Charles Johnson on Freedom of Speech 2005

Charles Johnson has no idea what the First Amendment of the United States Constitution means.

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76 Comments on “Charles Johnson on Freedom of Speech 2005”

  1. Octopus says:

    The wit. God bless ‘im. 😆

  2. Octopus says:

    Dark! 😆

  3. Octopus says:

    The robe, all the clatter of bones, the smell of the grave…I’m sure it was off-putting for her. He didn’t buy her dinner. You can’t expect a gal’s best effort. Not to mention the elephant in the room, the fact that skeletons have no fleshy appendages. She literally felt nothing.

  4. Octopus says:

    Is he going to turn himself in? Ban himself? Why is he babbling on about himself and his tiny group of troll-friends?

  5. Octopus says:

    GAH!!

    • Bunk X says:

      9/4, and it’s awful, even without that timing gimmick.
      5/4 is much more listenable (.i.e., Dave Brubeck’s “Take Five,” the “Theme to Mission Impossible” and Pink Floyd’s “Money.”

      Watching co-ed disco girls trying to dance to “Money” was hilarious, with all the awkard waving and hesitant stumbling.

      Zappa’s “Watermelon In Easter Hay” (aka “Joe’s Last Imaginary Guitar Solo”) was arguably the prettiest use of 5/4 time.

  6. Octopus says:

    Funny thread, with Dem-on-Dem violence. And the odd feeble reminder that “we should all really be fighting the fascists, you guys!” 😆

  7. Octopus says:

    😆

  8. Octopus says:

    Catch him, Derry. 😆

  9. Octopus says:

    And mine was in 1895. He died in ‘73, too — I was very sad. But not as sad as you, Gus.

    • Minnow says:

      My Dad’s Mom was born in 1877, and his dad was born in 1883. My Grandma died in 1973 and my Grandpa six months later in 1974.

      Yo.

    • rightymouse says:

      One grandfather was born in 1894 and died in 1977. The other was born in 1896 and died in 1984. Both grandmothers lived into their nineties – one was 94 and the other was 96.

    • Bunk X says:

      BFD, Gus.

      I’m related to the Johnson brothers (9 and 11 years old) who were kidnapped by indians before Ohio was a state. After dark, they slashed the throats of their captors and escaped slavery. This is recorded in the Jefferson County Archives.

      I can’t take credit or be blamed for what my ancestors did or didn’t do. Nobody can.

  10. Octopus says:

    …wipe my own huge arse anymore. 😆

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    The Mavericks (Raúl Malo / vocals, guitar; Paul Deakin / drums; Jerry Dale McFadden / keyboards, vocals; Eddie Perez / guitar) crank out some big band boogie woogie in Austin, 2004. It’s a cover of Merle Haggard‘s classic 1966 country hit “The Bottle Let Me Down.”

  14. rightymouse says:

    Something you don’t see every day. 😆

  15. rightymouse says:

    This. Something liberals just DON’T comprehend.

  16. Octopus says:

    Catching the train to Chicago soon. Vacation is kaput. 😦

  17. ISTE says:

    A Charles Johnson type ICYMI

    Me eating cat food on a bagel.

    https://mobile.twitter.com/Lucy_Dynamite/status/952359067858677760

  18. rightymouse says:

    Fatso is not responsible for website content like the ads. But he’ll have a chat with the supplier. Alrighty then.

  19. rightymouse says:

    A chicken in every pot. Do it! Vote socialist!!!

  20. Octopus says:

    She’s going to be the gif that keeps on giffing. 😆

  21. Octopus says:

    On the border of Montana and Idaho now — very sketchy wi-for coverage. Almost ready for my second nap of the day. Beat Her at chess, read a mystery novel. Train travel is underrated. 🙂

  22. Octopus says:

    Thin ice, podner.