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The Bubble Genius Bob & Chez Show 5/26/15

Bob and Chez
Written by Bob and Chez

RELM_buttonHack-Fraud Journalism: Chuck C. Johnson Banned from Twitter; Good Guy Charles Johnson from Joins Us in Studio; Duggar Update; Josh Duggar's Incest Joke; Jim Bob Duggar's Views on Rape and Incest; Bionic Dan Bidondi's Bionic Italian Deli; New Candidates Entering the GOP Clown Car; Who is Martin O'Malley; Mike Huckabee Redefines Judicial Review; and much more. Brought to you by Bubble Genius, the Amazon Link and The Bowen Law Group.


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  • Brookmyre

    Bionic Dan was brilliant Bob. The cuts as he drifts off topic was a fantastic use of editing for comedic effect!

  • Victor the Crab

    I like a tall glass with a third of Captain Morgan Black Spiced Rum in it and filled with A&W Diet Root Beer for my free drink, Bob. Unless that Breitbart douche tries and sues you, in which case, never mind. 😉

    • Coming right up!

      • Victor the Crab

        If you can find any CMBSR in Hawaii, then have one on me for your next After Party podcast, Bob. One of those at the start will really get it going for ya! Get Chez to go along with it and it will be twice the fun. 😀

        HINT: Make sure you keep the rum chilling in your freezer for awhile before using it as it helps make it taste even better.

  • muselet

    Back in the Paleolithic, one of my college friends developed what I later realized was toxic shock syndrome. They had to use a water blanket to keep her body temperature under some kind of control (she said that was the most uncomfortable part of the whole episode, worse even than the fever). It would be easy to hate someone who thinks TSS is something to giggle about, but Chuck C. Johnson isn’t worth the energy.

    “I’ve been told that I have high IQ and low empathy.” I love that: he’s been told. I’m not a psychologist, but I doubt he’s autistic—I doubt he’s actually anywhere on the spectrum—he’s just a sadistic little creep with zero self-awareness. If he didn’t have the internet as a playground, he’d be pulling the wings off flies. (Chez, you’re right, that is a classic combination in sociopathy.)

    Dan Savage on today’s Savage Lovecast had a long, impassioned and remarkably humane rant on the subject of the Duggar family. He comes right out and says he loathes Josh Duggar, his parents and what the parents have done to their kids, but reminds everyone that it’s not appropriate to take pleasure in this story because, as he said, “Little girls were molested, little girls were abused and then failed by the people in their lives who were supposed to protect them and look out for them, their own parents, their own faith leaders. That’s nothing to celebrate.”

    That prominent Righties are trying to downplay what Josh Duggar did is hardly surprising. Appalling (“an innocent mistake”?), but not surprising.

    As ever, you guys make me glad I don’t use social media.

    Bob, great advert, but do you really think Dan Bidondi could manage to utter a word like “delicatessen” without choking on his own tongue?

    Chez, I’m with you: I’d eat there until the Health Department shut the place down.

    Seagull, crow and dove: the poor man’s turducken.

    Rick Santorum and George Pataki are climbing into the clown car this week. Oh, joy.

    “Doctor Ben ‘Sandman’ Carson.” Perfect.

    Bob, you have to remember these are the same people who insist county sheriffs, not the courts, are the highest constitutional authorities in the country. It doesn’t surprise me at all that they’d openly advocate for nullification, even though it didn’t work out all that well for their ancestors the last time. I never thought I’d see a major political party arguing that Marbury v. Madison was judicial activism (or “judicial tyranny,” to use the current term of idiot outrage).

    I have no idea just how delusional Mike Huckabee is—I suspect the answer is “very”—but he may see himself, metaphorically, as being like part of the first wave over the top in WWI: he may get cut down, but he will have fallen on the barbed wire, giving those who follow a path to the enemy line. Then again, he may know full well he’s never going to be President and he’s building up Righty bonus points (and gathering Righty email addresses) for his next “Biblical Cure For Diabetes” scam.

    As ever, you guys make me glad I don’t have cable: I get to avoid Mark Halperin and Joe Scarborough.


  • this_one_guy

    I’ll never get over the fact that with all the mush mouth word play Dan Bidondi gets out, he somehow managed to enunciate the words Bubble Genius Bob and Chez Show like a scholar.

  • HilaryB

    This show is the only reason why I like Tuesdays and Thursdays.