BREAKING! EXCLUSIVE! Cyberstalker Chuck C. Johnson Suspended by Twitter Again

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As we reported exclusively a few days ago, infamous cyber troll Chuck C. Johnson was blatantly using the account of @RonReaganLives to sneak back onto Twitter and promote his awful blog.

And now, Johnson’s latest Twitter account has been suspended too. Looks like this really is a permanent ban for the Chuckster. I wonder who he’ll blame this time?

These are some of the accounts used by Johnson that have now been suspended (and I’m probably forgetting one or two):

@ChuckCJohnson
@citizentrolling
@freechucknow
@GotNewsDotCom
@GotNewsResearch
@fakerape
@RonReaganLives

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201 comments

1
Fourth Football of the Apocalypse  Jul 17, 2015 • 1:37:09pm

Oh, just enjoying a laugh over here on a Friday afternoon.

2
JadeHelmCurious  Jul 17, 2015 • 1:37:55pm

I Love Suspended Kitteh. Love Love Love.

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Eric The Fruit Bat  Jul 17, 2015 • 1:41:02pm

It never amazes me to consistently watch him trip up inside his own asshole.

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teleskiguy  Jul 17, 2015 • 1:41:21pm

Notice how UpChuck’s output on his crummy blog spiked considerably when he had a Twitter account. Now that he doesn’t (again!) I think we can reasonably expect UpChuck to not write anything for a while.

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Charles Johnson  Jul 17, 2015 • 1:42:37pm

re: #4 teleskiguy

Notice how UpChuck’s output on his crummy blog spiked considerably when he had a Twitter account. Now that he doesn’t (again!) I think we can reasonably expect UpChuck to not write anything for a while.

Exactly. He needs Twitter, badly.

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teleskiguy  Jul 17, 2015 • 1:42:41pm

The question is How did UpChuck get a Twitter account with over 20,000 followers? Did he buy it?

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makeitstop  Jul 17, 2015 • 1:43:27pm

I guess his big plans for the weekend are shot now. Heh.

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Charles Johnson  Jul 17, 2015 • 1:43:29pm

re: #6 teleskiguy

I think the wingnut who actually started the account probably just offered to let Chuck use it.

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BlueSpotinAL  Jul 17, 2015 • 1:44:04pm

How ironic - one of the ads is “People who left us far too soon”.

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GlutenFreeJesus  Jul 17, 2015 • 1:44:56pm

lol So he got his “friend’s” account banned. How thoughtful of him.

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No Country For Old Haters  Jul 17, 2015 • 1:44:59pm

re: #8 Charles Johnson

I think the wingnut who actually started the account probably just offered to let Chuck use it.

Wouldn’t surprise me. Either way it’s hilarious that he self-destructed again, throwing away an account with 20K gullible fools following it.

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Cheechako  Jul 17, 2015 • 1:45:06pm

Everyone must remain vigilant. This is just another challenge for Chucky. He’ll be back with another disguise.

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Charles Johnson  Jul 17, 2015 • 1:45:35pm
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Targetpractice  Jul 17, 2015 • 1:45:53pm

Whatever happened to the “Summer of Justice”? I mean it’s halfway through July and nobody has been brought to their knees yet other than Chucky’s latest sock puppet.

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Wendell Zurkowitz (slave to the waffle light)  Jul 17, 2015 • 1:46:01pm

One has to wonder how he is spinning these events to his wife and MiL. I can only guess that they are clueless to what he is really up to.

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teleskiguy  Jul 17, 2015 • 1:46:13pm

re: #8 Charles Johnson

That actually makes sense.

He got the account and wiped it clean of tweets. It had over a thousand tweets before UpChuck got a hold of it.

Either way, blatant violation of TOS, over and over. Good riddance.

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No Country For Old Haters  Jul 17, 2015 • 1:46:44pm

re: #15 Wendell Zurkowitz (slave to the waffle light)

One has to wonder how he is spinning these events to his wife and MiL. I can only guess that they are clueless to what he is really up to.

It’s been mentioned that he and his wife have similar far-right-wing worldviews.

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jaunte  Jul 17, 2015 • 1:47:43pm

re: #14 Targetpractice

Whatever happened to the “Summer of Justice”? I mean it’s halfway through July and nobody has been brought to their knees yet other than Chucky’s latest sock puppet.

It’s turned into the “Summer of Self-Inflicted Justice.”

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Wendell Zurkowitz (slave to the waffle light)  Jul 17, 2015 • 1:47:50pm

re: #17 No Country For Old Haters

It’s been mentioned that he and his wife have similar far-right-wing worldviews.

in other words, clueless and oblivious to whatever they don’t wanna hear about

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GlutenFreeJesus  Jul 17, 2015 • 1:48:17pm

re: #12 Cheechako

He can’t help but let everyone know it’s him. His massive ego manages to overshadows his even more massive insecurity.

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No Country For Old Haters  Jul 17, 2015 • 1:48:35pm

re: #19 Wendell Zurkowitz (slave to the waffle light)

in other words, clueless and oblivious to whatever they don’t wanna hear about

And very angry with not just civilized people, but civilization itself.

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The Vicious Babushka  Jul 17, 2015 • 1:48:43pm

LOL Aunty Entity is pwning Dana Loesch right now.

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No Country For Old Haters  Jul 17, 2015 • 1:49:05pm

re: #20 GlutenFreeJesus

He can’t help but letting everyone know it’s him. His massive ego manages to overshadows his even more massive insecurity.

I hope my taunting him this morning helped.

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teleskiguy  Jul 17, 2015 • 1:49:07pm
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Targetpractice  Jul 17, 2015 • 1:49:25pm

You know, Chucky could probably have swung a restoration of his original account if he’d made a mea culpa and perhaps served a small time-out session. But no, like any true troll, he decided he was above the rules and just started spamming sock puppet accounts. So now the Twitter staff get to play whack-a-mole anytime he pops back up.

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The Very Reverend Battleaxe of Knowledge  Jul 17, 2015 • 1:50:16pm

re: #17 No Country For Old Haters

It’s been mentioned that he and his wife have similar far-right-wing worldviews.

Damn, another Michelle Malkin? Cuter, but—Damn!

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Wendell Zurkowitz (slave to the waffle light)  Jul 17, 2015 • 1:53:08pm

re: #21 No Country For Old Haters

And very angry with not just civilized people, but civilization itself.

as I mentioned earlier, not just against Planned Parenthood, but against the very idea of planning parenthood

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goddamnedfrank  Jul 17, 2015 • 1:53:58pm
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JadeHelmCurious  Jul 17, 2015 • 1:54:24pm

First Suspended Kitteh, now with some Key and Peele. Let’s get this Friday Cracka-Lackin!

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taserian  Jul 17, 2015 • 1:54:27pm

Adios, adios a tus huevos, Chucky!!

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Charles Johnson  Jul 17, 2015 • 1:57:46pm

re: #25 Targetpractice

You know, Chucky could probably have swung a restoration of his original account if he’d made a mea culpa and perhaps served a small time-out session. But no, like any true troll, he decided he was above the rules and just started spamming sock puppet accounts. So now the Twitter staff get to play whack-a-mole anytime he pops back up.

He got a lot of chances. He was suspended three times and even promised to abide by Twitter’s terms to get his account restored. Each time he went right back to what he was doing, and laughed openly about it on Twitter. The guy is a megalomaniac who just can’t help himself.

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Wendell Zurkowitz (slave to the waffle light)  Jul 17, 2015 • 2:01:11pm

re: #31 Charles Johnson

He got a lot of chances. He was suspended three times and even promised to abide by Twitter’s terms to get his account restored. Each time he went right back to what he was doing, and laughed openly about it on Twitter. The guy is a megalomaniac who just can’t help himself.

symptomatic of those who do not understand that freedom of speech does not mean freedom from consequences for what you say

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EPR-radar  Jul 17, 2015 • 2:01:14pm

re: #27 Wendell Zurkowitz (slave to the waffle light)

as I mentioned earlier, not just against Planned Parenthood, but against the very idea of planning parenthood

It really is a puzzle how anyone who is not a straight white man can justify voting Republican these days.

The GOP wants women to be barefoot and pregnant.

The GOP wants blacks and hispanics to be disenfranchised.

The GOP wants non-straight people to be invisible or dead.

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JadeHelmCurious  Jul 17, 2015 • 2:02:41pm

re: #33 EPR-radar

The GOP wants women to be barefoot and pregnant.

The GOP wants blacks and hispanics to be disenfranchised.

The GOP wants non-straight people to be invisible or dead.

4. Profit!

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Targetpractice  Jul 17, 2015 • 2:03:23pm

re: #31 Charles Johnson

He got a lot of chances. He was suspended three times and even promised to abide by Twitter’s terms to get his account restored. Each time he went right back to what he was doing, and laughed openly about it on Twitter. The guy is a megalomaniac who just can’t help himself.

It’s like I said, he’s a troll to the core. I’ve seen plenty of his type on message boards, who would keep pushing the rules until they went over the line, get their asses put on timeout or banned, make promises of cleaning up their act, and then going right back to it as soon as the mods gave him some slack. And they all ultimately reach that point where they decide being a total asshole is more important than the rules, at which point they’re permabanned.

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De Kolta Chair  Jul 17, 2015 • 2:04:48pm

re: #28 goddamnedfrank

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Dig Dug Derp

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TedStriker  Jul 17, 2015 • 2:05:34pm
As we reported exclusively a few days ago, infamous cyber troll Chuck C. Johnson was blatantly using the account of @RonReaganLives to sneak back onto Twitter and promote his awful blog.

And now, Johnson’s latest Twitter account has been suspended too. Looks like this really is a permanent ban for the Chuckster. I wonder who he’ll blame this time?

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Wendell Zurkowitz (slave to the waffle light)  Jul 17, 2015 • 2:05:35pm

re: #33 EPR-radar

It really is a puzzle how anyone who is not a straight white man can justify voting Republican these days.

The GOP wants women to be barefoot and pregnant.

The GOP wants blacks and hispanics to be disenfranchised.

The GOP wants non-straight people to be invisible or dead.

wants unions out of the way

wants corporations to be able to write regulations and tax laws

wants to resolve all foreign conflicts by military intervention

wants to keep record numbers incarcerated for petty crimes

wants Christianity as the de facto state religion

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Charles Johnson  Jul 17, 2015 • 2:05:42pm
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GlutenFreeJesus  Jul 17, 2015 • 2:06:05pm

re: #32 Wendell Zurkowitz (slave to the waffle light)

And that freedom of speech doesn’t apply to private corporations.

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De Kolta Chair  Jul 17, 2015 • 2:08:46pm

re: #28 goddamnedfrank

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Amended (can I get a witness?) version:

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Charles Johnson  Jul 17, 2015 • 2:10:34pm

Imagine how Chuck is raging and raving right now. I wonder if he’s smashing things?

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teleskiguy  Jul 17, 2015 • 2:12:33pm

I imagine UpChuck is pretty angry on this fine Friday afternoon.

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TedStriker  Jul 17, 2015 • 2:12:39pm

re: #38 Wendell Zurkowitz (slave to the waffle light)

wants unions out of the way

wants corporations to be able to write regulations and tax laws

wants to resolve all foreign conflicts by military intervention

wants to keep record numbers incarcerated for petty crimes

wants Christianity as the de facto de jure state religion

FTFY…unfortunately.

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A Mom Anon  Jul 17, 2015 • 2:16:12pm

re: #33 EPR-radar

They’d also like sick people who aren’t rich to just die already.

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GlutenFreeJesus  Jul 17, 2015 • 2:17:45pm

Wish I had Ginger Grifter’s number. I’d call and ask how he’s doing. Then laugh and taunt him before I hung up. Yeah. I’d do that. He deserves it.

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De Kolta Chair  Jul 17, 2015 • 2:18:09pm

re: #42 Charles Johnson

Imagine how Chuck is raging and raving right now. I wonder if he’s smashing things?

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Wendell Zurkowitz (slave to the waffle light)  Jul 17, 2015 • 2:20:00pm

re: #44 TedStriker

FTFY…unfortunately.

They would not be able to agree on which brand of fundamentalist Protestantism to establish, and would have to give a nod to the Catholics for being anti-contraception/abortion, so it would have to remain de facto

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wrenchwench  Jul 17, 2015 • 2:21:44pm

re: #48 Wendell Zurkowitz (slave to the waffle light)

They would not be able to agree on which brand of fundamentalist Protestantism to establish, and would have to give a nod to the Catholics for being anti-contraception/abortion, so it would have to remain de facto

I’d like to see them put some clergy in the ring to duke it out.

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Wendell Zurkowitz (slave to the waffle light)  Jul 17, 2015 • 2:23:29pm

re: #49 wrenchwench

I’d like to see them put some clergy in the ring to duke it out.

That’s what elections would be for.

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wrenchwench  Jul 17, 2015 • 2:23:46pm
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The Vicious Babushka  Jul 17, 2015 • 2:24:12pm

re: #48 Wendell Zurkowitz (slave to the waffle light)

They would not be able to agree on which brand of fundamentalist Protestantism to establish, and would have to give a nod to the Catholics for being anti-contraception/abortion, so it would have to remain de facto

But no because POPE FRANCIS IS A COMMUNIST!!!!!1!!!!

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Jul 17, 2015 • 2:25:33pm

re: #49 wrenchwench

I’d like to see them put some clergy in the ring to duke it out.

Jesuits will win every time.

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Wendell Zurkowitz (slave to the waffle light)  Jul 17, 2015 • 2:25:38pm

re: #52 The Vicious Babushka

But no because POPE FRANCIS IS A COMMUNIST!!!!!1!!!!

he is still against contraception and abortion, so there is hope of redemption

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The Very Reverend Battleaxe of Knowledge  Jul 17, 2015 • 2:25:50pm

re: #44 TedStriker

FTFY…unfortunately.

wants unions out of the way

wants corporations to be able to write regulations and tax laws

wants to resolve all foreign conflicts by military intervention

wants to keep record numbers incarcerated for petty imaginary crimes

wants Christianity as the de facto de jure state religion

Further FTFY, Also, too.

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jaunte  Jul 17, 2015 • 2:26:38pm

re: #52 The Vicious Babushka

But no because POPE FRANCIS IS A COMMUNIST!!!!!1!!!!

Channeling Dan Bidondi?

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De Kolta Chair  Jul 17, 2015 • 2:28:15pm

re: #51 wrenchwench

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That goat’s eyes are following me around the room. Cool.

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De Kolta Chair  Jul 17, 2015 • 2:31:19pm

re: #56 jaunte

Channeling Dan Bidondi?

Any relation to Biondi Sans?

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The Very Reverend Battleaxe of Knowledge  Jul 17, 2015 • 2:31:29pm

re: #54 Wendell Zurkowitz (slave to the waffle light)

he is still against contraception and abortion, so there is hope of redemption

It would be interesting if they had to choose between their anti-science, anti-global warming, fossil-fuel-fan agenda and their anti-sex, anti-abortion, anti-woman one. I wonder which would win out? We may find out next year….

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wrenchwench  Jul 17, 2015 • 2:33:09pm
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Backwoods_Sleuth  Jul 17, 2015 • 2:33:28pm

hahahahaaa, Mikaela!
Some of us had pencils.
And pencil sharpeners.

My school desks up until junior high actually had holes in them for inkwells.

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team_fukit  Jul 17, 2015 • 2:34:57pm

Don’t know how many of y’all are following that terrible Gawker hit piece about Tim Geithner’s bro, but Daily Caller is claiming Got News sleuthed the identity of their source

what’s funnier is that basically the guy is so loony that even Daily Caller is making fun of him and shaming Gawker for using him as a source.

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Eric The Fruit Bat  Jul 17, 2015 • 2:36:38pm

re: #53 Backwoods_Sleuth

There’s a reason why The Society of Jesus are called God’s Shock Troops-too bad I can’t remember that the reason was, tho….

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Wendell Zurkowitz (slave to the waffle light)  Jul 17, 2015 • 2:38:15pm

re: #63 Eric The Fruit Bat

There’s a reason why The Society of Jesus are called God’s Shock Troops-too bad I can’t remember that the reason was, tho….

the counter reformation

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Higgs Boson's Mate  Jul 17, 2015 • 2:41:06pm

re: #63 Eric The Fruit Bat

There’s a reason why The Society of Jesus are called God’s Shock Troops-too bad I can’t remember that the reason was, tho….

Part of their daily duties is to connect their testicles to a car battery.

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A Cranky One  Jul 17, 2015 • 2:42:36pm

re: #51 wrenchwench

Look at the mug on that goat. Wait. Look at the goat on that mug. Wait. I’m so confused!

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teleskiguy  Jul 17, 2015 • 2:44:02pm
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#FergusonFireside  Jul 17, 2015 • 2:44:11pm

House is cleaned. Ready for cleaning lady.

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wrenchwench  Jul 17, 2015 • 2:47:27pm
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Drive By Commenter  Jul 17, 2015 • 2:50:12pm

I guess it’s back to shoplifting, bad checks and the occasional convience store. His grift is dying ala Sarah Quitterface.

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De Kolta Chair  Jul 17, 2015 • 2:51:29pm

re: #63 Eric The Fruit Bat

There’s a reason why The Society of Jesus are called God’s Shock Troops-too bad I can’t remember that the reason was, tho….

Speaking of a Jesuit education, and it being the end of the working week, hopefully ;-)

“All moanday, tearsday, wailsday, thumpsday, frightday, shatterday till the fear of the Law” — Finnegans Wake

Sláinte!

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teleskiguy  Jul 17, 2015 • 2:54:17pm
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majii  Jul 17, 2015 • 2:58:18pm

re: #3 Eric The Fruit Bat
The many Twitter suspensions he’s received show that he’s not as smart as he thinks he is.

Am I enjoying this too much? Nope!

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wrenchwench  Jul 17, 2015 • 2:59:18pm
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Eventual Carrion  Jul 17, 2015 • 3:00:02pm

Suspended Cat looks even eviler when you mouse fly over the photo on the banner page.

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Eric The Fruit Bat  Jul 17, 2015 • 3:00:36pm

re: #8 Charles Johnson

That alone should be an instant TOS violation smackdown.

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wrenchwench  Jul 17, 2015 • 3:05:20pm
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The Vicious Babushka  Jul 17, 2015 • 3:05:20pm

Meanwhile the Loesch’s and Steve Crowder are tag-teaming for Ben Shapiro

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Charles Johnson  Jul 17, 2015 • 3:07:09pm
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Charles Johnson  Jul 17, 2015 • 3:08:40pm

Great new album!

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De Kolta Chair  Jul 17, 2015 • 3:13:32pm

re: #72 teleskiguy

Cool pictures!

Very cool.

Tucson AZ in the mid-1980’s: a row of us freaks have dropped tabs of something or other, grooving on the maestro and his killer band, and 45 minutes into the show Frank’s big baldheaded bodyguard, John — bless his immortal soul — comes out from the wings, whispers something in Frank’s ear and the show stops dead in its tracks. Frank and the band skeedaddle offstage.

Silence for at least a 1/2 hour. No announcements, nothing. Everyone’s buzzed and it’s all part of the show.

1/4 hour later the show starts again, and it’s a memorable one. Everyone’s playing on full pistons. The crowd goes wild.

Afterwards, rumors float around that someone had sneaked into the venue with a gun. The next day the papers report that an unarmed fan had scaled the outside walls of the theatre, broken into a ceiling window, and got stuck in the rafters.

And I thought we were stoned!

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Jul 17, 2015 • 3:14:12pm

re: #61 Backwoods_Sleuth

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hahahahaaa, Mikaela!
Some of us had pencils.
And pencil sharpeners.

My school desks up until junior high actually had holes in them for inkwells.

Oh, and we somehow managed to put people on the moon at the same time…

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William Lewis  Jul 17, 2015 • 3:15:04pm

Hey, speaking of new albums, Wilco has a new album out and it’s available for free download for a short time.

Star Wars

wilcoworld.net

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Jul 17, 2015 • 3:20:18pm

Picked up my two epipens, two kinds of allergy meds, and an inhaler.
My co-pay was $12.88. Thanks Obamacare!

I now feel like an old woman with all this crap added to my regular old people’s prescriptions.
OTOH, I just might live long enough to annoy people for another couple of decades or more.

:D

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retired cynic  Jul 17, 2015 • 3:22:02pm

re: #84 Backwoods_Sleuth

There has to be a purpose!

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Jul 17, 2015 • 3:22:22pm

re: #85 retired cynic

There has to be a purpose!

I always look for the silver lining!

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Jenner7  Jul 17, 2015 • 3:22:57pm

Police: Weapons Spotted With Group On Staten Island May Be Paintball Guns

The images showed a man and woman handling the rifles and pointing them in the windows of two cars. But NYPD firearms experts conducted a forensic examination of the photographs, and their preliminary opinion was that “the weapons in the pictures strongly resemble replicas of firearms used in paintball games,” NYPD Deputy Commissioner of Intelligence and Counter-Terrorism John Miller said in a statement.

newyork.cbslocal.com

This is all over FB and they are panicking.

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teleskiguy  Jul 17, 2015 • 3:23:13pm

re: #83 William Lewis

You forgot the letter L in the link.

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Eric The Fruit Bat  Jul 17, 2015 • 3:23:51pm

re: #65 Higgs Boson’s Mate

I thought that was Opus Dei (Y’know, Scalia, Thomas, Alito….)

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William Lewis  Jul 17, 2015 • 3:24:00pm

re: #88 teleskiguy

You forgot the letter L in the link.

Fixed, thanks.

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goddamnedfrank  Jul 17, 2015 • 3:26:33pm

re: #79 Charles Johnson

A large percentage of the Gawker Media editorial staff disagreed with Gawker’s decision to publish the post to which this statement refers. Our opposition to the removal of the post lies solely in the process by which that decision was made, not in regard to the content of the post itself.

This is another one of those situations where Option 1 was ignored. They could’ve just said nothing. I mean, why should anybody care about this? Management stepped in to belatedly fix a fuck up that was caused in the first place by their editorial staff failing to do their basic jobs. I’m supposed to listen to their grievances about not following the proper procedure for dealing with this kind of gross incompetence?

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thedopefishlives  Jul 17, 2015 • 3:27:51pm

Evening Lizardim from the hot, sunny, beautiful wild north country. It’s been a good day, all the more so to come in from mowing the yard and see this article. When are right-wingers going to start catching on that merely being associated with this racist, sexist, hate-filled, floor-pooping freak is toxic to their image? Even lending him your Twitter account comes with a risk of a permanent ban. How go things among the lizardfolk?

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#FergusonFireside  Jul 17, 2015 • 3:28:36pm
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Charles Johnson  Jul 17, 2015 • 3:36:51pm
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attilatheblond  Jul 17, 2015 • 3:38:54pm

re: #11 No Country For Old Haters

One wonders if he is his only follower & has 20,000 sock puppet accounts.

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Eric The Fruit Bat  Jul 17, 2015 • 3:40:28pm

re: #78 The Vicious Babushka

But if I start pumping chemicals into you, you can damn well bet I’m going to affect changing some behavior-something that, with certain genetic sequences, can cause all sorts of known and unknown events/results.

Dana desperately wants to think that genes (especially the sex phenotypes) are night and day and cast in concrete across every biological process. I’d tell her that she knows less than 1 thousandths of 1 tenth of 1 percent on how genetic makeup can cause a Bruce Jenner to ‘change his spots’ (to use their vernacular, since temporal science is way beyond their microcephalic brains to understand-especially when you throw the concept of karyotypes at them.)

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The Vicious Babushka  Jul 17, 2015 • 3:42:21pm

re: #96 Eric The Fruit Bat

But if I start pumping chemicals into you, you can damn well bet I’m going to affect changing some behavior-something that, with certain genetic sequences, can cause all sorts of known and unknown events/results.

Dana desperately wants to think that genes (especially the sex phenotypes) are night and day and cast in concrete. I’d tell her that she knows less than 1 thousandths of 1 tenth of 1 percent on how genetic makeup can cause a Bruce Jenner to ‘change his spots’ (to use their vernacular, since temporal science is way beyond their microcephalic brains to understand-especially when you throw the concept of karyotypes at them.)

All of a sudden they’re all “sciency” but not when it comes to climate or evolution.

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The Vicious Babushka  Jul 17, 2015 • 3:42:50pm
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Targetpractice  Jul 17, 2015 • 3:44:09pm

re: #98 The Vicious Babushka

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Has he told daddy yet that he was wrong to let the DoD impose those rules in the first place? I’m sure that will go over well…

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Jenner7  Jul 17, 2015 • 3:45:02pm

re: #98 The Vicious Babushka

So, more guns….not less.

Sigh…

Will we ever learn??

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Eric The Fruit Bat  Jul 17, 2015 • 3:45:24pm

re: #97 The Vicious Babushka

They only have one answer to shield them from temporal reality:

“GodDidIt”. Ironically, these are the people that Christ himself says you should walk away from when many adverse events occur and they say “Jesus will provide for me.”

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The Vicious Babushka  Jul 17, 2015 • 3:45:51pm
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Wendell Zurkowitz (slave to the waffle light)  Jul 17, 2015 • 3:46:18pm

re: #97 The Vicious Babushka

All of a sudden they’re all “sciency” but not when it comes to climate or evolution.

science can be useful when it comes to killing people, or justifying racism, sexism or bigotry.

they hate evolution but love them some social darwinism and bell curves

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jaunte  Jul 17, 2015 • 3:46:26pm

re: #98 The Vicious Babushka

“If the Marines were armed, I think people would’ve known that, and if they had known it, maybe they wouldn’t have come in,” he said.

And then maybe the killings would be done with a scoped rifle.

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Wendell Zurkowitz (slave to the waffle light)  Jul 17, 2015 • 3:48:47pm

re: #98 The Vicious Babushka

Jeb Bush calls for lifting ban on carrying guns in military recruiting offices:

and have the guards work longer hours to build a strong, safe america

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Eric The Fruit Bat  Jul 17, 2015 • 3:50:23pm

re: #104 jaunte

Actually, automation could have saved at least 2 or 3 of the victims by installing a robotic turret-but the costs of construction, testing, maintenance and insurance/liability would have made deploying the solution too expensive.

And that’s assuming the perp was within the automation’s tracking range-as someone pointed out, if it was a sniper? Fuhgetaboutit.

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Dave In Austin  Jul 17, 2015 • 3:50:42pm

Interesting…..

I applied to for a position with Facebook on a whim and had the preliminary this afternoon. Round 2 next week.

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The Very Reverend Battleaxe of Knowledge  Jul 17, 2015 • 3:51:33pm

re: #96 Eric The Fruit Bat

But if I start pumping chemicals into you, you can damn well bet I’m going to affect changing some behavior-something that, with certain genetic sequences, can cause all sorts of known and unknown events/results.

Dana desperately wants to think that genes (especially the sex phenotypes) are night and day and cast in concrete across every biological process. I’d tell her that she knows less than 1 thousandths of 1 tenth of 1 percent on how genetic makeup can cause a Bruce Jenner to ‘change his spots’ (to use their vernacular, since temporal science is way beyond their microcephalic brains to understand-especially when you throw the concept of karyotypes at them.)

Then there’s Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome. Now it’s probably an urban legend that Jamie Lee Curtis is an example of that, but there are plenty more you’d never suspect of being an XY genotype.

109
blueraven  Jul 17, 2015 • 3:51:43pm

re: #98 The Vicious Babushka

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I don’t have a problem if they use trained armed military guards at all military gates and recruiting centers. But not opened up for any and all to carry a gun at those facilities.

110
Kilroy01  Jul 17, 2015 • 3:52:29pm

re: #106 Eric The Fruit Bat

Actually, automation could have saved at least 2 or 3 of the victims by installing a robotic turret-but the costs of construction, testing, maintenance and insurance/liability would have made deploying the solution too expensive.

Your civil rights are still in effect…

111
jaunte  Jul 17, 2015 • 3:53:05pm

Jeb Bush: “Who’s John Hinckley, Jr.?”

112
teleskiguy  Jul 17, 2015 • 3:53:44pm

This is my 7,000th comment at LGF. How about some Butthole Surfers?!

NSFW - Language

113
The Vicious Babushka  Jul 17, 2015 • 3:54:47pm

re: #112 teleskiguy

This is my 7,000th comment at LGF. How about some Butthole Surfers?!

[Embedded content]

NSFW - Language

You should put that in spoiler tags. More than the language is NSFW.

114
teleskiguy  Jul 17, 2015 • 3:55:40pm

re: #113 The Vicious Babushka

You should put that in spoiler tags. More than the language is NSFW.

Done.

115
wrenchwench  Jul 17, 2015 • 3:58:19pm

re: #95 attilatheblond

Welcome, hatchling.

116
The Vicious Babushka  Jul 17, 2015 • 3:58:21pm

Oh shit

117
Eric The Fruit Bat  Jul 17, 2015 • 3:58:36pm

re: #108 The Very Reverend Battleaxe of Knowledge

Now it’s probably an urban legend that Jamie Lee Curtis is an example of that

It’s not (at least if my family member is to be trusted) - he has a MS in genetic biochem and this stuff came up in his coursework. I have no reason to doubt his analysis and the provided data.

118
The Vicious Babushka  Jul 17, 2015 • 4:00:24pm
119
teleskiguy  Jul 17, 2015 • 4:00:56pm

re: #116 The Vicious Babushka

re: #118 The Vicious Babushka

Yikes! That’s not good.

120
Eric The Fruit Bat  Jul 17, 2015 • 4:01:36pm

re: #110 Kilroy01

Almost looks like a Tachikoma.

121
#FergusonFireside  Jul 17, 2015 • 4:01:45pm

re: #116 The Vicious Babushka

Oh shit

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Whoa.

122
ObserverArt  Jul 17, 2015 • 4:03:29pm

re: #61 Backwoods_Sleuth

[Embedded content]

hahahahaaa, Mikaela!
Some of us had pencils.
And pencil sharpeners.

My school desks up until junior high actually had holes in them for inkwells.

Heh. Surprised to see a tweet from her. She was just released from NBC channel 4 here in Columbus. She was a former news reporter on a team of 4 now down to 3. She worked the 4:30 am to 7:00 am shift. No idea why they releases her unless it came down to saving money, which is probably the case.

123
The Very Reverend Battleaxe of Knowledge  Jul 17, 2015 • 4:03:30pm

re: #117 Eric The Fruit Bat

It’s not (at least if my family member is to be trusted) - he has a MS in genetic biochem and this stuff came up in his coursework. I have no reason to doubt his analysis and the provided data.

Wow—I’d been seeing that story debunked over and over, but if true…well…what’s the difference? Except the better to blow the wingnuts’ minds—and that’s always good.

124
teleskiguy  Jul 17, 2015 • 4:05:12pm

There’s a fire burning cars on the freeway at Cajon Pass. Meanwhile, at my twenty, drought is virtually non-existent from a very wet spring and less-but-still wet summer.

125
The Very Reverend Battleaxe of Knowledge  Jul 17, 2015 • 4:06:49pm

re: #118 The Vicious Babushka

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Damn! Well, month after month of vicious sun and no rain, and hauling billions of tons of flammable material into such an area…I guess that’s what happens. I’ve always hated El Niño, but I’m looking forward to this one.

126
Backwoods_Sleuth  Jul 17, 2015 • 4:07:47pm

sigh

127
Eric The Fruit Bat  Jul 17, 2015 • 4:09:01pm

re: #123 The Very Reverend Battleaxe of Knowledge

The a-ha moment is the fact that her children with Christopher Guest are adopted-they have no natural children of their own.

128
Backwoods_Sleuth  Jul 17, 2015 • 4:11:09pm

re: #122 ObserverArt

Heh. Surprised to see a tweet from her. She was just released from NBC channel 4 here in Columbus. She was a former news reporter on a team of 4 now down to 3. She worked the 4:30 am to 7:00 am shift. No idea why they releases her unless it came down to saving money, which is probably the case.

Yep. She’s not talking about it, but she was pretty stunned when it happened…apparently it was a complete surprise to her.

129
Charles Johnson  Jul 17, 2015 • 4:11:13pm

It’ll be fascinating to see if Chuck writes something about being suspended by Twitter again at his crappy blog. He never did actually admit @RonReaganLives was him, so if he writes about it he’ll have to do that. What will be more important to him - ranting about being “censored,” or avoiding being exposed as a sneaky weasel?

I am amuse.

130
wheat-dogghazi-mailgate  Jul 17, 2015 • 4:11:24pm

I woke up to good news. CCJ is still banned, yet again.

131
thedopefishlives  Jul 17, 2015 • 4:12:21pm

re: #129 Charles Johnson

I suspect the cognitive dissonance will build up until his pointy little head asplode. But alas, that’s probably just wishful thinking on my part.

132
The Vicious Babushka  Jul 17, 2015 • 4:12:56pm
133
De Kolta Chair  Jul 17, 2015 • 4:14:19pm

True story:

Me to a cashier at least half my age yesterday afternoon: How’s it going?

Cashier: It’s Ramadan. I’m fucking starving.

134
dog philosopher ஐஒஔ௸  Jul 17, 2015 • 4:16:24pm

Suspended by Twitter

it depends on what noxious substance they suspended him over

135
Eric The Fruit Bat  Jul 17, 2015 • 4:17:12pm

re: #129 Charles Johnson

If he’s learned his lesson (yeah, I know, fat chance) and his Commanding Self/ego is under control he’ll keep his mouth shut and say nothing.

OTOH, if he even makes one peep about losing this gateway, then it proves the Commanding Self is in charge of him and he’ll continue to be vulnerable to such side-channel attacks.

Stay alert, lizards.

136
Wendell Zurkowitz (slave to the waffle light)  Jul 17, 2015 • 4:17:20pm

re: #132 The Vicious Babushka

Chattanooga shooting suspect briefly worked at nuclear power plant:

Well, would you rather he worked at a nuke plant in America or one in Iran?

137
#FergusonFireside  Jul 17, 2015 • 4:20:02pm

re: #133 De Kolta Chair

True story:

Me to much younger than I cashier yesterday afternoon: How’s it going?

Cashier: It’s Ramadan. I’m fucking starving.

I think this wins LGF today.

138
Eric The Fruit Bat  Jul 17, 2015 • 4:20:50pm

re: #129 Charles Johnson

We need to pay attention to his (cough) Facebook (cough) space as well.

139
EPR-radar  Jul 17, 2015 • 4:23:39pm

re: #91 goddamnedfrank

This is another one of those situations where Option 1 was ignored. They could’ve just said nothing. I mean, why should anybody care about this? Management stepped in to belatedly fix a fuck up that was caused in the first place by their editorial staff failing to do their basic jobs. I’m supposed to listen to their grievances about not following the proper procedure for dealing with this kind of gross incompetence?

A lawyer I know is fond of the expression “Period. Full stop.” when it is time to shut up. It is often legally damaging to blather on and on about something, and this damage potential is not limited to legal issues.

140
TedStriker  Jul 17, 2015 • 4:25:06pm

re: #108 The Very Reverend Battleaxe of Knowledge

Then there’s Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome. Now it’s probably an urban legend that Jamie Lee Curtis is an example of that, but there are plenty more you’d never suspect of being an XY genotype.

re: #117 Eric The Fruit Bat

It’s not (at least if my family member is to be trusted) - he has a MS in genetic biochem and this stuff came up in his coursework. I have no reason to doubt his analysis and the provided data.

re: #123 The Very Reverend Battleaxe of Knowledge

Wow—I’d been seeing that story debunked over and over, but if true…well…what’s the difference? Except the better to blow the wingnuts’ minds—and that’s always good.

re: #127 Eric The Fruit Bat

The a-ha moment is the fact that her children with Christopher Guest are adopted-they have no natural children of their own.

And, in the end, it really doesn’t matter to anyone but Curtis and her family; frankly, it’s none of my business as a fan.

141
Eric The Fruit Bat  Jul 17, 2015 • 4:25:13pm

re: #136 Wendell Zurkowitz (slave to the waffle light)

That’s a rather odd question to ask.

US nuke warhead count = thousands

Isarel warhead count = 40+
Iran nuke warhead count = 0

142
Eric The Fruit Bat  Jul 17, 2015 • 4:25:39pm

re: #140 TedStriker

True dat.

143
#FergusonFireside  Jul 17, 2015 • 4:25:56pm

Glad you saw that ww. Post here, I’m mobile & lame.

144
dog philosopher ஐஒஔ௸  Jul 17, 2015 • 4:26:20pm

briefly worked

that describes my workday today

145
thedopefishlives  Jul 17, 2015 • 4:27:52pm

re: #144 dog philosopher ஐஒஔ௸

briefly worked

that describes my workday today

Our retirement planner was in our offices on Wednesday to help our staff with paperwork for retirement account rollovers. When it was my turn to meet with him, he came by to get me and he asked me, “Working hard?” My reply was, “Hardly working.” He just about fell over from a laughing fit. I’ve never had anyone actually laugh at that old chestnut before.

146
stpaulbear  Jul 17, 2015 • 4:28:48pm

re: #144 dog philosopher ஐஒஔ௸

briefly worked

that describes my workday today

I was hitting roadblocks on my projects so I spent the whole afternoon updating my safety training. Two of the modules were about ticks and poisonous plants. Now I’m afraid to go outside.

147
TedStriker  Jul 17, 2015 • 4:31:00pm

re: #145 thedopefishlives

Our retirement planner was in our offices on Wednesday to help our staff with paperwork for retirement account rollovers. When it was my turn to meet with him, he came by to get me and he asked me, “Working hard?” My reply was, “Hardly working.” He just about fell over from a laughing fit. I’ve never had anyone actually laugh at that old chestnut before.

Some people are just easily amused.

148
thedopefishlives  Jul 17, 2015 • 4:31:42pm

re: #147 TedStriker

Some people are just easily amused.

Well, and our office is generally known for a serious case of sarcastic wit. We also keep stockpiles of Nerf guns and ammo laying about the place, which should tell you something about the company I work for.

149
stpaulbear  Jul 17, 2015 • 4:32:47pm

re: #145 thedopefishlives

The biggest work joke laugh I ever got was when someone asked me how many people worked at my office, and I answered ‘Oh, about half’. One of the people in the room used to be a supervisor there, and he just lost it for about 10 minutes.

150
#FergusonFireside  Jul 17, 2015 • 4:32:54pm

re: #145 thedopefishlives

Our retirement planner was in our offices on Wednesday to help our staff with paperwork for retirement account rollovers. When it was my turn to meet with him, he came by to get me and he asked me, “Working hard?” My reply was, “Hardly working.” He just about fell over from a laughing fit. I’ve never had anyone actually laugh at that old chestnut before.

Young-un? miss working with my old peeps especially when I’d say some old Chestnut & savor the look on their faces. Then they’d ask me about it later!!!!

151
TedStriker  Jul 17, 2015 • 4:33:17pm

re: #146 stpaulbear

I was hitting roadblocks on my projects so I spent the whole afternoon updating my safety training. Two of the modules were about ticks and poisonous plants. Now I’m afraid to go outside.

152
Wendell Zurkowitz (slave to the waffle light)  Jul 17, 2015 • 4:33:39pm

re: #141 Eric The Fruit Bat

That’s a rather odd question to ask.

US nuke warhead count = thousands

Isarel warhead count = 40+
Iran nuke warhead count = 0

Those Israeli nukes belong to God, the Old Testament God, who is, as any Biblical scholar can tell you, the better of the two Testaments.

/

153
thedopefishlives  Jul 17, 2015 • 4:33:45pm

re: #150 #FergusonFireside

Young-un? miss working with my old peeps especially when I’d say some old Chestnut & savor the look on their faces. Then they’d ask me about it later!!!!

Actually, he’s older than me. Guess I just caught him on a good day.

154
KingKenrod  Jul 17, 2015 • 4:38:07pm

I hope Chuck paid a shitload of money of @RonReaganLives. An account with 24k solid conservatives couldn’t have been cheap.

And if some wingnut moron let him use it for free, it just goes to show - anyone who gets involved with Chuck gets shit on sooner or later.

155
dog philosopher ஐஒஔ௸  Jul 17, 2015 • 4:41:40pm

re: #150 #FergusonFireside

Young-un? miss working with my old peeps especially when I’d say some old Chestnut & savor the look on their faces. Then they’d ask me about it later!!!!

somebody said “‘hey’ is for horses” to me the other day and i was transported back to the 60s for a second

156
jaunte  Jul 17, 2015 • 4:43:25pm
157
William Lewis  Jul 17, 2015 • 4:45:25pm

re: #155 dog philosopher ஐஒஔ௸

somebody said “‘hey’ is for horses” to me the other day and i was transported back to the 60s for a second

Straw’s cheaper… < whistles innocently >

158
#FergusonFireside  Jul 17, 2015 • 4:48:28pm

I read they found the Austin cobra dead. :-(

159
teleskiguy  Jul 17, 2015 • 4:51:09pm
160
Bird in the Paw  Jul 17, 2015 • 4:51:52pm

re: #110 Kilroy01

Embedded Image

Your civil rights are still in effect…

Careful, escalation can happen.

USA vs. Japan Part II: Giant robots set to duel Japan Part II: Giant robots set to duel

Video - I can’t seem to embed this on my iPad — ?

161
De Kolta Chair  Jul 17, 2015 • 4:52:51pm

re: #137 #FergusonFireside

I think this wins LGF today.

His name is Nuwair. He’s from Pakistan, and studying engineering at Columbia University while assistant managing four days a week at 7-11. A very nice guy with a very funny and subtle sense of humor. My kind of people. ;-)

162
teleskiguy  Jul 17, 2015 • 4:54:45pm

There are 18-wheelers fully engulfed! What a mess.

163
The Vicious Babushka  Jul 17, 2015 • 4:56:08pm

A wingnut was spamming fake Margaret Sanger quotes & that lame KKK photoshop at me. Then I saw it had about 15 followers so I just blocked it.

164
dog philosopher ஐஒஔ௸  Jul 17, 2015 • 4:57:37pm

Velociraptor Was a ‘Fluffy, Feathered Poodle From Hell’

that makes a good friday headline

165
jaunte  Jul 17, 2015 • 4:57:41pm

re: #163 The Vicious Babushka

Where they get the idea that Margaret Sanger is the “Supreme Leader” of people who think women should control their own healthcare is beyond me.

166
The Vicious Babushka  Jul 17, 2015 • 4:59:38pm

re: #165 jaunte

Where they get the idea that Margaret Sanger is the “Supreme Leader” of people who think women should control their own healthcare is beyond me.

But they love ‘em some Ann Coulter, who says the same shit that’s in the fake quotes. Go figure.

167
Eric The Fruit Bat  Jul 17, 2015 • 5:04:19pm

re: #166 The Vicious Babushka

That’s why I gave up Twitter. Set’s me off way too easily.

168
wrenchwench  Jul 17, 2015 • 5:08:56pm

Saved from this morning because it’s good:

169
Blind Frog Belly White  Jul 17, 2015 • 5:09:27pm

re: #165 jaunte

Where they get the idea that Margaret Sanger is the “Supreme Leader” of people who think women should control their own healthcare is beyond me.

Authoritarian thinking - discredit the leader and you discredit the idea. They assume our minds work that way, too. Hence “Darwin recanted on his deathbed!” and “Al Gore is fat!”

170
Eventual Carrion  Jul 17, 2015 • 5:10:21pm

re: #98 The Vicious Babushka

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That ban was put in place under his dads admin. Is he saying his dads people were wrong?

171
Wendell Zurkowitz (slave to the waffle light)  Jul 17, 2015 • 5:10:58pm

re: #167 Eric The Fruit Bat

That’s why I gave up Twitter. Set’s me off way too easily.

Too much Twitter shows up on this site for my taste.
It is not a fit format for discussing politics or anything that requires nuance and structured arguments, it is for letting us know who you are hanging with or what you had for lunch or what you think of the latest film/concert/fashion show you have just seen.

172
Backwoods_Sleuth  Jul 17, 2015 • 5:11:05pm

re: #169 Blind Frog Belly White

Authoritarian thinking - discredit the leader and you discredit the idea. They assume our minds work that way, too. Hence “Darwin recanted on his deathbed!” and “Al Gore is fat!”

“Feminists are ugly!”

173
Eventual Carrion  Jul 17, 2015 • 5:11:16pm

re: #99 Targetpractice

Has he told daddy yet that he was wrong to let the DoD impose those rules in the first place? I’m sure that will go over well…

Ha, I should have read just one more comment down.

174
Wendell Zurkowitz (slave to the waffle light)  Jul 17, 2015 • 5:13:07pm

re: #169 Blind Frog Belly White

Authoritarian thinking - discredit the leader and you discredit the idea. They assume our minds work that way, too. Hence “Darwin recanted on his deathbed!” and “Al Gore is fat!”

Which is why Ronald Reagan was and remains a saint…

175
De Kolta Chair  Jul 17, 2015 • 5:13:15pm

A short sappy note (blame it on the IPA): The vast majority of people I’ve met in my many travels across our wondrously surreal and lovely land have been very nice to me and mine, and that includes Kansas (one of the friendliest diners I’ve ever eaten breakfast at was in Russell, Bob Dole’s home town). Caveat: I may feel less magnanimous tomorrow.

176
dog philosopher ஐஒஔ௸  Jul 17, 2015 • 5:13:41pm

re: #169 Blind Frog Belly White

Authoritarian thinking - discredit the leader and you discredit the idea. They assume our minds work that way, too. Hence “Darwin recanted on his deathbed!” and “Al Gore is fat!”

they are so out of touch that they actually think that the left wing of the democratic party worships obama and loves hillary clinton

what alternate universe is that??

177
Bear  Jul 17, 2015 • 5:15:07pm

re: #61 Backwoods_Sleuth

When I was at the University we used slide rules.

178
BeachDem  Jul 17, 2015 • 5:15:24pm

re: #155 dog philosopher ஐஒஔ௸

somebody said “‘hey’ is for horses” to me the other day and i was transported back to the 60s for a second

Best one I heard last night, in regard to Jeb!—He has heavy metal poisoning from the silver spoon in his mouth.

179
Wendell Zurkowitz (slave to the waffle light)  Jul 17, 2015 • 5:17:02pm

re: #176 dog philosopher ஐஒஔ௸

they are so out of touch that they actually think that the left wing of the democratic party worships obama and loves hillary clinton

what alternate universe is that??

because they are convinced that all liberals and minorities hate successful, hard-working white anglo males and prostrate themselves before anyone who isn’t one, no matter how dangerous they are to our country and our christian heritage.

that is their alternate universe

180
Wendell Zurkowitz (slave to the waffle light)  Jul 17, 2015 • 5:17:42pm

re: #177 Bear

When I was at the University we used slide rules.

We had those in my high school freshman chemistry class.

181
Backwoods_Sleuth  Jul 17, 2015 • 5:19:04pm

re: #177 Bear

When I was at the University we used slide rules.

I had them in high school in the late 1960s.

182
Backwoods_Sleuth  Jul 17, 2015 • 5:25:19pm
183
Backwoods_Sleuth  Jul 17, 2015 • 5:29:12pm

good freaking grief.

184
EPR-radar  Jul 17, 2015 • 5:29:16pm

OT, a fine bit of entertainment over at RedState, where the latest attempt at curbing Trumpism has drawn nearly 200 comments of vigorous discussion. redstate.com

200 comments is a large number of comments for a RedState article.

185
The Vicious Babushka  Jul 17, 2015 • 5:29:21pm

re: #181 Backwoods_Sleuth

I had them in high school in the late 1960s.

I remember those.

We were allowed to use pocket calculators in my advanced math classes in the 80’s but only for arithmetic (including square roots).

186
The Vicious Babushka  Jul 17, 2015 • 5:30:04pm

re: #183 Backwoods_Sleuth

good freaking grief.

[Embedded content]

Well if the snakebite didn’t kill them the heart attack will.

187
Chan Kobun  Jul 17, 2015 • 5:30:28pm

re: #183 Backwoods_Sleuth

Fuck-a-Doodle-SHIT!

Why don’t they just threaten to put the venom back while they’re at it?

188
BeachDem  Jul 17, 2015 • 5:32:16pm

re: #187 Chan Kobun

Fuck-a-Doodle-SHIT!

Why don’t they just threaten to put the venom back while they’re at it?

And how thoughty to give a full two weeks to pay!

189
Backwoods_Sleuth  Jul 17, 2015 • 5:32:31pm

re: #186 The Vicious Babushka

Well if the snakebite didn’t kill them the heart attack will.

One of my dogs got bit in the face by a copperhead and he looked like a sharpei within 15 minutes. The total vet bill was about $50.
I was bit in the leg by a copperhead a few years earlier and toughed it out because I had no insurance and knew it wouldn’t be anything like $50.

190
Mattand  Jul 17, 2015 • 5:34:58pm

re: #184 EPR-radar

OT, a fine bit of entertainment over at RedState, where the latest attempt at curbing Trumpism has drawn nearly 200 comments of vigorous discussion. redstate.com

200 comments is a large number of comments for a RedState article.

They must be blowing through their crayons at mach speed.

191
#FergusonFireside  Jul 17, 2015 • 5:36:37pm

re: #189 Backwoods_Sleuth

One of my dogs got bit in the face by a copperhead and he looked like a sharpei within 15 minutes. The total vet bill was about $50.
I was bit in the leg by a copperhead a few years earlier and toughed it out because I had no insurance and knew it wouldn’t be anything like $50.

Too brave. & lucky.

192
EPR-radar  Jul 17, 2015 • 5:37:08pm

re: #190 Mattand

They must be blowing through their crayons at mach speed.

What I’m getting from this is that the Trump supporters may not fit the ‘flavor of the week’ pattern we saw in the 2012 GOP primary, where each nut had his turn as front runner, but nobody could count on consistent support.

193
Belafon  Jul 17, 2015 • 5:37:25pm

re: #181 Backwoods_Sleuth

I bought one from K-Mart for $1.12 when I was in the sixth grade. I have my grandfather’s that he used in the army in WW2.

194
Bear  Jul 17, 2015 • 5:38:37pm

re: #185 The Vicious Babushka

Wonder what things now state of the art will be looked as antiques by people in 50 or so years?

195
danarchy  Jul 17, 2015 • 5:43:07pm

re: #194 Bear

Wonder what things now state of the art will be looked as antiques by people in 50 or so years?

“You mean you used to have to carry around computers in your pockets and input with your fingers or voice? You couldn’t just think it to the cloud?”

196
Eric The Fruit Bat  Jul 17, 2015 • 5:58:14pm

re: #183 Backwoods_Sleuth

$83 large for pharmacology to treat a poisonous snakebite wound?

We are truly fucked.

197
Decatur Deb  Jul 17, 2015 • 6:27:46pm

re: #42 Charles Johnson

Imagine how Chuck is raging and raving right now. I wonder if he’s smashing things?


“To the last I grapple with thee; from hell’s heart I stab at thee; for hate’s sake I spit my last breath at thee.

198
The Very Reverend Battleaxe of Knowledge  Jul 17, 2015 • 6:50:56pm

re: #197 Decatur Deb


“To the last I grapple with thee; from hell’s heart I stab at thee; for hate’s sake I spit my last breath at thee.

And from our Charles Johnson:

“He tasks me. He tasks me, and I will have him!”

199
weave  Jul 18, 2015 • 7:37:31am

re: #184 EPR-radar

OT, a fine bit of entertainment over at RedState, where the latest attempt at curbing Trumpism has drawn nearly 200 comments of vigorous discussion. redstate.com

Oooooo….

Neil Stevens

I’d quit RedState before I’d back that lying blowhard.

Pro-clinton, pro-abort, pro-Kelo.

Trump represents everything unAmerican.

200
meteor  Jul 18, 2015 • 1:06:26pm

I swear, that creepy smiley face of Chuck makes me want to grab a pitchfork and expel the beast.

201
S.D.  Jul 21, 2015 • 9:59:32am

O, How did I miss this????


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Here’s What It Takes to Keep Katmai’s Famous Bear Cams Running Image: BearCamsIMG_5844.jpg Author: Suzanna Caldwell Looking for a moment of Zen? Or just wanting to sneak away to a wild place, even if it's only for a minute? Enter the Katmai bear cams. The cameras, a set of nine, ...
Cheechako
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Stranger Things Season II Trailer The first trailer for Stranger Things 2 is here. It’s 1984 and the citizens of Hawkins, Indiana are still reeling from the horrors of the demogorgon and the secrets of Hawkins Lab. Will Byers has been rescued from the ...
Thanos
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‘Silent Coup’: Limbaugh Says ?!?! In an impassioned commentary, Rush Limbaugh said he believes the Washington establishment - both Democrats and Republicans - are involved in a "silent coup" against President Trump. Silent coup? Wrong and wrong. As silent as Rachael Maddow, Keith Olberman ...
Unshaken Defiance
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Immigration: Focus LocallyIn these days of Trump and the Republicans attacking everything decent about America, it's too easy to focus on the immediate threat. Trump's Muslim band is back, but everyone is paying attention to the Republicans trying to steal our healthcare. ...
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‘Submit to Your Husbands’: Women Told to Endure Domestic Violence in the Name of God (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) The culprits were obvious: it was the menopause or the devil. Who else could be blamed, Peter screamed at his wife in nightly tirades, for her alleged insubordination, for her stupidity, her lack of sexual pliability, her refusal to ...
Birth Control Works
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West Virginia Families, Just Learning About Health-Care Access, Fear It Will Be Taken Away - Rewire In Vienna, West Virginia—just north of Parkersburg, along the Ohio River separating the two states—the only Planned Parenthood health center in the state sits among a scattering of gray and tan buildings beside the main road. A few days ...
Birth Control Works
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Trump Election Commissioner Used Dubious Data to Allege an “Alien Invasion” - Mother Jones Election officials and experts say there’s plenty of reason to doubt those claims.But they could still provide a blueprint for Trump’s commission, which has so far hinted at tighter restrictions on voting in the name of cracking down on ...
Thanos
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Inside the Middle East’s First Rape & Domestic Violence Crisis Program For the last year and a half, there’s been a new sight in the Kingdom of Bahrain. Lodged into stacks of newspapers, stuck to mirrors in restaurant bathrooms, and pinned to grocery store notice boards are small, blue-and-white fliers ...
Birth Control Works
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