“Roger Daltrey’s Armpit Blew Me Away.” – Charles Johnson

3 November 2019 screencap proves that Little Green Footballs is still a cutting edge news aggregation site.

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255 Comments on ““Roger Daltrey’s Armpit Blew Me Away.” – Charles Johnson”

  1. Koko says:

    Fun! She’s the boss. She also has a drivers license.

    • Octopus says:

      I always loved the ‘Orrible ‘Oo, as Pete Townshend called them. I’ve listened to their stuff too much by now, to the point where it’s worn out with me. In a few years I’ll be a bit more senile, and get to experience them all over again. 🙂

  2. rightymouse says:

    There’s nothing like hairy armpits! Just ask ISTE! 😆

  3. rightymouse says:

    Fatso’s last donor to his GoFellateMe fund was over a month ago. Time for him to donate to himself again. 😆

    $9,870 raised of $20,000 goal
    MIchele Matthews
    1 mo

    • Octopus says:

      Time to prime that pump, Chonky! How about a couple of Anonymous gifts, in the amounts of $50 and $75? That should get her going. 😆

  4. Octopus says:

    That’s really sad. The old bum has nothing better to do, than watch some show he doesn’t like. He must be watching about 15 hours of idiot-box per day, judging by all the shows he tweets about.

    Get. A. Life!

  5. Bunk X says:

    Mark Levin, constitutional lawyer, knows how to sift through the bullshit.

    • dezzez says:

      Fat bloggers binging on netflix 18 hours a day, you have a point fatty?

    • Arachne says:

      Oh yes, Fatso. You’re smarter than the man with the law degree, who was Ed Meese’s chief of staff, has written SIX best selling books and makes more money in the first five minutes of his radio show than you’ll make all year.

      Trump actually knows Mark Levin. He also knows Sean Hannity and Rush Limbaugh. Al Jarreau and Stanley Clarke didn’t even invite you to be on the tribute album to George Duke.

  6. rightymouse says:

    Ilhan Omar goes full socialist/commie at Bernie’s rally. End Western Imperialism!!! Yeah. The “Imperialism” that saved her sorry ass.


    • Octopus says:

      Hard to believe there are Americans who think these people are fine candidates. Totally oblivious of reality, and not keeping up with the news — both are plagued by ugly scandals. 🤮

  7. Abu Grate Speeler says:

    Ok, enough already. Normally I let typos pass but since Charles believes it is vital in showing one’s edumication note he’s twice! here misspelled “ bingeing”. He and Mark Levin have been “binging”. Smug, fat, and fat is no way to go through life, Charles.

  8. Octopus says:


    This fucking guy is the “irreproachable” source of the week, for absurd claims about Trump. 😂😂😂😂

    Another petard goes BOOM in the Dummycrats faces.

  9. rightymouse says:

    Am watching Trump’s rally in Kentucky. Fabulous!

  10. Octopus says:

    You’re a Boomer, Fatass. You want everyone to shut up. I guess you’re right.

    • Arachne says:

      Of course he does. He’s the only real voice of reason. I suspect the Gen Xers and the Millennials have no use for him and his boomer population is fading away. How many active users does he even HAVE now?

      • Octopus says:

        Still got 11, but they’re not the same ones who survived the original purge. They’re even dumber and crazier. 😃

  11. Octopus says:

    I really don’t want to believe the people of America are OK with this.
    1 hour ago

    The White House is like a haunted house tonight.
    1 hour ago

    The people of America LOVE this President far more than they loved One-Big-Ass-Mistake-America, Chonky. He’s doing a fantastic job, too. Can’t wait to vote for him again, and most of the people I know say the same thing, unless there are strident libturds around. Then we just smile and wink at each other, until you shitlibs go away to wokescold somebody about something. 😆

  12. Bunk X says:

    El Gusano is going to leave, but

  13. Bunk X says:

    What kind of guy follows Charles Johnson on Twitter?

  14. rightymouse says:


  15. rightymouse says:


    • OLT, Legendary Status Dutch Uncle says:

      Why? You already did.

      I mean, Dhimmis don’t care about cheating (if they do it), so it doesn’t matter HOW he lost.

      Does it?

  16. rightymouse says:

    Yes. Go back to bed.

  17. Koko. says:

    Warren’s the new front runner. But she’s pretty much already beaten herself. If she’s the nominee the ads against her are going to be brutal starting with her multi-decade Native American fraud. Other foolish things:

    https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2018/10/15/elizabeth-warren-dna-test-3-percent-native-ancestry/ (It was actually .1 to 1.6% NA aka 0%)




    There’s apparently a critical op-ed today on Warren by the NY Times according to Stuart Varney. You need a subscription account at NYT to view it. But according to Stuart they bash her unworkable Medicare for all plan and appear to be almost panicking that she might end up the nominee only to be slaughtered by Trump in the general on her business and economic killing proposals. And they have good reason to be panicking.

    Biden’s a frail old fool
    Beto’s out
    Warren’s nuts
    Bernie’s toast
    The unlikeable constantly whining Shrilldebeast is making noises like she’s going to run again
    Buttigieg is unelectable
    Kamala’s out of money
    Gabbard’s smeared by the Clinton friendly media as a Russian agent.

  18. dezzez says:

    Another day of Chuck ignoring national stories that hurt his narrative,

    • Koko says:

      Says a pathetic fat old smelly fart with no friends who’s hunkered down in a squalid bunker in Culver City.

  19. Koko says:

    Latest Project Veritas revelation. This anchor had the whole Epstein story years ago, witnesses and all, including goods on Clinton and Prince Andrew. But ABC bigs spiked it.

  20. rightymouse says:

    Going to TRY and have dinner tonight at our local Amish restaurant. Want prime rib. Real prime rib. Not crappy stuff.

  21. Iste on silly little phone says:

    Enjoy. Amd respect the Amish way of life.

    Personally I wish I was living in a Menonite place

    • Koko says:

      I dunno. In some ways I don’t get the point. In my US travels I’ve encountered them. One on the train when they were eschewing travel by jet which they consider audaciously technological. Another time at a Kentucky park massive cave overhang and spectacular waterfall. Among a group of luddites a young follower, replete with mustache-less beard and pilgrim hat had a ‘circa 70s/‘80s type Olympus camera. State of the art for that time with zoom lens. And that train we were on no doubt has a massive computer housed in the engine house with geosynchronous satellite capable locator and updates. They seem to tolerate older high tech in favor of the latest and apparently view that as more virtuous. Their original founders I’m guessing would have viewed it all as the Devils handiwork. Seems they’ve developed a slippery sliding scale of continuous concessions to modern progress. But who can blame them? The true ideal life would be brutal and short for many.

      • rightymouse says:

        The Amish near where we live are wonderful people. Yes, they use a horse/buggy to get around & have the English drive them if they need to & all the older kids have cell phones.

        I’ve known two Mennonite women & both were cold bitches. They were from austere German families.

  22. Bunk X says:

  23. Koko says:

    Some things are just deliciously stupid. Watch it to the end when he asks “What is it that a man does standing up, a woman does sitting down and a dog does with one leg raised?”

  24. Octopus says:

    This could be the Next Big Thing for Fatass to jump in on. Mukbang is eating vast amounts of food while sick people watch on the internet. Give it a try, Chonky!

  25. Octopus says:

    This is how the failing NYT saw fit to cover the brutal murders of some Mormons in Mexico. 😱😂

  26. Koko says:

    People of faith are like unicorns to them.

  27. Koko says:


    Federal documents reveal that the 33-year-old Ciaramella, a registered Democrat held over from the Obama White House, previously worked with former Vice President Joe Biden and former CIA Director John Brennan, a vocal critic of Trump who helped initiate the Russia “collusion” investigation of the Trump campaign during the 2016 election.

    The left and their media lackeys are starting to look more and more like Wile E. Coyote.

  28. Koko says:


    So….since when do socialism and Christianity come together to be an official government policy?

    Oh that’s when. When socialism morphs into fascism. NEATO!:

    The Maduro regime has repeatedly prolonged the Christmas season in an attempt to distract from the country’s economic and humanitarian crisis, establishing a history of bizarre indoctrination and oppression for the final two months of the year.

    The regime has long employed a variety of illegal methods to promote state-sponsored Christmas festivities. One of their most widely reported methods was seizing nearly four million toys from private companies and detaining two company executives on charges of promoting price speculation.

    Other methods include the production and subsequent release of anti-capitalist Christmas carols urging businesses to lower the prices of goods, introducing a “socialist Barbie” sold at a tenth of its retail value, and threatening to arrest business owners who refuse to lower their prices for the holiday season.

    • Octopus says:

      “Socialist Barbie”…hyuk-hyuk! 😆

      What a commie shitshow down there. Where are Sean Penn and Michael Moore when their beloved country needs them?

  29. Koko says:


    “We are currently sitting on land stolen from indigenous people cultivated by Black people,” added Mbaye. “We have been here 400 years ago, we were here in 1968, we were here in 2015 in the Call for Unity and we are here now. Again. Fighting for the same rights in the same issues. That’s more than racism, that’s anti-Blackness.”

    The stated mission of Les Griots Violets is to “organize around the issues at Tulane University concerning Black students with the understanding that when Black people are free, everyone is free,” according to a petition circulated by the coalition, entitled, “Resolution to Establish Equity Fee at Tulane University.”

    Give me a break! Most the people on the planet have been oppressed, ejected, absorbed and/or enslaved by another group at some time or another. Even in comparatively recent times white people were subject to indentured servitude in Britain for centuries and in the colonies, as well. Before that Brittania was forcefully occupied and brutally subjugated by Rome which included slavery, capricious decrees, theft of land and other property and no doubt resulted in many innocent’s deaths, rapes and other egregious forms of injustice.

    In S. Africa groups moved into more beneficial areas pushing the original inhabitants out. Does this sound familiar? The original inhabitants of S. Africa, the Khoikhoi were pushed out by the more dominant Bantu speakers. AKA stealing their land as liberals describe the arrival of whites in America today. And relegating them to less fruitful arid regions. Despite the below white washing do you think they said “Here friend, let me help you pack up your belongings and show you and your lovely family to the road out to the arid regions”? I don’t think they left because they just didn’t feel popular anymore. These pinhead armchair anthropologists are oblivious to the brutality of any cultural confrontation. The American Indians may have lost but they got quite a pound of flesh going down in the way of brutal massacres. Which is to be expected and understood for a very resourceful, intelligent and prideful group. But at some point personal security becomes more important than lofty ideals of equating primitive cultures with a dominant expanding culture. And final acts of brutality was resorted to.

    Hitler was a fool who thought his Teutonic brethren were a dominant culture and hence entitled to attack peaceful nations. Instead he awoke a sleeping giant of superior resourcefulness, higher moral authority and unbending will.


    Prior to the arrival of European colonists, a variety of ethnic and linguistic groups lived in the southernmost region of the African continent. The earliest known inhabitants were the Khoisan peoples. The more egalitarian San lived by fishing, hunting, and gathering, while the more hierarchical Khoikhoi (“men of men”) were primarily herders. For centuries, they lived in small communities of 20 to 80 families related by blood and marriage; a male leader was marked by a degree of wealth, distinctive clothing, and in some cases several wives. While these groups once occupied much of what is today South Africa, newcomers migrating from other parts of Africa gradually displaced them. Over thousands of years, the newcomers integrated many San and Khoikhoi into their communities and pushed the remaining San to the most arid regions of the interior and the remaining Khoikhoi to the territory’s southwestern edge.

    The new arrivals were mostly farmers and herders who spoke languages from a large African language group known as Bantu. As the migrants settled in various parts of the territory, people living in close proximity gradually developed distinct languages and cultures, creating new ethnic groups. For example, the modern Zulu, Xhosa, Ndebele, and Swazi ethnic groups all trace their origins to an earlier group, known as the Nguni, and their languages today remain mutually understandable.

    • Octopus says:

      The first time I got a good education about the situation in South Africa was when we hired a South African girl as an au pair, when our kids were still young and we were working like dogs. Like working dogs, not the lazy princes we see lounging about the house these days. 😉

      She knew the whole story, including the part about the pygmy peoples who were genocided out of the region by the invading tribes, before the Afrikaaners or English came. She knew about the bad things done by the white police while the world decided to take the country away from them and give it to the black tribes. We only got the Mandela-Tutu side of the story over here, of course.

  30. Octopus says:


  31. Octopus says:

    If only Chonky and Gus had a “Happy Working Song” to help get the fetid bunker and filthy cluttered garage all spruced-up and ready for the holidays! 😄

  32. Octopus says:

    Your whole life is about projection, Fatass. Now you’re projecting your own problems onto The Evil Other. 😆

  33. Bunk X says:

    Stuff is going down. You wait.

  34. Octopus says:


    Why aren’t these Antifa goonboys being pursued and arrested by the FBI? The Portland Police have been neutered by an SJW mayor, but these shits are crossing state lines all over the place, and the FBI seems totally AWOL. Too busy investigating Trump?

    Also, Andy Ngo is a real American hero.

  35. rightymouse says:

    I hate to break it to you, Gussy, but that’s not privilege. A VW? Please. That’s called ‘being a responsible adult’. Grow up.

  36. Octopus says:


    Look at how eager the dimwits are to seize Bill Gates’s money! And they’re mad he “isn’t sure” if he should vote for Warren or Sanders. 😂

  37. Octopus says:

    Behar and Goldberg had the chutzpah to deny Behar’s blackface costume, even though they were laughing about it a few months back, on their own shitshow. 😂

    And Goldberg denied saying her own well-documented words, “It wasn’t rape-rape,” about when Polanski raped a little girl in the middle of a standard Hollywood party. 😂😂

    • Bunk X says:

      “I went as a beautiful African woman” but she wasn’t black. Got it.

      • Octopus says:

        The arrogance and gaslighting are stunning. And how stupid of them, to bring on a sharpie like Don, Jr. They thought they were going to gaslight HIM? 😆

        • Octopus says:

          The Idiot Left gives her a pass for saying this shit about Polanski? I’m so shocked. 😆

          Maybe Goldberg gets a pass because Polanski also sodomized the girl, who was crying and confused with a Quaalude in her. Yeah, that’s probably how her mind works.

        • Bunk X says:

          Whoopi got all humpy about it, too. She got called out on her own show.

          • Octopus says:

            She acts like she’s the Queen of Sheba on that show, whenever I see one of these clips. The ego has grown almost as much as her ass.

  38. Octopus says:


    It’s Waddling Orders, Fatass. Your marching days are well behind you. Stuck to the couch biologically, in fact.

  39. Octopus says:

    I like this cover of Ice Cube’s powerful song. Not many rap songs get covered by psychobilly shitkicker bands, or anyone else for that matter. My favorite line is “I tell ya life ain’t shit to fool with.” You can say that again, homiez.

    Up early in the morning, dressed in black
    Don’t ask why, ’cause I’m down in a suit and tie
    They killed a homie that I went to school with
    I tell ya life ain’t shit to fool with
    I still hear the screams of his mother
    While my nigga laid dead in the gutter
    And it’s getting to my temple
    Why is that the only time Black folks get to ride in a limo?
    It makes me so mad I want to get my sawed-off
    And have some bodies hauled off
    But no, I pay my respects and I’m through
    Hug my crew, and maybe shed a tear or two
    And I wanna get blitz
    Grab my 40 ounce and then I reminisce
    About a brother who had to be the one and only
    So I dedicate this to my dead homiez

    Another homie got murdered on a shakedown
    His mother is at the funeral, havin’ a nervous breakdown
    Two shots hit him in the face when they blasted
    A framed picture, closed casket
    A single file line about 50 cars long
    All drivin’ slow with their lights on
    He got a lot of flowers and a big wreath
    What good is that when you’re six feet deep?
    I look at this shit and gotta think to myself
    And thank God for my health
    No one really ever know
    When it’s gonna be they family on the front row
    So I take everything slow, go with the flow
    And shut my motherfuckin’ mouth if I don’t know
    ‘Cause that’s what Pops told me
    But I wish he could have said it…to my dead homiez

    I remember we painted our names on the wall for fun
    Now it’s “Rest in Peace” after every one
    Except me, but I ain’t the one to front
    Seems like I’m viewin’ a body after every month
    Plus, I knew him when he was yay big
    Pour beer on the curb before I take a swig
    But somethin’ ain’t right
    When it’s a tragedy, that’s the only time that the family’s tight
    Lovin’ each other in a caring mood
    There’s lots of people and lots of food
    They say “Be strong” and you’re tryin’
    But how strong can you be when you see your pops cryin’?
    So that’s why I’m so dressed up
    Because the city is so fuckin’ messed up
    And everyone is so phony
    Take a little time…to think about your dead homie

  40. Octopus says:

    Nutty weed-crazed Snoop Dogg has had his most famous song covered by every style of band. My two faves…

  41. Octopus says:

    Remember when Russell Crowe was one of the hottest actors in the world? Broke up Meg Ryan’s marriage and killed her career, pretty much? Fronted a rock band in his free time?

    Apparently, he got a copy of Chonky’s fitness plan , and went to town. 😱😂

    • rightymouse says:

      From Gladiator to Gladhe8her. Sad.

    • Koko like her men hairy and plump - more cushion for pushin’ says:

      LOL! He was on an episode of Pickers because he was selling off some of his memorabilia. Looked just like pictured here. Fat and quite pleased with himself, And was quite cordial to the guys. Seems like someone who doesn’t take himself or Hollyweird too seriously. At least not anymore. And possibly fun to go throw back a few brewskis with.

      • Octopus says:

        Further investigation reveals he’s gained weight for a role, if you can believe anything a PR firm says. That’s quite a gut. 😆

  42. Koko says:

    I like the Aussie and New Z. guys. They seem a lot like we American red blooded white guys. Most of us are fairly successful but completely oblivious that any one would view us as over privileged. Or resent us or envy us. We don’t get to be special or beautiful or any of that crap.

    Another of my favorites. If you haven’t seen The Boys series season 1 check it out. You won’t regret it.

  43. Koko says:


    Oh jeez. After Serena’s delusional rant this is starting to look like a pattern with black lady tennis player. An embarrassment to herself, her father/coach and all of we Americans.

  44. Koko says:


    Why does Californicate continue to elect leftist scum bags? Their once beautiful rich cities and convention destinations are now overrun with homeless drug addicts and illegal violent criminals. And are now shunned by horrified business people. You can’t buy a decent house for less than half a mill and gas is nearly double what we pay here in KY. There was a stastistic the other day that San Fransickos spend like 50 bucks a day commuting to work.

    • poteen2 says:

      The legalization of weed in CA was supposed to put the cartels out of business. They weren’t going to give up that market just cuz it’s legal.
      For all you pot smokers out there who are absolutely positive you know where your stuff comes from, you’re wrong.They took over domestic production years ago.
      Even what passes as legally grown and sold is run by Mexican gangsters. And it’s hardly organic. It’s all GMO and chemical engineering at it’s best.
      The days of the old gray haired leftover hippie grower are long gone.The hippies are still there, but they’re just the retail outlet of larger, meaner organizations.
      Legalizing it just brought more violence north.

  45. Koko says:


    But don’t be fooled. This is the hottest fall on record ever in history. Heat records are being broken daily. So throw out your coats and sweaters and scrap your furnaces.

  46. rightymouse says:

    What do I do when it snows like it did today?

  47. Koko says:

    I was driving home from the grocery and listening to our local 89.3 from Maple Knoll Village in Springfield, OH. They were playing this flowery square tune from an ancient Rogers and Hart musical entitled This Can’t Be Love. Nice song but this is my favorite version. As you may or may not know Thad Jones and Mel Lewis had a famous world renowned big band in NY that played every Monday night at the also famous Vangaurd jazz club where everyone who’s anyone in jazz have played there. I think the band still plays there despite Thad and Mel passing. In the late ‘80 I saw the big band there and then went back on Wed. to see tenor sax player Zoot Sims. I was never into Zoot because he was white and the name seemed kinda square like from the ‘20s. But like a lot of live music he was unbelievably good in person!

    The thing to note on this is this not their big band. It’s a quartet with Thad (trpt) Mel(drums), Harold Danko (pno) and the incomparable Rufus Reid on bass. They’re in Miami at some airport bar called The Airliner. Another thing to note is how Thad on trumpet functions like a part of the rhythm section.

    Other footnotes – Thad is brother to two other jazz legends. Pianist Hank Jones and drummer Elvin Jones. I believe he is no relation to Quincy Jones

    • Koko says:

      Another note. Thad was a trumpeter that came up with the Count Basie band in the ‘50s. But became famous as a compser/arranger. Really brilliant. We studied his charts in college. Particularly the of pads behind solos or solis and drop 2 and drop 4 voicings for solis (brass or woodwind) or full band shouts.

      • Bunk X says:

        That stuff always amazed me. “Here are some discordant chord patterns. Go.”

        • Octopus says:

          Music nerds. 😆

          No offense, but there’s a reason there are no radio stations that play this stuff, while the airwaves are populated by rock, pop, country, alt-rock, alt-country, smooth jazz, classical, urban r&b, and sports talk. That reason? Jazz gives most people a headache.

          • Koko says:

            😆🙏🏻 Love you for your honesty. I view it as a blessing that I can enjoy jazz plus all those other genres you mention. And I like that everyone’s open to sharing stuff they’ve enjoyed from Bach to Blues and Classic pop we grew up on and lost our innocence to and Puddles covers to Supersuckers. All good and great fun!

          • Bunk X says:

            Stan Kenton was a God.

          • Octopus says:

            I was just messing with you guys. I recognize the artistry of the great jazz musicians, and I actually like a lot of jazz music, which is a wide swathe of Americana’s best. I like some of every genre of music. Remember when Joe Piscopo put out an album of big band stuff, trying to sing like Frank? I even liked that. 😆

          • rightymouse says:

            Who was Stan Kenton?

          • Bunk X says:

            Righty– Stan Kenton was a God.

  48. Koko says:


    This guy is such a flip flopper. He’s as bad as Chonky except smart enough to figure out how to get paid. I watch Trump unscripted with the press every other day or so as he comes out to board the Marine One copter. He spars with them for 10 or 15 minutes usually and completely owns them. Mooch is the one that sounds deluded. The Donald summed him up perfectly as a “nervous wreck” who begged him for a job. After embarrassing himself and losing his communications director gig after a week and a half he should have gone back into the business world. Because this reinvention of himself as a Trump detractor reminds one of the Shrillbeast’s constant baseless whining about why she sucked as a candidate. He’s reminding every one that he couldn’t cut it, effed up and now his ego won’t let him go away quietly.

    Of course Chonky must be confused. He called him a mafioso because you know, hicks who watch too much TV think all Italians are part of the mob! But now he’s bashing Trump as demented and mentally deficient so Chonky must approve of that.

  49. Koko hurl says:


    Reagan was mostly snubbed. And the leftists running Californication have no commitment to democracy or freedom. Their commitment is to foreign invaders and drug addicts camping on their city streets.

    Saturday marks the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, and Pompeo was winding up a two-day trip to multiple cities and towns for commemorations.

    The gate, which was just on the East German side of the Wall, was the backdrop for Reagan’s 1987 speech in which he challenged Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev to go further with the reforms he was instituting.

    Reagan implored him: “If you seek liberalization, come here to this gate. Mr. Gorbachev, open this gate. Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall.”

    Pompeo praised Reagan for his bold defense of freedom, telling a gathering of politicians, diplomats, donors and others that the former president “courageously denounced the greatest threat to that freedom, the Soviet Empire, the Evil Empire.”

    German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas drew domestic and international flak recently for failing to mention Reagan — or any other American — in an op-ed published in 26 European newspapers focused on the fall of the Berlin Wall and collapse of communism.

    “Dear Minister Maas, on behalf of the late President Reagan, whom you don’t mention, and the millions of American Soldiers who served in West Germany along with your other NATO Allies, you’re welcome,” former U.S. Army Europe commander, retired Lt. Gen. Ben Hodges, wrote on Twitter.

    Maas sought to defuse the criticism Thursday at an event with Pompeo, saying “we owe you our freedom and unity to a decisive degree,” while singling out contributions from Reagan and former President George H.W. Bush.

    U.S. Ambassador Richard Grenell earlier this year opened a multimedia exhibit on the same terrace focusing on Reagan’s Brandenburg Gate speech, and said the statue was a tribute to a president whose “willingness to defend people seeking greater freedom around the world remains an inspiration today to Germans, Americans and every human being.”

    “As a Californian, I’m personally proud to have our former governor and president of the United States standing atop the Embassy, reminding visitors of America’s commitment to democracy and freedom,” he told The Associated Press.

  50. Koko says:


    Trump of course does the obvious. ASKS black Americans for their vote and kicking it off with a Black Voices for Trump Coalition event. Kentucky’s new Republican Attorney General Daniel Cameron (our first black American AG) was there to help kick it off.

    • rightymouse says:

      And Kanye is doing what he can as well to tell blacks not to vote for any Democrats.

      • Koko says:

        I gotta hand it to him. I had written him off as just a clown but he does surprise me and shows some kahunas.

        • Octopus says:

          I know! I’m going to download his latest album off of Pirate Bay, and listen to it during my morning workout Sunday morning. I like a few of his earlier songs, as my kids forced me to listen during their teenaged years, but I was all the way off the Kanye-train after the Katrina comments. I loved when he walked into that concrete post, during his paps-fighting daze. 😆 I don’t know what to think about this latest turn towards Jesus, but I’m willing to listen to his musical reaction. The guy definitely has cojones. Or else, he’s completely insane. Either way, he’s a spectacle.

  51. Koko says:


    So the Kochs and all these former Peezydunces use the term “immigrants” with no distinction between legal or documented visitors and people who climbed a fence with no money, no skills, can’t speak English, with sick kids and don’t have a pot to piss in. So of course they excluded Trump. And I’m sure Reagan wasn’t talking about border jumpers. The other idiots (Clinton, Obungle and GW Bush) probably were hopefully pandering for latino votes.

  52. Koko says:

    Where are all the Native Americans?

  53. Koko says:

    Commies including dimwit Hollyweirdo and embarrassment to her father’s memory and traitor to our service members Jane Fonda call for Trump to be impeached because he’s not an insane moron like they are.


    Also in attendance were Bernie backers Ben and Jerry, the ice cream multi-millionaires. They sold the business to huge multinational planet crapper Unilever so they’re now full time hypocritical moonbat wankers. They’ve white washed their image online but I have no doubt they have mulit-houses, multi-vehicles, private jets, big screen TVs in every room and many heated pools when they aren’t lounging on their yachts. It’s always the same with these rich liberal pinheads. Somebody else should drive a small crappy electric car with limited range and live in a tiny house and wipe their ass with one single sheet of toilet paper.

    • rightymouse says:

      Fonda & the other hypocrites are just squawking because Trump’s in the White House. They were **crickets** when Obama was there.

  54. Koko says:



    Once upon a time there was a homely Asian transgender person named Yellow Snow. Nothing that great happened to her because she wasn’t white and privileged and bigoted people didn’t trust her around children. Ivanka Trump got all her money and opportunities. Since she didn’t get any breaks in life she lived unhappily ever after and ended up in an early grave.

  55. Koko says:


    So these people reject all of the filthy pop lyrics that refer inartfully to sex? And all the rap lyrics that call women bitches and ho’s and clearly refer to pressuring women into putting out for a casual meaningless and degrading hookups?

    Blacks and whites all agree this man’s a genius of the English language and will be celebrated by future generations.


    “Bitch getter, hid in the bush like Margot Kidder
    Jumped out, killed the bitch and did her
    Used to let the babysitter suck my dick when I was littler
    Smoke a blunt while I’m titty-fucking Bette Midler”

    “Slap dips, support domestic violence
    Beat your bitch’s ass while your kids stare in silence”

    “Left the keys in the van, with a gat in each hand
    Went up in Eastland and shot a policeman
    Fuck a peace plan, if a citizen bystands
    The shit is in my hands, here’s your lifespan”

    “I’m the illest rapper to hold a cordless, patrolling corners
    Looking for hookers to punch in the mouth with a roll of quarters”

    “Met a retarded kid named Greg, with a wooden leg
    Snatched it off and beat him over the fucking head with the peg”

    “Doing too much rush had my face flushed like red blush
    Then I went to Jim Beam, that’s when my face grayed
    Went to gym in 8th grade, raped the women’s swim team
    Don’t take me for a joke, I’m no comedian”

    “…I told this bitch in gym class
    That she was too fat to swim laps, she need a Slim Fast
    (Who? Me?) Yeah, bitch, you so big
    You walked into Vic Tanny’s and stepped on Jenny Craig
    She picked me up to snap me like a skinny twig
    Put me in a headlock, then I thought of my guinea pig
    I felt the evilness and started transformin’
    It began stormin’, I heard a bunch of cheering fans swarmin’
    Grabbed that bitch by her hair, drug her across the ground
    And took her up to the highest diving board
    And tossed her down
    Sorry coach, it’s too late to tell me stop
    While I drop this bitch face down and watch her belly flop”

    • rightymouse says:

      Eminem is disgusting. Blech.

      • Octopus says:

        He got his, when he wasted an album going after Trump. The album sold zilch, and Em’s feewings were hurted. 😆

        I looked at his early albums as comedy, pretty much parody of gangsta rap, which is already a parody of itself. I could enjoy them on that basis, and get some laffs. And he turned out a few good ones, like “Lose Yourself” and “Stan.” I think he’s pretty much done as a force in pop music — time to get fat and even weirder, rocking on the porch of his mansion, dreaming of when he was popular.

  56. Koko says:


    Vicious moonbat freak Debra Messing calls for a shaming of The View (show with libturd women for libturd women) because those freaks weren’t vicious enough to Don Jr. and his spectacularly gorgeous fiance and super smart TV personality and journalist Kimberly Guilfoyle. I feel sorry for their PR people who realize they’ve alienated a LARGE potentially lucrative segment of possible viewers. Trump voters won’t watch that crap except to make fun of it. I suppose too the idiot Messing doesn’t suspect the reason her Will and Grace reboot bombed is because in addition to none of them being young and cute anymore the cast are all toxic libturds and she’s the worst and unhinged of all.

  57. Koko says:

    Hah! The poor pathetic Demoncraps just can’t separate themselves from the army of pathetic weirods they’ve managed to attract by going full on Commie. They want you to disregard your lying eyes that tell you THEY’RE the insane whackjob losetards. Not Trump who seems genuinely bemused and amused by their public figurative multiple acts of self immolation. Any idiot can see through their disingenuous unbacked lies. But like one of their STRONGEST candidates they double, triple, quadruple and quintuple down on dumbth time and again. Like the Klingons always fecklessly attacking the Federation unprepared. Or perhaps more appropriately in this case like the Nipponese throwing themselves into meat grinders of well hidden large caliber machine guns whilst impotently yelling their last word Banzai!


    Yah her name’s really Bandy Lee and she’s NOT a pr0n “actress”. (I put the quotes around actress because they aren’t acting, they’re actually screwing). Anyhoo it’s a great time to be alive and jobless! if you aren’t a liberal loser.

    Mark Levin crushed her on his radio show. She’s never spoken to Trump and never met him. She’s caught in lies almost immediately claiming to base her diagnosis on the Mueller report. Yet she’d already diagnosed him before that was released. She’s just a moonbat hiding behind questionable credentials. Decreeing capriciously that Donald Trump is unfit for office and a danger to the public.

  58. Koko says:


    Clearly we must impeach this lunatic. He seems to have no idea that business is bad, capitalism is crap, jobs are death and wealth is evil and corrupt. Stock market highs should only happen when …..shhhh Victoria whispers…theirs a communist living in the White House.

    What’s happened to our country?? We used to know that unemployment is a good thing! And that the economy can’t expand because….zero sum. It’s a proven fact that blacks can’t be fully employed and financially solvent because then they’d ….oh wait. Change the subject. We understood that the NRA causes shooting deaths of drug gangsters in Chicago. Everyone knew you borrow money to get a professional degree so you can be a sarcastic and deflated bartender. You send your little girl to the bathroom so she can meet the nice bearded lady in a dress and sit on her lap. Queer is cool and hetero is a sickness. You didn’t build that business so stop being proud of self reliance. You need to sit down and shut up so you can learn from people from the ghetto. The MEXICAN ghetto!

  59. Koko says:

    Is this like a thing now? I thought she was a comedian. This broad talks about going to some therapy type of group masterbation thing. And blathers about her vulnerability or something whilst clearly needing some kind of exhibitionist validation from strangers. You could have stayed home and wanked off lady and not felt weird. I wasted about 20 minutes hoping there was going to be a punch line. But no this idiot really honestly thought that wanking in public would somehow be some life instructive event. Instead of the obvious….trying to get off while other people are looking at you which naturally makes you a little self conscious to say the least. And there are others videos in this same vein with other broads. So I guess it is a thing. Gawd what next?

  60. Abu penis penis penis lol says:

    The Detroit Lions will be without QB Matthew Stafford which gives my awful Chicago Bears a chance today. I fear this will be a real stinker, eh Octo? 💩

    • Octopus says:

      These are two troubled teams, for sure. I thought Chicago was going to be beastly this year, after last year’s fine season (until the last game…ouch). They’re making our defense look pretty good so far, which isn’t easy to do.

      Stafford’s Ironman streak is over, and I see that as a good thing. He’s had back-issues for two years running, and should have sat out the end of last season, giving us better draft-position and whatnot. That won’t be an issue this year, as it grinds to an ugly close.

  61. Octopus says:

    Just a quick note, before I try to rake all the frickin’ leaves before the Big Game against Da Bears — Kanye’s gospel album is raw and beautiful, in its own way. Real feelings, real thoughts about God, and some very appealing music from across the spectrum of hip-hop and gospel. So, don’t hate. Give it a listen. 🙂

    Also, I’ll be rooting for Da Bears today. We need to clean house again, in Detroit. The “Patriot Way” is a disaster here, as it has been everywhere else except New England, where they happen to have Brady and Belichick.

    • rightymouse says:

      Thanks for the recommendation. I’ll listen to some of his music. 🙂

      • Octopus says:

        He’s going through an interesting phase. “I’m not a theologian, I’m a recent convert.” Such candid comments are all through his recent interviews.

        He’s his own man, and he’s free from the plantation. He’s gone Blexit. You have to like it. 🙂

  62. Octopus says:

    Me likey. 🙂

  63. Octopus says:

    Thanks for retweeting that, Gus. Reminds me of you and Chonky, in happier days. 😆

  64. Octopus says:

    Yeah, a cult of people who tell the truth. Pretty awesome they still exist. 🙂

  65. Octopus says:

    I was wondering if OJ’s Twitter was catching on, and damned if he isn’t on the verge of topping a million followers. A slasher-murderer is far more popular than Fatass.


  66. Octopus says:

    That’s Lewis Black the dedicated socialist “comedian.” Fine source, Fatass.

  67. Octopus says:

    Erm…your erstwhile buddy Chonky lasted until 2009, on that bandwagon. You should tweet something pithy about him. 😄

    • Koko says:

      Great point. If it’s telling about GG then what does that say about our overbearing and overeating former blogster Daddy-0 Fatso MacJohnson? Hmmmmm? 🤓

  68. Octopus says:

    “Con?” How so, Fatass? There’s a transcript out there for anyone to read. Don’t you need a little subterfuge, for a con?

  69. Octopus says:

    Something to like in every genre of music. 😃

  70. Octopus says:

    Even this! 😂

  71. Octopus says:

    But…what if you need an abortion?! 😱

    It could happen, for Chonky. He’s already started menstruating. I mean, there’s a lot of blood in his stool.

    • rightymouse says:

      Fatso needs to stock up on pads & tampons!

      • Octopus says:

        The couch is already soaked. He needs a community intervention. And some chocolate, with chamomile tea to soothe his ragged nerves.

    • Koko says:

      Note Chonky had no problem with 0bungle’s mediocre clown choices. Picked solely for sexual orientation, gender, support of illegal invasion and baby killing. Now he grouses that the it reflects the wishes of the nation to be balanced.

  72. Octopus says:


    • Abu says:


      Are the leaves raked?

      • Octopus says:

        The leaves are totally raked, thanks to me bailing out of the Lions game at the half. It didn’t take any genius to see where this one was headed, after that late first-half drive. I didn’t want to jinx the Bears’ win by rooting for them, as any team I root for dies a horrid death.

        Unfortunately, a couple of my trees still have leaves on them. Stubborn pricks! Oh, well. They can hang out until spring. Or maybe a good stiff arctic breeze will blow them into my neighbor’s yard. 🙂

        • Koko says:

          That’s great that you got some exercise. Ive been there so many times too where you start wanting your team to lose just so you can be right in your pessimism. Not healthy. 😁

  73. Octopus says:

    I need one of these for the foyer.

  74. windbag says:

    44 years ago today.

    • Koko says:

      Wow. Remarkable there were non-military jobs that recently that you can know by noon you’re probably not getting out alive today. I mean they didn’t bother making supper..

  75. Koko says:

    They are age old questions that football fans have asked in anguish and desperation as they see their teams humiliated each week and their seasons going up in flames due to injuries, bad coaching and horrendous playing.

    Could things get any worse if we fired the coach?
    Could things get any worse if we sat the starting QB (after firing the coach)

    You can thank the Cincinnati Bengals now for answering that question for disgusted and surrendered fans everywherre.

    The answer is yes.

    Also we’re in the urban dictionary!


    • Octopus says:

      So true. Some of our teams are cursed, and will never win, no matter how many seasons they tank, high draft-picks they acquire, coaches they fire, or fans they drive into an early grave. The Bungles, the Lions, the Browns, and a couple of others nearly as bad. The rest of the teams go through up and down cycles, and rise up to make the Super Bowl occasionally, where they lose to the Patriots. It’s beyond maddening.

      • Koko says:

        I shouldn’t be such a Debbie Downer. Some great coaches have started like this so I’m willing to give Zach a chance. But it’s playing havoc with my inner sarcastic jokester. I mean our opponent Sunday punted for the first time in like the fourth quarter. Their defense alone were credited with 2 touchdowns by that point.

  76. Koko - genius investing gorilla guru LOL says:


    It’s called Google Glass. One of the reasons I kept my Dad’s inheritance $ in Google. Turned out I was wrong then about Google Glass ( but happily not Google/Alphabet itself). They rec’vd a lot of bad press about privacy. People were confronting beta users in public telling them to stop recording and threatening them with violence. All forgotten now by Drudge who carried those stories and seemed to then gleefully torpedo it. I typically avoid single stock investments but Goog has coals in many fires which accomplishes some diversification under that one roof. Still risky though. I’ve also seen a lot of unrealized gains in the tech sector where I still have most of my holdings. I’m not licensed so don’t take my word but like soap, deodorant, shampoo and TP we’re always going to need tech.