The Race Detective has the tables turned on him!

The world famous Race Detective loves to call anyone who criticizes Obama, a racist. In a series of twitter exchanges, the fat translucent shut in can’t use his racist charge against this Obama critic.







This created a dilemma for the Race Detective. Clearly, this person’s opposition to Obama is not based on racism, but the failures of his polices. What will the Race Detective do?


187 Comments on “The Race Detective has the tables turned on him!”

  1. Mojambo says:

    If Chunky thinks that we are better off with Obama, then he should become a Sanderista.

  2. kbdabear says:

    The broke unemployed has-been is an expert on economics now!

  3. Because olo says:

    Looking at her timeline, she seems to be NOI. She fucks everything else up, but she’s got Obama’s number to the tenth decimal place.

  4. Because olo says:

    No, dolt.

    He’s moved on to this:

    Are you capable of moving on to anything?

  5. Because olo says:

  6. sven10077 says:

    Chief Inspector Cheetoh will suggest to her that we go Hotel Rwanda and alter her “white reality.”

    Luckily for the Chief Inspector he just graduated Magnum Cum Load from the Rachel Dozeal Black Academy.

  7. Octopus says:

    Sez the fat fool who whines incessantly about being mobbed by insane psychopathic conservatives, but never shows any evidence for this rabid persecution. 😆

  8. Octopus says:

    Race-Detecting is a neverending job. 😆

    Chunky reminds me of the old Dave Chappelle character, the blind black guy who’s a KKK racist. Same difference.

  9. Because olo says:

  10. windbag says:

    Okay, I know I’m preaching to the choir here, but going from the current $7.25/hr. minimum wage to $15/hr is an increase of 207%. Besides insurance premiums, which the lefties don’t care about apparently, what product or service would see an overnight increase of that magnitude where the public wasn’t screaming for a Congressional investigation into the vultures that were gouging the American public?

    So, the current $1.81/gallon price of gas I drove by today would be $3.75 tomorrow. The $2.59 gallon of milk I bought this morning would be $5.36 this afternoon. $3.49 for a cheap t-shirt at the local Wal-Mart today would be $7.22.

    Anyone who thinks raising the minimum wage 207% doesn’t affect anyone is insane. Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders, Obama, Hillary, and all the dropout losers at LGF are insane. And they probably all smell bad.

  11. Because olo says:

  12. Because olo says:


    • Because olo says:

      I’m kinda liking this blond.

      • Octopus says:

        Truth To Power, right there. Go Cristina. 🙂

        • Because olo says:

          She looks like a bottle blond, which I ordinarily don’t approve of, but I’ll make an exception in her case.

          • Octopus says:

            Norman Mailer once made a very convincing argument, that the bottle-blondes were the truest blondes of all, because they chose It, and all It represented, in this crazy Western culture. Well, Mailer was a shithead, but he was a literary shithead, who was awesome with the words. I think he had a point, in this case.

          • Because olo says:

            By that logic, trans-blacks like Dolezal are the blackest blacks. Because they chose it.

            Full disclosure: I’m a proud cis-blond, and don’t ordinarily suffer trans-blonds. But I’m granting Cristina a permission slip, because she’s hot and has a smart mouth.

          • Octopus says:

            It’s a different thing, for a woman to choose to be blonde. Men who are blondes, who gives a shit? Women have a whole passel of assumptions and a century of advertising, movies and TV to deal with, and of which to take advantage.

          • Because olo says:

            Milo’s a trans-blond. But I hereby grant him permission, too. Because ghey.

          • Octopus says:

            I feel like Milo’s embrace of the Blonde Archetype is akin to a woman’s choice. He’s super-gay, and I applaud his openness on this front. I wish more gays would come out of the closet as conservatives.

      • Because olo says:

        One more.

        • Octopus says:

          She’s over the target, drawing the heavy flak. Keep pounding them, girl.

          • Because olo says:

            I’m sort of torn. The other woman has a (somewhat overstated) point. OTOH, Cristina has family murdered, so she’s entitled to a certain amount of indulgence.

            When in doubt, go with the hot middle eastern chick, I guess.

  13. rightymouse says:

    To Fatso, Islamic terrorism is hilarious. What an effing a-hole.

  14. Arachne says:

    I think Donald Trump can now consider himself done – he’s lost the evangelical and conservative vote and I imagine he will no longer be welcome on either Levin or Rush’s show.

    • Octopus says:

      Trump has had a few “unforgivable sins,” and still he leads the polls. I always thought he was a buffoon, and still do in many ways, but I also like his eff-you attitude towards the Legion Of Perpetually-Aggrieved. How can you not?

      It’s going to be an interesting election season. Scary, way-too-long, but interesting. Better gear up for it. Big Boy Pants, and whatnot.

      • Arachne says:

        I don’t like the way he’s pulling this shit on Cruz. He’s flat out LYING about both the citizenship and the nature of the loans.
        I’m going to amend this a bit. Yes, I like what he says about immigration and the fence. And I like his going after Hillary. But what the hell is his problem with Cruz – other than some polls show him losing to him.

        Actually, Octo – I will concede one more point (because yeah, you’re right – the big GIRL pants are on).
        One thing about Trump as the nominee is the absolute BLITZKREIG he would launch on Lyin’ Granny.

        • Octopus says:

          I know what you mean, but that’s part of the dog-eat-dog primaries: you have to kill off your peers. Sometimes it’s ugly. Politics is an ugly, dirty business. Nice people don’t last.

          Cruz seems like an okay guy to me, but he is definitely not without detractors. Some righties are spittle-flecked, in detailing his problematic issues. I know I need to look into him more, but I’m having a hard time getting motivated…politics is just so unsavory a business, I need to put on the welding-mask and heavy leather full-arm gloves, to get right in there. It’s our duty as citizens, though. Okay, get the gloves, squire. It’s time. 😦

          • Arachne says:

            I agree, I don’t think of Cruz as Presidential material much, to be honest. Where I’d like to see him is Attorney General, because he would be absolutely FEARLESS in cleaning house and if Loretta Lynch and Obama think they will control the judicial narrative by their placements in the department, they will have another think coming.

            But I’m sorry – Trump’s remarks if anything, make HIM look like a nasty piece of work. He has a lot of people sitting on the fence about him because they find his style off-putting. If he stuck to the real issues – immigration, ISIS, Iran, American greatness – this is a winning style.

          • Octopus says:

            He IS a nasty piece of work, though. He’s an incorrigible asshole. That’s his MAIN ATTRIBUTE. 😉

            Shrillary is also a mean ol’ biyatch, and she’ll stoop at nothing to win this thing. We need someone who will go toe-to-toe with the ol’ battle-axe, or we’ll get mollywhopped like the last two presidential elections. I feel like America is ripe for a populist-uprising, of the mild-ish electoral sort, not the French guillotine kind. A spanking, of the entitled leftist-elite. Who is the best candidate to administer this spanking? I don’t know. A lot can change, in the next six months.

          • Arachne says:

            Yeah, Octo – that’s true. But I think he loves his country and cares about it.
            And ain’t it interesting that we disagree on minor points, etc., and at no time felt the need to resort to hyperbole, pejoratives and name calling.

            Amazing what happens when the grownups are in the room, ain’t it?

          • Octopus says:

            Well, I’m going to be 57 in a couple of weeks. If I’m not grown-up by now, it’s probably not happening. 😉 (see: Fatass McDumbth)

            I hope we can maintain a civil discourse around these parts as the campaign heats up, and I really hope we can win the Big One in November. We need a change, and I hope to hell it happens.

          • Arachne says:

            I’ve no doubt we will. We can agree and disagree on the candidates – there’s no ONE candidate that completely makes me happy. There’s pluses and minuses in all of them.
            Except JEB. Go away, Rove puppet.

          • Octopus says:

            There you go…Jeb is worthless! Good Lord, what a waste of money and political capital. Drop out, you ninny!

          • Because olo says:

            Huckster is equally worthless. Go away, Huck.

        • ISpeakJive says:

          In some ways, I don’t even care anymore. Every single one of them is better than Hillary!

  15. Arachne says:

    Note to Sean Penn – in your haste to be “somebody” again and to influence politics, your interview with El Chulupa may have put a price on your head. I wouldn’t be caught within five feet of you. Mexican cartels don’t leave witnesses.

    • Octopus says:

      DETH THREAT!!!1! 😆

      Penn is a complete loser-asswipe, but I don’t wish him dead. He serves as an example, if nothing else.

      • Arachne says:

        Oh, oops – did my post read like that? Didn’t mean for it to – I was only trying to point out that Penn is hopelessly naïve in this situation and probably had no idea what the EFF he was getting in to.

        • Octopus says:

          Hey, if Penn catches a stray round, I’ll try not to sob myself to death. He’s an egotistical imbecile, and he’s abusive towards his women — karma may be problematic, at this point. There are no accidents or coincidences, say the hippies. The lead he takes, when it happens, is cosmic leveling. Or whatever they call it, this year. OMMMMMMM!!

  16. Arachne says:

    BTW, I really wish we still had our radio show on Sunday nights. Mostly because I’d love to discuss Ginger’s lawsuit.

  17. Minnow says:

    Personally, I don’t mind Trump and his attack on Cruz. I was, originally, all in for Cruz. But, let’s face it….. Trump is kicking his ass. I want a winner at this point. Trump wants to win.

    Right now, I wish the two would join forces and cement a GOP victory next November. Cruz is a young guy. He would make a great VP and he would be a shoo-in after 8-years of Trump (especially if everything goes well for Trump).

    I think the differences between the two are actually pretty minor.

    I think Cruz is far “book smarter” than the Donald…. but, it is real difficult for me to trash the Donald and all that he has accomplished. I also like his ability to talk extemporaneously on any subject. That, too, is a sign of intelligence.

    And, finally, yes – Trump is a self-promoting windbag. But he has been saying all the right things as far as I am concerned.

    And I will vote for him.

    Go Trump!

    • Arachne says:

      Your second paragraph nailed it NICELY. Maybe it’s because I find the attacks unnecessary – let’s go after the DEMOCRATS. In fact, I’d like to see Trump say “hey, things got heated – but Ted and I need to channel our energies into defeating the Democrats.” As Octo pointed out – it’s a primary, stuff gets heated. Let’s all take a deep breath and remember where the REAL danger to this country lies – on a debate stage at the moment.

      • Minnow says:

        I am with you 100% (as usual!)

        • Arachne says:

          On a completely different note – I am really going to be curious to see what the box office on “13 Hours” is on Monday. I’m hoping for a No. 2 showing behind “The Force Awakens.”

          Of course, the left wing media is now working overtime to discredit it and can’t understand why Americans would want to see it.

          You know, like “AMERICAN SNIPER” – which they also hated.

      • Because olo says:

        Don’t forget how viciously Reagan and Bush I went after each other before they eventually cut their deal. It’s not too late for Trump and Cruz to settle this. Not by any means.

    • Octopus says:

      I love your decisiveness, Minnow. I wish I could share it. I keep remembering the old Trump who suckled lustily at the public tit, and stumped for all things proggie. I see his new look, and I like it, but he still has remnants of the old hair-do swirling about. I don’t trust him, I guess. I don’t trust any politicians, though, so that’s not an insurmountable obstacle to me supporting him in the presidential election. I do love his attitude.

      The last time I was all-in for a presidential campaign, and the only time, was Bush in 2004. I had a lot of faith in the guy, who I had deemed a joke as recently as 2001, prior to 9/11. His second term was a mess, though not as bad as what Kerry would have wrought. I don’t trust my political judgement, or I don’t trust any of the people who emerge as candidates for national office. It’s always the “least bad choice,” and that sucks, but reality can be a bitch.

      • Minnow says:

        Octo, I understand your perspective and appreciate it. I have had several points of view on this election (coming up) but am now hoping for someone (maybe not perfect) but who will get us going in the right direction again…..

        Of course – it is all opinion…..

        • Octopus says:

          Nobody is perfect, but Shrillary? Oy, vey. That’s a nightmare. She should be in prison, not running for President.

  18. pineapple says:

    Ugh….. just stumbled on the Democrat debate (that I didn’t know was on). Are there two more miserable, annoying wastes of skin than Bernie and Shillary?

  19. pineapple says:


    “I can’t stand Bernie but I’m glad he’s not picking on my Hillary.”

    • Abu says:

      Why doesn’t Toots back the guitar playing O’Malley? Isn’t that racist or somethin’? I mean, they both play guitar with their shirts off.

  20. This is major Tom to Ground Control, you’re really a fucking idiot. LOL!!!

    • Octopus says:

      Bowie never suffered the fools gladly. It’s amazing, given his position in the rockstar firmament, that he was able to avoid being as annoying and insufferable as most of his peers turned out. He was a really smart person, along with being incredibly gifted musically.

      I’ve already talked about how he was my first concert experience, back in ’74. I saw him again several times, the last being his tour in support of “Let’s Dance,” the Serious Moonlight tour. It was a greatest hits show, and he was in incredible form, with the best musicians in the world supporting him. We had great seats, on the side of the stage, about ten rows up. In between songs, and during instrumental interludes, Bowie was right in front of us, drinking water and bopping along with the songs. This was the only time my wife saw him, and she was blown away. That was also my last mescaline trip, as I got married and moved on from that kind of thing. Strong memories!

      • I loved how he put them in their place. The more pompous and clueless the more resolute he was. Yet not rude nor vicious. As you imply he just stood his ground from his intellectually secure base. Rubbish! Ha!

  21. I’m at Mary Baldwin College in Virginia. My daughter is applying for the honors program which she was invited to. And she’s staying with one of the honors students tonight. We drove 7 hours from Convington, KY to get here. It’s a girls college. We had dinner with the hosts and everyone is just lovely and I have a crush on every one of these adorable young ladies. Afterwards I was sent away :(. My daughter gets to stay with one of the students. For some reason I DON’T. LOL!!!

    I guess they don’t need some old billy goat bothering them while they’re trying to cure cancer, go to Mars and solve World Peace which I am convinced they will do!

    • Octopus says:

      Sounds great, and I hope your daughter finds a temporary home there. My youngest is graduating from MSU this spring, and that’s the end of my college tuition bills — I hope!

      Both of my girls are “madly in love,” and I suspect they’ll both be married in the next couple of years. Wait….some other guy is going to be responsible for their happiness and support? Woo-hooooo!! 😉

      What do you mean, I have to pay for the weddings? That’s archaic and sexist! Barbarous, even. Plus, I’m broke, and there’s a recession coming on. Which never left these parts, anyway. Who has money for a wedding? 😕

      • Yah you’ll swing it. We all do! We’re BIG DADDY. LOL!

        No seriously I have no idea how I’m paying for any of this. 😦

        • Pakimon says:

          C’mon now! Don’t despair!

          His Royal Ponytail of Chunkiness has shown the way!

          You each need to start up a gofundme page.

          The bonus will be that you’ll each hit your goals and have that tuition/wedding costs paid off in no time while Chunkles’ page remains a barren desert. 😆

  22. But if you’re feeling tense about life then listen to this. It always calms us down.

  23. Because olo says:

    Golly, Mr. Toot!

  24. Because olo says:

    Golly, Mr. Toot!

    • Arachne says:

      Translation: I appropriated other people’s deranged bullshit regarding National Review and hoped readers would attribute it to me. Because looney tunes have to stick together.

      • Because olo says:

        BTW – I replied ^^^ about Twitter.

        • Arachne says:

          Gave you a follow and a shoutout on my timeline. Politibunny has passed the word along.

          • Because olo says:

            I need to understand the etiquette. Am I supposed to follow everybody back? The only reason not to is that following people like Milo, things are already pretty busy. I may have to unfollow some of these Brits, not because I don’t like them, but because they are so prolific.

          • Because olo says:

            And BTW, that is my actual doggie, and he really is that cute and smart, and also healthy as a horse. I walk him 2 miles every day, weather permitting.

  25. Because olo says:

    Musta found some bum wine…

  26. Pakimon says:

    Missed out on the GOP primary discussion between arachne, Octo, and minnow last night and home sick with a stomach virus today so I figured I’d weigh in.

    I figure the primary is down to Trump and Cruz.

    I can’t see Rubio gaining more traction even though he’s the GOP establishment’s last hope.

    Personally, Rubio lost me when he got caught blatantly lying to the base last year with his routine of telling the non-latino voters in english he would tough on the immigration issue with stronger borders and tighter immigration laws and then tell the latino voters in spanish that he would open the borders and there would be amnesty for everyone.

    Did he really think non-latinos are incapable of understanding spanish and latinos incapable of understanding english?

    All he managed to do is paint himself as a two-faced lying asshat.

    On the other hand, being a two-faced lying asshat does make him the perfect candidate for the GOP establishment.

    And now my gut is making noises like a peevish ponytailed blogger who just burned and ruined a slab of frozen salmon on a bbq grill.

    I’ll weigh in on Trump and Cruz when I get out of “the powder room”.

    • Octopus says:

      I’m not so sure that “being a two-faced lying asshat” isn’t a prerequisite for running for national office these days. I mean, when you have half the electorate looking at you like you’re a two-headed demon from Hell, just because of your affiliation with the enemy party, that puts a little pressure on you to conform. And then you have the issue of having to go further out on the fringe in the primaries, and then hew more to the middle for the general — leads to some “adjustments,” for everyone.

      I got my hands on an ebook copy of “13 Hours” today, and I know I’m going to devour it tonight like a ravening werewolf, cursing the Clinton bitch bitterly during and afterwards. So, I’ve got an open mind about the story. 😆

      • I’ve come across some reports that a ‘stand down’ order was not given, and then other reports that one was given. I’m a bit perplexed. Was an order given, not in so many words, but that could have been interpreted as one, but still not be a legal albatross around Clinton’s and Obama’s necks?

        • Octopus says:

          I’m wondering if that will be covered in the book, now. I’ve heard conflicting reports on that, too, and just assumed Clinton was lying, as she usually does when sleeping or awake.

        • ISpeakJive says:

          No, see, this is how it works.

          There was a stand down order given and there was not a stand down order given. There was and there wasn’t. It’s like Islam. It depends on who you are talking to, a Muslim or an Infidel.

          We have 100,512 journalists in this country who could actually investigate things like this and clear it up once and for all, but for some reason they choose not to.

          Like the economy has never been in better shape, and the economy sucks donkey balls. Social security just needs a few tweaks and its fine and no, it will be dead-ass broke in 5 years. Or this one, we are all gonna drown from rising seas, or we’ve just has the coldest year since 1652.

          See how this works??

  27. Octopus says:

    Lots of buzz about the pursuit of Yoenis Cespedes today, as the market heats up for the slugging outfielder. I would love to have him back in Detroit, but the price is going to be steep — looking at upwards of $20M/5 years, right now. I think he’s worth it, but it’s not my money, and maybe it would be better to keep the money reserved for the deadline, when you might need another pitcher instead of a big bat.

    Pitching wins playoff games, much more than a slugging lineup. On the other hand, “Iglesias-Kinsler-Cespedes-Cabrera-Victor Martinez-JD Martinez…” this lineup is as good or better than anything else in either league.

    Training camp opens next month. 🙂

    • kbdabear says:

      The same Mets fans who wanted to tar and feather YC after the World Series are now pounding the table for “the cheapskate Wilpons” to re-sign him.

      Mets interested if only 1 or 2 years. Nobody seems to want to go long term with him, he’s 30 now.

      I want him back, but not for more than 3 years or a 2 year opt-out

      • Octopus says:

        Supposedly there’s an offer for $90M/5 yrs on the table, Cespedes has rejected. I would go five years on the guy, as 35 is still in the ballpark these days for the better players. Some diminishing returns likely towards the end.

        I’m a bit more concerned with the Tigers’ pitching, despite the moves they’ve made there. We won’t know how that’s working out for some time, and we might need somebody towards the deadline, whether it’s a starter or a reliever. Not signing YC gives us flexibility. But I wouldn’t be mad if we got him, either…not my money!

        • Abu says:

          Fellahs, the Cubs line-up has the pole position breaking spring training. Can get back later. Outta here for now.

  28. Octopus says:

    Happy MLK Day, everyone! 🙂

    Martin loved young white women. That was for him. Not me.

    • Octopus says:

      Okay, that was for me. The jury’s still out, on MLK’s taste in women. He screwed around, and I don’t. I just look at stuff on the internet. Is that so wronggg? 😉

      • Pakimon says:

        The way those boobs were bouncing up and down, it’s a wonder that she didn’t smack herself in the face and knock herself out! 😮 😆

    • ISpeakJive says:

      They are going to get saggy if she keeps doing that.

      • Octopus says:

        They’re going to get saggy, anyway. Gravity is a bitch, for big boobs. Might as well enjoy them while they’re young.

  29. Pakimon says:

    As far as Trump and Cruz goes, I think Trump resonates with the base because after years of GOP candidates taking “the high road” while the democrats and The Media trash them unmercifully, Trump has no problem with jumping into the mud and giving it right back.

    Trump is willing and capable of taking the “low road” and giving the democrats and The Media huge doses of their own medicine.

    It’s a refreshing change to see the democrats and The Media squeal with outrage when Trump turns the tables on them.

    The democrats and The Media are also deathly afraid of Trump because they know he won’t stop if he gets the nomination and both Hillary and Sanders would be extremely easy targets for the trashing and mudslinging tactics normally used by the democrat machine.

    Cruz is a bit more polished but isn’t a spineless jellyfish like the usual GOP senator inhabiting Congress these last 20+ years.

    He’s usually the lone voice against the bipartisanship treachery employed by those lying GOP cockroaches scuttling around the Senate floor.nowadays.

    While he doesn’t have the name-brand recognition of Trump, the base is well aware of his standing on his principles and actually trying to implement the policies and reforms he promised during his election campaign to the Senate.

    He also has enough experience having lead chair in the United States Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Oversight, Federal Rights and Agency Activities to know the “inner workings” of Washington DC which would come in handy in rooting out the shitheels Obama has attempted to permanently entrench in The Justice Department.

    I’m leaning towards Cruz right now but would not be displeased if Trump got the nomination.

    If the GOP were smart, (which they aren’t) they would embrace a Cruz/Trump or a Trump/Cruz ticket.

    Cruz would continue to promote his conservative policies and ideals while Trump would continue to engage Hillary and/or Sanders and The Media in low-road trashing and mudslinging mortal combat.

    I’m confident neither Trump nor Cruz would waste time chasing the magical “undecided/independent” unicorn voters unlike the usual squishy GOP candidates that have been foisted upon us in past presidential races.

    Unfortunately, the GOP establishment are true believers when it comes to the magical “undecided/independent” unicorn voters so when the GOP convention hits, they’ll pull out all the stops to get Rubio on the ticket.

    They’d rather have Jeb but I think they realize he’s too far gone.

    As far as Trump and Cruz sniping at each other right now, I think they both know it’s “par for the course” in a primary election cycle and aren’t taking it personally and wouldn’t be adverse to sharing a ticket.

    Sidenote: If I came across as parroting arachne, Octo and minnow in my above long-winded screeds, please bear with me. Rambling helps take my mind off my stomach ailment. 😀

  30. Pakimon says:

    One more note and then I’ll stop blathering.

    It’s my opinion that that there is no such thing as an “undecided/independent” voter.

    When someone says they’re undecided/independent, they’re either:

    A) Afraid to say their political affiliation (republican/democrat) for fear of ridicule.

    B) Afraid to say their ideological affiliation (conservative/liberal “progressive”) for fear of ridicule.

    C) Don’t feel like engaging in a political debate or being subjected to a political harangue.

    While there are folks out there who lean conservative on some issues and liberal “progressive” on other issues, overall they lean one way or the other and will always vote accordingly.

    Chasing them ends up with the pursuing candidate alienating his/her base and they stay at home and don’t vote which virtually always costs the candidate the election.

    Funny how democrat presidential candidates never chase undecided/independents and it usually works out for them.

    Go figure… 😀

  31. Pakimon says:

    I’ll add to Octo’s wish for everyone to have a happy MLK day with something less bouncy and more outdoorsy and athletic. 😀

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  37. pineapple says:

    I wish Bernie wasn’t such a joke. If he continues saying stupid shit like this, he won’t have a chance to beat the bitch.

  38. Because olo says:


  39. kbdabear says:

    And the first place you stole content from was Free Republic….

  40. OLT's Alinsky, Suck My Balls says:

    Did I see Stalker Charles make Ted Cruz into a White Hispanic waaaay upthread?


    Has he noticed the color/race/ethnicity/age of ALL the Democrat candidates yet?

  41. Octopus says:

    Another great musician has died, Glenn Frey. RIP, Glenn.

  42. Because olo says:

  43. Because olo says:

    Has Toot been sending love letters to Milo?

  44. Pakimon says:

    I see this guy hasn’t been following Chunkles for very long… 😆

    • Pakimon says:

      By the way, nothing says “I’ve got massive stinging butthurt” more than announcing that you’ve been blocked by someone on Twitter. 😆

    • pineapple says:

      He hates it when someone on Twitter (that he doesn’t agree with) gets the last word. AKA BLOCKED! Which he does all the time….. this time however, tables turned.

      His “tender feelings” are hurt.

  45. Juan Epstein says:

    Glen Frey.

    He knew him before you did.

  46. Arachne says:

    Breaking in to say our pal buzzsawmo key is getting dealt with very poorly over at Weasel Zippers. He’s been banned and posts deleted by a moderator. Drew’s been alerted and said it shouldn’t be happening but she’s continuing on. Iron Fist went over there to defend buzz and she deleted HIS posts as well.

    Get a hold of your mods, Drew. They’re getting a little too big for their britches.

    • eaglesoars says:

      ah, there you are. I is here also. For the record, I emailed weaselzippers and got an almost immediate response I assume was from Drew. It said, and I quote “That should not have happened. I fixed it.”. I don’t think he’s aware that the ban was re-instated. Well, in any event. all of buzz’s posts magically disappear. If anyone else is interested, the email address I used is

    • rightymouse says:

      Buzzsaw? Good grief! He’s loved everywhere. What’s her problem?

      • eaglesoars says:

        many people are uncomfortable around others whose IQ is multiples of their own. (Me, I’m used to it!)

    • Minnow says:

      Sounds like the same idiot who banned me over there.

      It was completely fascist and unfair.

      Screw Weasel Zippers.

  47. eaglesoars says:

    Hello, I thought I’d just pop in and say hi. It’s been awhile and I think I don’t know a lot of people here anymore. You may remember me as ‘wahabicorridor’ from the swamp.

  48. Because olo says:


    • Arachne says:

      Hey Gavin. Big talk for a an with bodyguards. Oh and how are those background checks in Cali working out? Legally purchased guns just killed 16 people in San Bernardino by ISIS sympathizes! Not NRA members.

    • eaglesoars says:

      How on earth did Kimberly Gylfoyle end up married to that punk?

  49. Because olo says:

    Your daily dose of Cristina.