Would You Be Comfortable With Charles F. Johnson Sleeping On An Inflatable Mattress In Your Living Room?

Nope. Didn’t think so.

[Original graph source here. h/t Octo.]


280 Comments on “Would You Be Comfortable With Charles F. Johnson Sleeping On An Inflatable Mattress In Your Living Room?”

  1. Octopus says:

    I hate to appear intolerant, but I would not allow the corpulent schweinhundt to sleep in my living room. I’d let him stay one night in the garage, though.

    • Abu penis thrice with an lol says:

      Can he wash his huge undies in your dishwasher?
      / threw up in my mouth

      • Octopus says:

        He’s not allowed anywhere near the kitchen, or the house for that matter. The door to the garage locks securely.

  2. Octopus says:

    Further to Gus’s moaning about it being Sunday last night…

  3. Octopus says:


    Well, if he was running in one of the true-blue California counties, he’d have a pretty good shot. 😆

    Which raises the question, why hasn’t he been shot?

  4. Octopus says:

    Chunky’s Twitter-pals are freaking hilarious! 😆

    • Arachne says:

      Eddie has over 19K tweets and less than 200 followers.
      Stupid statements like that explains why…..

      • Octopus says:

        B-b-b-b-ut, they should have had anti-aircraft batteries all around, to shoot down any hijacked planes that might kami-kalling. I’m Eddie, and I’m smart. I can handle things.

  5. Octopus says:

    GM exec pulls a Chunky in the first turn at Detroit Gran Prix.

    He’ll never live this down. 😆

  6. Octopus says:

    Young sociopath gets lesson in manners. 😆

  7. rightymouse says:

    The Supreme Court backs baker, not gay couple. Good! Liberal heads will explode. 😆


  8. rightymouse says:

    Maxine Waters really packed them in at her latest event. 😆 mostly empty room & her tweet got 12 whole retweets. 😆

  9. icarus7 says:

    Folks! Chuck’s been spotted!

  10. windbag says:

    Who’s ready for some incredible ukulele music? Seriously. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0wzsE67O5tE

  11. Minnow says:

    Is it just me, or does Stormy Daniels look about ten years past her “freshness date”???

    Why do some people refuse to accept who they are?

    (and Charles, in your case, accept that they were never anyone…. asshole.)

  12. Dezez157 says:

    Yes Chuck, we heard you the 1st 1500 times.

    • Octopus says:

      So, the impeachment is nigh? This time, it’s really happening?


    • Arachne says:

      No they’re not, Fatso. You so want to believe your buddies in the MSM but they are selling you dopes a bill of goods. Mueller has NOTHING. And if the Democrats don’t retake the House and Senate in November, it will be amazing to you how fast this ignorant clown wraps up his so-called investigation.

  13. Bunk X says:

    Tony Villar, aka Antonio Villaraigos, ex-LA Mayor is running in 3rd place for goobernator and has to bump his polling data.


    • Bunk X says:

      Apparently it didn’t work. Both Cox and Allen pulled ahead. That means a run-off between socialist Gavin Newsom and John Cox. That’s gonna bring out the GOP vote in November.

  14. Minnow says:


    Melania was seen in public!!!

    I also had heard that the Japanese are coming……

    oh. wow.

    Impeach the Bastard…….

  15. Octopus says:

    Boys Will Be Boys Dept. — https://www.dailydot.com/debug/barbie-power-wheels-dirt-bike-engine/

    “This thing wants to kill me. I’ve already almost died three times in it.”


  16. Octopus says:


    I had no idea the Communist Sandinistas were back in power and still killing people opposed to their Stalinist regime. I must have been distracted in recent years by…stuff.

  17. Octopus says:

    Con Artist Extraordinaire Elon Musk is trying to distract people from his failing sparky-car boondoggle with, of all things, flamethrowers. In wildfire-afflicted California, he’s selling flamethrowers. No, really. Never mind that you can make your own for $5 with a Supersoaker squirt gun and any flame-source, and a piece of duct-tape. 😆


    • OLT's Ring Given Freely says:

      From another article at your source


      “Mayor Fouts remains unconvinced.

      “If our own military doesn’t use it and it’s been banned by the Geneva Convention then why would someone think this should be sold to the general public?” he added. “I think it’s too risky to gamble with people’s lives. I can’t think of something more horrific than to burn somebody alive, and that’s what this would do.””

      So the mayor is saying whatever the military uses should be sold to the general public?

      LOL. I bet he’s a Dem.

      • Octopus says:

        Read the official military account of the battle for Okinawa recently, in all its horrific wonders. The flame-thrower was key to cleaning out the mazes of tunnels the Japs had dug themselves into all over the island, just as they had on Iwo Jima, only more so. “Shake and bake” was a common term the soldiers had for the process, which must have made a few vets chuckle (or wince) when it was adopted to sell a different product later.

  18. Octopus says:


    • OLT's Ring Given Freely says:

      They’ve all been in their own little reality for years now.

      What’s changed?

  19. Octopus says:

    Mm-kay. This is a look not many can pull off.

  20. rightymouse says:

    Gussy’s asking for Fatso’s wrath! 😯

    • OLT's Ring Given Freely says:

      Then he answered himself with this jewel!

      “Especially given the never ending stock of sanctimonious ideologues that think they’re the greatest gift to the world.”


  21. ISTE says:

    Tuesday evening in Houston and it is cooling down.

    No pictures or a video for this one!

    At 5:30pm it is 96F or 35.5C for you foreigners in England.

    Boris just came home, he was panting like a dog as he has been doing this last few days when he comes in. Never seen a cat do that before.

    He firstly eats some dry cat food, ( not much ) then growls and howls for cat treats ( he eats lots )

    I know the routine, he is going to be very thirsty. When he comes home the first thing I do is make sure he has lots of clean, fresh and cool water. I look after my friends.

    I flush the toilet. 🙂

  22. Octopus says:

    Beautiful here the past couple of days, sunny and breezy, low-humidity, high around 70. This is the sweet spot, for human comfort in the out of doors. 🙂

  23. Octopus says:

    • ISTE says:

      That Madison Rising video is DISGUSTING!

      When the national anthem is being played you stand, you remain still, you do not speak, but you may sing along and you put your right hand on your heart.

      None of them did that, in fact the drummer was even sitting down and acting like he was Animal from the Muppets.

      Disgraceful and disrespectful to the Anthem.

      • Octopus says:

        Okay. 😆

        • ISTE says:

          Just kind of letting people here be aware of what an alien immigrant knows about these things.

          When the American National Anthem plays I stand still, I do not speak and I hold BOTH hands by my side.

          No right hand on my heart, I am not an American citizen.

          Also the flag code.

          Before Memorial Day the Stars and Stripes flags were placed at the side of the road whenever you entered a certain township. They were real flags, about 3ft by 2ft

          I asked ” Those flags, are they removed at night? ”

          Answer was ” No, they will be there all Memorial Day weekend”

          I was not happy with the answer. The Flag if displayed at night should be properly lit. Otherwise taken down at dusk.

          I think it is true that first generation immigrants to the USA know more about the USA than people born here.

  24. Octopus says:

    Chunky retweets this glurge…

    • Minnow says:

      I think it is the elevated level of education that the Chunkster possesses that allows him to understand and interact with the world in this way….

      I seen that in a couple of other GED types….

    • Arachne says:

      Fatso doesn’t get it. The Eagles were attempting an “end around” and were planning to embarrass Trump by showing up with essentially the coaching staff and the mascot. Trump found out somehow and basically said “fuck you – we’ll have our own celebration.”

      You know, these selfish shitbags don’t get it. Their kids would have had the once in a lifetime experience of being GUESTS at the White House. They won’t get that. And I seriously doubt any of you will win a Super Bowl again and if you do, no one will give a shit.

      But I personally loved the “thanks to Trump, we won’t be able to do these good charitable works that we were gonna do in D.C.”

      Hold it. So….does that mean the team WAS planning to show up in DC but not go to the White House to snub the President publicly? So how does uninviting them change their ability to do all those “good works.”

  25. Bunk X says:

    The California Election Results are fun. Looks like Maxine Waters is gonna keep spouting stupid


  26. Octopus says:

    Speaking of gubmint overreach, do you think Chunky needs to start worrying about this? How about usses? 😉


    Kind of scary, when you think about it. I mean, what could go wrong? 😯

  27. Octopus says:


    I think this guy has a pretty good case, and I can definitely understand how the marriage could suffer serious damage from such a betrayal. Not that I use the blue bombers myself, but if I did, I can think of several good reasons to keep it a secret. Only one of them involves philandering.

    • Pakimon says:

      Now Chunkles has another thing to have nightmares about besides clamping reptiles that thrash about wildly… 😆

    • rightymouse says:

      So sad. 😦

    • Bunk X says:

      Exactly. If you have a penis, do not swim in the ocean because things with razor-sharp teeth lurk below the surface. They want to eat it, and if they do, you’ll never get it back.

  28. Octopus says:


    Hollywood is a rancid whore, and Michigan had a mercifully brief romance with her during the last failed Democrat governorship. The Left here is still whining about all the “great TV and movie jobs lost because of mean nerd Snyder,” who balanced the budget and has done all kinds of good things that will never be reported by the MSM who blamed him personally for the Flint Water Debacle OMFG. I fully expect the next governor to be a horrible liberal, but maybe we’ll be spared if the same folks who support Trump come out to the polls.

  29. Octopus says:


    Reading through a week or two of our fine President’s tweets is very good entertainment. He’s killing it! Chunky and his socialist pals are shrieking with rage after every tweet, too — what could be better? 😆

  30. Dezez157 says:

    I think this rated a report to twitter and law enforcement.

  31. Octopus says:


    I shudder to think of what Gus has run into behind Safeway on a Saturday night. 😯

  32. Octopus says:

    The incredible lameness of Colbert never ceases to amaze. Goes full-racist here, for no reason. Not funny. Preaching to the Idiot Choir, for applause instead of laughs.

  33. Octopus says:

    Chunky? Is that you?

  34. Octopus says:

    June 6.

  35. rightymouse says:

    Got this from a friend today. 😆

    A blond city girl named Amy marries a Wisconsin farmer.

    One morning, on his way out to check on the cows, the farmer says to her,

    ‘The artificial insemination man is coming over to impregnate one of our cows today, so I drove a nail
    into the 2 by 4 just above the cow’s stall in the barn. Please show him where the cow is when he gets here, OK?’

    The farmer leaves for the fields. After a while, the artificial insemination man arrives and knocks on the front door.

    Amy takes him down to the barn. They walk along the row of cows and when Amy sees the nail,
    she tells him, ‘This is the one right here.’

    The man, assuming he is dealing with an airhead blond, asks, ‘Tell me lady, ’cause I’m dying to know.
    How would you know this is the right cow to be bred?’

    ‘That’s simple,” she said. “By the nail that’s over its stall,’ she explains very confidently.

    Laughing rudely at her, the man says, ‘And what, pray tell, is the nail for?’

    Amy turns to walk away and says sweetly over her shoulder……

    ‘I guess it’s to hang your pants on.’

  36. ISTE says:

    A very fishy and incomplete story.


    A pizza delivery guy was sent to a Brooklyn Army base to drop off food — but wound up being arrested by immigration agents for deportation.

    Pablo Villavicencio, an undocumented immigrant from Ecuador, went to the Fort Hamilton base to drop off catering Friday — but says he was detained by military police when a guard asked for more identification than his IDNYC card.

    “I was delivering food to the military base and they detained me, I have been there before and always go in and never have had any problems, they actually know me and the sergeant knows me for some time doing delivery,” Villavicencio told The Post over the phone from immigration detention Wednesday.

    “Last Friday there was a different security guard and he told me I needed to go get another pass to enter. And I proceeded to do that. A tall man with dark skin started to ask me many questions, he asked me about why I didn’t have any social security card.”

    “He called the NYPD and the NYPD told him I didn’t have any record that I was clean. But the man said ‘I don’t care,’ he said I need to keep waiting and he called ICE,” Villavicencio continued.

    A base spokeswoman says Villavicencio was directed to obtain a daily pass when he couldn’t produce a Department of Defense ID — but when he signed a waiver for a background check, “an active Immigration and Customs Enforcement warrant was discovered on file.”

    A US Immigration and Customs Enforcement spokeswoman says Villavicencio has been an “ICE fugitive” since 2010, when a judge ordered him to leave the country.

    Villavicencio is married to an American citizen and the Long Island couple have two young daughters. He has applied for a green card — but is now slated for deportation within days, his wife said.
    “It’s cruel that they’re going to separate my daughters from him. He’a supporting the family and now I’m going to be by myself with them,” said Sandra Chica, who works part-time as a medical assistant.

    A manager at Nonna’s Deli in Queens, where Villavicencio works, said “he was a great worker,” but wouldn’t comment further.

    On Wednesday, Bay Ridge Councilman Justin Brannan and Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams held a press conference with Chica where they demanded Villavicencio’s release .

    “Is our city or our nation any safer now that Pablo the pizza delivery man is off the streets? It’s insane — the message it sends is scary and ridiculous,” said Brannan.

    Key information is missing. The article states

    Villavicencio has been an “ICE fugitive” since 2010

    But when did he marry the US citizen?


    He has applied for a green card

    When did he apply? From memory it took about four months from my application to getting mine.

    So, if he got married after his deportation order in 2010 then fuck him. Send him back to Ecuador.

    Charge his wife with aiding and abetting and harboring an illegal alien.

    Green cards, I am proud to be an expert on them.

    Photographed, fingerprinted and FBI background check ( laughing and they made me pay for all of it ) plus a full medical, TB tests and vaccinations for everything you could imagine.

    Fuck illegals!

    • ISTE says:

      And fuck blockquotes!!!!!!!!!!! 🙂

      Did the post preview option vanish?

    • KGB says:

      As someone else who’s navigated the Byzantine green card process, on behalf of my wife, I have no sympathy for anyone who’s here illegally. None. Do it the right way or fuck back off to wherever you’re from.

      • rightymouse says:

        Amen! The sense of arrogant entitlement from certain groups of people is astounding!

  37. Octopus says:

    Dis what I’m into naow. Deal.

  38. Bunk X says:

    Police made a sweep of our house today, according to the Missus. They found no criminals under the bed.

    • Bunk X says:

      They didn’t find the cache of XXXXXXXX either.

      • Octopus says:

        I think they’re coming for me, today. Saw a suspicious-looking “DTE” van lurking on the street yesterday, with “repairmen” pretending to work on some “underground power cables.”

        I’d better hide the ditchweed! And my assault rifle, that looks like a common 30-30 Winchester, and might be registered to my brother, who gave it to me 25 years ago when he was moving to Okinawa as a Navy intern doctor. Never asked for it back, so in the closet it stays, until the gun-grabbers get here.

  39. Octopus says:

    The olde reprobate is 70. My my my.

    • Bunk X says:

      Dad had more Aerosmith albums than I did. I never got around to asking him why.

      • Bunk X says:

        “Big Ten Inch Record” was my favorite song on that album, and it was years before I realized that it was a cover of Bull Moose Jackson’s recording from 1952.

        • Bunk X says:

          No innuendo there…

          • Octopus says:

            Classic innuendo! Great cover. Even I got the joke, back in high school. 😆

            Congrats to Tyler on still being alive. Nobody would have bet on that, back when he and Joe Perry were known as “The Toxic Twins.”

  40. Octopus says:


    Haven’t seen Fatass talking about Soros’ big fails in Cali — he just keeps promising “The End Is Nigh” for Trump and his “gang,” and then Trump keeps winning bigly. How could one person be so wrong about everything?

    “Wishful thinking” doesn’t begin to cover this kind of bubbleicious delusion. 😆

  41. Octopus says:

    Meanwhile, Gus is still raging against the Leftist Machine. When will he tweet his “Why I Parted Ways With The Idiot-Left”-screed? Or will he go back to trashing conservatives by Saturday? 😆

    Had enough of the goody two shoes bullshit.
    2 hours ago
    Fuck your “clean campaign.”
    2 hours ago
    Less than 27% of Americans elected Trump. Get back to me in the morning, Ryan. twitter.com/ryanstruyk/sta…
    2 hours ago
    I walked into the wrong party.
    3 hours ago
    Good leftists know that the only religion you can attack is the Christian religion. Short of that they like to atta… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
    3 hours ago
    It’s not colonialism that’s holding you back. It’s your lack of discipline and ability.
    3 hours ago
    Keep whining about colonialism because you have no talents.
    3 hours ago
    Start whining about some former American president. Whatever.
    3 hours ago
    Say some bullshit about imperialism. Like a good leftist.
    3 hours ago
    3 hours ago

    It’s almost like he’s bitching himself out, here. Is he on the verge of a major epiphany?

    • rightymouse says:

      Wouldn’t an epiphany be awesome??? He could start the process by getting a job.

  42. Octopus says:


    Money Quote: “As man continues to chase Science…”

    Once again, Settled Science proves very unsettling. Run!

  43. Octopus says:

    Tattoos are often regretted. 😆

    • rightymouse says:

      This is a tattoo? Yikes! 😯

    • Bunk X says:

      Where did you find that? I mean the website. Okay, the website AND the body part.
      In the not-too-distant future, ink like that will be animated.

      • Octopus says:

        I just googled “Hillary tattoo,” and up came this and many other gems. Like this ass-douche on SNL:


  44. Octopus says:


    This is so great. 🙂

    Now why isn’t she just bitter and hateful, like most of the Left?

    • rightymouse says:

      When the Mueller mess is put to rest & POTUS is cleared to replace Sessions with someone who has a set of balls, I suspect Hillary & Obama will get good criminal attorneys. A person can hope, right?

  45. rightymouse says:

    Another joke from a friend. 😆
    A young woman brought her fiancé home to meet her parents. After dinner, her
    mother told the girl’s father to find out about the young man.
    The father invited the fiancé to his study for a talk.
    “So, what are your plans?” the father asked the young man.
    “I am a biblical scholar,” he replied.
    “A biblical scholar, hmmm?” the father said. “Admirable, but what will you
    do to provide a nice house for my daughter to live in?”
    “I will study,” the young man replied, “and God will provide for us.”
    “And how will you buy her a beautiful engagement ring, such as she
    deserves?” asked the father.
    “I will concentrate on my studies,” the young man replied, “God will provide
    for us.”
    “And children?” asked the father. “How will you support children?”
    “Don’t worry, sir, God will provide,” replied the fiancé.
    The conversation proceeded like this…and each time the father questioned,
    the young idealist insisted that God would provide.
    Later, the mother asked, “How did your talk go, honey?”
    The father answered, “another Democrat, He has no job, he has no plans, and he thinks I’m

  46. rightymouse says:

    Kids will be kids. POTUS will probably just roll his eyes or laugh. Come on! Who cares if you’re gay? 😆


    • Octopus says:

      As if Trump could give a crap! 😆

      These idiots on the Left…all they have are their cartoons about Trump, drawn by other idiots in the bubble. I just hope Trump wishes them all the best, should he be compelled to address them on his favorite social media site. 😆

    • Minnow says:

      I think Trump would view the gratuitous use of innocent children for political gain as more meaningful (and egregious) than the equally gratuitous stunt of kissing your boyfriend….

      Charles, I do not expect you to understand any of this.


      By the way Charles, how’s YOUR boyfriend??

  47. Bunk X says:

  48. Dezez157 says:

    More humor from a window licking moron.

  49. Bunk X says:

    What a slime. Sarah Sanders kicked his ass.

  50. Bunk X says:

    Great point. Why is there not more cave porn?

    • Octopus says:

      One of the great mysteries of history.

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

        That would be funny. Except pterosaurs died out 65 million years ago.

        • Octopus says:

          All birds are descended from dinosaurs, so there would always be dino-bird around for caveman pervs to perseverate about. In other words, keep effin’ that chicken! 😆

  51. Octopus says:
  52. Octopus says:

    Twitter: The Graveyard Of Would-Be Leftist Humorists


  53. Octopus says:

    Justify might be running on another muddy track in the Belmont. I’d like to see him pull it off, but most “experts” say he’s going to lose this one.

    • KGB says:

      I was going to post this very same video today, but, well, you’ve gotta get up pretty early in the morning to beat Octo.

      I’ve watched this race at least 100 times and I still get goose bumps. Turcotte never used the whip and Secretariat just kept running faster and faster and faster. I don’t think his mile and a half time will ever be beaten. And of course, who can forget Chic Anderson’s seminal call of this once-in-a-lifetime event? “He is moving like a tremendous machine!” is probably the greatest line ever uttered by a sports broadcaster.

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

        But on the bright side, Justify’s losing would be a blow to the dark side of the universe.


        • Arachne says:

          I think he’s owned by that white-haired asshole I can’t stand as well. And Lucien Laurin said it best about the Belmont – it is the graveyard for speed horses.

          • Octopus says:

            I think he’s owned by that white-haired asshole I can’t stand as well.

            I’m pretty sure most of them are a-holes, these blueblood Kentucky fortunate sons. I like to pretend the horses know they’re supreme athletes, and want to win for themselves, their forebears, and their descendants. A few of them do seem to understand. 😉

      • Arachne says:

        I don’t know if you’ve ever seen the movie, but if you have a dry eye at the end of the Belmont run scene, you have no soul. His handler’s comments alone…”Lotta track out there today, Red.” and “There you go, Red!” when he turns in the home stretch make me miss that horse so much. (Eddie never called him Secretariat – always called him “Red”.)

        What I didn’t realize is that many people were scared when Secretariat took the lead and ran that fast – they believed there was NO WAY he could sustain it for a mile and a half.

    • Arachne says:

      Nothing will ever replace the Belmont win of Secretariat. No one was even talking about American Pharoah three weeks after the race. Oh, and I think someone did some speed analytics of the race and came to an interesting conclusion – Secretariat was STILL ACCELERATING when he crossed the finish line.

      • Octopus says:

        Seabiscuit and Ruffian also had the X heart.


        Seabiscuit is also a great movie, imho.

        • Octopus says:

          Love this historic match race.

          • Octopus says:

            I forgot to mention, American Pharoah also had the X-Factor heart. Aside from an EKG, the only way to tell if the horse has it is to check out his ears closely — the lucky recipients have slightly longer ears, curled forward at the ends. Check it out.

            “Look at my ears again, and I’m gonna kick ya in the temple.”

            “What he said. Also, I got your Mom by the ears.”

          • Octopus says:

            Justify is a beautiful horse, and a special speed-demon, but he’s going to be up against it Saturday with little rest, a bruised foot and a few fresher horses looking to beat him down. He’s going off as a mild favorite due to his two previous wins, but a lot of skeptical horse-racing fans are looking to make money against him. Me, I hope he gets a nice dry track, and blows away the field. After two mud-runs, he’s earned it.

          • Bunk X says:

            My high school geometry teacher. Mr. Sonenshein, told us that if we passed the next chapter ahead of time we’d have movie day. We did, and he kept his promise.

            We watched that movie, on celluloid 16mm film, and he said there would be a quiz on it.
            “Yeah, right,” we thought.

            The next quiz was all about Seabiscuit and the 1938 Kentucky Derby.

            Mr. Sonenshein knew how to keep our attention.

  54. Octopus says:


    Kind of an SJW appraisal, but I love the old comics ads. I remember the one for the pet monkey, too — I couldn’t believe it was real. 😆

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


    Wow. He has overcome so much to excel and direct his life to where he wants to be. And still fighting to the end. Somewhat of a contrast to some others recently who had accolades, celebrity, success and nowhere near the physical challenges only to end it all by their own hand.

    • rightymouse says:

      I was saddened by this news. I didn’t always agree with the man, but he is smart & has integrity. Will be a huge loss. 😦

      • Octopus says:

        Can’t wait to see the gracious condolences of our Leftist friends, on the sad news of Krauthammer’s impending demise. They’ve been so classy about his illness and appearance thus far.

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


    If nothing else, proof that people do get awfully cranky when they haven’t eaten all day.

    But anyway, we can see how a whole month of Ramadan and reflecting on the peace of Islam (it acutally IS PEACE doncha know?) and the love of Allah has affected the whole society of Iran. Oh wait!!! They seem to be even more bloodthirsty and irrationally and murderously vengeful than ever!!

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


    Austria said it could expel up to 60 Turkish-funded imams and their families and would shut down seven mosques as part of a crackdown on ‘political Islam’ that was described as ‘just the beginning’, triggering fury in Ankara.

    Chancellor Sebastian Kurz said the government is shutting a hardline Turkish nationalist mosque in Vienna and dissolving a group called the Arab Religious Community that runs six mosques.

    If you don’t like it, go to some other Islamist mass murder shit hole where it’s not safe to even walk on sidewalks, eat in a cafe or take in a show or concert. Ya know like London or Paris.

    • rightymouse says:

      I am encouraged by Austria’s actions. When will the rest of Europe stop pandering to a people/culture/religion that is devoted to the destruction of the civilized world?

  58. Dezez157 says:

    David Simon Wishes death on people he doesn’t like and tells @Jack to die of boils, so naturally a fat moron jumped into a pile of steaming s**t face 1st.

  59. rightymouse says:

    😆 😆

  60. rightymouse says:

    Poor Anthony Bourdain. He had it all & it wasn’t enough. Was surprised by his suicide. Didn’t care for his politics, but enjoyed him being such a marvelous foodie. I love to cook myself! Didn’t know about his depression & drug use. Never have used drugs but had one bout of depression when I was going through a divorce many, many moons ago. Have always been high-functioning, so when I couldn’t focus or function well & was prone to crying jags, I knew something was wrong. Took my butt to a Dr. & was prescribed anti-depressant meds. Took them for six months and broke out of the ‘funk’. Never have been depressed like that since. Sad, because something sad happened. Yes. Depressed. No. There’s a difference. Seek help if you can’t break out of depression. Please.


    • Octopus says:

      I loved his book, “Kitchen Confidential.” He was very open about his struggles with addiction over the years, and his dysfunctional lifestyle. Looking at his face the past couple of years, it’s clear to me he was hitting the bottle pretty hard — if you know drinkers, you know the look. Alcohol is a major depressant, especially in large regular doses. Not the best medicine for someone who’s already depressed, but it’s generally the first one they run to. Sad ending to a very interesting life.

      • rightymouse says:

        It’s sad that being around for his daughter’s sake wasn’t enough motivation for him to get help if he was that depressed.

      • rightymouse says:

        There are also people that, for whatever reason, can’t be happy/content. Misery is their friend and they create unhappiness for themselves and others. Alcohol exacerbates their malcontent. I suppose drugs help them forget their misery. It’s hard to believe Anthony was that miserable, but he was.

        • Octopus says:

          Plus, he did say he’d poison Trump, if he was ever to cook for him. I know he was joking, but imagine if some conservative chef had said the same about Obama…SHRIEKING OUTRAGE ACROSS THE LAND!!1! 😆

    • Bunk X says:

      Never heard of him. I axed the missus (she watches food shows) and she’d never heard of him either. Then we found out he was on CNN. We don’t have cable, otherwise we might have saved him.

    • Octopus says:

      Is Chunky laffing it up over Louis’s loss, the way he’s done over every conservative guy’s un-checkmarking?

  61. Abu penis penis penis lol says:

    Has anyone else seen Octo’s post and pictures on Ace’s Pet Thread? I haven ‘t read the comments yet but I hope the Horde goes easy on George’s sweater.

    • Abu penis penis penis lol says:

      Early in the comments someone mistook George for Henry.

    • Octopus says:

      Wait…what?! I forgot to check out the pet thread today. I sent those pics in weeks ago. Glad they made the big time — George had already done an appearance, last year. 🙂

  62. Octopus says:

    Hooray for Justify!! I had a feeling he’d pull it off, despite the naysayers. That is one beautiful and speedy horse.
    Justify becomes 13th horse to win Triple Crown
    6:58 PM ET

    Justify has won the Triple Crown after winning the 150th Belmont Stakes on Saturday.

    Justify won the Belmont Stakes starting from the rail; the last Triple Crown from the rail at Belmont was Secretariat, 45 years ago to the day on Saturday.

    Justify is the 13th horse to earn the Triple Crown, but just the second horse to win it undefeated. Justify beat nine other horses to win — more competition than any Triple Crown winner has even beaten in the Belmont. Justify has defeated 35 horses across the Kentucky Derby, Preakness and Belmont.

    Bob Baffert, Justify’s trainer, joins “Sunny Jim” Fitzsimmons as the only trainers to win the Triple Crown twice. “Sunny Jim” won in 1930 with Gallant Fox and in 1935 with Omaha. Baffert won in 2015 with American Pharoah.

    It was Baffert’s fifth attempt to win the Triple Crown — three more than any other trainer.

    • Arachne says:

      In fact, it looked like Secretariat – chestnut colt…..
      Except…didn’t finish by 31 lengths, didn’t beat the record, and no one will be talking about him a week from now.

      Also. No movie with Diane Lane…..because horses partially owned by Soros stick in our craw.

  63. Octopus says:

    Notice anything unusual about this?

  64. Octopus says:

    How about this basket of fluffy powder?

  65. Octopus says:

    Really, Gus? You, of all people, apologizing to “the world” for our great President standing up to them?

    A much smarter man had a better take:

    Nailed it again, Jimmy. 😆

    • rightymouse says:

      The body language in the pic is a laff riot!!!

      • Octopus says:

        The Left takes this pic as proof Trump is a bad person, reviled by the world. We see the first President in decades to promote American interests in business and trade, and getting actual results. 🙂

        • rightymouse says:

          They are all around him, giving him attention. He’s sitting there, arms crossed, no apologies, the Leader of The Free World. Suck on that Angela and the rest of you EU idiots.

  66. Octopus says:

    Whenever Chunky gets into a twitter-battle, it turns out like the following:

  67. Octopus says:

    Moar hot boobez!

  68. Octopus says:


    It’s a tragic tale she told about her father who committed suicide. She went on to become a successful journalist of the Eastern Bubble, a liberal Dhimmicrat of the first rank. The irony, as I see it, is that her father’s personality matched exactly with the personality traits of today’s entitled, elitist Left. Financially irresponsible, too good to take a job “beneath him,” blaming everyone but himself for his problems, etc. I wonder if she’s ever made the connection.

    • rightymouse says:

      She writes well, but I was struck by how bitter, angry, yet somehow one-dimensional she comes across. On the other hand, I’ve never known anyone close to me who has committed suicide. The story is sad.

      • Octopus says:

        I read a few of her opinion pieces to get a feel for her current state of mind — she’s all-in on the Libturd Bubblethink.

        I’ve known two people who killed themselves, both in their teens. One was a couple years younger than me, and the other a couple older. The younger one was a very funny and outgoing kid who lived down the street from me growing up. He had an affair with the married woman across the street when he was 16. She killed herself when she got caught, and he hung himself in the garage the next day. The last person you’d think would do it.

        The other guy was hooked on barbiturates and booze, and hated life in general. Nobody was that shocked when he OD’d on purpose, leaving a bitter note behind for his Mom.

        • poteen2 says:

          They always drop their bombs on Mom. A neighbor friend and coworker of my mother had an older son who had the drug and alcohol problems that always seem at the root of things like this. 56 years old, couldn’t hold a job and lived 2 doors down with his mom.
          5 years ago he left his mom at his brother’s Christmas party. Said he was sick. Went to her house and shot himself. Merry Christmas Mom. Hurt the only person who still talked to him.

          As to the original topic of this,,,, I worry every time Charlie is on the west side of the San Andreas Fault. He may take a lot of innocents to a watery doom.

      • rightymouse says:

        At some point, forgiveness may be the only way survivors of suicide may be able to help themselves banish the pain.

        • Octopus says:

          A significant portion of suicides are acting out angrily against people they feel have wronged them, and “getting the last word.” It’s tragic and all, and pathetic, but they really do get the last word in their argument.

          Then there are the real depressives, the saddest ones of all. David Foster Wallace comes to mind.

  69. rightymouse says:

    Dream on. 😆

  70. Octopus says:


    DeNiro’s played a lot of psychotic characters over the years, and now it appears he’s become one in real life. Time to take him in for questioning, before he hurts himself or others?

  71. Abu penis penis penis lol says:

    I can’t wait to not watch the Tony Awards tonight for countless reasons. One is Springsteen will be on CBS’s coverage but didn’t say if he was singing. One can hope not. I want him to get a lifetime lib reach around award for his blathering theatre one-man production and rant about POTUS for champs like us,… oh, wait. After all, his play began last October so why not an award?

    Anything but sing, yuck. 🙉🙉🙉

    Sorry, not sorry Octo and others offended.

  72. Octopus says:

    Gus thought, “OOHH, sick burn!” 😆

  73. Octopus says:

    22. ENTERTAINMENT LAWYER 06/02 **#3**
    A major expose is coming on serious environmental violations at the factory. Pretty soon, this celebrity CEO will be adding the EPA to his alphabet soup of serious problems. Elon Musk (“Tesla, Inc.)


    • Octopus says:

      97. ENTERTAINMENT LAWYER 06/06 **#7**
      A celebrity CEO was speaking this week. He exhibited very strange body language, combined with nearly shedding tears on stage, as he tried to spin even greater lies than ever told before. This CEO knows that he will eventually lose everything he has, and currently sits on the precipice of one of the most spectacular corporate collapses in American history. Very recently, this CEO has been pitching large foreign conglomerates for a massive cash infusion, in a last ditch attempt to save his company. They all turned him down. Elon Musk (Tesla, Inc.)

  74. Octopus says:

    It’s too bad you weren’t gifted with a modest amount of shame, so you’d feel bad about becoming a dirty hobo scrounging off society, playing on Twitter 24/7. Good thing your folks aren’t around to see what you’ve become. Get a JOB!!

    • Bunk X says:

      Seems like Gusano leeched off his parents and siblings too much, and eventually they told him to get his Johnson together.
      He’s lost so much time.

  75. Octopus says:

    I liked this guy’s other song, “Human,” so I went looking for some more. This is a pretty good cover, with more soul than Chunky used to have members at LGF 1.0. That was a helluva lot, btw. Now? Less than 11.