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Today is probably going to be rough, what with a bunch of yahoos rallying in Boston for their “Free Speech” rally — a concept they neither actually support nor understand — but we here at Wonkette believe in self care, so we would like to bring a little sunshine to your day in the form of a video of a good samaritan throwing coffee in the face of Alex Jones as he walked down the street screaming about the illuminati or whatever.

The coffee thrower has been identified as Jake Stratton, a local figure in Seattle wrestling:

Prior to Jones getting a face of what definitely must have been lukewarm coffee judging by his reaction, and not “boiling hot” coffee as Jones and his supporters keep saying (I spill hot coffee on my self REGULARLY, so am kind of an expert here), he was confronted by another good samaritan who told him to fuck off. This caused him to jaunt down the street yelling at the man for not being an “intellectual” and listening to the mainstream media. Apparently, the only reason to not like Alex Jones or think he is bonkers is because you listen to the mainstream media. Otherwise, a dude who screams about gay frogs and juice boxes that turn children gay and how he is constantly being attacked by armies of goblins (who may or may not also be gay) would seem very normal to you.

Unless you are the kind of person who doesn’t know what the queers are doing to the soil.

Yeah, they’re building landing strips for gay martians probably with Hillary Clinton, probably at pizza places across the country. That is the end plan, I believe.

By the way, that song was recorded in 1988, well before Alex Jones was on the scene. Which I think means that Rodney Anonymous is either psychic, or that Alex Jones is a figment of his imagination somehow.

We don’t know if the coffee was Jones’ SUPER AWESOME PATRIOT BULLETPROOF COFFEE that he hocks on his show, but probably it was not.

Delightfully enough, ANOTHER good samaritan alerted Seattle PD to Jones’ antics on Twitter, and they responded appropriately.

TOTALLY POSSIBLE.

Anyway, we should all put this video in our files for when we are having a bad day, because it is delightful, and Alex Jones should have coffee poured on him everywhere he goes.

[The Stranger]

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  • Nounverb911

    Finally, a good use for Starbucks!

  • TJ Barke

    I heard it was confirmed that the guy that threw the coffee was an actor, and Jones staged the whole thing, because fraud.

  • Suttree
    • (((fka_donnie_d)))

      Remember Glenn Beck saying “we surround them?”

      Good times

  • Mr. Blobfish

    I find this agreeable. Good day.

  • Ellie

    I’m finding it difficult to believe this wasn’t staged – by Alex Jones. It just looks like the kind of thing he’d come up with.

    • Villago Delenda Est

      When Alex Jones screams about “false flags”, he’s projecting. Every.Single.Time.

    • Mike

      The giveaway is when they chest bump and smile at each other…

  • SayItWithWookies

    “That guy was physically grotesque.”
    Alex Jones lives in a world without mirrors, literally and figuratively.

  • OrdinaryJoe

    Bannon is gone. So begins the process of eradicating the Deep Shite.

  • Treg Brown
    • Michellehgil

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      • Treg Brown

        Ah yes. The Range Rover. The vehicle poor people think wealthy people drive.

        Good luck with that.

    • HooverVilles

      Is this for realz? I probably don’t really need to ask that, do I?

      • Treg Brown

        Yup. If he only knew where we are in 2017.

  • jsmukg

    Libtard TERRORISM!

  • memzilla Ω
    • Suttree

      How do you get the cat to pee into the squirt gun?

      • memzilla Ω

        VERY CAREFULLY.

    • Saxo the Grammarian

      Pffft! I’d use my own pee after a helping of asparagus.

  • rosenbomb

    At first I found it hard to laugh at the video because Jones strikes me as completely unhinged, and I feel he should get some help.

    But then I remembered that Alex Jones is a terrible person.

  • William
    • Serai 1

      What is it about apostrophes that’s so hard to master?

      • Villago Delenda Est

        Its and it’s are confusing.

        Its = possessive, which often involves an apostrophe, but not in this case.
        It’s = It is.

        • Serai 1

          They’re only confusing if you can only handle one thing at a time. Seriously, I had this down when I was nine.

          • Paul

            I used to correct people all the time too, figuring if I had to learn it then damn it they should too. Then I got a bit older and decided there were more important things in life.

          • Serai 1

            Well bully for you. Let me see if I can find a cookie for you.

          • Paul

            Yeah, bully. That’s the word I was looking for..

          • Villago Delenda Est

            Yeah, but you’re a Wonkette non-commenter. Most of the populace can’t hack even THAT!

        • DrBigHead

          I had a professor who would be thrown into a fit of rage if the word “data” was not used as a plural (i.e. it is ‘…the data are..'”, not “…the data is..”). Unfortunately, she passed on that bit of intolerance to me.

        • tomamitai

          Just remember that there’s no apostrophe in a possessive pronoun like his, hers, its, ours, etc.. I always read back to myself silently what I write and expand the contractions to make sure it’s correct.

        • FlownΩver

          Left and right were difficult for a while. Act like it matters and this stuff gets a lot easier.

        • gedjcj

          It’s its not it’s unless you mean it is.

      • suziq

        I have caught my phone “auto-correcting” an its to it’s which really pisses me off. It is not misspelled, why are you correcting it? Then I wonder how many times it did that and I did not notice?
        My pet peeves are the your/you’re or to/too mixups. And random Capitalization. Why would you randomly capitalize a Word? Only A Idiot would do that!

      • Obviously supposed to be “get’s it’s wing’s.”.

    • JMP

      What’s with the inconsistent spacing on the writing there? It goes from triple-spaced, to single, then to double.

      • Paul

        Remarkably, we can still understand it.

    • Holly

      Love it William! It’s a shame we have the few here that think they are holier than thou and aren’t averse to using their far superior knowledge of the English language as bully tactics to prove there (on purpose morans) way smarter than all us less than pertects (again on purpose). We don’t need this here and we really don’t need this here at this particular time AND in this particular place. Stop with the english corrections already. Your (totally on purpose again dickheads) boring us.

  • chascates

    I may not like your kind of coffee but I’ll defend to the death your right to throw it on a douche nozzle.

    • PRW

      Best use for Starbucks anyway.

      • Three Finger Salute

        I saw a meme or maybe T-shirt (or meme made into a T-shirt) early this summer, when that sugar-laden candy-coated milkshake thing at Starbucks was popular.

        It was another dig at underemployed humanities/social science grads, as though I don’t feel inadequate enough about my lack of ability to systematize the synergy and accentuate the affirmative bandwidth, thus making me the equivalent of a floppy disk manufacturer (who makes buggy whips on the side). It went like this:

        “I graduated with an English (History/Psych/Art/___ Studies) degree Summa Cum Laude. Now I’m qualified to work at Starbucks and make a Unicorn Cum Latte.”

        (So to make it sound like “Lat-tay,” I guess they use the pronunciation “cum lou-day.”)

        I’ve also seen “You can’t spell Barista without BA.” At least I can spell “Moron”… can’t do much else, apparently, but at least I can spell…!

        (cries in corner…)

        • PRW

          Actually a surprisingly large percentage of UNIX sysadmins have humanities undergraduate degrees …

          • There are lots of higher management also looking for BAs because they can actually write the english much more betterer than what they currently done got.

          • tomamitai

            Demanding a degree for a job that doesn’t remotely require one and that they’ll be training you to do their way anyway is the go-to move when they only want employees of a “certain complexion” who are a good fit for their “corporate culture”. Also too, “you’re over-qualified” means you’re too old.

          • Three Finger Salute

            But they at least also have a capacity for sysadmin stuff. I’m obviously not computer illiterate but couldn’t “hack” it enough to get a job in the field. It’s always bothered me too now that there’s all these initiatives for STEM-STEM-STEM because there’s no “market demand” or “ROI” in books/arts/letters, etc. I’m glad that the nerds got their revenge on the dumb jocks, but what did the art kids and the history buffs ever do to arouse their ire?

            Maybe it’s just an American thing because we don’t want to subsidize anything, let alone “artsy-fartsy” or “booksy” things the way other countries do (heck, we don’t even want healthcare). Americans love their movies, Netflix, and trash TV, but Hollywood is all private sector. (Which is probably why it’s crap.) They would riot if we had a BBC or the laundry list of arts programs Canadians are proud to have their tax monies pay for. A tiff about TIFF. Why else (other than as a homophobic dog whistle) do they think of “drama teacher” as a valid insult directed at Trudeau? He only taught theater arts for a year as a substitute because the woman who taught it full-time was on maternity leave, but if he was a football (well, hockey) coach, he’d be more popular ‘Stateside than Reagan!

            Hence the repeated calls to get rid of PBS and “let them compete in the free market.” They’ve been chipping away at it for so long that Big Bird finally did end up making the jump to cable — premium cable at that — and now Sesame Street is brought only to privileged homes by the letters HBO. If the only “market” you can compete in has to be subsidized by tax dollars, Americans think of it as being artificially kept on life support, because otherwise it’s useless. There’s always a market for war. (There’s a market for pot too, but a more profitable one in keeping it illegal. So even the “free market” thing is warped by “American values.”)

            I saw Cradle Will Rock on TV years ago and it made me sad. John Cusack usually plays a good guy in movies. In this case, he was Rockefeller, the ’30s equivalent of Trump. (Nowadays you want to see Diego and Frida painting a mural on Trump’s wall.) Rockefeller and the “free market” won; the artists lost, and FDR died before he could see the New Deal and the WPA shredded by, ironically, a B-movie Hollywood actor who had a monkey for a sidekick.

            There’s a chart somewhere that shows how much money is dedicated to the military-industrial complex that Ike warned us about, versus arts and even education. It’s such a tiny sliver as to disappear in a rounding error. The Orwellian-named “defense” department (formerly Department of War) is the yugest chunk. (Even biglier than healthcare.) Yet any nonzero integer set aside for “sissy stuff” like arts and education is too much, not just for Republicans but, I think, for Americans in general. The FDR progressives are a thing of the past; those of today are also such a small percentage as to disappear in a rounding error.

            Plus, why would the tech industry need to hire human artists when they’re programming A.I. to replicate Rembrandts? This is no country for right-brainers… Right-wingers, certainly, but right-brainers not so much. The term “starving artist” exists for a reason, sad to say.

          • willi0000000

            you wanna see a small number? . . . look at what the government spends on research

            . . . and every time the cons shut down government we lose long-term studies because there’s an interruption in the data or the test cultures died because nobody was allowed in to feed them . . . then there’s no money to restart the project or the researchers are too old now to complete it.

            . . . or like the SSC . . . fund it through almost all of the design phase, right up to the start of construction . . . then cancel it for the lack of a few billion dollars . . . it would have been three times as powerful as CERN’s LHC and would have kept all those talented people here in The States.

            scientists have to beg for funding for projects that would keep this country a world leader in several fields . . . but we’ve lost that lead in many places . . . and are about to pay for it!

        • Grumpy Twat

          Whoa, there! Just a fucking minute!

          NEVER feel bad about yourself just because you feel you don’t fit in with the bullshit around you. See it as the bullshit it is.

          I graduated from a prestigious university in 1980 and I have never had a “proper” job. On the other hand, I spent some years as a house husband, several more years home educating our children, turning them into snarky atheists, and working in the evening, to pay some bills. I do not feel like a failure and anyone who thinks I should can fuck off.

          There is no template for how you should live your life. Just try to be kind to yourself and those around you. No one is entitled to expect more.

  • Villago Delenda Est

    The nonchalance of the Seattle PD is a hoot. We’re not going to dignify this bullshit with an official response.

  • SayItWithWookies

    What Alex Jones really needs thrown on him is a dump truck full of Xanax.

    • Eileen Besse

      Ex-Lax, actually….

    • How about a dump truck full of rocks? Assuming it’s being literally thrown on him.

  • (((fka_donnie_d)))

    I don’t know whether to be happy or sad that so many people in Seattle know who Alex Jones is.

    • tomamitai

      Maybe they know him as “Man in Car with P.A.” in Richard Linklater’s “Waking Life” or “Street Prophet” in “A Scanner Darkly”.

  • Treg Brown
    • Three Finger Salute

      Ahem. We kicked a hornet’s nest in the Middle East and cheered when Saddam’s statue was toppled. When actually, as ruthless of a bastard as he was, he kept what would later become ISIS in line. But nevertheless, if Americans cheer when Saddam’s statue gets yanked down, because he was indeed a bad guy, then why all the hubbub over bad guys who supported repression of other people in this country?

      https://timedotcom.files.wordpress.com/2016/07/gettyimages-1910634.jpg

      Geez, it’s like a de facto religion at this point, with the rubes practically worshiping Lee as a god. Don’t they realize they’re actually feeding ISIS material when they do wacky shit like accuse Americans of worshiping statues? Most people don’t make “pilgrimages” to Mount Rushmore, and yet these fuckers have made the statues of the confederates into personal idols!

      I thought they took the Bible literally. Shame on them then for treating iron and stone figures of dead slave owners like the deified Caesars. Ridiculous.

      • Swampay

        That was such an embarrassingly staged event. The US army pulled down the statue and got a few brown faces in the video to make it look like an expression of the people.

        • Three Finger Salute

          That must be why so many Americans at home were cheering. Not because they knew it was actually our boys pulling it down but because it was all a big domestic psy-op all along.

          The more I read about PNAC and the historical clusterfuck that the Middle East has always been — dialed up to infinity by meddling from Western colonial powers — particularly the Brits, but America especially now, and always for oil — the more I’m disinclined to “rehabilitate” anyone named Bush no matter how much “better” they may seem compared to Twitler.

          Go home pappy, enjoy retirement. Trudeau’s got the market cornered on “cute socks” in the first place, and at least he doesn’t go around pursuing “regime change” or “preemptive shock doctrines” and blowing up countries that Canadians have no place in and/or can’t find on a map to line his own pockets and build gas station franchises to appease the ghost of grandpa Charlie. If anything, Canada gets dragged into cleaning up the global messes that the Americans start.

          No pappy, it was you, your idiot son, and your other idiot son whose malfeasance in Floriduh had a yuge hand to play in getting the first idiot son elected and kicking that hornet’s nest in the first place — all to continue the Reagan De-Evolution to the bottom. Plz clap.

        • Swampay

          One reason to allow gays in the military. Even a SLIGHTLY stereotypical gay man would have done a better job staging that mess.

    • Dang it, coulda used this about an hour ago XD

  • JMP

    I still don’t get how Alex Jones can only be less than two years older than I am, and I’m very very old now,, when he doesn’t look a day under 60.

    • greyXstar

      Drugs are bad, children. Mmmkay?

    • Latverian Diplomat

      He’s been burning the crazy candle at both ends for a long time now…

    • Three Finger Salute

      You think that’s bad? I’m 3 years OLDER than Scumbag Steve Miller!

      (For reference, though I won’t post an actual photo of myself, I’ve been told I look like Danica McKellar. Unfortunately, I’m nowhere near as good at math.)

      https://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/youngjustice/images/0/05/Danica_McKellar.jpg

      • LadyLaz

        Pretty lady! I’ve been told I look like a young Barbra Striesand. If only I had her pipes

        • therblig

          years ago, a waiter asked me if anyone ever told me that i looked like the actor Anthony Heald.

          ms. blig later told me that he was hitting on me.

        • FlownΩver

          I’m always told I look like hell.

      • Suttree

        Winnie Cooper! I was about 12 when that show came out. I was sooo in love with her.

      • JustPixelz (((Ω)))

        Perhaps you’ve been told you “look like Danica McKellar” because you are Danica McKellar. So … um … Hi Danica.

        • Three Finger Salute

          No, my mother and some other family members are big fans of the Hallmark movies and apparently she’s in a lot of them. If we had a sane and sensible leader in the WH, she’d be an excellent ambassador for getting girls involved in mathy pursuits.

          • greyXstar

            Can’t fool us. Winnie Cooper is a Wonketeer!

  • Saxo the Grammarian

    He seems nice. This one’s for you, Alex.

    https://youtu.be/pc0mxOXbWIU

  • PRW

    *Covfefe, isn’t it?

  • Walter Wellstone

    Looks staged to me.

  • greyXstar
  • Walter Wellstone

    Alex looks like he had some bad meth and is having a weird trip. He’s gonna pop a vein if he’s not careful.

    • LadyLaz

      He is nutz

      • C4TWOMAN

        He’s a hack and grifter desperate to keep the $$$ flowing.

        Part of his rant he whines about the CIA. Please. This guy was on an email list for intelligence wonks run by STRATFOR, who works with all the alphabets, including the CIA. That email was:

        ID Email / Username Password

        794631 1oldpath@infowars.net

        Used be be found at this URL but the website’s disabled:
        https://dazzlepod.com/stratfor/?email=%40infowars

        One would think if one was worried about the CIA one WOULD NOT use an identifiable email with a CIA industry associate .

        Jones is a complete fraud.

      • grindstone

        I translated your comment into Barney Fife’s voice: he’s a nut!

  • LadyLaz

    OT:

    Under “seriously?”

    My mom does this and it sends me into the wall. She sees a douch like this, or those dreadful marchers, and says “oh these men just need to meet a nice girl.”

    She did it about a friend of our family, who thank dog, was no racist, but was rapidly drinking himself into an early grave (he is, sadly, now in it). Oh he really is nice and if some girl would just give him the time of day, he’d clean up his ways….

    Really mom? And what girl should decide to date a drunk who can’t keep a job? You know, to save him.

    • Somehow it’s always a woman’s fault. Or her responsibility to clean up the mess, even if the mess is a grown-ass man. I don’t get it.

      • Three Finger Salute

        “Some people claim that there’s a woman to blame,
        But I know… it’s my own damn fault.”

        -Jimmy Buffett, “Margaritaville”

  • pgjack

    Lukewarm coffee or other lukewarm liquids. Do not throw boiling liquids on anyone.

    • HorseChestnut

      Related: don’t try to rob a coffee shop. They have boiling water dispensers.

  • Mr. Lambert

    You know what, Stuart? I like you.

  • Courser_Resistance

    Jesus! If I was approached by a roaming, raving nut-case like that, I’d mace the motherfucker immediately.

    I’m pretty sure the Denver cops would have thrown a net over him before he got very far on the 16th Street Mall. And considering it’s a tourist draw and there have been assaults there, he may very well have committed a chargeable offense. Tourism is a huge part of the Colorado economy. Raving nutjobs on the mall are bad for business.

  • Bub, the cynical zombie
    • Villago Delenda Est

      “You didn’t break up with me! I broke up with YOU!”

    • I have to ask…and I hate that I do…is this real?

  • gene108

    What troubles me, on a personal note, about Alex Jones is we are the same age and he just looks so damn old to me. I mean if he looks that old, I wonder how bad I might look.

    I just hope I have aged better than him.

    • SpideySenser

      I am 20 years older than him and I am absolutely GORGEOUS in comparison. That said, I prefer not to use him as the average middle aged looking person, he’s much more like a life-sucking vile demonic monster.

  • MynameisBlarney

    Staged.

    • SisterArtemis

      Doesn’t really diminish it, imho

    • C4TWOMAN

      I thought it might be too, but now I’m 50/50. The other two(before and after) were for realzies tho.

      • Paul

        I guess Snopes thniks the video is real

  • tehbaddr

    That’s a waste of coffee! I’d have just flung some poo.

  • gene108

    How does he get a camera crew to follow him around? I hope he pays well.

  • Mike

    First off…this dude is a walking advertisement for the Cleveland Clinic Heart Center, all the shit you shouldn’t be doing.
    Secondly…is it me, or do only crazy insane fuckers accost random people on the street and demand intellectual conversation like it’s written in the 1st amendment.

    • SayItWithWookies

      His definition of intellectual is that someone believes his bullshit without question. Anyone who believes Comet Ping Pong doesn’t have a basement is just a dupe of the Jewish-Liberal-ISIS-controlled media.

    • Alex Jones is just a crazy street preacher with a bigger audience.

  • William
    • SpideySenser

      Oh my, somebody’s been quite busy. How does he find time to golf?

  • ManchuCandidate

    Hely Alex! You got a Chemitrail on your reverse vampire narcissism huffing face.

  • Daniel Hooper

    Hey! Alex Jones, stop ruining people’s coffee by getting your face all in it! Gah; is there any good left in the world he won’t ruin?…

  • JustPixelz (((Ω)))

    Is anyone thinking of that poor, innocent coffee in all this?

  • Panika MCD

    dear Alex Jones,

    don’t bother coming back to Austin. we’ve got plenty of coffee–both hot and iced–to toss on you which is why you don’t leave your goddamn house unless you have a court date.

    sincerely,
    the Austin cult

  • ryp

    Jones is a puppet of the globalist new world order given a platform by the deep state to make anti-globalists look crazy. The supplements he constantly sells on his show are actually mind-control drugs designed to turn his followers into mindless robots who won’t question it at all when Jones tells them it’s time to check in at the “resistance mobilization centers” behind their local Wal-mart.

  • I liked the one where he walks up to this black guy holding his daughter, and expects him to be all deferential or something, and is all…don’t you worry about chemicals in the water?
    And the dude is all….I worry about nazis

    • Courser_Resistance

      I haven’t seen the video but I’ve seen stills. Love to see the actual video.

      • Was a still methinks, I am sure Alex has vid as he is taping all this, but doubt he will post that

    • Atheist

      The differences in what people have to worry about are stark, isn’t it?

    • Jon Sussex

      Glad to hear Alex is in favor of cracking down on polluters and strengthening regulations under the Clean Water Act.

  • natoslug

    Totally OT, but NPR keeps triggering major dread in me this morning by playing Vera Lynn’s “We’ll Meet Again.” Prior to Trump’s presidency — hell, prior to Trump’s pissing contest with Kim Jong Un — I would have just thought of it as another slightly sweet sad song. Now I think of the end of “Dr. Strangelove” every fucking time they play it this morning. Have a shiny day, everyone!

  • greyXstar

    Oh wow. I had only seen the gif of him lumbering after the first dude.

    No matter how hot or cold the coffee was, there was zero reaction to it. Totally staged. In between him ranting like a drugged out loon at a newspaper in the middle of a street about how he KNOWS the CIA is plotting to kill 45*.

    And there is a not-insignificant portion of this country that takes him seriously.

    • He’s also like looking for it. His eyes shift in that direction a couple of times.
      CONSPIRACY!!!!!

      • greyXstar

        No phoney bath salts addict, no phoney bath salts addict. You’re the phoney bath salts addict!

    • susan_g

      I don’t agree that there was no reaction from dickface–he looked like he was going to cry.

      • suziq

        He always looks like that!

      • greyXstar

        After all that physically activity he probably was about to cry.

  • Rick Hill

    Penn is saying that trump is proof there is no Illuminati, they wouldn’t stand for this if there were

    • II Gosala

      That’s what they want you to think

  • C4TWOMAN

    “I don’t talk to racist fucks.”

    AWESOME

  • TundraGrifter

    I simply can’t get behind this. Assaulting someone isn’t the right thing to do.

    • TJ Barke

      That’s fine, cuz this is fucking staged.

      • TundraGrifter

        Are you suggesting this was a false flag operation?

        • TJ Barke

          Yup. As with most wingnuts, all the talk of false flags is projection.

          • TundraGrifter

            So the false flag was a false flag? Does that mean they are back where they started or at opposite ends?

          • Think it means they are being ground under the boot of oppression.

          • TundraGrifter

            I’ll wait until they have filtered the evidence.

      • suziq

        Obviously staged because nobody in Seattle would have a thermos of coffee. All the addicts stop at a Starbucks approximately every 45 minutes. Can you tell I do not drink coffee? Probably took them forever to even find a thermos for their fake coffee.

        • Shanzgood

          Starbucks sells them.

          • suziq

            Huh, I just learned something new. I never see anybody with a thermos any more and all 80000000 gazillions of Starbucks have lines pf people buying cups of fancy expensive coffee in disposable cups.

      • Until they make an arrest and or Alex sues, it sure looks that way to me

      • Latverian Diplomat

        On what grounds do you base this accusation? I know rumors are percolating, but we should be wary of grande conspiracy theories. :)

    • Agreed. Pretty sure though this is a false flag from Alex though to say seeeeeee? The lefties really ARE the violent ones!
      But then again, crazy large dude is charging up the street, maybe coffee man was just standing his ground?

      • TundraGrifter

        ISWYDT

      • TundraGrifter

        You think they were just following a java script?

        • Won’t amount to a hill of beans until someone gets sued

          • Marion in Savannah

            But trouble does seem to be brewing.

          • BrianW

            I would have to agree with you. This sort of thing has clearly been percolating for a while.

        • ContextIsKey

          It seems like that sort of Scheme.

          • oooo went the other way. Double points!

          • Doug Langley

            Go Forth and pun no more!!

          • ContextIsKey

            That’s a terrible Lisp you have there.

        • eggs ackly-wright

          Through the media filtre.

        • ContextIsKey

          Definitely grounds for assault.

        • Doug Langley

          I C what you did there.

      • TundraGrifter

        Good til the last dropout?

      • DainBramage

        In a “Stand Your Ground” state, people would be legally justified in shooting a charging Alex Jones. Note that I do not advocate this in any way.

      • False flagon!

        • eggs ackly-wright

          No dragon!

          • Marion in Savannah

            But the flagon with the dragon holds the brew that is true.

        • TundraGrifter

          Jinx’d. Damn!

    • Amelia Resists and Persists

      He was charging anyone who talked to him like a roid rage rhino. He’s lucky it wasn’t a fist.

      I’m willing to bet he WANTED a fist, to prove a point about “violent lefties” or whatever and had to lie to make the most of some lukewarm coffee.

      • C4TWOMAN

        This is perhaps one of the better arguments for it being fake. Which I’m not sure about. Would Alex run after randos who could sure him when his own footage shows he is 100% the person provoking this?
        Just something to mull over.

        • HorseChestnut

          It was staged. The coffee-thrower is a local entertainer for hire.

          • C4TWOMAN

            OTOH another commenter indicates Snopes thinks it’s real. So I’m back at 50/50.

    • Just Noh

      jones initiated by repeatedly bumping into the guy with his shoulder.

  • Viva La Tabula Raza

    “Ha. Right. Now, self-defence. Tonight I shall be carrying on from where we got to last week when I was showing you how to defend yourselves against anyone who attacks you armed with a piece of fresh fruit cup of tepid coffee>.”

    • C4TWOMAN

      But I just got my banana license!

    • Bub, the cynical zombie

      “Now, when you are accosted by a coffee fiend, you first ask: “Cream & sugar?” This will confuse him and give him pause. You then take advantage of his momentary distraction and RELEASE THE TIGER!”

  • tehbaddr

    So the Nazis are gonna come out and play again today? I hope they get fierce resistance!

    • VirginiaWackelpudding

      It was all over by 1:00. They weren’t allowed to bring their props and were outnumbered 50 to 1. Run fast ya lil chickenshit bitches!

  • Swampay

    It must be exhausting to be him.

    • Suttree

      That’s why he has 55 gallon drums of trucker speed.

  • Jonny On Maui

    As coffee reveals the horrible truth every morning perhaps ‘throwing’ isn’t quite correct.

    Anointing?

    • eggs ackly-wright

      It’s blessing. Like when a priest throws water on someone.

      • Shanzgood

        I thought that meant they were a demon.

        This religious stuff is so confusing.

        • Carpe Vagenda

          Nah. That’s an exorcise regimen.

          🙄

          • Shanzgood

            Hee!

          • eggs ackly-wright

            Squat-thrusts for Jesus.

  • Nasty Candy Apple

    Bash the fash, with votes, and occasionally, Starbucks!

    Edit: Splash the fash, with coffee!

  • Atheist

    A Boston free speech rally participant is complaining that officers didn’t do enough to make protesters feel safe from counter protesters.

    But they make fun of anyone else who wants a safe space. Fucking hypocrites.

    • The Wanderer

      I believe that WATB fits the Nazi scum quite admirably.

    • greyXstar

      Almost like…frail and delicate objects that fall slowly from the sky at a certain time of year. Can’t remember what they’re called…

      • Bub, the cynical zombie

        I know what you’re referring to, I think. Crystalline frozen…water? No two identical? Man, it’s on the tip of my tongue…

        Oh shit. It just melted.

        • tomamitai

          They’re a few of my favorite things, as long as I don’t have to shovel them!

    • gene108

      I wonder what the women gun control groups feel, when a bunch of open carry folks are loitering outside of where they are meeting?

      These guys are bullies. Edit: Cowardly bullies, who don’t want to face consequences for their actions.

      The sudden appearance of about 40 armed men outside a Dallas-area restaurant this weekend was the latest confrontation between an open-carry gun-rights group and a mothers group advocating gun control that was meeting inside.

      https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2013/11/11/moms-demand-action-open-carry-texas-guns-rifles/3497895/

    • Carpe Vagenda

      The unarmed protesters never got within twenty feet, they barricaded them in and they had them surrounded by cops in riot gear. How safe do they need to be?

    • SnarkON

      Um, isn’t that why these dumbasses arm themselves to the teeth?

  • Carpe Vagenda

    MSNBC is still hyping the coming confrontation. The nazis already went home.

    https://twitter.com/emilyzendt/status/898951045774225408

    • That’s really pretty. A Buzzfeed quiz told me i should move to Boston

      • SpideySenser

        Been in the Boston area my whole life. NOT moving.

      • Carpe Vagenda

        One of the five most expensive cities, but beautiful.

      • Three Finger Salute

        Boston is nice, but it’s still part of Merkastan. Don’t leave Canada. You guys are getting weed in ’18 but here, Charlie Faker the governor keeps having a Puritan fit about it.

        You’ve got universal public healthcare for 50+ years now. Here, Charlie-on-the-MTA drove Harvard Pilgrim insurance company into the ground despite having gone to Harvard and being descended from Pilgrims. Merkastan will never have single-payer because Merkastan doesn’t want nice things.

        You can always visit, though. Visiting is nice. I’m sure Canada has their share of problems too but they’re still miles (kilometers?) ahead of where even the nicer parts of Merkastan will ever be.

        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UDRLZFgEoGw

        • It’s an urban college town with a few good restaurants.

          Boston is older than NYC, yet NYC was Americas’ first Capital, not Boston.

          Boston’s grandeur and culture was eclipsed by NYC long ago.

      • gene108

        Too cold.

      • HorseChestnut

        I’m from Cambridge, I got gentrified out and it doesn’t look like I’ll ever be able to live there again. I miss it every day. Especially today.

        • Three Finger Salute

          Come to Fall River, the Detroit of Massachusetts. Formerly a thriving factory town and the central hub of the New England textile industry. Now, it’s a dump. The city’s claims to fame are tourism at the home of an acquitted axe murderess, a 10% unemployment rate, decaying tenement houses with rents less affordable than the already exorbitant mortgage payments in the suburbs, and a high-school with a built-in daycare center. Also, the mayor has barely reached puberty and is an idiot.

          But, there’s chouriço, a battleship, and a carousel, and E.J. Dionne of the Washington Post has a curmudgeonly cousin who writes for the local fishwrap about how he needs to eat more chouriço sandwiches to pacify his misery about looking out at the mess. Other famous former denizens include ABC’s Morton Dean and George Stephanopoulos, TV chef Emeril “BAM!” Lagasse, and former Secretary of Energy in the Obama administration Ernest Moniz (who had funny hair but at least didn’t get a D in a class called “Meats”). Nearby New Bedford is slightly better off (but only slightly), the “Whaling City” being the old stomping ground of Obama photographer Pete Souza and, of course, Herman Melville.

          Visit Fall River! Such a great place that nobody who grew up here wants to hang around anymore!

          • HorseChestnut

            I lived in Lynn, the Flint of Massachusetts. You wouldn’t think a city on the ocean could be so ugly, but you’d be wrong!

  • Johnny Appleseed

    The original group 40-50 of the so-called right wing “free speech’ers” disbanded from the bandstand before the 15k+ counter protesters got to The Common. The bandstand is empty. The Alt-Right tough guys dispersed and could be in the crowd. Very strong police presence in full riot gear.

  • The Wanderer

    More people should throw harmless objects at Nazis and Alex Jones-style lunatics:
    Such as:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=giDjNaYk1eY

    • Persistent Demme

      He was a great guy!!

  • Robbertjan Brandenburg

    Some nice time. Dutch police officers teaching syrian refugees on dog training because al lot of them dont know dogs as pets or are afraid of them due to bad experienceswith the regime they fled.
    All of this going on in my backyard.

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/a363661dd53b30e7194f2c198d26ec152a5904b7fa0636db85c6c1d706702dbe.jpg

    • TJ Barke

      How hard is it to move to your country?

      • Robbertjan Brandenburg

        KLM has direct flights.

        It was so cute. Some Moroccan children were also there and they screamed to their parents: We were allowed to pet them! :D

        But the most beautiful parts was when a young girl was asked to throw a ball for him to fetch and after being scared she did it and she was estactic when the dog returned the ball wagging his tail.

        • OrG in London

          From Portland directly to Schiphol!

    • SpideySenser

      That right there is truly fine humanity at it’s best.

      • Robbertjan Brandenburg

        Well There is some self preservation there as well. We have taken in about 200 syrian refugees in this neighborhood and we need them to understands how the police works and that many people here have dogs so they should learn them how to be around dogs but yes it is a nice community. I help my Morrocan neighbors’ daughters with their Dutch, English and history schoolwork and they in return help their Syrian and Libyan refugees with their Dutch. What I get in return? gratefulness (and FOOD!)

        • Doug Langley

          What, no one is making a truckload of money in this? How does that even work??

          • Augustus

            why do anything if it isn’t profitable? waste of time

          • Robbertjan Brandenburg

            We don’t have privatized jail system so we have to do different stuff to keep things workable.

          • Three Finger Salute

            Is there a program to teach Grunt Wilders to sit and stay away?

            Also P.S. I like your version of Trudeau.

            http://hbznl.h-cdn.co/assets/17/11/1489757069-justinjesse.jpg

          • Robbertjan Brandenburg

            We do “Shoo shoo” every now and then and then he barks but then we show Cesar Milan dominance. And yes Jesse is nice.

          • Augustus

            Oh, sorry, I was being facetious

            There are many reasons to do things that don’t involve maximizing profit

            It just seems to be the primary driving force with a lot of corporate America, and I dislike that

            Privatized jails are fucking evil and need to be dismantled ASAP

          • Robbertjan Brandenburg

            I know, I was being snarky cynical. ;)

          • Robbertjan Brandenburg

            The state is making a truckload of money not having to pay them welfare and be instead tax paying happy citizens and the state is us. Yeah I know that sounds commie.

        • SpideySenser

          So, everybody wins! That’s a beautiful thing you guys have worked out.

          • Robbertjan Brandenburg

            Well it’s pretty much the dutch livelong approach: If we want to trade we need to understand their culture and then overtake it with our superior one. ;)

        • Persistent Demme

          That’s it!
          I’m moving there!
          (And I can have chocolate for breakfast!)

          • Robbertjan Brandenburg

            My son is in love with his paw patrol chocolate sprinkles because it has dog treats made of white chocolate in it.

    • Holly

      Dank je wel!

    • SnarkON

      Who’s a good boy? Who’s a good boy?

    • HooverVilles

      NICE!!!!!!

  • ThePuckStopsHere

    Needs moar James O’Keefe. (It’s the only thing in recorded history that does, but it does).

  • OrG in London

    Hey Robyn,why do you always get the stories about dicks?

    • BloviateMe

      She does seem to land a lot of ‘horrible guys’ stories, the poor dear.

  • BloviateMe

    Ugh, stayed up WAY too late trolling at Breitfart. Now I’m exhausted, hungover, and disgusted with humanity.

    Not worth it people, not worth it.

    • grindstone

      Hydrate, brother. And a hot shower.

    • bbayliss

      It went from amusing to pathetic pretty fast.

    • Gee, Your Hair Smells Horrific

      Yeah, I used to do that on Fox Nation, six or seven years ago.
      At first I felt like I was disrupting their echo chamber . . . then realized I was just ridiculing the stupid and feeding their hatred of leftists.

      • Meanie-meanie, tickle a person

        Here in the clubhouse, snark and belittlement (our house attorneys too, as it happens) are fine and fun. Over at *their* clubhouse, serious, reasoned engagement is the only way. No, it won’t do any good, but it might do a bit less bad. Unfortunately, it’s less fun.
        Yes, I’m a buzzkill, why do you ask?

        • mancityRed6

          I like just posting “Link?” to their batshit crazy claims. sure, I get told to google it myself a lot, but it makes me feel better to push people for the evidence behind their lies.

        • Gee, Your Hair Smells Horrific

          I think I’ve tried reason. It never lasts long. It always devolves into insult.

  • mancityRed6

    even if it was cold, that was a waste of coffee.
    and even talking to that asshat Jones is a waste of oxygen.

  • Gee, Your Hair Smells Horrific

    Video of immediately proceeding confrontation:
    AJ: “Hey, come back here you coward!” [fat-bastard-sprints to millennial] “Say that again to my face!”
    Millennial: “Huh? I said fuck you!”
    lol

  • SayItWithWookies

    O/T, but Steve Bannon now reminds me of Glenn Beck in the sense that anything that happens to Glenn is, he believes, happening to the entire world. When Beck had back problems and was hospitalized, the world was a complete disaster and was never going to improve. Now Steve Bannon is declaring the the Trump presidency “over” because the Bannon regency is. Pathetic, really, but predictable.

    “The Trump presidency that we fought for, and won, is over,” Bannon said in an interview with The Weekly Standard. “We still have a huge movement, and we will make something of this Trump presidency. But that presidency is over. It’ll be something else.”

    • AuntyMaude

      A shitshow by any other name will still smell as foul.

  • JD Mulvey

    “pencil fighting”?

  • greyXstar

    Yeah I don’t buy for a second that it wasn’t staged. Coffee guy was all but cracking up laughing as they were bumping chests.

    • Anna

      Stratton is apparently also an actor, hence the SPD comment that maybe Jones was too. Lot of people in Seattle think he was hired to do this,

      • shivaskeeper

        To what end would anyone hire him to go to Seattle and do this?

        • Anna

          I think the assumption is that Alex Jones hired him. And he lives in Seattle, so he wouldn’t have to go anywhere.

          ETA unless you thought I meant someone hired Jones? I just realized my first comment probably wasn’t all together clear.

          • Querolous

            Your first comment was clear but the thought process of Jones is never clear.

  • Rick Hill

    You know, lawless acts are always wrong. We should always take an example from the one thing the republicans get right and that’s following the law. Oh, wait…sheriffs are being pressured by trump to break the law….
    http://www.rawstory.com/2017/08/its-a-total-mess-gop-sheriffs-reportedly-under-pressure-from-trump-to-break-the-law/

  • mancityRed6

    probably the only way to deal with Jones is to just stare at him, muttering under your breath while he delivers whatever crazy monologue that’s currently bouncing around in his head.
    if he says “what?”, just start screaming at him. nonsense like “bicycles are for reading!” are a plus.
    the only thing he respects is crazy, and the only thing he truly fears is someone who is crazier than he is.

  • Rick Hill

    Bannon speaks…try not to cringe
    “If there’s any confusion out there, let me clear it up: I’m leaving the White House and going to war for Trump against his opponents — on Capitol Hill, in the media, and in corporate America…I feel jacked up. Now I’m free. I’ve got my hands back on my weapons. Someone said, ‘It’s Bannon the Barbarian.’ I am definitely going to crush the opposition.”
    — Steve Bannon

    • weejee

      Bob Mercer’s lackey is more like it.

      • The Wanderer

        Bannon can relax now. He can wear his collar publicly.

    • Wild Cat

      “I am Bannon’s liver, back from Readers’ Digest exile. Fucker keeps abusing both me and Mister Pancreas. If said fucker takes another quart of gin for breakfast, I’m going to explode and go all barbarian on his bloodstream!”

    • bbayliss

      You know who else said they’d be more effective working from the outside? Sarah Palin

      • Rick Hill

        Only thing he’s going to crush is a fifth of bourbon

      • Wild Cat

        Also, my window cleaner, Javier.

      • FDRliberal

        Post-political Palin hasn’t been much of a influential political figure, but her real aim wasn’t political change, but rather separating her rube followers from their wallets.

        • bbayliss

          And this differs from trump in what way?

      • TundraGrifter

        She’s sure done far less damage to the economy and taxpayers in Alaska.

      • redarmyzombie

        Ghengis Kha-oh, you answered already. Never mind.

    • dslindc

      Nah, fuck that guy. We have dragons. RESIST!

      Wait, we were still doing the Game of Thrones thing, right?

      • redarmyzombie

        It’s Saturday morning and I’m still drunk, so why not?

      • Doug Langley

        I thought it was the Hunger Games.

    • Carpe Vagenda

      I guess he had to take his mouth off his weapon first.

    • Atheist

      Bah. These people are professional shit shiners that try to spin everything into a “win” for them.

      Trump had to make a strategic move, and Bannon decided to take the opportunity to pretend that anyone gives a shit about what he has to say. Brightfart is on the brink of losing all the sponsor that matter so I guess he’s planning on going out in a blaze of glory.

    • bupkus231

      I’m sure he was misquoted. He meant to say “..I feel jacked off”.

  • FDRliberal

    Listening to the utterly repulsive Alex Jones call someone else ‘physically grotesque’, is pretty damn rich.

  • Me not sure

    Alex Jones should have expected as much. Seattle is famous for coffee.

  • Rick Hill
    • bupkus231

      I shouldn’t be a critic, but the only caricature there that’s even close to recognizable without the bandanna label is Jeff Sessions – and that’s probably because of the ears.

      Me – I’d consider myself lucky if anything I could draw anything better than a stick figure – but “Them’s that can’t, kvetch!”

  • Unmutual Tetsu Kaba

    Create your own Steve Bannon action figure by simply drawing two eyes & a mouth on some mouldy Spam. pic.twitter.com/vi58muYcmL— Glenn (@Frackpong) August 18, 2017

  • dslindc

    Alex is dumb as fuck. The fine people of Seattle have no patience for such bullshit.

  • anon_the_great

    Bigfoot sez:

    See a Nazi, give him a coffee shower.

    Arrange the follow-up coffee enema off camera.

  • Riley Whodat Venable

    I’m glad to know it wasn’t a false flag. I always expect Jones to be lying.

  • AuntyMaude

    The first shocking thing about this video is that Jones can run. The second shocking thing is that…well nothing ’cause it’s classic Jones. What an turd.

    • BloviateMe

      Well, “run.” It was painful to watch.

  • Tea would’ve been funnier.

    *** out of *****

  • george lastrapes

    Obviously, Alex Jones is a false-flag op. Less obvious is who’s behind it. Could be the Mercers, could be Soros. Or both.

    • shivaskeeper

      The folks who bankroll the chemtrails, It’s obvious when you think about it.

      How better to hide the nefarious plans and detrimental effects of the chemtrails than to bankroll deranged wingnuts to spout off about them? What better way to hide it all, than right there in the open? Who better to hide your plans for you than a CT enthusiast that is not taken seriously by the vast majority of the population? Who better than someone who, as soon ans he opens his mouth, turns every idea into a CT? Who?

      No one. That’s who.

  • William

    OT, ‘Free Speech Rally’ demonstrators abruptly leave Boston Common as counterprotesters marching through streets begin to arrive. http://on.wcvb.com/2uSfr5G

    • BloviateMe

      MSNBC said it was 20 vs. 20,000.

      This pleases me.

      • Me not sure

        The Boston Pee Party?

      • Rick Hill

        I am pleased at the overwhelming show of opposition from all quarters. Especially considering this has been the largest push to make white supremacy mainstream, ever.

      • ariel_gee_398

        This is how it should be every damn time these Nazi types want to assemble. We have to make sure they know they are just a violent, nasty, bigoted minority.

        • My guess is 5-10% of Republicans are violent, nasty and bigoted.

          And the rest are just nasty and bigoted.

          • Three Finger Salute

            “Some, I’m sure, are good people.” -the media

  • Rick Hill

    Well, at least they waited a week before saying it’s time to move on. Move on. Republicans. Yeah. About that…..
    “You know what? It’s time to move on,” fox’s Regan responded, “and the Democrats are not moving on. Instead, they’re out there labeling Steve Bannon a white supremacist and saying the whole administration is full of white supremacists.”

    • SayItWithWookies

      Yeah, it’s time to move on — and start investigating Hillary’s emails.

      • Rick Hill

        Or, more importantly, how she’s been plotting the murder of Americans since she wrote that paper in the second grade about puppies.

      • JustDon’tSayDignity

        You mean “resume,” not “start.”

    • Villago Delenda Est

      It’s hard to move on from the mass murder of millions. But of course some asshole on Faux doesn’t get that.

    • ariel_gee_398

      The current Attorney General is a man who was deemed too racist to be a federal judge in the 1980s. This argument is invalid.

    • bbayliss

      Why would they say such a thing?

    • bupkus231

      Wisconsin’s Sen. Ron Johnson was saying that BEFORE Bannon’s departure was announced.

      The GOP wishes this whole subject would just disappear before they have to actually say something real, not just “thoughts and prayers”, and “hate is Baaaahd….”

  • Wolf Tracker

    I am sure some people would be happy to sit down and discuss Jones idiocy and expose him as a racist and bigot but Jones would never show it on air.

  • NotALiar

    I would not put it past jones to pour boiling water on his face so he will have blisters to show to the lamestream media.

    • BloviateMe

      That’d make it tough to distinguish him from Bannon.

    • JustDon’tSayDignity

      We must be careful not to encourage him to do so. He might hurt himself or others. I’m more worried about “others”, to be completely honest.

      There. I didn’t comment. And the non-comment is within the rules of not commenting.

    • Covfefe

      Is that what happened to Bannon’s face!

      • bupkus231

        Nah – those are just your normal syphilitic blisters… Nothing to see there.

  • Sashineb

    And trust Alex “Major Drama Queen” Jones to make a big deal out of it.

  • puredog

    I’m just trying to keep track here. Throwing warm/hot/caustic coffee in the eyes is okay, but punching Nazis is just plain a bridge too far. (Scribbles furiously.) Yes, I think my notes are up to date now, but I will continue to check this site for revisions. As you were.

    • redarmyzombie

      There are, mmm, shall we say “disagreements” within Wonkette…

      • puredog

        And rightly so. I’d just hate to get banhammered if I fail to keep it clear in my head whose post I am commenting on versus what I am saying. That’s why I have to keep these notes.

    • Jeffery Campbell

      If you throw the coffee with votes you’ll be fine

  • FDRliberal

    I like the way each of Alex Jones’ young confronters casually flipped him off and literally laughed in his face. Looks like the repellent Jones received 3 “fuck yous” within the space of a minute.

  • Wolf Tracker

    I would say they were outnumbered a little.

    An estimated 15,000 counterprotesters marched through the city to historic Boston Common, where many gathered near a bandstand abandoned early by conservatives who had planned to deliver a series of speeches. Police vans later escorted the conservatives out of the area, and angry counterprotesters scuffled with armed officers trying to maintain order.

    Police Commissioner William Evans said Friday that 500 officers — some in uniform, others undercover — were deployed to keep the two groups apart Saturday. Boston’s Democratic mayor, Marty Walsh, and Massachusetts’ Republican governor, Charlie Baker, both warned that extremist unrest wouldn’t be tolerated in this city famed as the cradle of American liberty.

    Organizers of the midday event, billed as a “Free Speech Rally,” have publicly distanced themselves from the neo-Nazis, white supremacists and others who fomented violence in Charlottesville on Aug. 12. A woman was killed at that Unite the Right rally, and scores of others were injured, when a car plowed into counterdemonstrators.

    Opponents feared that white nationalists might show up in Boston anyway, raising the specter of ugly confrontations in the first potentially large and racially charged gathering in a major U.S. city since Charlottesville. But only a few dozen conservatives turned out for the rally on historic Boston Common — in stark contrast to the estimated 15,000 counterprotesters — and the conservatives abruptly left early.

  • He was physically grotesque. He was spiritually empty
    https://media0.giphy.com/media/GOXDFrZpjTlHG/giphy.gif

    I’m calling Alex Jones ‘Drive in Movie’ because he has Double Features

  • Carpe Vagenda

    POTUS humiliated, dimly realize he looks weak no matter what he does. Expect decompensation soon.

    Steve Bannon will be a tough and smart new voice at @BreitbartNews…maybe even better than ever before. Fake News needs the competition!

    https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/898964640817983488

    • ariel_gee_398

      New voice, same as the old voice.

    • FDRliberal

      Weak and stupid Trump likes to say ‘tough and smart’ a lot.

    • Jgb979

      This whole thing is so weird…..

      Brietbart dummies are trying to act like Bannon is more powerful now at the head of a dying right wing rag than literally in the presidents ear.

      He hasn’t yet really explained WHY he fired Bannon

      • Gigglesnort

        My guess is Bannon was hogging the spotlight too much. That is a bigger sin in Trump’s eyes than being a Russian stooge or a Nazi sympathizer.

        • RobespierreHoo

          The latter two things are features, not bugs, in Trumpworld.

      • Carpe Vagenda

        He may not. Bannon said he quit weeks ago.

        • bupkus231

          “Bannon said he quit weeks ago”

          Why does this sound as believable as the kid who gets cut from the team saying he didn’t want to play, anyway?

          • Carpe Vagenda

            or Trump saying he fired all his advisory panels.

      • Claire

        I wonder if it was a Kelly decision to throw one of the white supremacists under the bus as a way of cooling things down temporarily.

    • AuntyMaude

      “Fake news needs the competition.” Well it is conceivable that dead B-bart could corner some of Fox’s market.

      • Carpe Vagenda

        Murdoch’s kid all of a sudden got fastidious.

        • AuntyMaude

          Imagine that.

          • Carpe Vagenda

            I imagine his social life isn’t going well.

    • Robbertjan Brandenburg

      Always play nice with the one who could hand your ass on a platter.

    • Panika MCD

      new?

      • Tiffany de Houston

        That was my first question.

    • bupkus231

      Yeah, Breitbart always did compete well in creating fake news….

    • Rags

      “Amicable divorce.” Riiiiight.

  • Jgb979

    It’s all fun and games…

    Till Jones snaps and orders his lunatic followers to just start mowing down liberals in the street.

    (Editors note- I’m pretty sure 100% of this was staged but holy fuck a lot of this sounds exactly like Rwanda hate radio circa 1992.)

    Just the sheer lunatic fury he has for people mocking an idiot ranting in the streets

    • Panika MCD

      his followers are lunatics, but the ones that tend to be around him are just assholes. they don’t hit, but they will shove a camera in your face.

  • HazooToo

    They thought they were trapped and their first instinct was “we have to fight our way out”. All they had to do in the end was start leaving, and counter-protesters escorted them out safely. Because we’re not them.

    https://twitter.com/Rambobiggs/status/898938167646203904

    • Carpe Vagenda

      They were inside a cupola with barricades behind them and ringed by barricades surrounded by cops in riot gear the whole time.

      • ariel_gee_398

        I guess it can be pretty intimidating to be in a segregated minority, constantly fearing violence from a majority with greater numbers and political clout.

    • Ms.MLG on Maui

      Rambobiggs? Maybe it’s time to change that handle.

      • bupkus231

        “Bimbobiggs”?

    • Robbertjan Brandenburg

      Good for you guys. (and in the end, them)

    • shivaskeeper

      Live your life in paranoid fear and you react to everything with paranoid fear. GO figure.

      • Robbertjan Brandenburg

        It must be hard and painful to be always incarcerated in your own cage of fear.

        • shivaskeeper

          Fearful, hateful, and paranoid is no way to go through life son.

        • Suttree

          Nah, these jackasses jerk off to confrontation. it’s the only way they are ever heard. Not listened to mind you.

    • therblig

      joe bigg pussy is more like it

      • bupkus231

        Yeah – the guy w/ the twitter handle “Rambobiggs” was huddled with his buddies looking for police protection.

    • janecita

      Poor little ❄️!

    • Résistance Land Shark Ω
    • Persistent Demme

      Don’t project your violence onto us, “Rambo.”

  • SkinlessGenderlessMan

    Sure, coffee… Preferably Starbucks; a noble use for a horribly over-roasted drip.

    • Jgb979

      The cup didn’t even celebrate the birth of Christ on the side.

      THANKS OBAMA

      • hammstring

        SAD…

    • shivaskeeper

      You want to know what the sad part is? It’s Seattle. Pick up a rock and throw it in a random direction. You will hit a coffee shop that sells better coffee than that burnt shit.

      Dumping lukewarm Starbucks on someone like A Jones is about the only justifiable use for that swill.

      • Carpe Vagenda

        The drip breakfast blend is… well, not as good as Chock ful, really.

        • Suttree

          I love Chock Full o Nuts. I grew up on it. It was also an ex-gf’s nickname.

      • Kiri the Unicorn

        “Pick up a rock and throw it in a random direction. You will hit a coffee shop that sells better coffee than that burnt shit.”

        …Unless you wanna be a tourist and go stand in line at the original Starbucks location, which I can see doing once, just to say you’ve done it. Rather like going to the top of the Space Needle.

        • shivaskeeper

          All cluttering up the street at the top of Pike’s Place. Damn tourists.

          Also, too I would a good touristy thing to do is the Seattle Underground.

    • AuntyMaude

      But what about the innocent cream. That was not just straight coffee.

    • Shanzgood

      I never knew there was so much Starbucks-hate!

      I love the stuff. Maybe because the first time I had it was after I’d been living in the U.K. when it was hard to get anything other than instant.

      • Panika MCD

        they treat their workers fantastically…shame about burning the beans.

      • Courser_Resistance

        I don’t hate Starbucks but I don’t go there very often but I use them as a meeting place. I generally get an Americano so I must not mind burnt coffee.

  • Skwerl the Nazi Puncher

    The Seattle PD are correct. No way to tell.

    • DerrickWildcat

      True. Could have been a clone created by the Government.

    • Suttree

      Person who is unfortunately off of their meds or Alex Jones?

    • Kooolest G

      FALSE FLAG !!!!11!!!!!!11!!!!11111!!!!!!! probably part of jade helm agenda 21 frog gayness secret plot to destroy the stock market so they can kill trump

  • Jeffery Campbell

    Cue “both sides do it” in 3…2…

  • Marla

    Oh my, that made my day if not my entire year.

  • Carpe Vagenda
    • Wojciech

      so in real life, Ron Swanson is a Democrat.

    • Up In Smoke O’hontas

      Damn, I sure hope he takes ZEGS down in a very big way!

  • Rick Allen

    That first guy who said, “I am fucking off… ” lol

    • anon_the_great

      Yeah, that kind of self-deprecation is a typical Seattle Skandahoovian reaction to Type A assholes. In reality Seattlites are wanabe Cannucks

      • Courser_Resistance

        As I am originally Northern Illinois Skandahoovian (and yes we call ourselves that, tho haven’t heard it in years), we also have a saying.

        “There’s no arguing with crazy people” so yes, we’re happy to fuck off.

  • Wolf Tracker

    How is the right wing media spinning the Nazi rally failure in Boston?

    • Robbertjan Brandenburg

      “Trains were delayed.”

      “Well the trains were always on time in Nazi Germany!”

      Some dark european humor.

      • janecita

        I thought that Benito Mussolini, was the one that made the trains run on time?

        • Robbertjan Brandenburg

          An Italian making anything run in time? HA!

          • janecita

            Italian libel!
            But, I agree:-)

          • Kooolest G

            that’s how mussolini got himself elected, just like when trump promised to bring coal jobs back.

          • David Chaillou

            Never forget there are 3 Italy: North, Mezzogiorno, and the rest. The northerners are really different.

          • Robbertjan Brandenburg

            can’t we ever make jokes again with some dick providing nuance , detail and knowledge? we should march into DC.

          • David Chaillou

            With, or without?

            Just back from Breitbart, some commenters want to establish Marshall law. I was sorely tempted.

          • Robbertjan Brandenburg

            You mean Martial? or is there a thing called Marshall law (no I am not being a dick but honestly asking)

          • David Chaillou

            I assume it’s an illiterate spelling of martial. Not the first time I’ve seen it.

          • David Chaillou

            And one guy wants to have more rallies because the counter-protests “are a great way to bankrupt Soros”. I swear I am not making this up.

          • Robbertjan Brandenburg

            some people.

        • george lastrapes

          Weenito Wussolini was the American PeeResident who made the trains run off the rails and then dumped Amtrak.

    • BloviateMe

      Breitfart headline from earlier:

      “Thousands of Leftists Expected to Torpedo Boston Free Speech Rally”

      • Panika MCD

        we have torpedoes?

        • janecita

          Didn’t you know? What did you think that we had been using in our annual war on Christmas?

          • Panika MCD

            Saturnalia orgies?

          • janecita

            Silly, that’s only for the after party!

          • Panika MCD

            think of the childrens?

          • janecita

            We don’t, we are all on birth control!

          • Panika MCD

            but…torpedoes should be kept in the jammies while there are children about…?

          • Suttree

            I try not to during the orgy!

          • Panika MCD

            I meant with the brandishing of torpedoes.

        • ContextIsKey

          Someone has torpedoes? [taking notes for friends in Durham…]

        • Suttree

          Is that some sort of euphemism for while we motorboat the ladies?

          • Panika MCD

            you motorboat me because you love it and I think it’s hilarious.

          • Suttree

            tttttthhhhhhhhhpppppppptttttttbbbbbbbbb

        • Kiri the Unicorn

          It’s a man’s* life in the liberal navy.

          https://static.comicvine.com/uploads/original/11/111746/4350403-tumblr_static_yellow_submarine_vector_trace_by_jedigeek93-d418fjd.jpg

          *Also too a woman’s, also also a person’s who doesn’t identify with binary gender norms.

          • Panika MCD

            I tend to leave my torpedo in my yellow submarine when I go out. I understand this is not always possible.

          • David Chaillou
        • george lastrapes

          We have SNARK. Which, in the hands of a deplorable, simply does not function. Perhaps because of irony-deficiency anemia. Remember when FOX tried a Daily Show-SNL-style laff riot? You don’t? They actually did. I think it might have featured Dennis Miller.

      • Joe Beese

        Are you serious? LOL

        • BloviateMe

          I wish I weren’t, but alas…

          • David Chaillou

            I’m still banned for 3 days, and it really pisses me that I missed all the snark opportunities over Bannon’s ouster.

        • janecita

          Are you still persona non grata at Breibart?

      • CripesAmighty
    • David Chaillou

      “Look at all those liberals getting excited over nothing.”

      Also, they spin those dumb antifa with masked faces. Which I have to admit didn’t impress me with their wits.

  • Robbertjan Brandenburg

    Ok now would be the time to ask because I am getting confused, In school I learned that after the article “a” the following word should have a vowel. if the word started with a consonant or an “H” the article should be “an” yet I see you guys not following that rule. Since this bunch is hella intelligent I would like to know if this rule is correct?

    • Marion in Savannah

      If the “h” is sounded (house) it’s a house. If it’s a silent “h” (honor) it’s an honor. I hope that helps clarify it.

      • george lastrapes

        Let’s get really pernickety. If the ‘h’-syllable is unaccented, one may employ ‘an’. As in, “An horrific act was committed by a horrible individual.”

        • Bub, the cynical zombie

          This is common among Brits, and some Canadians.

          • george lastrapes

            It’s not at all uncommon in the States, especially for instance in the phrase ‘an historic event’. But then again I was taught grammar, rhetoric, and the rest by Jesuits in high school.

          • Bub, the cynical zombie

            I wouldn’t say it’s uncommon, but I notice it far more often from those of us who know how to spell “honour,” “centre,” “defence,” and “cheque.” :-)

          • george lastrapes

            I grew up employing that usage in an ordinary middle-class (southern) family. I don’t recall them being pretentious, rather the opposite. I was ‘corrected’ for it during a semester at a public high school- not for being a usage snob, but for being a goober or some such.

          • Three Finger Salute

            Parts of New England (MA specifically?) too that for some reason haven’t dropped the British inflection after 200+ years. For some reason, Hs are always put in the wrong place, including the pronunciation of the letter itself (“Haitch”) “An hospital” is common. Er usband, Ank (Her husband, Hank). In various parts of the state there are neighborhoods in the same town or district called Island Park and Highland Park. Don’t even bother asking for directions if one of these names comes up. Especially since if you get to the Dunkin’ Donuts past the stop light on the corner of the Dunkin’ Donuts, you’ve gone too “fah.”

          • george lastrapes

            I don’t think that some elitist invented the ‘an historic’ usage, quill pen in hand. Modern English as she is spoke has a tendency to render unaccented vowels as schwas, and the epiphenic ‘n’ of the ‘an’ before ‘historic’ serves to keep two vowels separated by a weak ‘h’ from coalescing. Translation: makes it easier to say. So the motivation is not snobbery, but laziness.

        • David Chaillou

          When in doubt, use another word.

          • george lastrapes

            The coward’s way out!

          • David Chaillou

            Better a live jackal then a dead lion. BTW, there is actually a French joke based on the spelling of jackal which illustrates my strategy.

          • george lastrapes

            “Ah, zees petit americain mammale eez un foussi eater. Mais, comme on dit, ‘Racun a son gout’.”

    • jesterpunk

      If its Alex Jones he is A IDIOT.

      • Left Coast Tom

        That’s the “Wonkette Style Guide Exception”.

    • Left Coast Tom

      If the word “sounds like” it starts with a vowel then the definite article should be “an”, if it sounds like it starts with a consonant then it should be “a”. So, “a car”, “an hour” – “hour” sounds like it begins with a consonant.

      • Left Coast Tom
      • Robbertjan Brandenburg

        But hasn’t this to do with h in hour isn’t silent?

        • Courser_Resistance

          We pronounce ‘hour’ as ‘our’, the h is silent. Though there are other words where people actually do pronounce with a sounded ‘h’ such as herbs. A few folks sound the ‘h’ so that it sounds like the proper name, ‘Herb’.

        • Suttree

          It is silent.

          • Robbertjan Brandenburg

            Yes it is. (you should have seen me trying to figure it out. )

          • Suttree

            We have a bastard language. It’s difficult enough that most Americans can’t figure it out. We are a rather stupid bunch though.

          • CripesAmighty

            Like everything else American, it’s a lazy, cut-rate, low-rent imitation of the original.

        • janecita

          And that’s why you say an hour not a hour.

      • bbayliss

        AN herb, american.
        A herb, british.

      • Courser_Resistance

        I think you may have the terms confused.
        Vowels: a, i, e, o and sometimes y (rarely, w)

        Consonants are everything else.

        ETA: Oops! Sorry Tom, replied to the wrong comment.

        • Left Coast Tom

          Ah, the last word was incorrect, thanks. Should be: “hour” sounds like it begins with a vowel.

          • Courser_Resistance

            Exactly!

    • WomanInThePersistence

      “A idiot” is Wonkettese. “An” is used properly before words that start with a vowel. The an before a word that starts with an hour is technically correct, but seems to be dropping off in popular usage.

    • janecita

      An animal
      A hero
      An hour

      • Rags

        Once again, into the fount of all wisdom.

        https://youtu.be/f1oMhMwUbgc?t=1m46s

      • Three Finger Salute

        Trivia about hero: “An hero” is an Internet slang term used to describe someone who has committed suicide, usually for seemingly insignificant reasons. Dates to a mid-2000s era MySpace posting about a high school student who ostensibly took his own life because he lost his iPod. (Undoubtedly there were other reasons and the loss of said iPod was just the straw that broke the camel’s back.) A fellow student wrote a sincere, but grammatically-incorrect comment on the dead kid’s MySpace page about how the dead kid wanted to be a mentor to other students and “become an hero.”

        “Becoming an hero” has since been extrapolated to just be a slang for committing suicide, for whatever reasons — insignificant or otherwise. Dramatica, 4chan and the like have a tendency towards celebrating the demise of those they consider untermenschen (especially if it’s self-induced — and even more so if it’s as a result of cyberbullying, usually by the same assholes who populate 4chan), or just doing their usual sociopathic Westboro-style trolling crap “for the lulz” to throw coffee in the face of grieving families.

        They even give out the “Golden iPod Award” (not an actual iPod, just a meaningless “prize”) in “memory” of a high-profile suicider or one who has done so amid unusual or otherwise “lulzworthy” circumstances. Sort of a “non-participation trophy” to mock the “everyone’s a winner” stereotype about millennials. In other words, “some hero, snowflake can’t handle real life and killed oneself over (insert reason here)”. As is typical of 4chan, Golden iPod graphics are frequently given to rape victims who’ve committed suicide — in the hopes that the dead will be “an hero” to other rape victims and they’ll do the same thing.

        It’s too bad that the phrase is associated with the cruelty of 4chan, because for those of us in the pro-choice aisle when it comes to suicide, it could conceivably be reclaimed as a phrase attached to someone who took matters into their own hands and decided they weren’t going to let the state or religion dictate that they must suffer until the end of their natural days. But such is the Internet.

    • OutOfOrbit

      fuck the rools i is a idiot and an moran

    • Panika MCD

      a sky.

    • bbayliss

      Even in my most pedantic OCD state, this is a question that has never passed my mind. (entered my mind? engaged my thought processes? initiated activity between synapses?)
      …thanks

      • Robbertjan Brandenburg

        Can I hug you to make it right?

        • bbayliss

          No! It doesn’t help!!! You just don’t get it!!!!
          I don’t like to be touched.
          Leave me alone.

          • Robbertjan Brandenburg

            Uhm I have no idea if you are serious but just to be sure I am sorry.

          • bbayliss

            I appreciate your concern, I appreciate you apology even more.
            Just don’t touch me.

          • Robbertjan Brandenburg

            Feel comfort in the fact that to touch you I would have to take an intercontinetal flight first.

          • bbayliss

            Back off.

      • BeachBum

        Today we are all Adrian Monk.

    • Itakecofefewithwackelpudding

      Reverse is correct,

    • Three Finger Salute

      The exception being “a historical” vs. “an historical,” because I guess in some dialects (British?) the “H” is silent (“an ‘istorical”).

      Also, it helps to differentiate between referring to one individual thing having to do with history (an historical artifact) and the word “ahistorical,” meaning the opposite of historical, something that is not true and didn’t actually occur in the annals of history (ahistorical nostalgia)

      For some reason “ahistorical” triggers the red line of the spellchecker in Disqus and/or my browser, but it is an actual word in the dictionary.

      https://www.google.ca/search?q=ahistorical

      • jodyleek

        I know, but an historical just sounds better to me than a historical. Looks better too.

        • David Chaillou

          Yes, but it’s “A History Of Violence”, not “an history”. Speaking as a foreigner who actually had to learn English grammar and not just suck it at my mother’s tit, I would say “an historical” is wrong.

          Then again, i strongly believe in locutive freedom. Make up as many words and syntaxes as you want, as long as meaning is conveyed or beauty created.

    • Pax Americana Per Ars Smith

      I was told there would be no grammar.

    • BeachBum

      We repealed and replaced that rule. You only have to follow the rules after Beer Thirty to show that you are not as drunk as I think I am. Or something. They wouldn’t let me read the bill.

    • bobbert

      There is a Wonkette style (not correct grammar) that uses, e.g., “Alex Jones is A Idiot”. Capitalization is part of the style.

      This was, I believe, promulgated by the Editrix, so we tend to follow it slavishly.

  • TheGrandWazoo2

    If everybody tells you you’re drunk, maybe you should sit down.

    Think about it Mr. Jones.

    • David Hollenshead

      With a bag over his face…….

      • Thorn Spike

        Paper or plastic?

        • David Hollenshead

          Can I really answer that question here ?????

          • Thorn Spike

            You could, if comments were allowed.

          • Suttree

            No.

  • Suttree

    So I went out for a little bit. Did any nazis actually speak?

    • Jennifer R

      For less than 30 minutes then they ran away to hide in police busses.

      • David Hollenshead

        Good !!!
        When I was 13, we chased the Neo-nazis into a parking structure, and they had to be rescued by a Police Bus. Apparently a few of them pissed themselves, when they feared the angry mob would have treated them, in the same violent way, they treat the “other”.

  • memzilla Ω
    • Panika MCD

      that’s a pretty good troll.

    • Suttree

      Now with extra lead!

    • janecita

      It sugar, baby!!! Whatever the fuck that means!

      • Suttree

        It probably means corn syrup.

    • David Hollenshead

      Only the best, gummy bears, with natural sugar and “inert ingredients”….

    • Robbertjan Brandenburg

      Eat me. Yeah that is what many people think.

  • Three Finger Salute

    No, no, no, stop tarring the mentally ill with guilt-by-association with these fucks!

    Are the rallying Neo-Nazis mentally ill, or just terrible people

    Here’s a hint. It’s not BOT,K. It’s the latter. Being lumped in with this category just perpetuates the stigma and actually makes me more depressed. The alt-wrong complains that other countries don’t broadcast the race or ethnicity of crime suspects so as not to foment tensions or smear entire groups by association with their worst elements (which exist in every group). But for some reason it’s acceptable to broadcast whether a crime suspect had or has a mental disorder? Or to insinuate that faulty brain chemistry is what makes Nazis, Nazis? I’m sorry, no. The Nazis threw mental patients in ovens and I have absolutely zero in common with them. If you don’t want Americans to think of all Muslims as terrorists or all blacks as criminals then stop fanning the flames to make them think of all mentally ill people as serial killers and, now, swastika-brandishing, tiki-torching Klansmen.

    I’m tired of having “Harris-Klebold syndrome” or “Manson’s disease” in the eyes of the press and the public opinion. Know who’s a jackass just because he’s a jackass? Alex Jones. he said that Sandy Hook didn’t happen, but the media is no better because they kept thumping the drum that Adam Lanza was schizophrenic or autistic or whatever it was he had. It’s a HIPAA violation at best and a harmful broad brush at worst. If that asshole Jones, who is an asshole regardless of whether he’s got a psychological problem or not, went up to anyone in Canada and said “Polytéchnique was a false flag!” he’d get Timmies coffee thrown in his face and deservedly so. But if he or anyone else said “…but if it did happen, it’s because whoever did it was bipolar!” he’d not only get Timmies coffee thrown at him but Maggie Trudeau slapping him in the face… and deservedly so.

    Fuck people who use “the mentally ill” as a scapegoat for bad behavior and assholery. None of this is my fault and I. AM. NOT. THEM.

    • II Gosala

      Magnificent.

    • janecita

      Of course you are not one of those assholes! I agree, we should stop using the mentally ill label on these people, who are obviously just ignorant dicks.

      • David Hollenshead

        Or keep in mind that Personality Disorders like Alex Jones, are not mental illnesses……..

      • Three Finger Salute

        Tell that to the press, who’s also been hitting that whole “Nazi guy who threatened to blow up Bank of America was hospitalized for schizophrenia” angle. Then of course there’s the litany of mass shooters who, instead of being called out as just downright evil (like Columbine) had to be “humanized” with “but they weren’t OK”…

        The poster child for A.L.S. is a baseball hero.
        The poster child for Parkinson’s is a beloved Canadian sitcom actor.
        The poster child for Alzheimer’s is a country music legend.
        The poster child for mental illness is Norman Bates and now Hitler.

        What’s wrong with this picture…?

        Something needs to be done without going so far in the direction of normalizing or dismissing it as “no big deal,” a “difference, not a disorder” or a “blessing in disguise” like some people want to do — Scientology and their ideological cohorts in the diseasemongering, anti-scientific “diversability” cult. I’m a sufferer of a disease in need of a cure, who suffers not only because of society’s stigma but because of the illness itself. It doesn’t make me a musical prodigy any more than it makes me a serial killer.

    • HorseChestnut

      I’ve been looking for a word that means “crazy,” as in “acting in threatening ways that don’t make sense based on a deeply flawed understanding of the world,” but not “mentally ill.” (I’m also trying to replace “stupid,” any suggestions?)

      • janecita

        Imbecile works great.

      • II Gosala

        Funny, isn’t it how hard it is to name that kind of behavior without implying mental illness? That’s how deep the prejudice goes.

      • AuntyMaude

        Menacing for threatening. Fool: a person who lacks judgment or sense, but could also mean a stupid or silly person. Antisocial describes behavior.

  • Shanzgood

    In case nobody else mentioned it yet, I’ll go ahead and be the asshole who points out it’s “hawks” not “hocks” when referring to selling stuff. Unless he’s pawning it and plans on getting it back some day.

    • OutOfOrbit

      you tryin to git smrt with us?

      • Granny Sprinkles

        I’m tellin’ ya, sendin’ our young’ns to school ruins ’em.

        • OutOfOrbit

          iz them donut sprinkles i see around yer mouth?

        • Bub, the cynical zombie

          AND wimmenz. Bet she don’t make sammiches, neither.

      • Shanzgood

        I hoped for ages that someone else would do it or Robyn would notice and fix it herself!

        • OutOfOrbit

          have you eated yet today?

          • Shanzgood

            Does coconut milk count?

            FINE. I’m looking at a salad right now.

          • OutOfOrbit

            salad? HA! eat peanut butter right out of the jar, then a fudge sundy, and strawberry cake with a hole tub a cool wipp on top
            GET…WITH…THE…PROGRAM!!

          • Shanzgood

            I had some cantaloupe and pineapple and watermelon and cheddar cheese. The rest you mentioned would make me sick. But I feel better now. Thanks, Mom!

          • OutOfOrbit

            can u eat hard-boiled eggses?

          • Shanzgood

            Yes. That’s a good idea. I should make a bunch – my daughter likes egg salad sandwiches.

          • OutOfOrbit

            hardboil a doz at a time, when cool roll on counter-top between palm and paper towel (cracking shell all around) then peeling is a snap, eat at least one a day (my Rx)

          • Shanzgood

            Yes, I know how to make hard boiled eggs, Mom!

          • OutOfOrbit

            btw donut tell me your daughter’s name i will call her Dot to save me typing K?

          • BeachBum

            Ha ! Gooder spellinz are bestest funny !

          • OutOfOrbit

            thang yoo vewy mutch

    • shivaskeeper

      Pedantic Shanzgood is pedantic. Very good.

      • Shanzgood

        I tried to resist the urge but I just couldn’t stop myself.

        • shivaskeeper

          I don’t blame you.

        • BeachBum

          We all have our nits to pick.

      • OutOfOrbit

        she is a trouble maker too, also

    • BeachBum

      Thanx mucho ! I thought it was ham hocks and I got all hungry for pork with beans, is how I make it, lots of brown sugar and tomato sauce and vinegar.
      So what is Steven Hawking ?

      • Bub, the cynical zombie

        Something in a box. He says it’s a surprise.

        • BeachBum

          Better not be a cat. I hate it when they put cats in boxes.
          “is the cat dead ? Is it alive?” I would put their ass in a box !

    • Courser_Resistance

      Exactly. I never hawk stuff, but I’ve been known to hock a thing or two

    • CripesAmighty

      Thank you. That one’s been bugging me forever.

      • Shanzgood

        I don’t mind taking one for the team.

    • Wolf Tracker

      Hocks are the cut of beef from the back of the leg.

      So if you are hawking hocks you probably sell meat.

    • Paul

      Where’s “hock a loogie” fit in there? Did I use it correctly? Maybe Baconz knows.

      • Shanzgood

        You got it

        Wait I misread and did autocorrect in my brain. It’s hawk.

        • Shanzgood

          Brain autocorrect. Ugh.

        • Paul

          Better check with the authority, Mr. Baconz. I googled it before I posted and spelled it as “Hock” and it came right up. Like most English usage, I’m sure if you google “Hawk a loogie” that’ll show up too. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve pulled out the dictionary to correct some usage I saw, only to see that either way is correct. I gave all that up as I got really old figuring life’s too short.

      • BeachBum

        That’s a simple onomatopoeia. Like fart, gulp, bark, quack, and meow.

  • David Hollenshead

    But Alex F-ing Jones, you are F-IGN EVIL !!!

    • Parakeetist

      That man is paranoid and needs help.

  • Bub, the cynical zombie
    • Courser_Resistance

      Yaaaay! I was waiting to see something like that!

    • David Hollenshead

      Good.

    • Shanzgood

      Those crowd shots were beautiful!

    • amrak63

      Hey, Ratzis! This Meganekko Is You.

      http://i.imgur.com/miZsz0r.jpg

    • amrak63

      The OG Nazis got owned, too.

      http://i.imgur.com/zznlYql.jpg

      • Parakeetist

        Yes!

      • Msgr_MΩment

        But rock punches paper?

    • Pax Americana Per Ars Smith

      Do you think maybe they’ll get the hint?

      • Bub, the cynical zombie

        No.

  • janecita

    In other news our “president,” is a pussy that needs to be constantly in his safe space.

    https://mobile.nytimes.com/2017/08/19/us/politics/donald-and-melania-trump-to-skip-kennedy-center-honors.amp.html

    • Panika MCD

      pussy libelz.

  • TundraGrifter

    Seattle is just a very damp Berkeley.

    • kareemachan

      Pfft. Berkeley is just a Seattle wannabe.

      • TundraGrifter

        Berkeley was Seattle before Seattle was Seattle. Cranky people with down jackets and Earth Shoes (Birkenstocks today, I guess). More smokers in Seattle. More high-tech companies in town. The rents and the rants in Berkeley and Seattle are about the same.

  • Lizzietish81

    waste of good coffee

    • shivaskeeper

      STARBUCKS. IS. NOT. GOOD. COFFEE.

      You know, assuming it was Starbucks. If it was from somewhere else or made at home or something, I agree with you 100%

      • Bub, the cynical zombie

        Starbucks is horrible. I don’t know how they fuck their coffee up so bad.

      • Lizzietish81

        Starbucks is not good coffee, HOWEVER, when you are beyond the lands of good coffee it is perfectly serviceable.

        • shivaskeeper

          I’ll give you that.

      • janecita

        They have good chai tea though.

        • Lizzietish81

          Good iced green tea too

        • shivaskeeper

          You do you on that one. No love for the Chai tea from me.

      • kareemachan

        I thought somebody said it was Seattle’s Best.

    • David Hollenshead

      Nah, I would waste Jamaican Blue on Alex Jone’s face, as long as it was cool enough not to burn him……

  • Kiri the Unicorn

    So, this Stratton guy- NOT a Jones ally, I take it? I ask only because this seems like the sort of incident that Jones might fake.

    • kareemachan

      In Seattle? Not a chance.

  • Wolf Tracker
    • janecita

      Can’t see, story is behind their paywall.

      • David Chaillou

        Use secret mode if you have one. Enables you to see several articles before the paywall comes up. Repeat as needed.

      • Wolf Tracker

        Go to incognito and it should open.

      • yyyaz

        Private window setting works too.

    • WomanInThePersistence

      Berlin. Awesome.

  • Résistance Land Shark Ω

    We have several other “rallies” occurring today … besides Boston (see below), any other reports of thousands and thousands of “Unite the Right” folks marching?

    5-to-1 they’re as small a crows as Boston.

    • kareemachan

      Crows are pretty big birds….

      Sorry, I had to.

      • Résistance Land Shark Ω

        Yes, they are … I hope the resistance crowds as big, also too.

  • Carpe Vagenda

    If you’re a military history buff (or saw Jaws)

    https://twitter.com/AmyMcGrathKY/status/898975822027075584

    • bbayliss

      Submerged things are hard to find,

      • Carpe Vagenda

        at 18000 feet, certainly.

        • OutOfOrbit

          18,000 feet?!

          • kareemachan

            Or 5500 meters.

          • OutOfOrbit

            now i haz confuze

        • David Roosa

          how many penises?

          • Carpe Vagenda

            72000?

      • shivaskeeper

        It’s a big damn ocean.

        • bbayliss

          All that water

    • yyyaz

      The stories of the sailors who survived is gruesome beyond description. Cannot snark.

      • Kiri the Unicorn

        Yeah, no jokes. That was a terrible event.

    • janecita

      Last year, son had to do a presentation about a sunken ship, for his 4th grade history class, and this is the ship I suggested. His teacher has been teaching for 35 years, and she told him that he was the first kid ever, to choose that ship.

    • kareemachan

      I hadn’t heard of this, but my SO filled me in. OMG.

  • bbayliss

    I just can’t get enough of these old trump tweets:

    Donald J. Trump ✔ @realDonaldTrump
    3 Chief of Staffs in less than 3 years of being President: Part of the reason why @BarackObama can’t manage to pass his agenda.
    3:07 PM – Jan 10, 2012

    • shivaskeeper

      It’s Chiefs of Staff not Chief of Staffs.

      Figured I would get it corrected before Shanz did. :)

      • bbayliss

        He’s a moron.

        • shivaskeeper

          This is a given. However Shanz is not.

          • bbayliss

            I was unclear,but thought the intent was obvious.

          • shivaskeeper

            I was being factious. Your intent was clear. I was making a bad joke.

          • bbayliss

            me too. Yours is better.

          • Bub, the cynical zombie
          • bbayliss

            That’s a small splash cymbal.

          • CindyinEncinitas

            Facetious…

          • shivaskeeper

            Auto-correct fail on my part.

      • II Gosala

        Unless he’s in charge of a bunch of sticks. Then he’d be Chief of Staffs*. Ever think of that…mmmm?

        *Well, Chief of Staves, actually, but why ruin a good joke**

        **OK, not a good joke..a bad joke. Fine, I never posted this.

      • CindyinEncinitas

        Sounds like a tarot card.

      • Shanzgood

        Haha! There’s no correcting that guy.

  • Granny Sprinkles

    OT: So Granny is spending tonight at a civil war era mental hospital. Since it’s purportedly haunted, GenX Daughter -who is making me go with her letting me share in her adventure- installed a ghost hunting app on her phone and is currently investigating my house. She just found a ghost named Carol in the dining room, but I call bullshit because the lady who died in my dining room wasn’t even named Carol.

    • OutOfOrbit

      mebbee Carol kilt her

      • Granny Sprinkles

        Dayum! You’re probably right!

        • CindyinEncinitas

          And et her!

          • Granny Sprinkles

            Nope, the nice men came and took her away in a van then buried her somewhere.

    • OutOfOrbit

      btw your dot is a nut-case

      • Granny Sprinkles

        A little, yes, it’s one of her many charms!

    • Pax Americana Per Ars Smith

      But has she checked your crawlspace yet?

      • Suttree

        Give her a vacuum cleaner when she goes in there.

        • Granny Sprinkles

          I’ve been meaning to clean the basement but I’ve been prevented from actually doing it because I’m lazy which is entirely out of my control.

    • WomanInThePersistence

      #notallgenxers

    • CindyinEncinitas

      Ask Carol to say hey to my mom and my grannies and my parrot and ask her to tell me the name of my fifth-great grandfather on my father’s side.

      • Granny Sprinkles

        Carol just keeps complaining that it’s cold. She’s useless. (In her defense, I do keep my house REALLY cold)

    • YoBunnyBunny

      Oh, that’s so fun! I was in Gettysburg last weekend and I saw they a haunted tours place. I would totally do it, even though I hate-watch entire series of paranormal tv shows. Have fun! If you see anything, we want pictures!

      • Granny Sprinkles

        Will do!

    • redarmyzombie

      Are you sure is wasn’t Cheryl?

      • Granny Sprinkles

        MY NAME IS CHERYL! Are you the ghost of one of the people who has died in my house?! (The official count is two.It’s an old house, but not too old)

        • redarmyzombie

          Lol, sorry, been watching too much Archer.

          • Granny Sprinkles

            Drat, there goes our psychic link.

          • redarmyzombie

            Unless your last name so happens to be Tunt. In which case…

    • Kooolest G

      who you gonna call?

  • Carpe Vagenda
    • Robbertjan Brandenburg

      Back in my school this kid would have no life and this was a very elitist European Gymnasium. (no that’s not a gym that is a school that teaches Greek and Latin.)

      • Suttree

        Some of us know that Robert! :)

        • Robbertjan Brandenburg

          But not many! :)

          • Suttree

            True.

          • Kiri the Unicorn

            I knew!

          • Robbertjan Brandenburg

            Good for you!

          • Three Finger Salute

            Want to really scare Americans? It comes from a Greek word that means nudity. They’d have day school in their togas, and then athletic training where they used to compete naked, because, well, Greeks. They also used to have informal debates in the sauna. So technically, the gymnasium is a naked school.

          • Robbertjan Brandenburg

            Europeans never have had any objections to nudity.

          • Three Finger Salute

            I’m guessing our northern neighbor doesn’t have as many objections as we do either and are more in line with their Euro counterparts. (The Home Alone scene where Buzz tells his cousin that the French have nude beaches comes to mind.)

            This photo (NSFW, depending on your jurisdiction) had the American Internet Defense Incendiary Operation of Trolls (A IDIOT) out in full force calling for Trudeau’s head. Bonus trigger points: it’s a selfie from Toronto Pride.

            https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Cb2wsdTVAAAphOq.jpg

          • Robbertjan Brandenburg

            That would raise no concerns in Europe. Athough this was not greeted well with our christian party:
            http://www.vkmag.com/sites/fuck/balkie.jpg

          • YoBunnyBunny

            Informal debates in the sauna. So basically “nekkid locker room conversations”?

        • CindyinEncinitas

          I would venture to guess this kid has no life and is dressed this way to gain his redneck dad’s approval.

          • Suttree

            That would be a very very good guess.

      • II Gosala

        it’s not a gymnasium if you wear clothes.

      • CripesAmighty

        We don’t have those here (except for rich people).

        • Robbertjan Brandenburg

          Eally? Ours are free if we have the intellect.

    • Wolf Tracker

      Well, we have many civil war history buffs and reenactment folks on both sides of that war.

      Are you sure he is not a reenactor based on that civil war uniform?

      I am sure I will be trolled but I think some people are going over board and will end up regretting it.

      • kareemachan

        I’m not trolling, but tell me why Civil War re-enactment people are a good thing.

        I’m waiting.

        • Wolf Tracker

          Teaching history through reenacatment.

          Did you watch Roots?

        • Kiri the Unicorn

          *shrug* I assume there are such people as legitimate hobbyists who would be embarrassed to line up with actual neo-Confederates.

          • Angela Ruzzo

            You are right.

        • William

          Because this monologue inspires. It reminds us of why the war was fought, and reenactors made it possible.

          You can argue with men dressing as soldiers and acting, but I challenge you to find fault with the message. https://youtu.be/HRB2dGI1vRM

        • Angela Ruzzo

          They love history, and they feel a strong connection to it by recreating the Civil War time period in great detail, including the uniforms, the gear, the tents, the precise movements of troops during actual battles, etc. I do something very similar with Renaissance re-enactments, although I do not take it quite as seriously.

      • Carpe Vagenda

        I, conversely, feel that you are trolling. Perspective is a powerful thing.

        • Wolf Tracker

          Then please block me.

      • shivaskeeper

        Typically the reenactments do not have someone standing there flipping off one of the actors. It’s kind of a thing that is not done with a historical reenactment.

        • Wolf Tracker

          You would think right but tempers are running high right now.

          • shivaskeeper

            IOW, this is not a photo from a reenactment. It is someone flipping off a proud Son of the Confederacy. Or maybe an internet troll that decided now would be a good time to come out of the basement and troll in real life.

            Either way, there is no reason to doubt the photo is a picture of what it is, even with the limited context.

          • Wolf Tracker

            Only it turns out that wasn’t taken in Boston and he is a reenactor.

            See info above.

            I am blonde, blue eyed bald with tats on my arms so are you going to jump to conclusions and think I am a Nazi and flip me off or punch me when you see me?

          • WomanInThePersistence

            Dude, you are new here, and very welcome. We don’t jump to conclusions about other folks here. Nobody will punch you. Especially Shiva, who I have met irl and is a very good person.

          • Wolf Tracker

            I am new here and it appears some of the people that are here don’t like new people and people that don’t conform to their opinions.

            People jumping to conclusions based on one picture and the way a person is dressed is ridiculous and just racism and bigotry that those same people say they reject.

            That is my opinion.

          • WomanInThePersistence

            Which is fine. I really don’t know what the kerfuffle was about

          • shivaskeeper

            Would said it was in Boston? Not me. I never even implied that.

            As for a re-enactor, he’s not one of them. He’s standing vigil in front of a statue, in CVille, on his own, for reasons. That’s by the info you wanted me to look at.

            He’s an asshole guarding a statue to make a point about the statue three days after a woman was killed in that town by Nazis protecting this statue.

            Now he claims to not be a white supremacist, or a Nazi. Taking him at his word on that it still makes him as asshole who should have known or understood this was a possible reaction form people who were still pretty raw about the Nazi rally.

            I also never threatened you.

      • Angela Ruzzo

        He is not a real re-enactor. They gather in groups for serious historical re-enactments on real or pretend battlefields, with historically-accurate uniforms down to the last detail. They do not stand around in public places in unbuttoned uniforms holding Confederate flags. Of course, he might be a real re-enactor who is AWOL.

        • Wolf Tracker

          All I see is one picture that tells just part of the story.

          • YoBunnyBunny

            Is he in Boston? If he is, he’s a long way from the civil war battle fields.

          • Wolf Tracker

            No- actually he isn’t. Read above.

      • William

        You have a good point. More than 4000 reenactors made that movie possible. I’m not ashamed to say that the soundtrack remains among my favorite. https://youtu.be/2VzLAUOT7HA

      • bupkus231

        That photo is of Allen Armentraut, taken on Tuesday, Aug 15th, 2017, in front of the Robert E Lee statue in Charlottesville, VA. Mr. Armentraut decided to perform his vigil ( while armed with “non-Confederate” semi-automatic pistol and AR-15 rifle ) 3 days after Heather Heyer was murdered in Charlottesville.

        Link: http://www.dailyprogress.com/news/local/n-c-man-in-confederate-uniform-with-rifle-in-emancipation/article_8fece36c-81c8-11e7-9a3c-bb3e2637cc8d.html

        No matter how you try to defend “Confederate re-enactors” – there is NO defense for this guy to be showing up there at this time. He does contend that he disagreed with the racist views of so many, and says he regrets Heyer’s death – but if he is so insensitive to the views of others as to show up like that – his own views do NOT deserbe to be “honored”.

        And you can go peddle your wares elsewhere.

        • Wolf Tracker

          Peddle my wares?

          You are welcome to block me but don’t give me orders.

          That info should have been included with that picture since most of the people below was sure it was in Boston at todays rally.

          Right?

          • bupkus231

            You objected to the characterization of the picture without knowing the circumstances, either.

            I found that link very easily – because I wanted to know. You apparently didn’t – all you wanted to do was make noises about how some “Confederate re-enactors” are nice people.

            And your response to me shows you’re looking for a fight – so, like a true sadist, I’ll refuse.

          • Wolf Tracker

            I objected to jumping to conclusions about people based on the way they dress or the color of their skin.

            Which is exactly what you have done here and I am blonde, blue eyed and bald with tats so will you assume I must be a Nazi and flip me off or punch me the next time you see me?

    • William

      Confederate meal team six reenactment.

    • Angela Ruzzo

      This made me wonder about some guys I know who are Civil War re-enactors. They take putting on the correct uniforms and flying their flags very seriously in the appropriate historical setting. I wonder what they feel about all this phony Confederate shit.

      • Carpe Vagenda

        The beleaguered husband was a historical reenactor at a history museum (mostly blacksmithing). His take is that it can be fun but it attracts assholes.

        • Angela Ruzzo

          Some people take re-enacting far too seriously, in my opinion. I hang out at Renaissance festivals, and we refer to some of them as the “History Police.” If you make a dress out of polyester fabric, instead of linen or silk, they are sure to point it out to you, but who can afford real silk??? I avoid these people. They also have no sense of humor.

          • Shanzgood

            My daughter is into cosplay and will get her outfits down to the correct EPISODE. But she’s not an asshole!

          • Angela Ruzzo

            I’m glad to hear it. My attitude is that if seamstresses in the 15th century had had sewing machines, they would have been delighted to use them, so I use them. The History Police insist you should sew everything by hand. But I notice they use the toilets at the festivals, instead of a latrine, so even they have their limits.

          • CindyinEncinitas

            Costume nazis? That sounds like fun.

          • Angela Ruzzo

            Oh yeah, lots of fun. I got criticized once for using hem tape. She never did that to me again .

          • Carpe Vagenda

            I made the kid a completely authentic young Queen Elizabeth I outfit from a period pattern for Halloween. She insisted on pink. I gave up.

          • Angela Ruzzo

            It sounds lovely. Being authentic is a lot of work, and it generally involves a lot of hand sewing, which I can’t do anymore due to arthritis, and also I need a magnifying glass these days. I bought a new weed whacker last week, and the manual was – I kid you not – in 4 pt font. It might as well have been written in Chinese, I couldn’t read it even with my strongest reading glasses. The best hand work I can manage these days is hand-hemming. I have switched from regular pins to quilting pins, because they are bigger and longer, and therefore easier to find when I drop them on the floor. I wish someone would make sewing needles in fluorescent colors, because they are constantly disappearing on me.

            I am making a navy blue leather lace-up bodice for my Highland costume this month. Wish me luck. Can’t use pins, bummer.

          • Carpe Vagenda
          • Msgr_MΩment

            Awwwww…. so cute.

          • Carpe Vagenda

            Yeah :)

            Still is, although about four feet further from the ground.

          • Angela Ruzzo

            Beautiful costumes! Beautiful girl! She has the right coloring for Princess Elizabeth, too!

            I like to find Renaissance portraits and try to copy the gowns. I can never find exactly the right material at a price I can afford, but sometimes I can get close. I found some amazing cobwebby lace fabric at Hancock (half price!) that made a lovely Fairy Queen dress, but you don’t find that kind of thing every day, and it was a bitch to sew.
            https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/3ece172869495d15287ea25a2ebba843bad2d2a6b4c73e34bb68d5b50c13bf1d.jpg .

          • Angela Ruzzo

            I layered the lace over alternating panels of green and lilac voile. It worked beautifully.
            https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/1e1ffb601b1866e66841840e8a707c7221d1b1afce743806ccb41f5b49475614.jpg

          • Carpe Vagenda

            Oh my. That’s gorgeous.

          • Angela Ruzzo

            Isn’t it? It was a 4-1/2 yard end-of-bolt sale piece. But it is hard to sit down on wooden benches or bales of straw, as the lace catches and snags, so I have to take a piece of brocade and lay it on the surface before I sit down. It makes me feel like Poirot.

        • Three Finger Salute

          There’s a burgeoning wave of alt-history reenactors now too. Basically they like to cosplay Man in the High Castle. Scary shit.

      • WomanInThePersistence

        Check out “Confederates in the Attic” by Tony Horowitz.

      • You have seen the ‘Smores Schnapps episode of South Park, right?

        • Angela Ruzzo

          No, I haven’t, but I will look it up.

          • Oh, well, simple plot summary: Cartman gets pissed off that the Confederacy always loses the Civil War re-enactment battles, so he gets all the adult re-enactors liquored up on ‘Smores-flavoured schnapps, whereupon they go wild and start a real neo-Confederate insurgency. Cartman’s motivation is so that he can enslave Stan and Kyle, because he hates those guys, he hates those guys so very, very much.

  • Zippy W Pinhead
  • Michael R
    • TJ Barke

      Putting chemicals in the water isn’t a conspiracy, it’s negligence, which could be solved by regulation, which AJ is opposed to…

    • CindyinEncinitas

      If you want to worry about water, check your local radon levels. Sadly, that’s not a conspiracy theory, so I’m sure that would never interest him.

    • when I’m at the ATM at midnight, I’m not looking over my shoulder for the media…

  • CindyinEncinitas

    From the Twitter machine: sure pr0n is fun until someone LOSES AN EYE.
    http://www.penangpost.com/director-singapore-adult-movie-hospitalized-actor-comes-eye/

    • OutOfOrbit

      knew a girl once her nipples were so … oh never mind (charlie red-1 eye used to be my handle)

      • bbayliss

        The one with the butter and the cats?
        I knew her too.

        • BeachBum

          You had the butter ? I only got the lard. :(

      • Shanzgood

        I bet she spent a lot of money on bras.

        • OutOfOrbit

          one day jogging, heat index over 100, bullet-proof sports bra’, sweating like crazy and she was still nipped out. how is that even possible?

          • Shanzgood

            Sometimes all it takes is a breeze. Or nothing at all. They just do their own thing.

          • OutOfOrbit

            i know they can cause unwanted attention. i am unnerved by tee shirts with words to read or a graphic to look at covering lady-boobs, what is a horny fuck sposed to do?

          • Shanzgood

            Wear sunglasses.

          • OutOfOrbit

            from now on i shall keep them handy, put them on and stare at all the lady titties to my woody’s contentment & btw, you knew about rolling the eggs before peeling?

          • Shanzgood

            I’ve read about several methods for making boiled eggs, depending on the desired result. Including the rolling.

          • OutOfOrbit

            oh yeah? well what about peeling a banana from the dead end instead of the stem end?

          • Shanzgood

            Um. I’m not a great fan of bananas do…

          • OutOfOrbit

            cop-out! gotcha! ha ha

          • Shanzgood

            What?! My dad has a latex allergy that manifested later in life and I’ve started having issues recently so I’m nervous!

          • OutOfOrbit

            donut know what peeling a banana has to do with latex alergy, but i can see why the worry has you off your feed. if you can, figure out what got you eating today & repeat tomorrow.

            take care you don’t burden Dot with your worries — an easy trap to fall into. but do eat together as much as possibe

            that is all
            i am a bore cannut help it

          • Shanzgood

            I ate plenty of happy-making food tonight and so did Dot and her friend.

            And latex allergy involves not just latex products like condoms and gloves and balloons, but foods like apple, avocado, banana, carrot, celery, chestnut, kiwi, melons, papaya, raw potato and tomato. So far, I’m ok with all of these except celery and bananas, which are only mild irritants. Latex condoms are the worst so far.

          • OutOfOrbit

            my Dot went thru something like that but she’s younger than you & got over it. the trouble seemed to develop when she was a vegetarian, which she gave up in Africa and she’s home & all’s well now. Next stop: So. Korea

          • Shanzgood

            Also holy dog o just ate so much food!

    • Suttree

      You would think that would be a safety glasses area. Or maybe a full face shield.

      • CindyinEncinitas

        If they were unionized…

        • Suttree

          I think I would shell out a couple of bucks for my PPE.

      • BeachBum

        Needs moar guvmit regulation. Jared will look into that.

    • mancityRed6

      so many things wrong there.
      a male actor that can’t control himself?
      also, they won’t let me copy/paste so to be brief, he does have his vision back but their concerned about STIs. shouldn’t that testing have been done before the cameras rolled?

      • Suttree

        They said the actor had been tested last month and he was clean.

        • mancityRed6

          the story ends with the director getting gonorrhea in the eye.
          no word on how the actress took it.
          well, we know how she took it, but…

        • mancityRed6

          weekly. it’s gotta be weekly.

      • Meanie-meanie, tickle a person

        Updated: Director now has gonorrhea in his eye socket. Guessing that actor ain’t getting the job…

  • Angela Ruzzo

    It really is hard to tell if Alex Jones is certifiably insane, or if he just acts that way to get attention and make money. Now that I have seen him in action, I am leaning towards the latter, but it is also possible that both are true.

    • Suttree

      He’s just a jackass. Like threefingersalute says below, don’t group that asshole with people who have actual illnesses. It makes people with reall difficulties sound bad.

    • CripesAmighty

      Law of perverse incentives. Prior to the Wonder of the Web, he’d be a crank with a smelly mimeograph in a basement and, (maybe) a half hour on public-access cable yelling at plastic plants.

      • Three Finger Salute

        Once again, the only thing I ever agreed with that Trump said was that we need to get some of the really smart cyber people like Bill Gates in here to find the off switch.

        Which would also have the effect of silencing Assmouth and his entire deplorable troll army.

        • Zyxomma

          That off switch would wipe out Wonkette, too.

    • Bub, the cynical zombie

      His attorneys at his child custody hearing said he was a “performance artist.” I’m pretty sure he doesn’t believe half the shit he says.

      • Angela Ruzzo

        I think you are right, because when I watched the video again, it seemed to me that he doesn’t actually act or talk like a person who is truly passionate about what he is saying. He acts like someone who just wants to get a response from people so he can insult them, hoping that it will escalate into something else.

      • Mehmeisterjr

        Yeah, but he is still an abusive parent.

        • Bub, the cynical zombie

          I don’t doubt it.

    • mancityRed6

      the money. it’s always about the money. he might have far fringe beliefs but remember that you saw him in action with a camera on him.

    • Panika MCD

      when I was taking care of Prima Momma, I went to the same liquor store as he did. he was kicked out the day after the election for yelling at a clerk who happened to be from New Zealand. he believes some of it, though it’s difficult to gauge what.

      • Angela Ruzzo

        I was curious because I have a cousin who is a paranoid schizo, and he is also extremely intelligent and well read, and he likes to go into stores and deliberately engage the staff and customers in pseudo-intellectual arguments for the purpose of showing how stupid they are, and he has been banned from most of the shops in the town where he lives. If you met him, you might not realize he was mentally ill for the first 10 minutes, because he can be very articulate and charming until he decides to play you. Alex doesn’t act like that, he starts right off being an asshole from the beginning, and he isn’t truly articulate, which made me think he is just performing.

        • Suttree

          I used to have a friend like that. He was 20 and I was about 35, but he was incredibly well read and interesting to talk to. I can only assume that at some point about 6 months after I met him that he stopped taking his meds. He told me that he had been diagnosed as such, so this isn’t conjecture. I felt bad because he just got worse and worse to the point where I couldn’t be around him for 5 minutes.

          • Angela Ruzzo

            Medications are a big problem for these people. My cousin was prescribed half a dozen of god knows what, and sometimes his doctors didn’t coordinate, and sometimes he would get mixed up, and sometimes he would forget to take them, and then he got on illegal drugs, and that whole mix spiraled out of control pretty quickly. He became very unpleasant and difficult and tried to kill his elderly mother several times, and after she died he ended up on the streets somewhere, nobody knows where. I’m sorry to say that nobody really cares. There is no place for him in our society.

          • WomanInThePersistence

            OMG, that’s awful. I’m so sorry to hear that.

          • Suttree

            That friend was the worst that I ever saw up close. I did date a woman for 6 years who had a few problems. We broke up more times than I can count. I could tell if she had been off of her meds for 2 days. I probably had the please take/refill your meds conversation 100 times. She was still a pain in the ass when she was on them, but I liked that about her. Not the crazy that makes no sense her. We still talk 4 years later. She’s been really good with taking care of herself. Our relationship was fucked up and revolved around a bar in Mid-City New Orleans. Not the healthiest place for either of us.

          • Angela Ruzzo

            New Orleans isn’t really healthy for anyone. I lived in the area for 4 years, and when I was looking for a house to buy, every single one I saw smelled of mold, unless it was brand new. Some of the condos and apartments I looked at weren’t much better. I think maybe the locals are used to it and don’t notice, but when you move there from somewhere else it is very noticeable.

          • Suttree

            The whole city has that smell unless a decent breeze is blowing through the magnolias. Mind you I lost the scent after a few months there, but I would remember it after going away for a few weeks.

          • Notreelyhelping

            New Orleans can be stunningly beautiful: there’s something about the light in that semi-tropical heat and humidity. And I didn’t know I’d made so many friends until I’d decided to leave.

            On the other hand, it’s a great big loony bin–you never knew whether the next person you’d meet was sizing you up for barbecue meats–and my apartment was haunted; so it’s a mixed bag.

          • Angela Ruzzo

            Yes, it can be stunningly beautiful, which made me wonder why so many people litter everywhere and ruin it. And yes, I made lots of friends everywhere I went, and when I left they threw me a heck of a party and everyone was crying, including me. That wouldn’t happen in the Midwest. I never met anyone who was sizing me up, I just met a lot of people who were kind, generous, helpful, loving, caring, and very, very friendly. If you fell into a conversation with a total stranger at the supermarket checkout, you could easily end up being invited to their daughter’s wedding (the more, the merrier, they say). And you go, and make more friends. They are the friendliest people I met anywhere outside of Ireland and Italy. I occasionally met an unfriendly person, and they were always from somewhere else, usually Mississippi. Sorry, folks from Mississippi. . .maybe you send your bad people to Louisiana and keep the nice ones at home?

        • Panika MCD

          according to the store, he usually just got his stuff and left it to his fiancee to speak to the clerks…but she wasn’t there that day.

          • Angela Ruzzo

            In a very odd way, it is somewhat comforting to know that people like Alex Jones have a fiancee, because it means that there is someone for everyone out there, if you can only find them.

          • Panika MCD

            except this is the second woman who agreed to marry him.

  • DerrickWildcat

    It wasn’t coffee, it was Chem trail sauce and now Jones is infected and under the control of the Bilderberg group.

    • CripesAmighty

      Flouride.

  • kareemachan

    I agree about the coffee – just make sure it’s lukewarm or iced, okay?

  • TheGrandWazoo2

    If racism would recede as fast as Jones hairline we should be all good in a couple of years.

    • CripesAmighty

      And if socialism would expand as fast as his waistline…

      • Three Finger Salute

        Eh, maybe not that fast. Curvy or zaftig is fine, or even a “dad-bod”; it’s Canada, Scandi etc. Morbidly obese socialism, however, is the USSR boogeyman we were always warned about.

      • Cat Cafe for the Prosecution

        And if neonazism could shrink down to the size of his peenus

    • Three Finger Salute

      It’d be even better if it receded as fast as Scumbag Steve Skinhead Miller’s.

  • RobKanC

    Soon we will see neo nazis wearing coffee guards in their faces that they bought from Alex Jones’s website for only $99.99.

    • Panika MCD

      quick, start selling them yourself!

      • RobKanC

        Can’t. I am not a raging lunatic.

        • Panika MCD

          but you can play one on TV!

          • RobKanC

            I doubt it. You either gotta be a very good actor like Matthew McConaughey or a real lune like Jones.

    • Khavrinen

      If you can’t beat ’em, fleece ’em?

    • mancityRed6

      one size fits most!
      get ’em now while there’s not coffee in your face!
      http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/productImages/1000/ca/ca024969-a877-4976-9af2-56805765c0df_1000.jpg

      • Shanzgood

        You were already looking at face shields, weren’t you?

        • mancityRed6

          no, it’s bad enough I spend ten hours a day in safety glasses.

          • Shanzgood

            I meant because of the post below about the pr0n director!

      • Suttree

        Needs an electric wiper on it.

        • mancityRed6

          that, sir, is the $199 deluxe model.

  • Mysterious Masked Wrestler

    I had to watch it without the sound because I’m at work. I think I finally understand the appeal of silent movies.

    • bbayliss

      You have a piano at work? cool

      • Cat Cafe for the Prosecution

        And these great title cards when anything happens

      • Mysterious Masked Wrestler

        I have a keyboard and a vivid imagination.

  • The Librarian

    Love Seattle and good on those guys. I don’t know what Jones was complaining about, those people could talk. I could clearly hear them mention he was a racist asshat and “fuck you”

  • Michael R

    Best headline of the day :
    ( Could be asked of Trump and everyone involved in this administration )

    Rallying neo-Nazis: Mentally ill or just terrible people?

    http://www.rawstory.com/2017/08/rallying-nazis-mentally-ill-or-just-terrible-people/

    • h4rr4r

      Terrible.

      Seriously, this shit needs to end. Lot’s of people with psychological problems are not Nazis.

      • Panika MCD

        ignorance and hate aren’t mental disorders.

        • Three Finger Salute

          Yep. Posted this below about how sick and tired I am as a bipolar sufferer of being lumped in with assholes like Jones, terrorist like Spencer, and mass-murderers like the Columbine duo. Also, the ones who facilitate mass weapons distribution and hide behind a veneer of “constitutional freedoms” like Wayne LaPierre. Charlton Heston had Alzheimer’s. He was also an asshole, and that had nothing to do with his Alzheimer’s.

          • Panika MCD

            I know! couldn’t find it to link when I needed to.

      • YoBunnyBunny

        I don’t think these psychiatrists are trying to lump garden-variety racists with people who suffer from disorders. Most of those neo-Nazi/neo-Confederate clowns are just that: CLOWNS, and I just want them to take a damn seat. But I think the psychiatrist are trying to go after those folks who are “extreme” in their bias, not to just say the bias itself is a disorder, but a symptom of legitimate condition.

        I think this a compassionate step to take. People’s mental disorders manifest themselves in a myriad of ways, and I don’t think it’s fair to withhold diagnosis and, therefore, treatment from somebody just because their symptoms manifested themselves in a particularly reprehensible way.

        I think we can address the social ills of racism without ignoring the individual mental disorders that may be hitching a ride on those very same social problems. Individuals interact within a society, so it would behoove to us to find out how individuals with disorders are impacted/influenced by hateful ideology, if it all. I’m just saying…

    • CripesAmighty

      These ‘thinkpieces’ overcomplicate what is really a very simple matter:
      1. They’re morons;
      2. They know it;
      3. They resent everyone else who knows it.

      • h4rr4r

        4. They can’t get laid.

  • DerrickWildcat

    It wasn’t but a couple of months ago where Jones’ defense during his child custody trial was that he was an entertainer and didn’t actually believe in any of the things he was saying. So what in the hell is the excuse of the people that are still supporting and defending him?

    • CripesAmighty

      D. U. M. B.

    • bbayliss

      They’re not in family court yet?

      • Panika MCD

        that was family court. he lost.

        • David Hollenshead

          His family won…..

          • Panika MCD

            not exactly. his ex is crazy also too.

          • HogeyeGrex

            Being his family is not what I’d call winning, exactly.

    • shivaskeeper

      Obviously he had to lie in court to get custody of the kids and not pay that stinking bitch child support. Claiming to be a performance artist was a false flag to mask his real beliefs from the Admiralty Court.

      This is simple. Ask me a hard question.

      • Kiri the Unicorn

        Do I look good in plaid?

      • TJ Barke

        Will I ever get my shit together?

        • shivaskeeper

          Eventually.

      • phoenix00

        Will ixnay finally be able to the hombre OR the somethingnay?

    • Carpe Vagenda

      Leona Helmsley was a terrible, terrible person who went to jail for doing roughly exactly what all the other real estate people were doing, more or less like they got Martha Stewart. Anyway, by the end she had nothing and no-one except her servants and some equally horrible purse dogs she trained to bite the nurses. It was said to be the only thing that gave her pleasure in the last bedridden years of her life, watching those dogs try to bite chunks out of people who weren’t allowed to do anything about it.

      I think Jones and Trump are spite poodles.

      • WomanInThePersistence

        I am so stealing “spite poodles”.

      • Cat Cafe for the Prosecution

        Poodles libelzz! They are spite stoats

        • kareemachan

          Spite naked mole rats.

      • HogeyeGrex

        I used to call Trump “Little Leona” because she, more than anyone else, seems to be his true role model.

        • Carpe Vagenda

          He loathed her. He literally told the press he was happy she was finally in hell.

          • HogeyeGrex

            Lol. I guess he hated the competition. Or the mirror.
            She was, at least, unapologetic in her evil, and sure as fuck wasn’t driven by others’ opinions of her.

      • Resistance Fighter Puipui

        Back in they day, when Leona Helmsley went to jail, I was an NYU student working a part-time job answering phones for a public relations firm that did work for her. I can still remember the feeling of pure joy I got from listening to the operator try desperately not to laugh after she stated her name every time she called collect from jail. It was the best.

        I like to think that if we’re all very lucky, someday some poor college student will get to accept collect calls from jail from Donald Trump, and will be the highlight of their day, every time. Just the thought makes me happy.

    • Panika MCD

      yes. he lost.

    • Hairstrike Alpha

      He also eats Zebra steaks and likes showing off his fat orange body….

  • Bitter Scribe

    Which actor could play Alex Jones? James Galdofini is dead, Danny deVito is too short, Burt Young is too old…any other ideas?

    • Panika MCD

      don’t make movies about Alex Jones because he makes his own?

    • Meanie-meanie, tickle a person

      Put Adam Baldwin in a fat-suit…

      • Suttree

        Stephen Baldwin also too.

    • Baconzgood

      A hefty bag full of rancid salmon?

    • mancityRed6
    • Video offers “irrefutable proof” that Bill Hicks is Alex Jones
      http://www.avclub.com/article/video-offers-irrefutable-proof-bill-hicks-alex-jon-212279

      Bill Hicks is too dead, but he’s perfect…

      I don’t mean to sound bitter, cold, or cruel, but I am, so that’s how it comes out. We all pay for life with death, so everything in between should be free. Children are smarter than any of us. Know how I know that? I don’t know one child with a full time job and children. It’s always funny until someone gets hurt. Then it’s just hilarious.

    • Me not sure
    • David Hollenshead

      Anyone who can fit in the Human Skin Suit, known as Alex Jones.
      However the Lizard man who lives in it might put up a fight.

    • janecita

      I had forgotten that James Gandolfini was dead, now I’m sad all over again.

    • Shibusa

      Oliver Platt? William Forsythe? Bruno Kirby?

      • H0mer0

        Kevin Sorbo. I heard he went all xtianist

    • Cat Cafe for the Prosecution

      James Woods

    • george lastrapes

      Meryll Streep.

    • puredog

      Sadly, Curly Howard is dead also too.

  • Both sides do it…

    Human and feline.
    https://i.imgflip.com/1udluq.jpg

    • Three Finger Salute

      Dybeetus’

  • Baconzgood

    We lurv the Dead Milkmen. I’ve seen them many times and they put on a great live show.

    • Three Finger Salute

      Not to be confused with the poor-quality cover band, the Local Dead Milkmen.

  • Does hot coffee hurt Nazis more than punch?

  • Someone is harassing people on the street so why wouldn’t Seattle PD investigate?

    • David Hollenshead

      They would take him to a mental hospital…..

      • Mildred Broxon

        And I used to work at the very same mental hospital (actually only a floor of a general hospital) where he would have been taken. Reading the paper in the morning gave me a pretty good idea of how work would go. “The accused was taken to Harborview Medical Center for psychiatric evaluation.”

    • Cat Cafe for the Prosecution

      I just came to say the exact same thing. It doesn’t stop being harassment if you’re a “personality” with a radio show.

    • phoenix00

      It’s a day ending in ‘y’ for them, given the number of whackadoodle homeless.

  • GreenGoldSharpie

    So, I hear the Nazis are a wee bit outnumbered in Boston today.

    Some afraid of being doxxed to mommy and daddy or their hot dog job?

    • RobKanC

      Probably afraid someone is gonna punch them in the face. Bostonians enjoy some good old fashioned violence.

      • GreenGoldSharpie

        Haha, this is very true.

      • Three Finger Salute

        It’s the Eireish in ’em. Maybe, just maybe Mahky Mahk could redeem himself by doing to one of them what he did to that poor homeless Vietnamese man 30 years ago.

        …or (per the comment rules) he could just annoy them by playing “Good Vibrations” on a loudspeaker at their next rally.

        • janecita

          I still don’t like Mark Walhberg. He is a duche, a racist, and a terrible actor, fuck him!

          • Three Finger Salute

            That’s why I said “Maybe.” Should have included bold tags.

        • mancityRed6

          I played a lot of Red Dead Redemption. when the character is on a horse and you want to go faster, he says “come on, come on”
          both the ex and I got the earworm from just that.

        • Msgr_MΩment

          Follow them, playing circus music

    • David Hollenshead

      Doxxing them is Good.
      Sending them to re-education camps would be even better…

      • WomanInThePersistence

        I disagree. Shaming them is good. Doxxing, not so much.

        • David Hollenshead

          When they are known to be a Nazi, they can be avoided…

          • TundraGrifter

            Chances are the folks who are actually around them already know.

            Doxxing sux.

          • WomanInThePersistence

            Not necessarily. I don’t know all the details about my co-workers and slight aquainstances political beliefs. If I knew they were actually Nazis, well, that would change things. Bigly.

          • puredog

            True, and rightly so. However, if they don’t act on their hateful beliefs at work, they’re sort of irrelevant. I mean, if I had a 9 to 5, and all my co-workers were suddenly made aware that I liked to rub one out in the morning every day, during my lunch break, and at 5:01 after the whistle blew, that might change their ideas about me for the worse, but insofar as it does not have any effect on them, it’s none of their business.

          • WomanInThePersistence

            I did not mean to imply that I would treat co-workers differently. I would certainly think about them differently, and that might show. Any unknown Nazi acquaintances would be dropped. Possibly with an explanation.

        • Shanzgood

          How do you shame them without naming them?

          • WomanInThePersistence

            I certainly didn’t say that. Shaming people IRL is perfectly fine with me. Doxxing? Not so much. For one thing the potential for making a mistake is just too damn high.

          • Shanzgood

            Hm. I’m still going back and forth on it for that reason. The deliberate “name and shame” tactic was one I first heard about from an Australian author I follow, Clementine Ford, used against sexual harassers. I don’t have a problem with that so I really shouldn’t have a problem with it happening to Nazis. But there’s still, as you said, the potential to fox the wrong person.

          • WomanInThePersistence

            Imho, that’s the line. It’s the same reason I do not approve of the death penalty. Oopsies can’t be taken back. And it has actually happened.

            http://www.businessinsider.com/twitter-doxxing-charlottesville-white-supremacists-wrong-guy-2017-8

          • Shanzgood

            I understand. The death penalty is permanent, though.

          • WomanInThePersistence

            Yes it is. And again, mistakes can’t be taken back.

          • Shanzgood

            Cases of mistaken identity can be corrected while folks are still alive. And it’s not hard to track someone down and read their Nazi and/or misogynistic FB or other online rants and link them to their employer page because most of them are stupid enough to leave that info out there.

            That’s the thing I don’t have a problem with. Doxxing their home address/phone number or their children I’m not cool with. But I don’t have a problem with telling their adult family members or employers what they’re doing or sending them screenshots of the messages they’ve sent telling someone they deserve to be raped with a machete (yes, I’ve seen that).

            So I’m still at “yeah, innocent people need to be protected somehow but how do we stem the rising tide of violent threats?”

            I’m still thinking and appreciate this conversation.

          • WomanInThePersistence

            I do as well. And I think we’re pretty much in agreement. I’m fine with people being outed irl when they do bad things. But if you had a chance to look at the link i posted, a perfectly innocent college professor and his wife had to stay with friends this week-end because he was mis-identified as being somebody at the Nazi March. And remember the young man who had committed suicide and was identified mistakenly as one of the Boston bombers? His family went through hell.

            I have no ethical problem at all with outing Nazis. None. But I just think that the potential for hurting innocent people is too great to support doxxing.

          • Shanzgood

            I guess I’m at the same place as well. How do we balance the social benefit of punishing bigots and misogynists for the harm they do in a way that PREVENTS more harm without causing any l?

          • WomanInThePersistence

            I wish I had an easy answer. What makes sense for me is to shame people in real life, and give a big pause about online.

          • Shanzgood

            But a lot of them already have a big presence online. They make a shitload of noise on the intarwebz but when it comes to real life consequences, look what they do. I mean, Roosh V for example.

          • WomanInThePersistence

            Yes they do. I guess I just would prefer to err on the side of caution.

          • Shanzgood

            Me, too, but how do we protect and prevent more actual real victims as well?

          • puredog

            For another, if it is okay for you to doxx them because you disagree with their views, they could reasonably argue that it’s okay for them to doxx you because they disagree with your views. When in doubt, the Golden Rule can help with these calls.

          • WomanInThePersistence

            Yes. The world does not need more flame wars.

        • bupkus231

          The problem is that, nowadays, most Americans don’t understand the emotion “shame”. It’s a lost emotion – possibly weakened by the rise of “social media” and “sharing”m but probably long before that.

          It’s “funny” – the RWNJs are all about the breakdown of society’s values ( blaming libtards ), but they don’t recognize their own role in breaking down “political correctness” – which is really about avoiding saying something you SHOULD be ashamed of.

      • FuzzmanX

        “Re-Education Camps”

        I’m for it.

      • covfefesumgame0005

        that is making the assumption they were educated before this.

    • mancityRed6

      the reports coming in say around 10,000 people were descending on their safe space that was already surrounded by detractors.
      yeah, I’d have been shitting my pants, too.

    • Maclare, Local Milk Person 🍼

      Ignatius J. Reilly Libelz!!!

  • Baconzgood

    This is part of Alex’s series on How Not to Win Friends and Influence People

    • David Hollenshead

      How to get free coffee ????

  • Thiazin Red

    I’m getting increasingly confused by people saying that this is the first solar eclipse visible in the US since 79. There was one when I was in middle school. I’m pretty sure I didn’t hallucinate it, or slip into a parallel universe some time between now and then.

    • MilwaukeeKent

      I think that was “Total Eclipse of the Heart”.

      • kareemachan

        Weirdest video ever.

        • Notreelyhelping

          No kidding.

    • janecita

      I think that it might be the first total eclipse. We have had partial ones after 1979.

    • TJ Barke

      It’s the Total part of it that’s significant.

    • God Emperor Emeritus

      As long as Hawaii is not part of the US it’s true.

    • WomanInThePersistence

      I was in 6th grade in 79. I take it you are younger than me?

    • mancityRed6

      I was 5. there was another, in the early ’80s, but it’s the total darkness that is key.
      most of the time they happen in places that aren’t ‘Merica.

    • Suttree

      I remember that too.

    • puredog

      I am virtually certain that what you remember is an annular eclipse (think: really skinny donut, moon too close to earth to block sun out completely, but situated directly over it), which is to a total eclipse as shit is to Shinola. And if you are one of those libtards that thinks “an island out in the Pacific” is really part of ‘Merka, there was a total eclipse visible there in 1991 (I saw it from the Big Island).

    • BouncyFlyer

      I saw the ’79 eclipse, going across to the dry side of WA to see it (Portland was totally overcast, being February). So this will be the second for me (though it will be just shy of total – I really can’t take the day off as it’s the first day of the semester so work will be crazy busy for us).

    • LithiumION

      I don’t remember the eclipse, but I do remember sacrificing virgins and stuff. Maybe that was just prom night.

    • phoenix00

      JetBlue says it’s FAKE NEWS too!

      https://www.facebook.com/events/356307501466392/

  • DoILookAmused2u? Résistance☨

    What if there were consequences for bad behavior?

    https://twitter.com/th3j35t3r/status/898951543575257089

    • mancityRed6

      I guess “echo chamber” was too honest?

    • phoenix00

      Geez 4chan, Reddit, and Discord safe-spacey enough? They had to make their own wretched den of scum?

  • FuzzmanX

    Pouring coffee on his face in Seattle is perfect.

  • FuzzmanX

    Feel free to visit SF, if you want to be disfigured.

    • janecita

      You know where he wouldn’t pull this stunt? NYC.

      • FuzzmanX

        He would die in Berkeley, but he has zero balls.

      • TundraGrifter

        Or pretty much anywhere in Florida.

      • i don’t think he should try this in any blue place with lots of hotheads.

        though personally, i’d love to send him to englewood to defend AJ cracker.

    • WomanInThePersistence

      I assume that you mean that with votes.

      • redarmyzombie

        Or glitterbombs.

        • Shanzgood

          We used to hear a lot about glitterbombing. Did people stop? If so, they should start again.

          • Suttree

            You will still be thinking about it a year later after you get glitterbombed. You can have moved twice, and you will still remember.

          • Shanzgood

            Hee! I probably still have glitter in my house from all my daughter’s projects when she was little. Also because I’ve become a shitty housekeeper.

      • FuzzmanX

        He would be highly unpopular, as the violence in Berkeley has shown us. Not advocating him getting hit by a train or a folding chair.

    • Suttree

      Hello newcomer, please read the commenting rules. https://wonkette.com/466226/programming-note-rules-for-commenting-radicals

      • FuzzmanX

        …by people from Berkeley wearing masks. I’m worried for his safety. XP

  • Baconzgood

    I was impressed that he’s a champion pencil fighter. But a metal singer and a coffee thrower? Betcha he gets all the babes.

    • David Roosa

      BTW, WTF is a pencil fighter?

      • Hamilton Ω, AKA Formerly DN

        A pencil fighter is some weird nominally-human induhvidual without a life who competes in pencil fighting contests. Really. And it’s weird. And it’s described here: Wired: World Extreme Pencil Fighting Championships (Warning: Weird!)

  • Weird Fishes

    What a frantically flaming asshat.

  • GreenGoldSharpie

    Well, at least he wasn’t choked out by an Oathkeeper like that meme shitlord who probably was one of his best fans. *shrug*

  • Bill Patterson
  • Carpe Vagenda
    • TJ Barke

      Snowflakes, the lot of them, that all melt under heat.

    • redarmyzombie

      You know, ordinarily I am very much conflicted on the subject of doxxing, but these scumbags? Go cry me a river.

      • Suttree

        I would never personally do it, but I don’t really give a fuck when it happens to a nazi. I still hope that nothing happens to them, except to be a little bit scared for a while until people forget about them. Well that and they lose their jobs.

        • DoILookAmused2u? Résistance☨

          I think their employers deserve to know

          • Meanie-meanie, tickle a person

            Some of the employers think so too…

          • DoILookAmused2u? Résistance☨

            That’s the thing. I would want to know if I had a hostile workplace lawsuit just waiting to happen.

    • Mike Steele

      Yo, Matt…your neighbors don’t like you…bfd. In the throes of melodramatic angst, he said his ‘life was over’. On another thread, I contended NOT – actually it is Heather Heyer whose life is over. Wish we believed in hell.

  • Shibusa

    Jake Stratton, pencil-fighting league champ, heard that Alex Jones is cruel to colored pencils.

    • Three Finger Salute

      But not white pencils…

  • Cat Cafe for the Prosecution

    So, he is actually completely revealing himself to be the Crazy Asshole Yelling on the Sidewalk and Attacking and Harrassing people! It’s all he is! If he wasn’t some kind of “personality,” he’d have been arrested–why wasn’t he? Why does ANYone let people get away with shit like this?

    • Shanzgood

      This is what mace is for.

    • puredog

      The official SPD response — which cracked me up — was, “How do we know it’s not just someone acting the part of Alex Jones?”

  • mancityRed6

    dude, dude, Alex…you’re supposed to be on a soapbox…get it right.

    • covfefesumgame0005

      he keeps falling off it, all that meth takes a toll after all…

  • BloviateMe
  • Mavenmaven

    As a former Seattleite, my first impulse was, why waste good coffee, couldn’t you have used some other beverage?

  • DoILookAmused2u? Résistance☨
    • Augustus

      prob not, no

      • DoILookAmused2u? Résistance☨

        why?

    • BillEGoatSmirk

      Doesn’t matter. Undoubtedly, he’s already had a debriefing by the Mercers. I hope the fact that this guy was let anywhere near the WH and the NSC doesn’t come back to haunt us.

  • Carpe Vagenda

    the hero we need (keep in mind that the protesters broke past the police line trying to start something)

    https://twitter.com/steveannear/status/898949729362554880

    • Wolf Tracker

      Now that is what we need to be applauding!

  • Marcel

    He would die in Berkeley, but he has zero balls.

  • mancityRed6
    • Suttree

      Meow meow meow purrrrrrrs

    • Angela Ruzzo

      When my cat Lucy does that, there is no budging her, unless you want permanent scars.

      • mancityRed6

        she’s 15. you can touch any place on her and all she’ll do is move her face closer because that’s where she wants to be petted.

        • Mike Steele

          May she live long and prosper. We inherited Mom’s calico, age 17, and she made it to 21:)

          • HooverVilles

            Nice!

        • Angela Ruzzo

          Lucy is 6. When she is 15, she will probably be a Grumpy Cat. Right now she is in her favorite place – lying with her butt on my mouse, flicking her tail, which catches the wheel and scrolls the page while I am trying to type. I hope you get to pet your pretty cat for many years to come.

    • HooverVilles

      Nice! Ceiling Cat purrrrrs!

      >^o.o^<

  • Tony Zimmerman

    I’m still smelling setup.

  • Three Finger Salute

    So, semi-OT but since we’re having a field day talking about the collapsing alt-reich lying press now that Bannon has been shot out of a cannon and Jones has been made to look like more of an ass than Juan Valdez’s burro, there’s more good news coming in from the north, where Ezra Levant’s Deplorebel Media is now in terminal stages and so, too, is the GOP North he’s connected with, Canada’s Harpercon/Crapper party. Faith Goldy, the cunt who went to Charlottesville, egged on the Nazis, and captured a video of the car attack that killed Heather Heyer, has at last been fired from the channel. Not for her “vacation” to Charlottesville but because she gave an interview to a podcast affiliated with Daily Stormer. And also, of course, because Ezra is facing down the breathing fire of bad PR and is trying (and failing) to cover his own fat ass.)

    The majority of Levant’s hacks have bailed, like rats from a sinking ship — including his longtime sidekick Brian Lilley, who attempts to pass himself off as a “respectable” journalist but stuck with Ezra all the way back since the Sun TV days when he made horrible comments about Romani people and practically called for Patrick Brazeau to beat Justin Trudeau to death in the ring. Lauren Southern has gone to Europe to join their own band of “Identitarian” Nazis, and Gavin McInnes — Vice Media co-founder who infamously made a video called “10 Things I Hate About Jews” (in Israel, of all places) — is no longer with them either, for unspecified reasons. They also had a token black reporter named Jay Ibiza who left about 6 months ago when he was attacked by vicious Rebel trolls after making a video where he said that the Alt-Right is racist. (Duh, finally woke up to reality, eh?)

    Only two Harperites, Michelle Rempel (an already unstable evangelical floozy who was recently seen accusing Trudeau of treason over the Omar Khadr payout on Fucker Carlson’s show), and Michael Chong (an unfortunate Red Tory who got blasted and excoriated by his own party and their Deplorebel base as everything from a covert spy for Beijing to “Ching-Chong Trudeau” simply because he voted in favor of the resolution condemning Islamophobia), have condemned them. No one else, and Andrew Scheer, the party leader, only gave a half-hearted, generic condemnation of “hatred” four days later at an event in Vancouver that was so weaksauce and pathetic it made Trump look like Churchill.

    Meanwhile, Ezra’s sole source of income for the channel, the periodic cruise vacations, has now been cut off, because Norwegian Cruise Lines has officially severed ties with them as sponsors thanks to a coordinated activist campaign by a group called Sleeping Giants. Affiliation by the cons with Ezra’s hate vlog has split the party, perhaps irrevocably; Eisenhower Republicans no longer feel at home with today’s GOP any more than Diefenbaker Conservatives feel at home with today’s Crapper cancer. But the fact that Scheer said anything at all has alienated the rabid hate base that Ezra has cultivated for the better part of a decade, just like there are alt-reichists who won’t vote for Trump again because he got “pressured by the Jews” into actually condemning Nazis (even though he later backtracked).

    So… long story short? With campaign season starting up soon, and Canadian campaigns tending to run much shorter than the drawn-out, multi-year exercises in futility that the American press and party machines subject their electorate to, Justin’s probably looking at FOUR MORE YEARS!!!11! and the Cons will probably be lucky to have more seats in Parliament than the Rhinoceros Party. A parody/protest party that nominates a cartoon rhinoceros mascot as its leader, and which has (by design) never won a single seat. Which is a Canadian way of saying that the Republicans, forever tarred by their affiliation with Breitbart and neo-Nazis, would be lucky to have more seats in Congress than the Deez Nuts party.

    Bye Felicia, eh.

    • kareemachan

      Thanks for the update. I live close enough to BC that I get CBC and listen to it often, by sometimes don’t hear things like this.

      • Three Finger Salute

        You should follow the Canadaland and Montreal Simon’s blogs. It’s not really being reported widely in the national press as much as it is on the independent online outlets. As a Canadiphile Yank trapped behind the Orange Curtain, who’s familiarized myself with the unhinged Levant’s history as the self-declared Trudeau nemesis, I’m gleefully watching this dumpster fire, which is occurring in parallel to the implosion of hatewing media and its political affiliates happening here.

        Unfortunately, there is no .gif of Justin Trudeau eating popcorn, which would be fitting for just such an occasion. There is, however, a video of him nibbling on a fan’s plate of poutine at last year’s Tragically Hip farewell concert. Close enough.

        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kBeoJdzy8Zs

    • this is great (i’m 1/2 canadian here in chi and don’t get enough news of the country of my mother’s people).

  • Thiazin Red

    One thing I would like to ask one of those neo nazis. If Jews are so smart, powerful and sneaky that they can secretly run the world, doesn’t that really make them the superior master race?

    • Three Finger Salute

      That’s actually kind of what they fear and why they hate them so much. Just like how the GOP evangelicals claim to hate “Muslims” because ISIS throws gays off rooftops and executes rape victims for “adultery,” it’s more about crushing the competition than any real sense of righteous indignation.

      • Khavrinen

        “Hey, homophobia and victim blaming are our schtick! We gotta do something about those thieving Mooslims!”

    • LithiumION

      *MIND BLOWN*

  • Résistance Land Shark Ω

    Thousands turn out in Boston to march against hate speech

    The rally never numbered more than a few dozen people, and its speakers could not be heard over the shouts of those protesting it and due to the wide security cordon between the two sides.

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/716caa7e9fc5a44fea3d696bdf3990789d3eb14b049ad032ef52ec9a8c31030c.jpg

  • Canis Greyhame

    If you want to treat Alex Jones right, I’d recommend a banana cream pie to the face (though he might try to claim it was scaldingly fresh-out-of-the oven after the fact).
    https://i.ytimg.com/vi/lCNzFn_Oxds/hqdefault.jpg

    • King Beauregard

      Best thing is to treat him exactly like a homeless street crazy: give him five dollars and say, “listen, spend this on food, NOT ALCOHOL, okay?”

  • Righteous Action Jack

    You were awesome before, Robyn, now you’re uber awesome! Beelzebubba is one of the greatest albums in history!

    • Zombishroom

      All of them, Katy.

  • King Beauregard

    The best part is how Alex Jones is being generally ignored like a homeless schizophrenic talking about how Jesus lives in his Cap’n Crunch. He might as well be a ghost.

    The little contact anyone actually makes with him is dismissive; everyone knows he’s not worth the time. He even has to chase them to get them to keep paying attention to him.

    • Canis Greyhame

      Yeah, the last thing you want to do is make eye contact.

    • Alan

      If I saw anyone like that on the street I would give wide berth.

    • phoenix00

      Totally no different than the loons I encounter throughout Vancouver.

  • Querolous

    Should have been a cup (or gallon) of poo coffee minus the coffee.

  • Zombishroom

    He was right by crack park. Nobody could tell the difference.

  • Resistance Fighter Callyson

    I must object to this. What a waste of perfectly good coffee!

  • mary5920

    Mel Brooks has said in many interviews that the best way to deal with Nazis is to mock them. Throwing lukewarm coffee or heaving a pie in their direction seems altogether righteous.
    A very thoughtful interview by both Mel Brooks and his interviewer in 2006: http://www.spiegel.de/international/spiegel/spiegel-interview-with-mel-brooks-with-comedy-we-can-rob-hitler-of-his-posthumous-power-a-406268.html

  • Zombishroom

    https://youtu.be/Pj-GIAACClc
    In case you want more Dead Milkmen

    • puredog

      But are they LOCAL?

      • Zombishroom

        They’re from Philadelphia. I’m from upstate New York and saw them several times in the late 80s and early 90s. First time I crowd surfed was at their show. Moved to Seattle for the grunge and it became my home.

  • clairence

    Seattle PD pulling out the humor card: Alex Jones just playing the role of Alex Jones, dontcha know.

    • JustDon’tSayDignity

      Someone on another thread said “Didn’t know Seattle PD had a burn unit”

  • SnarkON

    Wow. I have never watched him or listened to him. He is crazy as a shithouse rat. Like, actually mentally ill. He needs therapy and meds.

  • Poly_Ester

    Has Alex appeared yet with head bandaged and claiming severe burns?

    • Khavrinen

      Too bad we can’t get him to wrap a bandage around his mouth.

  • Our local Seattle news, KOMO, headlined the story: ‘Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones screams on Seattle streets” (rather Wonkettian) And they ended the story with the quote:
    The man (later found to be one-time city council candidate Michael Maddux) responds in brief: “I don’t talk to racist f**ks.”

  • eastcoastlib

    I had some gay Martian pizza last night. I recommend the pepperoni. It’s HUUGGGEEE

  • geoffalnutt

    Everyone knows Jade Helm (the huge, bronze lesbian who had a supporting role in the movie “Brazil”) had designs on Murka from the get/go. Incidently, her get/go was thousands of years ago…as was Hillary Clinton’s.

  • handyhippie65

    heh heh, he got hot brown juice on his face. heh heh. oh, and WTF was that song, and why have i not heard of it before?! it had just the right amount of insanity to be awesome!

  • dshwa

    Epic level trolling by Seattle PD.

    • WomanInThePersistence

      The Boston PD did well also too.

  • mr.Truth

    These Alt-Left American Stalinists are the night rabble of the Kristalnacht . They Are the “night riders” of the Old South – instead of White Hoods they wear the Black Cloth of the Stalinist – Instead of the White Hood – they choose the Black mask . They are the Topplers of Buddhist monuments in Afghanistan – the Secret police following the Christians to their midnight meetings….the mass murderers of the millions of the “proletariat” – whom they always promise to protect from the ‘rich’ ..just before they murder Millions of the proletariat who don’t “think right” :) .Nothing Personal :)

    • Edith Prickly

      Alex, take your meds and go lie down before you have an aneurysm.

    • LithiumION

      Ok, mister, you get back down there and clean the basement or THERE WILL BE NO MORE TOTINO PIZZA ROLLS.

      • you know i’m waiting for my dinner and i am very hungry and this didn’t help the situation.

    • leemoder

      They are The Batman!

    • Panika MCD

      vegan baby butthole or GTFO!

    • Dazza

      Excellent argle-bargle — but points deducted for not using all caps.

    • pussygrabber in chief

      Okay, who’s been toppling Buddhist monuments in Afghanistan? I thought we talked about this.

  • Edith Prickly

    I hope it was Starbucks. No one should waste good coffee on that loon.

  • Edith Prickly

    LOLOLOLOL, Alex has NO business calling anyone else “physically grotesque.”

    APCOAJ! (Always Pour Coffee on Alex Jones!)

    • Deborah Ujevich

      I love your handle & avatar. SCTV was the best! And my God. Alex Jones is just completely detached, he makes LaRue by Night look like a documentary series.

      • ThisBearMaulsFascists

        Even LaRouche by Night also too.*

        *PUHLEEZE tell me that is not A Thing.

  • LithiumION

    He should have doused him with barbecue sauce.

    Some of Evan’s finest work: https://wonkette.com/613577/a-titillating-story-about-alex-joness-nipples-soaking-in-authentic-texas-bbq

  • Debbie the Unpaid Protester

    “I don’t talk to racist fucks,” made me laugh out loud

    • Joy

      Me too!!!!

  • rocktonsam

    Saturday night, time from my brainwash elixir

    • asshole bike FTW (i am asshole biker also).

      • ThisBearMaulsFascists

        If zipping 2mi to the bars in <10min while everyone else sits in congestion on Hennepin makes me an asshole, then I don't ever wanna be nice. :-D

  • How do you know the coffee wasn’t boiling hot? Were you there? Ha! I’ve just Pussy logic Grabbed you!

    • WomanInThePersistence

      Umm… what?

      • Okay okay okay, you got me. I was riffing off of an article from earlier in the week where the Ol’ Pussy Grabber disputed the claim of a local historian by remarking, “How do they know? Were they there?” He has a plaque on Confederate memorial at one of his Virginia properties claiming a Civil War battle had turned the river into a river of blood. Didn’t happen. Complete lie. Ergo, Pussy logic Grab.

  • Slamtundra

    I gotta get to work…where they have more coffee.

  • Goposaur

    Sorry, can’t condone this. Rights extend to the tip of the nose – this went too far.

    Now if was glitter/confetti instead of a liquid, I might have a different opinion. Still thinking about it.

    • Molon Labe

      You either stand on the side of the people who throw coffee in people faces or your stand on the side of the Nazis.

      • Alan Acacia

        ! don’t care about your writing skills, but I take offense at your assertion that I stand on the side of the Nazis (unless, that is, you were being ironic).

        • Molon Labe

          Obviouly, du kare boutin my “writing skills”, elsa whys you talkie bout it…. nazi

          • Alan Acacia

            I apologize about the first part of my comment. I remain offended by your belief that if I don’t stand on the side of people who throw coffee on a Nazi it shows that I stand with the Nazis.
            You are against Nazis. So am I. But we disagree about throwing coffee on Nazis, so therefore you say I’m a Nazi.
            Where does it end? If I don’t stand on the side of those who burn down the house where Nazis and their children live, is that evidence that I stand by the side of the Nazis?

          • Molon Labe

            It ends with a giant coffee grinder that you and your alt-right nazi pals are thrown into and ground into new covfefe to throw in more nazi scum faces. Its like nazi soilent green.

          • Alan Acacia

            I bless you Molon Labe. I’m guessing that you may not have had a very supported life. Hope you are able to make things better.

    • SadDemInTex

      I thought this was faked by Jones himself?

    • Regret

      Woah now, glitter is evil!
      You will find glitter for decades, in nooks and crannys you did not even know you have.

      • Yellerduck

        Glitter, Easter basket grass and tinsel. All of them last forever.

  • Mecha343

    Someone should have accuse Alex Jones of working with the Illuminati and running a sex orgy in his radio station.

  • NeoliberalBanksterCaptainHowdy
    • keinsignal

      Happy Flowers: the #1 choice of college radio DJs who despise their audiences.

  • La Cieca

    Should have been urine.

  • pussygrabber in chief

    So disqus is doing that thing where it randomly “disappears” non-comments. Fuck you, disqus.

  • Michellehgil

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  • Arki J. Kirwin-Muller

    God bless my city. I love it to bits.

    • mike

      What a wonderful place. Where people with differing opinions get attacked. Fucking violent liberal praising god. Could you possibly be any more pf aself contradiction, you human piece of shit.

    • mike

      I hope you get coffee thrown in your face while traveling for being a fag someday. It would be just another intolerant asshole like you doing it. You are human garbage

      • Dutch

        “I hope you get coffee thrown in your face while traveling for being a fag someday.”

        Typical hypocritical trash.

        • mike

          A little hurt that I pointed out how moronic calling 10 pm ‘broad daylight”, mororn? Whaaaa. get over it bitch

        • mike

          Sure, thats hypocritical. Just like 10 pm is daylight

        • mike

          “I hope you drown in a puddle” my god, you are stupid. You are the hypocrite. And a moron. Its as clear as DAY

          • Dutch

            “Its as clear as DAY”

            What’s clear as “day”, jackass? Clearly, you are making an ass of yourself in broad daylight, retard.

          • mike

            You mean daylight like at 10 pm? Moron

          • mike

            My god you are dumb. It wasnt a complicated thought. Whats clear as day was stated, just as clear as day. Pay attention moron, im not explaining this again: you are a hypocrite amd a moron. I understand why you didnt know that even though its clear as day. You are so stupid, you dont know the difference between night and day, so its mot clear to idiots like you.

          • Dutch

            Keep pretending that idioms don’t exist, moron.

          • mike

            *Idiots.

          • mike

            The difference between 10 pm and broad daylight is what is as clear as day. Literally. Except to you. moron.

    • mike

      Me too. Highest siocide rate in the country. And massive amounts of herion overdoses. I love it, keep up the good work seattle!

  • Lorindel Ó Loingsigh

    OH NOES!!!!! Chlorogenic acid poisoning from lukewarm coffee!!!!! No, seriously does he understand how idiotic he looks running around in that damned girdle? It’s like he’s running up to random people screaming “FITEME 1v1!!!!!!1111”. Certainly worthy of being hauled up the hill to Harborview for involuntary MH eval.

    • Ghenghis McCann

      ‘No, seriously does he understand how idiotic he looks running around in that damned girdle?’
      I’ve just had a flashback to certain parts of William Shatner’s acting career.

  • Bright Bart

    “I’m going to work, where they have more coffee” hahaha jumping jesus on a pogo stick that was funny. I like you Stuart, you’re not like the others, here in the trailer park.

  • Bright Bart

    Also I poured coke on a bully when I was fifteen cuz fuck that guy. Yeah you Eric!

  • VandeGraf

    Alex once bent over and swore he could see the Centaurians entering and leaving.

  • Rodney Anonymous

    Honestly, I just read a lot. Oh, and I majored in Political Science.

  • Moar Wordz

    I feel bad for Alex Jones bcse I think he’s really DISTURBED and should go on meds.
    Not bcse he’s an @hole. Bcse he is batshit crazy. I think the helplessness and powerlessness he feels causes him to spew all that shite abt. Aliens, etc.

  • ThisBearMaulsFascists

    Dead Milkmen, indeed. Always had Jonesy figured for a right-wing pigeon from outer space.

  • Marisawdunbar

    Studio96g

    Google is paying 97$ per hour! work for few hours and have longer with friends & family!
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  • Permit-holder Ron

    Someone throwing coffee on Alex Jones, someone punching Richard Spencer… I sense the beginning of a Nice Times compilation video.

  • Boscoe

    Staged.

  • Cornelius Fussbudget

    Frogs have been known for some time to exhibit problems with sexual development caused by pesticides (notably Atrazine). Here’s an article from 2001, proving that Jones didn’t make that part up himself. Kinda like contrails: they’re a real phenomenon, the crazy part is the government conspiracy purported to be behind it.

    http://www.pnas.org/content/99/8/5476.short

  • justjoseph

    I’m thinking Chris Farley.
    Same body language, posture, rant, idiocy, loser-ness

    • ahughes798

      Or a ‘roid rage.

  • GRH
  • whitroth

    Wait, wait – landing strips for gay Martians? Where? I want to get on one going back to Mars, and *OUT* of this nuthouse….

  • harryeagar

    Definition of lack of self-awareness is Alex Jones critiquing other people’s appearanace.

    • mike

      Come on, that asshole that threw the coffee hatdly looks human. Its got no neck.

  • javadavis

    Has anyone mentioned Network, yet? The movie, with the deranged anchor.
    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0074958/

  • M.E. Lawrence

    I’d suggest following up the coffee with a bottle of something (bad soda, perhaps–no sense in wasting booze on such a poor excuse for a human being).

  • The Truth

    Liberals always end up shooting themselves in the foot because they can’t stop from being violent. Yes, Alex Jones is pretty much nuts, but physically assaulting him is nuts also.

  • Ντουρούτι

    There is this brilliant conspiracy theory out there which claims that Alex Jones is Bill Hicks who of course just false flared his death, without any sense of irony Jones finds that particular theory ridiculous and created to undermine the validity of his unbeatable arguments. Very rational guy, I would love to have him round for a coffee and hear more about the Muslim-Antifa celebrating the October Revolution. He is being so offensive to the families of the dead (as he -in)famously did with the Sandy Hook ones) it’s disturbing. And on top of everything, your president retweets him regularly! He has been on his show while on the campaign trail.

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