Still need a clue

Charles wonders why Leftists who used to be freindly to him, now give him no respect.


Progressives never considered you one of them Charles.


88 Comments on “Still need a clue”

  1. kbdabear says:

    Dodger goon Chase Utley says it’s been 26 weeks since he broke a shortstop’s leg and 26 days until the Begging Bowl anniversary

  2. kbdabear says:

    Toot trying the “Man Under Siege” act again, and as usual no evidence of any “piling on”

  3. kbdabear says:

    Toot, you really need to get over Pammy, it’s been 9 years

  4. kbdabear says:

    To anyone who’s never read Toot’s manifesto, I can keep you from wasting five minutes of your life. Four minutes for the page to load, and one minute after you’ve discovered you’ve wasted five minutes of your life..

    “Everybody on the Right is a bunch of racist haters. Repeat 10x”

    • I think one of Chunk’s main motivators for changing his stripes is the chance to go on a banning and blocking spree. I noticed he has a mean streak a mile wide. And he really gets his rocks off by banning people who respect and admire him. And are shocked and hurt by his vicious and unfair actions. I don’t imagine saying fuck you and putting a personal block to people you can’t ban on Twitter is nearly as thrilling.

  5. bernie sandspurs says:

    It’s not as if he hasn’t updated his resume over and over again. How many times does he have to reaffirm his moonbat status?

    • His problem is he’s always been a vicious jerk. It’s hard to warm up to someone whom you have vivid memories of ridiculing and belittling you or people you like and admire. Other problems are not being able to write, no original content or reportage, being obsessively negative about people and not having any personal charisma. When you add changed political views 180 degrees in a matter of mere weeks people can see you have no character and are probably a liar and not just a little dumb for thinking you could do that without wrecking your business. And now he also comments way too often on things revealing himself as sloppy, overly simplistic, unoriginal and dull-witted.

  6. pineapple says:

    Poor Fatso is being “abused” by Barbie Sandwich…… what a crybaby.

    Keep up the good work Barbie Sandwich!

  7. Octopus says:

    Steve Miller: “Who?”

  8. kbdabear says:

    Of course along with the “Man Under Siege” act, Toot feeds all day on any mention of him on Twitter because “I’M RELEVANT I LIVE IN THEIR HEADS!!”

    • Octopus says:

      It makes his fat-clogged heart go all a-twitter, to be mentioned by anyone. It’s really sad, to see an old man reduced to such groveling abasement.

  9. Because olo says:

  10. Because olo says:

    Young Icarus.

  11. ISTE I walk alone says:

    “I walk alone
    Every step I take
    I walk alone”

    Rest of the song is bullshit in my opinion….

  12. kbdabear says:

    Pammy *cough* Mandy (cough) Dana *cough cough*

  13. kbdabear says:

    Toot furiously fills out the form….

  14. Octopus says:

    Oh my, it’s so sad! 😆

  15. rightymouse says:

    We’re now in Nongkhai right on the Mekhong river across from Laos. We’re staying at an old friend’s guest house. It’s lovely but HOT.

  16. Juan Epstein says:

    “Feel safe of Twitter”?


  17. kbdabear says:

    Royals DH and designated calendar marker Kendrys Morales reminds us that it’s 25 days until the Toot Begging Bowl anniversary

  18. kbdabear says:

    Open the book and read it Toot, you might learn something!

    • Octopus says:

      I wonder if somebody forced that book onto Fatass, after getting sick and tired of his constant whining. 😆

    • Wow this book has wonderful gems of wisdom on handling criticism:

      Aldous Huxley – “I invite you to fuck off”
      Kurt Vonegut – “Fuck off and get off my website”
      William Styron – “I cordially invite you to fuck the hell off”
      Thornton Wilder – “Thanks for your thoughts. Now fuck off”

      And so on…

    • Also, bunch of dead white guys. I guess women and minority writers have no wisdom about handling criticism? I hope someone calls him out on that. I can’t see Angry Black Lady wanting to read that shit. Or any of the orange-haired, tatooed and pierced LGBT types he wants to run with.

    • And methinks he may be hoping to get some traffic through his Amazon portal. We might be seeing a lot more book picks from the Fat Man.

  19. pineapple says:

    This is pathetic.

    Fuckface still trying to get fat Ollie’s approval with a dumb tweet. Fat Ollie still ignores him.

  20. Chunkles should have read this post about Cicero’s views on envy while on Brain Pickings. Chunky should have used his envy as a motivator to produce better content, better and more thoughtful writing and more mature perspectives. Instead he unwisely used his envy to wage a scorched earth war with his former friends, destroy his website’s traffic by running off the quality commenters, and establish himself as a moron SJW Twitter troll. None of which has helped his pathetic begging bowl.

    Cicero, translated from Latin by C.D. Younge, writes:

    Could a wise man be subject to grief, he might also be liable to pity, or even might be open to a disposition towards envy… Compassion and envy are consistent in the same man; for whoever is uneasy at any one’s adversity is also uneasy at another’s prosperity.

    Cicero considers envy a “soul perturbation” and a form of grief — “a grief arising from the prosperous circumstances of another, which are in no degree injurious to the person who envies.” But because our capacity for such anguish at the good fortune of another springs from the same source as our capacity for anguish at their bad fortune, which is the wellspring of compassion, envy may be a function of our lowest self but it is inseparable from our highest self:

    As pity is an uneasiness which arises from the misfortunes of another, so envy is an uneasiness that proceeds from the good success of another: therefore whoever is capable of pity is capable of envy.

    Eighteen centuries before David Hume made his insightful case for vanity as proof of virtue, Cicero similarly suggests that envy is rather like a tuning fork for our instrument of motivation — a mobilizing force that helps us discern the direction of our desire and then pursue that path with purposefulness:

    Envy implies being uneasy at another’s good because one does not enjoy it one’s self… How can it be right that you should voluntarily grieve, rather than take the trouble of acquiring what you want to have? For it is madness in the highest degree to desire to be the only one that has any particular happiness. But who can with correctness speak in praise of a mediocrity of evils?

    In other words, envy helps us identify what we value. The wise person, Cicero intimates, is not the person immune to such human perturbations but the person who observes these emotions with openhearted curiosity, examines their causes, and uses those insights to better steer herself in the direction of what is envied in order to acquire these qualities and outcomes for herself.

  21. pineapple says:

    Brigitte Gabriel is awesome! I have never seen this before.

  22. TreBob says:

    Nothing really to do with Charles, even though he acts like a big penis penis penis, LOL.

    Just a little song I enjoy singing:

  23. pineapple says:

    Not a big Bill Maher fan but this part is worth it.


  24. kbdabear says:

    I wonder how the Race Detective missed this?

    Clinton, De Blasio make awkward racial joke at NY dinner

    • Octopus says:

      They keep trying to humanize Shrillary, and it just keeps getting worse. 😳

      Not that the MSM even notices, when the Left goes racial-humor. Imagine the shrieking and solemn censorious tones if anyone on the GOP-side had made such a joke. 😯

  25. Pakimon says:

    Philadelphia Flyers owner Ed Snider dies at age 83 after a two year battle with cancer.

    At least he got to see his Flyers battle into the playoffs one last time before he passed.

    Snider has been the owner of the Flyers since their founding in 1967.

    Thanks for the lifetime of memories, Ed!


    • Stonemason says:

      they say Heaven has one helluva band, now the hockey greats of the past have one helluvan owner.
      RIP Mr. Snider, you will walk together forever with those who went before you.

  26. Octopus says:

    This is precious — the Unicorn Messiah’s crib has a crazy new “Facts? Sheee-it!” about Teh Warmening. People gonna die. 😆

    White House ‘Fact Sheet’ Says Climate Change Could Kill 27,000 Americans In Summer of 2100

    By Penny Starr | April 11, 2016 | 2:40 PM EDT

    Fire near Ventura, California. (AP Photo)

    ( – In a “fact sheet” issued by the White House in conjunction with a climate change report made public last week, one of the impacts of increasing temperatures is the deaths of thousands of American people over the course of one summer.

    “Extreme heat can be expected to cause an increase in the number of premature deaths, from thousands to tens of thousands, each summer, which will outpace projected decreases in deaths from extreme cold,” the fact sheet stated.

    “One model projected an increase, from a 1990 baseline for more than 200 American cities, of more than an additional 11,000 deaths during the summer in 2030 and more than an additional 27,000 deaths during the summer in 2100,” the fact sheet said.

    The summary of the climate change report, titled “The Impacts of Climate Change on Human Health in the United States: A Scientific Assessment,” states that climate change is “a significant threat to the American people” and that the findings in the report “represent an improvement in scientific confidence in the link between climate change and a broad range of threats to public health.”

    • ISpeakJive says:

      27,000 people will die from heat. 85 years from now. This is crazy.

      Alternate headline: Eighty-five years from now, due to a Republican administration, 5% of poor elderly people still won’t be able to afford climate-controlled nuclear battery exoskeletons. It’s a national disgrace!

  27. Joe Satriani – Rock guitar master

    Chunkles Johnson – Rock guitar owner

  28. Hilarious. In Britain a blind, toothless watchdog gets a clue bat two decades too late. Twenty years ago he was lecturing on the teddible, teddible risk of Islamophobia due to rampant immigration. Now they have large enclaves of Muslims who literally hate the English and avoid all contact with them and prefer to live under sharia rules.

    Seems pretty much true of all Europe. Eventually it’s going to look something like Iraq and Syria. And the ethnic Europeans absolutely will go to their graves calling anyone with a whit of sense a racist and a Nazi.

  29. This sums up the situation nicely. Chicagoans are shooting each other at an alarming rate. But they’re soft on the criminal armed drug trafficking gangbangers who are doing the shooting and breaking the gun laws. Often commuting sentences for gun violations. Instead Progressives go after the NRA. And WH advisor Valerie Jarrett (and Chicago resident) blames Indiana. Yes, Indiana.

    Shelby noted that among recent sentence commutations:

    Seven convictions of possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime;
    Four convictions of possession of a firearm by a felon; and
    Two convictions of use of a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking offense.

    While Obama and Jarrett call for more restrictions on law-abiding citizens as a measure to curb violence, especially in urban areas, they seem reluctant to prosecute gun crimes.

    “Under the existing federal gun laws, he could take every felon with a gun, drug dealer with a gun and criminal gangbanger with a gun off the streets tomorrow and lock them up for five years or more,” the National Rifle Association’s executive vice president Wayne LaPierre said. “But he won’t do it, his Justice Department won’t do it, and the media never asks why. So convicted gangbangers carry illegal guns because they fear rival gangs more than they fear being prosecuted for a gun charge.”

  30. Oops. Hey at least the remaining students who haven’t fled will have more room for “safe spaces” away from the white kids and profs.

    Mizzou will be closing the Respect and Excellence halls (ironic names, given the circumstances) in order to utilize dorm space “in the most efficient manner” to keep costs down.

    In March, the university announced that it saw a sharp drop in admissions for the coming school year, and will have 1,500 fewer students. This will lead to a $32 million budget shortfall for the school, prompting the need to close the dorms in order to save money.

    “Dear university community,” wrote interim chancellor Hank Foley in an email to the school back in March. “I am writing to you today to confirm that we project a very significant budget shortfall due to an unexpected sharp decline in first-year enrollments and student retention this coming fall. I wish I had better news.”

    Mizzou was ground zero for the campus protests that began last fall. Students protested perceived incidents of racism and demanded the university administration sufficiently acknowledge their feelings.

    The students wanted the administration to take some kind of action toward curbing racism, even though nearly all the “evidence” showing it was some kind of problem was based on anecdotes from students who never filed reports and appeared more interested in cultivating victim status than actually making realistic changes.

    One point of contention that accurately summed up the mentality of the protesters was the demand that the university president resign because he hadn’t done enough for students after the shooting death of Michael Brown, which had occurred two hours away (and a year earlier) in Ferguson, Mo.

    Students were doubly upset the president didn’t immediately jump to condemn their unsubstantiated claims of racism or make official pronouncements regarding Brown’s death. (State and local investigations exonerated the officer involved, whom Brown had attacked. Obama’s Department of Justice accepted their conclusion about the case in declining to pursue the case as a civil rights violation.)

    Ultimately, Mizzou’s president resigned, and the protests largely ended, showing the protesters weren’t actually interested in change but in claiming scalps.

    During the protests, a Mizzou professor named Melissa Click pushed and threatened a student journalist. Click was eventually charged with assault and fired. The protester’s behavior became an embarrassment for the school, which soon after saw the drop in admissions that would lead to the dorm closures and budget shortfall.

  31. kbdabear says:

    Tigers first baseman and murderer of baseballs Miguel Cabrera reminding us that it’s 24 days until the Begging Bowl Anniversary

  32. pineapple says:

    Now the poles are moving because of climate change people!!!!111!!1!1 Billions will DIE!!!!!!!!!

    It’s almost like these global warmists sit around and make this shit up.

    “Hey everyone let’s say the poles are moving, yea that’s the ticket. Some of this shit will stick, must keep trying to get one gullible idiot at a time.”

    Fatso is one very large gullible idiot.