Remember When…

Yeah, we all saw it coming, Charles @Green_Footballs Johnson. We also saw how you abused the Twitter protocols, and how you deleted all contents from your dormant @Lizardoid account. We also know why you did so. How ’bout reposting some of the vile stuff that appeared on your account, explain why you deleted it, and justify why it’s still open, Charles?

Two-faced unapologetic slime.

234 Comments on “Remember When…”

  1. Octopus says:

    Chunky’s exploding gif metaphor would be Mr. Creosote:

  2. Octopus says:

    All of these except the last one. 😆
    (and many, many more)

    Generally, I embrace being older. I’m happier now than I’ve ever been, despite the outrageous slings and arrows of advancing decrepitude. I want me some grandkids!

      • Octopus says:

        Yep. 😆

        I really wanted to buy one for my libturd sis-in-law, but wife said no. Probably for the best.

        • rightymouse says:

          I suspect it was your plan to glue horns on her head and staple a pig snout to her nose that turned off the lovely wife. She wanted to ward off a family fight. I get it. Sort of.

    • If little girl want to become soulless, conniving, criminal, corrupt, mendacious and wrong about everything, then of course, Cankles is the epitome of role model for such.

    • Her ass isn’t big enough…and she’s supposed to be missing a shoe!

      • Octopus says:

        In Heaven, all missing shoes are reunited with their partners.

          • Octopus says:

            Wow. I haven’t seen “Eraserhead” since the ’80’s. I think I want to watch it again now. 😯

          • Bunk X says:

            First time I saw Eraserhead I was stoned. 2nd time I watched it I was drunk. 3rd time I was sober. Each time I found the film to be disturbing as hell, so I bought the soundtrack. On vinyl.

            The LP is disturbing as hell.

          • Bunk X says:

            Years ago when we still had kids coming by on Halloween we’d decorate the entrance and I’d made a tape from the LP and blast it out to the neighborhood. The missus complained that it was too disturbing, so I replaced the “music” with Tom Waits’ Bone Machine and Mickey Hart’s Planet Drum.

          • Octopus says:

            We would have been good neighbors. Aside from the lawn-maintenance and leaf-raking, I mean. 😉

            When the kids and me were young, I would go all-out with my Halloween costume and deliver the candy to the unsuspecting kids. Our neighborhood became a very Asian and Indian one, and they didn’t know how to react to good old Frank N. Stein and Wolfman With Bloody Fangs in the first couple of years. Their parents loved it, though, and laughed hysterically. The more frightened the young ones were, the more their parents laughed. We also used to have drinking parties in the neighborhood, while the kids scrounged for treats. The foreigners who didn’t speak great Engrish would swig their hard cider and smile. I can only imagine their inner dialogues — they were, and are, mostly doctors and engineers who survived a fairly-brutal weeding-out process on their way to these racist and mean-spirited shores.

  3. Octopus says:

    Chunky retweeted this asswipery:

    Where do you moonbats go from here, though? Got the Nazis and pedos all used up, for shock value. You’re going to have to get creative. 😆

  4. Octopus says:

    I fucking love it, twice as much as you hate it, Fatass!


  5. Octopus says:

    …and Little Gus-Gus was the apple of his Mommy’s eye. Such high hopes! Such sad results. 😦

    • Bunk X says:

      Let’s hear it for “Rocket 88!”

      • Octopus says:

        I’m kinda partial to this number, from ’46:

        Listen to that crazy guitar solo!

        • rightymouse says:

          I was not exposed to this music at all even during the times we would come to the States while I was growing up. To show you how ignorant I was of different types of music here, when I first saw the movie “Young Frankenstein”, I didn’t get the joke about the Transylvania Choo-Choo. 😆

          • Octopus says:

            I guess my parents were kinda hip, for their age and time. Mom loved Elvis, and Dad was into The Ink Spots and other “race music” in his younger days. Of course they both preferred big band music. Dad also liked Sinatra a lot, and the rest of the Rat Pack. I think Mom only liked Sammy Davis, Jr. out of that group of scoundrels. She was into Herb Alpert and Ramsey Lewis. I think we should kick one of those, for the old gal’s sake. 🙂

          • rightymouse says:

            Since living here full time since the 80’s, I’ve delved into a lot of music and film I missed growing up. It was mostly classical because of my Dad and some stuff on the radio in Bangkok – I remember Mom listening to “The Tennessee Waltz”. We had rock and roll when I was in HS – The Doors, Jimi Hendrix etc. and in my late teens the radio stations played all the big hits at the time. I had the hots for David Cassidy & Davy Jones. 🙂

          • KGB says:

            Octo, my mom saw Elvis at the Aud in Buffalo in 1956. Were your parents there? She was only 13 and went with my uncle and his girlfriend (now wife of 58 years). I still can’t believe my grandfather let her go. ‘Course he was in his 20’s in NYC during the Roaring 20’s and probably saw some crazy shit himself. He once shared an elevator with Babe Ruth.

          • Octopus says:

            No, my Mom never saw Elvis in concert. She just loved his voice…she said. Nice Catholic girl on her way to having 9 brats, she was kind of busy for concerts and socializing. I remember when Elvis played Detroit in 70-something, a few of the neighbor ladies went, but not Mom. I think she was over it by then.

            Funny you should mention the Roaring 20’s — I once had a long talk with my grandmother on Mom’s side about the good times she had then. Best time ever in America, she maintained. I’ve got some stories, but I have to go to bed now — another time. She was a flapper girl and smuggled bottles of Canadian whiskey up the sleeves of her coonskin coat, though. 🙂

      • Bunk X says:

        Eubie Blake was on the Carson show many times. He said the first time he heard the term “Rock and Roll” was in the cathouses he played in as a kid in the early 1900’s. It was a barrel house piano style that kept the customers moving along.

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

      Once upon a time baroque music was considered new. What’s your point?

  6. rightymouse says:

    Ya THINK SO??? 😆

    • Octopus says:

      I used to watch her show years ago, on Bravo. She was dating her boss there, and used to joke about it. She was kind of funny, a loose cannon that would say anything. She talked about boozing and drugging a lot — it appears the drugs have taken their toll, along with her libturd politics.

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

        She and Silverman are two peas in a pod. They couldn’t make it in actual comedy so they started stripping their clothes off to get attention. Pathetic.

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

          I’m probably being unkind. Each of them made it in comedy but they didn’t make it big time with big money like say, Adam Sandler. I agree that they can both make me laugh and Silverman definitely has good timing. But when they take political sides it’s easy to assess them ruthlessly. Their political commentary insults me thoughtlessly so why should I be kind to them?

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

        Handler’s brother is an accomplished chef. He was on Chopped and looks like he knows what he’s doing.

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

      You mean that she parades around the internet with her tits and ass out (for money) and then calls this nice strong Christian woman a harlot? Yeah, I’d agree there’s something wrong with her.

      • rightymouse says:

        Her description of Sarah was pathetic. Not very feminist if you ask me. That’s why the whole movement is such a joke. Look how they treated Sarah Palin.

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

    And in mentioning Adam Sandler, the guy is best when he’s not trying to be funny. And has good supporting actors such as in (ironically named) Funny People where he’s a distraught terminally ill actor. The only comedy I liked him in was Little Nicky. LOL that was a funny movie that used his limited goofy character very effectively.

    • Octopus says:

      I also enjoyed “Happy Gilmore,” “Billy Madison,” “The Waterboy,” “The Wedding Singer,” “Mr. Deeds” and parts of others. I have a special nostalgia for those movies, from watching them with my older daughter who thought Sandler and Jim Carrey were comedy gods. They kind of were, for a moment there. But everything dies, eventually. 😦

      All of those movies had moments of hilarity, like this one:

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

    And one of my favorite cross over comedy/actors is Jonah Hill. If you haven’t seen Moneyball with he and Brad Pitt you must go get it right now! 🙂 I know you’ve all seen it. Jonah Hill can act. That Rogan bozo not so much. Neurotic Jews playing neurotic Jews not really acting. Just saying.

  9. Octopus says:

    Did I mention the Netflix movie, “The Babysitter,” was a total pip? I mean, I was entertained, even though I was wondering if the young male lead and his female co-star (GRRRAAAAOOOOWWW!!) were being molested constantly off-camera. It just seems like that kind of production. But it’s an amusing horror parody, if you have a little time to kill.

  10. Abu bin Squid says:

    Like a ton of bricks it just hit me. Frankencreep is being shown the door ASAP not because of the Alabama race but because he’ll be on SNL this Saturday night.

    Time to stand with Al. He’ll do less damage being a Senate backgrabber.

    *backbencher – dang auto-correct

    • Octopus says:

      Looking forward to his tearful resignation. Might need a bucket of ice water to calm down the old schad-monster. 😆

    • Bunk X says:

      I hope he denies it all and fights it. It’ll keep him busy.

      • Octopus says:

        It would probably be worse for the Libturd Left if they have to live with a grope-y grabber in their midst, defending him and whatnot. I bet there’s some serious discussion going on, in the backroom where they keep the midget prostitutes and opium pipes.

  11. curioussmirker says:

    Charles is sad that Trump recognized Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. I’m happy!

  12. Octopus says:

    Story may be NSFW. Just girls in sorta-bikinis, serving up hot, steaming goodness. And coffee. 🙂

  13. Octopus says:


    VERY occasionally, somebody points and laffs at Fatass. He is filled with pride. The attention keeps him motivated for days!

  14. Octopus says:

    Gus got to fighting with the fringe-Left again last night. This battle is really cutting into his partying time!


  15. Octopus says:

    Why not, Paul? I mean, the Left is against “assigning gender” to children, in the hopes that they’ll choose to be the other gender from the one nature messed around and stuck them with at birth. They support NAMBLA, for pete’s sake. Stop being so patriarchal and shit.

    • KGB says:

      He looks aggressive in the photo, but then you notice the inset photo to the right and he looks hollow and sad. Poor guy. I hope he gets relief from this condition and soon. He probably just needs a good, swift kick in his doopa, but I suspect his parents are incapable. May they rot.

    • Dwells38 says:

      Um much like seeing the creepy sexy furry, I may never have an erection again after seeing that. Scrubbing eyes with acid….

  16. Octopus says:

    The Blubber Girl warned Shrillary about Weinstein being a rapist, but the Screeching Harridan ignored the cow, probably saying, “No shit, Shirley.” 😆

  17. Octopus says:

    Franken had to cheat in order to win his last election — it will be interesting, to say the least, which party will prevail in next year’s election. WAR!

    • Octopus says:

      “Governor Mark Dayton likely to tap Lt. Governor Tina Smith.”

      As they used to say on “Archer” all the time, “Phrasing!” 😆

  18. Pakimon says:

    The fat ponytailed TwitterWarrior makes a bold prediction…

    • Pakimon says:

      His pannus is quivering with anticipation as he attempts to get the attention he craves…

    • Pakimon says:

      You’d think from the way Chunkles is hyperventilating, Cernovich is going to do something crazy like this:

      • Pakimon says:

        Chunkles is just getting peevish because he’s wishing that the toy drive money was going into HIS gofundme account. 😆


        • rightymouse says:

          Cernovich has raised $4,000 in one day. !!

          • Abu says:

            Inaugural, not “first annual”. Annual can’t happen until a year passes. The president of my Fortune 500 company emailed he accepted “ the First Annual Award” for blah blah.
            Lazy copy and paste or ignorance?
            Asking for my imaginary friend.

            / props for the child driven effort

      • Dwells38 says:

        Wow, a wholesome young family and holiday charity are so creepy in fat Chunk0 world (aka his bed bug ridden couch)

  19. OLT's Ring Given Freely says:

    Lena Dunham once again feels the need to boost her mentions:

  20. Octopus says:

    That was a wet fart. 😆

  21. Octopus says:

    I wonder who he groped that night. Seems like he couldn’t go anywhere, without grabbing some guy’s junk. 😆

  22. rightymouse says:


    • Bunk X says:

      Franken says he didn’t do anything wrong while serving as a Senator.
      Moore didn’t either.

    • Octopus says:

      Not to give the man any credit or anything, but once upon a time his Stuart Smalley character and series was the best thing on SNL. Ironically, he was mocking the very kind of people who became his support base in politics, and who now have turned on him and demanded he resign.

      • rightymouse says:

        Never watched that period of SNL. That said, I was here for a while in the mid-70’s (college, nanny for Ethel Kennedy’s brats) and I watched SNL then & loved Belushi et al.

  23. dezes157 says:

    I don’t see where the guy said make fraudulent abuse reports, But Chuck sure gets upset when people use his dirty tricks.

  24. Bunk X says:

  25. Octopus says:

    You have to love this gal! I mean, unless you’re a libturd loser, in which case you call her every vile name you can think of. When you’re taking flack, you’re over the target. 😆

  26. Octopus says:

    For some reason, Bills fans have taken to throwing dildos onto the field. I’m sure there’s some deeper meaning here, but haven’t yet discovered it. Penis penis penis LOL!

  27. Octopus says:

    It’s amazing how people can get along without race-baiters and h8rs mucking things up. Nice story. 🙂

  28. Octopus says:

    Some people are offended by this new trend, with gay people displaying two Joes or two Marys. I can’t muster any outrage. You guys do you. Next year, you’ll have one Joe boning the other over the manger, which will also be heartwarming. 😆

    • rightymouse says:

      Yeah. ‘Cause the Bible can be changed any way the LGBT folk want. Even the Pope wants to change The Lord’s Prayer!

    • KGB says:

      He’s beaming because it’s two fags. If it was a normal nativity, he wouldn’t have looked at it or may have even scowled. He doesn’t give a shit about the redemptive birth of Christ, he just wants to feel his cock swell with the notion of two men acting like primates. Seriously, what’s the point in homosexual nativities? They’re lies in the service of a larger degeneracy.

      I think that covers enough outrage for the both of us.

      • rightymouse says:

        Cameron is a “she”. I think.

      • Octopus says:

        I just hope they haven’t burdened the baby with any gender-specific name, clothing or toys. Let Xexus decide for xirself, fer crissakes!

        Also, that sheep is getting boned tonight. Joe 2 has a headache, from snorting too much frankincense.

        • OLT's Ring Given Freely says:

          Giving birth had to be even more painful for him than a woman. I mean, the whole no womb no cervix, and no vagina (much less a vaginal opening) … that’s a bit Alien-esque for a guy. I don’t think he’d be kneeling by that manger … I think he’d be gasping for his last breath as he bled out.

          I missing the Party of Science angle here. Is the baby supposed to have been born through the one large opening in a man’s lower body? In that case, wouldn’t it be named Al Franken?

          • Octopus says:

            I don’t think the Gay Nativity folks have worked out the biology or the theology, quite. Give them time — they have Top Men working on it. And some bottoms.

      • Abu’s Outlawed Jokes says:

        Am I the only stalker who noticed the nativity animals split leaving a decoy’s behind? I’m not sure what that decoy is supposed to be butt my guess would be sore in the morning. 🤣

    • Arachne says:

      Maybe they can do Mohammed next year for EID.

    • ISTE says:

      I think that is the result of brilliant marketing by a local store such as Hallmark for example.

      Orders for Christmas stock are placed as early as January for delivery to the store in October/November.

      Maybe a store placed an order for 50 quantity SKU 573245 and 50 quantity SKU 573246

      In fact there were two styles of Joseph and two styles of Mary. Josephs are 573245 and 573246. The two Marys are 573247 and 573248

      So, a store gets 100 Josephs delivered to it in November and no Marys. Easy to fix you say. Well…. No. You cannot send back 50 Josephs as they were made to order. Also you cannot get 50 Marys in November because there are none available.

      So, you have 50 sets of nativity scenes in stock at a wholesale cost of $125 each. Selling price $250 Effectively you just wasted $6250 on something you cannot sell. Also the mark up would have been about 50% So due to a simple mistake made in the spring you are out $6250 by buying something you cannot sell and out $6250 less profit.

      $12500 loss just from a simple mistake in ordering.

      BUT WAIT!!!! The demographics in the area around your store indicate there is over 200 gay couples living there, you only need 25% of them to buy one.

      “Exclusive to ( insert name of store) Gay Nativity Scene $300”

      You just made $8750 selling gay nativity scenes instead of $6250 selling a nativity scene to a normal family.

      Christmas 2018 I have a plan.

      Olaf and Olaf’s partner exclusive gift sets.

    • Bunk X says:

      I’m more concerned about that giant white slug that’s creeping toward the Baby Jesus while Johnson & Johnson are pondering what to wear to the prom.

    • poteen2 says:

      Joseph and Marlon go to Bethlehem. Which one rides the donkey?

    • rightymouse says:

      The WAPO is such a suck-up to the Donks. Partisan hacks.

    • Bunk X says:

      Nick Searcy is the only person I know who was booted from Twitter and then was begged to come back to Twitter by Twitter.

      • Octopus says:

        That happened?! I missed that episode entirely.

        I might have to re-watch the series, “Justified,” to appreciate Searcy who I barely knew at the time. I knew I liked the character he played, but it would be fun to see the guy having fun with one of his favorite roles. Plus, it’s a great TV show.

  29. TreBob says:

    WOW! Reading an article about an internet troll being burned and arrested for threatening the Watts Up with That blog owner Anthony Watts. As I was reading the article I got down to some of the aliases the troll was using and what name do I see? “Reginald Perrin”

    Long time DoD users will recognize Reggie and know about his antics. Well, Reg got on the wrong side of the law and Ontario law enforcement paid him a little visit.

    Sometimes life just hands you a freebie!!

    • rightymouse says:

      I remember the a-hole. Glad he got nailed.

    • Octopus says:


      Wasn’t he involved with “The Loathsome Sir?”

      • OLT's Ring Given Freely says:

        Thought that was WindUpBird

      • TreBob says:

        Reggie was the guy who said he was going to take over LGF for Charles and then went further insane. He finally got nutty enough that Charles whacked his LGF account and then he came over here and went from lucid to incoherent until no one could put up with it. I think he may have been blocked over here, don’t remember.

        Anyways, we didn’t have any Octopi hanging around back then. There were goofy guys like garycooper. 😉

        • Octopus says:

          I hated that phony, garycooper. If you’re going to go with a one-word name, don’t use a real famous guy’s first and last names, stuck together. It’s just stupid. 😆

          • rightymouse says:

            You are so naughty! 😆

          • Octopus says:

            No, I’m a good dog! 🙂

          • Octopus says:

            When a grown-ass man is a furry, there are ramifications regarding his overall mentality. He’s a complicated coot, who’s not thinking quite right. That he was still worshipping at the Moobs of Meepzorp (LGF) is another clue.

            The Final Twelve don’t get this blog at all, unless they read here regularly, and then they would soon see the absurdity of Dear Leader. Such freedom of thought is verboten on the Left, and suppressed rigorously by KIm-Dong Fatass.

      • Pakimon says:

        The best part about “The Loathsome Sir” was that WindUpBird posted it expecting everyone here to get angry and outraged.

        He was all set to run back to The Bog telling the idiots there about he exposed the evil
        stalkers as a bunch of uptight homophobic cretins.

        When his little “novella” instead got cheers and accolades, WindUpBird was completely flummoxed and bewildered.

        In old school parlance… “He didn’t know whether to shit or wind his watch.”

        I imagine he went with George Carlin’s suggestion and shit on his watch. 😆

  30. rightymouse says:

    Man gets jail for having sex with his dead girlfriend. She hated having sex with him. He didn’t realize she was dead & thought it would wake her up.

    • Octopus says:

      “Her body was still making noises.” 😯

      There are so many things wrong with this story. I don’t know where to begin, so I’m just going to try to forget about it.

      • rightymouse says:

        Gas from decomposition. 😯

        • Octopus says:

          If you’ve ever seen a dead body, you know there’s a big difference in appearance when the life force has left the building. I know there are rare cases where a person looks dead but isn’t, but I suspect this hours-dead corpse had all the signs, like cold flesh, glazed and open eyes, floppiness, no heartbeat, etc. This guy wanted one last go-round with the gal who hated his ass.

  31. rightymouse says:

    Hubby & I will be leaving this morning for my Uncle’s house. Going to my cousin’s funeral & burial. 😦 It’s a 6 hour drive. Will be gone all weekend but will check in when I have some free time.

    • Octopus says:

      I think this is Yoga Saturday, on the morrow. If we can get the gals to wear some decent yoga attire, that is — last time, they had everything hanging out or showing through their Lulu’s. 🙂

  32. Octopus says:

    Two words, Cheese-Eating Surrender Monkey: “Maginot Line.”

    Now STFU, and start researching the horrible new mistake your country has made, importing hundreds of thousands of militant Islamofascists. Good luck with that!

  33. Arachne says:

    Poor Fatso. I bet he was celebrating Fake News CNN’s reporting that Don Jr. received an email offering up the codes for the Wikileaks document dump. Claimed it was sent 9/4/17 – in advance of the dump on the internet. Chunky was probably saying “we got ’em now!”

    The email was sent 9/14/17 – two days AFTER the document. CNN LIED again. When caught, they claimed their two “sources” led them astray. Who were their sources – Adam Schiff and Robert Mueller?

  34. Octopus says:

    Been reading Paul and James Woods’s twitters this evening — so many laffs!

    The Left is punching itself in the face continuously, and all you can do is watch and munch the virtual popcorn. Agog. 😆

  35. Octopus says:

    Of course he was on the story! 😆

    Chunky retweeted:

  36. Octopus says:

    “…and hey, Bob, while we’re talking — I’m ready to come back on the show and help out, anytime you need me. I sent you that list of ideas. That was a few months ago — I guess a lot’s happened since then. I’ll write up a new list, and get it over to you in a few. I have some amazing ideas on how to skewer Trump royally — I’m even working on an impression. I’ll record some video of it and attach it to my list. Call me.”

  37. Octopus says:

    Woody was worried about the Weinstein investigation and subsequent fallout “turning into a witch hunt,” he said. Yeah. Let’s not get too aggressive with the questions, media.

    There’s a story out there about Allen raping young Mariel Hemingway on the set of “Manhattan.” I totally believe this story. He tried to get her to run away to Paris with him, after filming wrapped on the quaint little movie about an old perv with a 16-year-old girlfriend. She told her sister about the rape, and Margaux told her it was part of the sick business they were in, and she would never get any work again if she reported him to the police.

    • Dwells38 says:

      Plus we know he raped his own daughter when she was a small child. A weird thing about pedophiles, their sickness causes them to look past the obvious. That they remember their own lives at age seven. So do we all. So will their victims. His daughter knows with no uncertainty what he did to her at that age. She has all the reason in the world to celebrate her rich famous father. And no reason to lie about his pervert crimes. And it’s corroborated. Mia remembers him coming to see the little one and then bizarrely separating the child off from everyone. It was to some attic where he molested her. How horrible. I couldn’t get past the first paragraph of the following without literally crying.

  38. Octopus says:

    This 1960 Volkswagen Deluxe “23-Window” microbus sold recently at auction for a cool $207,200. Sorry, Chunky. You should have hung onto it. 😆

  39. Octopus says:

    Tax reform. Gorsuch. Kicking ISIS ass. Driving the Left even further around the bend every damn day, with infuriating precision tweets. 😆

    I love Trump. Maybe I could do without some of the preening and gold decor, but thank God he got elected over that screeching harpy. I still shudder when I think of how I had come to accept her inevitable election, as the media and polls had convinced me.

  40. Octopus says:

    For strong women everywhere!

    • Dwells38 says:

      She is so super fit and beautiful. It’s a great thing these young ladies keep in shape instead of blobbing out. My daughter’s at WKU and she hits the gym about every day. It keeps the spirits up and the mind clear. She’s not even dating anyone out there yet but I bet there are several trying to figure an entre move 🙂

      • Octopus says:

        One of the best things I passed on to the kids was a love of exercise. They have both thanked me on several occasions. I’ve always had a gym setup in the basement, and they watched me work out for years before getting into it themselves. The only thing I regret is that I couldn’t get them to do martial arts seriously, in a real school. Oh, well. I showed them a few things that might help in a crisis.

  41. Dwells38 says:

    Wow. She’s even dumber than I thought.

    American flags make you nervous as a Jew? We fucking defeated the Nazis you fucking idiot. I’m just glad that guy got rid of her.

    • Octopus says:

      That moonbat-rabbi sister of hers, and her dopey father, are just as batshit libturded as Sarah. I’ve read interviews with both of them. It’s a whole family of America-hating Jews. Rabbi-Sis is basically communist, part of the idiot-Left in Israel now. I wish Sarah would get off her drug-addled ass and go work on a kibbutz for a few years.

  42. Octopus says:

    Job Stoppers Tattoo Parlor
    You need never work again

  43. Dwells38 says:

    She’s such a great judge of men. She was Tiger Wood’s girlfriend after he was thrown out by his wife for being with countless whores during their marriage.

  44. Octopus says:

    You mean “co-opt,” Chunky. Pretend her whinging is your own. 😆

    They don’t like the content of the latest NYT “thimk-piece” on Trump. Not enough Russia.

  45. Octopus says:

    Were you crying too, Chunky? Did you get some of those bad feelings out?

  46. Octopus says:

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  48. Octopus says:

    This is kinda genius, imho…

  49. Octopus says:

    What’s In Bunk’s Garage?


    An angry wolverine?

    A bear?

    • Bunk X says:

      Tried to spook it today, rattling the cabinets, barking incoherently, but no dice. Silence. Found more chewed up paper and plastic detritus, and it might have ruined the kid’s 20 year old Easy Bake Oven that the missus was saving for some reason.

      • Bunk X says:

        No critter is going to force me to clean out my garage.

        • Bunk X says:

          We have so much stuff in the garage that we don’t need to keep, so I’ll let the critter do all the work and sweep it out later. Then I’ll trap it and eat it, with onions and carrots, and save the grease for holiday dressing.

        • Octopus says:

          You should volunteer for one of those hoarding shows, where they pay to come in and take all your extraneous shit away. My God, we accumulate some detritus, in the course of our normal lives! It took two basement floods and a couple of ugly garage sales to clear our basement enough to party and exercise in, after 30 years here. After the flood due to the initial sump pump fail about five years ago, I tossed out boxes of stuff I hadn’t opened since the wife and I moved into our first condo, in ’84. As Carlin said, we have too much damn stuff.

  50. Octopus says:

    I’m with Dave on this one, after watching the cop-cam video. This ex-cop should be doing time for this one.

  51. Octopus says:

    Erections have consequences. Like, SCHWING! 🙂

  52. Octopus says:

    I can’t wait for Barron to start tweeting. 😆

  53. Octopus says:

    Keep calling them out, President Trump. 🙂

    • Bunk X says:

      I want her to be my dental hygienist.

      • Octopus says:

        I need my head to be on one of those pillows, if they’re going to be scraping my gums bloody. Where is the love, ADA?!

        • Bunk X says:

          Q. Where were these girls when I was young, willing and able, and why didn’t I take advantage of them?

          A1. They were out of my price range.
          A2. They existed in a different dimension.
          A3: I was blind.
          A4: I recognized danger.
          A5: I did.

          Correct answer is A1.

    • Octopus says:

      Warning: She’s a redheaded woman. Therefore, certifiably insane. 😯

      Worth the risk? Your call.

      • Bunk X says:

        The smell of fertile humus after a spring rain, the slight aroma of Annie Green Springs combined with a wisp of gunpowder emanating from the front porch…
        Better think about this one. Maybe better to wait until dark.

  54. Octopus says:

    Bewbs for the mid-day, slow-loading sidebar win. This is what happens when we don’t have football on a snowy day. 🙂

  55. Octopus says:

    “It was a mistake.”


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  57. Octopus says:

    Yes, indeed. Can she and Taleeb Starkes have their own nightly show?

  58. Octopus says:

    I had visions of my girls becoming little badasses like this one — as mentioned above, they eschewed the formal martial arts training. You win some, you lose some.

    • Bunk X says:

      Both our kids were trained, both earned 7th degree black belts. Neither one bragged about it, then Bunkessa told us that awards were coming up, so the missus and I attended the ceremony. Bunkessa was awarded the status of Sensei and my jaw dropped.

      • Octopus says:

        Holy crap, am I jelly. Some of my best memories were made in the crazy TKD gym with Grandmaster Shim and his top minions. I had seen him smashing ice-blocks with his head on ABC Wide World Of Sports as a kid, long before I was looking to find a good karate school, and he had framed scenes from that appearance on the wall at his main dojo in Detroit where we put in 4-hour workouts on Sundays. The sport saved me from myself in my late-20’s, and what I learned there, I never forgot. Shim was never about being a badass fighter, though he obviously was one, but he was mainly interested in building character.

  59. Octopus says:

    I am Archie, now. 🙂

  60. Bunk X says:

    Clean sidebar sweep by Octo noted. Kudos are in odor.

    • Octopus says:

      Then-kew, then-kew. And now, some nice clean sweeping bellydancing, before I return to teh new seasoning of “Shameless,” season 8, in which Frank has suddenly cleaned up his act and is trying to make amends. Hilarity has already ensued.

      I had a conversation earlier today with one of my Greek in-laws, talking about the Olde Greektown in Detroit, and the slightly shady establishments that we all knew and loved. The one with the parrot that screeched obscenities at certain types, we used to “joke” were African-American. The one with the belly-dancer named “Sahara,” who was an Arab posing as a Greek, and would occasionally flash a nipple during her performance. She had a great belly, believe me. She didn’t need to flash anything else.

      I was always attracted to the dark-haired, brown-eyed ones. If they had a nice belly, game over. My wife, when I met her…aye caramba! 🙂

  61. Octopus says:

    I would gladly toss Roger Waters into a cage with a bunch of homo-Islamist fatwa-fuckwads, but I still enjoy the old Floyd stuff. Remember that time we dropped acid and waited a couple of hours to start the needle on “The Wall,” after months of reading about what a monstrously great and revolutionary album it was going to be? Okay, it didn’t hold up as well on repeated (and repeated, and repeated until you puked) listens, but it was still a savagely effective and scary piece of music that night. Maybe not as great as “Wish,” but just as innovative. We were never that young again. Or as high. 😆

    I loved this cover, I heard the other day:

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  63. Octopus says:

    Have you guys ever seen or heard of this band, Nightwish? I think they do a credible job of covering this theatrical staple. The lead singer is quite compelling, in her own way. I hope they stay together and make lots of great music. I think they could handle “Ring of the Nibelungs,” for instance.

  64. Octopus says:

    Here’s that “one thin mint,” before I call it a night. Politics be gone, I like both of these artists a lot, and their collaboration on another of my favorite songs was just too much. I remember being a tad verklempt, the first time I watched this one.

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