Just for fun.

Uploaded THE classic Charles Johnson image from his 2010 “Dangerous Minds” interview (during which he discussed his incomprehensible manifesto) into Microsoft’s “How-Old.net.

Think about it. He’s 64 according to Wiki, 7 years ago he looked like 66, yet he still pretends to be a young hep cat. Charles, update your avatar to reflect some semblance of reality.

 


He’s Back in the Big Time, Folks

After so many years of being ignored, the Culver City Blimp is a splash at Twitter.   Of course, it’s not the same as getting a daily shame post at Twitchy, but with the guilty plea of America’s second-favorite pervert (after all, who can to BJ and the Blue Dress?), Alex Griswold has resurrected one of our Favorite Fatman’s classic got-it-wrong posts from his glorious days of yesteryear.

If you want to see Alex’s tweet and the Chevy’s-worthy fajita’ing of the man who blocks everyone that can expose him, click here:   https://twitter.com/HashtagGriswold/status/865615146550538241

One can only imagine Chubby Cheeks went berserk with the Google ping.  Notice also his slathering minions came nowhere near this tweet to defend him.

Charlie Breitbart


There’s a new Sheriff in town and Charles Johnson doesn’t like it.


That’s Sheriff David A. Clarke and he accepted an appointment to the Department of Homeland Security. Here he is in action, smacking the crap out of Don Lemon about #BlackLivesMatter:

Unfortunately, Charles Johnson sees the appointment of Sheriff Clarke as a “Jesus F*ng Christ” moment.

What’s not being widely reported is that Sheriff Clarke is a Democrat, but Charles Johnson doesn’t like him because of, um, something. (The late Andrew Breitbart suspected it, but could never prove it.) Keep pretending, Charles. You’re getting more transparent by the hour.

[h/t dezes157]


Let’s talk about peckerwoods.

On Mothers’ Day, Charles Johnson posted nothing in tribute to his deceased mother (or anyone elses’ mother for that matter). It’s no surprise as he’s never been gracious or warm to his feminine benefactors for reasons only known to himself, so let’s see what he allowed on his Little Green Footblog yesterday. Didn’t take long to find this:

Yeah. That’s awesome. An LGF aficionado claims street cred for someone he never met, his parents never met, and who fucked up big time during the War Between The States. Look up Brigadier-General Peter F. Bacon for yourselves. He got pantsed. He lived to tell about it, died in 1900, but so what.

Charles Johnson and his flying monkeys have no concept of history or historical context. Now update your gravitar image, Charles, so we don’t confuse you with Maxine Waters.

[Update: The obituary and grave marker for Brigadier General Peter F. Bacon can be found here (h/t  rightymouse).]


The Magical Jazzy Twitterverse of Charles Foster Johnson

A commenter downstairs opined that Charles Johnson’s reported 37.7k Twitter followers are mostly bots, so we decided to look into it. The results so far: I don’t know Babs, but I do know this. As of January 2013 9.5% were fake according to TwitterAudit.


To run a current survey we’d need to sample and vet 200 random Twitter followers just to get a margin of error of about ±7%. Nah, I’ll pass on that drudgery. Then there’s this.

FollowerWonk compares the stats of different Twitter accounts and messes with them a bit. I took her for a free ride, plugged in @green_footballs and @gus_802 and got this:

The colors have been changed to green for Johnson, blue for Gusano; the data has not been altered. Meanwhile, Johnson’s original Twitter account, @lizardoid is still active, but was scraped of all tweets and responses. I wonder why…

Note that the @lizardoid account still has 11 followers. Hey Charles! Who are you sending DMs to via this account, and why? Who do you think you’re fooling? LMAO.


“This is NOT ‘religious liberty.’ It’s a roadmap to theocracy.” – Charles Johnson

So Charles Johnson doesn’t like a Presidential Executive Order that does nothing other than to reaffirm the 1st Amendment:

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech…

Charles, you’re the Bishop of Bloviation, with a capital Blow. Pheeew.


OKAY!

For most people, the OK sign means, “Okay.” When the universal symbol for well being is misconstrued and coopted to imply a white-supremacist neo-nazi meme, it often defaults to “Charles Johnson is a flying asshole.”

Saw this hit piece recently:

Then I saw this response.

Then I saw this:

Which led me to this:

Which includes this:

And I laughed, because it obviously stands for The Washington Post. Maybe it stands for WordPress, War Pigs, or Wanker Pumpers. Charles Johnson retweeted all of that inane garbage because it’s in his Truth Serum.

Then I saw this.

Whoa. That’s way too close for comfort, Charles. Design some more little green virtual glass buttons and update your avatar.

OKAY?