Curious Lurker reminisces about the old LGF

With the descent of LGF into an obscure blog full of unemployed losers, it’s hard to believe there was a time it was a powerhouse. 10 years ago at this time, LGF was a premier news aggregation website and one with political influence. That was the due to the diverse collection of commentators and views. Charles embarked on a purge in the hopes of gaining acceptance from progressives. Today he is viewed as a clown on Twitter and gets nothing but ridicule.

LGF’s resident Islamist, Curious Lurker condems any thought of LGF being better in the past.

Bad Old Days

110 Comments on “Curious Lurker reminisces about the old LGF”

  1. Octopus says:

    Holy shit, it’s getting weird…

    So I go out back to smoke a cigarette.
    20 minutes ago
    Weird experience in the alleyway. People are so weird sometimes.
    23 minutes ago
    No selfies.
    34 minutes ago
    Step back and look, grasshopper.
    34 minutes ago
    Be patient.
    35 minutes ago

    He makes “a living,” but it isn’t pretty. 😯

  2. Octopus says:

    Watching “13 Hours” tonight, in Lincoln’s bedroom. Well, a hotel in Lincoln. Close enough.

    I’m getting so much hate on for the corrupt, lying old witch. I had read the book, but the movie is so in-your-face with the stupidity and evil. Please let the shrill shrieking harridan be indicted!

  3. Octopus says:

    Some of us feel Furious Burka is another creation of Chunky’s sick mind, and this post tends to support that, imho. I doubt if “she” would provoke the ban-stick by posting such an ugly reminder of Chunky’s “Days of Hate And Raging Racism.” It’s an inside jobbie.

    Nice try, Fatass. 😆

  4. pineapple says:

    Furious Burka always the victim. She needs to sit on a pork falafel.

  5. ISpeakJive says:

    Chunky says it like it’s a bad thing.

  6. Octopus says:

    The fat pos is ripping a man who hates jihadist monsters, thereby declaring his own support for same. Good on ya, Chunky!

    I’m More Hateful Than Pamela Geller by DAVID FRENCH
    May 7, 2015 4:03 PM @DAVIDAFRENCH

    The New York Times has peered into Pamela Geller’s heart — and found it full of hate. I’ll let others make the argument that it’s unseemly to so viciously attack the victim of an attempted murder just three days after the attack — to accuse her of intentionally provoking the attempt on her own life and the lives of her friends and supporters, no less. And Rich Lowry has offered a convincing argument that Geller was motivated not by hate, but rather “defiance.” Let me instead offer a defense of hatred. But first, a confession. I’m far more hateful than Pamela Geller. In fact, I’d argue there’s no way that she could hate jihad more than I do. I’ve seen jihad up-close, in an Iraqi province where jihadists raped women to shame them into becoming suicide bombers, where they put bombs in little boys’ backpacks then remotely detonated them at family gatherings, where they beheaded innocent civilians while cheering wildly like they were at a soccer match, and where they shot babies in the face to “send a message” to their parents. I’ve seen the despair in the eyes of the innocent victims of jihad, and — believe me — that despair is infinitely greater than the alleged “anguish” caused by a few cartoons. Moreover, I put my hatred into action, not by hosting conferences featuring defiant cartoons, but instead by doing my absolute best to accomplish a mission that included killing or imprisoning every single jihadist we could find. We were quite proficient at our jobs, but I deeply regret that we weren’t even more proficient. And while I did my best, I didn’t do nearly as much as those who laid their lives on the line “outside the wire” each and every day. Many of those brave men hated jihad even more than me. Simply put, to know jihad is to hate jihad. And if you hate jihad, you will likely do more to help actual Muslims — to save them from death and misery — than the most politically-correct newspaper editor or the most hand-wringing academic. I don’t know Pamela Geller, and I certainly don’t know her heart, but it’s simply bizarre that so few of the tens of thousands of words decrying her “hatred” have actually examined the actions of the jihadists she opposes. Isn’t genocide worth hating? Isn’t the systematic oppression of women? The selling of children into slavery? And in our hatred, we are in good company. As the writer of Proverbs states, there are “six things that the Lord hates, seven that are an abomination to him” among those “abominations” are “hands that shed innocent blood.” Those are jihadist hands — hands even God hates

    Read more at:

  7. kbdabear says:

    Toot attempts wit…

  8. Bunk X says:

    Where is Deray?

  9. Bunk X says:

    I think we’re done here.

  10. rightymouse says:

    Unless he’s dressed as a woman, then all bets are off, right dumbass??

    • Arachne says:

      More importantly, folks – check the TIME of Fatass’s tweet. I assume he uses Pacific time.
      3:00 a.m. and he’s busy on Twitter. Dude, the last time I went to Twitter at 3:00 a.m. was the morning of the Napa earthquake to find out what my fellow Bay Area folks were experiencing.

      (At the same time PRAYING that this was not based in San Francisco because if it came through my town at that strength, the City was probably severely damaged.

    • Bunk X says:

      This is what got Charles’ XXXL chonies in a wad:

  11. ISpeakJive says:

    But Gus, this contradicts Chunky declaring that Twitter is a private company and thus can do whatever it wants, anytime it wants, for whatever reason it wants, and nobody has a right to complain about it, EVER.

    You’re treading on thin eggshells here, mister.

  12. Juan Epstein says:

    Chick is a fraud. Full stop.

    And there was a shooting at UCLA.

    Get back to the office and research, Charles!

    There’s death in them there hills!

  13. pineapple says:

    Fatso is being stupid again. How in the hell could some unknown new candidate running under #nevertrump siphon off voters who like and support Trump? #nevertrumpers were never going to vote Trump anyway.

    Sometimes Fatso doesn’t things through, makes him look like an idiot.

  14. rightymouse says:

    When liberals hate on each other….

    • Arachne says:

      You know, Fatso, “Welp” stopped being cute around the time you and I left high school.
      Look for others to follow suit. They were just looking for a good reason.

      BTW, will you still be defending His Fake Blackness now?

  15. rightymouse says:


  16. rightymouse says:

    Well, she might pick him because he’s such a wussy & she can push him around.

  17. rightymouse says:

    Guess you haven’t looked in the mirror lately.

  18. Arachne says:

    I’m really enjoying hearing all the pundits now speculate that the Dems may probably dump Hillary for a Biden/Warren ticket. I believe I’ve been saying this for four or five months now.

    • Octopus says:

      The thing is, how will they placate the Socialist Sanders Wing? I know they’ll be slick abouot burying the Bern, but will his followers come out and vote for the replacements? I tend to doubt their enthusiasm.

      • Arachne says:

        It was interesting to hear Rush expound on this yesterday after pooh-poohing the suggestion the previous month. Valid point is that it can’t be done AT the convention – Sanders has had significant wins so there’d be no way to deny him the nomination if Redwood Thighs goes out – however, AFTER the convention, should “something happen”, the Sanders supporters will have “gone home” and they might be able to pull it off.

        I disagree – the Sanders supporters are rabid as rats. They reform like the BLOB in the movies and be pissed as hell.

  19. Octopus says:

    Home sweet home, after a lovely drive in from Nebraska today. The kids and their boyfriends were home for a week or so while we were gone, and they did a very nice thing: They finished painting the rest of the house, including our master bathroom, and built beautiful wooden shelves in there for our towels. They also spent a lot of time outside, planting new flowers and fixing up the patio with a newly-painted table and chairs, and a sweet umbrella. It’s great to be home!

    Also, George is giddy about us all being back, and his new twice-daily walking schedule. He’s in great shape. When I came in the door, he knocked me down with a major love-tackle. He stuck his tongue in my mouth, too. I know where that tongue has been. 😯 😆

    • rightymouse says:

      Sounds like the boys are working it. Good for them! 🙂
      Welcome home!

      • Octopus says:

        Hi, ‘Mouse — one of the boys is semi-moved in, with our older girl, and the other one is trying to get our baby to agree to a wedding date. It’s complicated, but both of our girls are seemingly taking a level-headed approach to these advances. The wife and I, we have our concerns and preferences, but we like both of these suitors. They’re both good guys, with different but very specific ambitions. Both are hard-working and independent types, with very different backgrounds, one being Derry Northern Ireland Catholic (a terrorist) and the other being Detroit Reformed Judaism (immediate ancestors terrorized and murdered). I had fun with both on the West Coast. They like to drink in moderation, like me. My girls barely drink at all, like their mother. Lightweights and middleweights. 😉

        • That all sounds great Octo. And I loved your reports from out West. Just hearing them helped me remember my travels with my family and friends. And your musings on your daughters are very interesting. You know when you have daughters people make jokes about “Oh you better have a shotgun handy to keep the guys away”. But that’s very off base. I don’t want to control them at this age and I welcome relationships with guys. They own their bodies and are sensible. I just want to make sure they have quality relationships and do not get hurt in any way. And I think I mentioned here a few months ago that it was one of my daughters who broke up with a boy and broke his heart. He was distraught for a couple weeks. He was running cross country with my OTHER twin daughter so I was at meets during that time. You could see he was working through the pain. He’s a fine boy and I think I really empathized with him more than my own kid! Fortunately he’s a smart guy and was able to see his way out all are now fine friends.

          • Octopus says:

            It’s weird and uncomfortable at first, when your daughters suddenly get interested in teh boys. Then you get used to it, like you get used to everything. They’ve both had pretty good taste in guys, with only a couple of “mistakes.”

            As for the trip out West, I gained about ten lbs eating out 2-3 times a day, and indulging in frosty libations. Time to get back on the bike, treadmill and weights. Don’t want to turn into Chunky Octoman. 😯

  20. Octopus says:

    Still enjoying my Replacements “greatest hits” collection. I know they aren’t for everyone, but if you like messy, original, personal-sounding indie-rock, it’s tough to top them. They destroyed themselves commercially when they could have been as big as REM, but they left a very strong legacy. I got into them thanks to a cassette of their album “Tim” I bummed off my brother, when I was helping him move in the late ’80’s. That was their best album, but you need the good ones from their other efforts.

  21. Octopus says:

    Young couples and their issues.

  22. Octopus says:

    Ever gotten too involved with the neighborhood bar? I did, after graduating from college and moving home prior to getting married. My old neighborhood buddies were in a different place, but then we were always in different places, while still being drinking buddies. In retrospect, some were crashing hard, while others were building lives for themselves. I didn’t hear this song until shortly after I had to cut ties with most of these guys. It hit me pretty hard.

    • Bunk X says:

      Yeah. The drift. I kept in touch with a small handful, but the others are either dead, in prison, or otherwise went feral.

    • Because olo says:

      Even weirder is when you get hired at the local chemical plant as an engineer, only to discover that a couple of the kids that used to bully you in junior high are plant operators. Awkward.

      • Octopus says:

        Looking at my wedding pics we finally removed from the bedroom wall in our recent painting frenzy, I notice that three of the groomsmen are no longer with us, and another one is in really bad shape with fatal emphysema and morbid obesity. The only ones who are in good shape today are my brothers. So, there’s that.

  23. Wow French Open is really fun this year. Serena looks awesome. I watched her and Venus destroy some Russian girls. Sorry ladies. Team America came to town and just crapped on your little dream. Yeah you think you’re “doubles professionals”! LOL. Then a couple of black track athlete Amazons (sisters, no less) show up and ruin everything. Oh shit! And I watched Djoky play some kid who looked fantastic. He has like 3 names which I don’t remember (one’s like Bautista or something). A monstrously good Spaniard that I think may be the future of the men’s singles. Awesome tennis. Now I’m watching this Gasquet who’s just been quietly building a great career (while losing his hair!) battling it out with the burly and surly Andy Murray. Venus was playing the other day and the main judge chastised her for communicating with her coach with signs. And Venus is like are you shitting me? She said “I’m 36 years old”. And ranked high for decades. And sister to #1 player in the world. She probably only has a coach because it’s a qualifier criterion. Unspoken: Shut your dumb French mouth idiot. I’m Venus fucking Williams. But the Williams sisters are too smart and kind and gentle to say stuff like that. Heh! This is a good one.

  24. Arachne says:

    Daedalus – have you warned St. Augustine that I’m coming yet???

  25. Because olo says:

    • ISpeakJive says:

      Iowahawk doesn’t vote. Is he a felon? Is that why?

      Crappy. He’s not lacking opinions or criticism for someone who can’t be bothered to participate.

      • rightymouse says:

        Has he ever explained why??

        • Octopus says:

          I never heard that about him. I don’t agree with that stance, but I understand it. Politicians are a creepy bunch, for the most part, and politics a very grimy business. You still have to hold your nose and make choices, though — otherwise, the even-worse side wins.

  26. pineapple says:

    The great orator Barrack Obama LOL.

  27. Octopus says:

    Just wow. And people wonder why Trump’s message on illegals resonates. 😆

  28. Octopus says:

    Shocking news about marijuana! Turns out it’s not the great panacea for all social ills they thought it was going to be. Good shit, right, Gus? Really good shit! 😆

    • ISpeakJive says:

      I read today that early use is associated with a permanent 10 point IQ drop. Ruh-roh!

      But some good news, Uber is responsible for a 50% drop in DUI’s in some cities.
      And Austin just banned them. So progressive!!

  29. kbdabear says:

    If anyone is wondering why Toot is suddenly ignoring the UCLA shootings, it might be because it was one of his muslim buddies going Sudden Jihad

    UCLA Killer Was Mainak Sarkar, Who Had a Kill List and Possible Other Victims

    Also, on a social media page, his religion was listed as “Islam.”

  30. kbdabear says:

    The reason Toot isn’t talking about the UCLA shootings.

    UCLA Killer Was Mainak Sarkar, Who Had a Kill List and Possible Other Victims

  31. kbdabear says:

    In case anyone is wondering why Toot is being awfully quiet about the UCLA shootings today

  32. ISpeakJive says:

    Trump supporters have discovered Chunky’s bumpersticker maker. Toot probably didn’t realize it could be used for good and not evil. Haha.

  33. Octopus says:

    Fatass thinks this shrill yammering is the Big Shit-Hammer on Trump. 😆

    Hillary is just thrashing Trump like an orange-faced stepchild.
    7 minutes ago
    Hillary: “I will leave it to the psychiatrists to explain his affection for tyrants.”
    10 minutes ago
    Hillary: “I’m willing to bet he’s writing a few (nasty tweets) right now.” BOOM
    13 minutes ago

    “BOOM”…I think Chunky just fell off the futon. 😆

    • rightymouse says:

      BOOM? What the hell was so boomtastic about what she said? LOLOLOLOL!! Gawd, he’s so stupid. 😆

      • Octopus says:

        Nothing was boomtastic. Screechy, yes. Boomy, no. 😆

      • Arachne says:

        Will the psychiatrists be explaining her penchant for lying, extortion, and criminal behavior? As to affection for tyrants, let’s review who she and her boss coddled up to from 2008 to 2012.

        And I don’t think Trump would have ignored cries for help from that embassy, you low life c**t.

        • rightymouse says:

          Also, psychiatrists would get headaches trying to figure out Billy’s penchant for chronic adultery. He can’t keep his dick in his pants any more than Weiner can. Should anyone be surprised that Huma and Hill are such good buddies?

    • pineapple says:

      I could only listen to that bug eyed, pantsuit wearing, screaming cankle for about a minute.

      Trump is going to have a field day with Shillary.

  34. Octopus says:

    People are beginning to take him seriously. It’s going to be a weird but very interesting political campaign.

  35. Octopus says:

    They get peevish on the rare occasions when the media asks them hard questions. 😆

    This is another damning episode that will be ignored completely by the self-identified Liberal MSM.

    • rightymouse says:

      Deflection is the liberal way. My youngest moonbat sister is like that. Refuses to accept personal accountability for eff-ups and deflect, deflect, deflect.

      • Octopus says:

        We are well-acquainted with the type, ‘Mouse. It takes a special dedication for a moonbat to maintain their irrational beliefs deep into adulthood. Have to ignore a lot of facts.

  36. rightymouse says:

    Hillary is capable of going Thatcher on an Alpha Male like Trump? BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!

    • Arachne says:

      Freddie follows 1500 people, of whom only 358 follow him back.
      Maggie was a statesmen, Fatso. Redwood Thighs isn’t intimidating ANYBODY. Trump is going to filet her like today’s catch at Scoma’s at the Wharf. He isn’t afraid of her. Hell, BERNIE isn’t even afraid of her.

      Oh, and I get that Oblahblah is chompin’ at the bit to get involved in the election – he sounded like a MORON in Iowa going after Trump last night. And I have a strong feeling that unlike McLame and Rominex, he is going to have NO problem skewering Obama’s policies once the countdown to the general begins.