisfaction guaranteed/

  19. Because says:

    Penis envy?

  20. Octopus says:

    In keeping with our “A Little Something For Everyone”-philosophy, we present Padma Lakshmi, running…with a penis?

  21. Because says:

  22. Because says:

    Your mentions are HAZMAT.

  23. Because somebody threw a snowball at Goose says:

  24. dwells38 says:

    My mentions right now are an object example of how Fox News poisons people’s minds.
    54 minutes ago

    Whatsamatter Chunky? Can’t get enough people pointing the racist finger at Fox News? Not enough professional lesbians or race baiters? No panels concluding whitey done it? Too many well spoken, intelligent blacks who don’t spit all over themselves imagining all the people who supposedly hate them and have therefore deprived them of something (money, jobs, or dig nuh tee)??

  25. Because huh? says:

  26. Abu's Non-Requested Pick says:

    The game has no bearing on how much damage the usual douches will cause in Seattle. A shame, really.Spoiled children.
    Brady is great but Wilson is leading the way for tomorrow’s best players.

    A special related picture often found on LGF-pre-misled days.

  27. Because says:

    Moderation Manque bad.

  28. Because wtf? says:

    • Because says:

      Help me out. Is there any logic in that whatsoever?

      • Abu says:

        None. I read that elite leftists were the majority of anti-vaxxers. However, maybe I was misled.

      • Octopus says:

        It’s Chunky-Logic. The kind that informs all of his judgements, providing him with a perfect record of being wrong on every issue since January 2009. Impeccable!

      • trebob says:

        Yes. Right wingers (aka conservatives, GOP, republicans, and anything else Charles deems as such) are racist, xenophobic, religious zealots and if a single one of them doesn’t blindly follow what left wingers like Charles decide is the best path to follow then they are evil monsters who should be put to death without a trial or delay.

        So the logic is, conservative = bad, lib/progressive/statist = good.

        Thus endeth the lesson.

      • rightymouse says:

        Logic? What logic?
        Right-wingers are anti-vaxxers because we’re anti-immigrant? WHAT????

      • Arachne says:

        Really? We’re now anti-vax because we WANT our children to get sick and die so that we can get the illegals out?

        Hey Asshat, do you even remember what Ellis Island was FOR? It was to check arrivals for DISEASE and to quarantine them, especially diseases like smallpox that were on their way to eradication in this country. YOUR new liberal overlords sent people all over the damn country who had not been checked for disease or given any type of vaccination.

        I’ve asked it before and I’ll ask it again. Does your asshole get jealous of the shit coming out of your brain.

  29. Because says:

    Spotted in Denver. Goose?

  30. rightymouse says:

    Three old ladies – Gertrude, Maude and Tilly, were sitting on a park bench having a quiet conversation when a handsome young man dressed only in a trench coat approached them from across the park.

    The young man came up to the ladies, stood right in front of them and opened his trench coat.

    Gertrude immediately had a stroke.

    Seeing her friend’s reaction, Maude also had a stroke.

    But Tilly, bless her heart, being older and more feeble then her friends, couldn’t quite reach that far…

  31. Because says:

  32. Because says:

    He’s talking to you, Goose.

  33. Because says:

    “Tried to threaten”? Yo habla Ingles?

  34. Because says:

    Notice the only ones predicting a Pats win are white guys?

    The hawt chick and the bald black dudes have it.

  35. Abu says:

    Gus802 makes Twitchy as a lib freak out. Too bad they didn’t explain he’s unemployed, squatting in his sister’s garage, and butt-chugging streno.

  36. kbdabear says:

    Why won’t that multi-billion dollar social media site code their software to work with an site built by an amateur coding from his garage!!! WAAHHHHHH!!!!

    • Because says:

      Oh-oh. Somebody tooked his permissions. Shouldn’t have spoken ill of Barrett Brown.

    • trebob says:

      I have a question for any Twitter experts out there:

      If @batonrougegypsy retweeted and favourited that tweet, how come it doesn’t show in her timeline or on her favourites list? Or did I just miss it?

    • Pakimon says:

      And the great Mouse-Ka-Mania 2.0 rollout is delayed yet again… 😆

  37. Because says:

    “Only taking the shading will remove the fatwa, not blog posts.”

    Is that what you get when you cross the shahada with an upding?

  38. pineapple says:

    LGF hates everything NFL like the Superbowl for some reason.

    However the Superbowl gets its own thread, and LGF is virtually dead during the Superbowl.

    I’m surprised Kragar Proud To Be Kafir hasn’t spouted his bogus claim that the NFL is tax exempt yet.

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

  40. OLT's Can I Call These Or Whut? says:

    On the positive side, Katy’s (beach)balls were not deflated.

  41. Because says:

  42. Because says:

    And you are bum.

  43. JimboXL says:

    Welcome to America progressive fascists, people can say negative things about Islam and not be stoned to death on the spot. Boo hoo for you!

  44. Pakimon says:

    And a pasty faced and rotund one at that..

    • trebob says:

      Charles just broke his record and said something that both accurate and true.

      No more being wrong 100% of the time Charles. You’re on a roll.

    • dwells38 says:

      No arguments here. Except he left out smelly and flatulent.

    • Because says:

      You forgot fat.

    • Abu says:

      Charles Fuckface Johnson is a shut-in with a negligibly followed website, has been laughed out of Facebook, and is an unkempt collection of cells lacking a moral compass while in need of a haircut and a shower.

      / rotating title – < snort

  45. Pakimon says:

    TRANSLATION: Nobody would give me free tickets and when I tried the “Don’t you know who I am?!” ploy, they said, “yes, a pathetic failed blogger and a rotund, pasty faced, stupid communist hippie.”.

  46. Because says:

    Place your bets…

  47. Because drunk again says:

  48. Because climate science says:

    • Octopus says:

      They do about as good a job as NASA, to be painfully honest. Maybe NASA should hire a few of them.

      There was no excitement or hysteria leading up to yesterday’s whopper snowstorm in MIchigan, btw. I shoveled about 4-5 inches off the premises before the game yesterday, and there was over a foot here this morning. Great workout! Maybe better than Shaun T’s cardio freakout.

  49. kbdabear says:

    Hitler is not happy about the game

  50. kbdabear says:

  51. kbdabear says:

    Among all the ad suckage, there were three good ones

    Liam Neeson’s “Taken” parody, Bryan Cranston’s “Breaking Bad” parody, and this one

  52. Octopus says:

    Delingpole brings the icy Gatorade-bath to the Warmenistas:



    30 Jan 2015

    How can we believe in ‘global warming’ when the temperature records providing the ‘evidence’ for that warming cannot be trusted?

    It’s a big question – and one which many people, even on the sceptical side of the argument, are reluctant to ask.

    Here, for example, is one of the two most prominent English sceptics in the House of Lords, Matt Ridley outlining his own position.

    I am a climate lukewarmer. That means I think recent global warming is real, mostly man-made and will continue but I no longer think it is likely to be dangerous and I think its slow and erratic progress so far is what we should expect in the future. That last year was the warmest yet, in some data sets, but only by a smidgen more than 2005, is precisely in line with such lukewarm thinking.

    Though I’ve no reason to doubt the sincerity of Ridley’s position, I can also see plenty of reasons why it would be a politically convenient line for him to take. The same applies to Lord Lawson’s position on climate change and Bjorn Lomborg’s position on climate change. All of these distinguished figures on the mildly sceptical side of the argument have taken the view that the figures provided by the various scientific institutions, such as the Climatic Research Unit at the University of East Anglia and NASA GISS, as relayed to us in the assessment reports of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, are broadly trustworthy. Their beef is not so much with “the science” as it is with the political hysteria and green propagandising that has accompanied that science, as well as with the counterproductive policies resulting from it.

    To repeat, these may be earnest, heartfelt positions but they are also politically expedient ones. What it means is that in debates Lomborg and Lords Ridley and Lawson don’t come across as too “out there.” It means that they cannot, by any reasonable stretch, be tarred as “deniers”. Not only are they not denying the existence in “global warming” but they’re not even that far off from where the mainstream “consensus” is.

    This all seems to me tactically wise. If their positions weren’t so eminently “reasonable” they would be invited to speak at organisations like the BBC even less often than they are already.

    What it does, unfortunately, mean, though, is that those of us on the sceptical side of the debate who want to push the argument a bit further are put in danger of being made to look like extremists. Crazed conspiracy theorists even.

    So before I go into technical detail about why the temperature records are suspect, let me provide an analogy which ought to make it perfectly clear to any neutral parties reading this why the problem I’m about to describe ought not to be consigned to the realms of crackpottery.

    Suppose say, that for the last 100 years my family have been maintaining a weather station at the bottom of our garden, diligently recording the temperatures day by day, and that what these records show is this: that in the 1930s it was jolly hot – even hotter than in the 1980s; that since the 1940s it has been cooling.

    What conclusions would you draw from this hard evidence?

    Well the obvious one, I imagine, is that the dramatic Twentieth Century warming that people like Al Gore have been banging on about is a crock. At least according to this particular weather station it is.

    Now how would you feel if you went and took these temperature records along to one of the world’s leading global warming experts – say Gavin Schmidt at NASA or Phil Jones at CRU or Michael Mann at Penn State – and they studied your records for a moment and said: “This isn’t right.” What if they then crossed out all your temperature measurements, did a few calculations on the back of an envelope, and scribbled in their amendments? And you studied those adjustments and you realised, to your astonishment, that the new, pretend temperature measurements told an entirely different story from the original, real temperature measurements: that where before your records showed a cooling since the 1940s they now showed a warming trend.

    You’d be gobsmacked, would you not?

    Yet, incredible though it may seem, the scenario I’ve just described is more or less exactly analogous to what has happened to the raw data from weather stations all over the world.

  53. Octopus says:

    Looking through a collection of colorized pics from the black-and-white past, and came across Little Miss Dangerous here:

  54. Octopus says:

    Another one…

  55. rightymouse says: