Mr. Toot fails at humor again

The overweight ward of the state makes a pathetic attempt at humor again.


This was a lame joke by Mr. Toot.


192 Comments on “Mr. Toot fails at humor again”

  1. windbag says:

    Chuckles’ brain at work when he’s trying to make a connection to current events.

  2. SpaceAllah says:

    How about a wall between Fatass and his fridge?

  3. Because olo olololololo hahahahah pfffffft snort teeheeheehee says:


    • Because olo olololololo hahahahah pfffffft snort teeheeheehee says:

      Tell me about how everybody wants carbon caps too, Toot. 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆

    • Arachne says:

      They don’t want guns in the hands of crazies, or criminals, or domestic abusers. Neither do I. Those laws are already on the books. But the problem is if the crazy behavior or domestic abuse doesn’t get reported, we can’t keep them from getting a gun. That crazy in Tucson got a gun before the dumbass SHERIFF, as a favor to the family, didn’t arrest the little shit when he behaved badly.

      Will you also be reporting, Chubby Cheeks, on how Americans really feel about birthright citizenship and deporting illegals? Yeah, I didn’t think so.

    • Bunk X says:

      If Cain hadn’t had access to firearms, Abel would have lived.

  4. And this is a lame post on an extraordinarily lame blog.

    Wait…call Charles “Mr. Toot” again. That one kills every time.

    Seriously, does Ann Coulter know you’re lifting her material without attribution?

    • Octopus says:

      Ann Coulter doesn’t know you’re alive, Fatass. Why would she know about a blog devoted to mocking your immense ass? 😆

    • Chunky's Missing Brain says:

      Did you know Chunky McFartles has documented why you are a left wing moonbat scumbag racist insane vitriolic hater who’s out of control?

      Kirchick: Left-Wing Hatred Out of Control for Years
      By Charles Johnson
      Opinion10/22/08 9:29:53 am • Views: 1,489
      We’ve been documenting the extreme hatefulness (racism, antisemitism, hate speech, conspiracy theories, you name it) that is overwhelmingly common among left-wingers and Obama supporters for years, and the New Republic’s James Kirchick points out the abysmal hypocrisy of the media—where this vitriolic nastiness has been completely ignored in their rush to demonize the McCain campaign: Who are left-wing haters to point fingers at John McCain?


      Do you notice how familiar the language is Stanky? Ya see “We” (who’s we Chunky?) have been documenting the LEFT wing bad craziness for YEARS…..etc… See it’s extreme hatefulness, it’s racism, it’s hate speech, it”s conspiracies, it’s vitriolic and it’s nasty!! Doesn’t he mean the wingnuts, Stanky??? No Stanky, he’s talking about YOU.

      Also do you support Preezydunce Obungle? If you do Chunky has explained on LGF why you’re an insane hater who unfairly hates and bashes Sarah Palin, someone he clearly admires.

      Here’s Chunky defending his lady love Sarah Palin (and John McCain) against the hating haters of hateyness aka the vitriolic Obungle supporters. They’re hateful, they’re rabid, they’re mean, they’re….well you get the picture.

      Palin-Hatred Reaching Rabid Level
      By Charles Johnson
      Politics10/21/08 8:50:49 am • Views: 4,511
      The media keep yammering on about John McCain and Sarah Palin’s imagined “subtle racism,” but they’re silent about the ugly, in-your-face demonization and hatred you can easily find everywhere Obama supporters hang out. This morning’s example: A Truly Frightening Prospect.
      And the media! So unfair to McCain and Palin being racists. Of course since then LGF commenters have routinely denounced John McCain as a racist.

      You should quit being such a hater Stanky.

    • How’s the GoFundMe account going? Have you made enough to “Continue fighting the right wing” yet?

    • Arachne says:

      Wonder how everybody feels about you lifting their stuff and trying to make people believe it’s YOURS?

    • SpaceAllah says:

      You know, Lardass always said, GET YOUR OWN BLOG. Well, we did. It must eat him up that he can’t control what people say about him here, which unfortunately for him, consists of the truth. Moron was ‘duped’ for the better part of a decade yet calls the people he was ‘duped’ by morons? So by his own admission, his entire world view was shaped by the people he calls dangerously unhinged and insane. That said, why the fuck would anyone give any pay attention to a man whose mission appears to consist of gaining as much weight as possible while being a first rate asshole? The only reason I care is because I like to see self-righteous, smug assholes such as him eat shit continuously. He’s so fucking stupid he gets ‘duped’ and ‘parrots’ the left-wing marching orders of the day, and winds up on the wrong side of almost every issue. Charles is a bloated, self-important, smug without cause, backstabbing moron that can never admit when he’s wrong and he has a list of things he is wrong about as long as the fire hose he uses for a belt now.

      • Arachne says:

        And he’s too much of a pussy to come over here. He SENDS people or pretends to be someone else.

      • Octopus says:

        I’m 99.9999% sure Stankclair is Chunky. Basically, the same degree of certainty as DNA testing, that shows a match in crime scenes and paternity tests. So, if the complete idiot who posts here as Frank Sinclair, Stabby and Dr. Matt is somebody else, it’s somebody who’s absorbed the Chunky-persona to the max, including the lack of humor, subscription to discredited nonsense like AGW-theory, and all the left-wing political boilerplate of a wannabe Koz Kiddie. In other words, it doesn’t even matter if it’s not Chunky, because it is Chunky, on a deeper level of dumbth.

        But, it is Chunky. I know it, you know it, and he knows it. And he knows, we know it. 😆

      • Because olo says:

        And given his Ron Jeremy fixation … well … you get the idea.

      • Octopus says:

        Well-stated, SpaceAllah. These are tenets we’ve long observed, but it’s nice to have them re-stated occasionally. For the official record. 🙂

      • ISpeakJive says:


        He were for it before he were against it.

        For me, but not for thee.

      • Wow Octo. That is some cutting edge Sherlocking you’ve done there.

        But you’re still wrong. I am not Charles. I am me.

      • Pakimon says:

        Ron Jeremy likes to “sherlock” frank’s mom’s ass.

      • rightymouse says:

        Stanky is a pathetic ass-kisser/licker. Yeesh.

    • “Feeding time” is what Ron Jeremy said to your wife before giving her a protein bath.

      • Octopus says:

        That’s hilarious, Fatass. Could you take a bath, yourself? You stink from the head down, like a rotten salmon somebody took out of the freezer, sucked for awhile, and then dropped and forgot.

      • SpaceAllah says:

        Yeah. So, um, care to explain how you value someone’s opinion so much that you come here constantly to defend said someone when the guy is so easily ‘duped?’ When he railed for years against people like you because people like us held him under some kind of voodoo mind control? Who’s to say he won’t ‘wake up’ tomorrow to claim that he’s been ‘duped’ yet again? How can you respect someone who never claims to be wrong and stabbed everyone her formerly associated with in the back? Why do you defend some weak minded parrot that claims no real convictions, because no one spins on a dime like that. Especially not fire hose belt Charlie Three Chins, who is now on a mission to become literally the world’s biggest asshole. A backstabbing, lying, conceited weak minded fool like that is really worthy of your time in defense. Yet still you come here with your feeble insults that have no bite or basis and reek of a pitiful defense of the indefensible. Be careful the next time you talk to Charles. If you speak too fast you might mesmerize him and he might lose all control of his belief system and ‘reasoning’ abilities, since he is so easily misled and duped.

      • Pakimon says:

        I think frank has bigger issues. 😆

        ” I am not Charles. I am me.”

  5. Voltaire's Crack says:

    There is a Trump hotel going up between the White House and Capitol building. I suppose one could say that it presents a barrier of luxury between the two.

    So Chuck is kind of getting his wall after all.

  6. Abu penis penis penis lol says:

    Ten qualoos Fuckface’s little quip gets an ICYMI tweet. He’s so impress with himself.

  7. Captain Death says:

    A wall between Charles and the women’s lingerie department.

    • Arachne says:

      From the Gus Twitter Theater:

      “Actually got stuffed with a Hungry Man dinner sans the brownie. First time in a while.”

      Saving up for it?

      • livefreeor die says:

        Did he not have enough spare change for the brownie?

      • Octopus says:

        Sometimes, the stockboy who is in charge of disposing the Safeway expired TV-dinners goes ahead and eats the brownie or “Apple Streusel” dessert item. He’s a stoner, and he loves his sugary snacks.

      • Because olo says:

        When and where I grew up, “brownie” was a synonym for “wedgie”. Maybe Gus is saying he managed to get the TV dinner without getting a wedgie.

      • Octopus says:

        My response to this line of speculation turned scatological, so I let it go. Keepin’ it classy. For a change. 😆

      • ISpeakJive says:

        I had no idea “Hungry Man” dinners were still a thing. So sexist.

        The idea of eating re-hydrated, dehydrated peas and carrots that taste metallic, like the tray what brung ’em, is revolting in the age of aeroplanes and summer veggies from every hemisphere, on demand.

        Aluminum still contributes to Alzheimers, right??

      • Because olo says:

        You haven’t had a TV dinner in a while, have you? The got rid of alunim … alumen … metal trays like about 30 years ago. They’re all some sort of organic biodegradable compressed fiber stuff now.

        Same for pot pies. Ax Gus if you don’t believe me.

  8. livefreeor die says:

    Chunk could BE the wall if he works at it.

  9. Octopus says:

    “Bitch” is the proper word for designating the female mother of canine litters. Also applies to weak-sister losers like Gustavo who go to prison for repeated violations of vagrancy and public intoxication statutes.

    • Because olo says:

      My fixed pooch loves him some bitches. Especially when they’re hot or in heat or whatever that is. He just can’t figure out which end the ding dong goes in.

      Kinda like Bill.

      • Octopus says:

        Sometimes, a cigar is just a cigar. Sometimes, a cigar is a penis. How can you expect a dog to know the difference, when man cannot?

        Also, fuck you, Freud. Everything is not an Oedipal showdown. Sometimes, it’s just horny dogs who see a nice fertile bitch, and their hindquarters start humping involuntarily. You know what it’s like, when you’re hopped-up on the medicinal cocaine, and you get to thinking about things….you’re just lucky they didn’t have the Pornhub, back in Vienna. 😆

  10. Octopus says:

    Well, a Vernon/Bryce monster could come in shooting after being race-baited into a frenzy by the likes of your race-detectives, and the receptionist’s gun could jam as she attempts to cut the slaughter short. Or, a cop’s gun could be grabbed by an improperly-cuffed detainee, leading to deaths in the booking room.

  11. Chunky's Missing Brain says:

    The Texas podcast that called for the lynching of white people and the killing of cops appears to have been taken down from their page. While links to the program, “Sunshines F**king Opinion Online Radio” can still be found, the program’s page is no longer there. The podcast called for people to kill cops just days prior to the execution of a Harris County sheriff’s deputy.

    So let’s just take stock. Chunky says Pam Geller. who merely poked fun at Allah by holding a drawing contest is irresponsible and using “hate speech”. And it’s clear he’s against her free speech rights.

    Yet black radicals calling for cop murders, and getting them – is not hate speech. And he’s totally for that. And last I could tell he’s literally against the cops whom he’s repeatedly called racist murderers in so many words.


    • Minnow says:

      Dat racisssss… don’ you know black man cain’t be racisssss. It whitey’s fault.


      • Octopus says:

        Ebonics is teh racissss. Vester included that in one of his lawsuits against his employers, claiming he heard somebody being told to stop talking Ebonics. I remember when Oprah had the nerve to say that same thing, to her fellow blacks seeking work in Corporate America. You’d have thought she told her African-American people to offer themselves as unpaid cotton-pickers, the way she was attacked for axing people to talk white.

      • Bunk X says:

        Cosby said the same thing and was lauded for it (prior to all the bimbo eruptions).

      • Bunk X says:

        Even Frank Zappa admonished, “You can’t even speak you’re own fucking language.”

  12. Minnow says:

    speaking of which….

    Is there one other woman in the USA at this point who perms her hair like Debbie Wasserman Bimbo does?

    You know – like it’s still 1970?

  13. Because olo says:

    Worpdress being stupidy.

  14. kbdabear says:

    Of course, “don’t even look at the comments”, because you might discover that Toot has mischaracterized and outright lied about their nature and content. Oh, and people looking there might spend time reading Breitbart instead of the Toot Asylum

  15. kbdabear says:

    Poor Toot, the music business just won’t beg him to sign a huge record deal and Toot must scream at his TV because “lesser talents” than Toot are being recognized while he sits home stalking his enemies and trolling Twitter

    • Because olo says:


      Microaggression against shipboard workers.

      • Octopus says:

        And yet he continually posts specious “#nowplaying” tweets that proclaim his love and appreciation of all tings twee. What gives, Chunky? Were you misled, musically?

    • Chunky's Missing Brain says:

      But the host Miley Cyrus just came out as “fluid” sexual. That’s like the new black. Is Chunky admitting to being a racist?? Or just an intolerant old fat white dude? Does he still beat up gays on the way to the Klan rallies? I sure hope he’s stopped doing that although he hasn’t yet denied it.

      • Octopus says:

        I love Miley Cyrus. I thinks that l’il warbler is hawt, and smawt about the marketing angle. She can sing, too. When i was her age, I had smoked enough sticky-icky to permanently affect my depth-perception, and I was all about getting laid, too, which appears to be one of her priorities. I think I would have liked her back then. I bet she’s going to grow up to be a very protective and stern parent, someday. I’ve seen it happen so many times, with the wild ones. 😉

    • Bunk X says:

      Typing “Fuck” twenty-three times counts as inanity, not profanity, baboso.

      Charles, if you tried to make a sailor blush, he’d likely whack your third chin so hard it’d cover your face, clear your balding head, pass by your jazzy ponytail and smack your fat ass to hell before it whips back and sends your balls up to where your second chin resides.

    • Arachne says:

      And if they invited him, he’d be all onboard with them.
      This is what I would expect from someone whose “video” career was pretty composed of him hopping around onstage dressed as a Dreamsicle.

  16. kbdabear says:

    Poor Toot, instead of appearing on music awards shows because fusion jazz made a comeback, he’s reduced to chasing Millenials off his Twitter lawn

    • livefreeor die says:

      Wow-Chunky lecturing people about exploitation. What was that deal his groveling toadies had to sign on to to get rid of advertising?
      And who bugs same toadies to use his Amazon link so he gets teh money?

  17. Chunky's Missing Brain says:

    Here’s more Chunky doing the gut works against the evil moonbat leftwing crooks. LOL!! Publishes Fake Sarah Palin SATs
    By Charles Johnson
    Politics10/11/08 9:20:10 am • Views: 1,274
    0Share0, the ethics-devoid pseudo-blog that published Sarah Palin’s private email, is now hawking another creepy little invasion of privacy: Sarah Palin’s High-School Grades?

    But this is what happens when you race to the bottom and sneer at ethical behavior along the way; you get taken in by obvious fakes: Nutroots use my SAT scoresheet to forge ‘Palin Grades’.


    Idiots? Oh yes. Idiots.

    Letsee….circa 2008:
    Nick Denton’s Gawker = scumbags racing to the ethics-devoid bottom AAAAND idiots!
    Sarah Palin = innocent victim of privacy invasion as well as smeared by the left with fraudulent grade records

    Whereas in 2015:
    Nick Denton’s Gawker = heroes of Truth and Justice fighting the gut fight against the evil Ginger
    Sarah Palin = bimbo word salad chef AAAAND idiot.

    Who on Earth believes this fricking whackjob flip flopper idiot and his inept con job lies other than the dimwits at LGF? He’s just basically said the same exact negative shit about both sides.

  18. livefreeor die says:

    By the way, Chunkles.
    Palin doesn’t need you to defend her. She could take you down with an empty Mountain Dew bottle and have you hog-tied before you can say, “Turn coat stalker monkey”.

  19. JimboXL says:

    To make the idea of building a much needed wall more palatable to loudmouth progressive pigs, it should be defined as a larger version of the gated communities they live in, except with a wider variety of viewpoints and skin color.

    • Octopus says:

      That’s it, Jimbo. 😆

      America as a gated community, for the precious snowflakes. The Left will eat it up. The monied-Left, I mean. The ones who get their special snowflake unicorn messiahs elected, despite their incompetence and total lack of experience in any relevant areas.

  20. Octopus says:

    It’s nearly impossible for popular musicians to stay relevant over long periods of time. When Dylan came out with this album, I was in a place where it meant a lot to me, after being a huge fan who’d grown bored and disenchanted with his commercial output. The first time I heard this album, on a cassette I’d recorded off a Canadian late-night show that previewed new music, I knew it was going to be one of his classics. I still have that cassette, but I don’t have a cassette player, right now. I do have the Youtube, though.

  21. Octopus says:

    OOOHHH, the ever-present spectre of the exploitative commercial biznatch!

    Shaddap, Fatass. You can only dream of any kind of financial success, musically or any other kind of way. 😆

    • just charles says:

      you’re being exploited!!!

      PS: Hey check out my now playing list and purchase it from my link to amazon!!

  22. Octopus says:

    Berry Gordy was livid in the extreme, trying to get his valuable property named Marvin Gaye to put out some more love-songs, instead of this “socially-conscious shit.” They really battled over the release of this album, which Gordy saw as a complete waste of time…until the record became yoooge, and embraced as a masterwork by the counterculture, both white and black.

  23. PeteP says:

    By saying that only Democrats should be allowed in the White House, Chucky is calling for a one-party state, once again revealing his inner Marxist leanings.

  24. Arachne says:

    I just re-read Dennis Prager’s response to Fatass’ 10-point manifesto. I forgot how well Prager exposed him as a bullshit artist and essentially tore him a new one.

    • This should be read by one and all in its entirety. Apologies for sucking up so much bandwidth, guys.

      An Open Letter to Charles Johnson
      Tuesday, Jan 26, 2010

      On Sunday, The New York Times Magazine featured an article on Charles Johnson, whose website — littlegreenfootballs — had for years been very popular among conservatives and among all those who believed that Islamic terror and Islamic religious totalitarianism were the greatest expressions of contemporary evil. The reason for the article was that Mr. Johnson has made a 180-degree turn and is now profoundly, even stridently, anti-right. This is my letter to him.

      Dear Charles:

      As you know, over the years, I was so impressed with your near-daily documentation of developments in the Islamist world that I twice had you on my national radio show — both times face to face in my studio. And you, in turn, periodically cited my radio show and would tell your many readers when they could hear you on my show.

      Arguing with Idiots By Glenn Beck

      So it came as somewhat of a shock to see your 180-degree turn from waging war on Islamist evil to waging war on your erstwhile allies and supporters on the right. You attempted to explain this reversal Nov. 30, 2009, when you published “Why I Parted Ways With The Right.”

      You offered 10 reasons, and I would like to respond to them. First, as disappointed as I am with your metamorphosis, I still have gratitude for all the good you did and I respect your change as a sincere act of conscience. But neither this gratitude nor this respect elevates my regard for your 10 points. They are well beneath the intellectual and moral level of your prior work. They sound like something Keith Olbermann would write if he were given 10 minutes to come up with an attack on conservatives.

      1. Support for fascists, both in America (see: Pat Buchanan, Robert Stacy McCain, etc.) and in Europe (see: Vlaams Belang, BNP, SIOE, etc.).

      Associating the American right with fascism is done only by leftist ideologues and propagandists, not by serious critics. It is akin to calling everyone on the left a Communist. As for the specific examples, forgive me, but in 28 years as a talk show host and columnist, I had never heard of Robert Stacy McCain or of Vlaams Belang. Nor did the BNP or SIOE register on my intellectual radar screen.

      I looked them up and found that McCain is a former editor at the Washington Times charged with racist views. So what?

      The BNP is the British National Party, a racist group that in the last U.K. general election received 0.7 percent of the popular vote. So what?

      SIOE stands for Stop Islamisation of Europe. I perused its website, and while there are ideas I disagree with (e.g., the group does not believe that there are any Muslim moderates), the desire to stop the “Islamization” of Europe is hardly fascist; it is more likely animated by anti-fascism.

      Vlaams Belang is a Flemish nationalist political party that won 17 out of 150 seats in Belgium’s Chamber of Representatives. From what I could gather from a cursory glance at the party’s platform, it is an ultra-nationalist Flemish party, many of whose language protection and secessionist ideals are virtually identical to those of the Party Quebecois, a party passionately supported by the left.

      In any event, what do any of these groups have to do with mainstream American right institutions such the Hoover Institution, the Heritage Foundation or the American Enterprise Institute; or with mainstream conservative publications and websites such as the National Review, the Weekly Standard, or Commentary; or with mainstream American conservatives such as Bill Kristol, Thomas Sowell, Hugh Hewitt, Charles Krauthammer, George Will, Bill Bennett, Michael Medved, Dennis Prager, as well as Sean Hannity, Bill O’Reilly and Rush Limbaugh?

      2. Support for bigotry, hatred, and white supremacism (see: Pat Buchanan, Ann Coulter, Robert Stacy McCain, Lew Rockwell, etc.).

      I agree with the late William Buckley that some of Pat Buchanan’s views could be construed as anti-Jewish; I don’t know who McCain or Lew Rockwell represent among mainstream conservatives; and to label Ann Coulter a white supremacist (or bigot) is slander.

      3. Support for throwing women back into the Dark Ages, and general religious fanaticism (see: Operation Rescue, anti-abortion groups, James Dobson, Pat Robertson, Tony Perkins, the entire religious right, etc.).

      “The entire religious right” wants to throw “women back into the dark ages?” As a religious (Jewish) conservative, perhaps I am a member of that group, and I find the charge absurd. The one example you give — anti-abortion — is invalid. To those who regard the unborn as worthy of life (except in the almost never occurring case of it being a threat to its mother’s life), opposition to abortion is no more anti-woman than opposition to rape is anti-man. The only people who wish to throw women into the dark ages are the people you, Charles, used to fight. That is why your change of heart has actually hurt the battle for women’s dignity and equality.

      4. Support for anti-science bad craziness (see: creationism, climate change denialism, Sarah Palin, Michele Bachmann, James Inhofe, etc.).

      So, Charles, all those scientists who question or deny that human activity is causing a global warming that will render much of life on earth extinct are “anti-science?”

      Has the possibility occurred to you that those who are skeptical of what they consider hysteria cherish science at least as much as you do? In fact, they suspect that — for political, social, financial, psychological and/or herd-following reasons — it is the “global warming” hysterics who are more likely to be anti-science.

      Activist scientists, liberal media and leftist interest groups brought us the false alarm of an imminent heterosexual AIDS pandemic in America, the false alarm about silicon breast implants leading to disease and the nonsense about how dangerous nuclear power is. They were anti-science, not us skeptics who have been right every time I can think of.

      5. Support for homophobic bigotry (see: Sarah Palin, Dobson, the entire religious right, etc.).

      This charge is particularly ugly. It appears that you have decided to fight all the “hate” you allege to be on the right with your own hate. Why exactly is it “homophobic bigotry” to want to maintain the millennia-old definition of marriage as the union of men and women? The hubris of those who not only want to change the definition of the most important institution in society but believe everyone who ever advocated male-female marriage was a bigot — meaning everyone who ever lived before you, Charles — is as breathtaking as it is speech-suppressing.

      6. Support for anti-government lunacy (see: tea parties, militias, Fox News, Glenn Beck, etc.).

      What you call “anti-government lunacy” most Americans regard as preserving the greatest protector of individual liberty — limited government.

      7. Support for conspiracy theories and hate speech (see: Alex Jones, Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck, Birthers, creationists, climate deniers, etc.).

      I am no fan of Alex Jones, who, coincidentally, has attacked me on his website as a “Jewish propagandist.” But please. The amount of hate speech in one Keith Olbermann commentary dwarfs any 12 months of Rush Limbaugh or Glenn Beck. In any event, the real irony here is that before your inexplicable change, it was you who devoted years to documenting the greatest amount of hate speech on earth today — that coming from within the Islamic world. If you still hated hate speech, you would still be doing that important work.

      As for believing in conspiracy theories, your new team wins hands down — from multiple assassins of JFK to the American government being behind 9-11 (it was even believed by a high-ranking member of the Obama administration) to the war in Iraq waged on behalf of Halliburton.

      8. A right-wing blogosphere that is almost universally dominated by raging hate speech (see: Hot Air, Free Republic, Ace of Spades, etc.).

      From what I have seen, your examples do not justify your charge. Moreover, for every right-wing “raging hate” speech website, there are probably three on the left. The major conservative sites are overwhelmingly rational and devoid of “raging hate.” Given my longtime respect for you, Charles, it pains me that it is your list of 10 reasons for abandoning the right that is a prime example of “raging hate.”

      9. Anti-Islamic bigotry that goes far beyond simply criticizing radical Islam, into support for fascism, violence, and genocide (see: Pamela Geller, Robert Spencer, etc.).

      I saw Pamela Geller’s site (The New York Times Magazine article about you cited it — Atlas Shrugs — and mentioned nothing remotely approaching your charges against her or her site) and I’ve interviewed Robert Spencer. Your charges against them only cheapen the words “fascism,” violence” and “genocide.”

      10. Hatred for President Obama that goes far beyond simply criticizing his policies, into racism, hate speech, and bizarre conspiracy theories (see: witch doctor pictures, tea parties, Birthers, Michelle Malkin, Fox News, World Net Daily, Newsmax, and every other right wing source).

      The charge is a lie. Period. Those who cannot argue with the right always accuse it of racism. It used to work, Charles. But it is increasingly obvious to all but fellow leftists that the charge is specious. Opposition to President Obama has nothing to do with his race. Indeed, he continues to be more popular than his policies.

      When you were on the politically and morally right side, Charles, you provided massive evidence for your positions. Now you throw verbal bombs. What happened? If you would like to tell me on my radio show, you are invited to do so. I miss you.

      • After almost seven years, I doubt anyone misses Charles. Had Charles just simply said that he disagrees with ideas/policies advocated by [some] conservatives, and stated factually why he disagreed, he would never have lost the respect he has since squandered. Had Charles been content to just walk away, nobody would have really cared. But, as Prager recognized at the start, Charles became “rabid” in his own rage and hate. Charles is neither a force for intellectual clarity or honesty, nor is he even a proponent of rational opposition. He is a sick, twisted and evil malignant narcissist — just like everyone else he now calls his friends and allies.

      • Arachne says:

        IKB – I absolutely agree. If he’d acted like an adult about it no one would have cared. It’s happened before. It’ll happen again. Someone on the left turns right and vice versa. The fact that he wanted to be a dick about it and act like a complete shitbag as he kicked 15,000 people off his blog and smeared them without any opportunity to defend themselves was the act of a coward.

        The beauty of course is that his total lack of intellect and erudition is now completely exposed.

      • Because olo says:

        Please don’t mention Icky Toot and “exposed” in the same sentence.

      • PeteP says:

        And never did accept Prager’s invite to go on his radio show which is interesting because he’s happy to go on Bob Cesca’s podcast even though Cesca has a much smaller audience.

        Maybe it was because he knew Prager would ask tough questions so he chickened out. Like Arachne said, he’s a coward.

      • Arachne says:

        I doubt that Cesspool has anything resembling an “audience”. He has juveniles looking for bathroom humor.

      • Because olo says:

        Them talking about pooping on the floor = hilarity.

        Us saying “penis penis penis lol” = microagression.

  25. Because olo says:

  26. kbdabear says:

    Once again Toot intentionally twists what was actually said

    • kbdabear says:

      BTW Toot, I thought you were NEVER going to watch Chuck Todd again because he BLOCKED you

      • Arachne says:

        Did Todd really block him? Wow, considering they are both such left-wing shills, Todd must have really been annoyed by Fatty and didn’t want his crap showing up in his timeline.

      • Chunky's Missing Brain says:

        Yes I recall him whining about it when it happened. True they’re both on the left but even Todd tries to maintain some plausible narrative other than GOP = KKK Nazis. Obviously he doesn’t have time for Chunko’s particular brand of barking at the moon, fever induced delusions.

  27. Because olo says:

    Here we go…

    • kbdabear says:

      Uh, no Toot, it wasn’t an expiration of the loan of the bust because that was an open ended loan, and the Brits didn’t ask for it back.

      It was a giant “fuck you” because his commie daddy who Jugears never met blamed the British for all his problems

    • trebob says:

      Wrong again Charles. Geez, you sure are Mr. Consistent, as long as we’re talking about being consistently wrong.

      Bust was on loan (British property) but loan was extended to the “New” President and was refused. Get that Charles, offered and refused. You understand that right? Kinda like you offered your sweaty advances to Pam and she refused them (and threw up a little in her mouth).

      • Because olo says:

        I just had a diabolical thought. The comic opera of Pam and Mr. Toot. 😈

        Sort of like Die Fledermaus only more ridiculouser.

      • Because olo says:

        Make that traji-comic. And Gus can play the drunk in the jail.

      • Abu penis penis penis lol says:

        Awesome! Moving forward I’ll see Otis Campbell of Mayberry every time I read about Gooos. *snort*
        Hope you’ll join me.
        / thankfully he never reads here

  28. Because olo says:

    No, let’s rename these things after the Indians they were originally named after. Next, let’s change Mt. Rainier back to Mt. Tahoma, and the Puget Sound back to the Salish Sea.

    Fuck all those Brit Huguenots. They can go back to France.

  29. kbdabear says:

    Toot, 5 minutes debating Levin and you’d be drooling on yourself trying to get your strawmen lined up

    10 minutes would be like watching bullies kicking the retarded kid on the playground

    • kbdabear says:

      • kbdabear says:

        I’ll never forget the “brilliant” thinker David Frum making his kid call into Levin’s show, Levin called Frum a coward and when Frum came to the phone, all he could do was giggle

      • Charles, you can throw mud at Levin from behind your little wall of denial. But up against Levin, he’d grind you like cheap sausage. He’s has more accomplishments in his younger life than you could ever hope for. Shall we start with his millions of followers on his nationally syndicated radio show, or his several NYT best selling non-fiction tomes? You are not only stupid, but you are jealous. You miserable, fucking hack.

      • Pakimon says:

        It’s hilarious how Chunky pathetically trolls well known and successful radio personalities hoping they’ll mention him by name on their shows.

        Unfortunately for the fat ponytailed dickhead, they are well aware of what he’s doing so they make it a point to completely ignore him.

        Nothing makes a delusional, rotund, ponytailed asshat more peevish than being ignored.

        Except maybe Ron Jeremy buggering his mom. 😆

  30. kbdabear says:

    Gus, you’d still be in the same spot even if there was a labor shortage. Nobody wants to hire you to send bizarre one word tweets or retweets of your master’s ICMY updates on Ginger

    • Yeah, Gus — because assholes like you keep letting illegals who depress wages enter the country. And your rent goes up because property taxes rise to pay for entitlement programs and benefits for public sector employees who do nothing for you.

      • Pakimon says:

        Just wait until the illegals start taking up all the vacant garage space and start scarfing up all the Banquet chicken pot pies… then he’ll change his tune.

        He won’t do anything constructive, like getting a job but he’ll change his tune. 😆

  31. kbdabear says:

    Just a simple question; Has Toot ever talked about anything other than his enemies and his fantasies about what a Renaissance Man he is?

  32. Chunky's Missing Brain says:

    Mark Levin net worth: Mark Levin is an American lawyer, author and radio host who has a net worth of $5 million.

    Chunky net worth: Chunky McDumbth is a fat moron who steps on his dick on Twitter. Only figuratively however as he hasn’t actually seen his dick since 2010. His net worth is a negative number.

  33. Juan Epstein says:

    What did the natives call Culver City before Europeans colonized the shit out of it?

    You’re a European settler, Johnson.

  34. pineapple says:

  35. Octopus says:

    Sterno kills enough brain-matter that the hangover-headache is negligible, as the organ is in shock. Canned heat neat, barkeep!

  36. Octopus says:

    Heheh…Chunky and Gus are OBSESSED with the Denali, all of a sudden. 😆

    Next on the Naming Agenda: Mount Rushmore. The Sioux called it, “Six Grandfathers.” The UN has been ragging on the USA to return this sacred land to the Wild Indians, Mr. Toot Sweet.

    • Because olo says:

      That’s misogynist. They’ll have to change it to “six grandmothers”, whether the Sioux like it or not.

      • Octopus says:

        Indians had different approaches to marriage and sexuality. It wouldn’t be out of the question for tribe members to have lots of grandmothers and/or grandfathers. Some of them might be both. 😉

        In other news, I’m my own Grandpa.

      • Because olo says:

        Ok, now you’re sounding like Frank Sinclair.

      • Because olo says:

        You know, I must be kinda slow. It finally hit me. Frank’s in Clair.

        Clever, Mr. Toot. I’m sure you heard that from the Hawaiian kids giggling their toots off in grade school when they weren’t giving Haoles wedgie-brownies.

  37. Octopus says:

    In a battle of wits, it is considered foolhardy to bring a knife to a gunfight.

    Chunky brings a half-eaten salmon popsicle.

    • Minnow says:

      Just like Iowahawk I see.

      Oh wait, Iowahawk never has to explain that he is providing humor.

      It’s alright Barry, every tweet of yours contains the “dumbass” tag.

      We understand.

  38. Because olo says:

    Oh, crap. I summoned the demon.

  39. Octopus says:

    Hey, Fatass…about that “shoo-in” presidential candidate of yours…

    Perhaps you were mumbling “Schwinn?” As in, “If only I had kept riding my Scwhinn, I wouldn’t be so gargantuanly obese now.” Anyway, Hillary’s cooked. She’ll need a pardon to avoid prison. 😆

  40. Bunk X says:


  41. Octopus says:

    Why isn’t Chunky wailing and gnashing his teeth about the black-on-black slaughter that’s ensued in this summer, since the race-baiters went ballistic about a couple of criminals killed in encounters with police? Don’t all black lives matter?

  42. Octopus says:

    It would be wonderful to see Moochelle debating Shrillary on the campaign trail. 😆

    The Liberal MSM would have to make a painful choice. Who would they decide to back?

  43. Octopus says:

    Has Chunky tweeted his condemnation of Glenn Beck’s “Message Of Hate” rally yet? I mean, surely these psychotic Christians would quickly devolve into a murderous mob, right?


    Led by conservative activist and talk show host Glenn Beck, thousands of people chanting “All Lives Matter” marched the historic civil rights route from Kelly Ingram Park to Birmingham City Hall this morning.

    “It’s about taking our church out in the streets,” Beck said. He said marchers came from as far away as China, Dubai and the Netherlands.

    Actor Chuck Norris, a conservative activist known for his martial arts, action movies and TV show “Walker, Texas Ranger,” marched about two rows behind Beck. Alveda King, a niece of civil rights activist the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., marched in the front row. Bishop Jim Lowe, pastor of the predominantly black Guiding Light Church in Birmingham, co-organized the march with Beck and marched with him at the front. As a child, Lowe attended Sixteenth Street Baptist Church, where the march started, a headquarters church for the civil rights movement in Birmingham. Lowe and his sisters were in the church when a KKK bomb blew up the church and killed four little girls on Sept. 15, 1963.

    Watch 20,000 people march with Glenn Beck in Birmingham
    Conservative talk show host Glenn Beck marched with over 20,000 supporters Saturday through the streets of Birmingham. The “All Lives Matter” march started at the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church and ended at the BJCC where Beck is holding a Restoring Unity Rally. (Joe Songer/
    “Love is the answer,” Lowe said as he marched. “God is the answer.”

    As the lead marchers passed City Hall and approached the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex, the end of the crowd extended back south on 18th Street to where the group turned north off Sixth Avenue North.

    They held “All Lives Matter” signs and others such as “Justice” with a picture of Abraham Lincoln and “Courage” with a picture of Frederick Douglass. A blimp flew overhead with the Twitter hashtag and slogan “#All Lives Matter.” T-shirts carried that theme and “Never Again is Now.”

    The march was part of Beck’s “Never Again is Now” campaign to raise awareness and funds to aid persecuted Christians in the Middle East.

    About 8,500 of Beck’s fans registered, at $12 each, to attend a “Restoring Unity” rally at the BJCC Legacy Arena today at noon. At least that many took part in the march. Beck and Lowe were among the speakers at the rally. Oscar-winning actor Jon Voight made an appearance, leading the crowd in the pledge of allegiance. Voight portrays Alabama football coach Paul “Bear” Bryant in the movie “Woodlawn,” which was filmed in Birmingham last year and will be shown at the arena tonight at 7 p.m. Tickets are $12.

    Voight also took the stage to sing and dance with the Guiding Light Church choir. “I was standing out there with Glenn,” Voight said after coming onstage.

    “I started dancing back there, because this is my favorite music,” Voight said. “‘Worthy of the glory, worthy of the power.’ It’s so wonderful, so I said, ‘I want to get up there.’ And so Glenn, he says, ‘Go ahead.'”

    Voight added: “That’s the first time I was ever part of a gospel group.”

    Voight said he was going to share the stage with Norris, who he called an old friend, but Norris said his wife felt ill after the march and he had to take care of her.

    Rafael Cruz, father of Republican presidential candidate U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas, marched and led a prayer at the rally. “I wasn’t sure about the son and then I met the father,” Beck said at the rally. “That tree has deep, deep roots.”

    Beck supporters have been swarming downtown Birmingham since Friday. More than 5,000 attended a rally at Guiding Light Church on Friday night, with Beck and Lowe speaking.

    Wearing a Yankees cap, Steve Titus of Chicago, 63, and his wife, Terri, 62, wore red, white and blue clothing.

    “As chaotic as our country is right now, the history of this city will help us to unify, racially and spiritually,” Titus said. “It’s really in the spirit and words of Martin Luther King Jr.”

    “The United States has really become divided,” Terri Titus said. “We want life for everybody. How does it feel to have a movement start in your town? It’s happened again.”

    The Rev. Wiley Drake, a Southern Baptist pastor from Buena Park, Calif., and chairman of the Congressional Prayer Caucus, took part in the march and said Baptists should stand with Beck, a Mormon, to fight for the moral direction of the nation.

    “I consider him to be a brother in Christ,” Drake said. “I don’t agree with Glenn Beck’s religion, but I’m a Baptist and he probably doesn’t agree with my religion. We’ve got to get beyond denominations and being divided.”

    Paul Jablonowski, 46, who works for the U.S. Department of Defense in Huntsville, brought a shofar, the ram’s horn used to signal the start of the Jewish High Holy Days.

    He blew the trumpet from the top steps of the BJCC Legacy Arena as the crowd arrived. “I believe it does something in the spirit,” Jablonowski said. “It invites the Lord to do his work.”

    Dave Haibach, 67, of Campbellsville, Ky., and Jablonowski attended Beck’s “Restoring Honor” event in Washington, D.C., several years ago.

    “This is even greater,” Haibach said. “Glenn Beck keeps getting deeper into his message. He is a watchtower for us. I praise God for him.”

  44. Because olo says:

    Tweet furiously, Toot!

    • Because olo says:


      • Arachne says:

        Uh, someone inform this dumbass that it isn’t the effing GOP that’s going after his beloved Hillary. Its the DOJ and FBI – which are run by OBAMA.

        I notice he has 18 favorites but only 1 retweet. Folks are saving this to laugh at your ass.

    • Octopus says:

      Nothingburgers and Nontroversies, as far as the eye can see. 😆

      Don’t forget to duck!

  45. Octopus says:

    The media fawned over the comparatively-tiny “Black Lives Matter” rally, and ignored the Beck-led rally. No wonder Fatass missed it. 😆

    There was no choir singing “Pigs In A Blanket,” the cop-killing anthem beloved by BLM enthusiasts. Pity.

    Press Fawns Over Minn. ‘Black Lives Matter’ Rally, Ignores 20K ‘All Lives Matter’ March

    By Tom Blumer | August 31, 2015 | 3:00 PM EDT
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    On Saturday, “more than 20,000” people — perhaps as many as 25,000 to 30,000, according to some police — marched through the streets of Birmingham, Alabama at a Glenn Beck-led “Restoring Unity” rally chanting “All Lives Matter.” The event has been described as possibly “the largest march in Birmingham since the civil rights marches of 1963.”

    Searches at Google News and at the Associated Press’s main national and “Big Story” sites indicate that no establishment press outlet gave the rally national coverage. The AP only managed to push out terse three-paragraph and seven-paragraph local stories. Meanwhile, a Reuters story on the less than peaceful march by the “Black Lives Matter” crowd attended by an estimated 325 (compared to an expected 900) in Minneapolis was carried at Yahoo News and the New York Times (at least).

    The Reuters story from Minneapolis by Marisa Helms carried at Yahoo ignored much of what really happened there. It also contained two now-ironic paragraphs at the end which were apparently written before the march took place (bolds and numbered tags are mine):

    Black Lives Matter marches on Minnesota State Fair

    Several hundred protesters from the Black Lives Matter movement marched to the Minnesota State Fair on Saturday to bring attention to race issues ranging from policing to underrepresentation of minorities at one of the nation’s biggest state fairs.

    The mixed-race crowd, including senior citizens and children, chanted slogans [1] along the 1-1/2 mile route and briefly lay down on a bridge south of the fairgrounds.

    “There’s a cliche that Minnesota is nice to everyone, but that’s not the case for people of color,” said 51-year-old marcher Tim, who did not want to give his last name because event organizers said they had received death threats. [2]

    “As a white person I want to be vocal about that … This (protest march) is a small inconvenience to state fair traffic compared to what people of color experience every day,” he said.

    … Black Lives Matter, a decentralized national movement [3] against racism in policing and the justice system, gained momentum last year during protests over police killings of unarmed black men.

    The group also pressures 2016 presidential hopefuls [4] to address issues such as mass incarcerations of African Americans.

    (final two paragraphs)

    The demonstration is expected to stay outside the fairgrounds due to a state restriction.

    Rashad Turner, organizer of Black Lives St. Paul on Friday reminded protesters to remain peaceful. [5] “Our opponents will claim victory if they push someone over the line. I don’t know about you, but let’s not give them the satisfaction.”


    [1] — Gosh, Marisa, what “slogans” were the marchers chanting? One of the answers “Pigs in a Blanket!” (HT Gateway Pundit):

    [2] — “Death threats,” eh? Well, if true, it’s obviously reprehensible, but the sympathy meter here is really low, given how routinely Black Lives Matter participants issue death threats — including the aforementioned “Pigs in a Blanket,” which is a generalized death threat against everyone in law enforcement — and employ intimidation to make their dubious points.

    [3] — Describing Black Lives Matter as “a decentralized national movement” is sheer fantasy. It is an Astroturf effort funded by white-guy George Soros, and was at least until recently co-led by a guy who his family says he is white. It is so “decentralized” that its top-down main national players somehow manage to travel to wherever they think they can foment their next episode of discord and chaos.

    [4] — Excuse the pun, but what a whitewash. What Helms describes as “pressure” from Black Lives Matter has been disruption of speeches and intimidation of candidates. At least three of whom — Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and Martin O’Malley — have given the “Black Lives Matter” unearned legitimacy by pretending that the group has legitimate grievances.

    [5] — Chanting “Pigs in a Blanket” (while being escorted by police officers, by the way) is not “peaceful.” It’s a death threat targetin an entire group. Deliberately blocking traffic is arguably a form of violence, and in a protest situation “is illegal without a permit.”

    “Black Lives Matter” gets media coverage, but with kid gloves, and 20,000 people in Birmingham with a genuinely uplifting and unifying message get ignored. The double standard could not be more obvious.

  46. Octopus says:

    You must be ROFLMAO-ing all day long, reading your master’s tweets. 😆

    • Octopus says:

      “Mummy-Fluffer” is a job Garage Boy might be interested in pursuing. He’s had a lot of practice behind Safeway.

  47. Octopus says:

    Some of these emails are just mind-boggling. 😆

  48. Chunky's Missing Brain says:

    Preezydunce Obungle wants to be perfectly clear. Executing police officers is in poor taste and frankly, just not the way to go about getting things done, tempting as it is.

  49. Chunky's Missing Brain says:

    The GOP is the party of fake outrages and bogus controversies, an endless parade of scams and hoaxes.
    8 hours ago

    Put this in the category of things you Tweet right before raiding the fridge and binge-ing yourself to sleep in a huff of existential disatisfaction.

    • Octopus says:

      Prior to the Moronic Conversion of 2009, he said the exact same thing about the “Dhimmicrats.” Many times a day. 😆

  50. Octopus says:

    Well-stated, Jonah:

    The tragedy for Hillary Clinton is that she is all too human. As Bill’s mortal sidekick, she’s had a good ride. But whereas Bill has an almost Jedi-like ability to lie convincingly – “these aren’t the interns you’re looking for” – Hillary has no superpowers to fall back on. She just has to grind it out. Like Syndrome in The Incredibles or the entire cast of Kick-Ass, she has to compensate for a lack of raw superpowers through guile and technology – and minions, lots and lots of minions. They do her dirty work for her. They burrow into the bureaucracy and cover for her. They get appointed to commissions and erect firewalls against accountability. They tell her what she wants to hear and explain how all bad news is someone else’s fault. They scrub the paper trail. They even shove classified evidence in their pants, if that is what is required. As Renfield to her huband’s Dracula, Otis to his Lex Luthor, Gogo Yubari to his O-Ren Ishii , Alistair Smythe to his Kingpin, Tom Hagen to his Don Corleone, Bizarro World Radar O’Reilly to his evil Colonel Potter, she has amassed considerable resources and abilities of her own. There’s now an entire Clinton-Industrial Complex that fuels and funds the vast interconnected network of minions. They are like agents of Hydra, embedded in the media, in government, and in academia. Places like Media Matters are like huge industrial farms for breeding Clintonian hacks where the larvae are grown in vats.
    …But the problem remains; Hillary is not the charismatic leader her husband is, or was. She’s good at cleaning up the loose ends of her husband’s lies, but she’s not the person you want out front laying down the lies in the first place. His superpowers did not rub off on her, and to assume they did is to confuse the elephant for the guy sweeping up behind it.

    The thing is, Hillary’s been riding shotgun on all those hairpin turns with Bill behind the wheel for so long she thinks she can do what he does. She can’t. It’s understandable, of course. The great ones always make it look easy.

    — Jonah Goldberg

    • ISpeakJive says:

      “”Places like Media Matters are like huge industrial farms for breeding Clintonian hacks where the larvae are grown in vats.”

      Hahahahahah….Chunky, they’re talking ’bout choo…..hahahahahaha

  51. Chunky's Missing Brain says:

    This is one where you just kind of scratch your head….

    So……she received a memo from David Brock about his efforts to intimidate a female colleague of Justice Thomas (using blackmail from her divorce) to retract her contributions to a book (and evidently putting her under considerable mental duress) in order to be able to discredit Thomas. So he could be impeached because (and here’s the zinger) he’s a threat to women’s issues (that’s Proglish for Roe v Wade, the cornerstone for their overall effort to get gubmint paid abortion/contraception).

    Yes Chunky’s progturd pals are perfectly willing to harass, bully and blackmail women in order to ….help women!