I am a stupid communist hippie.

Most Americans enjoy Super Bowl Sundays as a time to gather with family and friends. Our favorite introvert on the other hand shows contempt towards the Super Bowl. The bloated loser admits to being a Communist as well during his anti-Super Bowl rant.

Charles is now an open rabid Communist.


100 Comments on “I am a stupid communist hippie.”

  1. sven10077 says:

    Shocking precisely no one comrade he *is* a communist hippie.

  2. SpaceAllah says:

    So he’s on the same page and belief as Alex Jones.

  3. Octopus says:

    Just a fat stupid loser of a Comic Book Guy. Don’t get it twisted, Fatass.

  4. Octopus says:

    I liked her show. Totally goofy and un-serious, just a parade of hit pop songs. Some people take life too serious-like. 🙂

  5. Octopus says:

    Once again, Chunky would seek to lecture his betters. 😆

  6. windbag says:

    He sees a game as the equivalent of a building? Special kind of disconnected stupid at work there.

  7. Because says:

    He forgot fat.

  8. just poop says:

    I don’t know what Charles is

    but I do know what he isn’t


  9. just poop says:

    Charles is the blog equivalent of the Seahawks final play on offense last night

  10. rightymouse says:

    As the mother of an autistic son, I have to say that your ignorance regarding autism is appalling. You should be ashamed of yourself for being so stupid.

    • Because says:

      In all fairness to our favorite internet drunken bum, I think the point he’s trying to make is that vaxxers would be put in a quandary by his dumb hypothetical.

      Can we all agree that the anti-vax crowd are a bunch of lunatics?

      Ok, now can we all agree that they’re a bunch of granola crunchy raw vegan anti-GMO Monsanto truther stupid communist hippies who probably all read LGF?

    • rightymouse says:

      Why are Fatso & Gussy commenting on autism when they know nothing about the disorder? Idiots. Both of them.

      • doppel milyo says:

        they’re both so arrogant. they are every bit as bad as the anti-vaxers who read a few internet articles and call it “doing research” and pronounce themselves worthy of debating against scientists.

        they are arrogant and ignorant. a dangerous combo

      • rightymouse says:

        As a child in Thailand, I was inoculated against Small Pox, Polio, Cholera, Tetanus & Typhoid. I still got Small Pox, by the way. Here in the US, all of our kids were vaccinated routinely according to law. Admission to school demands compliance as well. I do think parents need to make sure they stay informed up-to-date on vaccines because pharma ain’t perfect. That said, to be an anti-vaxxer in this day & age is silly & dangerous. We’re seeing measles now. That’s curable. How would the anti-vaxxers like it if their kids caught polio?

    • rightymouse says:

      My son has had all his vaccinations. He was given an MMR early on by a young doctor who voiced her confusion to the nurse about the appropriate dose. A few years later and because of our concerns with changed behaviors and delays he was diagnosed with Pervasive Development Disorder, a form of autism. I don’t know if the MMR he was given that day contributed to the autism, but I have kept locks of his hair from routine haircuts just in case.
      He has been able to overcome much of his disability through private school education & sheer determination on his part.
      This is personal for me.
      I guess I really just don’t care for idiots like Gus & Charles spouting off about things they know nothing about.

      • Because says:

        The original autism/vax paper was completely discredited, and eventually pulled from the Lancet. There’s no statistically significant correlation. The vax thing is complete bumf.

      • rightymouse says:

        Yes, I am aware of this. There have been lots of studies. But thimerosal is an organomercury compound and it was used in the MMR at that time even though it has since been phased out of vaccines. Injecting mercury into babies can’t be a good thing. Just sayin’.
        My son is 20 now & doing very well, so no worries. 🙂

      • doppel milyo says:

        glad you are on top of it. bless him

        my coworker’s son has autism. he’s the most amazing artist I’ve ever seen, even for a little kid. the mind is amazing

      • Because says:

        I still have mercury amalgam fillings in my mouth. If the stuff was that bad, I’d have been dead 20 years ago.

        People used to drink the stuff for stomach problems. It’s really only toxic when you inhale the vapor, like from a curly light bulb.

      • rightymouse says:

        So THAT’s what happened to you! 🙂
        What stuff with mercury did people drink for tummy problems??

      • rightymouse says:

        My son is such a great guy! He’s artistic as well. 🙂 But his real ambition is to be in the military. He’s being tutored to pass the military test (ASVAB) – the test is timed so he’s working on speed right now. He’s wanted to serve since he was a child.

  11. JimboXL says:

    The bottom of the barrel, cynical pandering by the NFL corporate pigs is what is so annoying, they have a heritage month of some sort it seems, for every month, for every group that has a complete lack of interest in football but is the current political darling of our pigs in DC.

    • JimboXL says:

      Come to think of it, I wouldn’t be shocked if the NFL had a vaccination month with pre-taped Obola messages about getting vaccinations. Get back to me when an Ebola vaccination helps control a an Obola caused breakout here.

  12. pineapple says:

    The LGF sugary sweet blind acceptance of everything Obummer is gag worthy.

    I remember back in the day liberals had some balls, now they are just limp-wristed low hanging fruits. I like how they get all huffy in unison.

  13. Octopus says:

    What an iconoclastic rebel you are, Garage Boy. Marching to your own drummer, you are. Limping, I mean. To a jazzy beat. Staggering, by this time of day.

  14. dwells38 says:

    The NFL is 2/3rds (68%) blacks. Therefore Chunky is a racist.

    • JimboXL says:

      If it doesn’t involve black people burning other black people’s stores to the ground to protest the white man, they probably aren’t interested over there.

      • Octopus says:

        Maybe if we sell it to them as Modern-Day Slavery, with the owners (masters) being all white, and the players (slaves) being mostly black. Seems the Social Justice Keyboard Warriors could get behind such a cause, if only we can disguise the lavish lifestyle of the “slaves” and harp loud enough on the injury-toll. It’s worth a shot. Here, have a shot. Sippin’ Sterno, right there. Only the best for my friends. 🙂

  15. Dudebro says:

    chuckles embarrasses himself against Jake Tapper

  16. Octopus says:

    Ah, humans. So emotional. 😆

  17. Octopus says:

    Probably the only Mother Jones article I will link this year, unless I’m mocking the stupid — definitely worth reading.


  18. dwells38 says:

    <Chunky switched to be on the Demoncrap dream team:

    In a House Rules Committee meeting Alcee Hastings smeared the entire state of Texas as crazy a la Chunky Johnson, and refused to apologize.


    Not that it matters that much coming from a crooked impeached judge and a proven liar. Otherwise known as "a Demoncrap up and comer!!!

    In 1981, Hastings was charged with accepting a $150,000 bribe in exchange for a lenient sentence and a return of seized assets for 21 counts of racketeering by Frank and Thomas Romano, and of perjury in his testimony about the case. In 1983, he was acquitted by a jury after his alleged co-conspirator, William Borders, refused to testify in court (resulting in a jail sentence for Borders).[2]

    In 1988, the Democratic-controlled U.S. House of Representatives took up the case, and Hastings was impeached for bribery and perjury by a vote of 413-3. He was then convicted in 1989 by the United States Senate (also controlled by the Democrats), becoming the sixth federal judge in the history of the United States to be removed from office by the Senate. The Senate, in two hours of roll calls, voted on 11 of the 17 articles of impeachment. It convicted Hastings of eight of the 11 articles. The vote on the first article was 69 for and 26 opposed,[3] providing five votes more than the two-thirds of those present that were needed to convict. The first article accused the judge of conspiracy. Conviction on any single article was enough to remove the judge from office.

    The Senate had the option to forbid Hastings from ever seeking federal office again, but did not do so.So now we’re stuck with this insulting fucker Alleged co-conspirator attorney William Borders went to jail again for refusing to testify in the impeachment proceedings, but was later given a full pardon by President Bill Clinton on his last day in office.[4]

    Of course the impeached Clinton pardoned the other impeached demoncrap Borders. But not Hastings evidently. Chunk wanted to be with the stinkers and crooks.

  19. rightymouse says:

    Fatso loves to name-drop, lolwut?

    • Because says:

      Charles 2008-06-09 21:38:18

      re: #393 Cognito

      Can’t get behind this one.Obama’s citizenship is not his personal business, but his birth certificate is.Just rumors.

      What? Are you seriously suggesting that it doesn’t matter whether he’s a citizen or not? Because without the birth certificate, there’s no way to know for sure.A US citizen’s birth certificate contains NO sensitive personal information. What could possibly be Obama’s reason for refusing to release it?

    • Arachne says:

      BTW Fatass, remember me? The firm I was with at the time represented Dan Rather? You aren’t even a blip on his effing RADAR.

      • Because says:

        I have to say, that sounded a little suspicious suggesting that teh Dan even knew who teh Chunk was. He was more focused on Bernie Goldberg and other real people.

      • Arachne says:

        He didn’t. When they referred to bloggers in their pajamas, they were referring to Powerline and Free Republic. Pizza Face’s whole throbbing memo came three days later and while a nice Exhibit A (and even nicer when it was published elsewhere the actual day of the event) it wasn’t the smoking gun. Bill Burkett, Lucy Ramirez, all the actual players had something to add, were the ones everyone cared about.

        Jazzy has turned into “Peaked in High School Rob Lowe” – except he can’t even afford CABLE much less DirecTV.

  20. rightymouse says:


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  23. Because says:

    I think Goose wants two tequila mockingbirds to get stoned.

  24. Because says:

  25. You’re a mindless reactionary dittohead.

  26. Captain Death says:

    Charles hates team sports ever since he was a little kid and got chosen last for softball games and always batted 9th and played rightfield.

  27. SpaceAllah says:

    Someone linked this old Cox & Forkum cartoon. Oddly enough it looks accurate, only replace the zionist check with Soros pay. LOL

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  29. Octopus says:

    Speaking of funny freeloaders…heh.

    We’re going to Greece next summer, barring some kind of civil war or total societal collapse over there. Not sure if we’ll be spending Euros or drachmas. Not going to the nude beach with the family, either. 😆

  30. Octopus says:

    Next time anyone is feeling sorry for Garage Boy, how about a guy walking 21 miles to work every day? So glad to see he is getting some relief. Hope he takes full advantage of this break.


  31. daffy duck says:

    The math doesn’t add up on that article.

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