The Twitterprose of Charles Johnson









210 Comments on “The Twitterprose of Charles Johnson”

  1. rightymouse says:

    “Righteous Gentile” became a fat, potty-mouthed asshole after going back to his Donkey ways.

    • Octopus says:

      He was SO much smarter, when he never talked in public or posted anything besides a brief intro to news he’d cut-and-pasted from real bloggers and journalists. 😂

  2. rightymouse says:

    Nope.

    • rightymouse says:

      Nope. When are you going to realize that your swamp is full of cheap assholes like you?

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    • Koko says:

      Political commentary = Trump is a con man…er something. That’s all we got.
      Fine Music = free linked crap on the internet I’m assuming you like. I personally prefer snobby lite Jazz by self absorbed failed classical pianists.

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

      Oh.Shit.

      That’s the fifth Horseman.

      • Octopus says:

        Still haven’t visited one of those, yet. I have had chicken & waffles, though, from a local place which was recommended to me by a street person who said they were “cheaper and mo’ better than Waffle House.” It was a good meal.

        • windbag says:

          They’re pretty awful. And no fryers, so you can’t get fries with your burger, if you opt for lunch. I’m no food snob. I eat Chef Boyardee out of the can and I like corned beef hash, so trust me when I say IHOP is better, or Perkins if you can still find one.

          • Octopus says:

            I still like all that canned stuff, too. We used to bring them along on camping trips in high school — none of that freeze-dried crap for us. You could eat them cold, no cooking required, or heat them up in the fire if you really wanted to be a gourmet, before the hard drinking/drugging began. Yeah…different times.

            I remember one time I forgot to eat all day, while we were traipsing around in the woods, and fishing, and swimming, and trying to talk to female campers we met. By the time I got back to our site, all that was left was a big can of Dinty Moore stew, which was supposed to feed 2-3 people. I finished it off myself. It was heavenly. I don’t care if it was catmeat in there, it was delicious!

          • Bunk X says:

            Whoa. Perkins Pancake House? That was my 1st regular job – $1.65/hr. scubbing pots and mopping floors.

            Matt Perkins sometimes came in for inspections, and he usually had something to eat. One day he ordered a cheeseburger & fries. The guys on the grill decided to leave the plastic on the cheese for some reason.

      • rightymouse says:

        The Apocalypse is almost here! 😦

  3. rightymouse says:

    If you haven’t filed taxes or owe the IRS, you may get zilch.

    • Octopus says:

      The whining if Gus gets no check…HAY-ULP!! 😂

      If I get one, just for myself, I’m going to have fun figuring out how to blow it ASAP. One of those top-of-the-line robotic cat litter boxes, maybe. But no cat, ‘cuz I’m still too allergic, though not as bad as I used to be. Maybe a ferret? What else buries its poop?

  4. rightymouse says:

    Heard a Dr. on TV say to have inner peace during these uncertain times that we should always finish things we start and we all could use more calm in our lives. I looked through my house around for things i’d started and hadn’t finished, so I finished off a bottle of Scotch, a bottle of Tequila, a bodle of some old Pinot, a butle of wum, tha mainder of Valiumun srciptuns, an a box a chocletz. Yu haf no idr how feckin fablus I feel rite now. Sned this to all who need inner piss. An telum u luvum. 😆

  5. Octopus says:

    When the Idiot Left starts raving about the media being all part of “a vast right-wing conspiracy,” as if 95% of it isn’t dedicated to socialist glurge and bringing down Trump. 😂

  6. Octopus says:

    The poorer you get, the richer they look. 😭😂

  7. Octopus says:

    https://newsone.com/3917043/tara-reade-joe-biden-sexual-assault-accuser-breaks-silence/

    RUH-EFFIN-ROH!!

    Wow. I knew he was creepy as hell, but this incident is pure rape. 😱

  8. windbag says:

    Since school’s closed, I’m really looking forward to getting my property tax refund.

    • Octopus says:

      Heheh…no. They’re still paying all the school employees their regular pay, during this thing. At least they are here.

  9. Octopus says:

    I guess Chonky didn’t see the story about Biden finger-raping that young woman, today. I mean, the story came out today — the rape occurred in ’93, during Slick Willie’s first term. Those were very rape-y times in DC, it seems. Interns of both sexes were mere playthings for the powerful men in the House and Senate.

    • windbag says:

      I thought that story can go two ways. The first is that, like any sex scandal involving a Democrat, you’ll hear nothing. So far, that seems to be the case. The second way is that this is an opportunity to throw Joe under the bus and replace him with Hillary (my guess), Cuomo (Fredo will make Billy Carter seem intelligent), or someone else (my second guess).

      It seemed the MSM/Dems wanted Warren, but she crashed and burned. The Dem higher-ups are so far out of touch, they managed to find someone even more unlikable than Hillary. After Warren faded, Biden suddenly surged. They counted on him fading (different than he is fading now), and they sure didn’t count on Bernie’s success. Now, Biden is an embarrassment, unable to field the softballs they’re lobbing at him in those awkward interviews. I’m expecting him to stop talking and start examining his cuff links any time now.

      They can’t keep this charade up much longer, expecting Biden to be considered anywhere near competent to act as President. They’ve got to get rid of him. If this scandal isn’t the answer, then I expect they have a plan already (Hillary) and are hoping he can coast along far enough until the time is right to execute it.

      These are evil, corrupt people.

  10. Bunk X says:

    Guy had just about enough of their bullshit.

  11. dezzez says:

    “closing our boarders is bad” uhhh “opening our boarders is bad”
    Chuck, you are amazing, being able to talk out both sides of your fat neck at the same time.
    Chefs kiss!

  12. Koko says:

    https://www.foxbusiness.com/business-leaders/coronavirus-ceos-forgo-salaries-pay

    Yeah I dunno. If you’ve made more money than you could ever need and are a millionaire many times over, is it really all that impressive to forgo pay for awhile until you get bailed out and go back to making $100 a second while you’re breathing?

    Here’s my pledge. I pledge to forgo all the quarters I threw into a pickle jar over the last 20 years that I didn’t need. Just for the little people! I mean I’m still paying my fucking bills and debts and keeping my lifestyle. What are you crazy? LOL!

    • Octopus says:

      The only thing worse, would be the CEOs keeping their massive paychecks coming — which they’re only deferring until the ‘Rona dies down, in case you’re worried about them. 😄

  13. Koko says:

    In these troubled times be aware of germs.

  14. Octopus says:

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/ANTIQUE-ARCHITECTURAL-GARDEN-USA-CAST-IRON-LAWN-JOCKEY-LAMP-STATUE-HITCHING-POST-/401876735058

    Back in the Swingin’ Sixties, these lawn jockeys were ubiquitous around the neighborhood I grew up in. In fact, I was there the day a couple of well-dressed black gentlemen came around, with a clipboard and smiles, informing people that these statues were racist and had to go. I listened to my neighbor discuss the matter with the men, very politely, assuring them he would do the right thing. For him, that meant painting “Jocko’s” face and hands white, and leaving him at his post next to the front door for another ten years or so. Most people just got rid of their faithful concrete servants.

    Now I see the things are on EBay for thousands of dollars. Are people really paying that much for the silly things? 😃

    • rightymouse says:

      Last time I looked, America was a free country. So, yeah. 🙂

      • Octopus says:

        I can see a black man being offended by a black lawn jockey in an all-white neighborhood, located about six miles from the nearest integrated one. That was us, back then. Typical of Detroit suburbs, and those around the outskirts of most big cities of the time.

      • rightymouse says:

        I can also see a POC rolling their eyes & muttering something about stupid people & then going about their day.

        • Octopus says:

          I can see that, too. Right outside the “Church Of The Perpetually Offended.”

          • rightymouse says:

            Nope. Not offended like the liberal snowflakes of today who scream racism like bratty children. A lawn ornament is a lawn ornament. That said, I remember chastising tfk at LGF for using the word “gook”. To me, it’s the asian “n” word.

          • Bunk X says:

            A few years ago some PC types got upset about the Nip Drivers calling themselves Nip Drivers.

    • Bunk X says:

      “Uncle Remus” lyrics:
      Just keep yer nose
      To the grindstone, they say
      Will that redeem us,
      Uncle Remus . . .
      I can’t wait till my Fro is full-grown
      I’ll just throw ‘way my Doo-Rag at home
      I’ll take a drive to BEVERLY HILLS
      Just before dawn
      An’ knock the little jockeys
      Off the rich people’s lawn
      An’ before they get up
      I’ll be gone, I’ll be gone
      Before they get up
      I’ll be knocking the jockeys off the lawn
      Down in the dew

      Songwriters: Frank Vincent Zappa / George Duke

  15. Octopus says:

    So far, the pandemic has had no effect on yours truly. I did stop shaving, but that was just to cultivate a “playoff-beard,” in honor of glorious hockey seasons of yesteryear. Everything’s great!
    No worries, mates. 😃

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  16. Koko says:

    Ok people…they need people. I like young Babs. She was pretty and smart and cute.

  17. Koko says:

    Matthew Ayala
    2 years ago
    is it just me or is this the most underrated song and video ever by lady gaga

    9.1K

    Yeah it’s just you, dipshit. You wouldn’t know a song if it kicked you in your non-existent nuts.

    America – We’re weird and we’re coming back.

  18. Koko says:

    We’re gonna figure this thing out. We have the best minds on it.

  19. Koko says:

    Why listen to old addled millionaire left wing John Fogerty when you can listen to the real thing?

  20. Octopus says:

    Dr. Fauci sets morons like Chonky straight…AGAIN! 😂

    https://www.westernjournal.com/fauci-comes-forward-crushes-lefts-narrative-trumps-supposedly-dangerous-easter-deadline/

    • Koko says:

      Clearly he meant to assess it day by day. Too Trump is also being fed statistics on Depression/ Recessions. Pandemics are hell but so are severe economic depressions which have their own casualty statistics including mortality rates due to depression, suicide, drug/alcohol abuse and homelessness. There’s a psychological toll on people losing their economic viability – be it business owners, landlords, renters, workers, etc… Even with a good job I used to freak out when bills exceeded income. It’s very stressful.

    • Bunk X says:

      If Trump does nothing, many people will get sick and die also.

  21. Koko says:

    I went to Kroger yesterday morning in Covington, KY. I saw something online that indicated they were opening at 6am for the old people over 60 people and then 7am for everyone else. It turns out that was a different store. Not knowing this I showed up at 6:40 (am) and noticed some young people going in from the parking lot. I thought maybe they’re letting everyone in now. Instead when I got to the door it was still closed. Those had just been employees shoving the door open, then closing it again. There were a handful of people waiting around, all older. So I waited around too. The line grew longer, all older gray haired people. Mostly very healthy looking and kibitzing about their past work lives. No one coughing or sneezing. Finally a nice young black man comes out and puts a sign that says 7 – 8 am old people only! He says only a few more minutes folks! So I’m kind of committed. Mind you I went gray when I was 29. And I generally look like hell when much better looking people around me are dropping like flies. So here I am impersonating an old person! – I’m just 57. Thankfully it’s an honor system and they weren’t checking ID. I do have diabetes – like bad – I can’t live without insulin. So that’s how I justified it. I do want to avoid the virus if possible since I probably couldn’t survive it 🤕. Thankfully I looked crappy enough to fit in with the old folks, some of them looked great! LOL!

    I was able to pick up some paper towels and TP that apparently are still in high demand. Everything else was stocked just fine. Fresh veges and fruit, eggs…pretty much all dairy and what not. I didn’t check meat since we stocked up before and have more than we can freeze.

  22. Koko says:

    Huh? I’m going to Barack….?

    • Koko says:

      I’m thinking they must have been repeating Barack Obama because he kept forgetting his former boss’s name. Now he interjects it randomly when it’s not pertinent. LOL!

  23. Koko says:

    In case anyone was wondering….Trump 😍💖 asians.

  24. Koko says:

    The worlds greatest….

  25. Octopus says:

    I think it’s cool that Italian police have a few Lamborghinis in the fleet.

    • Koko says:

      Ha! I have to say when we went to Rome one of the first things that happened at the airport is they lost grampa. Airport officials put us on a tram and put my 90 yr old father in law who was in a wheelchair (just to minimize the long airport walking) on another tram. They assured us he would arrive at our luggage area. Well if you think about it those luggage assignments are notorious for changing by minute. So grampa never showed up and could not be located for 1.5 hours. I kid you not. Put an Italian in a kitchen and wonderful things happen. Put him in charge of security and mayhem breaks out. Like the cops somehow have a Lambo in the budget. 🙂 Very nice people though.

  26. Octopus says:

    Came upon a new series on Netflix, I can’t stop watching. I mean, this thing has me totally hooked. Just starting episode four, and it’s crazier and mo’ better all the time. 🙂

  27. Bunk X says:

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  28. Koko says:

    I think one thing that is not coming back are all the small non-franchise restaurants. I like to cook. And I’ve worked in restaurants in the past when I was in HS and college. My kids asked me in recent years why I didn’t retire and open a restaurant. And my answer was “No. Way”. First off I’m not that good a cook so I would need to hire a chef. But there are so many things you can’t control. A restaurant is all about the good food. But the kitchen and wait staff are crucial to your business. How many times have you seen inattentive wait staff. Or an unshaven and sweaty cook coming into the dining/bar area to smoke? Or noticed the place isn’t that clean. It’s dusty, carpet is worn, it smells strange, decor out of date – etc… You can’t trust the servers to clean after their shift even if they’re assigned. So you do it yourself or hire a cleaning crew at expense. We had a really good long established steak restaurant that had servers in their 70s and others who were fat and sloppy looking and called you Hun and sat down at the table with you. My wife doesn’t mind that but I find it extremely annoying. Wait staff like that also act inappropriately. I’m in mid-sentence and they bowl up to the table and bark – Was you a needin’ anything HUuUUUn? Yeah I’m needin’ you to fuck off. I’m paying $100 bucks for a quiet dinner and I get some bloated hag who can’t muster a good attitude without shouting. Great steaks though. When new ownership came in they closed for 6 months and I know exactly why they did it. To get rid of those yahoos without discrimination lawsuits. Yeah some were nice but business is business. When they opened back up they had nice looking 20 and 30 somethings with experience in fine dining. But my point is there are so many variables and unknowns. The sous chef’s on meth. The waitress is can’t put her phone down. Somebody’s kid’s sick. Now pandemic. Oh great. How many owners now are seeing they can’t stay open, can’t pay suppliers, can’t pay rent, can’t pay employees, can’t pay their own bills. NEVER AGAIN! Even franchises are hurting now but the idea of the franchise is to have a proven system to at least mitigate those unknowns.

    Also these restaurants trying to stay open with curbside. You might want to be wary. Remember they’re still basically failing so they may be using food that’s past expiration and possibly turned.

      • Koko says:

        YES! I particularly liked that sweet lookin’ cool tough little chain smokin’ dyke a few posts down from God knows what decade. You are very shrewd. A place like that could probably withstand anything. I’d go there just in hopes I could see her and turn her on to married old fat straight Trump voters.

      • Koko says:

        And I should thank you for reading at least enough of this “post” to comprehend and respond to it cogently and even succinctly. I’ve been informed from a few here that when I get into multi paragraphs the interest and desire to care starts to wan. LOL!! I can dig! I resemble that and deserve all I get. 🙂

    • windbag says:

      I owned/operated a DQ for 16 years. You can’t believe the stress and frustrations of running a restaurant. Help is the biggest headache. After the economy tanked in 2008 my sales fell off 37%. Despite that disaster, you know what remained by biggest worry? Help. Every time my wife and I discussed whether to continue or sell out, the conversation came to the issue of employees. Every time. The economy? Who knows; it’s going to ebb and flow. The corporation? They’re always greedy pricks. The customers? They just want a clean place to eat reasonably priced fattening stuff. The help? Constantly diminishing labor pool, and it wasn’t just the younger crowd. There were occasional bright spots–good hard-working ones–but overall the work ethic and quality of work dropped every year. I was thankful that my kids chose other professions. I would never recommend that they get into food service.

      • rightymouse says:

        My favorite restaurant has had loyal and marvelous wait staff. My husband & I adore them & pray they’ll still be there when the restaurant opens up again.

        • Koko says:

          That does sound like one of the good ones righty and you’re right (pun intended) 😀 to stick by them.

        • windbag says:

          We don’t normally eat out a lot, but we are now, just to keep some cash flow going into the local economy. We’re sticking to mom and pop restaurants. One exception is a franchise that is locally owned and operated, not part of a huge 300+ franchisee operation. And big tips for the few that are working. Some of these places aren’t accustomed to take out or delivery and they’re doing their best to get up to speed. One place had a sign asking for patience as they transition to delivery. Most people seem to be on board with that.

      • Koko says:

        Wow. I’m just talkin’ smack. You really lived it 😮.

  29. Koko says:

    Wow you had me at “Seth Meyers from his garage!” And I can see it’s Rag On Trump (insert day ending in Y). Two hours later no comments. Wow. These supposed NBC comedians may be partisan dickweeds but at least they’re extremely boring and unentertaining. I guess it gives Chonky hope that he may one day turn a funny phrase not stolen from HST.

  30. Koko says:

    https://www.foxbusiness.com/technology/elon-musk-tesla-to-deliver-medtronic-coronavirus-ventilators-to-ny-thursday

    Some of these comedic geniuses should do a skit where a patient’s in hospital with COVID and all the med equipment has a corporate logo like Tesla or Ford on the ventilators and says “Built Ford Tough) and like Nike or Adidas on the nurse’s PPE (personal protective equipment) suit and says “Just Do It!” on their face mask. Could be rather droll. Better than Seth Meyers from his garage. BTW who has book shelves in their garage? Is this the modest 2700 square foot “office/guest hose” over his garage which he heats and air conditions 24/7 in case Greta Dumberg comes to visit?

  31. Bunk X says:

  32. Koko says:

    Rick Mayall’s dead lo these 5+ years (spit!). But that shouldn’t stop us from laughing hysterically at he and Adrian’s hyper violent buffoonery. Rick had the perfect punch-able British face. And he knew it!

    You may remember them from “The Young Ones”. Most recently they did a show called Bottom where they started back where the Young Ones left off, but just the two of them. Adrian is still extremely cranky and unnecessarily violent and Rick is,….well Rick. The name is a reference to their predictable place in society. Namely broke, unloved and desperate. Rick would have scoffed at Seth Meyers while Adrian pick axed him in the back of the head.

  33. Koko says:

    So just in case anyone’s confused. Warm water and soap (like Dawn) is king. If you can’t use that (like if you’re in your car) then use those Clorox bleach whatevers. I use those when I go to the store and then wipe my steering wheel and interior when I’ve loaded the potentially infected groceries. Then I go home and we clean all the plastic containers and wrappings with alcohol and or bleach and or warm soapy (Dawn) water. And of course wash all exterior clothes that were worn at the store. Then we lay down and die gasping for air.

    No, no just kidding.

  34. rightymouse says:


    Prince Charles has tested positive for the coronavirus after he admitted that he’d eaten an old bat recently.

  35. OLT's Look On The Bright Side says:

    Hey, GOOD MORNING STALKER CHARLES! How’s fattening the curve going?

  36. rightymouse says:

    OMG. Am laughing my head off at this Gussy retweet. 😆 😆

  37. Octopus says:

    She wants to give illegal aliens the same stimulus checks real Americans get. 😂😂😂😂

  38. dezzez says:

    I present to you a man so incredibly stupid, that he is incapable of realizing he doesn’t have to follow Trumps Twitter feed.

    • dezzez says:

      Insanity Chuck, being a hate-filled asshole cratered your blog, destroyed your income and you still insist on using it as a business model day in and day out.

      • Koko says:

        Chonky Johnson’s guaranteed money making web business plan
        Task 1 – Start a blog – task completed 🤑
        Task 2 – Call everyone registered on it a racist Nazi
        task completed 🤑
        Task 3 – Make a big shiny green begging button popup task completed 🤑
        Task 4 – Bitch all day on Twitter about Trump task completed 🤑
        Task 3 – Cash all the checks and go on dates with the hawt girls!!!!! – task not completed 🥺

    • Koko says:

      Any more? When was it that he could stand him? He’s been shrieking like a little girl about Trump from day one.

  39. Koko says:

    https://www.rt.com/sport/483484-genie-bouchard-quarantine-boyfriend/

    Apparently she blew up Twitter with this.

    Sounds like a nice girlfriend as long you don’t mind her beating you at tennis and making millions of dollars more than you.

  40. Koko says:

    Heh heh. Trump confuses poor Rick. If you go to Rick’s Twitter she….it lists all the things that Trump SHOULD have foreseen that she nOW sees with the 20/20 hindsight. Stuff like….nationalize everything like medicine, hospital beds, ventilator companies. Anyway I guess reinventing disaster response when we already have a plan in place is what he should have been doing while she was warning everyone every night that he’s a Russian spy and cheer leading the impeachment for unimpeachable offenses.

  41. Koko says:

    https://www.cnn.com/2020/03/27/politics/joe-biden-social-distancing/index.html

    Joe Biden describes how he stays in touch with his grandkids while practicing social distancing

    Here’s Slow Dumb Joe idiotically bringing up his grandchildren voluntarily:

    “Every single day, I speak to all five of my grandkids. Either on the phone, or I text with them,” the Democratic presidential candidate told Anderson Cooper at a CNN town hall on Friday.

    CNN sucky fake news failed to point out that Biden has 6 grandchildren.

    https://www.courthousenews.com/dna-test-confirms-hunter-biden-is-father-of-arkansas-baby/

  42. Koko says:

    If you’re like me you occasionally watch Strange Inheritance. Now guys, correct me if i’m wrong but the show, though slightly interesting at times has really only one redeeming feature. And that would be one Jamie Colby. Now Colby is like one of those celebrities you might say “TV’s Jamie Colby” Somewhat iconic, curiously unaccomplished, stilted in delivery, husky in voice, appropriately square and almost borderline dowdy if that’s possible while being hot and clearly built. I spend most my time on this show trying to get a glimpse of Jamie’s bod. But it’s usually obscured with leather jackets, cowl neck sweaters, scarves, jeans but they frustratingly will not show her ass for more than a millisecond, nay nanosecond. Argh! I think earlier on in the show she used to wear sexy dresses but then got creeped out by all the men admirers.

    Well for some bizarre reason tonight’s show she decided to wear the THE DRESS. The form fitting pink one. OMG I put it in slo mo. I think she has two pink dresses, one hotter one softer. Uh yeah, how do I know that? Never mind that. It was the softer of the two. WTH Jamie! She rocks!

  43. dezzez says:

    Why should it help you, you lazy tub of grease.
    Beg like a dog, or steal something because we know getting off your ass is never gonna happen.

  44. Koko says:

    https://www.foxnews.com/us/washington-doctor-loses-job-criticizing-coranavirus-response

    Very strange ironic story you would expect to be happening in communist China. But Washington state?

  45. dezzez says:

    Captain Block whines about being blocked again.

    • Koko says:

      Clearly a go eat worms moment for Fatso McPonytail.

    • Bunk X says:

      “The Thread” is about the husband and wife who started the ULINE company in their basement in 1980, now it employs 6.700 employees and reports over $5.8 billion in revenue (2020). ULINE is the largest provider of packaging/shipping products and equipment in the nation. It’s an American success story.

      Oh, but the thread doesn’t talk about that. You see, Mr. & Mrs. Uline donate to GOP candidates and therefore must be shunned, disparaged and their products boycotted.

      • Koko says:

        And the Sykes guy is apparently a Never Trumper conservative. The company was clearly deemed as essential. I don’t think it’s clear here that they’re abusing their employees. Although that may be the case. A couple of anecdotes and “whistleblowers” doth not a verified story maketh. As we saw with impeachment. Partisan liberals and their Never Trump strange bedfellows will make up anything to get Trump. I find it hard to believe people are being forced to work in close proximity or lose their jobs when virtually all government officials have said stay home if you’re sick. DO NOT come to work or go out in public if at all possible.

  46. Koko says:

    https://www.breitbart.com/entertainment/2020/03/28/quarantine-emily-ratajkowski-strips-down-to-promote-her-lingerie-brand/

    Rather efficient if you ask me. She sells lingerie. Saves her company money by modeling it herself. Smart girl!

    • Koko says:

      Adds new meaning to the term “business model”.

      • Octopus says:

        Emily will never top her first mass-exposure moment, as the nude gal in Robin Thicke’s Uber-popular video of “Blurred Lines.” The uncensored one was still up on YouTube, last time I looked. Pervs. 😄

  47. Koko says:

    https://www.breitbart.com/entertainment/2020/03/25/rob-reiner-donald-trump-is-causing-people-in-ny-to-die/

    Hollyweirdos see no problem with a 3 month lockdown quarantine. After all, they cut a fart and someone cuts a check. They’re against guns but their security guards have them. Clearly Trump and the administration are trying to strike a balance between prudent public health measures and OTOH the complete break down of society. As Trump has implied while trying to not cause a panic, the cure we’re attempting might be worse than the disease. If people go back to work, landlords and property owners pay their mortgages/debts, banks don’t fail, commerce doesn’t grind to a complete halt with everyone broke desperate and eyeballing everyone else’s shit. Not just their toilet paper. We’ve never seen a modern society in this situation. More people could die in the pandemonium and ensuing ruinous panic than would happen with a whole lot of people getting sick and a few dying but most recover.

  48. Koko says:

    https://legalinsurrection.com/2020/03/students-request-refunds-nyu-tisch-school-of-the-arts-dean-responds-with-dance-video/

    Even more offensive. She’s a terrible dancer.

  49. Koko says:

    https://video.foxnews.com/v/6145246791001/

    MyPillow CEO on making face masks during COVID-19 pandemic

    And the second one’s half price. And it’s the BEST FACE MASK EVER in the history of face masks.

  50. rightymouse says:

    Sure… 🙄

    • rightymouse says:

    • Octopus says:

      “Office window”….BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHHHH!!1!

      Fatass never leaves the bunker, so he’s referring to his house or apartment window. Except, he also made the whole bullshit story up. What a goofus!! 😂

    • dezzez says:

      “heart-wrenching”
      LMAO Chuck, you have never felt compassion, empathy or had the slightest concern for anyone but yourself in your entire life, but nice try, I’m sure some libtard will see your virtue signaling and whip out the credit card to make a donation to your begging bowl, HAHAHAHA

    • Koko says:

      Chonk’s so desperate he’s going Moby. Love how he prevaricates the fact he doesn’t work in an office like a business person. He “works” on his couch in his house. So the woman if this happened was walking down his street in Culver City.

      • Bunk X says:

        In a residential neighborhood. And Charles didn’t have the compassion to open the door and ask her what’s wrong.

        Maybe he thought she was a white supremacist or a neonazi. Maybe he was afraid she’d cuss him out in spanish, or maybe she only spoke ebonics. Maybe…

    • poteen2 says:

      20 concubines is a mortal challenge to begin with.
      I’d LMAO if he spent the whole time alone and sick.
      He’d deserve it for having 20 concubines and dressing in that silly Elton John suit in the picture..

  51. rightymouse says:

    You can afford Cable TV? 😯

  52. ISTE says:

    It is probably too soon for another kitten video, but the days are going by fast! Not much time left.

    Checked with the Humane Society and, yes thankfully, they are regarded as an essential service.

    Only a few days left until “D” day!

    ( D day = Dump outside Humane Society in a used Amazon cardboard box. I recycle my boxes )

  53. ISTE says:

    Sunday night cat video.

    Six weeks and two days. Obviously too small yet to appreciate this cat tree but they are growing fast. Collars on cats are not real cat collars, they don’t make them small enough. Collars are girl hair pony tail thingies. I need to know who is who as they are identical. The kittens have no names.

  54. dezzez says:

    Joke is all used up Chuck, but as usual you’re way behind the curve.
    But since you bring it up, we could wipe our asses on your books, ooops guess not.
    Oh how about a calendar, aw man only 2 sold.

    • Bunk X says:

      00446544 08895 45 Charles Wed, Nov 12, 2003 7:01:39am

      Gordon: once again you mouth off without having a single clue. You admit you haven’t read the book, yet you feel free to pass judgment on it. This is exactly why you are the official LGF Idiotarian Mascot.
      Unlike you, I have read the book, and Robert Spencer quotes The Islamic Declaration verbatim, you moron. And it definitely does call for Islamic rule in no uncertain terms. The word shari’a is not used, but how else would you interpret this:

      An Islamic society without Islamic power is incomplete and weak; Islamic power without an Islamic society is either a utopia or violence … History knows of no true Islamic movement which was not at the same time a political movement as well. This is because Islam is a faith, but also a philosophy, a set of moral codes, an order of things, a style, an atmosphere — in a nutshell, an integral way of life.

  55. Octopus says:

    https://apple.news/AdjB5ksSXSta4WgLQNOsqJw

    More time at home, alone with the wife. Double-edged sword. 😂

    So far, we’re getting along fine. We both have work to do, mostly online. But…She has projects in mind. Getting harder and harder to stall her…


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