Sunday, January 18, 2015

What Is DUmmie Screen Name of This I-93 Protest Leech Living in Dad's Mansion?

A homework assignment: What is the name of this #BlackLivesMatter leech who was among those who stopped traffic on I-93 in Boston last week? We know his real name is Noah McKinney and that this leech lives in daddy's mansion as you can see in this VIDEO. His dreadlocks plus the fact that he must be as much a Trust Fund Kid as WILLIAM RIVERS PITT means he is a Trustafarian. Note that he can't answer the question from the reporter as to what kind of work he does which means he is a 28 year old bum. Oh, and he is also a veteran of the Occupy Wallstreet Movement which is ironic since his trust fund money is heavily invested in the stock market much like the equally worthless Ted Hall.

All these things add up to the fact that he MUST be a DUmmie. So what is the DUmmie screen name of this useless Bostonian?


Blogger tsiya said...

You can’t have a revolution without someone to wear the fancy hat.

7:02 PM  
Blogger Radical Redneck said...

If this is true I have only one thing to say: someone had to do it!

10:49 PM  
Anonymous wisdom willie said...

Long haired freaky people need not apply.

4:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

the pos punk at daddy's house needs a haircut and a shave .. have friends who would help him .. and then a major league A** WHIPPING ... maybe then he might be fit to live aound normal people

10:51 AM  
Anonymous troglaman said...

"Note that he can't answer the question from the reporter as to what kind of work he does which means he is a 28 year old bum." PJinc

Of course it does!!!

I'll bet his dad's a republican.

2:41 AM  
Anonymous krazy kat said...

"I'll be his dad is a republican."

You don't know Massachusetts do you troggy?

4:57 PM  
Anonymous troglaman said...

Romney...Scott Brown? I could go on. Who doesn't know Mass?

Think we're going to have a good one this Sunday, kat? I do.

12:25 AM  
Anonymous troglaman said...

And I'll bet a hundred bucks right now that the guy's dad was a republican.

12:28 AM  
Anonymous krazy kat said...

More likely the loafing son of Kennedy Democrats or (less likely) Romney Republicans. Is a white man wearing dread locks cultural appropriation?

As for the Super Bowl, no one in the family wants to watch it, it's just too sad---all those blown opportunities by the Packers, especially their special team.

I'll probably watch it anyway, rooting against both.

6:14 PM  
Anonymous krazy kat said...

Okay, New England wins in a low scoring game. Turnovers will tell.

6:33 PM  
Anonymous troglaman said...

And last year it was about Denver not showing up.

And two weeks ago about Green Bay giving it away.

Apparently neither outcome had anything to do with my beloved Hawks.

When/if the Hawks win tomorrow...think it might have something to do with them?

We'll see.

2:24 AM  
Anonymous Jerome Goolsby said...

Even tho I don't really care about either team, I would prefer a Seahawks victory. The Knights of The Keyboard are foaming at the mouth to declare Brady the greatest QB in NFL history (he isn't and won't be) and will use a Patriots win as an excuse for their hyperbole. I'm also sick and tired of the "Patriots' dynasty" BS. The Patriots dynasty (if they had one) ended a decade ago.

Seattle 27 New England 10

3:15 PM  
Anonymous krazy kat said...


Intercepted by Butler on the two!
God is not a Seahawk---yet.

Now you know how I felt. But at least the Seahawks didn't choke like my beloved Packers.

10:27 PM  
Anonymous krazy kat said...

Actually, they did choke. That was probably the worst play call in the history of the NFL.


1:40 PM  
Anonymous troglaman said...

You're right, kat. Now I know what Green Bay and Dallas and Baltimore, etc. feel like. And it wasn't the worst call in the history of the NFL little miss drama queen. Jesus. Bad, yes. The worst call in the history of the NFL? No.

The Hawks this year were thrilling. I know I'm biased. But I would challenge anyone who found them boring, unsurprising, or not in the least bit compelling. The Green Bay game was one for the ages. So was this Super Bowl. Watching Lynch run will pull you out of your chair and lift your arms into the air. No shit. We were hip to Beast-mode way before anyone else was. Skittles too. They deliver.

I have a feeling they might be back again. Write it down.

11:44 PM  
Anonymous Jerome Goolsby said...

Malcolm Butler, meet Adam Vinatieri. You are now both official members of the "We Got Screwed Out Of A Super Bowl MVP Award in favor of Tom Brady" Club.

Now, don't get me wrong - Brady is blameless in this. But at least two of those MVP trophies should have gone to someone else, in this case one for Vinatieri and the latest one to Butler. At least Brady plans to give Butler the vehicle he was given which is a class act on his part.

But now we get to hear The Knights Of The Keyboard regale us over and over about Brady being the best QB ever. Sorry but no. Good - absolutely. Best ever - not hardly.

12:59 AM  

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