Someone notice me!

Mr. Toot has become so irrelevant that when leftist websites lift a story from LGF, they give it no credit.

You are played out like polka-dots, Chuck. No matter what you or your minions uncover, the bigger lefty websites will not give you any recognition. You are finished Mr. Toot, just fade away.


100 Comments on “Someone notice me!”

  1. Chunky's Missing Brain says:

    What’s he gonna do? Sue them? LOL!

    Such an impotent loser.

  2. Chunky's Missing Brain says:

    If you care about politics, I urge you to do some research on “Dominionism” – because this ideology has taken over the GOP.

    Toot, as usual walks right into the debunked conspiracy theorist metaphorical stinky doo-doo. My research that he urged ended with the Wikipedia page that explains what it is. It ends with this debunking criticism that explains it’s being used as a smear from the left and no reputable scholars would use it. But then again Toot’s not exactly a “scholar” and of course has the reputaton and intelligence of a hyena.

    Criticism of the usage of the term “dominionism”[edit]
    Those labeled dominionists rarely use the terms “dominionist” and “dominionism” for self-description, and some people have attacked the use of such words.[1] Journalist Anthony Williams charged that such usage aims “to smear the Republican Party as the party of domestic Theocracy, facts be damned”.[59] Journalist Stanley Kurtz labeled it “conspiratorial nonsense”, “political paranoia”, and “guilt by association”,[60] and decried Hedges’ “vague characterizations” that allow him to “paint a highly questionable picture of a virtually faceless and nameless ‘Dominionist’ Christian mass”.[61] Kurtz also complained about a perceived link between average Christian evangelicals and extremism such as Christian Reconstructionism:
    The notion that conservative Christians want to reinstitute slavery and rule by genocide is not just crazy, it’s downright dangerous. The most disturbing part of the Harper’s cover story (the one by Chris Hedges) was the attempt to link Christian conservatives with Hitler and fascism. Once we acknowledge the similarity between conservative Christians and fascists, Hedges appears to suggest, we can confront Christian evil by setting aside ‘the old polite rules of democracy’. So wild conspiracy theories and visions of genocide are really excuses for the Left to disregard the rules of democracy and defeat conservative Christians — by any means necessary.[60]
    Joe Carter of First Things writes:
    [T]here is no “school of thought” known as “dominionism”. The term was coined in the 1980s by Diamond and is never used outside liberal blogs and websites. No reputable scholars use the term
    for it is a meaningless neologism that Diamond concocted for her dissertation.[62]
    Diamond has denied that she coined the broader use of the term “dominionism,”[63] which appears in her dissertation and in Roads to Dominion solely to describe Dominion Theology. Nevertheless, Diamond did originate the idea that Dominion Theology is the “central unifying ideology for the Christian Right.”[24]
    Jeremy Pierce of First Things coined the word “dominionismist” to describe those who promote the idea that there is a dominionist conspiracy, writing:
    It strikes me as irresponsible to lump [Rushdoony] together with Francis Schaeffer and those influenced by him, especially given Schaeffer’s many recorded instances of resisting exactly the kinds of views Rushdoony developed. Indeed, it strikes me as an error of the magnitude of some of Rushdoony’s own historical nonsense to consider there to be such a view called Dominionism [sic] that Rushdoony, Schaeffer, James Dobson, and all the other people in the list somehow share and that it seeks to get Christians and only Christians into all the influential positions in secular society.[64]
    Lisa Miller of Newsweek writes that “‘dominionism’ is the paranoid mot du jour” (referring to the French for “word of the day”) and that “certain journalists use ‘dominionist’ the way some folks on Fox News use the word sharia. Its strangeness scares people. Without history or context, the word creates a siege mentality in which ‘we’ need to guard against ‘them’.”[65] Ross Douthat of the New York Times noted that “many of the people that writers like Diamond and others describe as ‘dominionists’ would disavow the label, many definitions of dominionism conflate several very different Christian political theologies, and there’s a lively debate about whether the term is even useful at all.”[66]
    Other criticism has focused on the proper use of the term. Berlet wrote that “just because some critics of the Christian Right have stretched the term dominionism past its breaking point does not mean we should abandon the term”,[67] and argued that, rather than labeling conservatives as extremists, it would be better to “talk to these people” and “engage them.”[68] Sara Diamond wrote that “[l]iberals’ writing about the Christian Right’s take-over plans has generally taken the form of conspiracy theory”, and argued that instead one should “analyze the subtle ways” that ideas like Dominionism “take hold within movements and why”.[31]

    • Because olo says:

      Difference being that sharia is central to all flavors of islam, where most Christians have never heard of dominionism.

      One of these things is not like the other…

    • Because olo says:

      Ah! So that’s where I’ve seen the term “Rushdoony” before.

      Toot really is into the bonkers conspiratorial left shit up to his ponytail, huh?

  3. Chunky's Missing Brain says:

    Flashback! The first time I noticed the ridiculous smears being peddled by Chuck C. Johnson:
    12 hours ago

    Ah the good old days. Like remembering that first time you copped a feel.

    • Octopus says:

      Oh, those Moderate Muslims! What will they think of next? 😆

      …and Fatass is all giggity-goo over “Dominionists.” A pretend-thing, while the world is burning from a real threat. Misled.

  4. Octopus says:

    Why is it so impossible for Fatass McDumbth to ever acknowledge his mistakes? You see this a lot, in cretins of any stripe, but especially in striped hyenas of the Left who tend to live in fantasy world. I’m going to read this book, and try to understand the problem a little better:

    I won’t buy it from Chunky’s Amazon store, though. Last time I wandered in there, P-LOL was on the floor praying to Mecca, with a butt-plug in his mouth. Misled.

  5. Chunky's Missing Brain says:

    A new cause for Mr. Toot!! Racist Whitesboro, NY symbol clearly shows an entitled, privileged honky attacking and strangling a gentle noble Native American who’s land has been stolen.

  6. Because olo says:

  7. ISpeakJive says:

    Something useful for those of you with Android thingies.

  8. Chunky's Missing Brain says:

    Tuesday Night Podcast Jam: The Bob and Chez Show, 7/7/15
    13 hours ago

    Mr. Toot does tireless good works for the libturds. Except when he feels like sleeping in.

    Business plan:
    Start shit on internet
    Swindle people on GoFundMe (and/or Hit the tip jar!),
    Use employed people’s money to pay bills,
    Sleep in daily.

  9. kbdabear says:

    People with actual jobs, pension fund managers, and states like California which are counting on the Stock Market bubble to enable the fantasy that they can spend all sorts of money they don’t have.

    • kbdabear says:

      But Toot will lament that CNN is spending all that time reporting on the stock market when there’s important things like Chuck Johnson and White Supremacists running loose that they’re not reporting on to Toot’s satisfaction

    • Chunky's Missing Brain says:

      Wow. Way to make it clear you’re a lightweight idiot, Toot.

    • Because olo says:


    • Because olo says:

    • trebob says:

      Charles never learned what they meant when they talked about the word “volume” in regards to the stock market or why stock prices go up and down. What a dope.

      • Because olo says:

        He knows exactly what volume is. If the first tweet is ignored, turn up the volume. Repeat until ICYMI!!1

  10. kbdabear says:

    Typical Toot, scream that he deserves credit and recognition from the bunker, while never giving credit to those whom he gets his “cutting edge” content from.

    I wonder if that’s why Toot hasn’t worked in the music business since the mid-90’s; come up with some half-assed riff derived or outright nicked from more creative guitarists, then whine over and over about how he should get songwriting credit.

  11. kbdabear says:

    But won’t people miss out on your awesomely cool flash animations?

  12. kbdabear says:

    “Just a glitch, happens all the time, nothing to see here. Now back to CUTTING EDGE breaking stories about CHUCK JOHNSON!!!”

  13. Juan Epstein says:

    Sorry, Bru.

    As soon as that went out people said it was prob shopped.

  14. pineapple says:

    I think the first occurrence of this photo on the internet already had the flag Photoshopped out, then the original photo with the flag showed up later.

    Prove me wrong!

  15. Voltaire's Crack says:

  16. Octopus says:

    We talked about it last week, how the gay marriage thing was NOT going to be the end of the Left’s attack on Christian churches. Tax-exempt status is under attack, for sure.

  17. Octopus says:


    The Belief That CO2 Can Regulate Climate Is “Sheer Absurdity” Says Prominent German Meteorologist

    Physicist and meteorologist Klaus-Eckart Puls was interviewed by Bettina Hahne-Waldscheck of the Swiss magazine “factum“.I’ve translated and summarized the interview, paraphrasing for brevity.

    factum: You’ve been criticising the theory of man-made global warming for years. How did you become skeptical?

    Puls: Ten years ago I simply parroted what the IPCC told us. One day I started checking the facts and data – first I started with a sense of doubt but then I became outraged when I discovered that much of what the IPCC and the media were telling us was sheer nonsense and was not even supported by any scientific facts and measurements. To this day I still feel shame that as a scientist I made presentations of their science without first checking it. The CO2-climate hysteria in Germany is propagated by people who are in it for lots of money, attention and power.

    factum: Is there really climate change?

    Puls: Climate change is normal. There have always been phases of climate warming, many that even far exceeded the extent we see today. But there hasn’t been any warming since 1998. In fact the IPCC suppliers of data even show a slight cooling.

    factum: The IPCC is projecting 0.2°C warming per decade, i.e. 2 to 4°C by the year 2100. What’s your view?

    Puls: These are speculative model projections, so-called scenarios – and not prognoses. Because of climate’s high complexity, reliable prognoses just aren’t possible. Nature does what it wants, and not what the models present as prophesy. The entire CO2-debate is nonsense. Even if CO2 were doubled, the temperature would rise only 1°C. The remainder of the IPCC’s assumed warming is based purely on speculative amplification mechanisms. Even though CO2 has risen, there has been no warming in 13 years.
    – See more at:

    • Because olo says:

      What? There’s no big Peavey amp in the sky? That’ll make some people peevish.

    • Chunky's Missing Brain says:

      No way. The science is settled.

      The water level rises/ The fish are in a crisis

      • rightymouse says:

        I thought the waters were supposed to recede on Obama’s election but New York city was going to be under water by now anyway. I wish libs would make up their minds.

  18. Because olo says:

    First, you have to have a fair amount of money, Toot. How’s the begging going?

  19. Octopus says:

    Chunky sez, “Fuck yeah, I’m a social justice warrior.”

    Yes you are, Fatass. You display all the traits. 😆

    • rightymouse says:

      Several years ago, I was at a reception following a Unitarian Church service for a family friend who had passed away. The lady who had died was a lovely woman who was a close friend of my MIL. Anyway, I had never been to a Unitarian Church and enthusiastically greeted everyone. My, oh, my. I felt as though I had been transported back to the 60’s even though I had not lived here at the time. Many of the ladies I met had long, braided grey hair and were dressed in flowing, flowered skirts & sandals. They cornered me and wanted to know my thoughts on social justice while sharing their views quite forcefully. Fortunately, I was unable to get a word in edgewise. 🙂

      • Octopus says:

        I’ve been to that same church, ‘Mouse. I saw the aging hippie-chicks, too. Two of my nieces belong to one near here, and one of them got married there. Instead of Bible readings during the service, they read a long excerpt from “The Velveteen Rabbit.” Which I’m fine with, whatever floats your spiritual boat, but…weird.

        Note: when their father remarried after the divorce, he married a Jehovah’s Witness. Five years later, he converted to that cult. Now he can’t celebrate any holidays, religious or civic, and no birthdays either. So, he never shows up for anything. Mr. Popular!

    • Because olo says:

      Gravity is so sexist!

  20. pineapple says:

    No that would be your SJW libtard side that’s easily bruised asshole. You know, your side that wants to give all the kids a trophy.

    • Because olo says:

      • Octopus says:

        Oh, my. And this, after his long, drunken rants about rocketry and theology in the past week. 😆

    • trebob says:

      I read that article. Nichols nails it.. It’s not enough that Takei’s side and view “won” in the majority, he needed to ridicule and vilify the “losers” in the minority. It’s not enough to have control and obedience, you must have no disagreement or opposition at all, the very definition of totalitarianism.

      Notice, no rebuttal from Charles either. Only insults. The author is “a professor of national security affairs at the U.S. Naval War College and an adjunct professor in the Harvard Extension School” and Charles Johnson, G.E.D. holder, thinks he’s ridiculous and stupid,

      • Because olo says:

        There’s no question that Toot supports this. And he laughs, because he’s too stupid to know what the word means. He’s proudly totalitarian, or he wouldn’t have been playing the twitter gulag game. But he’s so stupid, he thinks the word means something other than exactly that attitude.

        It’s his milyo. Let him sleep in it.

  21. pineapple says:

    This is what butthurt looks like, or should I say big fat asshurt?

  22. Because olo says:

  23. Octopus says:

    The SJW video I posted earlier, borrowed from Ace today, made reference to “the progressive stack.” I wasn’t sure what that was. Here’s what they’re talking about…trigger-warning, if you have a sensitive gag-reflex. 😆

    • Because olo says:

      AKA pecker order.

      • Octopus says:

        Speaking of peckers, I heard a very amusing story tonight about the rapper Tyga, who’s been dating the underaged Jenner girl. Seems he’s also been sexting a popular tranny porn star, and somehow the pics of his dick made it onto the internet. Now he’s supposedly got the FBI tracking the emails of the person who was shopping his dick-pics around. The salient point to me, is Tyga was sexting a tranny who still famously sports a large penis — does it make it weird, that his underaged girlfriend’s father is also a tranny with a penis?

    • pineapple says:

      Let’s just give all these SJW assholes Greenland.

  24. Because olo says:

  25. pineapple says:

    Trump is sure getting the libtards all riled up.

    He wouldn’t be my first choice but I’m enjoying the lulz.

  26. Octopus says:

    Shuttin’ down the synapses…all five of them…

    20 minutes ago
    No shit.
    22 minutes ago
    Per stupid,
    23 minutes ago
    .@JebBush Swimming Pool!
    24 minutes ago
    Estoy aqui.
    28 minutes ago
    RT @AFP: Greek PM vows ‘credible’ reforms as deadline looms
    29 minutes ago
    Too cold. Yes.
    31 minutes ago
    What a shit awesome fuck of followers. Damn.
    32 minutes ago
    I have such wonderful followers.
    33 minutes ago
    You need to chill out. @DineshDSouza
    39 minutes ago

  27. Because olo says:

    Rage impotently, Toot.

    • ISpeakJive says:

      Man, the butthurt! It’s because he no doubt recognizes himself in the characterization.

      Tom Nichols is dead-centered right over the target, takin’ the flak. 🙂

    • Minnow says:

      SEVEN retweets Barry! Wow, not bad for someone with a 7th Grade education!

  28. Chunky's Missing Brain says:

    @Wilson__Valdez And Nichols bragged that the disgusting racist Rush Limbaugh promoted his crappy article. These people suck.
    1 hour ago

    Toot is so stupid. If Rush is a racist then Toot was too when naming him an honorary LGF lizard. Why won’t Toot cop to the truth and admit that by his current standard his blog was a racist, bigoted hell hole? And it was “all him”! He took pride in it being solely his baby. Why has he never apologized to minorities for being a hating racist bigot?

    • Octopus says:

      He was misled. Not his fault. A 60-year-old man can’t be expected to know his own mind, for 8 years or so…misled!

  29. Chunky's Missing Brain says:

    Hah! Toot will want to jump on this and demand the black Christian judge be impeached.

    But wait ’til you see who is backing his impeachment.

    The Left is already calling for the impeachment of Toledo Municipal Judge Allen McConnell who respectfully declined to marry a same-sex couple Monday.

    “I declined to marry a non-traditional couple during my duties assignment,” he said per Reuters. “The declination was based upon my personal and Christian beliefs established over many years. I apologize to the couple for the delay they experienced and wish them the best.”

    Another Ohio judge, William Connelly, Jr., stepped in and performed the gay-wedding for the two women.

    Reuters also reports that McConnell is looking for direction on this issue from the Ohio Supreme Court.

    Regardless of the fact that the lesbian couple were still awarded the ceremony, mainstream leftists like Glenn Greenwald believe McConnell should be impeached because he won’t violate his religious conscience.

    As you’ll see below, Greenwald’s reasoning is based on bullying and force, not tolerance or even legal reasoning.


    — Glenn Greenwald (@ggreenwald) July 8, 2015

    • Octopus says:

      It isn’t enough for gay marriage to be legal. Everyone has to buy into the concept, no matter what their religious beliefs may be…unless they’re Muslim. Haven’t heard of any mosques being pressured to perform gay marriages. I’m sure that’s on the agenda, as soon as this judge’s career is destroyed.

      • Octopus says:

        This case illustrates the New Totalitarian mindset perfectly. Get on the bus, Fatass!

        From the Nichols article:

        There’s a basic difference in the traditions of political science between “authoritarians” and “totalitaritarians.” People throw both of these words around, but as is so often the case, they’re using words they may not always understand. They have real meaning, however, and the difference between them is important.

        Simply put, authoritarians merely want obedience, while totalitarians, whose rule is rooted in an ideology, want obedience and conversion. Authoritarians are a dime a dozen; totalitarians are rare. The authoritarians are the guys in charge who want to stay in charge, and don’t much care about you, or what you’re doing, so long as you stay out of their way. They are the jefe and his thugs in a brutal regime that want you to shut up, go to work, and look the other way when your loudmouthed neighbor gets his lights punched out by goons in black jackets. Live or die. It’s all the same to the regime.

        Totalitarians are a different breed. These are the people who have a plan, who think they see the future more clearly than you or who are convinced they grasp reality in a way that you do not. They don’t serve themselves—or, they don’t serve themselves exclusively—they serve History, or The People, or The Idea, or some other ideological totem that justifies their actions.

        They want obedience, of course. But even more, they want their rule, and their belief system, to be accepted and self-sustaining. And the only way to achieve that is to create a new society of people who share those beliefs, even if it means bludgeoning every last citizen into enlightenment. That’s what makes totalitarians different and more dangerous: they are “totalistic” in the sense that they demand a complete reorientation of the individual to the State and its ideological ends.

  30. Charles, in order to keep your blog on the cutting edge of technological innovation, please invent an LGF smartphone app.

    Have special alerts with distinctive sounds, like Nazi Alerts, Anti-Islamic Alerts, and Flag Alerts. Make every alert impossible to turn off unless the LGF app is opened.

    The LGF app will use an unreasonably high amount of data and will take 10 minutes to load on a smartphone due to ads from southeast Asian porn sites, unless you have a membership.

    The LGF app will then give you the LGF story with the link to the actual story on another website. While this sounds odd, you must remember Charles is too busy to create actual content.

    The most important button on the main screen of the LGF app is the button for an instant donation of money directly to Charles Johnson so that he can continue to dutifully smear anyone he wants to on Twitter an on the LGF site. The credit card information stored in the app is secure. There is no legal guarantee. You’ll just have to trust Charles on that one.

    • Octopus says:

      Maybe have an Uber-type taxi service, except the drivers are all Thai ladyboys. They could also deliver food from local artisanal cheese artistes, with sass and class. “Foodber.” In states where it’s legal, they could also deliver prime bud direct to your front door, and then negotiate about the back door option. “Doober.”

      There’s an app for that. Chunky is going to be richer than Croesus!

    • Because olo says:

      That would mean graduating form javascript to real java. I don’t see that happening.

    • Bud, Cheetos, and Breaking News too? There’s an app for that!

  31. Pakimon says:

    4:24 AM in Culver City.

    The Corpulent Ponytailed Blogger awakes from his slumber with racism senses tingling.

    “There’s White Privilege afoot!” he thinks to himself as he waddles to his computer amidst the clouds of stirred up Cheetos dust and the clatter of overturning Mountain Dew bottles filled with urine.

    He must inform the world before it’s too late! 😆

  32. Octopus says:

    WHAT productive work? Your job is begging and whining. The website redesign went completely unnoticed by anyone, despite the blizzard of tweets about it. 😆

  33. Octopus says:

    This is awesome news! The state will now be able to track wrongthink and hate-speech better than ever. This is what we’ve been working on, the past 7 years. It’s a brave new world.

  34. Octopus says:

    Genius Clinton son-in-law destroys investors, betting huge on Greek recovery.
    “Socialism can work!” 😆

    Chelsea and her dumbass hubby live in an $11M apartment building they purchased with cash. Clinton Foundation cash, no doubt. It’s been described as “a luxury fortress.” 😆