Flattening The Curve: LGF Traffic Down 65%

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  1. rightymouse says:

    His begging bowl is gathering dust & cobwebs as well.

    $10,595 raised of $20,000 goal
    Last donation:
    24 d

    • Octopus says:

      That same self-donation looks so sad, after a month. His begging bowl is a complete disaster, just like his dead-ass blog, and very unpopular Twitterwar. 😦

  2. rightymouse says:

    Bunk – have been meaning to ask for an update on your sis. Any news?

    • Bunk X says:

      Righty– She had her colostomy removed, but there was a leak and she went into in septic shock. She’s still in ICU on a ventilator (day 8), undergoing dialysis and she’s not snapping out of it. Sometimes she wakes up but is non-responsive. Long-term dialysis is likely, as is a tracheotomy with a ventilator and monitor nurse, and this morning two doctors said we’ll need to make a decision on or about Monday…

  3. rightymouse says:

    What happened to “MUTE”?? Idiot.

    • Octopus says:

      That’s all bullshit, anyway. Nobody is “swarming” Fatass’s deadass blog. He can barely get anyone to respond to any of his recycled glurge, positively or otherwise. He gets less attention than a gnat in an angry swarm of hornets.

  4. rightymouse says:

    Sure. Asshole.

    • Octopus says:


    • OLT's WuFluBlues says:

      I would never say that, you creepy, aging stalker.

      The “Democrats” are magnitudes WORSE than even your least-false anti-Trump whining.


  5. Octopus says:

    This model applies to most of the Liberal Media Establishment, with slight adjustments in focus and dildo. 😂

  6. Octopus says:

    Well, we have our first family member positive for Covid-19. My wife’s first cousin had to be tested as his mother was about to go in for surgery, and he was feeling ill. He’s got it, and her surgery has been cancelled until she can be cleared. She has cancer, so that’s not great. He caught it in Cape Coral, FL, where he spends most of the winter. My sister also has a home there, and she’s been posting all week about the whole thing being overblown. Umm…

    • rightymouse says:

      I pray for full recovery!!

      • Octopus says:

        Now my daughter has been laid off, as the counseling center she works at has been mostly shut down, except for emergencies. The angst is through the roof. I may need counseling soon.

        • Koko says:

          Argh. For some this cure of shutting down the economy might be worse than the illness. It’s amazing how quickly things have degraded economically. Back in late Feb we were still expecting a relatively minor stock market hit and quick recovery. Now we’re facing the prospect of whole industries facing insolvency. I remember making a sarcastic joke here about Boeing probably not going out of business due to it’s Supermax 737 problems. Now, without a $60 billion bailout they probably are facing bankruptcy! The entire travel and leisure industry is bent.

          I bought a car on Mar 2nd. A 2019 Kia Soul with only 8900 miles. I got a good price and got about $400 off because I was paying cash. But the greedy pig in me is thinking had I known then, just a little over 2 weeks ago what I know now, I might have gotten thousands off.

          • rightymouse says:

            We never buy new cars as they depreciate too much as soon as you drive them off the lot. But we do pay cash for our cars too – we despise monthly payments & comprehensive insurance. I bought a returned lease last year – 2016 Honda CR-V. Had about 30K miles on it. Paid under Blue Book value.

    • Koko says:

      Lousy news. Hope he recovers quickly and his mother doesn’t get sick too.

      We had a minor scare last week. My daughter was informed one of her classmates had been near someone with the virus. It appears she hasn’t gotten sick nor anyone else in the class so it was just a close call. My wife knows a woman with a bad respiratory infection who got tested but we haven’t heard anything new in days. My wife hasn’t actually been physically around her since mid-December. They’d just been texting.

  7. Octopus says:

    Oh, how we’ve missed you, Fauxcahontas! 😄

    • ISTE says:

      Yeah, great idea. make millions of ventilators. They are easy to use, even at home.

      All you have to do is ram a tube down your throat, connect the tube to a fancy pipe that goes to the ventilator, Plug the ventilator power cord into a wall socket. Not just any wall socket but one connecting to a standby/backup generator system. Then press the fucking “GO VENTILATE ME” button and off we go. Ventilated!

      It is more than just mass producing the equipment. Without trained staff the equipment is useless.

      Just focusing on the mechanical aspect is a waste of time. The total requirement needs to be addressed.

      Start now intensively training qualified nurses in specific skills to combat this pandemic and also “fast track” current student nurses so they can pick up some of the regular workload in hospitals.

      The big picture needs to be looked at, not just mass producing ventilators.

      • Bunk X says:

        What is worse – a lot of people getting sick with a large (+90%?) survival rate or destroying the US (and global) economy?

        • Bunk X says:

          Our office is on shut down, but we can work from home. Unfortunately projects are being cancelled, including the one I’m currently working on.

          Overwhelm the system, said Alinsky.

          • Abu Don’t Wanna Work From Home says:

            Agreed it’s the economy they want to destroy. Question now is how long do the sheeple take this loss of freedom?
            I have this Friday in the office pool.

            So far it looks like I’ll be working from the office come Monday.🤞🏻🤞🏻🤞🏻 I have 2 large monitors and snacks. Work comp emergency hearing begin Monday. Got that email yesterday. Plus every good drive-thru found in IL nearby and light traffic.

        • ISTE says:

          You must have been listening to a real life, face to face conversation I had with someone today.


          “Never in the history of mankind has so much been owed by so many to so few”

          But that ain’t happening. We are all going down.

  8. Octopus says:

    Oldie-but-truey. 😆

    • Octopus says:

      Try it again — works on Youtube, so it hasn’t been deleted.

      • Octopus says:

        Notice a certain uncanny resemblance to anybody? Anybody at all?

        — hipster hair
        — pale milky basement complexion
        — fat

      • ISTE says:

        Cool accent!

        • Octopus says:

          He’s got that Sheffield thing going. Bit of steel in his voice. 🙂

          • ISTE says:

            And if he was from 16 miles further North he would have a perfect accent. Coal and glass. Also a hint of beer.

            ( Barnsley Yorkshire )


            Also Brass Bands!

            A good movie if you can find it to stream is…. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CTTS1V2XWO8 and it shows the decline of the coal mining industry in the North of England and the impact it had on a community who relied on the mines. Shot on location in Grimethorpe on the outskirts of Barnsley.

            Now, not wanting to post yet another link in case spam catcher gets me but the British film “The Full Monty” is in the same genre and details the impact of the decline of the steel industry in the Sheffield area on the workers.

          • ISTE says:

            Also for either film translation services can be provided. 🙂

            Another film that depicts where I grew up, and filmed at exactly the same time as I was there is “Kes” ( 1969 )The high school featured was a few miles from my high school and many of the actors were not in fact actors as such but real people being themselves.

            So, if you can find it on your streaming service and are bored then give the film a look.

            And if you watch it to the end, I do not care who you are and how tough you are, you are going to cry.

          • Koko says:

            Looks like a good one to checkout. From Ken Loach. Who appears to be both high quality and prolific. Apparently he’s avoided Hollyweird. Born in ’36, still making movies. His son (coincidentally born in ’69 when Kes was made) is also a director. He did two episodes of “Tin Star” for I think Amazon. A show I initially liked but I felt went off the rails story-wise in the second season.


            Among his IDMb trivia says he studied law at Oxford and is a “loyal supporter of Bath City FC” LOL!

            I’ve been to Bath in county Somerset to see the baths (thermae) the Romans built over the hot springs .

  9. windbag says:

    His traffic count seems inversely proportional to his weight.

  10. Koko says:


    Larry nails it of course. Too it’s rather absurd that millionaire celebutards are singing a song written by another millionaire celebutard while camped out on the floor of his NY mansion after first selling millions of record at profit in a capitalist system. A song about a communistic dream world where everyone’s a hippie globalist and all traditional values and identities have been thrown out. And presumably everyone’s equal and no one has millions hoarded in a bank account and not really sharing it like everyone in that stupid, hideously bad singing video.

    Lennon stated: “‘Imagine’, which says: ‘Imagine that there was no more religion, no more country, no more politics,’ is virtually the Communist Manifesto, even though I’m not particularly a Communist and I do not belong to any movement.”


    • Koko says:

      • rightymouse says:

        I want to see these assholes out in the streets actually helping those less fortunate.

        • Octopus says:

          Gross! The worst part is that it’s all the same hysterical Trump-badgers, and they’re all trying to show off their singing chops, as if they have any. EW! So needy. So stupid. 😂

  11. Koko says:

    Wow. it’s doubtful the Chinese TV network was trying to infect Italy, but shows how callous and uncaring the government is to let them do such a thing. And how the Chinese people have themselves been lied to about the seriousness of the virus.


    As far as I’ve heard, everything Tucker says here is true. Of course he’s being denounced as an anti-Chinese racist bigot for stating the exact truth. Namely that the lying deceitful Chicoms are squarely to blame for allowing this to become a global pandemic.

  12. Koko says:


    Ha! Clinton bashed Trump so ridiculously and unfairly that the Chinese heartily agreed! And even brazenly piled on saying Trump’s just trying to hide his failed response to the global pandemic which need never have happened had they not lied for weeks. Should come in handy in campaign ads should the old crook try to run again.

  13. Koko says:

    Ha ha. The butt hurt. IT BURNS!!! 💥💥💥💥


    The butt hurt snowflakes are appealing to the drive by media to stop airing Trump briefing because ya know, he’s KERRRKAAAZY and going to get people killed. Evidently by shoving his foot up NBC’s fake news hacks asses. In reality it has to do with this:


    IOW the country trusts Trump and not Fake News scumbags.

    And interferes with their latest fake narrative marching orders to use this in every story: “Administration incompetence and failure to respond to the pandemic.” WaPo, CNN, NY Slimes, and NBC news had all done stories using this in some form and saying Trump is lying in these briefings before today’s blowup. https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/white-house/trump-s-coronavirus-claims-haven-t-matched-response-reality-n1164041

    It’s no wonder he was in no mood to suffer Peter Alexander’s pathetic passive/aggressive accusation lamely framed like a question.

  14. Bunk X says:

    I want to feel like this song sounds.

  15. Koko says:


    Another brilliant observation from AOC. Apparently she got this on in before the handlers could stop her.

  16. Koko says:

    Joe Biden goes to the store:

    Oh My!

    I just got an urgent text from Joe Biden!

    He said:

    ”Guys don’t be fooled! I was told a mask and gloves is enough to go to the store, but when I got there people were also wearing pants and shirts”

  17. Koko says:


    Chonky seems to not notice that his new favorite candidate whom he was very impressed by at the last debate has more or less disappeared from sight. What little he’s said is either gaffes


    Just how out of it is Joe?

    When asked what he was planning on doing he told reporters on a press call that he was looking into the question, that they were trying to set things up, but that that was “above my paygrade.” They tell me there’s ways we can do teleconferencing via us all being in different locations,” Biden said, according to the Washington Examiner.

    Ya think? Nice to come up to speed, there, Joe. Really? He didn’t know about teleconferencing? I suppose we’re fortunate that he didn’t start talking about record players again.
    or proposing coronavirus response steps Trump has already initiated.

    Or plaigerizing Trump’s completed corona virus responses as his own proposals – reported by Dan Bongino on Hannity earlier.

    • Octopus says:

      Biden is a basket case. They’re trying to hide him to limit the damage, but he keeps wandering off and running into cameras on his way to “O.J. Simpson’s party,” or something similarly deranged and unpossible. 😂😢

  18. Octopus says:


    This whole story is more cringe-y than “My Big Fat Fabulous Life,” which in turn is more cringe-y than Chonky shopping at Walmart’s in a thong mankini. 😱

    She’s a “fat activist,” you guys. You’re both humiliating yourselves in front of the whole world. Just stop.

  19. Octopus says:

    How long is this social distancing supposed to last, anyway? My wife keeps trying to come in the house.

  20. Koko says:


    An incredibly weak appeal to boycott the President’s daily COVID-19 briefings from Jeff Bezos partisan bird cage liner. It’s a pathetic rant by a typical snowflake Media Editor who’s previous position was Public Editor of the NY Slimes. Yeah, talk about incestuous. I’ll LMAO if any of the networks or cable news actually do it, sending everyone to Fox News or to OANN. I think Zucker will take the bait and maybe NBC and it’s AMESS radical left affiliate.

  21. Koko says:


    Apparently Israel has forgiven us for 0bungle’s 8 years of disrespecting them and instead fawning over other Isreal haters in the Mideast who want them exterminated.

    • Octopus says:

      Rosanna Arquette, one of the idiotic “Imagine”-singers, hardest hit by this display of Israeli charity.

  22. Octopus says:


    Killer-thug is back! His Nice Guy-persona can only last so long, before it cracks and Mr. Stabby pops out. Put his old ass back in jail, before he kills again.

  23. Bunk X says:

    Heh. Just checked Alexa again. In two days LGF dropped another 1.3K in rank.

  24. Koko says:

    Chonk is showing his true white supremacist sentiments. Calls black people enjoying outside basketball “dumb asses”.

    Racist meter rating:

    old white man
    + calls black people dumb asses

  25. Koko says:

    Oh my gosh! Let me get this straight. You used to be able to hand write extremely fast. But it was still legible????? That is so very interesting.

    • Octopus says:

      The Costco near my house got a shipment, and now has TP up the wazoo. They’re limiting sales to one package per person, for the time being, to thwart crazy hoarders.

  26. Koko says:


    Oh crap. The Feds just set aside $10 billion for fiduciaries who’s money markets are short of cash and can’t liquidate assets fast enough. They’re thinking that’s for smaller houses. Not for chrissakes Goldman Sachs!!! These are funds when you want to temporarily move into cash. They’re not really cash but they’re cash-like. Assets are considered short term and easily liquid. They maintain a NAV of $1.00. They used to give a decent interest rate like 25 years ago but now days with interest rates around 0 all the time they barely keep up with inflation. If they can’t meet their cash obligations as people dump stock and bond funds then they break their $ NAV (net asset value). Which is a total shit show for an investor who thought I was safe. Er…. I mean said hypothetical investor whom he or she thought they were safe. LOL! But it’s like a run on the bank.

    Seriously I SHOULD be safe as I’m in a gubmint cash reserves fund with a company who used to employ me who’s name starts with an F and ends with a Y. During the last crisis my company could pay everyone their jack 7 times over before crying Uncle. I was reading about this the other day and they say all the big reputable houses like Vanguard or TIAA or GS or starts with an F, ends with a Y – the very last thing they would ever want is to break that buck in the MM funds and other cash like vehicles. What we used to call “reputational risk”. Yeah reputational isn’t a word – it’s biz speak for they don’t trust their money with you. But then we all thought 2008 was the biggest clusterfuck that could happen.

    Golly I keep getting to see horrible shocking things in life that I was really hoping I would die before they ever happen. Jim Jones. 9/11. Iraq lighting it’s oil on fire to spite the world. A quake/tsunami that casually takes 230,000 lives in a beautiful tropical paradise morning in Indonesia. The 2008 bad mortgage derivatives bank crisis shit show. A quake/tsunami that kills upwards of 20,000 in Japan AND causes a nuclear China Syndrome problem that is intractable to this day. Even robots get burnt up by the radiation pouring out of those reactors, they don’t say it but no one really knows where those cores are and radiation continues to contaminate the sea.

    Well what’s next? I’m up for anything now! Perhaps Yellowstone could go super volcano and finish us off? How ’bout a nice planet killer sent with Love and Kisses 😘🥰 from the Kuiper belt? Who wants to die quietly morphined up in a Hospice bed somewhere?? Not me. I’d much rather be trudging through a nuclear winter fallout with my radiation poisoned family and dog searching for food and hoping not to get shot by the armed roving bands. Now that’s livin’!!

  27. windbag says:

    I kept expecting someone to rush the stage and attempt to behead this guy.

  28. Octopus says:

    We have snow coming tonight, and then a big warm-up through the week. Hoping it’s the last gasp of the Old Man.

    • rightymouse says:

      We have rain on the forecast for tonight & tomorrow.
      Meanwhile, I made a curry last night & hubby has asked for meatloaf tonight. We’re eating just fine.
      Have you let your wife in the house yet?

      • Octopus says:

        She’s in. How could I keep her out there, with the temps in the low-20’s last night? That would be wrong. Our snow tonight is supposed to turn to rain sometime tomorrow, which will be lovely — I had big plans for some early yardwork. Oh well! 😆

        We’re going Americano with steak and baked potatoes tonight. I’ve been trying to stick to a strict diet and exercise program, so I need the beef. Even though we just finished the pot roast, yesterday. RED MEAT!1!

  29. Octopus says:

    This is actually sad. 😦

    Another moment of clarity, for poor Gus. You can still turn your life around, son. Go to a meeting — they’re filled with people who once were as bad or worse off than you.

  30. rightymouse says:

  31. Abu says:

    Woo-hoo! I’m still an essential employee (lol, I know) am allowed in the office. Plan is the whittle down the number until it’s manager, one other and me.

    Snowing here but not heavily.

  32. rightymouse says:

    Excellent for you! 🙂
    No snow here. Rain forecasted tonight and tomorrow.

  33. Octopus says:

    I have to give my daughter credit. After getting laid-off Friday and going on a self-pity bender for the evening, she’s reconciled herself to the 120-day “vacation,” and has a plan. She’s going to spend the days studying for the accreditation exam, which will give her a license and higher pay eventually. She also got a job writing scripts for a guy she used to work for, who does half-hour webinars — she gets $100 each, and he needs five in the next five weeks, so at least she’ll have something to augment her unemployment pay, which is about 60% of her regular pay.

    So, she’s living and learning. That’s what these “life tests” are for.

    • Koko says:

      That’s good news. A job in the hand is always desired. But sometimes an unwanted change can bring better things. I knew a guy at my old employer who failed his series 6 exam that we all had to take. So they couldn’t put him on the phones to make investment changes. Instead he seemed promising and they put him in back office operations where he did fine. Eventually he ended up a highly regarded and well paid business analyst. I worked on a lot of projects with him. He also used to do triathlons. He stopped training for awhile and decided he wanted to get back into shape. He told me – I started my running by running down to our church, meeting my wife and getting a ride back. I said How far? He said that’s about 11 or 12 miles, you think that’s enough? I said Bill I’m lucky to run that much in a week. LOL 🙂

  34. Octopus says:

    He is talking about himself, isn’t he?


  35. Octopus says:

    Now he’s sucking up to Markos “Screw ‘Em” Moulitsas. No, Chonky. They will NEVER accept you. Not in a million years. 😢

  36. ISTE says:

    Bad news regarding the kittens. They now both weigh the same and look the same. The only way I could tell them apart was that Kitten one weighed about an ounce more than Kitten two. Today I finally decided to take a look at the South end ( as in the South end of a Northbound cat ) and they are both boys.

    Now, you are thinking there must be some way of telling them apart. Well you are correct, one of them has a very slight droop at the tip of his left ear, sometimes….

    No, it is not that easy, I have a strange feeling that they BOTH have the same occasional ear tip droop. I think they are not just twins they are identical twins.

    Why is this important you may ask. Well I would really like to know which one climbed into my bed last night and took a shit.

    5 weeks old, not litter box trained yet, but they both have a sense of humour.

    • Octopus says:

      The one that shit the bed is funny, but the other one, the one that put him up to it, is the evil comic mastermind. 😆

      • ISTE says:

        And no way of telling which one is who.

        Kind of like you cannot convict an identical twin on murder charge based on DNA evidence. LOL

        • Octopus says:

          You should do DNA swabs of both of these rascals before you release them into the world. Just in case there’s any trouble down the road.

        • rightymouse says:

          You’re going to give up your babies?? Meanie!! You’re the only Daddy they’ve ever known and loved. 😦

          • Octopus says:

            I was gonna say that, but I feel the man is probably torn up about it enough, like a young unwed mother who is giving up her baby for adoption because her own circumstances aren’t stable enough for an infant.

          • rightymouse says:

            No. He needs a major man-up guilt trip in his face. Grrrrr!

  37. dezzez says:

    “Gee, these guys are too stupid to remember I said really foul things about em, right”

    Kiss that ass fat boy, its your only hope.

    • Octopus says:

      Again…WHAT misinformation? Can’t you come up with ONE piece of evidence, before making another baseless charge against our Great President?

    • Koko says:

      They sound like a couple of fruits. I’m sure Markos ignores him, having not forgotten what a prick he was too him for years.

      • Octopus says:

        Markos is a millionaire, basking in the glow of his internet success, living a prosperous life in Berkeley, CA. He won bigly, the Greek freak, betting on moonbat-futures when you could buy in for a nickel.

        Chonky? Well…the opposite line, on the Big Corporate Graph. The line that goes from way up, to WAY down, almost overnight. The Sad Line. 😢

  38. ISTE says:

    Five weeks and two days. Only two weeks until they get put in a cardboard box and dumped at the animal shelter.

  39. ISTE says:

    Bookmarked because I like Crazy Frog.

  40. ISTE says:

    Continuing the Crazy Frog theme. This is what Americans saw.

  41. ISTE says:

    This is what the rest of the world saw. Yep Crazy Frog identifies as male.

  42. Octopus says:

    The thing is, Fatass, he’s 100% correct about this. His approval-ratings continue to climb, even as the public’s distrust and disdain of the media grows to all-time levels. So…who’s sundowning? Not him. Your enormous, futon-fused ass. 😂

    • rightymouse says:

      Trump is bailing out California and all Fatso can do is whine. What an asshole.

    • dezzez says:

      Wheels are coming off, walls are closing in, falling apart.
      Gee Chuck, maybe if you change to a new metaphor , people wont notice you have said this shit 5 times a day every day for the last 38 months.

      • Octopus says:

        Something Chonky can relate to:

        • Bunk X says:

          00698105 10878 45 Charles Sun, May 2, 2004 10:58:51am

          Inside the Whale wrote:

          You’re dissing my lousy Shimano derailleur!

          No! Shimano derailleurs are fine, top-notch in fact. But the wheels that came on my bike are another story. I’ll keep them as spares (after replacing all the spokes), but in my opinion the WH-R540 wheelset has a serious design flaw — the way the spoke enters the side of the rim — that makes them unreliable for daily use.

  43. Octopus says:

    It’s kind of odd to consider, that while most of the country chafes under the new restrictions on going out and interacting with other humans, for Chonky, it’s normal daily life. Think about that fact, when you read his blather about what the rest of us are dealing with.

  44. Octopus says:

    It was so clear what the shithead reporter was trying to do here, the Idiot Left had to spend the whole weekend defending him. The Nevertrumpers, too. American approval of Trump’s handling of the crisis went up a couple of more points.

    Btw, where is Joe Biden? Is he still alive? 😂

  45. Octopus says:


    You’re a stupid turd and a hack. 😂

  46. Octopus says:


  47. Octopus says:


    • dezzez says:

      “We want free shit”
      Chuck (white trash) Johnson

      • dezzez says:

        It never occurs to dim bulbs like Chuck that bankrupting water, gas and electric companies will throw his fat lazy ass back into the stone age faster than he can say “I hocked my guitar for cheese puffs”

        • Octopus says:

          Re: Chonky’s Incessant Whining

          “ Nobody likes a whiner. Nobody. Whining accomplishes nothing. It doesn’t create anything. It doesn’t build anything. It doesn’t solve anything. It’s just a useless reaction to real problems. We live in a world where people are increasingly making demands for things they’re unwilling to work for, forgetting that we, as Americans, are guaranteed the pursuit of happiness, not happiness itself. You have to work for it. You have to hustle. You have to accept that nothing good comes without failure. Whining is simply a result of high expectations and low output. This is something we’re supposed to grow out of by the time we reach our adult years. Sadly, this isn’t the case for everyone. Sometimes people just need to be reminded to stop whining. Don’t be a whiner. Be a doer. Let the whiners fall behind as you move forward.”
          — RangerUp

          Note: This applies to Gus, too.

  48. Octopus says:

    Odd that Ace’s Overnight Thread featured a story ripped from the DoD headlines. 😃

  49. Octopus says:

    Chonky’s spirit-animal trying to buy up all the Dew. 😂

    • rightymouse says:

      Those were some fat asses too! 😯

      • Octopus says:

        That’s a lot of sugar they’re on-boarding! 😂

        And clearly, too much caffeine. Chill the eff out, Chubbies!

        • rightymouse says:

          I don’t think I’ve ever tried a Mountain Dew. Don’t think I will now for sure! 😆

          • Octopus says:

            A cold Diet Mountain Dew is a refreshing drink, on a hot summer’s day. Fizzy goodness!

            I don’t drink much pop these days, with or without sugar. Usually way too sweet for my gnarled, jaded tastebuds. An iced coffee is more to my liking, if I need the caffeine.

  50. rightymouse says:

    Preach it, Brutha!!! 🙂

  51. rightymouse says:

    Welcome, girlfriend! 🙂

    • OLT's Eric, I think you Schiffed your pants says:

      Wow. Even I have voted for Democrats in the past … think much, Dr. ?

      /Of course, after 2016 – present, I have not (and will not) ever vote for a Dem again in my life

      • rightymouse says:

        I haven’t voted for a Donkey since 9/11. And I ain’t turning back.

        • Octopus says:

          Same here.

          • Octopus says:

            Gore was the last Dem I voted for. Everyday I slap myself, for being so stupid. 😂

          • poteen2 says:

            I was born and raised a democrat. First Pres election was 72. Voted Nixon. Moved to CA in 75 and reregistered as a Republican. Why? My Grandfather Poteen, a lifelong Railroad man on the Illinois Central, has voted democrat in every election,,,,,, for over 100 years.

        • Bunk X says:

          True convo:

          The missus: “So who are you voting for in November?”

          Neighbor: “Joe Biden.”

          The missus: “What about the Biden family corruption scandals?”

          Neightbor: “I don’t follow politics.”

  52. Octopus says:

    You only GET debunked, Fatass. You’ve never debunked anyone else. 😂

    • Koko says:

      Cuomo is throwing a fit about Trump not using wartime powers to make some herculean effort to help NY only. The reason he was throwing a fit is because he doesn’t want this from 2015 to come out.


      …After learning that the state’s stockpile of medical equipment had 16,000 fewer ventilators than New Yorkers would need in a severe pandemic, Gov. Andrew Cuomo came to a fork in the road in 2015. He could have chosen to buy more ventilators. Instead, he asked his health commissioner, Howard Zucker to assemble a task force and draft rules for rationing the ventilators they already had.

      That task force came up with rules that will be imposed when ventilators run short. Patients assigned a red code will have the highest access, and other patients will be assigned green, yellow or blue (the worst) depending on a “triage officer’s” decision. In truth, a death officer. Let’s not sugarcoat it. It won’t be up to your own doctor.

      Cuomo could have purchased the additional 16,000 needed ventilators for $36,000 apiece or a total of $576 million in 2015. It’s a lot of money but less than the $750 million he threw away on a boondoggle “Buffalo Billion” solar panel factory. When it comes to state budget priorities, spending half a percent of the budget on ventilators is a no brainer.

    • Bunk X says:

      He’s jealous of Hoft because PAM would rather hang out with a gay man than a magical jazzy.

  53. Octopus says:

    This saga, about the media’s misinterpretation of Trump leading to retards killing themselves with fish tank cleaner, is like a microcosm of everything wrong with the media today.


  54. ISTE says:

    This arrived on Sunday and I am wondering if I should even bother to assemble it or just send it back. Seems pointless to build it just for a couple of weeks use.

    Also, I noticed that according to the picture a cat is included. Not heard any noises coming from the box but maybe I should poke a few air holes in the box just in case the enclosed cat wakes up.


  55. Koko says:

    Old Slow Joe – Serial face toucher.

  56. Koko says:


    Some lesbian chick named Chris apparently muted President Trump on Twitter. Fine with me. I don’t watch or follow her or her boyfriend Rick.