Happy New Years Eve

May the New Year Be Prosperous
for Mockers and Stalkers Everywhere
and may Charles Johnson continue to provide us with amusement for another twelve months.

121 Comments on “Happy New Years Eve”

  1. ISTE says:

    Yeah. Happy New Year.

    Let us all celebrate the fact we are one year closer to death.

    ( I am amazed I lasted this long ) 🙂

    • windbag says:

      I mostly, sort of tried to take care of myself, but time and gravity take their toll. If I had known everything would fail anyway, I’d have revved the engine a lot harder than I did when I was a younger guy. Happy New Year.

      • Octopus says:

        It gets harder and harder to stay healthy and fit, but we’re giving it the old college try. The motivation just isn’t what it used to be, for one thing. Everything tastes great, too. Including craft beer, good whiskey and Christmas cookies. 🙂

  2. Pakimon says:

    Mmmmmm… Fresh thread smell.

    Almost as good as new car smell. 😆

    • ISTE says:

      It ain’t going to smell so good soon. Enjoy it while you can.

      I have had a beer and Bunk is going to wake up shortly from his afternoon 10 hour nap.

      I am also going to poke a stick in the hornets’ nest over at Blogmocracy.

      Notice I got the punctuation correct. Hornet’s means belonging to one hornet. Hornets’ means belonging to more than one hornet.

      Bzzzzzzzzzzzz 🙂

      • Bunk X says:

        Woke up to piss and saw this.
        Happy New Year’s Eve to you, too.
        Now I’ll flush, wash my hands and go back to sleep.

        • ISTE says:

          Why do you was your hands after taking a piss? I learned at a very early age not to piss on my fingers.

          • Octopus says:

            Just a quick rinse after a wee, just in case a drop of urine got frisky. At a public lavatory, you have to do it or everyone thinks you’re some kind of sick animal. At work, especially.

          • Bunk X says:

            I cup my hands so I don’t splatter piss all over the floor and the toilet. Duh.

          • Abu Golf Nut says:

            Um, I’m a fully wash after every trip to the bathroom. Except on the golf course when nature calls. Maybe I’ll put wipes in my bag next year.

            Happy New Year to everyone here.

  3. rightymouse says:

    Happy New Year’s Eve!!!

  4. rightymouse says:

    Am looking for a pointed stick to jab in my eyes.

    • Pakimon says:

      Did you know that if you name something “Charles Johnson”, people will think it’s either a Ginger Chuck or a large turd sporting a ponytail? 😆

    • Minnowredux says:

      I couldn’t care less.

    • Octopus says:

      But what if it’s a shiny green button, Fatass? 🙄

      His occasional attempts to come off as a code-geek are truly pathetic. Nobody, but nobody, gives a flying cowflop.

  5. rightymouse says:

    Am going to roast a lovely Delmonico roast tonight for dinner. Tomorrow we’re scheduled to go to a BFF’s house & I’ll take my potstickers. 🙂

  6. rightymouse says:

    Forget it, Fatso. You’re nobody to them.

  7. Octopus says:

    It’s so cute when the Old Gray Lady (no, not Shrillary — the other failure) trots out a RINO-assdouche to lecture people about how, despite his accomplishments, “he’s just not our sort, Buffy.” To which I can only reply by pointing to Pakimog’s “Schadenboner” cartoon, and laughing like a diabolical cartoon villain. MUHAHAHAH, and whatnot.

    Opinion | OP-ED COLUMNIST
    Why I’m Still a NeverTrumper
    Bret Stephens
    Bret Stephens DEC. 29, 2017

    Many conservatives have decided that the best way to deal with Trump’s personality is to pretend it doesn’t matter. Credit Zach Gibson for The New York Times
    Tax cuts. Deregulation. More for the military; less for the United Nations. The Islamic State crushed in its heartland. Assad hit with cruise missiles. Troops to Afghanistan. Arms for Ukraine. A tougher approach to North Korea. Jerusalem recognized as Israel’s capital. The Iran deal decertified. Title IX kangaroo courts on campus condemned. Yes to Keystone. No to Paris. Wall Street roaring and consumer confidence high.

    And, of course, Neil Gorsuch on the Supreme Court. What, for a conservative, is there to dislike about this policy record as the Trump administration rounds out its first year in office?

    That’s the question I keep hearing from old friends on the right who voted with misgiving for Donald Trump last year and now find reasons to like him. I admit it gives me pause. I agree with every one of the policy decisions mentioned above. But I still wish Hillary Clinton were president.

    How does that make sense? Can I still call myself conservative?

    The answer depends on your definition. Here’s one I’ve always liked: “The central conservative truth is that it is culture, not politics, that determines the success of a society,” said the late Daniel Patrick Moynihan. To which he added: “The central liberal truth is that politics can change a culture and save it from itself.”

    Conservatives used to believe in their truth. Want to “solve” poverty? All the welfare dollars in the world won’t help if two-parent families aren’t intact. Want to foster democracy abroad? It’s going to be rough going if too many voters reject the foundational concept of minority rights.

    And want to preserve your own republican institutions? Then pay attention to the character of your leaders, the culture of governance and the political health of the public. It matters a lot more than lowering the top marginal income tax rate by a couple of percentage points.

    This is the fatal mistake of conservatives who’ve decided the best way to deal with Trump’s personality — the lying, narcissism, bullying, bigotry, crassness, name calling, ignorance, paranoia, incompetence and pettiness — is to pretend it doesn’t matter. “Character Doesn’t Count” has become a de facto G.O.P. motto. “Virtue Doesn’t Matter” might be another.

    But character does count, and virtue does matter, and Trump’s shortcomings prove it daily.

    Maybe you think the Russia investigation is much ado about nothing. Yet Trump brought it on himself every step of the way, from firing James Comey after the former F.B.I. director wouldn’t swear fealty, to (potentially) admitting to obstruction of justice with that tweet about Mike Flynn’s firing. Or maybe you regret the failure to repeal Obamacare. But that had something to do with the grotesque insults Trump lobbed at John McCain, the man whose “nay” vote sank repeal.

    Look at every other administration embarrassment (Scaramucci) or failure (the wall, and Mexico paying for it) or disgrace (the Charlottesville equivocation). Responsibility invariably lies with the president’s intemperance and dishonesty. That puts Republican control of Congress in play. It also risks permanently alienating a millennial generation for which the G.O.P. will forever be the party of the child-molesting sore loser and the president who endorsed him.

    Now look at the culture of governance. Trump demands testimonials from his cabinet, servility from Republican politicians and worship from conservative media. To serve in this White House isn’t to be elevated to public service. It’s to be debased into toadyism, which probably explains the record-setting staff turnover of 34 percent, according to an analysis from the Brookings Institution.

    In place of presidential addresses, stump speeches or town halls, we have Trump’s demagogic mass rallies. In place of the usual jousting between the administration and the press, we have a president who fantasizes on Twitter about physically assaulting CNN. In place of a president who defends the honor and integrity of his own officers and agencies, we have one who humiliates his attorney general, denigrates the F.B.I. and compares our intelligence agencies to the Gestapo.

    Trump is normalizing all this; he is, to borrow another Moynihan phrase, “defining deviancy down.” A president who supposedly wants to put a wall between the U.S. and Latin America has imported a style of politics reminiscent of the cults of Juan Perón and Hugo Chávez.

    Conservatives may suppose that they can pocket policy gains from a Trump administration while the stain of his person will eventually wash away. But as a (pro-Trump) friend wrote me the other day, “presidents empower cultures.” Trump is empowering a conservative political culture that celebrates everything that patriotic Americans should fear: the cult of strength, open disdain for truthfulness, violent contempt for the Fourth Estate, hostility toward high culture and other types of “elitism,” a penchant for conspiracy theories and, most dangerously, white-identity politics.

    This won’t end with Trump. It may have only begun with him. And Trump’s supporters may wind up proving both sides of Moynihan’s contention: not just that culture is what matters most, but that politics can still change it — in this case, much for the worse.

  8. Octopus says:

    That’s so precious! 😆

    “If only we had elected Shrillary, The Screeching Harpy! Things would be so much better.”

    ….in HELL!!

    • Octopus says:



      • rightymouse says:

        She was really losing it by then in the election.

        • Octopus says:

          There’s a great compilation of her worst public moments on the Youtube, but I think I’ve already posted it about five times. Just know it’s there, and it’s FABULOUS! 😆

          • rightymouse says:

            I enjoy election night youtube videos. Every moonbat station journo had her winning by a landslide. Watching their BS disintegrate was, and still is, delicious. 😆

          • Octopus says:

            I know! It never gets old, watching the TV-maroons slowly absorb the reality of the moment. Our local news people are very lefty, and were openly dismissive of Trump’s chances, laffing and making rude comments right up until the point where the exit-polls turned truthy. It was so great, clicking around that evening. My wife and I were beside ourselves. 😆

          • gizbot7 says:

            This is pretty funny too.

    • Arachne says:

      No we didn’t see the WORST people in America rise to prominence.
      You and Olberdork and the Bubble Show host are still irrelevant.

  9. Octopus says:


  10. Octopus says:

    JFC, indeed. 😆

    Chunky sees anything about Trump that isn’t accusing him of rape, murder or worse as “normalizing” him. Life is hard, when you’re this much of a doody-head.

  11. Octopus says:

    I knew Olbie would be unable to maintain his “no-politics” position on Twitter. 😆

  12. Octopus says:

    Normalizing!!1! 😆

    @ASlavitt @nytimes After all the heated criticism of that last interview with Trump, it’s as if they’re saying, “Yo… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…
    33 minutes ago
    @ASlavitt @nytimes Servile New York Times is the worst New York Times.
    36 minutes ago

  13. Octopus says:


    Remember when Chunky declared Nekama’s Troll Hammer “a work of genius?” Just imagine how such a truth-missile would be received at the current incarnation of LGF. 😆

  14. Octopus says:

    Oh, please do. I’ll match you shot for shot. 😆

  15. Octopus says:

    You’ve hit the jackpot, Fatass! Now you’re going to be famous and rich again.

    Wait…no. That ship has sailed, and there’s no calling it back to the dock. 😆

  16. Bunk X says:

  17. Octopus says:

    Wait…what? How did you ever predict that, you psychic genius?! 😆

    The killing has begun in Obama’s favorite nuclear-tipped dictatorship. Good work, previous administration.

  18. Octopus says:

    Never. Gets. Old. 😆

  19. Octopus says:

    Have another shot, Chunky! Get it all out. 😆

    • Bunk X says:

      Charles is hoping for a response from rDT oh so much and he’s no gonna get it.

      • Octopus says:

        I know it’s not right to say this, but if only we could engineer a SWAT-response on Chunky’s bunker after/during one of these Trumpy-tantrums. I don’t want him to get shot, but maybe bean-bagged in the balls? 😆

      • Arachne says:

        If I had to hazard a guess, Fatso was muted by Trump a long long time ago and doesn’t even realize it.

        • Bunk X says:

          Charles and a few million others. Think of the crapstorm if Trump started blocking, then un-blocking individual accounts. He could do it repeatedly for the lulz, and Twitter wouldn’t dare cancel his account. 😀

  20. Octopus says:


    Couple of Detroit geniuses decided to steal the copper wire from an electrical substation. And now they are….

    • Bunk X says:

      Same thing happened here a few years ago. Contractor showed up on the jobsite, found the wiring had been yanked, so they rewired. It happened again, so they worked double time over the weekend, powered up the building.
      Monday morning they found a crispy critter.

      • Octopus says:

        I mean, I can understand stripping the copper from an abandoned house. It makes sense. If I was a drug-craving street weasel, I’d be all over it. But an electrical substation, with warning signs all over the joint, you have to cut through two fences to enter? Dudes! 😆

  21. Octopus says:

    This is shocking, shocking I tell ya!

    286. ENTERTAINMENT LAWYER 12/28 **#3**
    Earlier this year, this one named permanent A list icon publicly offered to house displaced people. She made a very big deal about it. Apparently an organization got in touch with her people and said they had about a dozen families that could use help. The icon went radio silent on them and never helped anyone. Cher https://www.cbsnews.com/news/cher-offers-dreamers-sanctuary/

  22. Octopus says:

    289. ENTERTAINMENT LAWYER 12/28 **#6**
    This foreign born one named permanent A list singer doesn’t seem at all worried about all those vacations with the family on the coast of France. You know, the ones where he would hit on the friends of his kids. Lots of touching and offering to rub lotion, etc. He was a known lecher/groper, but probably will get away with it because that country doesn’t seem to be doing anything similar to this country about the problem. At some point they will and he will probably not feel so smug. Bono https://www.seesainttropez.com/famous/bono-u2-frontman-683443

    I just knew it! 😆

  23. Octopus says:

    Dude, nobody thinks that. No species lives forever. We’re building the engines of our own destruction most ricky-tick, at MIT and other centers of super-smart peoples.

    • Bunk X says:

      Replace the word “its” with “my” in Gusano’s tweet and it all makes sense.

      • Octopus says:

        Ah, yes. It does make sense now.

        I expect to live long enough to see these robots running people down and making them stop whatever activity the robots are programmed to control, in my lifetime. In fact, I will enjoy watching this show, on “Robot Cops.” 🙂

        I think it will take another hundred years or so for the robots to take over completely, by which time I will be long gone. Hey, Wayfuture Robots! Fuck you!

    • Chunk is stuck on his couch and can't get ! up!! says:

      BD is owned by Google. Since I’m an investment genius my daughter’s UGMA accounts are Google stock. And most my retirement account is tech stock mutual funds comprised mostly of Google, Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, et cet… So I stand to profit handsomely from the coming robot enslavement 🙂

  24. Octopus says:

    Gus jumping into this line of idiocy from Ygreasyass is just precious. 😆

    Funny thread! 😆

  25. Octopus says:

    I believe I mentioned last night that the new season of “Black Mirror” was out on Netflix. I downloaded it last night, and watched the first episode tonight with the fam. It’s a Star Trek joint, and I loved it. YMMV.

  26. ISTE says:

    Happy New Year!!!!!

    The new year is a time to make resolutions. I have a long list of things I must change in my life.

    My list of things to change.

    1, I will change my socks every couple of days instead of once a week.

    2, I will clean the bathroom every week instead of once every six months.

    3, I will stop looking at pictures of Melania Trump and having naughty thoughts.

    4, I will stop drinking the cheapest beer Walmart sells.

    5, I will start eating salad.

    The list goes on……

    Most importantly I set myself a goal, a starting date to change my way of life.

    1st January 2019

  27. Pakimon says:

    Happy New Year to all my fellow stalkers and stalkerettes!

    May this New Year be chock full o’ raging schadenboners and schadensplooshes and outraged shrieks and squeals from our favorite Corpulent Ponytailed Sniveling Dickhead! 😀

  28. Pakimon says:

    What Chunkles is really looking forward to is eating the first “Family Sized” bag of Cheetos of 2018.

  29. Octopus says:

    “I got a delivery for Fatass McDumbth, from the Government Surplus Cheetos Warehouse. I need you to come to the door and sign for it.”

  30. Pakimon says:

    TRANSLATION: I’m going to butt-chug four 2 liter Mountain Dews instead of the usual two. 😆

  31. Octopus says:

    This twit-spasm from Teleskiguy that Chunky retweeted is very illustrative of the breed. 😆

    Classy people you hang with, Chunky. 😆

    • rightymouse says:

      It’s channeling Fatass as well… 😆

      • Bunk X says:

        Teleskiguy Vogel is a regular over in The Swamp. He’s the new Obdicut.

        • Octopus says:

          Those are some big clown shoes to fill. Don’t trip on the stairs, buddy!

          • Bunk X says:

          • Octopus says:

            I can only assume that Last War, The Freshwater Armageddon, will occur in and around the Great Lakes. I’m ready for it. Did some power yoga this morning to loosen up. 😆

    • Pakimon says:

      Fuckface Von Clownstick?

      Never heard of him.

      Oh wait… he must be of the Culver City Clownsticks. 😆

      • Octopus says:

        That’s an oldie but still unfunny. 😐

      • Chunk is stuck on the couch and can't get up! says:

        Ah yes. Delightfully unwitty!

  32. Pakimon says:

    Jersey Fried Chicken? 😆

  33. Octopus says:

    Gus going very deep, again…

    Oh, WOW, man! You just blew my mind. 😆

    • Bunk X says:

      *inhales* *holds it* *exhales slowly*
      The sun orbits the earth as well but with less drama.
      *passes bong back to Gus*

      • Octopus says:

        Du-u-u-u-u-u-u-u-de!!1! 😯

        But what if…think about it…the MOON is really the Prime Orbiter, and days are actually measured by lunar cycles. Whoa! *exhales*

  34. Octopus says:

    This meme still amuses me. 😆

    • Chunk is stuck on his couch and can't get ! up!! says:

      Ya! At that age you assumed you had a bouncing baby butt New Year girl available to you every year. Hey dude. Love the one you’re with.

  35. Octopus says:


    If there was any real journalism left in the MSM besides Fox (sometimes), this story would be one of the biggest scandals of the year. I mean, there’s a lot of competition for that title, but this would be a strong contender. The Left is still crowing about Trump being a gropy rapist, with zero evidence.

  36. Octopus says:

    Bernie Sanders, the richest socialist in captivity, beclowned himself yet again trying to attack the overwhelmingly-popular (with real Americans) tax-cuts.


    Economics is vewwy hard. 😆

  37. Octopus says:

    Here’s a great big steaming pile of Journolizm: http://www.newsweek.com/how-trump-nazis-stole-christmas-promote-white-nationalism-755991

    They just can’t stand it, Trump being President. That he’s been so successful is just too much for them to bear. 😆 😆

  38. Octopus says:

    Even Gus sees what Reuters is up to. 😆

  39. Octopus says:

    Michigan’s becoming the only B1G team to lose in this bowl season. OMG, the things I’ve seen this year on the football field. 😆

  40. Octopus says:

    Who would have ever thought this lying scumbag would be a viciously sexist a-hole? 😆

    This story is even uglier than I imagined. What a bastard. 😯


    • Chunk is stuck on his couch and can't get ! up!! says:

      Michelle Malkin said he leered at her when she was on his show.

  41. Chunk is stuck on his couch and can't get ! up!! says:

    @Medium Cernovich is currently engaged in an all-out effort to make himself look like a legitimate journalist, whil… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…
    3 hours ago

    Hmmmm. Sound like a certain cut and paster who takes credit for the work of others we’ve known for over a decade?

  42. Bunk X says:

    Dang. Tom Rehme was our family attorney for three generations – my grandparents, my parents and my siblings and I. Very personable guy, can’t imagine how he could get involved with something like this, unless he was a patsy.

    • Octopus says:

      He knew what he was doing, as an experienced attorney. Sorry to see your good faith in legal eagles’ integrity undermined. 😉