Creep is damaging my name!

Although Charles is a joke of a blogger in 2016, he acts as if it is still 2006. In his delude worldview, Mr. Toot acts as if he is still a player in political punditry. Charles has a sick obsession with his names sake who is also a loon. Charles makes an excuse for his obsession with the other Johnson.



Charles does not have a good reputation with or without the antics of the other Johnson.

55 Comments on “Creep is damaging my name!”

  1. Octopus says:

    There is no possible way anyone could damage Chunky’s name and reputation amongst sane people, any further than what he has already done since his Moronic Conversion. You can rest easy about that, Fatass. The deed has been done for a long time, and it’s permanent.

  2. Octopus says:

    Try to imagine McDumbth helping another human being, as this gal did. Never happen! 😆

  3. Octopus says:

    No boots on the ground, said the Unicorn Messiah. The defeat he snatched from the jaws of victory upon his affirmative action appointment as Supreme Loser, is escalating, just as he’s preparing to abscond to his Hawaiian getaway mansion. Nice job, asshole.

  4. Because olo says:

  5. ISpeakJive says:

    Is anybody watching “Last Man on Earth?”

    There’s only a handful of people alive after a virus sweeps the globe, and two of them are named Phil Miller. They both can’t stand each other. Actually there are three of them if you include the worm named Phil on the space station.

    Everybody starts calling the first Phil Miller “Tandy” to keep track of which one is which.

    It’s so stupid but I can’t stop watching. Kinda like the soap opera with these guys. 🙂

  6. Octopus says:

    Did we ever get the final confirmation that this was Lawhawk?

  7. PeteP says:

    Chucky said not long ago he’s “taking back the brand” in regards to his name and Chuck Johnson. Looks like it’s didn’t work out for him.

  8. rightymouse says:


    I took down my Rebel flag (which you can’t buy on ebay any more) and peeled the NRA sticker off the front door. I disconnected my home alarm system and quit the candy-ass Neighborhood Watch.

    I bought two Pakistani flags and put one at each corner of the front yard. Then I purchased the black flag of ISIS (which you can buy on ebay) and ran it up the flag pole.

    Now, the local police, sheriff, FBI, CIA, NSA, Homeland Security, Secret Service and other agencies are all watching my house 24/7. I’ve NEVER felt safer and I’m saving $69.95 a month that ADT used to charge me.

    Plus, I bought burkas for my family when we shop or travel. Everyone moves out of the way and security can’t pat us down.

    Hot Damn — Safe at last — Ain’t America great or what?

    • Octopus says:

      Those are some great ideas. Might be some drawbacks, but I can’t think of any right now.

    • Abu says:

      Thanks for that, R-Mouse. I’m gonna share with some of my peeps. Like Octo said, it’s hard to come up with drawbacks, except CAIR bitching 24/7, which makes me smile. 🙂

    • rightymouse says:

      My son’s God-father passed this on to me for my amusement. He & his wife are God-loving conservatives, who are in the tank for Trump. So are my beloved cousin and her hubby.

  9. Octopus says:

    Whoa, doggy. Thought you learned a lesson, about flying too close to the sun. 😯

    • Because olo says:

      Is Toot going senile? 6502 is what the original Apple II used. Or is that supposed to be sarcasm?

    • ISTE says:

      I am currently in a nightmare. Product I am supposed to be building and shipping was designed and programmed over 30 years ago. Using FORTH and the Rockwell R65F11

      The R65F11 was obsolete over a decade ago.

      We have a daughter board which has a WDC65C134 and an eprom on it that emutated the 65F11 chip.

      Fucking 2MHz clock. DINOSAUR!!!!!

      Problem is, firmware is written in FORTH… May as well be in Swedish, no way to recompile in C++ and run on a modern day MCU

      • Because olo says:

        I’m pretty sure there’s a FORTH compiler for PIC or AVR out there. Either one has >> grunt than the Rockwell.

        PIC and AVR are both pretty bonehead simple to work with. You just gotta struggle with the manual and the gazillions of special purpose registers.

  10. Live Video: President Obama and President Raul Castro of Cuba Deliver Statements to the Press
    45 minutes ago

    That’s right Fatso. You are correct to put the two Commie leaders on equal footing. The diminished and disgraced lame duck US Preezydunce and the Commie dictator who oversees a third world hell-hole banana prison island.

  11. Octopus says:

    Not one bit, actually. Those cars are all messed-up jury-rigged hoopties, with parts from anywhere jammed in. Might be enough sun-blasted tin to make one modest car show somewhere, next to a roadside zoo in the desert.

    • kbdabear says:

      Maybe for some hard to find body parts that haven’t been rusted through from the humidity. The original drive trains are gone from most of them, replaced with Lada, Trabant, or tractor engines.

      Probably cheaper and easier just to order the parts from specialty fabricators than take the time and hassle to bring a 52 Chevy out of Havana.

      Jay Leno bought a 3d printer to fabricate parts for his collection.

  12. Another Trump Supporter Charged With Assaulting Protester in Tucson
    4 hours ago


    Now, the world is faced with a different scenario: In Tucson, a black Trump supporter and U.S. airman faces criminal charges after sucker-punching a white Trump protester.

    As seen in videos, a long-haired white man wearing an American flag shirt and carrying a sign that said, “Trump is bad for America,” was being escorted out of the Tucson Arena on Saturday when he was punched by a black Trump supporter. The crowd cheered as he began to kick the protester when he was down. Shouts of “Trump! Trump!” began.

    Trump, from the podium, was condemning protesters at his rallies just before the attack.

    “There’s a disgusting guy, puts a Ku Klux Klan hat on,” Trump said as the man was being escorted out — referring to the protester’s friend, as The Post’s Jose A. DelReal reported. “He thinks he’s cute — he’s a disgusting guy.” Trump added: “They’re taking away our First Amendment rights. They’re troublemakers. They’re no good, and we better be careful. We’ve got to take our country back, folks.”

    So a white guy wearing a KKK hat get’s punched out by a black guy. And this is somehow Trump’s fault?

    But here’s the Washington Bleep’s caption:

    Violence at Trump campaign events has been increasing in intensity despite Trump’s insistence that his rallies are peaceful. Here’s a look at how the violence has escalated to the events in Tuscon on March 19. (Daron Taylor,Monica Akhtar/The Washington Post)

    The left are scum. Nothing but scumbag liars.

  13. Octopus says:

    Couldn’t help noticing that Bell’s Oberon beer is back in the grocery store, when I was picking up a few items for dinner. Frozen salmon and hole-y kale, and some Cheetos. Anyway, that became my favorite “summer beer” last August. Try it, you’ll like it.

    • OLT's Buying Nontoxic Paint Remover and a Glove Sponge says:

      Bell’s Oberon – Fat Bikini-Clad Lesbians Drink It After Mowing The Lawn

  14. Octopus says:

    The Unicorn Messiah counters with, “That’s ALL we have in the US, are political prisoners. We could learn a lot from Cuba.”

    • poteen2 says:

      I’m glad Bamster opened the door to Cuba. Cuba isn’t China and those Castro boys should live long enough to see a Jack in the Box or Starbucks on every corner in Havana,,, and know they can’t stop it anymore.
      Milk shake revolution.

  15. Octopus says:

    Once upon a time, in the Before-Time, the Long Long Ago, Chunky was on the correct side of many issues. I know, it’s nearly impossible to believe now. The evidence is still out there, much as he’s tried to erase it. The internet is forever. 😆

    Goracle Shares Prize with UN
    By Charles Johnson
    10/12/07 8:23:28 am • Views: 1,761
    To no one’s surprise, the Nobel Committee has awarded their meaningless, politically driven Peace Prize to the Goracle, and the United Nations: Gore and U.N. Panel Win Peace Prize for Climate Work.

    The chairman of the Norwegian Nobel Committee, Ole Danbolt Mjoes, addressed reporters after the awards were announced and tried to dismiss repeated questions asking whether the awards were a criticism — direct or indirect — of the Bush administration.

    He said the committee was making an appeal to the entire world to unite against the threat of global warming.

    “We would encourage all countries, including the big countries, to challenge all of them to think again and to say what can they do to conquer global warming,” he said. “The bigger the powers, the better that they come in front of this.”

    He said the peace prize is only a message of encouragement, adding, “the Nobel committee has never given a kick in the leg to anyone.” [As Alfred Nobel spins in his grave. – ed.]

    In this decade the Nobel Peace Prize has been given to prominent people and agencies who differ on a range of issues with the Bush administration, including former President Jimmy Carter, who won in 2002, and Mohamed ElBaradei, the director of the United Nations’ nuclear monitoring agency in Vienna, in 2005.

    And let’s not forget that other paragon of peace, Yasser Arafat.

    UPDATE at 10/12/07 8:32:55 am:

    Meanwhile, a High Court judge in Britain has ruled that Gore’s film is bursting with lies: Ruling Against Climate Film In Schools.

    A High Court judge has ruled that schools should not show a climate change film by former US vice-president Al Gore – unless teachers balance his one-sided views.

    According to Mr Justice Burton, Mr Gore’s film An Inconvenient Truth contains nine scientific errors that are not supported by mainstream scientific beliefs.

    Earlier this year, the Government sent copies of the Oscar-winning film to all secondary schools as part of a teaching pack.

    Kent school governor Stewart Dimmock then took the case to court, accusing the Government of “brainwashing” children with propaganda.

    UPDATE at 10/12/07 8:59:11 am:

    Spiegel Online slobbers over the Goracle: Too Big for the White House: Can Superstar Gore Still Run for President?

    Al Gore — almost-president, climate change icon and now Nobel Peace Prize winner — transcends politics. He has done so for a long time, and now he certainly hovers far above the swamp of an election campaign, with its mudslinging, tedious debates and populism in the provinces. He is of a far different caliber: a statesman who was never head of state.

    At his last appearance before a large audience, Gore happily sat on stage with the Afghan President Hamid Karzai, Philippine President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo and Archbishop Desmond Tutu, the 1984 Nobel Peace Prize winner. Someone like that no longer concerns himself with questions about his position on the abortion debate or which taxes he wants to cut.


    • rightymouse says:

      Al Gore AKA Sex Poodle is an effing joke. But I must confess that he’s been brilliant in conning millions from liberal idiots.

  16. Because olo says:

    Oh, no she dintnt.

  17. Arachne says:

    Which reminds me – nothing from Fatass today about the abominable performance of President Dirtbag in Cuba which has gone beyond embarrassment and would be impeachable if done by anyone else?

    • Minnow says:

      When I saw that dickhead standing in front of Che for the photo op, I just about lost it.

      This half-assed President Shitbag has some real balls to do that. He is shining everyone who loves freedom on big time.

      Che was a two-bit punk and a ruthless murderer.

      Fuck Obama.

  18. Octopus says:

    Trump has a broad range of enemies seeking to scuttle his campaign. The more I see this, the more I am convinced we should all vote for him.

    • rightymouse says:

      I totally agree.

      • rightymouse says:

        We should vote Trump. Am now feeling bad I didn’t vote for him in the primary.

        • Octopus says:

          No, you shouldn’t feel bad. There’s plenty of room for legit skepticism about Teh Don. That’s true of every candidate, though. Trump is a serious force to be reckoned with, and I am curious to see how far he can go. If he goes all the way to the WH, he’s guaranteed to be a better president than the current asswipe. So much more amusing, too. 😆

          • rightymouse says:

            He was smart to go to Washington.
            I’m praying that Priebus does the right thing. Rush has been pretty clear that the Reps don’t care who wins, so long as they get to maintain their status quo.

          • ISpeakJive says:

            I don’t understand why Kasich is taking Soros money at this point, do you?

  19. pineapple says:

    I guess the Clinton’s are going to throw Odumbo under the bus now

    Bill on the video says “if you believe we finally come to the point where we can put the awful legacy of the last 8 years behind us”.

    WOW….. was that a woopsie or did Clinton tell the truth for once?

    • kbdabear says:

      Toot is going into full panic over this. The usual “DECEPTIVELY EDITED!!”, “OUT OF CONTEXT!!!” and of course “RIGHT WING SMEAR JOB”

      • Arachne says:

        Deceptively edited HOW, Senor Shitbag? I heard what I heard. He bashed Bush as well, of course, but he’s still believing HE was the reason for the great economic boom of the 90’s as opposed to the boom – he conveniently forgets that the economy crashed like a wave in 2000 – when the bubble burst well in advance of the election.

      • Because olo says:

        “Seem”. 😆

  20. Minnow says:

    Americans skeptical about God…..

    I’m not.

    Thank you God for all of your Blessings.