Charles Johnson, History Revisionist

Charles, Charles, Charles.

In 1959, Dwight D. Eisenhower was President. Vice President Richard M. Nixon hated communism with a passion, and that photo shows it. Nixon had balls.

Nixon was not a conservative, but he inherited a global mess once he was elected in the 1968 Presidential landslide, then he swept 49 States in 1972. Was he charismatic? Not by a long shot, but voters had had enough of the Kennedy pretty boys, and saw LBJ for the racist egocentric yahoo that he was.

Nixon was the first POTUS in history to visit communist China and open up communications. Nixon ended the military draft a couple of years after you were eligible in 1971. Do you also want to abolish the Environmental Protection Agency? Nixon approved that one also.

Charles, you’re a history revisionist.
If not that, then you’re a paid tool.
If not that, then you’re a useful idiot.

Meanwhile, long time LGF regular Lawhawk chimed in to lap the lizard with this brilliance:

Douche baggage on parade.

Thank you, Charles.

275 Comments on “Charles Johnson, History Revisionist”

  1. Octopus says:

  2. Bunk X says:

    I think this is what Twitter should be used for.

  3. Bunk X says:

  4. rightymouse says:

    Hey! Fatso! Remember that ‘reset’ button Hillary gave the Russian Foreign Minister back in 2009? We do.

    • Octopus says:

      Shrilldabeast forgot about it, too. πŸ˜†

      Chunky dutifully (and sadry) retweets her why-can’t-I-be-President glurge:

      • OLT's Ring Given Freely says:

        I know which team you play for, Gramma. You ol’ Soviet you.

      • KGB says:

        Does she want us to review the filthy, foreign lucre she and Bill raked in during the last three decades? Which team, indeed!

  5. Octopus says:

    Gus had a very strange (for him) patriotic, religious and military-mindful moment right before sweet oblivion tugged him down into the fragrant embrace of his old army cot in the garage:

    Praise God.
    8 hours ago
    Oh my god.
    8 hours ago
    O shit.
    8 hours ago
    With you WP.
    8 hours ago
    Oh shit. All West Point and shit.
    8 hours ago
    Amazing grace.
    8 hours ago
    I didn’t care.
    8 hours ago
    8 hours ago
    Glory. Glory.
    8 hours ago
    Ten Hup!
    8 hours ago

    God bless the troops!

  6. Octopus says:

    I think J.J. Watt is my favorite professional athlete. I hope we don’t find out anything revolting about him. πŸ˜‰

  7. Octopus says:

    Mossad is my favorite secret service. No competition there. πŸ™‚

  8. Octopus says:

    Everything shitty, stupid and disingenuous about Meathead, all in one article. πŸ˜†

    Can’t wait to not-see his latest bomb of a propaganda effort.

  9. Octopus says:

    The PC Police can never rest! πŸ˜†

    Never Forget: The United States is an illegitimate, genocidal spawn of Evil European White Men In Funny Hats.

  10. Octopus says:

    Remember that time Chunky tried to use the untimely death of his former employer for self-aggrandizement, and then was found trying to apologize much too late for his malfeasance regarding the VW? Yeah, that was embarrassing. πŸ˜†


    Saying Goodbye to George Duke
    A genius, an inspiration, a friend
    Charles Johnson
    8/06/13 11:30:08 am β€’ Views: 20,973

    This is a really difficult post for me to write. George Duke, one of my most important musical mentors, a real genius in every sense of the word with a heart as big as his talent, the guy who gave me my real start in the music business, has died at the age of 67 after battling chronic leukemia.

    When I was growing up and learning to play guitar in Hawaii, George Duke was one of my heroes. It was a dream come true to play in his band, and I’ll always be grateful to him for his supportive attitude β€” and the way he pushed us all to play the best we could.

    It’s a very unhappy day, dear readers. I’m heart-broken. But to celebrate George’s life, here’s a video from 1978 of the George Duke Band in the studio, recording the follow-up album to β€œReach For It,” titled β€œDon’t Let Go.” (That’s me playing guitar.)

    So long, George. You were the greatest.

    George Duke – keyboards, vocals (January 12, 1946 – August 5, 2013)
    Charles β€˜Icarus’ Johnson – guitar
    Byron Miller – bass
    Sheila E – drums/percussion
    Leon β€˜Ndugu’ Chancler – drums
    Napoleon β€˜Nappie’ Murphy Brock – sax, vocals
    Josie James, Muffy Hendrix – vocals

    As recorded for album: George Duke – Don’t Let Go (1978)

    Snippet from: β€œGeorge Duke: A Preview”

    OOPSIE!!1! πŸ˜†

  11. Octopus says:

    I’m not 100% sure the princelings Charles and William aren’t in this photo somewhere. Take a careful look.

  12. Octopus says:

    comment in moderation….HELP!!1!

  13. Octopus says:

    That Melania is just a vision in this dress. 😯

  14. Dezez157 says:

    Oh look another day of Chuck looking for ways to spam links to his vapid click-bait.

    • Minnow says:

      …. I guess this is somewhat similar to George Duke being duped into hiring a slack-jawed moron with limited abilities on the guitar named Charles Johnson – who, later, stole a VW Bus from Duke.

      Is what I am thinking.

  15. ISTE says:

    So, in 2018 Russia and the United States of America relationship is this.

    And both countries get to ride on the obama Unicorn!

    Did not capitalize obama, disrespectful, yes. And deliberate.

    Bear with me, I have a point I think is valid.

    • ISTE says:

      Rewind to 1982

      The book follows the story of the Bloggs, characters previously seen in the book Gentleman Jim. One afternoon, the couple hears a message on the radio about an “outbreak of hostilities” in three days’ time. Jim immediately starts construction of a fallout shelter (in accordance with a government-issued Protect and Survive brochure), while the two reminisce about the Second World War. Their reminiscences are used both for comic effect and to show how the geopolitical situation has changed, but also how nostalgia has blotted out the horrors of war. A constant theme is Jim’s optimistic outlook and his unshakeable belief that the government knows what’s best and that it has the situation under full control, coupled with Hilda’s attempts to carry on life as normal.

      During their preparations the action is interrupted by two-page dark illustrations. With the first being a nuclear missile on a launch pad, labelled “MEANWHILE, ON A DISTANT PLAIN….” The second a squadron of Warthogs, labelled “MEANWHILE, IN THE DISTANT SKY….” And third a nuclear submarine labelled “MEANWHILE, IN A DISTANT OCEAN….”

      The Bloggs soon hear of enemy missiles heading towards England and make it into their shelter before a nuclear explosion. They spend all the first day within the fallout shelter, but leave the shelter on the second day and move about the house, exposing themselves to the radioactive fallout. Undaunted, they try to continue life as normal, as if it was the Second World War again. They find the house to be in shambles, with both the water and the electricity cut off. On the third day, misreading advice given in government leaflets of having to stay in the fallout shelter for two days instead of two weeks, they go outside, exposing themselves to a huge amount of radioactive fallout. While outside, they notice the smell of cooking meat, unaware that it is the burning corpses of their neighbours (there is a joke about this).

      Jim and Hilda exhibit considerable confusion regarding the serious nature of what has happened after the nuclear attack; this generates gentle comedy as well as darker elements: amongst them, their obliviousness of the fact that they are probably the only people left of their acquaintance. As the novel progresses and their emergency water supply goes, they end up collecting rainwater. Though they are wise to boil it, it is still contaminated with radiation, and thus their situation becomes steadily more hopeless, as they begin to suffer more effects of radiation sickness. At first they suffer headaches and shiverings, moments after the bomb. Then, from the second day, Hilda suffers from vomiting and diarrhoea. On the fourth day, Hilda’s gums begin to bleed, and she is also showing blood in her diarrhoea, which they mistake for haemorrhoids. On the fifth day, Jim also shows bleeding gums; both are suffering blue bruising but mistake these for varicose veins. Finally, Hilda’s hair begins to fall out. From then on, she insists that they go back into the fallout shelter and wait for help to arrive, which will never come.

      The book ends on a bleak note, when at night, Hilda insists Jim, who has now lost faith in everything he once believed in, should pray; he then begins uttering the Lord’s Prayer, which pleases Hilda, but then, confused, he switches to the first lines of the “Charge of the Light Brigade”. The paper bags they have wrapped themselves in then darken, symbolising their ebb of consciousness, growing debility and ultimate deaths. This is then followed by the next page, in which is a blank white page.

    • ISTE says:

      The movie animated adaptation of that “comic” is called “When The Wind Blows” (1986) and the sound track is awesome.

      It is not available on Youtube I do not think, one of those movies that gets taken down immediately for copyright violations.

      If you have Netflix/Amazon etc it is worth watching.

      Who ever you are I bet $10 that if you watch it you will have tears, or at least a serious lump in your throat

      ( Knowing the number of heartless bastards in here, at $10 a time I( am going to be about $4300 in debt )

    • rightymouse says:

      Well! Who knew that that NY Slimes was homophobic??

  16. ISTE says:

    Lucy’s cat needs a Gofundme he is almost dead, ears and tail still work.

    Body is dead, ears and tail still work. I think he can be saved.

    DONATE NOW!!!!!!

    I think $250,000 is enough to repair him.


  17. Minnow says:

    what I don’t get is that we, as a nation, have heard nothing but unbelievable bullshit from the intelligence agencies, the deep state, loser presidential candidates, the media – and all the know-it-all pundits for the past 18-months plus…. and today we see Trump doubt all of those lies and – suddenly – he should be impeached, he is a Russian stooge etc. etc. etc.

    Is the Left in this country truly this stupid?? How can anyone be this fucking stupid?

  18. Bunk X says:

  19. Minnow says:

    it is one thing to be a fat, uneducated and stupid arrogant bastard who will do anything to gain attention and adoration for his self-described wit and wisdom…

    It is quite another to be a dirty, lying, low-down thief who will do anything for himself with no regard for others, especially those who have reached out to you and extended favors.

    Thank God I am neither.

    Charles Johnson – you are both, and worse.

    Charles, you are a piece of shit.

  20. Octopus says:

    The Left and their quisling buddies in the Never Trump Dead-End Losers Club had a field day yesterday with the Helsinki summit. Of course, everything they said about Trump was batshit crazy, as per usual. “The Good Roger Simon” has an excellent take on the meeting, as a welcome antidote to the Anderson Cooper-on-crack hysteria.

  21. Octopus says:

    Wretchard has a good one at PJM, too. Remember when Chunky was all palsy-walsy with that website? They tossed him out on his fat ear when they realized he had zilch to offer. πŸ˜†

  22. Octopus says:

    When Fists Are Outlawed, Only Outlaws Will Have Fists. πŸ˜†

  23. Octopus says:


    The Left.

  24. Octopus says:

    Two Things:

    1) You’re not cynical, you’re just a gullible sap who swallows everything the self-identified Liberal MSM projectile-pukes at you, 24/7. Not only swallow it, but puke it back yourself in the form of inane, glurge-filled tweets. This consumes all your waking hours.

    2) You do, however, manage to be wrong all the time. It’s freaking uncanny, the streak you’ve been on since your mental breakdown in late-’08/early-’09. Joe Dimaggio called — wants to know if you got your “hit” today. πŸ˜†

  25. Dezez157 says:

    Chuck has him now, Trump is going down this time…
    Chuck, you hyperventilating moron, pens and pencils don’t have a spell check option like the one you rely on to feel smart.

  26. Dezez157 says:

  27. Octopus says:

    Why doesn’t Gorka have his own hour on Fox News, to discuss niceties with fine folks? I haven’t seen a beatdown like this one since the abortive attempt to rob the restaurant, as seen above. πŸ˜†

    • rightymouse says:

      Gorka OWNED the soyboy. πŸ˜†
      One thing that strikes me about leftists is their constant use of pejoratives when talking about Republicans. Gets old.

  28. Octopus says:

    When Chunky Met Pammy…

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

    Visionary leader. Haughty, superior, over-confident douche. Same thing, right?

  30. windbag says:

    Actually, it’s not a bad cover at all.

  31. rightymouse says:

    I just went over to the Mother Ship & found out that poster “Macker” has passed away. I remember him and am saddened by the news. 😦 Excuse me while I go curl up on the couch for a while. Here’s his obit.

    • Octopus says:

      Very sad to hear it. RIP, fellow Michigander.

      This evening I got a surprise text from my youngest brother, who’s only 53. Had some kind of heart dysfunction happen today, which resulted in a messed-up EKG and slow pulse. He needs a permanent pacemaker, they say, which will be implanted in the next day or two. Two of my Dad’s brothers died young from bad tickers. I guess the good news is that he didn’t die, and they can fix the problem with modern technology.

      • rightymouse says:

        Glad he’s ok!!

        • Octopus says:

          Me, too. His pulse has been dipping into the high-20’s since the problem was identified. He’s having an MRI this morning, and possibly getting the pacemaker today as well. It’s pretty urgent.

          The incident that made him go to the hospital was when he had to walk up three flights of stairs at work, carrying his computer bag. Had to stop and wheeze at the top, and knew something wasn’t right. Then the pains in his chest started, and he went straight to the ER.

          In another era, he’d be all done, or on his way out. Everybody, enjoy your days! πŸ™‚

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

          Too bad about Macker. Hope he went peacefully. And glad Octo’s brother’s scare is getting taken care of. My dad had to have a pacemaker and after they put it in he had no issues for many years after and passed away from something else entirely.

          • Octopus says:

            My other brother, who’s been an ER doc for many years, said they often have to turn off the pacemakers on people who live to 90-95 with them, and die of other causes. People who’ve lived with them for 30 years. So, pacemakers are a very good thing — they even make them so they don’t get affected by microwave ovens or MRI machines anymore.

          • rightymouse says:

            Octo. My boss is 98 and has a pacemaker. He has a much younger wife & they still fool around. I know because I have to get his shag pill prescriptions filled. πŸ˜†

          • Octopus says:

            There you go, ‘Mouse. I will inform my sis-in-law that her onerous wifely duties are not yet done. πŸ™‚

    • Bunk X says:

      R.I.P. Macker, you wild and crazy stalker. We’ll miss you.

  32. Octopus says:

    The insanity is at 11, over in Portland.

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

      I liked his kinda schtick a lot more when I was younger. Not saying I’m older and therefore wiser. He certainly is a funny guy and his kind of real life performance comedy is reminiscent of the great Andy Kaufman. But I think there’s an aspect to going out and finding some unsuspecting hicks or in this case pols, caters to people seeking a validation that they’re superior. It’s just not something I’m seeking any more.

  33. Minnow says:

    just out of curiosity, has Obama figured out how old he is yet?

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

      He’s a joke. A typical leftist jerk pretending everyone who’s not an internationalist commie is against human dignity and equal rights for all. Fuck off Unicorn Messiah.

  34. Dezez157 says:

    • Minnow says:

      hey, stupid dumbfuck. She wants to abolish Israel. And, she wants to abolish capitalism.

      Need we go any further?

      I can explain these problems with you Mr. GED if you would like. Or, you could just shut the fuck up. Your choice asshole.

  35. Octopus says:

    Going rogue, off the plantation! Little early for that stuff, Gus. πŸ˜†

  36. Octopus says:

    Actually, they’re probably averaging around 100-105. These leftist dullards are not working with the sharpest shovels on the libturd dungheap.

  37. Octopus says:

    Some sanity in response to the well-rehearsed leftist freakout over the Helsinki summit. And hey, look! It’s Chunky’s old rival for Pamela’s affections. πŸ˜†

  38. Octopus says:

    I just love it when Greenwald is the voice of reason on the Left. πŸ˜†

    • rightymouse says:

      He had such high hopes for permanent change. πŸ˜†

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

      Hmmm. Conniving old billionaire backs a handsome youngish black closet leftist candidate who wins. Gets bitter when he finds he can’t control him like his personal Preezyduntial puppet.

      What’s the word for that again? Starts with R? Rhymes with bassist.

  39. Octopus says:

    Zounds! Why in hell didn’t I think of that? I’ve been eating protein bars sweetened with the sugar alcohols xylitol and erythritol for years!

    Little capitalist she-devil…congrats to her! πŸ˜†

  40. Octopus says:

    Can you believe this effin’ guy? πŸ˜†

    • rightymouse says:

      I do believe he’s scared to death of the GOP winning more seats in November. Wonder why?

  41. rightymouse says:

    Man has genitals & nipples removed because of……well…he’s effed up THAT’S WHY!!!!

    • Octopus says:

      I believe the scary female with pink hair ate those removed naughty bits. I have no proof, but I would bet on it.

  42. Octopus says:

    Happy story! πŸ™‚

    • rightymouse says:

      Very well done!!!! πŸ™‚

      • Octopus says:

        Agreed. That was more dangerous-looking than it turned out to be, but you never know what kind of currents are swirling beneath the surface of floodwaters. Cars get taken away, not to mention people. Guy had balls and a big heart.

  43. Octopus says:

    Sad story that angries up the blood! 😑

    • Bunk X says:

      That’s like Charles banning Iowahawk.

    • OLT's Ring Given Freely says:

      Wow, there are a lot of proudly stupid people out there.

      • rightymouse says:

        He’s young and a white Canadian Muslim. Ten quatloos sez he doesn’t know that the Nazi party was the National Socialist German Workers’ Party.

        • OLT's Ring Given Freely says:

          Oh, he’d argue that socialist didn’t mean socialist in that case.

          In any case, Fascism is neither right nor left … Hitler was no more an American Conservative than Stalin was an American Liberal (modern definitions).

          But I will maintain that both used fascist tactics and ran fascist states. This idiot sees a difference.

  44. Octopus says:

    I like Rita’s twitterwar. She’s got brains and a heart.

  45. Octopus says:

    Another day in the twitter half-life that is Chunky’s only life:

      • Octopus says:

        Reminds me of the time I was walking across the parking lot at Pine Knob Music Theater for an evening concert, I think it was Rod Stewart, and suddenly this young female walking in front of us pulled down her shorts, squatted and peed. The puddle spread across the asphalt so fast, we had to walk around it. It was then I knew we needed camera-phones to document the hilarious events of our time. It took about 25 years for the technology to catch up with the zeitgeist (German for “sitzpinkler”).

        • KGB says:

          I wish we could give a thumbs up for comments. When is the BRC going to get off their asses and introduce a Karma system for this damn message board!

          A group of friends and I went to a show at the Molson Ampitheater in Barrie, ONT many, many moons ago. As afternoon became evening, my friend Bobby decided to purge the day’s contents onto the ground where we were standing. Next thing you know, some hapless, crowd-surfing Canuck gets passed along to our location and the people next to us managed to drop him, unwittingly, into the pile of sick.

          • Octopus says:



            One time my friends and I were slamming beers outside a disco bar with a cover charge and absurdly-expensive drink prices. The human stomach has a pressure-release valve built in, so you don’t harm yourself by over-inflating. Two of us unloaded large quantities of undigested beer inside this little hallway that led to the danceteria — yes, one of these miscreants was me. There was some MacDonald’s in mine, too.

            We decided to leave shortly after arriving, and there was a kid cleaning up the hallway with a disgusted look on his face. Sorry, kid! πŸ˜†

          • Bunk X says:

            KGB– The BRC doesn’t run this joint, but in the early days the Karma Upding System was introduced as an experiment. The following day it was shut down due to righteous indignation.

  46. Bunk X says:

    Eatin’ fish. Missin’ Macker.

  47. Octopus says:

    “So fucking buzzed” sure turned into a fucking buzzsaw last night. πŸ˜†

    Fuck your shit.
    1 hour ago
    Fuck your trophy.
    1 hour ago
    Fuck white nationalists.
    1 hour ago
    Fuck Putin.
    1 hour ago
    Fuck Trump.
    1 hour ago
    RT @RepBarbaraLee: .@SpeakerRyan thinks school kids and single moms should go hungry to pay for billionaires’ tax breaks. This is who they…
    1 hour ago
    Hmm. No.
    1 hour ago
    RT @pourmecoffee: Imagine how much angrier Trump would be if he could read.
    1 hour ago
    Fuck yeah.
    1 hour ago
    I’m so fucking buzzed.
    1 hour ago

  48. Octopus says:

    Exactly, Kurt. Every week brings a new Worst Thing Ever, and this Trump-Putin tea party will be eclipsed by Trump’s next OMFG!!1!-freakfest. All we can really do is point and laugh. πŸ˜†

  49. Octopus says:

    This female flabalanche got triggered by approving comments from passersby. No, really. πŸ˜†

  50. Octopus says:

    If you ever need a good dose of graphic political incorrectness, you can’t do better than Ben Garrison. πŸ˜†

  51. Octopus says:

    This is the little marvel they put in my brother’s heart last night. Incredible piece of tech. His heart is clipping along at 60 bpm now, after being down in the scary 20’s for a couple of days. He’s supposed to go home this evening, if everything stays on track. Phew!

    Bad News: now his wife is planning to set up a Google-doc with all the siblings’ medical histories on it, for easy reference for the next medical emergency in the family. I don’t want all that out there — I’ve already learned too much about a couple of my siblings’ problems, I didn’t know about before. Ever heard of hemochromatosis? Apparently that’s a thing in our family — one more thing to worry about. And something else, I forget what it’s called, but it’s another heart issue. My heart is fine! Until it’s not fine, and then I’ll worry about it. Geez.

    • rightymouse says:

      Medical histories should be shared with family members. Am all for that. But putting the info in the public square would creep me out. What if potential employers for the younger generation kiddos come across it on the web & nix jobs because of pre-existing medical conditions.

  52. Octopus says:

    Great movie, btw. Most of it has come true. πŸ˜†

  53. Octopus says:

    Big, fat hysterical Whoopi can’t handle Jeanne Pirro, so she throws her off The View. The usual Leftist approach to debate, “Shut it down! Shut it down now!” πŸ˜†

    • Bunk X says:

      “Fuck you” is not a discussion, nor is it a compelling argument. Thanks, Whoopi.

    • Minnow says:

      Whoopi is an ignant loudmouth….. as we see, once again.

      • Bunk X says:

        Karen Johnson is also an ignorant obese pig.

        • Octopus says:

          Whoopi sees herself as some kind of grande dame of the Leftist Talk-Scrunts, now. She’s the conscience of the world, now. Very low IQ, as Trump would say. πŸ˜†

      • rightymouse says:

        I watched part of it. Whoopi has lost her mind. If she thinks her appalling behavior will convince people to vote Democrat in November, she may be in for a huge surprise.

        • Octopus says:

          In the bubble she lives in, this was a Major Victory for Us Against Them Nazi Animals Who Didn’t Vote For Shrillary. She’s probably had a couple of hundred “celebs” call and congratulate her. And Bill Kristol.

  54. Bunk X says:

    Wow. Reminds me of a certain little green blog circa 2009.

  55. Bunk X says:

    Someone got their ass kicked.

    [video src="" /]

      • Octopus says:

        I love this girl! πŸ™‚

      • KGB says:

        Do I have to give the whole “I’m not condoning what he did…” spiel? Right. So, as much of a cad as these guy was, can we also talk about the fact that a non-Hooters waitress is dressed like she’s getting ready to stand on a Harlem street corner? If I go into that restaurant and she comes to my table, I’m asking the manager to send someone else over to wait on me. You know, someone who’s gone through the trouble of actually covering her bits and bobs. I don’t want my food being brought to me in such close proximity to an uncovered doopa. Maybe that’s just me.

        • Octopus says:

          Chances are, the owner of this restaurant insists on sexy outfits for his waitstaff. There are lots of non-Hooters joints cashing in on this concept. Waitresses who can pull it off love the better tips at such places, which shows something about human nature and its inherent vices (lust and greed, for starters). You still have to have a strict, “Look but don’t touch”-policy in force.

  56. Bunk X says:

    Movie about racists by a racist. Spike Lee is one of the worst, and he wants a race war. Lee will be safe in his enclave while others bash each others’ heads in and burn down their neighborhoods.

  57. Bunk X says:

  58. Octopus says:


  59. Octopus says:

    The Queen Anne’s Lace is blooming out along the orange barrel-decorated roads, which means it’s High Summer in Michigan. I love these dog days. Makes up for all the gray slush of the season just past. πŸ™‚

  60. Octopus says:

    The great Godfrey was eulogized by the great James Delingpole a year ago, and somehow made his way back. Perhaps it’s not inconceivable he could make another comeback?

    The last known screenshot of his epic twitterwar, in 2018. Can you just feel the seething hysterical outrage from the Left? πŸ˜†

  61. Octopus says:


    Not sure if this is the way to Hollywood Absolution, Roseanne.

  62. Octopus says:


  63. Octopus says:

    This is really what hurts the most, right, Dhimmis? πŸ˜†

  64. Octopus says:

    “Too provocative for Israeli TV” — at least until 10 pm, when the kids are asleep.

  65. Octopus says:

    Is The Onion finally moving away from its Leftist Swamp after about a decade of wallowing? I hope so.

    This is almost too real to be funny. But still funny. πŸ˜†

  66. Octopus says:

    Remember when Milo was drummed out of polite society for his off-hand comment about young boys and older men? Oh, the outrage was white-hot and sulfurous!

    You think this Disney guy will get the same tar-and-feathers treatment for WAY WORSE? Oh, I don’t think so. He might get a medal.

    • Octopus says:

      For some reason, the gay pedophilia running rampant in Hollywood goes unreported by the MSM. Why do you think that is? I have my own theories, but I want to know what others think about this disgusting tradition in show-biz.

  67. Octopus says:

    Whoopi went apeshit on Judge Jeanne Pirro. See the fascist face behind the ugly grinning mask, folks.

  68. Octopus says:


  69. Bunk X says:

    Best Zappa cover heard recently.

  70. Bunk X says:

    Twitter doesn’t realize it, but this is why they exist.

  71. Octopus says:

    Hmm…not just in gun-happy America, I guess.

    What this proves, is that the ongoing “fad” of mass-murders in school are nearly all inspired directly by Columbine. They all reference it, in their lead-ups to massacre. How to stop this fetishizing of the trench coat twerps is the real trick.

  72. rightymouse says:

    Gussy’s very confused. πŸ˜†

    • rightymouse says:

      Liberals are stoners? Duh! πŸ˜†

  73. Octopus says:


    When God was handing out brains, Chunky had a sad moment…

  74. Octopus says:

    Bad girlfriend! Bad! πŸ˜†

    Also, the little head makes terrible decisions, and can never be trusted. 😯

  75. rightymouse says:

    I think I’m going to go make a pot of spaghetti for dinner.

    • Octopus says:


      That’s awesome.

    • Minnow says:

      I saw the liner notes….

      From the Artist “It is all me.”

      • Octopus says:

        I saw the ASCAP credits, and Chunky was credited as “Additional Surf Guitar” on one track, and “Van Detailing Engineer” at the end of all credits, by himself after a space. I think he just got fed up with cleaning off the splooge and weed-seeds, and drove off. Poor guy had big dreams.

    • Octopus says:

      Always, but always, follow the money in investigating any story. This is not an anti-capitalist concept, btw — it’s about universal human self-interest. But what about charities, you plaintively meow? Follow the money EXTRA CAREFULLY, in those cases. You’ll be amazed. πŸ˜†

  76. Octopus says:

    We haven’t had any decent chainsaw rock and roll around here for awhile, so here’s a couple from the last two bands I went out of my way to see live in small venues hereabouts that serve alcohol. Had a great time both times. I’d go see them both again, if the opportunity arises before my pacemaker gives out (no, wait…that’s my little bro, with the pacemaker).

  77. Octopus says:

    One band I’ve wanted to see for awhile, but haven’t yet crossed righteous paths — I’m pissed a little, because they’re in town tonight with Susan Tedeschi’s latest project, and we had other unbreakable plans.

  78. Octopus says:

    The original “The Office” was my favorite British show since “Monty Python,” and Bowie’s appearance in Gervais’s next show “Extras” was unexpected and brilliant. I’m glad they became friends, and I’m glad “Chubby Little Loser” was born. Hi, Chunky! πŸ™‚

  79. Octopus says:

    Sure they do, Fatass. πŸ˜†

    Note, the cackling hag and her minions totally screwed the Borzoi by misspelling the stooped button, and were called to account publicly and most embarrassingly. Imagine how an adversarial MSM like today’s would have frolicked around the yard with this soiled pair of granny-panties. πŸ˜†

  80. Octopus says:

    I’ve seen this before, but I’m not sure if I’ve posted it. It’s sociological gold, anyway.

  81. rightymouse says:

    We have company tonight for a grill-out. Need to make my awesome quinoa salad!! πŸ™‚

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

    OMG! She looks like ass warmed over.

    Chunky’s candidate babbling some infantile nonsense about Trump, Russia, Putin….something. Yada yada. She’s clearly a bitter old crooked drunk. Chunky’s hoping crooked old fat losers who embarrassed themselves and everyone hates is coming back into fashion (oh wait, it never was). it’s his only hope.

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

  84. Dezez157 says:

    • Dezez157 says:

      This is the reasoned comment that got Chuck to yell nazi genocide and hit the block button.

  85. Briareus says:

    New Retro Thread posted above. Be first to call “First” and you’ll have the honor of being first to comment.