Gary Johnson: For Those that Like Derp with Their Twerp

October 2, 2016

Sounds harsh, but not as harsh as Bill Maher was here at 3:40. Given his gaffes this week, Johnson might be President some day, but not before the earth is swallowed by an expanding sun.
What’s funny for me is that often Libertarians consider themselves intellectually superior to mere mortals.





17 Responses to “Gary Johnson: For Those that Like Derp with Their Twerp”

  1. vierotchka Says:

    “…often Libertarians consider themselves intellectually superior to mere mortals.” – That is exactly what most psychopaths do.

  2. mbrysonb Says:

    Well, I’d lean more towards comparing them to sociopaths. But in Johnson’s case, it’s clearly compounded by being a honest-to-dog, complete fool…

    • dumboldguy Says:

      Yes, I’d agree that it’s a step too far to start talking about Johnson being a psychopath. F**King idiot, honest-to-dog complete fool, and as someone said on another Crock post “dumber than a bag of hammers” are quite adequate for categorizing Johnson, and calling libertarians sociopaths may be a bit extreme as well.

      Potty mouth Vierotchka returns to Crock and would now have us believe she’s an expert on mental disorders, and proves it by linking us to another of her superficial “pop” sites just because she liked the title of the piece when she googled.

      She should instead go to some sites that are a bit more serious and look into the meaning of narcissism, sociopathy, and psychopathy. Perhaps she would then not use the word “exactly” with such assurance. Look at the Hare Checklist and the PPI, my not-so-sweet DOL, and then come back NOT with some foolishness about Johnson and libertarians, but the REAL story of this election—–that we have a severely narcissistic Donald Trump running, and his NPD is serious enough that it runs into the psychopathological end of the spectrum.

      PS PPI and NPD are real acronyms, not like those dumb potty-mouthed things you posted on the other thread. FYI one does not simply take the first letters of some dumb-ass thing THEY made up and create an acronym—-acronyms come into usage when large numbers of people agree that a commonly accepted and used set of words can be shortened for efficiency. BYOB = Bring Your Own Bottle, etc.

      • vierotchka Says:

        I have been reading Robert Hare and many other experts on the subject of psychopathy and sociopathy for many years. One thing is certain, you do have a Antisocial Personality Disorder, as you regularly display in your posts.

        • dumboldguy Says:

          You say you “have been reading Robert Hare and many other experts on the subject of psychopathy and sociopathy for many years”? MANY years? LMAO! And do you have a copy of the DSM that you keep next to your bible and collection of comic books for ready reference?.

          You are a shameless BS-er, Vierotchka, and I’m going to call BS on you with your BALD ASSERTION that “One thing is certain, I do have a Antisocial Personality Disorder, as I regularly display in my posts”.

          Just as you got carried away with “exactly” in your first comment, you have again overcooked things with “certain” and “DO have” and “regularly” in this one. Not only is that a bald assertion, which is a serious logic fail, it’s just another of your thrown off dumb-ass OPINIONS. So, explain in detail EXACTLY why you say I have ASPD or go back to your knitting and stop wasting our time.

          I am also curious as to why you choose to engage in this losing battle with me rather than address the FACT that TRUMP has serious mental disorders, something that SHOULD take precedence in your mind since he is running for president and I am just a dumboldguy who finds commenting on Crock to be better anti-Alzheimer’s therapy than doing crosswords. Or is it that you like the attention and are flirting with me? You are not my type, dear, and I already have a wife that tells me what to think and how to behave 24/7, and she’s a lot more likable than you.

          • vierotchka Says:

            Such meals that you cook! Certainly your kitchen is overrun with pestilence and vermin!

          • dumboldguy Says:

            Yes, V is just playing here, and showing disrespect for all of us. Her dumbass comment comes from a dumbass “random compliment generator” humor site—it’s #129 on the lengthy list there.


            I will reply by citing #130 on that same list, which IS quite appropriate.
            #130. “Your sweet voice is like the snap of a bra strap upon a sunburnt back”.

            Since this is a science-oriented site and not a playground for dotty old ladies, I will also give V a couple of science-based “compliments” from the list.
            #146. “Your ideas are as fresh and new as an agatized stromatolite”.
            #120. “Your intelligence attains the grand summation of molecular motion at absolute zero”.

            PS I am still waiting for a response to this:
            “So, explain in detail EXACTLY why you say I have ASPD or go back to your knitting and stop wasting our time”.

          • vierotchka Says:

            I don’t knit, and your every post is glaring evidence that you have ASPD.

          • dumboldguy Says:

            Yeah, yeah, yeah—–you keep saying that, but you can’t seem to cite ONE piece of evidence to support that claim.

            Here’s what I think—-you did your usual sloppy web search on “anti-social” looking for something “clever”, found ASPD, and jumped on it as a name to call me or anyone else who “picks on” you and the other morons who occasionally show up on Crock.

            That’s the “glaring evidence” that you provide with this non-responsive mostly monosyllabic 14 word piece of gibberish. It proves yet again that you’re full of BS

            I’m done with you here, darling V. You have effectively hijacked this thread and inhibited others who may have wanted to comment. I’ll see you the next time you choose to make foolish comments on Crock, and I will be “antisocial” yet again if you do. On the other hand, if you choose to make intelligent and well supported arguments instead of spew BS, I will respond with respect.

            Your choice, but I suspect you lack self-control as much as Trump. Maybe you SHOULD take up knitting and avoid further embarrassment. (And watch out for the points on the needles).

          • vierotchka Says:

            You are a woefully corpulent prostitute and a malingering flea-infested molester of small furry animals.

          • metzomagic Says:

            You are a woefully corpulent prostitute and a malingering flea-infested molester of small furry animals.

            But, but… what about those several species of small furry animals gathered together in a cave and grooving with a pict? Who will think of them?

  3. Verily, vierotchka hath Googled up an insult generator. (Or found something else on the flamsterette site, I suppose.) How robotically predictable.

    • dumboldguy Says:

      LOL Yes, and this clip is most appropriate in that both these robots and vierotchka seem to fall on their “faces” with every first “step” they attempt.

      With the robots, that tendency may be overcome by tinkering with their programming. Our attempts to reprogram vierotchka appear to be wasted.

      As her insult generator would say, “Her intelligence attains the grand summation of molecular motion at absolute zero”.

  4. An encouraging observation from Centennial CO (Denver suburb where I’m visiting relatives):

    When I took a morning walk through a million-dollar-plus McMansion neighborhood nearby, I saw nary a Trump/Pence yard sign. (In 2012, I saw a number of Romney/Ryan signs there.)

    • Indeed. Let us hope it is not due to something like the Bradley Effect: people who might be embarrassed to show public support for Drumpf but who would end up voting for him anyway in the privacy of the voting booth.

      Perhaps, however, such a phenomenon might be offset by its reverse: people who will try to maintain their conservative street cred by publicly claiming support for Drumpf but who WON’T vote for him. (And many who might just stay home.)

      And, as disastrous as Herr Drumpf would be at president, the polls don’t look good for the Senate. Worry about one thing at a time, I guess…

    • dumboldguy Says:

      I suspect those living in the million-dollar-plus McMansions in Centennial are mostly Republicans but do not fit the demographic of the typical Trump supporter and would likely be embarrassed to have a “Drumpf” sign in their yard since he is not really a Republican and is such a complete PIG of a human being.

      I share Kendal’s concern that they may go into the voting booth and let their Hillary Hate overwhelm them, though, but I don’t think many who are proclaiming their support for Trump are likely to NOT vote for him. I am afraid this election is not going to be over until the wee hours, if then, and we are going to lose a lot of sleep along the way.

      My neighborhood is one of $300+K 3 and 4 bedroom houses built in the ’70’s, and we don’t have many signs supporting anyone this time. In 2012 it was pretty much 50-50 between the two parties, with perhaps a slight edge for Obama.

      I think Clinton supporters in my area are waiting until the last minute to put out yard signs—-I am. Keeping in mind that NO VA is still confederate battle flag country, that may be a wise move. To wit. I have four items on the back of my van. A USMC seal, an “I’m With Hillary” bumper sticker, a slightly smaller “Corporations Are Not People” anti-Citizens United sticker, and a bumper sticker that is half red-half blue, and says “Seeing Red? Vote Blue” on the two halves. While we were at dinner at a local restaurant 3 weeks ago, one of the local Trumpish cretins took offense at my politics while walking by my parked van, and twisted the wiper blade on the rear window into a pretzel—-took me 10+ minutes with pliers and wrenches to straighten it out. Went into the restaurant and looked at the security camera footage the next day and there he was—-he detoured 15 feet off his path over to the van to do the deed, put one foot up on the bumper, braced himself, and used both hands.

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