A Week’s Worth of Little Green Footballs Headlines: What’s Missing?


[Hint: It’s round on the ends and high in the middle.]

351 Comments on “A Week’s Worth of Little Green Footballs Headlines: What’s Missing?”

  1. Minnow-redux says:

    Charles is probably fitting his burka right now.

  2. Bunk X says:

    Charles couldn’t bring himself to post anything about the Tennessee fires either because we’d mock him again about the State Flag.

  3. Bunk X says:

  4. ISpeakJive says:

  5. JimboXL says:

    Such evil, demonic hatred on the Dim side, celebrating people’s lives being destroyed and wishing more were destroyed. It starts at the top, I’d say many Dim, lib, prog leaders probably enjoy seeing people hurt, keeping people poor and seeing lives ruined.

    That guy’s tweet could just as easily have come from ISIS and would have sounded about the same.

  6. Bunk X says:

    Charles pussyfooting around a proud vet is precious.
    “@sf49ersfan5249 But I appreciate you getting back to me on this and thinking about the issues. I wish it was less rare.”

  7. DudeBro says:

    Besides the taint licker Kragar, are all the other originals now gone?

    • Octopus says:

      Is the fake-lawyer Lawhawk still groveling around there?

      Regardless, it’s just a tiny echo chamber now, with the few sycophants displaying rigid adherence to the opinions of Chunky McDumbth, aka Cheetos Icarus, aka Fatass, aka Chubby McStompyfeets. Nobody ever dares to voice a dissenting opinion, except when a sock is burned for humorous effect.

      Remember when there were tens of thousands of daily visitors and commenters, contributing to the most vital and boisterous ongoing conversations in the entire young blogosphere? There was no begging for nickels, no fascist dogma being enforced, and you had to go WAY over the line to get yourself banned.

      You know the bitter clinger Chunky wakes up in a cold sweat occasionally, dreaming of what he once had, and wondering how he managed to throw it all away.

      • Bunk X says:

        Remember the posts where he opened the registration door for a half hour, then shut it and bragged about how many hatchlings walked into the nest? Even back then I thought it was odd. He made it a “privilege” to post comments.

        • Octopus says:

          Oh, yeah. He thought he was Teh Gatekeeper Of Blog. Such a tool, even then, while hiding his worst tendencies for the most part.

          That must have been a shocking moment of clarity when he realized that not only was there no need to restrict registration anymore, but he was going to have start trolling constantly on Twitter for attention hoping to drum up some new business, while begging what was left of his sad swamp to sign up for memberships and donate more cash besides.

      • Anat T. says:

        Alexa ranking today:

        Breitbart global rank: 231; rank in the US: 36
        LGF global rank: 158,125; rank in the US: 37,805

    • Bunk X says:

      None of the funfux are there anymore. No Obdicut, no SpaceJesus, no Asswhistle, no Jimmah. Only Viscous Bouche and a few other minor players.

  8. Octopus says:


    Friday night, Colorado plays Washington for the PAC-12 championship, and we will be rooting hard for the Buffalos. There’s going to be a shitstorm of controversy if the committee slides UM into the fourth national championship playoff spot, and we would heartily welcome such a kerfuffle. The chance to play OSU again? The chance to redeem a wounded season with a national championship, unlikely as a win over Alabama would be? Be still my evil beating heart! 😆

  9. ISTE says:

    Charles yet again gets it wrong. When I saw his tweet I thought he was mistaken. I remember the incident.

    Stockholm syndrome is named after the Norrmalmstorg robbery of Kreditbanken at Norrmalmstorg in Stockholm, Sweden. During the crime, several bank employees were held hostage in a bank vault from August 23 to 28, 1973, while their captors negotiated with police. During this standoff, the victims became emotionally attached to their captors, rejected assistance from government officials at one point, and even defended their captors after they were freed from their six-day ordeal.


  10. Juan Epstein says:

    What’s missing?

    Original content from an Independent Journalist!


  11. Juan Epstein says:

    And nothing about the “genocidal” FB post by the Ohio jihadist saying he would kill a billion if he could.

  12. Definition of Irony: President who blames “fake news” for losing an election sits down for interview with magazine famous for publishing fake rape story.


  13. Arachne says:

    Can I ask a question? Is the LGF Headline for “Giving Tuesday” a plea for people to donate to LGF?

  14. Arachne says:

    Oh my god. I just managed to look at it using Google Chrome. What a fucking mess that front page is. He’s literally ripped off Breitbart and Twitchy for his format.

    And you’re right. NO independent “journalism”.

  15. Octopus says:

    I think we need a little Christmas cheer around here…

    Hark! The herald angels sing. Here comes Santa Claus. Jingle all the way! 🙂

  16. Octopus says:

    If Chunky Was Married: https://www.thesun.co.uk/living/2288497/jeremy-kyle-and-viewers-shocked-by-obese-man-of-44-who-makes-his-74-year-old-wife-feed-him-every-two-hours-and-wash-his-privates/

    See, Fatass? It’s not too late for you to find love. For every old shoe there’s a mate. Get out there and find your rumpswabber! 😆

  17. Minnow-redux says:

    Very heartwarming to see that the Dems in Congress still don’t “get it”. Their vote for the battleaxe Pelosi indicates that, to them, the status quo is acceptable.They now qualify as “the last by which the old is set aside”.

    (From my father’s sage advice: “Be not the first by which the new is tried, nor the last by which the old is set aside.”)

    Hahahahahahahahahahahahahaha. Dems. HAhahahahahahahahahahahaha

  18. Minnow-redux says:

    Nice wordpress…. hack up my post. That originally read “status quo is acceptable”. And, “They now qualify…”

  19. OLT's Because You Have No Clue says:

    Aw, Kurt Schlichter is giving Stalker Charles some attention today.

    He’ll be nigh insufferable with joy.

  20. Octopus says:

    Is that why you don’t have a job, Gus? Priced yourself out of the market? And here I thought it was the nightly brain-fry and all-day twitter time-waster.

  21. Octopus says:

    Pete Sinclair, again. Biggest Youtube douche since the “Leave Britney Alone”-guy got a haircut, and grew a pair. Pete blathers on and on, never getting any facts right, and Fatass posts his insipid twaddle as if it’s Holy Writ.

  22. Octopus says:

    Except for the hundreds of thousands of immigrants flocking here to make their fortunes every year, willing to work hard for long hours to make better lives for themselves and their offspring. I know lots of these people personally. They wipe their shoes on trash like you, Gus.

    • Minnow-redux says:

      Gus, did anyone ever make mention to you that you are a lazy, no good piece of shit?

      Well – you are.

      Everyone (with FEW exceptions) has to work for a living. So, why do you view yourself as too good to work? And those who don’t work are usually quite miserable. But then, I don’t have to tell YOU that.


      What special skill set were you born with that allows you to look down your nose at those of us who work?

      Hey dumbass, if you work hard you get rewarded for it.

      Hey dumbass, if your chosen profession ain’t doing it for you – go find another one. Lots of us have.


      America is the land of opportunity and freedom among many other wonderful things.. Too bad that you are so dense that you cannot figure that out.


      • Minnow-redux says:

        -and if you will please excuse me, I have work to do….. and money to earn!!!


    • OLT's Because You Have No Clue says:

      Not true, we’re not all Democrats.

    • Bunk X says:

    • Bunk X says:

      • rightymouse says:

        Hey! Gussy! You Loser! Also tell that to survivors of Pol Pot’s genocide in Cambodia who live the American dream here. Am proud to have one as a daughter-in-law.

    • Arachne says:

      Are you being held prisoner, Sterno Boy?


  23. Al-Sleazeera says:

    I just looked at Fat Charlie’s site for the first time in roughly a year. It’s a clone of every other left-wing site, only it’s completely free of content as usual. Cut-and-paste independent urinalism at its finest.

    Not a single word about OSU of course. I’m sure Fatty thinks that the terrorist attack was justified because someone supposedly sent a strongly-worded letter to a few mosques, or because some muslim got yelled at to take off her headscarf. Oh, the humanity! Oh, the injustice of Trump’s America!

    Muslim ban keeps sounding better every day.

  24. Octopus says:

    The Garage Scold went off on America last night. Usually, these full-throated whines coincide with him being booted out of one cozy garage and needing to find another pronto. Either that or one of his tricks cheated him out of his fee in the Safeway alley.

    America cares. LOL!
    7 hours ago
    Merry Christmas! Please.
    7 hours ago
    American government say low income people don’t pay enough into Social Security taxes while rich people like Trump pay no taxes.
    7 hours ago
    America is the land of a routine society. Halloween; Thanksgiving; Christmas; New Years; Super Bowl. Yawn.
    7 hours ago
    America is the land of empty promises and false hopes.
    7 hours ago
    America is the anti tax nation that thinks it can solve everything with taxes. Both the left and the right.
    7 hours ago
    It’s ironic but trickle down economics is a form of wealth redistribution. That doesn’t work.
    7 hours ago
    Altruism! LOL!
    7 hours ago
    Reason? Greed.
    7 hours ago
    Give a rich person a huge tax break and they turn around and try and find the cheapest labor they can find.
    7 hours ago

  25. Octopus says:

    Meanwhile, back at the swamp, Chunky finally got “a name” to exchange tweets with him. Expect to see lots of glurge directed at Kurt today, in hopes of sparking some kind of bizarro “relationship.”

  26. Octopus says:

    Remember that time somebody snarked at Chunky for posting links to Zooborns, and he got all butthurt about it? He doesn’t post these links anymore. Guess he just doesn’t love the animals like he was pretending to at the time, for possible click-bait. So many strategies have failed Dear Fatass in his quest to regain his once-effortless (lucked into) popularity and relevance. 😦 😆

    Speaking of massive, outdated, dim-witted and poor-visioned creatures who are still fascinating to observe from a distance…AWWWWWW!! 🙂

    • Pakimon says:

      Rhino births can also be “unsettling”. 😆

      • Octopus says:

        MOMMY! 😆

      • Be a dick for Jeezuz says:

        One of the best scenes he ever did. Back when I was a fan and didn’t know he’s a big jerk.

        • rightymouse says:

          I liked him best in “The Mask” and “The Grinch”. Otherwise, he’s an a-hole.

          • Octopus says:

            So many Hollywood and music business people, it’s the same thing. You like their work, especially their early stuff, and then the more you get to know them the less you can stand them. Some names that come to mind: Depp, DeNiro, and DiCaprio. Dumbasses who can act, and they think this makes them “smart.” Stick to the scripts, boys.

          • Bunk X says:

            “Man On The Moon” was good. He played Andy Kaufman perfectly.

  27. Octopus says:


    How dare you men try to bring attention to male problems, as if you gender-advantaged CIS-normal hetero-aggros had anything to be concerned about besides checking your privilege! Your facial hair is a gross insult to everyone, including people with alopecia and the trans community who have to spend thousands to get unwanted hair lasered off and it still grows back, as if it had eminent domain or some such patriarchal hegemony. Fuck you, men! 😆

  28. Octopus says:


    Movie about Chunky’s hero is being blocked by Hollywood! 😯

  29. Octopus says:


    Sign ze petition, help make Chunky crazier. 😆


    • Arachne says:

      Really Fatso? I was listening to Breitbart radio today. Didn’t hear a freakout.

    • Be a dick for Jeezuz says:

      They have a popup now inviting you to join the fight against anti-conservatives and sign a boycott petition against Kelloggs. They’ve already got 125,000.

      #DumpKelloggs: Breakfast Brand Blacklists Breitbart, Declares Hate for 45,000,000 Readers

      • Arachne says:

        They learned nothing from their failed attempt to boycott Limbaugh. Sponsors made a big show of leaving, forgetting that Rush’s listeners would be happy to take their business elsewhere. Sleep Train, who was a sponsor all the way back to the days when Rush was based in Sacramento, made a big show of leaving, only to find themselves with empty showrooms.

        Begged Rush to let them come back. He said no.

        Libbies don’t eat Kellogg’s cereal – contains too much sugar and isn’t organic. But conservatives ate it – or they used to.

        I can live without Special K or Shredded Wheat. Other people make it.

    • Be a dick for Jeezuz says:

      It is stunning when idiot libturd executives decide to insult more than half the country. And all I have to do is pass up your over priced product and choose the non-Kelloggs knock off. That was easy! Good luck with your next quixotic business move! Libturds don’t like you that much either because you’re a BIG CORPORATION aka evil incarnate. And they eat some earth crotch organic granola for breakfast anyway.

    • Arachne says:

      Kellogg’s also has contributed $1 million to Black Lives Matter.
      So, I guess they only worry about racism and evil when da white guys do it.

      • Octopus says:

        I checked the pantry just now, and found an expired half-box of Cheerios in the cereal section. Nobody here eats cereal anymore, unless it’s oatmeal produced by Quakers who work for Pepsico.

        For a glimpse of the true madness behind Kellogg’s, check out this book, or the movie based on it. Very enlightening. Funny and disturbing, too.


  30. Octopus says:

    Kelly McGillis, ladies and germs. 😯

  31. Arachne says:

    Does Kellogg think the Left even EATS their jive-ass breakfast cereal?
    Wonder how that #GrabYourWallet boycott of Ivanka Trump is doing. Nordstrom and Macy’s told them to pound sand.

  32. Be a dick for Jeezuz says:


    Fools and their money. The Demoncraps kept going further and further wackjob left to the point of absurdity. And then they put up a candidate who blithely breaks federal laws. And their donors just kept pouring in money because they’re unscrupulous jerks, as well. If you don’t let men into the women’s room then you’re a bigot. If you don’t ignore the very real danger of Muslim terrorists then you’re a racist. If you don’t run around with your hair on fire about Climate hoax then you’re anti-science. If you want an enforceable American southern border then you’re a racist. And so on. People are sick of it and hopefully the Demcrap donors learned their lesson the hard way.

  33. Be a dick for Jeezuz says:


    Number of people surprised: 0
    Number of people who hope it’s true: bazillion jillion

    Give Hannity his 9pm spot back or give it to Tucker.

    • rightymouse says:

      Her show is pathetic. She sucks up airtime every night to pimp her book that nobody wants. I make hubby mute the TV when she’s on. Can’t stand her.

    • Be a dick for Jeezuz says:

      Heh. It occurred to me too this shows Zucker has his panties wadded over his little dress down from the Donald. Good luck with that Zuck. Have you ever presided over any cable news not in perpetual last place? You can’t even do knee jerk libturd right. And got caught cheating in the debates. Now your gonna drop a big chunk of change on the damaged Me-Again Kelly who unwisely started shit with a future POTUS and now Fox News viewers won’t watch her. She’ll look even more ridiculous reading the libturd narrative off the CNN teleprompters, showing she stands for nothing in particular.

      • Octopus says:

        She’s peaked at $20M at Fox, and nobody’s going to pay her that anywhere else. That means she’ll have to take a pay-cut and go to a low-rated station. That’s one ego that could use a little air let out.

  34. Be a dick for Jeezuz says:

    What a surprise. Peevish loser in the WH tries to upstage the guy who’s actually doing his job before even taking office. Claims he


    Besides Obungle cherry picks the numbers he likes over the period he likes. And excludes the losses. And CNN will parrot it without checking. He does have good numbers however on bartender and waiter jobs for people who would’ve liked to be in manufacturing.

    So there was a little snark from the White House after President-elect Donald Trump announced he saved about 1,000 jobs in Indiana after negotiating with the air conditioning firm Carrier.
    “If [Mr. Trump] is successful in doing that 804 more times, then he will meet the record of manufacturing jobs created in the United States while President Obama was in office,” Josh Earnest, the White House’s press secretary said on Tuesday.

    Except Mr. Obama actually presided over a loss of manufacturing jobs.

    According to manufacturing employment data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, since Mr. Obama took office in 2009, the U.S. has lost about 303,000 manufacturing jobs. I’m not sure how one even spins that into a positive.

    Moreover, in his 2012 re-election campaign, Mr. Obama promised to create 1 million new manufacturing jobs by the end of this year, and said he was working to double American exports over the next five years, but statistics show he’s fallen short on both measures.

    Between the time he made the promise and October 2016 (the most recent data available), the number of manufacturing jobs only rose by 297,000 — far below the 1 million jobs he promised.


    • Octopus says:

      The lies from this godforsaken failure of a loser administration never stop coming, do they? 😆

      Yes, Obama…and Obamacare is a raging success that people love, the War On Terror is won thanks to you, the seas rolled back, and our energy needs are now being met by burning Unicorn Poop. Thanks, Barry!

  35. Be a dick for Jeezuz says:


    Vice President-elect Mike Pence met with former Secretary of State Condoleezza “Condi” Rice in the Washington, D.C., transition office on Wednesday to discuss bringing her on board the new administration.

    How long before Stompy goes full on racist sexist bigot (by his own moron reasoning of virtually any criticism of a minority with a D by their name) and starts bashing her.

  36. Be a dick for Jeezuz says:

    IOW Libturd lying psychobabble made a crazy man crazier.


    According to the course description:

    At the conclusion of the course, students will be able to:

    Identify micro-aggressions within their daily lives and within society as a whole.

    Define power, privilege, value systems and difference and be able to identify their different forms.

    Recognize the commonalities and differences that exist among people and cultures and how these factors influence their relationship with others.

    Demonstrate a personal ethic geared towards civic responsibility.

    Identify ways in which they can challenge or address systems of power and privilege.

    Demonstrate an appreciation for other points of view and other cultures.

    Recognize the influence of culture on communication and be willing to address any difference of one’s own culture and communication style.

    Use observation, conflict management, dialogue, and active listening as a means of understanding and engaging with others.

    Discuss how they will be socially just global citizenship as part of their lifelong learning.

    “Classes meet twice a week and aim to expand self-awareness and develop valuable dialogue skills. Receive credit for the Leadership Minor and/or the Social Diversity in the U.S. GE while examining and discussing issues and experiences relevant to Ohio State and society,” according to the course description.

  37. Octopus says:


  38. Be a dick for Jeezuz says:


    Why don’t they just give some of their FOOD away in poor minority areas? Instead they create a libturd foundation spouting libturd memes like “structural racism” and donating to some of the worst, politicized libturd groups. And now they’re actively attacking a legitimate news org as supposedly racist.

    • Be a dick for Jeezuz says:

      Boy do these guys know how to step on their dicks. Screw shareholders and profits. It’s all about our VALUES. LOL!

      Kellogg’s announced earlier this week that it is attempting to pull ads from running on Breitbart News’ website because of an ostensible conflict with the company’s “values.”

      Since then, Kellogg’s has suffered a backlash and a barrage of bad publicity, some of it coincidental. On Wednesday, Amnesty International released a report alleging that Kellogg’s profited from child labor and forced labor in harvesting palm oil for Pringles chips sold in China.

      Other Kellogg’s practices are now coming under closer scrutiny, including the company’s involvement in controversial racial disputes and left-wing politics in general.

      Over 125,000 people have signed an anti-Kellogg’s petition hosted at Breitbart.com in less than 24 hours.

    • pineapple says:

      As if on cue, this video just surfaced……. poor Kelloggs.

      “Hey honey…. the Rice Crispy squares taste a little tangy this time.”

  39. Be a dick for Jeezuz says:

    And in the If You Can’t Beat ’em. Join ’em category news of the day.


    If Stompy actually had any journalistic ability, writing skill or the sense God gave a good jack ass he too might’ve gotten a job with Breitbart makin’ some good jack. Not his style though. He’s more in the spittle flecked hyberbolic german rage boy bomb thrower bridge burner camp.

  40. Be a dick for Jeezuz says:

    I might be delayed getting home tonight because the Trump train is going to be moving around our Cincinnati beltways for events. This happened around a month ago except it was Shrillery. I got stuck in traffic close to an hour. Boy was I huffed. I kept thinking, it’s a police escort. Why don’t they just stop her van and go ahead and put the cuffs on her. 🙂

  41. Be a dick for Jeezuz says:


    But putting on a Draw Mohammed contest so teddible, teddible. I hate these lefturds.

  42. Be a dick for Jeezuz says:


    Mark Wahlberg Tells ‘Out of Touch’ Celebs to Shut Up About Politics

    He’s come a long way from that teenage thug he once was.

  43. Be a dick for Jeezuz says:

    Katy gets an award from the Shrilldabeast! http://www.breitbart.com/big-hollywood/2016/11/30/hillary-clinton-gives-katy-perry-humanitarian-award-unicef-snowflake-ball/

    aka The Celebrity Sycophant Who I’d Most Like To Introduce To My Strap-On award.

    • Octopus says:

      Shrillary looks crazier than a shithouse rat in this pic. 😆

      Katy…oh, damn. I used to have a big silly crush. Now it’s all gone. 😥

      • Be a dick for Jeezuz says:

        Yeah this was me about 4 years ago.

        And she’s still dreamy if a bit misguided. I like to think of her moonbattyness as a forgivable obtuseness.

        • Octopus says:

          I know, she can’t help it. My patience for libturds is very thin these days — you’d think I’d be more magnanimous, given the recent election. 🙂

          Besides…we’ll always have Mexico. It was a very hot day. We built up quite a sweat, and then went for a swim.

        • rightymouse says:

          She married that a-hole Brit who looks like one of my ex-boyfriends. Phhtt…

          • Octopus says:

            She has stated to friends that she should never have married that a-hole. It was just a fling with which she got carried away, at a vulnerable time of her life when she was trying to adapt to sudden celebrity. I mean, you’re 24 and worth millions, suddenly world famous — why not marry a socialist fast-talker?

      • ISpeakJive says:

        They both look bad there. I can picture Katie in a fortune tellers outfit when she’s 60. Not a pretty picture.

  44. ISTE says:

    Let me guess Charles….

    Adolph Hitler!

    Am I correct Charles?

  45. Octopus says:


    If it was my job being saved by Trump at Carrier, I’d just want to say one thing:
    “God bless you, President Trump.”

    Not that long, the SCOAMF mocked Trump for promising to save manufacturing jobs like those at Carrier. Don’t you just love that this asshole’s time is nearly up? I mean, I feel like I can breathe again…

    • Arachne says:

      I’d love to see him invite Blahblah to play a round of golf with him at Trump’s course in Westchester (friends say it is a GORGEOUS course). He’d make Blahblah look as incompetent at the game as Flyboy makes me on the Executive course in Livermore.

  46. Octopus says:

    An item at Ace’s too good not to share this evening: http://ace.mu.nu/archives/367168.php

    It’s time to take a blowtorch to Special Snowflake Society. A proverbial one, I mean. Or, a real one. Whatever it takes.

    Shake and bake, baby.

  47. Octopus says:

    Gus found a TV in the dumpster today!

    Hopefully my neck will break and die an immediate death.
    2 minutes ago
    Fake trivia show now.
    3 minutes ago
    Ding, ding, ding. 10 thousand dollars! Spin the wheel! Screams!
    4 minutes ago
    Guess Mayberry RFD is next.
    5 minutes ago
    Free. With a 30 day test drive with $32,000 down.
    6 minutes ago
    America is an energy drink.
    7 minutes ago
    American exceptionalism involves false hopes.
    10 minutes ago
    Broadcast TV is fucking crazy.
    12 minutes ago
    Happy Holidays.
    14 minutes ago
    Stupid games shows are still stupid.
    14 minutes ago

    • TreBob says:

      Geez, I kinda liked Gus better when he was poaching cable off his sister.

    • Be a dick for Jeezuz says:

      OMG he’s such an infant. I guess he hasn’t traveled much to know that crass commercialism and shallow entertainment distractions are all over the world. Even communist China. I myself have the TNF game on hold to get ahead of halftime so I don’t have to watch a bunch of ads interspersed with speculative chatter. And why would you blame America for any of that? Oh right. Trump. LOL!

      Good game eh? Dallas isn’t steamrolling these guys. At least not so far. That was a bad hit Bradford took. We’ll see if he comes back.

      • Octopus says:

        I’m more afraid of Green Bay coming back to win the division in the last game of the season, but one more loss for the Vikings would take them out of the picture for sure. Rooting for Dallas isn’t easy, but I’m trying.

  48. poteen2 says:

    Whooda thunk it.
    DF is gone and Charlie had a flounce today.
    Tis’ the season don’t cha know.
    ( check bottom comments)

  49. Octopus says:

    Getting his ass kicked again, as he always does. Is still very proud that he got “a name” to respond to his constant badgering. Kurt will have to block him eventually, or spend the rest of his life punching a mentally disabled elderly person. 😆

  50. Octopus says:



  51. Octopus says:


    Guns are so great, in the right hands. Law-abiding citizens’ hands. 🙂

  52. Bunk X says:

    These guys are following me. Made my day. http://www.theteetones.com/home

  53. Octopus says:


    Those wildly-free speech-loving operators of Reddit were harassing The_Donald constantly during the election, and have doctored traffic reports to try and keep the sub’s popularity hidden from view. Free speech for libturds, but not for Thee Deplorables. 😆

  54. Octopus says:


    Go Buffalos!!1!

    Mama needs a new pair of bewbs! 🙂

    I feel dirty for wanting this, but I so want the Wolverines to sneak into the national championship playoffs, with a healthy QB headed into a rematch with OSU, and a possible showdown with Bama. We got jobbed in Columbus last week. Harbaugh whined too much after the loss, but his anger at the reffing was justified.

  55. Octopus says:

    Actually, Trump flourishes no matter what you libturds do, or what the RINOs do for that matter. Now, that Obama demagogue….that asswipe needed more focused resistance than he received. Too much unicorn poop to clean up now.

    • Arachne says:

      I love it when he tries to be PROFOUND.
      What’s a demagogue? You mean like Obama? Beastie? Schumer? Reid?
      You’re such a joke.

      Wait till Trump takes office. He’ll be using the word “hubris” like it’s a spice for a salad dressing.

    • Pakimon says:

      Did someone say unicorn poop? 😆

  56. Octopus says:

    I love everything I’ve heard about Mad Dog Mattis, thus far. Nice appointment, Trump!

    From today’s The Federalist.


    I Served With James Mattis. Here’s What I Learned From Him

    To Marines, Gen. James Mattis is the finest of our tribal elders. The rest of the world, very soon, will know how truly gifted he is
    By Stanton S. Coerr
    DECEMBER 2, 2016

    America knows Gen. James Mattis as a character, Mad Dog Mattis, the font of funny quotes and Chuck Norris-caliber memes. Those of us who served with him know that he is a caring, erudite, warfighting general. We also know that there is a reason he uses the call-sign Chaos: he is a lifelong student of his profession, a devotee of maneuver warfare and Sun Tzu, the sort of guy who wants to win without fighting—to cause chaos among those he would oppose.

    To Marines, he is the finest of our tribal elders. The rest of the world, very soon, will know how truly gifted he is. Our friends and allies will be happy he is our new secretary of war; our enemies will soon wish he weren’t.

    I worked for Mattis three times: when he was a colonel, a major general, and a lieutenant general. I very much want to work for him again. Here is why.

    One: July 1994
    I checked into Third Battalion, Seventh Marines in Twentynine Palms, California in 1994. It was 125 degrees in July in the high desert; everyone was in the field. This was a hard place, for hard men training for the hardest of jobs.

    Then-Colonel Mattis, the Seventh Marines regimental commander, called for me to come see him. I was not only just a brand-new captain, but an aviator in an infantry regiment. I was a minor light in the Seventh Marines firmament: I was not in any measure a key player.

    I arrived early, as a captain does when reporting to a colonel, and waited in his anteroom. There, I convinced myself what this would be: a quick handshake, a stern few sentences on what I was to do while there, and then a slap on the back with a “Go get ‘em, Tiger!” as he turned to the next task at hand. This was a busy guy. Five minutes, tops.

    Colonel Mattis called for me. He stood to greet me, and offered to get coffee for me. He put a hand on my shoulder; gave me, over my protestations, his own seat behind his desk; and pulled up a chair to the side. He actually took his phone off the hook—something I had thought was just a figure of speech—closed his office door, and spent more than an hour knee-to-knee with me.

    Mattis laid out his warfighting philosophy, vision, goals, and expectations. He told me how he saw us fighting and where, and how he was getting us ready to do just that. He laid out history, culture, religion, and politics, and he saw very clearly not only where we would fight, but how Seventh Marines, a desert battalion, fit into that fight.

    Many years later, when Seventh Marines got into that fight, he was proven precisely right. It would not be the last time.

    Two: February 2003
    Major Gen. Mattis was commanding general of First Marine Division, in charge of the riflemen who were going to bear the brunt of President George W. Bush’s decision to go to war. He was small, wiry, and feisty, energy cooking off of him, the sort of guy who walks into a room of Alpha males and is instantly the leader. Mattis was a lifelong bachelor married to the Marine Corps, with a reputation as an ass-kicking, ferocious leader, an officer who took shit from no man and would do anything for his Marines.

    Mattis had led First Battalion, Seventh Marines as part of Task Force Ripper during Desert Storm, and had cemented his reputation as a man on the way up. This reputation, well-earned even then, was solidified when he took Task Force 58, pulled together from two Marine Expeditionary Unit afloat, 400 miles over Pakistan and into Afghanistan late in 2001 to retaliate on behalf of us all against al-Qaeda’s attacks on September 11. He was a blunt, smart warfighter, just the sort of man our bulldog savior, Gen. Al Gray, had started pulling up the ladder behind him when he was commandant in the late 1980s.

    I felt very confident with these two major generals—Mattis of the infantry and Amos of the air wing—in charge. And I felt even more confident as I looked around the room.

    The metal folding chairs held hundreds of men. Pilots were in tan flight suits, pistols hanging on their chests in shoulder holsters. Infantry officers sat farther back; these were battalion fire support coordinators, seasoned majors who commanded a rifle battalion’s weapons company (heavy guns, 81 mm mortars, rockets, and TOW missiles) and were therefore the key men in a battalion’s fire support planning.

    These guys were firsts among equals, and were almost always the best and often most senior of the young officers in a battalion. Most had with him his battalion air officer, an aviator serving with a rifle battalion (as I had with 3/7 under Col. Mattis) responsible for coordinating air strikes with the infantry’s scheme of maneuver and the indirect fire of both mortars and artillery.

    The senior aviators, squadron and group commanders, sat near the front, with their counterpart battalion and regimental infantry commanders. Lieutenant colonels and colonels sat in front, captains and majors filling in the rear: hair atop heads grew noticeably more sparse the further forward you looked. Heads shined, and jaws firmly set. Showtime.

    The discussions began with an intel brief. The first bad guys we were going to come across, and those we were therefore most concerned about, were the Iraqi 51st Mechanized Division. They were not the Republican Guard, but had a reputation as having some tough fighters who could shoot straight. The word was that officers were taking all civilian clothes from their men and having them burned, to prevent the conscripts from stripping off their uniforms and fleeing the war, trying to blend back into the civilian population.

    On our side, they were expecting Seventh Marines to be ready to go on 10 March, Fifth Marines ready to go on 20 March, and First Marines ready to go in a month: 1 March. A-day and G-Day would go simultaneously. My ears perked up at this. No pre-invasion bombing? I was expecting the air war to start up any day, to soften the bad guys up for at least month as we did the first time we kicked this Iraqi Army’s ass in 1991.

    No air war? Wow. The briefer didn’t come out and say “You grunts are screwed,” but rather used intelspeak: “We anticipate at this time that there will be no formalized shaping of the battlefield.” Rules of engagement would be fairly relaxed: kill people if they need killin’. Maps were flashed up, showing the initial Battlespace Coordination Line (BCL): we were given permission to kill anything beyond that line. This was going to be a huge, high-stakes shooting gallery.

    Logistics was going to be an issue. It was a long way to Baghdad from there, and there were a hell of a lot of guys massing on the border. When Mattis took the boys into Afghanistan, it took 0.5 short tons (a “short ton” is 2,000 pounds even, versus a “ton,” which is closer to 2,200 pounds) per Marine deployed. They were expecting that it would be five times that effort—2.5 short tons per Marine—to get a guy to Baghdad. I remembered that Gen. Krulak, our commandant in the late 1990s, had made his reputation as a logistics wizard in Desert Storm.

    Good officers study military history, great officers study logistics. Mattis was a great officer.

    Good officers study military history, great officers study logistics. Mattis was a great officer. His “Log Light” configuration for the division was meant to get people north fast, and not try to shoot our way through every little town on the way. As only he could do, he described it thus: “If you can’t eat it, shoot it, or wear it, don’t bring it.”

    Mattis stood. As always, he spoke without notes, having long ago memorized everything.

    “Gentlemen, this is going to be the most air-centric division in the history of warfare. Don’t you worry about the lack of shaping; if we need to kill something, it is going to get killed. I would storm the gates of Hell if Third Marine Air Wing was overhead.”

    He looked toward the back of the cavernous room, and spoke loud, clear, and confident, hands on his hips.

    “There is one way to have a short but exciting conversation with me,” he continued, “and that is to move too slow. Gentlemen, this is not a marathon, this is a sprint. In about a month, I am going to go forward of our Marines up to the border between Iraq and Kuwait. And when I get there, one of two things is going to happen. Either the commander of the Fifty-First Mechanized Division is going to surrender his army in the field to me, or he and all his guys are going to die.”

    Nothing much else needed to be said after that.

    Three: March 2003
    Early in the afternoon, every British and American officer loaded up and headed across the desert to the marvelously named Camp Matilda, one of the Marine Corps base camps farther north towards Iraq. This was my first foray out into the open desert, and it was a National Geographic special come to life.

    Camels ambled along next to the road or stood and stared stupidly at the cars whizzing by mere feet away. I assumed they would be herded by men in flowing robes on camels, like in “Lawrence of Arabia.” The men indeed wore robes and flowing headdresses, but herded their beasts in pickup trucks. Wealthier Kuwaitis zoomed by in red-checked caftans driving the ubiquitous Mercedes sedan.

    Without referencing a single piece of paper, he discussed what each unit would do and in what sequence, and outlined his end state for each phase of the early war.
    First Marine Division was holding their first ROC Drill, the rehearsal of concept of what we were about to do. I had never seen a walk-through like this before. Marines had spent days building an enormous reproduction of southern Iraq in a bowl formed by a huge, semicircular sand dune. Each road, each river, each canal, each oil field was built to scale and even in proper color (water was blue dye poured into a sand ditch, and so on.)

    Each Marine unit wore football jerseys in different colors, and with proper numbers. First Battalion, Fifth Marines, known as one-fifth, wore blue jerseys with “15” on the back, and other units were similarly identified. Principal staff from those units stood on the “border” drawn in the sand. About 300 officers stood and sat on the dune above. It was the perfect way to visualize what was about to happen.

    General Mattis stood up and took a handheld microphone. Without referencing a single piece of paper, he discussed what each unit would do and in what sequence, and outlined his end state for each phase of the early war. He spoke for nearly 30 minutes, and his complete mastery of every nuance of the battle forthcoming was truly impressive.

    A narrator then took over and picked up the narrative, the rest of the first week of the early war in sequence. As he described each movement, the officers from that unit walked to the proper place on their terrain model, and by the end of an hour the colored jerseys were spread over nearly a football field’s worth of sand. What a show.

    At the end of the drill, questions were answered and then Mattis dismissed everyone. No messing around with this guy. Mike Murdoch, one of the British company commanders, leaned over to me, his eyes wide. “Mate, are all your generals that good?”

    I looked at him.

    “No. He is the best we have.”

    As everyone rose to leave, Mattis fired one last directive over the microphone: “You’ve got about 30 days.”

    Stanton S. Coerr was a Marine officer and is a veteran of the war in Iraq. He holds degrees from Duke, Harvard, and the Naval War College, and now lives and works in Washington DC.

  57. Octopus says:

    I just looked at Chunky’s Final Retweet of last night…boy, is this stupid and desperate. 😆

    Such simpering, limp-wristed fascists. No wonder they’ve lost ground practically everywhere.

    • Be a dick for Jeezuz says:

      They say he’s like a warrior monk. This one’s almost Zen-like.

      “PowerPoint makes us stupid.”

    • Arachne says:

      Someone should clue this dipshit that there is no “American Democracy” – we’re a representative/Constitutional Republic.

      I guess the electorate didn’t know what they were doing, then, in 1952, when they elected the former Supreme Allied Commander of the Allied Expeditionary Force President. I think WWII had been over about 7 years.

      No wonder when she was at my office for a Beastie fundraiser months ago that one of the conservative lawyers was worried I’d lock her in a broom closet and tell her to pick her ride home.

    • JimboXL says:

      It seems like in every still photo of Obama and a much stronger leader he’s talking to them and they looked annoyed, bored and aren’t looking at him, like they wish he’d just quit talking.

  58. rightymouse says:

    Forget it, Fatso. Your attempt at ‘humor’ is pathetic.

    • Octopus says:

      OMG…Chunky, you have to know your limits. You are not wired to be funny. You don’t possess wit. You can’t even come up with a halfway-decent pun. 😦

      • Arachne says:

        Apparently the retweet gods would agree. His sycophants will “like” him, but they don’t want this schlock showing up in their timelines.

  59. Octopus says:

    On the other hand, you are great at being a scum-sucking bottom-feeder, as this despicable tweet proves once again. How about we have a gander at your own divorce papers? Bet your ex had a few choice words about a narcissistic n’er-do-well like yourself. 😆

    • Arachne says:

      Well, well, well, Fatso.
      Wonder what would happen if I got my hands on YOUR divorce records.

      From the New York Sun, 2/3/05

      “It certainly shook Mr. Johnson’s soul, already profoundly scarred by a bitter divorce in the late 1990s.” Bitter, you say? BITTER? Wonder if your wife Patty had some choice allegations against you. After all, you DID get that beat up Hyundai.

      • Pakimon says:

        “It certainly shook Mr. Johnson’s soul, already profoundly scarred by a bitter divorce in the late 1990s.”

        Was that a reference to Pam’s rejection of Chunkles clumsy advances at the PJ Media conference? 😆

    • Arachne says:

      By the way, I looked at those documents. Looks like a typical contested divorce to me. The really damning stuff is in a declaration – which is NOT evidence. If you pulled the records of any Hollywood divorce, you’d see something similar.

  60. Octopus says:

    I hope to hear a lot of this number tonight, but then never again, because it’s horrible! 😆

    “I’ve been workin’ on the railroad (5x)
    His truth is marching on!”

    Wow. Somebody phoned that one in.

  61. Octopus says:

    Oh NOOEEESSS! Trump is talking turkey with the Chinese, and they respond as they always do, with empty saber-rattling and tough talk that turns into negotiation very quickly. They aren’t looking for a world war, Fatass, and neither is Trump. An economic recalibration? Let us hope so.

    • Arachne says:

      He called Taiwan. Which no President has done since 1979. Even Ronaldus Magnus didn’t call Taiwan.

      But Trump did.

      Iran’s getting NUKES thanks to your buddy Obama, Fatso. So frankly what you think is not of interest to anyone.

    • B a dick 4 jeezus says:

      FatFeet’s worried about the ChiCom thug government’s typical bluster and threats. But all for smearing the Russians with moron claims that they rigged a US election and got a secret Russkie elected. Such a frickin’ idiot.

    • ISpeakJive says:

      That policy started with Jimmy Carter. That’s all anyone needs to know.

  62. Arachne says:

    I for one am glad to see it. I’m tired of the world pretending that Taiwan is some sort of little black hole sitting in the China Sea.

  63. Octopus says:

    Is Gus now living in the Day Room of “One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest?” 😆

    Horrible week. Barely slept. Everything sucks.
    1 hour ago

    One hour of fucking Judge Judy in the background. Kill me now.
    1 hour ago

  64. Octopus says:

    All I want for Christmas is for either Washington or Clemson to lose this weekend. Please, Santa. Upsets happen all the time in football. We just need one. Come through for me and Wolverine Nation, and we ramp up the cookies and milk big-time on the Eve. Maybe toss in a beejer, if you’re feeling naughty. We have credit card access to back page escorts of the elfin variety, in all flavas. We even have nasty reindoes, for Donder and the gang. Hook us up!

  65. ISTE says:

    Yeah!!!!! Open season on divorce records!

    Charles, I have nothing planned for this weekend….

    This should be interesting.

    Nah, Charles, some things I won’t do..

    Unless you continue to play a dirty game.

  66. Octopus says:

    Hoe hoe hoes.

    • Octopus says:

      Note: dibs on Red, in the middle.

      • ISTE says:

        I got the far right one.She looks like she is nuts and a psychopath.

        I know how to pick the crazy ones.

        • Octopus says:

          Yeah, you picked a live-wire. Black eyebrows, bleached blonde, black eyeballs…a doll’s eyes. Dead, but undead. You’re going to learn some things.

          • Octopus says:

            Btw, my second choice was Happy Valley Moondance, second from left. She looks like she could bake up a great pan of brownies, in between leg-wrasslin’ sessions.

          • Abu penis penis penis lol says:

            Second from left was my first choice.
            / ISTE’s alleged picking psycohas wimmins has yet to be fully vetted

          • Octopus says:

            Good choice, Abu. That’s a very sweet patoot. 🙂

  67. Octopus says:

    We have a wicked football game here. The Buffs lost their QB on their first drive, but the next man up took them down for the tying TD. The Huskies look like champs on offense, with a running game that’s going to wear Colorado down.

  68. TreBob says:

    Ocky, what’s wrong with you people up there? You been drinkin’ the tap water?


    • Octopus says:

      Well, there’s lots wrong with us. I could make a list, but who would read it?

      On the other hand, I see Michigan as a perfect microcosm of the country as a whole, with the relatively small but highly-populated urban areas dominated and rotted by Dhimmicratic fools, and the rest of the healthy state ruled by working people who pay taxes and vote RethugliKKKan. Even the unions are leaning right, aside from the urban MEA, which is a lost cause.

      I’m not worried about a recount unless there are massive corruption and tomfoolery afoot. I don’t rule that out entirely, but there are a lot of eyes on this thing now. I think we’ll be fine.

  69. Octopus says:

    Okay, the winner of the Dr. Pepper tuition-toss football challenge. I’m not saying anything negative, this kid was awesome. But I wasn’t ready for his victory speech, and I suspect there will be internet loathesomeness about it.

  70. Octopus says:

    First play of the second half, and Michigan is toast. Hey, we’ll still go to a nice bowl game, but probably not the championship round. Que sera sera. And fuck it. 😉

  71. Bunk X says:

    This is for you-know-who. God knows we love you Beed. https://youtu.be/PwKVzapoLP4

  72. Bunk X says:

  73. Pakimon says:

    Pakimog say it a beautiful Saturday morning and time for SEC Championship football!

    Representing the East are the # 15 ranked Florida Gators

    Representing the West is/are the # 1 ranked Alabama Crimson Tide

    Pakimog have no illusions. Alabama is going to spank Florida like a redheaded step-child.

    Pakimog watch anyway. Asthe old football saying goes,

    “On any given Sunday…er, Saturday… Whatever.” 😆

  74. rightymouse says:

    HAHAHAHAHA! I don’t think he’ll notice, Gussy!

  75. rightymouse says:

    Fatso is such an attention whore. Dude! David Frum probably has NO idea who the hell you are, nor does he care.

  76. rightymouse says:

    You do that, Gussie. It might help. 😆

  77. Octopus says:


    In case you were wondering about the mysterious origins of Chunky’s Media Matters-fed blather about “fake news” and the Russian Takeover of American Democracy. Boy, what a load of crap! No wonder Fatass is all over it. 😆

  78. Juan Epstein and says:

    I know we’ve had our differences.

    -Independent Journalist with delusions of grandeur.

  79. Octopus says:

    It’s time to gloat again, and bask in the schadenfreude. Schadenboners a’weigh! 😆

  80. ISpeakJive says:

    It’s still going on.

  81. ISpeakJive says:

  82. Be a dick for Jeezuz says:

    Stompy is so burned
    Trump is our President-ay
    Butt hurt makes him sad

    Shrillbeast wanders woods
    Done with politics she says
    Jill lawyers for her

  83. Be a dick for Jeezuz says:

    Shrillbeast is a cow
    Put to pasture for her crimes
    Left will run her still

  84. Be a dick for Jeezuz says:

    Stomp wants attention
    But no one notices him
    This angers him more

  85. Be a dick for Jeezuz says:

    Stompy loved the flounce
    He would make it great drama
    Then they fled in droves

  86. rightymouse says:

    More Fatso argle-bargle.

    • rightymouse says:

      One ‘Like’ & no retweeties?? LOLOLOL! Pathetic!

      • kbdabear says:

        Like that 6th Grade “Why I Left the Right” essay he’s so proud of? First he has to find a similar piece on a left wing site that he can cut and paste, then have one of his sycophants do some creative editing.

        But Toot will write it eventually. Right after he “exposes” Michelle Malkin or right after he does that doc dump from the “Wingnut E-List I’m still on for some reason”

      • kbdabear says:

        As we’ve seen with his music, humor, and photography, writing requires talent in the creative arts which Toot has none.

        Trolling social media and hurling baseless insults is not a creative art.

      • Minnow-redux says:

        Don’t worry Charles. Using ALL your skills as an independent journalist, I am sure you will find someone else’s work to steal….. adorn some lame title to and pretend you have actually had an original thought.

        We are all waiting in eager anticipation.


      • Arachne says:

        Don’t worry Jerry – he’ll write about it just as soon as the individual who ORIGINALLY used the term posts his work.

  87. Octopus says:

    “Right-wing post-modernism?” This is supposed to be a deep subject requiring some deep thinky-piece?

    I doubt very seriously that Chunky even knows what post-modernism is, as it doesn’t apply readily to politics, and isn’t applicable to conservative politics in any way, shape or form. He’s just throwing words out. There will be no deep thinky-piece on the subject, I guarantee you that. 😆

    • JimboXL says:

      Nobody knows what he’s talking about, people saw an unpopular, anemic, same old BS, authoritarian, border-busting, globalist establishment candidate vs an energetic, populist, American-first, outsider candidate and went for the obviously different choice for once. They act like there was something mysterious that needs a 300-page explanation.

    • ISpeakJive says:

      I’m still waiting for a deep analysis of the Obama mass delusion phenomenon that overtook the country. The left is projecting (what else is new) the attributes they thought Obama posessed in 2008, but in the opposite direction. They thought Obama had infinite God-like powers for good, and they think Trump has infinite God-like powers for evil.

      It’s disturbing how gullible people can be.

  88. Octopus says:

    Today is the day that the Lions will finally get their comeuppance, and stop succeeding through smoke, mirrors and luck. The numbers point to a good old fashioned ass-kicking in New Orleans. We’ll just accept what happens, and enjoy the sideline scenery.

  89. rightymouse says:

    Arachne! Am reading about this horrible Oakland fire! Any insight into what happened??

    • Arachne says:

      They haven’t been able to get through the entire warehouse yet to investigate. But it was a horrible place – lots of complaints about code violations, no sprinklers, one exit. Last report I saw was that there are still something like 24 people believed to have been there that haven’t been accounted for.

      It’s in the Fruitvale district, which is just north of the Oakland Coliseum. If the name “Fruitvale” is vaguely familiar to you, it was at the Fruitvale BART station on New Year’s Eve 9 years ago that Oscar Grant was shot by the BART police rookie Johanne Mesherle.

  90. Octopus says:

    More nonsensical twaddle. Is this the post-modern post? 😆

  91. Octopus says:

    Lions win a huge game on the road. Shut down the highest-flying offense in the league. Stafford plays a masterful game, avoiding critical mistakes that used to plague him mercilessly.

    I don’t want to drink the blue and silver Kool-Aid, but I’m forced to take a tiny sip now, with the division locked up and the team playing like…dare I say, “winners?” We might win a playoff game this year. This is kind of cool. 🙂

  92. Octopus says:

    Haven’t you heard about the “record-shattering heat wave” that’s enveloping the Earth? Ask your tubby master about it. Should be a very balmy winter in Denver. Don’t put your shorts and short-sleeved shirts away!

  93. ISTE says:

    I just got yelled at “eat your peas”

    Yes dear, eating my peas.

    A distortion of….

    and….if I member correctly his wife made him eat his peas.

  94. ISTE says:

    I am not anti gay thingies…

    At 2:04 when Marc almond
    starts it is awesome…

    Yep Marc Almond is awesome because he has the same tonal range as me. I can sing along with him

    • ISTE says:

      Lol… just run a test.. I am now an octave below Marc and the three part harmony at the end is unreal

    • pineapple says:

      Here’s an odd pairing.

      Jethro Tull with Marc Almond singing “Thick as a Brick”

      • ISTE says:

        Music seems to transcend all those gay, lesbian, macho etc stereotypes.. Nice find.

        • Octopus says:

          One time I had prime seats on the side of the stage for a Jethro Tull concert, around ’75 or so. I was rocking out during one of the guitar solos, and Ian Anderson pointed his flute at me and laughed. I’m pretty sure he was happy I was enjoying myself, and not just being a dick. I was pretty high at the time, so who knows.

          • Bunk X says:

            Dude was wearing tights, too, ya? Nothing wrong with that.

            Willy “Mink” DeVille was the first guy I saw who wore a dangly earring and it turned me off. Then I heard this:

  95. ISTE says:


    Trust me

    Fingers are not playing music, fingers are tryng to follow a midi to light converter.

  96. Octopus says:

    Even The Eleven are asking, “How would you know this, O Morbidly-Obese One?” I mean, it’s a ridiculous charge based on nothing but hot, cheeto-scented air escaping like ripe flatulence from Chunky’s chubby cheeks.

    • B a dick 4 jeezus says:

      It’s amazing that old short bitch monkey boy progressives want more attention and money, He thinks throwing a few jabs at Obungle is going to send us all out to read his drivel. I still remember when he went on CNN and was interviewed by Bill Press (I think) and Tucker Carlson. Both sides, right? Tucker obviously liked him and found him funny and witty. So Lebowitz called him a dick to his face. And that’s after complaining the political press fosters divisions and hate. Never forgave him for that. Never will. Bet he’d like to go on Tucker’s SUPER POPULAR show and peddle his garbage “book” now. Think it’ll happen?

      • Arachne says:

        Only if Tucker can now call him a dick. Which he can do without even using the word.
        He should invite him on and Stewart’s all excited and Tucker just lays him out for his past and current hypocrisy.

    • Octopus says:

      Made himself rich as hell by playing the kids for the ignorant fools they are, and now wants to sit at the adult table because, hey, I was just kidding around. Fuck you, Jon. As Ace used to say, Stewart has this “clown nose on, clown nose off” schtick where he can never be touched by critics. If he says something offensive or proven incorrect, he was just clowning around. Otherwise, he’s “reporting the straight news with a bit of comedy.”

      Take your book and shove it, Jon.

  97. Octopus says:


    Gotta root for Keith Ellison! Go Islamist radical! 😆

    The DNC has a few problems, eh?

    • rightymouse says:

      I love how Donks blame everyone except the one to blame for her own loss – Hillary.

    • Be a dick for Jeezuz says:

      Thanks to the crooked MSM they truly are in an alternate reality. They’re still blathering about Russia and how the FBI are right wing Rethuglicans. And no mention at all of the total mishandling and repeated embarrassments by the campaign and the DNC. Have we ever seen the DNC head resign and be immediately hired by the campaign she illegally colluded with? And replaced by another DNC head later revealed to be a cheater too? And that the DNC and WH operatives hired crooked thugs to disrupt and attack innocent Trump rally attendees. Or the fact that they even ran Shrillery to the exclusion of all others instead of finding a more attractive and squeaky clean candidate? Not only was Shrillery recently inept, untruthful and criminal in her role as SoS. She was a running joke in the ’90s for being a flagrant liar and being constantly under investigation for Whitewater, Travelgate, FBIfilegate and probably others I’m forgetting. And for being either deceptive or deluded about her husband’s constant infidelities. I think at some point even the younger people can spot a bullshit train driving by and say no thanks.

  98. pineapple says:

    Trump needs to place John Bolton in the administration for something.

  99. pineapple says:

    DUH…..Yea that’s kinda the deal Fatso. These bloated agencies have become leftist, over regulating, lawless and over financed… so yes, hated. They all need a major overhaul.

    Fatso is still not getting it.

    • Be a dick for Jeezuz says:

      That’s Stompy’s deep commentary for you. People should pay him money to sit at home and Tweet the obvious. Maybe some day when he’s done designing big green PAY ME YOUR MONEY! buttons and popups he’ll get around to writing something very important.

    • Arachne says:

      And once again. No examples.
      So….Mattis HATES defense?
      Sessions HATES justice?
      You’re full of shit, Fat Boy.

    • Bunk X says:

  100. rightymouse says:

    Need a new thread please. 🙂

    • Be a dick for Jeezuz says:

      This one’s getting tattered and threadbare like a Kanye Yeezy sweater. I think this guy wants his money back.

      • Octopus says:

        Apparently, Kanye seeks to fill the hawt couture niche of the mentally insane homeless people. Good luck with that, Kanye. 🙂

  101. TreBob says:

    Ahh, longing for that new thread smell:

    • Briareus says:

      Was going to post one last night but the inspiration failed and I ran out of time. I uploaded an image of Charles circa 2009 to an “Age My Pic” site in order to help him update his gravatar. When I clicked to add 20 years, the resulting image actually looked younger, so it was a no-show right out of the gate.

      Let’s see what else we can have fun with as we wait for his divorce records to surface.

      • TreBob says:

        How about some estimates of the amount of global warming Charles is responsible for given the black t-shirt he always wears? We know it isn’t the same shirt because no material stretches that much. Estimating the increase in the amount of black surface area covering his ever growing waist-to-chin area and the watts of heating that area absorbs should tax even the most sophisticated AGW model.

        Either that or we could speculate on how long it’s been since Charles actually saw his penis without a mirror.

  102. pineapple says:

    Nothing screams NEW THREAD like Nina Hagen.

  103. Be a dick for Jeezuz says:

    I just saw this. Someone probably posted it here when I wasn’t paying attention but it’s laugh out loud eye watering HI-larious if you haven’t seen it. Maybe this could top the new thread. It’s schadenfreude on steroids. A joyful holiday celebration of their butt hurt to the tune of one of my favorite holiday songs. Hint: Andy Williams.

    • Octopus says:

      That was fun and festive! 😆

      I really wanted to send it to my libturd relatives, but decided to refrain from repeating the sounding joy. They’re not in very good humor these days. Maybe I’ll send them some figgy pudding, instead.

  104. ISTE says:

    Reposting this because my current interest is Mormon undergarments.

    Ignore the waste of space with the moth eaten wolly Pully.. see the hot cotten garments to the right.

    • Octopus says:

      I saw those. Curious idea of Swedish loungewear, or hospital attire? I just don’t know fashion all that well. Of course, Kanye has blown about $100M on this hobby, so he is having some creative conflicts with the buying public, too. Perhaps he met some wealthy investors in the booby-hatch.

      • ISTE says:

        Just a phase I am going through. White cotton undergarments. Do not worry, by Wednesday it will be black yoga pants again.

        Saturday is probably going to be peeling off damp socks to reveal toe hair.

        Unless ….. 🙂