The Old Geezer gets called out.

In another vain attempt, Charles tries to get attention from Milo. His tweet was a fail of epic proportions in the lack of awareness department.




61 Comments on “The Old Geezer gets called out.”

  1. Because olo says:

    Dude. He really booms when he walks.

  2. Minnow says:


    I said “MILYO” Barry.


  3. Bunk X says:

    Post a music video, Chuck. Show us some jazzy barre chords and how to wheedle it up the neck, throw your head back and go “spoo.”

  4. Pakimon says:

    Heh. Remember this from the other day?

  5. Pakimon says:

    Yes, I know he meant “milieu,” but he said “milyo.” 😆

  6. mfhorn says:

    Milo Minderbinder?

  7. pineapple says:

    This is disgusting, this passes for A-OK from Fatso’s lapdogs.

    To the left, you can be hateful, sexist, racist and whateverist as long as your target is someone on the right.

  8. kingkuffa says:

    Yeah Toot’s really hip with the youngsters, all 15K total apparently.

  9. Here’s a Full Transcript of Sarah Palin’s Bizarre, Incoherent Word Salad Endorsing Donald Trump
    10 hours ago

    Apparently Chunky McJohnsuck can’t understand English. Just kidding. He just thinks women are stupid.

  10. Octopus says:

    It’s really something the way Chunky gets schooled and spanked everyday on Twitter. Bra-VO, Fatass! 😆

  11. Octopus says:

    When you’ve lost Lena Dunham, as the leading female candidate for President…

    Also, props to Trump for stuffing the ball back in Shrillary’s face, when she tried to play the feminista card. Well-played, Prince Charming!

  12. Octopus says:

    The Left in Michigan has been bitterly disappointed by the economic success of Governor Snyder’s administration. The Flint water crisis was not Snyder’s fault, but he’s taken full responsibility and moved aggressively to fix it. Contrast that with Obama’s craven way of blaming Americans for not understanding why he is the Unicorn Messiah, and that being the cause of all the unhappiness during his regime. Because we’re all racists, who elected him twice.
    One Tough Nerd to Pick a Fight With
    NOAH ROTHMAN / JAN. 19, 2016

    After a somnolent, nearly hour-long presentation focused primarily on touting his own efficacy and nudging historians toward a favorable view of his presidency, viewers surely sprung to life when President Barack Obama indulged in a rare moment of self-criticism in his final State of the Union address. “It’s one of the few regrets of my presidency,” Obama confessed, “that the rancor and suspicion between the parties has gotten worse instead of better.”

    “There’s no doubt a president with the gifts of Lincoln or Roosevelt might have better bridged the divide, and I guarantee I’ll keep trying to be better so long as I hold this office,” he added. For the hundreds of Democrats who have been ejected from public office in the Obama era, it’s surely cold comfort to learn that the president has “few regrets.” Nevertheless, Obama’s decision to concede any missteps at all constitutes a rare moment of introspection and candor. The viewers’ sense of pleasant surprise was, however, quickly dashed. The president went on not to blame himself for the bitter partisanship that characterizes American politics, but you.

    “There are a whole lot of folks in this chamber who would like to see more cooperation, a more elevated debate in Washington, but feel trapped by the demands of getting elected,” Obama averred. “And if we want a better politics, it’s not enough to just change a Congressman or a Senator or even a President; we have to change the system to reflect our better selves.”

    Blaming voters and “the system” for the present suboptimal state of affairs is a teenager’s lament, but to indulge in any deeper analysis of the current crisis of confidence in American elected officials would be for the president to both invite and accept greater culpability for that reality. A broad-based rejection of authority itself, reflected in the surging support for demagogic populist presidential candidates on both sides of the political aisle, is a direct response to incompetent governance out of Washington. The acrimony that typifies partisan debate today is of a kind that Obama deployed skillfully when it suited his needs.

    In the pursuit of his legislative goals, Barack Obama undervalued or outright abandoned the process of cross-aisle consensus building that makes governing in a republic frustratingly difficult for the aspiring caudillo. He has sought to frame himself as a racial healer of unparalleled sagacity while his allies in the press spotted Republican racism in words like “apartment” and “Chicago,” and whose attorney general repeatedly insisted that much of the criticism of the president was rooted in overt racial antipathy. Just a few weeks before he scolded the American public for their injudiciousness, the president was admonishing the American people over their refusal to welcome displaced Middle Easterners resettled into the United States. “At first they were too scared of the press being too tough on them in the debates,” Obama said of his Republican colleagues. “Now they are scared of 3-year-old orphans. That doesn’t seem so tough to me.”

    This isn’t the work of some post-partisan unifier but that of a soapbox agitator. That is who Barack Obama was when he took office, and that is who he is today. It is without any hint of self-awareness that the Democratic politicians vying to replace the Obama in the White House invited Americans to observe a stark contrast in governing styles this week. Democrats have determined that Michigan Governor Rick Snyder presents their party with an opportunity to not only capitalize on an ongoing disaster but to rehabilitate the reputation of the party of government.

    The city of Flint is in crisis. Drinking water there is contaminated with dangerously high levels of lead, and residents have been forced to rely on potable water provided by the state and federal government. Amid this crisis, self-described socialist presidential candidate Bernie Sanders called on Governor Snyder to resign. In her party’s fourth presidential debate, Hillary Clinton added her voice to the chorus calling for Snyder to step down. “We’ve had a city in the United States of America where the population which is poor in many ways and majority African American has been drinking and bathing in lead contaminated water,” she growled. “And the governor of that state acted as though he didn’t really care.”

    Flint, one of a handful of spectacularly mismanaged cities in Michigan, was under the control of a state-appointed emergency manager when it switched its source of tap water from Detroit’s system to the Flint River in April of 2014. It was designed as an effort to save money, but the city soon found elevated levels of lead in the water and in children’s blood and ceased sourcing tap water from the nearby river last October. What Flint is facing is a crisis; it is a failure of public services and, ultimately, of both elected and appointed officials. Snyder, a self-effacing iconoclast who ran two successful statewide campaigns in deep blue Michigan, has not only acknowledged that fact but has declined the opportunity to pass the buck.

    Days before Sanders or Clinton determined that there were nuggets of political opportunity to mine from the crisis in Flint, Snyder was calling on the oversight board that manages the disaster-stricken city to be returned to the mayor. He declared a state of emergency in Genesee County over two weeks ago and, one day after addressing the state’s voters in a January 13 press conference, requested a federal declaration of a state of emergency from the president. Two days later, the president obliged.

    Surely, the technocratic fixer who dubs himself “one tough nerd” might have benefited politically from finding a scapegoat in one of the many Democratic public officials, who for generations have managed the state’s public affairs poorly, or the federal and state regulatory organs that kept quiet as this crisis intensified. Instead, Snyder took the whole affair on his shoulders. Not only that, but he accepted one of the most damning of modern political analogies in embracing a reporter’s description of the crisis in Flint his administration’s “Katrina.”

    “What I’d say is I feel ter­rible about it, though, and it’s clear that changes needed to be made in my ad­min­is­tra­tion and I think long-term, there are things that need to be im­proved,” Snyder told National Journal’s Ron Fournier. “I want to solve this prob­lem. I don’t want to walk away from it.”

    Democrats might soon find that unassuming figure they’ve chosen to contrast themselves with in Michigan makes for a rather poor foil. Snyder’s refusal to indulge in the blame shifting that has become a hallmark of this administration presents a contrast in leadership styles that does not cast the governor’s critics in the kindest of lights.

  13. Because olo says:

    Look who’s trying to tangle with Milo, and getting his tush handed to him.

  14. Octopus says:

    Doormat was asked a very polite, public question, but has not answered nearly a year later. 😆

    Nathan Steele · President at Strategic Clarity, Inc.
    Hi Dr. Matt. Thanks for your service. I am still trying to figure out why you hate Republicans so much. Some of your posts suggest that you’re a conservative yourself, Net Neutrality, War on Terror… And yet, Republicans/Conservatives are “vile, inbred for generations” etc…

    Honestly, I don’t know how a rational person can come to those conclusions. Perhaps, you can write a column explaining how you’ve come to your hatred of Republicans.

    No anger. No vitriol. No invective. Honest and open debate. You’ve got my email address.
    Like · Reply · 1 · Feb 26, 2015 11:50am

    • rightymouse says:

      Dr. Matt…
      Isn’t he one of those Nigerian scam artists who pretend they’re really Bill Gates & want to donate money to you if you would just send them $430 to start the paperwork???

    • pineapple says:

      I have a feeling Door Matt had shitty parents. He probably was beat soundly by his single mother and now lashes out.

      He talks big but he turns tail like a pussy when confronted, just like he did here.

      • Or it’s possible his father is the actual doctor who had high hopes that his son would some day stop playing baby games on the internet, move out of the basement and finally make something of himself. This is little Matthew’s way of acting out to get back at Daddy.

        And if he actually does have a PhD God only knows what it’s in. Transgender Fluid Studies? Social Privilege with a minor in Microaggressions?

  15. Breitbart Anti-Science Hack Milo Yiannopoulos Calls Bill Nye “Stupid”
    2 hours ago

    Fat moron Twitter addict who everyone ignores apparently thinks a fake TV celebutard scientist is “smart”.

  16. Because olo says:

    Uh-oh. Toot’s gonna get @Nero whacked.

    Followed by

    Get your popcorn while it’s hot!

  17. Poor Dorsey. He’s following Chunky McDumbth’s SJW CEO handbook and it’s not ending well.

    Twitter and Square shares have been hit particularly hard in the recent stock market rout.

    Square shares fell below their IPO price of $9 for the first time Wednesday morning, while Twitter TWTR, +0.96% shares were down 4%, trading at a record low of $15.56 intraday. Analysts said the two companies, which are headed by Chief Executive Jack Dorsey, are viewed as risky holdings by investors in a time of market turmoil.

    “I think investors may just be repositioning their portfolios away from show-me story kind of names,” said Meghna Ladha, senior equity analyst at Susquehanna International Group.

    “I think investors may just be repositioning their portfolios away from show-me story kind of names,” Meghna Ladha, senior equity analyst, Susquehanna International Group.
    The two companies are still unprofitable and Square SQ, -7.18% which went public on Nov. 19, 2015, has more to prove as it hasn’t yet issued its first earnings report as a public company, she said. Ladha remains neutral on Square.

    Mark Palmer, managing director at BTIG, said he doesn’t see a “concrete” reason why Square’s stock has been falling, but has heard from some investors who are concerned that the market downturn will lead to a recession, which then hurts small businesses — Square’s main customers.

  18. Because olo says:

    Here’s your daily Cristina…

  19. Minnow says:

    Because living in the 7th Century with savages is the right thing to do (dammit!)

  20. As the GOP remains mired in anti-science denial, NASA reveals 2015 was the hottest year in recorded history
    40 minutes ago
    NASA, NOAA Analyses Reveal 2015 Was Hottest Year in Recorded History
    53 minutes ago

    Perfect timing!

    According to WUWT it looks like they had to include global sea surface temperatures in order to manipulate to show warming. Because satellites still show no warming. Much of the southern hemisphere sea surface temp data is missing compared to the north. So you know the drill!
    Adjust away to your heart’s desire!!

    The Oddities in NOAA’s New “Pause-Buster” Sea Surface Temperature Product – An Overview of Past Posts
    Bob Tisdale / 10 hours ago January 20, 2016
    Guest Post by Bob Tisdale

    NOAA revised their global surface temperature product in June 2015 to show more global warming during the post-1998 period. Those data manipulations supposedly ended the slowdown in global warming over that period. The changes to NOAA’s global ocean surface temperature product were the primary cause of the NOAA’s hiatus-disappearing act. That dataset, NOAA’s new Extended Reconstructed Sea Surface Temperature dataset, version 4 (ERSST.v4), received a lot of media and blog attention when NOAA published Karl et al. (2015) Possible artifacts of data biases in the recent global surface warming hiatus back in June 2015.

    The new NOAA ERSST.v4 sea surface temperature dataset has since been included in both the NOAA and the GISS global land+ocean surface temperature products. Because the oceans cover about 70% of Earth’s surface, the new NOAA ERSST.v4 data are a critical component. But there are numerous oddities in the new NOAA “pause-buster” sea surface temperature data. I’ve published a series of blog posts about those curiosities. In addition to the post-1998 period, those posts also dealt with oddities found in the earlier data as well. This article provides a summary of the past posts. I’ve also added and clarified a few discussions where necessary.

    This post confirms that Congressman Lamar Smith should be questioning NOAA’s recent revisions to their sea surface temperature product.

    • TreBob says:

      I’m going to go out on a limb here and make a prediction, just like real scientists:

      2016 will be the hottest year on record and that warming will be largely attributed to human activites.

      You heard it here first folks, Jan 20, 2016.

    • Octopus says:

      “Pause-buster?” But what pause? They’ve been crowing about record-hot years every year, for the past decade. 😆 (with only wacky-jiggered stats to “prove” it)

      • And if you ask why you don’t notice or feel it ever after all these years then you’re just a dummy who doesn’t understand science. You’re not gonna FEEL it being warmer but billions have already died!

    • Because olo says:

      Holy shit. So they include sea temperatures in a super el nino year. Can’t imagine why that might pull the average up. 🙄

  21. CAUGHT ON VIDEO=> Migrant Student Beats Dutch Teacher – Breaks His Arm

    It’s just a culteral misunderstanding. Where he came from it’s customary to beat your teacher and break their arm. Only bigots can’t see that.

  22. Cologne Imam: ‘Half-Naked’ Women ‘Wearing Perfume’ Were Responsible for Rape, Sexual Assault

    Jim Hoft Jan 20th, 2016 9:58 am 100 Comments

    Cologne Imam Sami Abu-Yusuf blamed German women for sexual assaults and rapes by migrants on New Year’s Eve.

    Imam Abu-Yusuf told Russian TV,

    “If they walk half-naked and use perfume, things happen.”

    It’s the woman’s fault.

    Of course he did!

    • pineapple says:

      Where are the feminists!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      Where is the OUTRAGE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      • Minnow says:

        Imagine the outrage if anyone in this country (let alone….. say…. some evangelical Christian preacher as an example) were to explain away hundreds of rapes using this logic!??

        Maybe in Chicago – okay, I’ll give you that….. you know.

        But, I mean…. anywhere else!!!

        Come on!!??!!!!!!???

        • pineapple says:

          How do libtard heads keep from exploding when they happily give Islam a pass for this shit when they wouldn’t tolerate it from anyone else?

          • Because they would rather be raped than admit some other cultures are dangerous hell holes. And their inhabitants are knuckle dragging, violent haters who’ve had any compassion or empathy beaten out of them at a young age.

          • Minnow says:

            Don’t forget….. if this is discussed on NPR at all, it will be heavily “cleansed” to leave doubt in the listener’s mind as to who is actually raping whom? And, the far reaching nature will not even be mentioned. Thus, leaving the numbskull progressives who listen to this shit with a vague idea that “rape”.

            And, oh when is the Nordstrom mid-winter sale anyway?

          • rightymouse says:

            They give Islam & protected categories of people a pass to feel good about themselves.
            They get self-righteous when they condemn everyone in the acceptable hate categories to feel good about themselves.

        • kingkuffa says:

          Yeah, I can see the title of the page at LGF now: “Your Daily Dose of the GOP-led War On Women”, authored by Furious Burka.

  23. pineapple says:

    Ted Nugent videos because Fatso would not approve.

  24. Minnow says:

    Hey Barry Three-Chins…. how much you go now? 4-Fiddy?

    Perhaps you would like to use this opportunity to explain why your avatar photo is 20-years old?

  25. Minnow says:

    Well, at least the “refugees” are rational anyway……….

    When’s the celebration where we all get to sit around in a circle with drums and patchouli incense and tie-dye ‘n shit?

  26. Minnow says:

    “Biden Woos World Elite” REALLY says a lot about the “World Elite”.

    We are so fucked.

  27. Because olo says:

  28. Octopus says:

    Chunky is really, really worried and upset! 😆

    Maybe we need a MAJOR indisputably climate change-related disaster before this makes it onto the political radar
    1 hour ago
    Why isn’t this leading the cable news shows? NASA, NOAA Analyses Reveal 2015 Was Hottest Year in Recorded History
    1 hour ago
    You may have missed it, but this is important news: NASA, NOAA Analyses: 2015 Was Hottest Year in Recorded History
    1 hour ago

    Yes, a MAJOR disaster would do it. Like this one:

    Or this one:

    Man sprouts gills!!1!

  29. Because olo says:

    WTF is “climate change related”? 🙄

  30. swamprat says:

    Science by “consensus”:

    If science can be consensual, can it also be statutory?

    Global Warming is a very young theory, as scientific theories go, so we have not had time to gather enough facts to determine its validity.

    That’s right: I am saying it is too young to be considered consensually and belief in a theory this young could damage it, especially if it proves to be invalid.

    You simply cannot believe in a theory that is too young and/or invalid; it just wouldn’t be right.

    We will just have to wait unless laws are enacted to “monkey” with our conceptions.

    But barring such statutory apes, we will just have to stifle our urges to merge reason, facts and logic to form an opinion too soon or worse yet, too quickly.

    I think it would be vile to have science by consensus on a theory this young. It wouldn’t be right. We must be patient and let it mature.