Little Green Footballs’ Top Story of the Day was not Hurricane Harvey, The Houston Floods, the Berkeley Antifa Riots, or North Korea’s Missile Launch over Japan.

For some inexplicable reason, all the important news that happened since this past Friday evaded Charles Johnson’s radar, except for a screencap of Keith Olbermann detecting a pungent yeast infection emanating from somewhere in Culver City.

THAT’S the top story at Little Green Footballs.


234 Comments on “Little Green Footballs’ Top Story of the Day was not Hurricane Harvey, The Houston Floods, the Berkeley Antifa Riots, or North Korea’s Missile Launch over Japan.”

  1. Octopus says:

    The idea that anyone would pay $1200 to hear this unlikeable, corrupt and incompetent loser screech about her inept campaign is beyond comprehension. I predict this tour will tank, just like her last two runs for office. No matter how much the media tries to shove her down our throats, We The People just don’t like you, Shrillary. Please just go away.

    • But Peter Daou

      Will ALWAYS have her back …

      House Republicans want to defund key climate research. Meanwhile, Scott Pruitt wants science out of policy.— Peter Daou (@peterdaou) August 29, 2017


    • windbag says:

      Hard to tell, the Hillary worshipers I know would consider it a bargain to be in her presence for a mere $1200.

      • rightymouse says:

        How many Hillary groupies actually have $1200 to blow like that?

        • windbag says:

          Unfortunately, I know several. I say unfortunately, because I grew up with these lefties and have no idea what happened to them that caused them to lose all reason. With them, it’s more than a philosophical difference of opinion about the role of government in our private lives. They are the soulless core of the worst of the Democrats. Full of hate and contempt for anything to their right. Pro-abortion every step of the way. They think Ashley Judd’s performance during the inauguration protests was breathtakingly truthful, poignant, and sane. How people so brain-damaged have amassed small fortunes is beyond me.

  2. Octopus says:

    It was inevitable that Fatass would start bleating about the Global Climate Chaos OMFG!!1! He’s really a predictable simpleton, ain’t he? 😆

    2/2 climate change denial. And Trump is actively destroying America’s ability to deal with this existential threat.
    7 hours ago
    1/2 As the US deals with one of the worst climate-related disasters in a generation, we have a presidency and a GOP criminally mired in …
    7 hours ago

    Simple facts for simple minds:
    1. Harvey was the first major hurricane to make landfall in the US in 142 months, which is a record drought.
    2. We have always had hurricanes, and we will always have hurricanes, as long as the Earth keeps spinning on its axis.
    3. STFU

    • Arachne says:

      Dear NoFucksChuck — the top 10 deadliest hurricanes ever to hit the U.S. only include two “named” storms – Katrina and Audrey. The other 8 occurred BEFORE hurricanes were even named. So Betsy, Camille, Andrew, Diane – aren’t even in the top ten.

      So shut the fuck up.

      Oh, and by the way, FATSO, when I was a toddler growing up in North Carolina, before the age of 3 I survived three major hurricanes – Hazel, Carol and Diane. Occured in 1954 and 1955. So yeah, shut the fuck up.

  3. rightymouse says:

    Olbermann needs a shrink.

  4. Trump is Teh HORROR!- Chunky McDumbth, #1Olberdouche Fan Boy. says:

    Because black people in the midst of a life changing catastrophe are supposed to know they’re props for CNN’s ideological narrative.

    Hey lady forget that you’re shivering and your kids are cold, wet and hungry, we gotta get this thing around to Trump’s fault somehow. C’mon work with us!!

  5. rightymouse says:

    Fatso the misogynist.

    • Minnowredux says:

      Hey Charles, I see your dumbass father never taught his dumbass son the old saying “If you don’t have something nice to say, don’t say anything.”

      You are a miserable POS Charles.

      We know you would and will find fault with anything Trump and his wife do.

      Go fuck yourself you jerk.

    • Trump is Teh HORROR!- Chunky McDumbth, #1Olberdouche Fan Boy. says:

      Does the dimwit not comprehend she’s in the fashion business for like 30 years? And she has other shoes on the plane, no doubt.

    • Arachne says:

      And once again the dumbshit doesn’t check his facts. She switched to tennis shoes while on the transport.

      • rightymouse says:

        Not just Fatso. Daily Mail decided to hyperventilate about it too. Idiots.

        • Arachne says:

          BTW – unless Fatso was at Andrews and took the pictures himself. he isn’t tracking back to the SOURCE of the photo, but back to HIS website. So he’s essentially appropriating someone else’s work for the clicks.

          • Minnowredux says:

            As usual…. posing as something he is not. Gee – such a surprise!

            The man child is jealous of everyone and everything around him. Melania wants to look her best and feel her best so wears the shoes that make her feel that way. And, she looks great whether in high heels or tennies.

            Charles, the bloated out of shape loudmouth wouldn’t know the first thing about any of this.

            So – onward with your misogynistic bullshit Charles.

    • Bunk X says:

      • Octopus says:

        The call went out yesterday to all libturd media outlets, to trash Melania for wearing heels as she got on the plane. Of course, she was wearing Keds when she got off the plane in Texas, but that’s outside the narrative, so bury that detail and destroy all the photos. The maroons! 😆

        • Arachne says:

          And since they weren’t able to snipe at her footwear, they went after her wearing a hat that said “FLOTUS” – which, had it been on Mooch’s ugly cabeze, would have been gushed over as “cute” and “clever.”

  6. Octopus says:

    Xe needs xer fucking xervice animal!! 😆

    I mean, seriously. You can’t make this shit up! Satire has to be dead now, because left-wing reality is too weird and bizarre to be satirized.

  7. Trump is Teh HORROR!- Chunky McDumbth, #1Olberdouche Fan Boy. says:

    The violence of the left is so out in the open even the MSM is forced to report it.

    They dress in black and wear masks very clearly imitating Islamic terrorists. In one case ordering bike locks to use as clubs bloodying Trump supporters. Dumb Chunk Johnson continues to pretend he’s concerned about violence while turning a blind eye to the left wing terrorists he’s joined.

    Hey Chunk even some on the left are disgusted with this behavior and have said so. We note you have no problem with it yet continue to pretend Trump supporters are violent as they’re being beaten by the fascist ironically named Antifa.

  8. Octopus says:

    A blind girl and her cat…

    Somebody, please confirm that this is not a serious misunderstanding that could lead to tragedy. 😯

  9. Trump is Teh HORROR!- Chunky McDumbth, #1Olberdouche Fan Boy. says:

    Wow. Kathy Griffin continues to double down and confirms she really is a psycho. She blames Trump supporters then laments Chelsea Clinton and Debra Messing tweeting against her then blames the Trump family. Evidently decapitating the POTUS in effigy is not to blame. Maybe there’s hope for Chunk Johnsuck to get a girl friend not made of laytex after all.

    • Arachne says:

      Of course she’s not sorry. She never was. She figured it would blow over and she’d be reinstated. Anderson Cooper has refused to have her back. Now she claims she can’t tour in the U.S. for fear of her safety. Oh please. She can’t tour in the U.S. because no venue will BOOK her.

      • rightymouse says:

        People like Griffin have no center core of decency/personal responsibility & completely lack the ability to intuit other people’s reaction to their despicable behavior.

    • Octopus says:

      I’m so happy to see she’s still playing the victim, and still getting nowhere with it. 😆

      Trump is perpetrating atrocities? Honey, he wasn’t responsible for your botched plastic surgery. That’s the guy you should be mad at. Now shut up and sit down.

  10. Trump is Teh HORROR!- Chunky McDumbth, #1Olberdouche Fan Boy. says:

    Another wow.

    RT @Crommunist: But yeah, Steve Bannon’s really dragging down the tone of venerable and respected newsman Andrew Breitbart…
    1 minute ago

    Chunky’s retweeting a scumbag who calls himself a “Crommunist” and who’s tweeting that Andrew Breitbart was “a piece of shit”. He literally tweeted that about a man who built a media empire and left a loving family. And remember AB tried to help Chunk0 who now has a reputation as a traitor and a turncoat. IOW a piece of shit.

  11. Trump is Teh HORROR!- Chunky McDumbth, #1Olberdouche Fan Boy. says:

    Ha! The comical knuckle dragging mouth breathers on anti-Trump CNN of course blame the storm Harvey on climate change. Because uh…science!

    Funny that when citing NOAA, the CNN folks failed to mention NOAA’s observation that in June of this year, a record was set of 140 straight months without a major hurricane hitting the continental United States.

    Now that’s what we’d call . . . an inconvenient truth.

    Note: Cuomo’s observation that it seems we now have 100-year storms every year of so was singularly nonsensical. There are countless thousands of geographical locations in the United States. It is utterly normal and predictable that, each year, some of them will experience 100-year events.

    • Arachne says:

      The HUNDRED YEAR STORM!?? Does that mean that Bodie is at Bell’s Beach, Australia, “waitin’ for [his] set”?

    • Octopus says:

      They are shamelessly stupid and corrupt. True Believers are like that, completely unable to see the evidence that totally debunks their precious dogma, in this case Anthropogenic Global Warming. They changed the name to Climate Change because they can’t explain why we still have winter and snow and all that jazz, and now every weather event can be jammed into their “body of evidence” for the catastrophic Warmening Shitnado.

  12. Trump is Teh Satan! Hit Theo lose tip!! jar! says:

    The Bob Cesca Show: Putin’s Chair
    1 hour ago

    How pathetic. So I guess these clowns haven’t figured out Russia, Russia, Russia didn’t work and is now being dropped even by the likes of CNN. Putin’s Chair? Really? Let me guess he pooped or peed in it. Once the premier national security blog now aligned with a potty dwelling podcast with a name coincidentally reminiscent of cesspool. Way to face plant, Chunk.

    • Trump is Teh Satan! Hit Theo lose tip!! jar! says:

      Carp! I face planted myself by messing up the block quotes! 🙂

  13. ISTE says:

    Update from Texas. We survived.

    Last I heard from Calo was there was a load of half naked rednecks pouncing on stranded fish on her street and now they are all having a communal block party and fish fry.

    I am all alone and eating a granola bar.

  14. Octopus says:

    Ollie, James Woods eviscerates your craven kind daily, with great humor and intelligence. One of the smartest people ever to pass through Hollywood. I dare say, Our Greatest Tweeter.

    If Chunky had one-tenth the intelligence and wit of Woods, he wouldn’t have to resort to begging and the humiliating snivelling/sucking up to idiot millennials who want NOTHING to do with him and his various tin cups, which clank continually in the emptiness of his dreary, hollow internet failure. It’s a lonely sound, kind of haunting and sad, like the clinking of the naked flagpole in an abandoned courtyard. And yet, still a more soulful sound than his guitar noodling…

  15. Minnowredux says:

    It really defies understanding to think that Charles Johnson has ABSOLUTELY NOTHING REAL in his life. He does not have a job. He has no friends. He has no associations. He is uneducated with (possibly) a GED to show for his efforts. He is, practically speaking, a shut-in.

    He is ignorant on most subjects.

    And yet – – he is an expert and authority on so many topics.

    Charles, how can you continue with this charade?

    You are such an uninteresting bore and such a complete asshole!

    Please do yourself and everyone else a favor and shoot your computer. To death.

  16. Octopus says:

    I can’t. Somebody?

  17. Octopus says:

    This guy just said what every idiot leftist moonbat was thinking about Harvey and Texas, and somehow he got fired. Seems the SJW machinery has a few odd glitches in it.

    • Octopus says:

      Note: of course, Houston went strongly for Shrillary, as did almost every big urban Democrat-run city. Still…KARMA! 😆

  18. Octopus says:

    Gus was very naughty last night!

    I find it hard to believe there was flooding on the Gulf of Mexico. Too strange man.
    4 hours ago

    Hurricanes are caused by capitalism and the patriarchy.
    4 hours ago
    That’s too funny.
    4 hours ago

    Apparently Republicans cause hurricanes.
    4 hours ago

    Block him, Chunky! 😆

  19. Octopus says:

    How does Fatass determine who is a Nazi? Wonder no more, with this handy-dandy little chart. It’s so easy, anyone can do it! 🙂

    • Octopus says:

      Remember when the Unicorn Messiah was Prezzy, and anyone who dared to disagree with any of his policies was merely racist? Not necessarily a full-on Nazi, with a closet-full of vintage SS uniforms and Nazi Germany flags?

      Yeah, it seems like forever ago, now. A simpler, more innocent time. So many rainbows!

    • Trump is Teh HORROR!- Chunky McDumbth, #1Olberdouche Fan Boy. says:

      I’m picturing a Jeff Foxworthy routine.

      If you go to church……you may be a Nazi.
      If your politics lean to the right……you may be a Nazi.
      If your dog is a German Shepherd……you may be a Nazi.
      If you believe in self reliance…… may be a Nazi.
      If you work hard and believe everyone else should……you may be a Nazi.

      And so on an so forth.

  20. Arachne says:

    I hope this comes through…. if not I posted the link to Twitchy. Best ONE WORD TWEET EVAH!


  21. Trump is Teh HORROR!- Chunky McDumbth, #1Olberdouche Fan Boy. says:

    @evrsoelusv The calc() function lets you calculate a value by mixing any types of units. Example: calc(100% – 45px) Incredibly powerful.
    12 hours ago
    Random nerd moment: CSS3’s calc() function is wondrous. Solves so many difficult layout problems without resorting to hacky approximations.
    12 hours ago

    Now if you could only get someone to come to your website or give you money.

    • Arachne says:

      Oh this is just TOO coincidental. On the GoFundMe begging bowl, Kim Rivera gives $60 5 days ago and right on cue, an Anonymous person gives $60 3 days ago. Hmm… 2 days processing time. Makes sense.

      NoBucksChuck ain’t fooling anyone.

      • Octopus says:

        It’s so sad! 😆

        • Arachne says:

          He doesn’t get it. If he had a steady stream of even just $10 or $5 gifts a couple times a week, I could see it. But please, he always gets matching Anonymous / Named donations a couple days apart and then nothing for a month. And who ARE these people. Not on Twitter, are they commenting on his blog?

  22. rightymouse says:

    So much damage & tragedy in Houston. 😦 And Harvey’s not over yet. 😦

    • Octopus says:

      It’s unbelievable. I’m just unwinding from what I consider a long, hard day at the office, and then I see the shitshow in Houston on the news and think, “Thank God I live in boring old Meechigan.”

  23. Minnowredux says:

    Wow. Berkeley City Council Members are absolutely jerks.

    Re: Milo Yiannopoulos and other conservatives…. The Council doesn’t want “these racists” coming to Berkeley to “spew hate”.

    I have never heard one hateful word out of Milo’s mouth.

    Yet, they are fine with the antifa bullies who single out conservatives in gangs and beat the shit out of them. And, never a fair fight. Never one on one…. No. Instead, it is always six or eight on one. And their violence is disgraceful (In the kindest terms).

    And, since antifa is so morally committed to their cause – – they all wear masks, hats and sunglasses so they cannot be identified.

    These antifa bullies are the scum of the earth.

    And the Berekely council members are ignant motherfuckers.

    Wow. So much for free speech and equality in Berkeley.

    These assholes are afraid of the Truth.

  24. Bunk X says:

  25. Octopus says:

    Linda Sarsour needs to be horse-whipped in the public square. I know it’s a little retro, but nothing else will do.

  26. Octopus says:


  27. Octopus says:

    No, Gus. You bear no relation whatsoever to the brilliant conservative artist known as James Woods. Nice try, though. 😆

    • Trump is Teh HORROR!- Chunky McDumbth, #1Olberdouche Fan Boy. says:

      Except James Woods didn’t change his politics just because some blog bully did.

  28. Octopus says:

    When you’ve got a bit of time, this is worth watching. People can change and learn things, believe it or not — I know we get a little discouraged about that, being focused on mocking a man who only unlearns facts and changes for the worse, day by day, minute by minute. Some people are going the other way. Maybe just enough people.

  29. Octopus says:

    CNN, trying to exploit the catastrophe for ratings, gets a good dunking under the swampy waters in Houston. 😆

  30. Octopus says:

    Remember this pic of The Greatest Girlfriend Of All-Time? 🙂

  31. Octopus says:

    The wonder is that you have the courage to go on living at all. 😆

    • Pakimon says:

      Trump is also making fat ponytailed bloggers squeal and snivel with impotent rage on Twitter 18 hours a day 7 days a week. 😆

    • Minnowredux says:

      what happened to “deplorable” Chuckie? Why not deplorable too?

      (so tweets the internet’s resident authority on “fears and fantasies”!!! Hey Chunk – did you specialize in fears and fantasies when you earned your GED? Asking for a friend….)

    • rightymouse says:

      Why did it take this long to find out for sure?

      • Octopus says:

        Some documentation of the “investigation” has just been released, and there’s probably a lot more info to come. In fact, the true story of the vile corruption of the Obama Century (that’s how long it seemed to me) will take a decade or more to compile and analyze. The media just isn’t very interested, for one thing. They have stuff to do, like criticizing the First Lady’s shoes and ripping the President’s daughter a new one every day. Important stuff!

  32. ISTE says:

    OK, I have zero proof to back up my claim that Air Force One may have done a few passes over the devastation before it landed. But, from the air you can witness first hand the devastation.

    • rightymouse says:

      Fatso is an expert on everything! !

    • Octopus says:

      Maybe Fatass should forego the accusations of dishonesty until he produces a new avatar representing the current century? Just a thought.

    • Minnowredux says:

      Hahahahahahahahaha. Sure Charles. Everyone knows YOU are right and that (of course) Trump lied through his teeth.

      Why wouldn’t he?

      Especially having just gone to TEXAS! Especially THIS WEEK! How could that lying sack of excrement claim to have seen “horror and devastation”?? Why, ANYONE knows that you cannot see anything from the window of an airplane…. well – not “first hand” anyway. The AIRPLANE saw it first hand…. not Trump!!!1?1!! Yeah, that’s it…. the AIRPLANE saw it first hand………………..

      Charles, how can you be this purposefully and obviously stupid?

      This is a new and record setting low in your existence as the stupidest fuck on the internet. Are you truly this dense?

      Whoa… and every word CAPITALIZED!! Powerful!

      You fucking imbecile.

      Perhaps you have another stupid opinion on why Donald Trump has personally (FIRST HAND) donated a million dollars of his own money to the relief effort!!???

      • Octopus says:

        Charles, how can you be this purposefully and obviously stupid?

        He makes it look effortless. Very impressive. 🙂

        • Arachne says:

          Why hasn’t NoFucksChuck not taken some of that GoFundMe loot and joined that march from Charlottsville to DC to “confront” White Supremacy? I mean isn’t he supposed to be some big time SJW that is asking for money from people just to be able to DO this sort of thing?

          • Octopus says:

            Not to mention, “Crazy Dangerous Trump” has donated $1M of his own money towards Harvey, but I have yet to see anything from Teh Clinton Foundation. Hmm…what gives, Shrillary? Not you, apparently.

    • dezes157 says:

      While Chuck tries to personally profit from the devastation by being the most hate filled creep in America, Trump gave the victims a cool million.
      Enjoy your Ramon Noodles Chucky.

  33. Minnowredux says:

    It really does restore my faith in humanity to see how Texans are acting in the face of this disaster. People are really showing their graciousness in how they are working together to help those who have suffered this past week.

    Everyone is pulling together.

    Thank God.

    • Calo says:

      No worries Minnow, we are. Texans are very generous.

      There are so many donations in the form of clothes, bedding and toiletries, manual labor, and just a neighbor helping a neighbor out with dog food until the grocery store opens again in the morning makes me proud to live here.

      God bless Texas.

      • Minnowredux says:

        I miss the place….. I miss the people.

        • Calo says:

          Neighbors from subdivisions that were slightly affected with flooding are forming labor pools to help those flooded out by Hurricane Harvey that are nearby with their houses need of repair.

          It’s not all roses and sunshine though. Looters, and those that like to leech off the most vulnerable citizens in a bad situation, have started to do what they do best.

          • Octopus says:

            I watched the 20/20 Harvey show the other night, and was extremely impressed by the stories of Texans helping Texans. What a test of civic spirit! Flying colors, Houston.

            Except for the scumbags scurrying down the street with TV’s on their backs, of course. You’ll always have those cockroaches, in any kind of severe disturbance. May they electrocute themselves plugging them in… 😆

          • rightymouse says:

            Glad to know you’re SAFE!!

  34. Octopus says:

    We had a great thing going, in the American Century. There’s no going back. RIP. 😥

    Paying the price for breakdown of the country’s bourgeois culture
    Updated: AUGUST 9, 2017 — 4:56 PM EDT

    Films in the 1950s and ’60s, such as John Ford’s “The Searchers,” starring John Wayne, reinforced the prevailing bourgeois culture.

    by Amy Wax & Larry Alexander

    Too few Americans are qualified for the jobs available. Male working-age labor-force participation is at Depression-era lows. Opioid abuse is widespread. Homicidal violence plagues inner cities. Almost half of all children are born out of wedlock, and even more are raised by single mothers. Many college students lack basic skills, and high school students rank below those from two dozen other countries.

    The causes of these phenomena are multiple and complex, but implicated in these and other maladies is the breakdown of the country’s bourgeois culture.

    That culture laid out the script we all were supposed to follow: Get married before you have children and strive to stay married for their sake. Get the education you need for gainful employment, work hard, and avoid idleness. Go the extra mile for your employer or client. Be a patriot, ready to serve the country. Be neighborly, civic-minded, and charitable. Avoid coarse language in public. Be respectful of authority. Eschew substance abuse and crime.

    These basic cultural precepts reigned from the late 1940s to the mid-1960s. They could be followed by people of all backgrounds and abilities, especially when backed up by almost universal endorsement. Adherence was a major contributor to the productivity, educational gains, and social coherence of that period.

    Did everyone abide by those precepts? Of course not. There are always rebels — and hypocrites, those who publicly endorse the norms but transgress them. But as the saying goes, hypocrisy is the homage vice pays to virtue. Even the deviants rarely disavowed or openly disparaged the prevailing expectations.

    Was everything perfect during the period of bourgeois cultural hegemony? Of course not. There was racial discrimination, limited sex roles, and pockets of anti-Semitism. However, steady improvements for women and minorities were underway even when bourgeois norms reigned. Banishing discrimination and expanding opportunity does not require the demise of bourgeois culture. Quite the opposite: The loss of bourgeois habits seriously impeded the progress of disadvantaged groups. That trend also accelerated the destructive consequences of the growing welfare state, which, by taking over financial support of families, reduced the need for two parents. A strong pro-marriage norm might have blunted this effect. Instead, the number of single parents grew astronomically, producing children more prone to academic failure, addiction, idleness, crime, and poverty.

    This cultural script began to break down in the late 1960s. A combination of factors — prosperity, the Pill, the expansion of higher education, and the doubts surrounding the Vietnam War — encouraged an antiauthoritarian, adolescent, wish-fulfillment ideal — sex, drugs, and rock-and-roll — that was unworthy of, and unworkable for, a mature, prosperous adult society. This era saw the beginnings of an identity politics that inverted the color-blind aspirations of civil rights leaders like the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. into an obsession with race, ethnicity, gender, and now sexual preference.

    And those adults with influence over the culture, for a variety of reasons, abandoned their role as advocates for respectability, civility, and adult values. As a consequence, the counterculture made great headway, particularly among the chattering classes — academics, writers, artists, actors, and journalists — who relished liberation from conventional constraints and turned condemning America and reviewing its crimes into a class marker of virtue and sophistication.

    All cultures are not equal. Or at least they are not equal in preparing people to be productive in an advanced economy. The culture of the Plains Indians was designed for nomadic hunters, but is not suited to a First World, 21st-century environment. Nor are the single-parent, antisocial habits, prevalent among some working-class whites; the anti-“acting white” rap culture of inner-city blacks; the anti-assimilation ideas gaining ground among some Hispanic immigrants. These cultural orientations are not only incompatible with what an advanced free-market economy and a viable democracy require, they are also destructive of a sense of solidarity and reciprocity among Americans. If the bourgeois cultural script — which the upper-middle class still largely observes but now hesitates to preach — cannot be widely reinstated, things are likely to get worse for us all.

    Would the re-embrace of bourgeois norms by the ordinary Americans who have abandoned them significantly reduce society’s pathologies? There is every reason to believe so. Among those who currently follow the old precepts, regardless of their level of education or affluence, the homicide rate is tiny, opioid addiction is rare, and poverty rates are low. Those who live by the simple rules that most people used to accept may not end up rich or hold elite jobs, but their lives will go far better than they do now. All schools and neighborhoods would be much safer and more pleasant. More students from all walks of life would be educated for constructive employment and democratic participation.

    But restoring the hegemony of the bourgeois culture will require the arbiters of culture — the academics, media, and Hollywood — to relinquish multicultural grievance polemics and the preening pretense of defending the downtrodden. Instead of bashing the bourgeois culture, they should return to the 1950s posture of celebrating it.

    Amy Wax is the Robert Mundheim professor at the University of Pennsylvania Law School.
    Larry Alexander is the Warren distinguished professor at the University of San Diego School of Law.

    • Minnowredux says:

      In the parlance of our times…..”Brav-Effing-O!”

    • rightymouse says:

      Am an avid reader of published town histories from mostly New England – Maine, Massachusetts, etc. I love reading them because they give such fabulous insight into the places and people of the 1600’s, 1700’s and 1800’s – the struggles and the advancements of each generation, including insights into what worked and what didn’t.

      • Octopus says:

        That sounds fascinating. I’ve read a lot of historical accounts from the western frontier, going back to the first trappers and explorers. Well, the Indians, too. What strikes me about these people of a few hundred years back, is that they are the exact same as us, as far as intelligence and emotions, along with basic human physical abilities, but they had to deal with a very different world. Survival was an iffy thing. No safety nets to speak of. Deadly threats around every corner, from killing diseases we had no medicine for, to bears and savage natives. Yes, I called them savages. Noble savages. 😉

        • rightymouse says:

          One of the big differences between the settlers that came here and the Indians is that, with their freedom, the immigrant families were able to meet and then exceed the life-styles of the average guy in Europe in about a few generations. The Indians basically lived in squalor & had not progressed much generation after generation. Hubby says that had to do with our private property order that the Indians obviously didn’t have & that’s why they didn’t dig wells or have pillows & curtains in their tepees.

          • Octopus says:

            They did get lots of fresh air and exercise, though. 😉

            Not to downplay the tragedy of their demise, of course. They were rudely displaced. It was inevitable, but still incredibly sad.

          • rightymouse says:

            Agreed. But life on the reservations hasn’t been exactly stellar either. Assimilation may have been a better goal?

  35. Octopus says:

    A very cool convertible you don’t see everyday…chick car, or chick magnet? Either way, it’s a classic. The movie “To Catch A Thief” is also great, btw. 🙂

  36. Minnowredux says:

    Unbelievable that the thoroughly butthurt, snivelling Left in this country (including the liars of the MSM) are making such a big deal of the semantics used by President Trump. His use of the words “first hand” IS ACCURATE. He fucking flew down there and met with everyone who is leading the rescue effort. Did he, like a total attention whore, bluster into Houston and create havoc with his security entourage? No. He stayed the EFF out of the way for the sake of the people who are suffering in this disaster.

    Yet the immature little bitches of the MSM and elsewhere (oh hey Charles) are beside themselves because of his choice of words.

    These people are the most petty, most stupid liars in this country and everyone knows it. This is truly unbelievable.

    This response to what the President is doing is shameful and disgusting.

    Hey Charles, you are our representative turd in this case.

    Go fuck yourself loser.

  37. Trump is Teh HORROR!- Chunky McDumbth, #1Olberdouche Fan Boy. says:

    I watched this movie on Netflix last night. I recommend it. The acting was really good. Except for Keanu who is stiff and wooden as usual but it was OK. His role didn’t require a lot of depth. People forget he’s only an actor because he was one of the super cute kids in Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure. The really dumb one.

    • Octopus says:

      One of the scariest illnesses out there. A guy I used to work with lost his daughter to it, and my wife’s cousin’s daughter is fighting a desperate battle with it. It’s just brutal.

  38. Trump is Teh HORROR!- Chunky McDumbth, #1Olberdouche Fan Boy. says:

    I also watched the first two episodes of this.

    I noticed it had Eugene Levy and Catherine O’Hara, two of my favorite Canadian comedians from Second City. I immediately thought the casting is great because the son literally resembled Eugene (the father character). Then I realized it actually IS HIS SON. Daniel Levy who’s also a co-producer with his dad. It also has Chris Elliot who is his usual creepy weirdo self. I’m going to watch the rest of these.

  39. Octopus says:

    Liberals like to tear their hair and squeal about “world overpopulation.” And other things. 😆

    • windbag says:

      The entire world population would fit in Texas with a density of 27,362 people per square mile. Manila’s population density is four times that (107,562/sq. mi.). Why am I not worried? Since the time when the lefties were screaming about over-population in the 1970s, human population has thrived as it has doubled. I don’t think any of the lefties’ predictive models work.

      • Octopus says:

        It’s worth noting, the “Population Bomb”-author Paul Ehrlich switched over to hysterical raving about Global Warming years ago. Still as wrong-o as ever! 😆

  40. Octopus says:

    Nazis, Nazis everywhere. It’s Nazis all the way down. 😆

  41. windbag says:

    In light of the current hurricane developments south of us, this came to mind.

  42. ISTE says:

    Update from Houston. I have a kind of “Survivor’s Guilt” thing going at the moment. The place where I live stayed dry (second floor apartment) however the parking lot was flooded to a depth of about nine inches on three separate occasions. So all car mats soaked but the extremely vital electronic Engine Control Unit was not damaged. Oh, why is the fucking thing on the floor under the front seat not high up under the hood snuggled next to the engine?

    Car is worth $600 I would not have lost much..

    Food…. Well I had stocked up on granola bars, fresh fruit, beer, wine, a little bottle of water, canned tuna, avocados, flour tortillas and those Hormel Compleats dinners that do not need refrigeration.

    Had the usual stuff in the freezer, a pizza, Chinese meals and some zip lock bags of “Mystery Meals” (leftovers of what I do not know) If the power went out everything in the freezer would be useless. No way to cook it.

    Fortunately I never lost power or internet once during the last week so for me life went on as usual. No need to eat fresh fruit and granola bars. Going to donate all that girly shit to a girl tomorrow 🙂

    So, I feel very lucky.

    My local Walmart has been opening at about 3pm and closing at 6pm for the last two days so life is good. However……….

    Today on the way home from work I did not go there. It will be hell, long lines at the checkouts. People stocking up. After surviving Harvey there is no way I am going to fear for my life in Walmart tonight. It is not worth the risk.

    Why is that you may ask?

    First of the month. EBT cards get re-filled. No sane person goes to my local neighborhood Walmart on the first of the month!!!

    (Don’t worry, I got a nice bottle of gas station Merlot on the way home. Will go great with a can of tuna and a granola bar.. ) LOL

  43. Bunk X says:

    Heh. The missus has a party coming up with all her high-school buddies and their spouses. They’re a diverse group in every sense of the word, and I get along with most of them ( I tolerate the others). She axed me to track down a MAGA hat for her to wear just to irritate a couple of them.

    Turns out the manufacturer of the official Trump campaign hats is located in Carson California, and employs mostly hispanics citizens. He was creating jobs even while he was campaigning.

    The story is good, if you can stomach some stuff like this:
    “Donald Trump’s hats have quickly become a signature totem of the 2016 campaign, a kitsch magnet that serves ironic hipsters and sincere supporters alike. The red-and-white caps are emblazoned with the real estate mogul’s oft-repeated slogan, “Make America Great Again.”

    But look around the factory floor where these hats are being made by the thousands, and you’ll find faces that don’t seem to fit into Trump’s America.”

    And that was written a year BEFORE the election.

  44. !!!Trump is Teh Satan! Hit Theo lose tip!! jar! says:

    My daughters are trying to make their way back home tonight for the holiday weekend. One had the kid car (a Kia Soul) in Danville and made her way to Bowling Green to pick up sister. Fingers crossed with all this rain and flooding. That car is so damn light we’ve been warning them about hydroplaning and to back out rather than cross a spontaneous body of water. Also my wife looked up the cops in the counties they’re crossing so they can call them if they get in trouble. Are we overprotective or what?? :). LOL! They’re 18 (twins). When I was that age I drove home in blizzards in a beater and no one gave a shit. Ha! They were like hey glad you made it.

    • Octopus says:

      Those were very different times, eh? People are incredibly over-protective now, and in contact with their kids 24/7 on the phone. There’s no cord-cutting. What will become of this generation? 😯

  45. Bunk X says:

    91 degrees in the coolest spot in the house (the hall) right now. No A/C, just fans and soaked clothing. Local SoCal news is advising to avoid using major appliances between 9AM and 10PM, so I guess we’re expected to unplug the refrigerator.

  46. Octopus says:

    It’s almost time for Gus to unplug. Happy trails, Garage Boy!

    • Octopus says:

      Took awhile, but he got there. 🙂

      3 hours ago
      Rolls eyes.
      3 hours ago
      Twitter had to check first.
      3 hours ago
      Thank you. Russia Today.…
      3 hours ago
      Come on man.
      3 hours ago
      3 hours ago
      3 hours ago

  47. Octopus says:

    Chunky’s having yet another nervous breakdown, over whether Trump can view websites or not on his phone. ON HIS PHONE, I tell you! 😆

    64 years old, kids. This is his life. 😦

    But sure, let’s all just take the Trump gang at their word that he can’t view any websites now. Don’t we all feel better now?
    13 minutes ago
    @JohnBrownlow @yashar @sukatra @apearlma @JDWackrow Maybe you should read some of my other comments about this.
    16 minutes ago
    @JohnBrownlow @yashar @sukatra @apearlma @JDWackrow I seriously doubt that. Apple has publicly committed to not doi……
    20 minutes ago
    @Aviatrixt @schwanksta @pbump Ask any parent how well parental controls work in the real world.
    21 minutes ago
    @pbump The notion that Trump can’t browse websites on his phone strikes me as pure deceptive propaganda. Yes. He can.
    23 minutes ago
    @pbump Yes, he can view web pages through the Twitter app, or through TweetBot, or any other Twitter client, and other apps too.
    25 minutes ago
    @schwanksta @pbump No, you can’t. You can disable it with parental controls, but there are many other ways to view websites on an iPhone.
    26 minutes ago
    @apearlma @yashar @sukatra Do you really believe Apple’s giving the NSA the ability to build custom modified iPhones?
    28 minutes ago
    @gabrielsnyder It’s not possible. And there are many other ways to view websites on an iPhone besides a web browser.
    32 minutes ago

    • Octopus says:

      It’s still going on! 😆

      Chunky and the addled nitwits he harangues on Twitter all day remind me of the creatures you find living under big rocks in moist woodsy areas. They’re underside people. Clinging to the damp underside of reality, in the dark.

      @DeadBunnyFrank Given his track record, any journalist who believes a Trump claim without independent verification……
      10 minutes ago
      @DeadBunnyFrank Yes. Remember, though – the claim that started this off is that Trump’s phone “has no web browser,”……
      16 minutes ago
      @DeadBunnyFrank @ParkerMolloy @MichaelEHuck @yashar @JDWackrow @sukatra @apearlma @POTUS Obviously, he’s using Twit……
      19 minutes ago
      @apearlma @DeadBunnyFrank @ParkerMolloy @MichaelEHuck @yashar @JDWackrow @sukatra @POTUS Sure they can. And then yo……
      23 minutes ago
      @DeadBunnyFrank @ParkerMolloy @MichaelEHuck @yashar @JDWackrow @sukatra @apearlma @POTUS Absolutely. Apple doesn’t……
      24 minutes ago
      @DeadBunnyFrank @ParkerMolloy @MichaelEHuck @yashar @JDWackrow @sukatra @apearlma @POTUS Filtering through a secure……
      25 minutes ago
      @stuckinoregon All of his tweets for several months have been from an iPhone. If you use TweetDeck it’s easy to check this.
      28 minutes ago
      Honestly, I think it’s much more believable that the notion his phone “has no web browser” is pure disinformation.
      29 minutes ago
      @stuckinoregon He’s been using an iPhone for months, and it’s extremely difficult to remove all web browsing from an iPhone.
      32 minutes ago
      @DeadBunnyFrank @ParkerMolloy @MichaelEHuck @yashar @JDWackrow @sukatra @apearlma @POTUS That article actually says……
      33 minutes ago

      Music for aging recluses to perseverate by:

  48. Octopus says:

    A very brave person is true to herself in Hollywood. Good luck, girl! You’re going to need it.

  49. Bunk X says:

    Lol. This guy’s good.

  50. Pakimon says:

    It a beautiful Saturday morning and Pakimog say NCAA football kick off in earnest today!

    One game of note that Pakimog noted…

    Octo’s Michigan Wolverines

    take on Pakimog’s Florida Gators

    down in Texas in epic battle of underboob!

    Pakimog think Michigan have edge due to Florida quarterback woes but you never know and you know the old saying, “On any given Sunday” er, uh, “Saturday” er, uh, whatever. 😀

    • Pakimon says:

      Pakimog say there was supposed to be two appropriate underboob pictures in above comment but WordPress (or Pakimog) screw up.

      Pakimog try again.

      Octo’s Michigan Wolverines

      • Pakimon says:

        It no work. No Florida or Michigan underboob for y’all today.

        Pakimog blame deep state. 😀

        • rightymouse says:

          I can see the underboobies. Wonder why you can’t. Weird. Pics came through just fine. Well, ok, it’s not fine for me to have to look at chicks with flat tummies and underboobies, but you know what I mean. 😆

        • Octopus says:

          This football game is off to a good start, in the first quarter. Gators up 3-0, but Wolverines driving. Just great to have such a competitive matchup right away, rather than a few patsies followed by the B1G season.

  51. rightymouse says:

    Speaking of boobs…

  52. rightymouse says:

    Peevish man must be peevish…

  53. rightymouse says:

    OMG. He’s still at it this morning. This reminds me of the time Fatso & Killgore were insisting that Weiner’s Twitter account was hacked because there was NO way that this up-and-coming politician tweeted a pic of his hard-on-in-underwear to ANYBODY!! Now, it’s “TRUMP HAS WEB ACCESS BECAUSE I SAY SO!!”

  54. rightymouse says:

    • Octopus says:

      God bless this President and his beautiful wife. They’ve got their work cut out for them. So many enemies, based on nothing but ignorance and jealousy. And then there’s the Deep State. Oy vey.

  55. Octopus says:

    Reminds me of watching a certain fat doofus trying to make a point on Twitter or de-bug some simple code. 😆

  56. Octopus says:

    AS IF!!1! 😆

  57. Octopus says:

  58. Octopus says:

    Hory shit! Back to back pick-sicks! 😯

    Football game turning out wrong.

    • Octopus says:

      Better now, but issue still very much in doubt. UM up 26-17 in the third. The fourth quarter will tell the tale.

      Nice to see Michigan winning the trenches. Not overwhelmingly, but enough. Bodes well for the rugged weeks to come.

  59. Octopus says:

    “Don’t the media know Trump is at fault for the hurricane?!” 😆

    I can’t laugh hard enough at the way the Left is seething over Trump being all presidential and shit. 😆

  60. Octopus says:

    This cop is off the chain and needs to be disciplined, if not fired outright. She was following procedure, and he lost his shit.

  61. Octopus says:

    😆 😆 😆 😆

    • dezes157 says:

      I do believe old fat Chuck is manning the glory hole at a local truck stop just to have a warm meal in his stomach.

  62. Octopus says:

    How much do I hate Pat Metheney? Well, let’s see…there’s cancer, pedophilia, genocide, the plague and other fun epidemics, ANTIFA, Kathy Griffin, the new Taylor Swift song…there’s a lot of hate-able things, but I hate the horrible plinking tedium of Pat Metheney most of all!

    I had a roommate in college who insisted on playing the horrible shit while he studied. It never grew on me, just became more awful over time. To this day, I despise it to my core. I apologize in advance, to anyone here who has his entire oeuvre on vinyl, protected in precious sleeves of baby mouse fur.

  63. ISTE says:

    A productive day today in Houston.

    A business saved.

    Several people will have continued employment.

    Today was a wonderful day……

    • Calo says:

      The gratitude I have is immense, this evening.

      You gave up your entire day to plan and help me.

      And, those that I employ brought out their entire family to lend a helping hand.

      God bless Texas

      • ISTE says:

        Thinking deeply about everything happening in Houston.

        We were all doing ok then a disaster happened and everyone is working together and working hard to put it all back together as it was.

        Personally I wish the fucking traffic lights here started working!

        This four way stop every 500 yards because the lights are flashing red shit is getting boring.

        They should flash multi coloured lights and blast Nightwish from 1000 watt speakers at each intersection.

        We go when we want to go!

        Yeah, I am pathetic, Thousands lost their homes. many lost their lives and I am annoyed that some traffic lights are not working..

  64. ISTE says:

    A secret nobody knows about me.

    Where I am from and in the rest of the civilized world there is no such thing as a “Four Way Stop”

    One road at a junction has priority if it is without traffic lights.

    As I approach a four way stop when alone I say aloud “Not me, not me,not me” while watching other cars…

    Then when it is my turn I say “ME!!! ”

    Will be really happy when Houston fixes the traffic lights. Spent hours today yelling to myself “Not me” and “Me”


  65. rightymouse says:

    This thread loads and refreshes slower than snot. Seriously.

  66. rightymouse says:

    Going to a cook-out now. Later, dudes & dudettes! 🙂

  67. Octopus says:

    Hawt take!

    Trump caused the ANTIFA violence because he has policies. Or something. 😆

  68. Octopus says:

    I wonder if this romper comes in “Fatass McDumbth,” or if that pic would be too frightening. 😕

  69. Octopus says:

    Who do you think wrote this letter to Trump for Obama? His speechwriter, I would say.