Just for fun.

Uploaded THE classic Charles Johnson image from his 2010 “Dangerous Minds” interview (during which he discussed his incomprehensible manifesto) into Microsoft’s “How-Old.net.

Think about it. He’s 64 according to Wiki, 7 years ago he looked like 66, yet he still pretends to be a young hep cat. Charles, update your avatar to reflect some semblance of reality.


133 Comments on “Just for fun.”

  1. Pakimon says:

    Now we need to run that photo through an age progression program like they have for missing children that haven’t been seen for a few years.

    Of course, the corresponding weight gain would have to be factored in.

    I imagine the finished product would be something like Jabba the Hut with a greasy ponytail. 😆

    • Octopus says:

      Things took an odd turn, inside the age-progression software. I’m confused now, frankly.

  2. Pakimon says:

    It a beautiful Saturday morning and Pakimog say it beach season kickoff time.

    Pakimog say what better way to kick off beach season than for womenfolk to get fit, taut and tawny so as to be in good shape to make sammiches for menfolk! 😀

  3. Octopus says:


    Came across this guy’s blog last night, and ended up reading for a couple of hours. Good stuff, from an interesting ex-journo.

  4. rightymouse says:

    Charles has the misfortune to be an extremely unattractive person. He’s managed to make his appearance worse by gaining too much weight & maintaining a pony-tailed, grunge look. Not surprised that he looked older than his actual years 7 years ago. He’s likely horrifying now. 😯

    • rightymouse says:

      • Octopus says:

        That may be the closest we ever come to an updated avatar for Dear Fatass, it seems. That this is “Comic Book Guy,” and Chunky was trying to promote and sell his own comics a few years ago, is just serendipity-doo-wop. 😆

  5. rightymouse says:

    Actually, all Democrats, the DNC, Bernie & Bernie Bros are to blame. Keep up the good work!

  6. Pakimon says:

    TRANSLATION: This latest “scandal” has already been dismissed as a yet another nothingburger and it’s making me feel peevish.

    • Pakimon says:

      It didn’t take long for Chunkles to commence sniveling and pouting. 😆

    • Pakimon says:

      TRANSLATION: Chinese spambots are flooding my malware infested blog again with penis enlargement ads.

    • rightymouse says:

  7. Pakimon says:

    The rotund ponytailed Twitterdickhead is an expert on Abstinence-Only Sex Ed.

    His last “tryst” was probably with Sharmuta or Wild Irish Rose about 10 years ago.

    He should be getting some of that $277 million.

    No wonder he’s all snivelly and peevish. 😆

  8. minnowredux says:

    Hey Macron, your youth and so-called “steeliness” (as in, steel the limelight) would be relevant and impressive if it were not for one small detail….. you are French.

    (Glad to see the inherent arrogance has not dissipated at all over in France.)

  9. rightymouse says:

    Fatso is an expert now on NATO’s and U.S. financial operations. Awesome!! 😆

    • minnowredux says:

      Charles, you would be better off discussing how “gorgeous” some noodling idiot is doing on his out of tune guitar than attempting to weigh in (get it? “Weigh in”!) on international policy and what it all means.

      I cannot decide which is a bigger (get it? “bigger”!) problem for you: your ignorance, or your arrogance.

      Like you know anything!!


    • dezes157 says:

      Chuck calling anyone a clueless liar is some funny shit, those pills really screwed you up Chuck.

    • minnowredux says:

      Charles, let me explain how NATO is intended to work. America provides protection to the world. The world is supposed to help pay for this protection. They aren’t. We want them to (oh – sorry, that would be…. WE TAXPAYERS want them to. I realize you don’t understand anything about that subject either.)

      Anyway, now let’s distill this down into terms you can understand. The US is now taking the world’s EBT card away. Time for THEM to start paying for some of the costs.

      You idiot.

      • Octopus says:

        At least The Streak is still intact, and seemingly impervious to any kind of impedance.

        • rightymouse says:

          Yeah. And update your avatar, Charlie, so all the chicks can see what a blob-fish you really are!

  10. mfhorn says:

    Okay, I tried the ‘how old’ analysis on a picture I just took of myself. I’m 50. It came back saying I was 65.

  11. Mojambo says:

    Charles Johnson and Debbie Schlussel both use avatars showing them much younger than they really are. Fat Debbie has one from 20 – 25 years ago with pancake make up and when she was at least 30 lbs lighter. CJ has an avatar from a he beginning of the millennium.

    • Octopus says:

      Debbie is also an unfortunate-looking individual, with a mean-streak a mile wide. They should get together. Oh, wait…Chunky hates women, Jews and womenjews. Never mind.

  12. Octopus says:


    The only reason I want Kushner destroyed is so Ivanka will start returning my calls, texts and letters. Aside from that, the whole thing is a bunch of half-baked idiotic screechifying, like all the rest of the “impeachable scandalzz” the Left has trotted out since Trump took office.

    He wanted secure, private comms with the Russians? Well, isn’t that interesting. Means they didn’t exist before…when the Russians were “colluding with Trump to destroy Shrillary.” OOPSIE! And they never existed afterward, either, or else the Deep State Leaker would have informed the DNC the same way they dropped this “bombshell” (wet queef).

    • minnowredux says:

      Wow, that’s funny! She returns MY calls!! 😉

      • Octopus says:

        I knew somebody was making time with my gal. 😦

        I wish you two nothing but happiness, sir. At least until the piano drops on your head. Then, let’s see if she’s still open to romance.

  13. minnowredux says:

    Greg Allman is dead…… dang.

      • Bunk X says:

        “Melissa” was one of the prettiest songs I ever heard.

        • Abu penis penis penis lol says:

          My lovely wife dropped the bad news on me a few mins ago. RIP to the best white male blues singer. He taught Dwayne guitar. Massive talent.

          • Octopus says:

            “Melissa” was my favorite, too. One of Gregg’s earliest songs, and one his brother Duane loved the best of all. Gregg killed it on every song he took on, though, especially in the early years. What a voice.

            The Bros in 1969

            To me, the human singing voice is the purest form of spiritual expression, followed closely by a well-played, singing electric guitar. The Allman Brothers were two of the very best in both instruments. Duane is right behind Hendrix in my all-time greatest guitar players list, and Gregg is up there with the very best singers of all time. That they were brothers in the same band, even for a short time, is kind of miraculous.

            Like the Greatest Generation of WWII heroes, who are all but gone now, the greatest generation of rockers are going fast now. Not many of the big guns left.

            RIP, Gregg.

  14. ISTE says:

    Saturday night in Houston. Shrimp cooked to perfection in a butter, Italian herbs, garlic and Kraft Italian dressing mixture. Should take about 40 mins Sous Vide at 136F (58C). Then remove the shrimp from the juices in the bag, place in an ovenproof dish and broil on high for just a minute or so each side. At the same time adding a splash of red wine to the cooking juices and reducing the sauce over high heat. Going to be served with a baked potato, butter, sharp chedder cheese and sour cream with a side of garlic toast. Some of you may notice this involves three steps using seriously high heat. Do not worry. The burns on my hands from last weekend cooking attempts are fully healed…

  15. irongrampa says:

    Small favor to ask of y’all.

    I ask that during the weekend festivities that you pause for just a moment and remember those who we commemorate at this time.

    We owe them SO much.

    And for those who are serving and have served thank you from a VERY proud vet.

    • Octopus says:

      Apologies again for misconstruing your post earlier this week, Grampa. Who is probably younger than me. 🙂

      I have talked about my Dad’s service here before, and the book based on his B-29 crew’s experiences in WWII. I happened to pass the book to a young colleague a few weeks ago, and now it’s in high demand from some other history geeks in the office, or their husbands at home who like to watch reruns on the History Channel (“Hitler Channel”) like me. I was also passing around a couple of thumb drives loaded with “WWII In HD Color” and “Band Of Brothers” in both the European and Pacific seasons. Hey, why not? Learn some stuff about human history, kids. We kill each other, in numbers. Us, we are the survivors of a LOT of killing. Own it. Don’t think the immediate future is any different, either — it’s ongoing, and the enemy wants to kill us all dead unless we submit to their ideology. Cheers! 🙂

      Once again, here’s the book my Dad’s tail gunner wrote with his daughter, based on his letters home and interviews about the times described later in his life, when he was ready to talk about it. Like my Dad, the tail gunner didn’t like to talk about the war for a long time, and wasn’t really ready to open up until he was in his 80’s. To me and my family, reading this book was like looking into a window in time and observing this guy we knew as the hard-driven GM exec, father of nine kids and devout Catholic, devoted husband (they take away our vote, the wives do), and doting grandfather, as a 20-year-old kid from Depression Buffalo who joined the Army Air Corps because he figured he was probably going to get killed anyway, so why not why die fast in a plane? My Dad isn’t the focus of this book, obviously, but he is mentioned several times in the text, such as when he was trying to get the author to remove the live Japanese grenade he was hoarding in his pack from their living quarters, so they wouldn’t all get blown up by accident.


      They used this book in at least one Michigan State University History class, and I have a classroom copy of the textbook version with notes from the unknown student in the margins, which I kind of treasure. I also have a clean paperback copy, which is now in circulation and may never be recovered.

      God bless all the vets who have served, in all the wars, including the current one which won’t end in my lifetime as far as I can tell.

      • Octopus says:

        Um, that weather forecast above was supposed to be a close-up of the old man at 20 years of age, ready to go hard on the Japanese mainland. Sorry!

  16. minnowredux says:

    My mother lost two brothers in WWII and, therefore, wouldn’t let my brother and me even consider serving (especially after I lost my older brother during childhood).

    I always wished I had served.

    My complete respect to all of those who served. And to all who gave the ultimate sacrifice.

    Rest in Peace, and thank you.

    • Octopus says:

      I don’t wish I had served, though I know I would have if I had been called. When I graduated from HS in ’77, there wasn’t any draft or reason to go to war. I went to work in an automobile transmission factory that had been one of the major players in WWII, the Willow Run B-24 factory built by Henry Ford that was sold to GM and building transmissions for everyone by the time I got there. My older brother had been drafted for Vietnam and ended up serving stateside after half of his boot camp class went overseas in ’71.

      My Dad always taught us, there’s nothing good about war. You do it if you have to, but it’s ugly and dirty, with lots of innocent life lost. His duty was bombing cities full of civilians in Japan, which were sometimes targets for the destruction of military industry, but the overall plan was to destroy Japan’s incredible will to fight. Even after the nukes, the military overlords wanted to fight to the last mother and child, but fortunately, the emperor came around to reality in time to avoid the imminent invasion.

      • rightymouse says:

        My Dad was just a kid during WWII and incarcerated by the Japs in China – they had taken over his school. He remembers them using prisoners for bayonet practice. Other than a few anecdotes like that one, he never wanted to talk about it very much.

      • rightymouse says:

        I love your stories about your Dad. He sounds like such a great guy!!

        • Octopus says:

          He was a great example of that generation, for sure. He was still pretty intense and workaholic in my teen years, as I dabbled in assholery, causing us to butt heads and not talk to each other much. As soon as I got out of high school and started working full-time, we became great friends. He also mellowed out amazingly once he retired from the GM rat-race.

          Yesterday, we went out to the cemetery and planted flowers on my wife’s parents family headstone. Her folks were awesome, and her Dad was in Naval intelligence during the war. He had some great stories about surviving the Blitz in London, and then operating in Northern Ireland in the months leading up to D-Day. I’ll tell a couple of those stories later, after I’ve had more coffee.

          • rightymouse says:

            Would love to hear them! Neither of my grandparents fought in the world wars, but hubby’s Dad was in Korea, as was one maternal uncle.

          • Octopus says:

            One story that made an impression was about the time he was eating a nice English breakfast in the diner across from his hotel, as he did every morning, and suddenly the air-raid sirens started going off. He was used to the racket and would have normally finished his breakfast, but that morning he was late for something and decided to hit the underground immediately. The little cafe he was in took a direct hit and was obliterated.

            Shortly after this incident, he was assigned to provide security to a truckload of “special supplies” that were headed to Mr. Churchill himself. The truck was found to be full of Churchill’s favorite champagne and Cuban cigars, enough to last several lifetimes. There was a contingent of American military assigned to make sure the load made it to Churchill’s place, and everything went off smoothly. So, the war was won by my wife’s father. This is how Greeks think. 😆

            Another incident was a tough Thanksgiving, probably in ’44, when England was running very short on food and the war was dragging on horribly. By then he was living with a poor Northern Irish couple in a small cottage on the Atlantic shore. My father-in-law was able to procure a smallish turkey from the Navy, and his household was forced to cook it indoors, with the windows sealed, to keep the hungry neighbors from flocking about. They were burning odorous materials in the fireplace to help disguise the smell of the succulent fowl. Years after the war, he received a letter from his former boarding family’s children, talking about how that story had become a family legend, and thanking him for his service. He was very humbled by that.

            My father-in-law came back from the war and built a very large, successful commercial insurance agency in the suburbs of Detroit, after moving from Pittsburgh to be near his relatives. The story is, he was a very shy, unassuming kid before the war, and came back a totally changed individual who could talk to and relate with anyone. He was a character, believe me. I miss him a lot.

          • Bunk X says:

            Yeah, everyone has ancestors that did some awesome stuff.

            Two of my Ohio ancestors were kidnapped by injuns. They got tied up, but waited until their captors were asleep. Then they undid their binds and escaped… after slashing the chief’s throat. The brothers weren’t even teenagers.

            Yeah, everyone has ancestors that did some awesome stuff.

          • Octopus says:

            The Indian chief those brats murdered was my great-great-great-grandfather. 😡

  17. Octopus says:

    My goodness, yes. There’s Fox and Breitbart, and…ummm…TOO manies!

    • Octopus says:

      It’s the bats that make the illustration sing, don’t you think?

      • Bunk X says:

        That’s one of those books that hooked me with the first paragraph:

        We were somewhere around Barstow on the edge of the desert when the drugs began to take hold. I remember saying something like “I feel a bit lightheaded; maybe you should drive…” And suddenly there was a terrible roar all around us and the sky was full of what looked like huge bats, all swooping and screeching and diving around the car, which was going about a hundred miles an hour with the top down to Las Vegas. And a voice was screaming: “Holy Jesus! What are these goddamn animals?” Then it was quiet again.My attorney had taken his shirt off and was pouring beer on his chest, to facilitate the tanning process. “What the hell are you yelling about?” he muttered, staring up at the sun with his eyes closed and covered with wrap-around Spanish sunglasses. “Never mind,” I said. “It’s your turn to drive.” I hit the brakes and aimed the Great Red Shark toward the shoulder of the highway. No point mentioning those bats, I thought. The poor bastard will see them soon enough.

    • Pakimon says:

      This has always been my favorite Ralph Steadman illustration.

      It reminds me of the 2005 Superbowl here in Jacksonville with drunk Eagles fans vomiting trash talk all over arrogant Patriots fans while stuck in the traffic jam going over the Mathews bridge to the stadium on game day.

      Bad craziness?… maybe. Good time? … definitely! 😆 😀

      • Octopus says:

        This illustration is one of the greatest social commentaries of all time. So much bad craziness! Cultures do collide, and when they do, it gets kind of awkward. 😆

        A contemporary Steadman showing a suicide-bomber freaking out the Christian/Jewish squares before turning everyone around into pink paste would be kind of politically incorrect, I guess. Where are you now, Ralphie?

        • Octopus says:

          As for fucking Nate Silver, it’s a laff-riot that anyone would be looking to him for “sage wisdom” these days, after his total collapse in predicting ANYTHING about the last presidential campaign. Shut up, Nate. You know less than squat. 😆

  18. Pakimon says:

    Speaking of vomiting, I always laugh when Chunkles vomits out one of his 3 part screeds on Twitter.

    Nothing of substance, just the same leftist moonbat boilerplate bullshit he regurgitates every day.

    Let’s take a look anyway, shall we?

    The only violence I’ve seen is from the antifa imbeciles in Berkeley hiding behind black masks attacking pro-Trump supporters.

    So Chunkles is saying they’re racists and white supremacists?

    Heh… go figure

    • Pakimon says:

      Oh… I get it.

      The fat ponytailed idiot is saying the pro-Trump supporters are “racists” and “white supremacists” because they have the temerity to actually fight back and knock heads when attacked by the leftist antifa imbeciles.

      Pro-Trumpers “acting out” by defending themselves… can’t have that.

      No wonder Chunkles’ Twitter tirade has such a peevish overtone. 😆

    • Pakimon says:

      Well… they didn’t. and there’s nothing you can do about it so you might as well go suck on one of your urine filled Mountain Dew bottles.

      It could be worse.

      Trump’s agenda could’ve included putting overweight, unemployed, attention starved, ponytailed Twitter addicts to work building the border wall. 😆

      • Pakimon says:

        Every time a corpulent ponytailed TwitterDickhead snivels, a pro-Trumper gets a schadenboner. 😆

      • minnowredux says:

        Yeah Charles…. right. That is why there have been multiple white power riots, life threatening injuries, police officers injured and millions of dollars of damage.

        Oh wait, there haven’t been any of those. All of that describes the immature, irrational stupid fuck liberals who are still stinging from the butthurt of Trump’s win last November.

        And, Charles, it it wouldn’t be asking too much of you, would you kindly go fuck yourself with your insane ramblings?

        • minnowredux says:

          So. I stand corrected. I hadn’t heard about Portland.

          Sorry to hear two people were killed by a maniac.

          Of course…. this is how the Left in this country “think”. One guy does something horrible and all of a sudden, Trump.

          Fuck you Charles.

          • minnowredux says:

            ‘(and I see, Charles, how you would arrive at the TRUMP conclusion, since the moron in Portland was a Bernie Supporter.)

  19. ISTE says:

    Sunday night. Bug Bombed the apartment. Sealed the bedroom door and
    bombed the living space thingy and bathroom. Remembered to take beer with me in to the safe space that is the bedroom. In two or three hours I will need to transfer me and beer into the living space and bug bomb the bedroom. Life in Houston is fun.

    • Bunk X says:

      Ah, yes. The cockroach capitol of the south. Guy in the apartment next door would set off a bug bomb and they’d all come over to my place. I’d set one off and send them back. The Roach Wars went on for months.

    • rightymouse says:

      My advice is to move. Either that or learn some good bug recipes.

      • Bunk X says:

        I coped with the roaches. You can’t take their food away since they eat anything, and you can’t take their water away because all the stuff they eat has water content.

        And, yeah, I moved, but it wasn’t because of roaches. It was because of migrant ahoes from Indiana.

        • rightymouse says:

          I remember the little bastards in Thailand and my home was spotless. Go figure.

        • ISTE says:

          They are eating the kitchen cabinets and the counter top. Oh well…

          • calo says:

            Stop being a proper Englishman, who never complains, and demand pest abatement.

            They jacked up your rent, you need to demand a pest free environment, tomorrow.


          • Octopus says:

            You have to eat them. It’s the only solution.

            Note: The man in the middle, is the only man. Eat your bug, and stop whining. You little bitches.

          • Bunk X says:

            I made a deal with mine. “If I don’t see you, you live.”
            It worked, except for the really stupid ones who didn’t understand the concept.

          • rightymouse says:

            Try this:

            To make a roach killing paste, combine 3-teaspoons of boric acid with 3-teaspoons of sugar and 3-teaspoons of water. Mix the ingredients into a paste. They apply your homemade roach killer in areas where you’ve spotted roaches.

          • ISTE says:

            Ms Mouse,

            Thanks for that, however I don’t think the teaspoon thingy is going to be enough. So amended recipe.

            Prepare a 20 gallon beer cooler by placing it on the floor on top of several sheets of newspaper. Next go to Home Depot (Or Lowe’s) and purchase a five gallon bucket. Any colour will do. On the way back stop at Walmart and acquire all the boric acid and sugar you will need. Approximately 40 pounds of each. The quantity you buy is not really critical but when you prepare the mixture you must get the 1:1:1 ratio EXACT. Cockroaches are clever bastards.

            Once you have all the ingredients carefully measure out a five gallon bucket full of boric acid and dump it in the beer cooler, then the sugar and finally the water. Next step is mixing it.

            Well, imagine you are making wine. Yep stand in the cooler and tread the mixture as if you are crushing grapes! It does not matter if your feet are clean or not. Also you can take off your socks or leave them on. I don’t think the French have any specific rules about treading grapes, however cockroaches may be more selective.

            When the mixture is finally a smooth consistency unlock your front door and open it slightly (This will avoid having to replace it when the EMS and Police arrive)

            Next, strip naked, and start scooping up the mixture and fling it at the walls, ceiling, counter tops, windows and next door neighbours cat while screaming “GET THEM OFF ME!!!!!! I SEE CRAWLING INSECTS EVERYWHERE!!!”

            When help arrives do not resist, burst into tears and thank them…. They just saved you.

            Let them take you away to a nice clean place where there are no bugs, you get three meals a day and you don’t have to go to work any more. Like being on vacation forever.

            Oh just one word of warning. If they ever say “Well it looks like you are on the road to recovery. You can go home now…” scream “BEHIND YOU!! BUGS!” and try your best to foam at the mouth….

          • Bunk X says:

            I remember that they were wiley little bastards, too. If I turned on the light and spotted one on the kitchen floor, it wouldn’t run away. Instead it’d run right between my feet before I had a chance to whack it.

            The big flying roaches in the horse shed did something similar. If disturbed, they’d fly right at your eyes.

  20. Dwells38//./ says:


    Because being a moron cry bully has worked so well on Trump so far. And yeah climate change is a hard enough sell as it is because it’s obviously a huge fucking leftist lie. But hey you’ve still got the 25 yr old recipient of a stolen French election in your camp! Plus a certain corpulent failed blogger says it’s all true for sure.

    • rightymouse says:

      Germany is in such deep shit right now because of their immigration policies. After a few Manchesters there, maybe they’ll decide to protect their citizenry.

  21. rightymouse says:

    Hubby and I went to a local Memorial day parade and made it home before a major rainstorm. 🙂

    • Octopus says:

      Our local parade is tomorrow morning at ten. I’m going to force-march the entire household to the thing, right down the street, and then we’ll go to IHOP.

      Major thunderstorms just passed through, and I was nearly killed by lightning while taking down the flag. Well, I heard thunder. I’m lucky to be alive. 🙂

      • rightymouse says:

        We sat on our front porch and enjoyed the storm. Truly magnificent! Then we watched a movie until hubby started snoring. 😆

        • rightymouse says:

          Speaking of storms, looks like another one is moving in today. Rats. It’s been nice & sunny so far.

  22. Bunk X says:

    Check out the hot chick with the sleeves.

  23. rightymouse says:

    A shout out to all our Veterans! Thank you for your service! 🙂
    Please have a safe Memorial Day!

  24. rightymouse says:

    Google is pathetic. Just this showing at the bottom of the screen to mark Memorial Day:

  25. Pakimon says:

    This from a guy who is on a neverending Sniveling Butthurt-Tweeting Binge. 😆

    • Octopus says:


      It’s what’s for breakfast, lunch, and dinner in the bunker.

      • Abu Named After WW2 Great Uncle, James. says:

        Not bunker, “Office”. We’ve been over this. Sheesh.

        • Octopus says:

          We have discussed this matter, in our office. I sometimes am forced to read Chunky’s tweet-sturm as originating from Hitler’s bunker, like those parody videos that used to be all the rage. I apologize for trippin’ like that.

  26. Octopus says:

    Another weird evening ending in “Oh shit” and “whatever.” Garbage in, garbage out. 😆

    The festival was over.
    9 hours ago
    Whatever. man.
    9 hours ago
    9 hours ago
    The idiot wind.
    9 hours ago
    Oh shit.
    9 hours ago
    Whatever. Man.
    9 hours ago
    Idiot wind.
    9 hours ago
    Can’t fuck with Captain Big Balls.
    9 hours ago
    Libertarian men have big needs.
    9 hours ago
    More “America Bullshit.” Sad.
    9 hours ago

  27. Octopus says:

    We may never know.

  28. Pakimon says:

    What’s REALLY funny is Chunkles inability to correctly pronounce the word milieu. 😆

  29. Dwells38//./ says:


  30. Dwells38//./ says:

    Wait. Where does it say in his Twitter bio that he’s a journalist?

    Guitarist w/ George Duke, Stanley Clarke, Al Jarreau & more. Founder and programmer of Little Green Footballs. Occasionally sweary.
    Always da kine Hawaii boy·littlegreenfootballs.com

    Plus his GoFundMe is in the Arts category. What a douchy crook McFatso is.

  31. Octopus says:

    That’s really deep, man. Every day, you blow our minds.

  32. Dwells38//./ says:

    How will the US survive without sucking up to oppressive brutal dictators without demanding any reforms? Trump is destroying that wonderful new relationship Obungle forged with the Castro brothers which they showed so warmly by openly disrespecting him and voicing their distrust. It’s Obungle’s signature foreign policy

    • Octopus says:

      The more Trump can undo Obungle’s disastrous foreign policy fiascoes, the better. Maybe he can get that bribe money back from Iran, and put the brakes on their nuclear weapons program. There’s so much work to do!

  33. Octopus says:

    Yer a-peein’s unnerstand everything so good! 😆

    • Octopus says:

      Germany’s Green Power Revolution has been a monumental disaster. Even the NYT knows that. 😆


      New York Times: There Are Serious Problems With Wind And Solar
      Photo of Andrew Follett
      Energy and Science Reporter
      11:17 AM 07/21/2016

      Wind and solar power have been expensive boondoggles that won’t develop fast enough to affect global warming, according to a New York Times (NYT) article published Wednesday.

      The article, written by a NYT economics correspondent, cites Germany’s negative experience with wind and solar, and states “Germany, Europe’s champion for renewable energy, seems to be having second thoughts about its ambitious push to ramp up its use of renewable fuels for power generation.” The NYT also points out that lucrative subsidies for wind and solar power are driving down the production of nuclear energy, eliminating the largest source of electricity that doesn’t create carbon dioxide (CO2).

      Germany’s green energy plans have been so disastrous that the government plans to replace most of its wind and solar subsidies with a system of competitive auctions in which the cheapest electricity wins. The average German pays 39 cents per kilowatt-hour for electricity due to intense fiscal support for green energy, while the average American only spends 10.4 cents per kilowatt-hour.

      The German government plans to cap the total amount of wind energy at 40 to 45 percent of national capacity, according to a report published by the German newspaper Berliner Zeitung. Germany will also eliminate 6,000 megawatts of wind power by 2019.

      Despite these cutbacks, the German government estimates that it will spend over $1.1 trillion to support wind power, despite the fact that building wind turbines has not actually reduced CO2 emissions enough to slow global warming.

      In light of Germany’s experience with wind and solar power, other countries might “do well to reconsider the promise and the limitations of its infatuation with renewable energy,” the NYT article continues.

      The massive amount of resources Germany poured into green energy is a direct result of the government’s decision to abandon nuclear energy after the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster in Japan.

      Nuclear power provided 29.5 percent of Germany’s energy in 2000. That share dropped down to 17 percent in 2015, and by 2022 the country intends to have every one of its nuclear plants shut down. This shift caused Germany’s CO2 emissions to actually rise by 28 million tons.

      Germany’s green energy policies and nuclear shutdown plans have ironically increased the use of coal power, which produces more CO2 than any other form of energy. Coal now provides 44 percent of German electricity.

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  34. Octopus says:

    Remember when Chunky wrote his one and only column for al-Guardian? Does anyone have a copy of that gem?

    Meanwhile, this blithering butthurtmeister is pleasuring himself to the Fake News idiocy that has Jared Kushner descending into a miserable, hellish existence, because Sekrit Communikations with Russia. Oh, Walter. You poor thing. Kushner is married to the incredible Ivanka, is worth many millions, and will live a life of luxury and achievement that you can only marvel at from afar. 😆


  35. Dwells38//./ says:

    I wouldn’t feel too sorry for Walter. I’m sure he’s paid well to pen these masterbatory liberal fantasies. It’s like Playboy forum for the left wing loser putzes like Chunky who could never score in reality. Jared going to jail is like that lady that opened her curtains and removed her blouse while the windows are being washed.

  36. Dwells38//./ says:


    Their own anti-terrorism analyst tries to explain on CNN’s Situation (Comedy) Room that it’s a bit premature to be talking treason and espionage. Especially since it’s completely reasonable for the Trump team to not trust the US comm. channels and seek a back channel. But don’t bother telling that to Wolf Butzer who reports directly to the bitter, vindictive Zucker.

  37. Octopus says:

    There’s a party in your mouth, Chunky. Everybody’s coming. BAM! 😆

    I love it when he tries to pretend that his twitterwar is the hottest thing going when he’s bowing and scraping for next to no reaction from anyone.