Race Detective deletes a Tweet to quell racism charges

The world’s most famous Race Detective loves to accuse people of racism without any evidence. On twitter the tables get turned against Charles! Mr. Toot then deletes a tweet that drew the cry of racism from some.






The Race Detective gets a taste of his own medicine.

115 Comments on “Race Detective deletes a Tweet to quell racism charges”

  1. kbdabear says:

    All I can say is….

  2. Octopus says:


    Just roll that bean, baby! 🙂

    This story, along with the one I saw the other day about Hermione taking a year to study feminist ideology and stuff, really tickled me. I don’t know why, but I liked it. You go, girl!

    There’s a great side to feminism that has been all-but-ruined by the horrible, hate-filled fascist feminazi-side. As the father of two girls, I want them to have everything any man can have, and I think they both understand they can, if they’re willing to make sacrifices — just like men do, but even more so, because they have to factor in childbirth and making lots of sammiches. You know what I’m talking about. The field is a bit uneven. Success isn’t easy for anyone, but women who want to be “fulfilled” have to be just a bit smarter about their choices.

    That said, I know Ms. Watson has a shitload of money in the bank, and the potential to earn ungodly amounts in the future. She will be “fulfilled.” In every way, apparently. 😉

  3. kbdabear says:


    • God what a fucking lose-tard Chunk is. First he fucked everything up with the right. Now he can’t seem to help himself fucking everything up with the left. And his favor with them is tenuous to this day after crapping in their faces for 8 years from the right prior to this credibility straining act as a libshit fuckwit caricature.

      • Octopus says:

        Chunky’s way too stooped to deal with the intricacies of left-wing politics, mixed with race-card insanity. He tries, but he’s just clueless. Hasn’t spent much time in the black community, our Pale Fat Warrior. Last time he was around a black man, he fucked that man over but good, stealing a VW from him and killing a poorly-funded tour dead. Not a great resume, racially-speaking. And the horrible surf-guitar noodling…oy.

  4. Octopus says:

    This tribute wrecked me. So much better than Gaga’s self-serving Vegas-y schlock.

  5. kbdabear says:

    Come on Toot, show her your street cred! Toot is down with the struggle! He played with Al Jarreau, George Duke, and Stanley Clarke!!!

  6. Octopus says:

    This isn’t getting any less mythic…

  7. pineapple ¯\_(''-)_/¯ says:

    We’ve been pointing out that Charles Fuckface Johnson has been a racist for a long time now.

    He really stepped in it big time today and got caught.

    That fucker never deletes his tweets unless he is shamed into doing so.

  8. Octopus says:

    I’m a lot more positive toward Bernie Sanders than some people seem to think, but he’s made some very bad choices in this campaign.
    16 minutes ago
    Just to be clear: I’ve said before I’ll vote for Bernie if he’s the nominee because the GOP has to be stopped at all costs.
    18 minutes ago

    Hedging his bets, is Chunky. Slinking towards the challenger, just in case Shrillary has to go to go to prison, instead of the White Whorehouse. He’s NOIVOUS! And not in a cool way, like Jack White. Flop-sweaty, is our big bouncing boobster.

  9. Octopus says:

    Poor Gus! Still tryna be funny, and just missing. Where’s that tawny gal, who doesn’t understand that window-thing, where you think you’re dancing half-naked in front of a black mirror, but there’s some hobo in the backyard sippin’ Sterno and spankin’ the monkey…

  10. Octopus says:

  11. pineapple ¯\_(''-)_/¯ says:

  12. Octopus says:

    Indeed. As do we, Gustavo. Assdooui.

  13. Octopus says:

    George fell asleep while praying for world peace, tonight.

    • rightymouse says:

      George is gonna to trash that couch. 😯

      After our pooch destroyed our old couch, I have one of these draped on another couch we have which is upholstered fabric. He’s still not allowed on the leather couch.

      • rightymouse says:

        By the way, we fixed our dog’s licking, scratching and shedding problem. I remember whining about it on here some time ago :(. NO GRAIN diet. Problem solved, but it took almost a year. His coat is gorgeous now. 🙂

        • Because olo says:

          Dogs often don’t get the right oils, either. Coconut oil is very good, both on the inside and the outside. It’s expensive, but salmon oil is really good for their coats.

          • rightymouse says:

            Husband bought coconut oil and used it on his hot spots that were so awful. Dog would lick the oil off & continue gnawing. It was really bad. 😦 We would get him shaved to dry out the spots & his slurping got worse. Never had this problem with our previous dog.

          • Because olo says:

            YMMV. Coconut oil works really well on my little guy. I suppose it depends on what the deficiency is.

          • rightymouse says:

            Agreed. Sorta like humans in that our make-ups are different. Millions of women take the birth control pill, for instance. It nearly killed me in my early 20’s.

        • ISpeakJive says:

          Really, no shedding? Wow-what food? Salmon and potato??

          • rightymouse says:

            Salmon & sweet potato. Yep.
            He still gets some strands of fur on the other couch cover and occasionally on his doggy beds, but nothing like the clumps of fur that he used to leave all over the house. Also he had a horrible skin condition that resembled dandruff that’s gone now. It took almost a year for him. So I do recommend patience.

  14. Octopus says:

    Awesome hockey weekend, with the Avs-Wings playing outdoors twice. We lost the Alumni Game last night, but we won the one that counted tonight, with a very strong performance. Very entertaining hockey, both games. Now I can look forward to the playoffs with some guarded optimism, and the promise of some very spirited, competitive playoff hockey. The Wings aren’t a perfect machine by any means, but we have a great young goalie, a few veterans with plenty left in the tank for another run, and some very hungry, skilled young guns. I can see my Wings making a real run, if they stay relatively healthy. Oh, and Richards won the game for us tonight, with the same kind of scrappy goal he provided for the Blackhawks last year, at key moments in the playoffs. Omens abounding. 😉

    • Abu Corey Crawford says:

      In the next week your Wings and my Blackhawks go at it. The Hawks have a tilt with the Bruins in between.
      Oh, did the Blackhawks just show who’s the team to beat just now on NBC? Beat the league leading Capitals.

      • Abu Corey Crawford says:

        * go at it twice
        PIMF <<< lol

        • Octopus says:

          That was a good game, Abu. Thought the Caps were going to tie it up late, but Crawford slammed the door. Possible Cup-Final matchup, for sure. I would see Chicago winning that one, too — the Caps have a solid history of playoff-failure.

          My Wings have been a little inconsistent, especially in the scoring department, but on their best nights they look like a very unpleasant playoff-match for any Eastern team. Gotta stay healthy, especially our stars — we just don’t have a lot of scoring-depth.

  15. Octopus says:

    What Steph Curry just did…shut up! 😆

  16. Octopus says:

    My 22-yr-old baby dug this one up today, for the online record…this was taken roughly five minutes ago, in case you were wondering about the date. 😯

    • Octopus says:

      This might be why we can’t cut off their credit-line…

      • Octopus says:

        Uh-oh…someone call the pedo-police. This was three months before I met my wife, and you can see how innocent and trusting she was then. The body on her…I should be slapped and charged with something, just for thinking about it now. Pictured with our nephew and niece, now he’s about to marry for the first time at age 40?, and she’s a prosecuting attorney with two wild boys of her own, nearing puberty. Help!!1!

        • pineapple ¯\_(''-)_/¯ says:

          Nice Octo!

          My 2nd wife is 12 years my junior, our daughter is younger than my oldest grandson from the first marriage.

          When I was 12 she was 0.

          • Octopus says:

            My wife is only 6 months younger than me, but you would think she was 12 years younger, the way she makes a point of being such a relative spring chicken. I can only have one wife, being Catholic (my 8 divorced-and-remarried sibs are all going to Hell), but I’m happy with the one I managed to con into marrying me. She’s a keeper.

          • pineapple ¯\_(''-)_/¯ says:

            Good for you Octo….. I failed twice, too much maintenance apparently. I’m good with my situation now.

          • rightymouse says:

            Hang on to her, Octo! 🙂

        • Thanks for sharing the photos Octo! Love seeing your fam.

          • rightymouse says:

            Totally agree!! 🙂

          • ISpeakJive says:

            Your wife has such a lovely smile. Great family!

          • Octopus says:

            This whole family-thing wasn’t our original plan, but it’s really worked out. We were going to lead carefree lives of freedom, travel and pursuing our own selfish interests, without the burden of rugrats like our sibs were all sweating. Well, that lasted for awhile, through four years of dating and seven years of marriage. “Let’s just stop taking the pill, and if anything happens, we’ll decide what to do….” Right. Good planning. 😆

          • You just happened to find out you’re free to be a great husband, a great partner, a great dad, a great provider, a great leader, AND a great world traveler and finder outer of neat things. Funny how freedom brings out the best in good people. LOL!

  17. Because olo says:

  18. pineapple ¯\_(''-)_/¯ says:

    Found this video the other day, the family has a trailer in Ocotillo Wells. The drone flies over it a couple of times.

    Two weeks from now we’re going to enter the chili cook-off contest. We won the taco cook-off contest last year.

    I hope to retire there one day in the not too distant future for about $100 a month rent. I love it out there, I’ve always been a desert rat.

    My granddaughter broke her arm on the water slide last year.

    • pineapple ¯\_(''-)_/¯ says:

      I thought I pasted the link I guess not.

    • Octopus says:

      Sorry about the broken-arm, which my youngest also managed the day before she was supposed to start second grade. I love the look of the desert, having driven around the US twice in big looping transits, but I couldn’t live there all the time. Just too hot for me. I get dizzy. My ancestors evolved in misty, cool-ish Ireland. My wife’s people, on the other hand, evolved on a sunny rock in the Mediterranean. They enjoy being slow-roasted on a daily basis.

      • pineapple ¯\_(''-)_/¯ says:

        Two A/C units in the trailer and misters outside, not to mention the swimming pool…… it’s not too bad. Without A/C a person could not live there for long. The flash floods can be unnerving.

        • Octopus says:

          I can see you’ve adapted well. I use a fan-driven mister here in MI, out on the patio on hot summer days. It’s a wonderful device. We also keep the AC cranked to 70, from May to October. No sweat, unless we feel like working out. 😆

          Note: We’re going to take off from the frigid region on Monday, for a week in Key West. The wife can only take so much winter, without a break.

        • ISpeakJive says:

          We just did a road trip to Palm Desert last week. That’s kinda close, isn’t it? We go every year to play golf and drink date shakes. It’s so pretty there. Couldn’t do it past about April, though, yikes.

          • pineapple ¯\_(''-)_/¯ says:

            Yea…. fairly close ….about a 75 mile drive to the north.

            If you haven’t taken the tram up San Jacinto from Palm Springs I recommend doing so. …… it’s always 40 degrees cooler up there and picturesque. The views and heights are amazing.

          • Pineapple, that was stunning. Beautiful and dazzling. I want to ride that. When I look at things like that I think mankind can’t be doing that badly.

          • Abu Terra Firma says:

            42 seconds. I almost hurled. I’m still in therapy from the tram ride at the San Diego Zoo.

          • pineapple ¯\_(''-)_/¯ says:

            The tram cars spin around constantly all the way up and down. I much preferred the stationary tram cars before these.

        • Guys I’m taking a train with the fam from N. Ky/Cinci to Arizona on spring break with the girls and their two besties. Gonna check out a little thing called the GRAND CANYON!! Oh yeah.

          • Octopus says:

            The Grand Canyon is awesome! I wasn’t expecting to be so blown away, but it’s really something else, when you’re standing on the edge, clutching the rail with your sweaty hands, feeling the vast void in front of you… 😯

            Pics don’t do it any kind of justice.

          • rightymouse says:

            Agreed. The Grand Canyon is absolutely awesome & breathtaking! And to think glaciers and water made it a long time ago when Gaia was suffering a massive melt -down from dino-farts or something.

        • rightymouse says:

          I could never live in the desert. 😦 Air is too dry. Got nose-bleeds every time I was in Arizona, Colorado or Vegas. 😦

    • I have twin daughters and one of them broke her arm TWICE! Once when sister (who’s a bit of a bruiser) fell on her while playing in snow. And a second time when Mom and Dad idiots failed to get her a bigger bike for her elongated arms and legs (caused the front wheel to double back). Amazingly she’s still active and physical.

  19. Octopus says:

    Rightymouse posted this gem, earlier…I just got caught up. OMFG.

    She needs her safe space, like Chunky McDumbth. 😆

    • pineapple ¯\_(''-)_/¯ says:

      Yea… that’s a “leave Brittany alone” moment. Rush played that on his show the other day.

    • rightymouse says:

      She’s the type of high-maintenance female I’ve warned my son & step-sons about. So far, so good. 🙂 This one would have to be hospitalized if anyone asked her to roast a chicken for dinner.

    • windbag says:

      Did you notice that she whined and sniveled that people called other people “animals,” then concluded that talking to those people was “like talking to less than a brick wall.”? Hypocrisy is a foundational feature of lefties.

      • Seriously I predict she’ll meet the right man, join Amway (or some other life-teaching hard work endeavor), learn about actual hard work and human nature and end up a great person. BTW I’m not in Amway anymore, but I used to be. It takes hard work and marketing talent that I realized I don’t have. I think they call themselves QuickStar now or something. The brainchild of Jay Van Andel and Rich DeVos. The patriarchs of two fantastic families. But it’s a multi-level marketing scheme that’s legal and valid. It’s just HARD to make it work. I recommend it to anyone who’s willing to work hard and find out about people. And that last bit is a real talent IMHO. If you join Amway or something like it you WILL find out who your real friends are. LOL! If you do it, go to the functions and write them off on your schedule C. Then you don’t lose money. Plus they’re motivational and they build you up for life whether you succeed in multi-level or not.

  20. Because olo says:

  21. Octopus says:

    Fat Rebel Without A Clue, is all worked up about the Donald. 😆

  22. Octopus says:

    That Ol’ Benghazi Boogaloo, right, Fatass? 😆

  23. Juan Epstein says:

    Dr. Sleepy.

  24. kbdabear says:

    Remember the Special Snowflake who emailed her boss at Yelp about how she was starving and struggling on her salary and could barely afford food or transportation after paying rent?

    Peak Whine: Life Is Good For “Starving”, “Struggling” Complaining (Ex) Yelp Employee


    • kbdabear says:

      PS – I read that Miss Starving Special Snowflake set up a GoFundMe so that she could still subsist on gourmet cupcakes after Yelp canned her.

      Wouldn’t surprise me if even this whining bint’s GFM has already surpassed Toot’s

    • I don’t get all the indignance though from from the right. It’s clear to me that this little missy is playing a game. She’s taking low paying jobs so she can write comedy about them. I liked her writing and she did make me laugh. I can tell she’s too smart to not get that she’s biting the hand that feeds. And getting let go is part of the funny drama. She just thinks she can build up her comedy writing resume using these experiences. I estimate she’s about 5 times smarter than Chunky McDumbth and will make lots of money.

  25. kbdabear says:

    In the immortal words of Fat Tony; “It’s funny because it’s TRUE!”

  26. Minnow says:

    just because you say so Melissa, doesn’t make it so.

    By the way, I never watched your show once. Not even fifteen seconds worth, and I know from reading about you on the internet that I didn’t miss a thing.


  27. Minnow says:

    …and, Barry – please excuse me, but Romney – you go gurl and step into a race that you have no business in. You will suffer immense consequences. Mark my words.

    Go Trump. The people want Trump.

    Barry, do us all a favor and go choke on your own vomit.

  28. Minnow says:

    oh, and Charles Krauthammer… Mr. Pretend Know-It-All…. you are very wrong about Trump. You are very wrong about the voters in this country and their motivations, and you should really take this opportunity to shut the fuck up.

  29. Octopus says:

    Asswipe-Dicaprio embarrasses himself with a “Billions will die!!1!” speech, while taking his Oscar trophy. Teh Warmening!! 😆

  30. Minnow says:

    So very funny that the Negroes are up in arms about – oh wait – what is it today?

    That’s right the Negroes…. oh no – wait, the Oscars.

    My message to all Negroes….. big deal. Go murder another hundred of your own.

  31. kbdabear says:

    Exhibit T for Toot on why washed up session guitarists, bad photographers, and even worse writers shouldn’t attempt humor. Especially when no one laughs at your jokes, just at you.

  32. kbdabear says:

    Or the Dead Blog Walking

    • Pakimon says:

      On the other hand, Chunkles has a stagnant gofundme page, Twitter, and lots of Cheetos.

      Now that’s irrelevancy done right! 😆