|Unretouched pic of Bully Boy Bolling
taken right off my tee vee screen
Like most bullies, Bully Boy Bolling has proven himself to be a supreme coward — and one with a thin skin to boot. The other day he tweeted at me how disinterested he was in my Chow Mein and Bolling series, but not so disinterested that he couldn’t NOT respond. See how that works?
So thrilled was I that Bully Boy Bully recognized little ol’ me, and my little ol’ blog, that I created an entire post around his tweet.
This morning Bully Boy Bolling sent out another tweet demonstrating his thin skin (which I’ll get to shortly) and that’s he’s also going to stick with his crazy, already debunked, wacky, conspiracy theory that last week’s Jobs Report was cooked. Naturally, I sought to capture his idiocy to embed it here. Low and behold, I was greeted with this message from Twitter:
following this account at
the request of the user.
Like most bullies, Bully Boy Bolling has proven he can dish it out, but he can’t take it. And that brings us to his latest nonsense.
Last night Jon Stewart and The Daily Show took on the Right Wing’s Phony Jobs Report Conspiracy Theory head on. Naturally Bully Boy Bolling was criticized for (once again) displaying his total hypocrisy. Watch:
Remember what I said above about Bully Boy Bolling having a thin skin? This morning he sent out the following:
Bully Boy Bolling can’t be so stupid as to think: 1). Sending out the link that demonstrates his idiocy beyond a shadow of a doubt is really a good idea; 2). That doubling down on a stupid conspiracy will suddenly make it less stupid; 3). Blocking me on Twitter is going to make any difference to me following, and making fun of, his bullshit.
As of this writing three of the Top Five posts on my blog for the week are from my Chow Mein and Bolling series. I’m clearly giving my readers what they want.
However, Bully Boy, thanks for playing our home game.
My Freedom of Information requests from the City of Miami are beginning to add up, not to mention all the other costs of researching systemic racism and corruption in Coconut Grove