But I played with Al Jarreau! Addendum: Mr. Toot’s take on the Democrat debate

It’s become obvious Charles Johnson needs a a new hobby. One activity that many Americans are embracing are drones. They are entertaining and challenging at the same time, plus just outright fun.

In this video a bunch of fools flew their drone around LA’s skid Row. As you can see, it almost did not end well for them,.

If Charles had been confronted by gangsters for flying a drone, I could see a stupid response from him. Mr. Toot would say that he played with Al Jarreau and supports Black Lives Matter. None of this would have done him any good with the Bloods or Crips.

Speaking of AL Jarreau, Charles was not performing with him in the below video.

This was one of Al’s biggest hits and Icarus was not on it!

Addendum: Mr. Toot who is a jerk of all trades and master of none, gives his take on the Democrat debate. He goes after Jim Webb, who was the only sane Democrat on that stage and sings the praises of Hillary Clinton.

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I hope Charles is getting paid to write this crap.

150 Comments on “But I played with Al Jarreau! Addendum: Mr. Toot’s take on the Democrat debate”

  1. Speranza says:

    No orange overalls?

    • Arachne says:

      Of course, I do love pointing out over and over and over again that he wasn’t invited to appear on the Duke tribute album, being produced by Stanley Clarke and Al Jarreau. So, I’m thinking maybe neither one of them have fond memories?

  2. Because olo says:

    >>> Bu I played with Al Jarreau!

    Bu bu bu
    Bu bu bu
    Play it Mr. Toot!

  3. Octopus says:

    Yes, this. Is shrieking insanity.

  4. Because olo says:

  5. Octopus says:

    Fatass was not asked to supply one of his face-melter guitar-solos to this little ditty, either:

  6. Doppel milyo says:

    I don’t usually ridicule Charles for his geetar playin days
    Fact is, it’s pretty cool he was able to get to the level of playing with the guys he played for.
    Most people never ever get to that level

    what I do like to ridicule is how a man who had talent and used it, now wallows in the twitterverse having slap fights with Dana Loesch. Telling the world about his automatic block button and how anybody that wins an argument with him can fuck off

    he’s a pathetic shell of a human being. a fat shell but a pathetic loser who went from some small bit of fame to being a complete jerkoff nobody, with a failed go fund me and thai hooker ads on his malware ridden blog

    • pineapple says:

      Every time I see Fatso in the old videos he reminds me of a goofy Ted Nugent wannabe in disco pants.

    • OLT's I've Struck Cheetos says:

      You can’t have a Twitter slapfight unless the other person slaps back.

      Most ignore Stalker Charles.

      That’s why he has to constantly reminisce about Ginger Chuck.

    • kbdabear says:

      From the videos I’ve seen of his playing, he was competent but not gifted. Kind of like the Mario Mendoza of music.

      It’s possible that Toot freelanced and never joined the musicians union (that would require him to pay dues and probably has a 4 figure entry fee similar to SAG)

      He was competent at playing a guitar and worked cheap, something he has in common with thousands and thousands of American males.

      • Because olo says:

        It didn’t appear he was giving them what they wanted. That’s subcompetent.

        • Octopus says:

          I find his playing to be soulless noodling, of the worst sort of jazzy dreck.

        • Bunk X says:

          He did manage to get an audition with Frank Zappa. That’s some cred, even though he didn’t make the cut. That had to be where he met George Duke.
          “C’mon, Barry…”

          • Octopus says:

            I think he said he was recording in the same building as Zappa. Don’t recall him saying he auditioned for him, but he might have told that lie. He lies a lot.

  7. KingKuffa says:

    In other news, Maine due to drop the mask and show its RACISM for the world to see tomorrow with the start of constitutional carry.


  8. kbdabear says:

    Not getting much help there are ya, Toot…

    • OLT's I've Struck Cheetos says:

      Wouldn’t Progs and Dems rather that you were supported by taxes than charity?

      Isn’t that their business model?

      • Arachne says:

        I guess it’s just a coincidence that I made fun of his GoFundMe page yesterday over at the Mother Ship.

        You can help Little Green Footballs continue fighting against the crazed right wing stealing articles and photographs written/taken by others by donating to our fundraiser:

    • Because olo says:

      Crazed. 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆

  9. Because olo says:

    Which proves exactly what, Toot?

    • pineapple says:

      I’m shocked I tell ya… it’s almost like the liberal media is in the tank for Hillary. Strange. I’m glad Fatso pointed this out.

    • Arachne says:

      I don’t give a crap if Bernie’s sick about hearing about emails.
      She’s an effing lying, stinking criminal Bernie.
      Don’t recall you ever saying you were sick about hearing about Valerie Plame. Maybe you could link to it.

    • Arachne says:

      Buzzsawmonkey at the Mother Ship pointed this out:

      Bernie’s line, “They’re sick and tired of hearing about your damn emails!” sounds—at first listen—as if he’s dismissing the emails.

      Not necessarily.

      He was also saying, obliquely, that Hillary has too much baggage. “We’re tired of hearing about your damn emails” can be seen just as easily as being a way of saying, indirectly, “get the hell out of the way, you scandal-ridden hag.”

      And frankly, Beastie and Fatty are forgetting a very important fact. Yes, the GOP is questioning her on the emails, but it is the FBI and the DOJ who have the open investigation. And THEY belong to a Democrat administration!! All the negative information about the emails is coming from them!

  10. JimboXL says:

    The Dim party is so healthy and alive they keep losing midterms, fight against voter ID laws everywhere, then have to flood the country with illiterate illegals who aren’t wanted in their own country, in order to get votes for their side. Also add automatic voter registration to their bag of tricks. Then to top it off they have no candidates to choose from and put on a show debate to prop up the re-tread Hillary. At least you could say the Republicans have a large selection, too many for a single debate stage.

    • Because olo says:

      Don’t forget all-mail voting, like in Washington and Oregon. Talk about the perfect opportunity for crooks.

    • JimboXL says:

      How is promising fantasy level amounts of funding for everything and promising to drop the sea level and lower the earth’s temperature a debate? How is that any different than a 1st grade pretend debate? What a laugh. Does a Dim voter even expect that the person they vote for should have to do anything responsible or just break things and blow out the budget?

      • ISpeakJive says:

        One of the Republicans needs to break out the flip boards and sharpie ala’ Ross Perot and explain for the masses the CO2 situation. As in this is what it is, this is what the Dems want to do, this is what it will cost, this is the infinitesimally tiny temp change that would result.

  11. kbdabear says:

    Can we call you “Toot”, please?

  12. ISTE says:

    Totally off topic.. (except a loose connection to drones being blasted out of the sky by Mr Mossberg. Charles is now vulnerable to attack by drones!!!!! BRC next project….)


    While some homeowners are turning to shotguns to deal with unwanted drones, federal agencies and law enforcement lack the necessary technology to deal with this increasing menace. However, thanks to Battelle Innovations and its new DroneDefender, law enforcement now has an anti-drone system designed to disable a drone without blasting it out the sky.

    The new DroneDefender uses radio pulses to disable a hostile drone within a 400 meter radius. These pulses interrupt the communication system of the drone, making it think it is out-of-range. The drone’s safety protocols then kick in, forcing the drone to either hover, return to its point of origin, or descend slowly as it prepares to land. Because the weapon jams communication with the nearby operator, the DroneDefender also can prevent detonation and other remote functions.

    Read more: http://www.digitaltrends.com/cool-tech/battle-innovations-anti-drone-gun/#ixzz3oal1Uuf7
    Follow us: @digitaltrends on Twitter | digitaltrendsftw on Facebook


    A naughty drone is not a toy model aircraft remotely controlled by a radio held in some acne covered geek…

    A naughty drone is told where to go, what to do and sent on its journey without any further contact.

    It don’t listen to radio! It don’t need one…….

    But that is a secret…


  13. pineapple says:

    Rahm Emanuel Blames Chicago Crime Increase On Backlash Against Police Brutality


    How bout that? We’ve deballed the police. They must tiptoe around BLM. It’s disgusting.

    Rahm ain’t no wingnut.

  14. Because olo says:

  15. Octopus says:

    You. Don’t. Have. Any. Friends. 😦

    …except usses. We think you’re really groovy, man. Tell us about how you brought down that Rather guy, again? With the throbby thing?

    • Bunk X says:

      We’ll have some laffies when The ReWriteRather Movie That Doesn’t Mention Little Green Footballs comes out.

      That’s alright, Charles. It probably doesn’t mention Howlin’, Buckhead or Jeremy Chrysler either, just like you didn’t.

    • Arachne says:

      I bet if we walked up to Nathan East and asked him if he knew Charles Johnson his response would be that he’s not a fan of the Carolina Panthers.

  16. pineapple says:

    Playboy magazine to stop publishing pictures of naked women


    Now when you hear someone say “I only read Playboy for the articles” they’ll mean it.

  17. sven10077 says:

    “but I played with Al-Jazeera!”

    //Honest Charles Johnson

  18. kbdabear says:

    Toot would love to have a drone to keep tabs on Pammy from “The Office”.

    Of course, once she noticed the drone hovering out her bedroom window and blew it out of the air, Toot would accuse her of terrorizing him.

  19. Bunk X says:

  20. Bunk X says:

  21. Pakimon says:

    Coming soon to a university near you!

    It’s… penis penis penis lol on campus!


  22. Because olo says:

    Uh-oh. Flags.

  23. Because you're dumb says:

    Noticed by Chunky.

    Church Seeking Sin Confessions Beats Teen to Death, Puts Brother in Hospital lgf.bz/1OwHmLp
    1 hour ago


    Not noticed by Chunky.
    2015.10.13 (Maiduguri, Nigeria) – Four other people are wiped out by three Fedayeen suicide bombers in an otherwise peaceful neighborhood.
    2015.10.13 (Jerusalem, Israel) – Two Palestinians board a bus and begin hacking and shooting Jews, killing two.
    2015.10.13 (Jerusalem, Israel) – A Palestinian rams into a group of Israeli pedestrians then hacks several with a meat cleaver, killing a 60-year-old rabbi.
    2015.10.12 (Mukoko, DRC) – ADF Islamists hack eight people to death with machetes.
    2015.10.12 (Kandahar, Afghanistan) – A UN doctor is shot to death on her way home.
    2015.10.11 (Mora, Cameroon) – Eleven people are pulled into pieces by a Fedayeen suicide bomber.

    Weekly Jihad Report
    Oct 03 – Oct 09
    Jihad Attacks: 49
    Allah Akbars*: 10
    Dead Bodies: 342
    Critically Injured:316
    *Suicide Attacks

  24. Because you're dumb says:

    It doesn’t take a genius, but of course geniuses agree Climate Scam proponents like Chunky McFatso are full of shit.


    The dangers of carbon dioxide, he believes, have been much overrated. In a foreword to a report for The Global Warming Policy Foundation by Indur Goklany called Carbon Dioxide: The Good News, – as reported here at Breitbart – he says:

    To any unprejudiced person reading this account, the facts should be obvious: that the non-climatic effects of carbon dioxide as a sustainer of wildlife and crop plants are enormously beneficial, that the possibly harmful climatic effects of carbon dioxide have been greatly exaggerated, and that the benefits clearly outweigh the possible damage.

    I consider myself an unprejudiced person and to me these facts are obvious. But the same facts are not obvious to the majority of scientists and politicians who consider carbon dioxide to be evil and dangerous. The people who are supposed to be experts and who claim to understand the science are precisely the people who are blind to the evidence.

    He likens the “climate change” issue to some of the other “irrational beliefs” promoted through history “by famous thinkers and adopted by loyal disciples.”

    Sometimes, as in the use of bleeding as a treatment for various diseases, irrational belief did harm to a large number of human victims. George Washington was one of the victims. Other irrational beliefs, such as the phlogiston theory of burning or the Aristotelian cosmology of circular celestial motions, only did harm by delaying the careful examination of nature. In all these cases, we see a community of people happily united in a false belief that brought leaders and followers together. Anyone who questioned the prevailing belief would upset the peace of the community.

    Dyson’s refusal ever to accommodate himself with the modish notions of the hour may explain why, unlike some of his less distinguished and brilliant contemporaries over the years, he has never been awarded a Nobel Prize.

    He concludes:

    “I am hoping that the scientists and politicians who have been blindly demonizing carbon dioxide for 37 years will one day open their eyes and look at the evidence.”

  25. Because you're dumb says:

    When leftists attack:


    This guy is another that calls out the Climate scam perfectly:

    In a video to promote his book Climat Investigation (Climate Investigation), Verdier said:

    Every night, I present myself to five million French people to talk about the wind, the clouds, the sun. And yet, there are some things of importance, of great importance, that I haven’t been able to tell you, because it is neither the time nor the place.

    We are hostage to the planetary scandal of global warming — a war-machine designed to keep us afraid. At its heart, it’s a science manipulated and politicized, of conflict of interest, of corruption, of sexual scandal, then the politics, which serves nothing but their image and their thirst for power.

    The media, weakened [or blinded], loses control of itself and engages in censorship due to pressure by shareholders and advertisers.

    Oppressive financial interests, a self-serving engine, a new religion, the framework of a new faith…

    For good measure, he has also written an open letter to French president Francois Hollande attacking the forthcoming climate talks in Paris:

    “I scarcely hear in your words any sincerity, any intention of acting truly for the environment in a manner measured and constructive…

    “In two months, France welcomes the COP21, the conference of nations united for the climate. Your political strategy team has told you that it will all come to nothing, like the 20 before it. Then why continue to pretend to be saving the planet?

    And Fat Fuck Chunky threw people off his site and continues to smear many honest and good people to prove he’s with the leftist scumbags.

  26. Because you're dumb says:

    Another victim of Chunky’s friends the Climate Nazis: David Bellamy. This was from 2013. Shunned for being dead right in ’04. OTOH that old coot David Attenborough continues to be celebrated for kisssing Climate Ass.


    Though he turns 80 next Friday, Bellamy has a remarkable physique for a man his age, over 6ft tall and slender, muscular even, despite a little trouble when he walks. The voice and appearance have stayed in pretty good nick since his heyday as a scientist, conservationist and TV personality. He was a household name, inspiring Lenny Henry’s “grapple me grapenuts” catchphrase and even a Ribena commercial.

    But for the grace of God he would be revered as the man who brought botany to life through glorious rambling monologues in a time before CGI graphics and hi-tech film techniques became de rigueur. But his fame and acclaim rolled off the rails in 2004 when – in the teeth of public opinion and mounting scientific evidence – he said global warming was nothing but “poppycock”. He was deserted by fans, shunned by peers and, he says, ostracised by broadcasters and conservation groups that once thrived through his endorsement: he was sacked as president of the Wildlife Trusts.

    Bellamy, who appears not to be able to shake the habit of speaking as if the camera were still rolling, is unrepentant. He is clear his stance on climate change ended his TV career. Some point out that an ill-fated dip into politics before this, standing against the then Prime Minister John Major in Huntingdon in the 1997 general election for the Referendum Party, cannot have helped.

    Nevertheless, in a flurry of rapid hand gestures, gravelly voice – oscillating between whisper and oratory – through the filter of that full beard, he is unequivocal. “All of the work dried up after that. I was due to start another series with the BBC but that didn’t go anywhere, and the other side [ITV] didn’t want to know. I was shunned. They didn’t want to hear the other side.” But does he still believe he is right? “Absolutely. It is not happening at all, but if you get the idea that people’s children will die because of CO2 they fall for it,” he says, perhaps buoyed by forecasters at the Met Office this week downgrading a prediction for global warming to suggest that by 2017 average temperatures will have remained about the same for two decades.

    • Octopus says:

      Nice little group of “Science-hater/deniers,” there. It’s amazing how all the founders of this hypothesis have rejected it as well, and yet the thing lurches on like a perpetual-motion zombie, scarfing up monies that would be so much better-spent on real things. It’s grotesque.

  27. kbdabear says:


    • ISpeakJive says:

      Did you notice when he starts to talk about it, Hillary is nodding in agreement before he spits out anything about the e-mails.

      She already knew what he was going to say. This shit is so staged and we are being played.

  28. kbdabear says:


  29. Because you're dumb says:

    Awesome, awesome post at Watt’s Up. Full text of the speech: Dr. Patrick Moore: Should We Celebrate Carbon Dioxide?


    This is just a great partial quote. This is after he gives a history of himself and Greenpeace. And then after this he launches into the history of C02 on planet Earth. Read the whole thing:

    When I left Greenpeace I vowed to develop an environmental policy that was based on science and logic rather than sensationalism, misinformation, anti-humanism and fear. In a classic example, a recent protest led by Greenpeace in the Philippines used the skull and crossbones to associate Golden Rice with death, when in fact Golden Rice has the potential to help save 2 million children from death due to vitamin A deficiency every year.

    The Keeling curve of CO2 concentration in the Earth’s atmosphere since 1959 is the supposed smoking gun of catastrophic climate change. We presume CO2 was at 280 ppm at the beginning of the Industrial Revolution, before human activity could have caused a significant impact. I accept that most of the rise from 280 to 400 ppm is caused by human CO2 emissions with the possibility that some of it is due to outgassing from warming of the oceans.

    NASA tells us that “Carbon Dioxide Controls Earth’s Temperature” in child-like denial of the many other factors involved in climate change. This is reminiscent of NASA’s contention that there might be life on Mars. Decades after it was demonstrated that there was no life on Mars, NASA continues to use it as a hook to raise public funding for more expeditions to the Red Planet. The promulgation of fear of Climate Change now serves the same purpose. As Bob Dylan prophetically pointed out, “Money doesn’t talk, it swears”, even in one of the most admired science organizations in the world.

    On the political front the leaders of the G7 plan to “end extreme poverty and hunger” by phasing out 85% of the world’s energy supply including 98% of the energy used to transport people and goods, including food. The Emperors of the world appear clothed in the photo taken at the close of the meeting but it was obviously Photo-shopped. They should be required to stand naked for making such a foolish statement.

    The world’s top climate body, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate change, is hopelessly conflicted by its makeup and it mandate. The Panel is composed solely of the World Meteorological Organization, weather forecasters, and the United Nations Environment Program, environmentalists. Both these organizations are focused primarily on short-term timescales, days to maybe a century or two. But the most significant conflict is with the Panel’s mandate from the United Nations. They are required only to focus on “a change of climate which is attributed directly or indirectly to human activity that alters the composition of the atmosphere, and which is in addition to natural climate variability.”
So if the IPCC found that climate change was not being affected by human alteration of the atmosphere or that it is not “dangerous” there would be no need for them to exist. They are virtually mandated to find on the side of apocalypse.

    Scientific certainty, political pandering, a hopelessly conflicted IPCC, and now the Pope, spiritual leader of the Catholic Church, in a bold move to reinforce the concept of original sin, says the Earth looks like “an immense pile of filth” and we must go back to pre-industrial bliss, or is that squalor?

    And then there is the actual immense pile of filth fed to us more than three times daily by the green-media nexus, a seething cauldron of imminent doom, like we are already condemned to Damnation in Hell and there is little chance of Redemption. I fear for the end of the Enlightenment. I fear an intellectual Gulag with Greenpeace as my prison guards.

  30. kbdabear says:

    Website teams who got sick of talentless hacks who steal content, put their own name and URL on it, fail to link back to originator, and spam Twitter with it?

  31. kbdabear says:

    DEFCON 1, TOOT!!

    Your enemy Greenwald is trending on Twitter and all the big name proggies are talking about the story in The Intercept, the webmag you assured us would FAIL!!!

    Time to jump into hashtags and timelines with reminders that GG “spoke at a WHITE SUPREMACIST CONFERENCE!!!” and is allied with Far Right Hate Groups!!!! He linked to one once!!!

    Come on Toot, you can’t let Greenwald grab the glory while he smears your hero as an assassin!!

    • Because you're dumb says:

      And this should be the cue to blather and blurfle about how Greenwald owes him an apology for linking to the actual truth about Breivik’s MANY mentions of LGF and it’s awesome documentation of the symbiosis between Leftist Idiotarians and Islamism.

  32. Arachne says:

    DEFCON2 ALERT! Charlie, your prayers have been answered! Rush Limbaugh mentioned you and Powerline re the Rather story. “a guy named Charles Johnson who had a blog then, he might still have it.”

    I however, being a Rush 24/7 subscriber, immediately sent Rush the following email:

    Rush, Charles Johnson did nothing on Rathergate except create a visual aid – similar to one that had been published two days earlier at a lesser-known blog. Also, I’d point out that while Powerline does get a great deal of credit, just about everyone attributes it to Buckhead at Free Republic. And since Charles Johnson has since turned into an opportunistic loon that disparages you as a racist at every opportuntity, the less said about him the better.

  33. Juan Epstein says:


  34. kbdabear says:

    You sound upset Toot, was it something she said?

    • Arachne says:

      Haha…he’s plenty pissed that his site wasn’t mentioned. I think Limbaugh knows that Johnson still has a blog. A caller told him on the air a couple years ago that Johnson had gone full on moonbat looney toon after the Glenn Beck incident.

      And apparently, not only does Fatty have the trademark on the name Charles Johnson, apparently he also is the only one allowed to be an asshole for no reason at all.

  35. Because you're dumb says:

    @beardedmiguel OK, thanks for the clarification! Believe me, Rush knows I’m still around. This is the right wing talking point about me,
    2 minutes ago

    Rush quote: “a guy named Charles Johnson who had a blog then, he might still have it.”

    Sure he does Fatass. A guy who lights his cigars with $1,000 bills is real aware of a Twittering idiot with a failed GoFundMe swindle who’s brain fell out in ’09.

  36. Arachne says:

    Oh and he tells Fatass around the end of the second hour. Guess what, dickface? To hear it now, you’re gonna need to subscribe. $60 a year.

  37. Octopus says:

    For shame! 😆

    Magic Johnson took a hit last night, since the Sparty statue was too well-guarded. Prepare for a counter-offensive, men.

  38. ISpeakJive says:

    Chuck C. Johnson should post a throbbing gif of the tang memo just to confuse everybody who goes searching for it.

    • Arachne says:

      Oh that would be perfect.
      Wonder if Fatty will raise a stink on Twitter, etc., that Rush gave Powerline credit for the GIF In that case, I’ll send Powerline a link to our Rathergate remembrance thread. I’m thinking he’ll keep silent about it. Or maybe Barbie Sandwich could post it to him on Twitter (I’m blocked).

  39. Arachne says:

    This is the right wing talking point about me,

    Seriously? The right wing only LAUGHS at you, you pathetic nimrod. They don’t have talking points about you! They consider you a no-talent, plagiarizing hack. You have no influence, despite what you seem to think. You aren’t linked, you’re not widely retweeted (example – look at the people on the RIGHT that have pull – look at their follower counts, their retweets and favorite numbers – for almost everything they send out).

    If anything, you’re seen as an annoying gnat-like creature that jumps into the timelines of important people. Sort of like the little crazies who jump into Kim Kardashian’s timeline and scream “Notice me Kim! Follow me Kim!” Oh please. Sad little man.

    But we’ll always be here for you, Porky. Because the day WE don’t show up? Open your front door and smell the oblivion.

  40. pineapple says:

    Hey Fasto…… I’m thinking Trump and Carson will get what they want from CNBC. Stay tuned.

  41. Arachne says:

    CORRECTION (because we don’t hide ours on the back page): I’m listening to the podcast of the show, and this is verbatim what Rush said:

    You know this phrase “partisan political” — the last time I heard that phrase? You will marvel here at my memory. It was during the Dan Rather fake documents, George W. Bush National Guard story. And after the documents had been exposed as forged; and it was done by the Powerline guys and a guy named Charles Johnson who had a blog at the time – he may still have it, I dunno – Little Green Footballs.

    So, in my best Sharmuta tones: “I’m sorry Charles……” Your blog did get a mention. But basically 20 million people were told by Rush Limbaugh that he didn’t give a shit if you were still in business.

    Except OH SNAP! Two minutes later:

    Now, one thing – I need to be clear on this Bill Burkett, the forgery. It was, actually, the first person to discover the font was a Microsoft Word font that didn’t exist when Bush was in the National Guard was actually a person at Free Republic named “Buckhead.” It was a Freeper that exposed this. What the Powerline did was create a .gif file that showed the difference in the fonts – the Microsoft Word font and what an IBM typewriter of the day would actually have looked like.

    Fartcheeks out of the equation entirely.

  42. Arachne says:

    I wonder if he got a boatload of emails telling him — “BUCKHEAD! BUCKHEAD! BUCKHEAD!”