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(The Blaze)   Los Angeles street artist mocks Jimmy Kimmel's alligator tears, Kimmel promptly responds with the bird   ( theblaze.com) divider line
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2017-10-06 10:15:23 AM  
44 votes:
It's crocodile tears, you moron.
2017-10-06 10:13:30 AM  
28 votes:
Alligator tears because his newborn almost dies and had to be cut open? That artist, and the commenters on that page are going straight to hell.

I also wonder how much this "street artist" earns that he doesn't have to rely on public assistance.
2017-10-06 10:35:47 AM  
27 votes:
Is it really left-wing to give a shiat about your own son's ability to purchase his own health insurance when he gets older? Damn, you guys are gonna make me join the Communist Party soon if you keep this up.
2017-10-06 10:48:43 AM  
25 votes:
The Blaze: Because crying about a dead child is disparaged as "alligator tears," but crying about defending Trump's Nazi sympathy is described as "very emotional."

Fark you, The Blaze.
2017-10-06 12:04:02 PM  
20 votes:
Kimmel's whole point in the healthcare issue was that his son would be fine becauase he's rich, but most people can't afford the medical bills he can pay. He realized how terrifying it would be to have a child who needed that kind of care and be facing certain financial ruin.

So fark you street artist guy.
2017-10-06 10:41:57 AM  
18 votes:
And if any outlet would know anything about "alligator" tears, it'd be Glenn Beck's.
2017-10-06 11:58:27 AM  
17 votes:
"USING ART AND SATIRE, I SUCCESSFULLY DENIED JIMMY KIMMEL THE USE OF HIS ALLIGATOR TEARS TO HELP PUSH DEMOCRAT POLICIES ON LATE NIGHT TV."

The "artist" reads like an edgy weirdo with delusions of grandeur. Kimmel delivered a message that reached international ears and ressonated with people, he just made a few memes mocking him for crying and questioning his sexuality.
Basically the artistic equivalent of shouting "Gay" at someone and then trying to high five the crowd that is staring at you awkwardly.
2017-10-06 11:05:37 AM  
17 votes:
Good for Kimmel. Fark these people.
2017-10-06 01:06:43 PM  
13 votes:
Turning the TV channel is censorship.

Closing a browser window is censorship.

Walking away from the guy ranting on the streetcorner is censorship.

If you don't "Smart" this post, it's censorship.
2017-10-06 12:57:18 PM  
13 votes:
"Estrogen Hour"

HAHA I get it! Because crying makes you a woman and women are weak therefore Jimmy's  a weak woman because he cried! So deep and edgy!

Conservative "humor" ladies and gentlemen.
2017-10-06 12:42:10 PM  
13 votes:
OK, so I guess we can add "having human emotions" to the list of things that have a liberal bias.
2017-10-06 12:26:25 PM  
13 votes:

Warrior Kermit: FormlessOne: And for those who may have never heard of this "right-wing street artist," well, here you go. He's the Milo of graffiti - yet another pandering whore that's happy to push out foolish memes in return for money from the right. He's

The fun part is realizing that this guy was also one of the folks who pushed the whole "The Deplorables" theme. It'd be interesting to find out who's been paying this guy, especially with the recent revelations of the deliberate courting and manipulation of neo-Nazis and white supremacists by Bannon, Milo, and others. If the UnsavoryAgents site is anything by which to go, it looks like Milo was probably writing him more than a couple of checks...

On the bright side, his site's hosted by GoDaddy, so you may want to take a quick sec to report the hate speech, racial epithets, disturbing images, and illustrations of criminal activity.

so shut down art you don't like or agree with, isn't that a very right-wing response?  I don't agree with his viewpoint but he has the right to make it and not be shut down because of it.


Who's shutting him down?  He's being mocked by the fully loaded and operational Internet.

He's using his Free Speech rights and we're using ours to mock and ridicule him.  What's wrong with that?

If the idiot is shamed into stopping, so farking what? There's nothing stopping you from carrying his torch.
2017-10-06 12:25:20 PM  
11 votes:
Anything with a qualifier in front of it is telling you that it's inferior to the real thing.

Examples:  Fat-free mayonnaise, sugar-free cola, alcohol-free beer, conservative comedy, right-wing artist.
2017-10-06 11:00:14 AM  
11 votes:
And for those who may have never heard of this "right-wing street artist," well, here you go. He's the Milo of graffiti - yet another pandering whore that's happy to push out foolish memes in return for money from the right. He's

The fun part is realizing that this guy was also one of the folks who pushed the whole "The Deplorables" theme. It'd be interesting to find out who's been paying this guy, especially with the recent revelations of the deliberate courting and manipulation of neo-Nazis and white supremacists by Bannon, Milo, and others. If the UnsavoryAgents site is anything by which to go, it looks like Milo was probably writing him more than a couple of checks...

On the bright side, his site's hosted by GoDaddy, so you may want to take a quick sec to report the hate speech, racial epithets, disturbing images, and illustrations of criminal activity.
2017-10-06 01:00:03 PM  
10 votes:

bhcompy: cameroncrazy1984: bhcompy: mrsleep: bhcompy: Warrior Kermit: so shut down art you don't like or agree with, isn't that a very right-wing response? I don't agree with his viewpoint but he has the right to make it and not be shut down because of it.

It's a very authoritarian view, surely

And leftists are very authoritarian.

Outrage culture censorship knows no political boundaries

It's not censorship to ask a company to stop hosting a website. Learn what words mean.

the suppression or prohibition of any parts of books, films, news, etc. that are considered obscene, politically unacceptable, or a threat to security.

Demanding something to be taken down because you don't agree with it is a call to censorship


No it isn't.

Demanding the government take it down is a call to censorship.
2017-10-06 01:27:54 PM  
9 votes:
In a tweet on his account, the artist explained, "USING ART AND SATIRE, I SUCCESSFULLY DENIED JIMMY KIMMEL THE USE OF HIS ALLIGATOR TEARS TO HELP PUSH DEMOCRAT POLICIES ON LATE NIGHT TV."

And here is why I have no farking time for conservatives anymore. Apparently "giving a damn about people who aren't me" is seen as taking a partisan stance. I can't think of a single conservative policy issue that isn't designed to overtly and gleefully f&%k over the largest number of powerless people possible. The entire ethos is morally repugnant to me and I have no respect for its adherents.
2017-10-06 12:54:12 PM  
9 votes:

Warrior Kermit: FormlessOne: And for those who may have never heard of this "right-wing street artist," well, here you go. He's the Milo of graffiti - yet another pandering whore that's happy to push out foolish memes in return for money from the right. He's

The fun part is realizing that this guy was also one of the folks who pushed the whole "The Deplorables" theme. It'd be interesting to find out who's been paying this guy, especially with the recent revelations of the deliberate courting and manipulation of neo-Nazis and white supremacists by Bannon, Milo, and others. If the UnsavoryAgents site is anything by which to go, it looks like Milo was probably writing him more than a couple of checks...

On the bright side, his site's hosted by GoDaddy, so you may want to take a quick sec to report the hate speech, racial epithets, disturbing images, and illustrations of criminal activity.

so shut down art you don't like or agree with, isn't that a very right-wing response?  I don't agree with his viewpoint but he has the right to make it and not be shut down because of it.


He's welcome to host his own website with his own money.  This isn't "shutting down art you don't like", it's "reporting a violation of the TOS".  Please don't be dense under the guise of being a True Defender of Freeze Peach.  It smacks of insincerity.

/but you already knew that before you posted
2017-10-06 12:52:14 PM  
9 votes:

bhcompy: mrsleep: bhcompy: Warrior Kermit: so shut down art you don't like or agree with, isn't that a very right-wing response? I don't agree with his viewpoint but he has the right to make it and not be shut down because of it.

It's a very authoritarian view, surely

And leftists are very authoritarian.

Outrage culture censorship knows no political boundaries


It's not censorship to ask a company to stop hosting a website. Learn what words mean.
2017-10-06 12:48:38 PM  
8 votes:
WAHHHHH THE DEMS!!!!! LIBS!!!!! For a group that loves to tease opposing views by accusing them of being soft and childishly naive, they sure do love to act like childish pussies. It's pretty much the only card they play.

Maybe I'd take them more seriously if they didn't have the same response to every argument, which rarely has anything to do with the actual argument.
2017-10-06 12:15:25 PM  
8 votes:
Silly libs.  Men aren't allowed to show emotion.

Except for anger, which is allowed and encouraged.  Because it's manly.
2017-10-06 12:05:36 PM  
8 votes:
Glenn Beck Crying Compilation
Youtube DmXjxgy6MUo
2017-10-06 12:04:56 PM  
8 votes:
"Man, that Jimmy Kimmel really put out a powerful statement last night."

--"You know something, you're right. Let's go sh*t on it."
2017-10-06 04:56:38 PM  
6 votes:
Farking amazing - no matter how stupid, craven, bigoted, or just plain evil the action, there's always some kiss-ass right-wing apologist on Fark ready to defend the besmirched honor of another right-wing asshole.

And, again, this has been part of the whole "alt-right" strategy - it's why so many sites are drowning in alt-right bullshiat, blasted by everyone from 4chan farkwits to Russian bots. Sheer noise, meant to keep people on the defensive and distracted while the sponsors of these farkwits and bots exercise their agenda.
2017-10-06 01:48:59 PM  
6 votes:
This guy's art looks like something from a start-up advertising firm run by an affluent suburban white teenager.
2017-10-06 12:06:06 PM  
6 votes:

FormlessOne: And for those who may have never heard of this "right-wing street artist," well, here you go. He's the Milo of graffiti - yet another pandering whore that's happy to push out foolish memes in return for money from the right. He's

The fun part is realizing that this guy was also one of the folks who pushed the whole "The Deplorables" theme. It'd be interesting to find out who's been paying this guy, especially with the recent revelations of the deliberate courting and manipulation of neo-Nazis and white supremacists by Bannon, Milo, and others. If the UnsavoryAgents site is anything by which to go, it looks like Milo was probably writing him more than a couple of checks...

On the bright side, his site's hosted by GoDaddy, so you may want to take a quick sec to report the hate speech, racial epithets, disturbing images, and illustrations of criminal activity.


so shut down art you don't like or agree with, isn't that a very right-wing response?  I don't agree with his viewpoint but he has the right to make it and not be shut down because of it.
2017-10-06 06:21:22 PM  
5 votes:
So now to be a street artist you only need beginner photoshop skills and edge-lord content? There's nothing artistic or even marginally thought-provoking about this sort of crap, or anything else posted on his website. He's just installing a Fwd: Fwd: Fwd: email from your racist uncle in public spaces.
2017-10-06 02:12:55 PM  
5 votes:

docilej: Remember "The Man Show "? ...where Kimmel drank beer and ogled women on trampolines? ...ahh, good times.


Remember when Donald Trump was just a loudmouthed jackhole posing on a wrasslin' show? Better times.
2017-10-06 01:36:41 PM  
5 votes:

xalres: In a tweet on his account, the artist explained, "USING ART AND SATIRE, I SUCCESSFULLY DENIED JIMMY KIMMEL THE USE OF HIS ALLIGATOR TEARS TO HELP PUSH DEMOCRAT POLICIES ON LATE NIGHT TV."

And here is why I have no farking time for conservatives anymore. Apparently "giving a damn about people who aren't me" is seen as taking a partisan stance. I can't think of a single conservative policy issue that isn't designed to overtly and gleefully f&%k over the largest number of powerless people possible. The entire ethos is morally repugnant to me and I have no respect for its adherents.


In the wake of the Las Vegas slaughter, I saw a lot of conservatives accusing others of pushing the "liberal agenda." Apparently that dastardly agenda is to reduce the possibility that you'll randomly be gunned down by a madman. I know, truly insidious.

And for some reason conservatives don't understand why I can't take them seriously.
2017-10-06 01:04:04 PM  
5 votes:

bhcompy: cameroncrazy1984: bhcompy: mrsleep: bhcompy: Warrior Kermit: so shut down art you don't like or agree with, isn't that a very right-wing response? I don't agree with his viewpoint but he has the right to make it and not be shut down because of it.

It's a very authoritarian view, surely

And leftists are very authoritarian.

Outrage culture censorship knows no political boundaries

It's not censorship to ask a company to stop hosting a website. Learn what words mean.

the suppression or prohibition of any parts of books, films, news, etc. that are considered obscene, politically unacceptable, or a threat to security.

Demanding something to be taken down because you don't agree with it is a call to censorship


So, you're suggesting that a hosting provider does not get to decide what it allows to be on it's own servers?  That they are absolutely required to host anything and everything that anyone uploads because to do otherwise would be censorship?
2017-10-06 11:58:57 AM  
5 votes:

Jingle Strangle: [img.fark.net image 500x281]


GAH!
2017-10-06 03:12:15 PM  
4 votes:

drivingsouth: fark Kimmel. What, everything has to be about politics? Make me laugh, monkey boy


img.fark.net
2017-10-06 01:57:10 PM  
4 votes:

docilej: Remember "The Man Show "? ...where Kimmel drank beer and ogled women on trampolines? ...ahh, good times.


Yes.  And that has some bearing on TFA how?
2017-10-06 04:46:28 PM  
3 votes:

Warrior Kermit: FormlessOne: And for those who may have never heard of this "right-wing street artist," well, here you go. He's the Milo of graffiti - yet another pandering whore that's happy to push out foolish memes in return for money from the right. He's

The fun part is realizing that this guy was also one of the folks who pushed the whole "The Deplorables" theme. It'd be interesting to find out who's been paying this guy, especially with the recent revelations of the deliberate courting and manipulation of neo-Nazis and white supremacists by Bannon, Milo, and others. If the UnsavoryAgents site is anything by which to go, it looks like Milo was probably writing him more than a couple of checks...

On the bright side, his site's hosted by GoDaddy, so you may want to take a quick sec to report the hate speech, racial epithets, disturbing images, and illustrations of criminal activity.

so shut down art you don't like or agree with, isn't that a very right-wing response?  I don't agree with his viewpoint but he has the right to make it and not be shut down because of it.


Yeah. Except depictions of criminal activity violate GoDaddy's ToS. As does hate speech.

See, that's the thing. He's not "creating art", he's being paid by right-wing assholes to vandalize buses and buildings. He's not putting that shiat up with the permission of the property owners, and he's being paid to commit that crime by people too goddamned cowardly to do it themselves - they would rather let the "street artist" enjoy the attention, then whistle & walk away when he's shiatcanned.
2017-10-06 04:32:17 PM  
3 votes:

fuhfuhfuh: If GoDaddy gave enough of a crap about the strict adherence to their TOS, the site would have already been taken down.


That's not how most hosting providers work, and it's definitely not how GoDaddy's hosting services work.

I worked as part of their hosting team a few years ago, and the only kind of regular monitoring they do of hosting content is a standard virus/malware scan of shiat that gets uploaded, and a quick-and-dirty ls/dir of any hosting acct that has exceeded its allotted space or is sucking up CPU cycles.  That's it.  If this guy's site isn't larger than his hosting plan allows, isn't hosting virus or malware files, and isn't taxing server resources, GoDaddy doesn't know what's up on the site until such time as someone tells them via reporting TOS violations or law enforcement showing up with subpoena.
2017-10-06 01:18:03 PM  
3 votes:
Caring about things makes him a girl, and estrogen is involved!

The right wing at their most clever, folks.
2017-10-06 01:08:27 PM  
3 votes:

Warrior Kermit: FormlessOne: And for those who may have never heard of this "right-wing street artist," well, here you go. He's the Milo of graffiti - yet another pandering whore that's happy to push out foolish memes in return for money from the right. He's

The fun part is realizing that this guy was also one of the folks who pushed the whole "The Deplorables" theme. It'd be interesting to find out who's been paying this guy, especially with the recent revelations of the deliberate courting and manipulation of neo-Nazis and white supremacists by Bannon, Milo, and others. If the UnsavoryAgents site is anything by which to go, it looks like Milo was probably writing him more than a couple of checks...

On the bright side, his site's hosted by GoDaddy, so you may want to take a quick sec to report the hate speech, racial epithets, disturbing images, and illustrations of criminal activity.

so shut down art you don't like or agree with, isn't that a very right-wing response?  I don't agree with his viewpoint but he has the right to make it and not be shut down because of it.


JFC, do we have to devote yet another thread about free speech and the 1st Amendment?
2017-10-06 01:03:15 PM  
3 votes:
I have to imagine that when presented to Mr. Kimmel, this information made him blink twice, stare blankly for a couple of seconds, then ask everybody in the room who wants cheese-steak for lunch.
2017-10-06 01:02:11 PM  
3 votes:

Warrior Kermit: FormlessOne: And for those who may have never heard of this "right-wing street artist," well, here you go. He's the Milo of graffiti - yet another pandering whore that's happy to push out foolish memes in return for money from the right. He's

The fun part is realizing that this guy was also one of the folks who pushed the whole "The Deplorables" theme. It'd be interesting to find out who's been paying this guy, especially with the recent revelations of the deliberate courting and manipulation of neo-Nazis and white supremacists by Bannon, Milo, and others. If the UnsavoryAgents site is anything by which to go, it looks like Milo was probably writing him more than a couple of checks...

On the bright side, his site's hosted by GoDaddy, so you may want to take a quick sec to report the hate speech, racial epithets, disturbing images, and illustrations of criminal activity.

so shut down art you don't like or agree with, isn't that a very right-wing response?  I don't agree with his viewpoint but he has the right to make it and not be shut down by the government because of it.


Fix'd. Anything else is freedom of expression and the free market at work.
2017-10-06 12:34:33 PM  
3 votes:

PickleBarrel: Warrior Kermit: FormlessOne: And for those who may have never heard of this "right-wing street artist," well, here you go. He's the Milo of graffiti - yet another pandering whore that's happy to push out foolish memes in return for money from the right. He's

The fun part is realizing that this guy was also one of the folks who pushed the whole "The Deplorables" theme. It'd be interesting to find out who's been paying this guy, especially with the recent revelations of the deliberate courting and manipulation of neo-Nazis and white supremacists by Bannon, Milo, and others. If the UnsavoryAgents site is anything by which to go, it looks like Milo was probably writing him more than a couple of checks...

On the bright side, his site's hosted by GoDaddy, so you may want to take a quick sec to report the hate speech, racial epithets, disturbing images, and illustrations of criminal activity.

so shut down art you don't like or agree with, isn't that a very right-wing response?  I don't agree with his viewpoint but he has the right to make it and not be shut down because of it.

Who's shutting him down?  He's being mocked by the fully loaded and operational Internet.

He's using his Free Speech rights and we're using ours to mock and ridicule him.  What's wrong with that?

If the idiot is shamed into stopping, so farking what? There's nothing stopping you from carrying his torch.


The point is that if artist guy is shamed into stopping his attempts to shame Kiemmel then the persons shaming him for shaming Kiemmel are like, total Nazis.
And this is bad for reasons and also maybe Fascism and muh freespeech.
2017-10-06 05:30:05 PM  
2 votes:
His "art" sucks.
2017-10-06 04:47:10 PM  
2 votes:

Teufelaffe: fuhfuhfuh: If GoDaddy gave enough of a crap about the strict adherence to their TOS, the site would have already been taken down.

That's not how most hosting providers work, and it's definitely not how GoDaddy's hosting services work.

I worked as part of their hosting team a few years ago, and the only kind of regular monitoring they do of hosting content is a standard virus/malware scan of shiat that gets uploaded, and a quick-and-dirty ls/dir of any hosting acct that has exceeded its allotted space or is sucking up CPU cycles.  That's it.  If this guy's site isn't larger than his hosting plan allows, isn't hosting virus or malware files, and isn't taxing server resources, GoDaddy doesn't know what's up on the site until such time as someone tells them via reporting TOS violations or law enforcement showing up with subpoena.


Thanks for typing that out so I didn't have to.

Hosting companies actively don't monitor the contents of individual sites they host, at least in part to avoid liability for said content.  But if notified of violations they do take action - again, at least in part for liability reasons.
2017-10-06 04:43:17 PM  
2 votes:

Warrior Kermit: xalres: Warrior Kermit: FormlessOne: And for those who may have never heard of this "right-wing street artist," well, here you go. He's the Milo of graffiti - yet another pandering whore that's happy to push out foolish memes in return for money from the right. He's

The fun part is realizing that this guy was also one of the folks who pushed the whole "The Deplorables" theme. It'd be interesting to find out who's been paying this guy, especially with the recent revelations of the deliberate courting and manipulation of neo-Nazis and white supremacists by Bannon, Milo, and others. If the UnsavoryAgents site is anything by which to go, it looks like Milo was probably writing him more than a couple of checks...

On the bright side, his site's hosted by GoDaddy, so you may want to take a quick sec to report the hate speech, racial epithets, disturbing images, and illustrations of criminal activity.

so shut down art you don't like or agree with, isn't that a very right-wing response?  I don't agree with his viewpoint but he has the right to make it and not be shut down by the government because of it.

Fix'd. Anything else is freedom of expression and the free market at work.

I never claimed the 1st did I? Shutting down art just because you don't like it or hurts your feelings is not wise and it is not right. Nobody is being physically harmed or prevented from going about their life by this guys art but folks on here what to stop his voice?  Tolerance is a multiway street.


First off, the guy's a piece of shiat so I don't really care what happens to his lame art. Call me a hypocrite, I could give a rat's ass. Putting up with these kind of people out of some misplaced sense of balance is what got us to this point in the first place. Second, nobody's shutting him down. He's still able to do his "art" as much as he wants.Third, what about the ads he was plastering over? Someone had to design those you know. Is he censoring their voices? How is that okay but trying to get his site nixed for TOS violations isn't?
2017-10-06 03:33:14 PM  
2 votes:

Warrior Kermit: FormlessOne: And for those who may have never heard of this "right-wing street artist," well, here you go. He's the Milo of graffiti - yet another pandering whore that's happy to push out foolish memes in return for money from the right. He's

The fun part is realizing that this guy was also one of the folks who pushed the whole "The Deplorables" theme. It'd be interesting to find out who's been paying this guy, especially with the recent revelations of the deliberate courting and manipulation of neo-Nazis and white supremacists by Bannon, Milo, and others. If the UnsavoryAgents site is anything by which to go, it looks like Milo was probably writing him more than a couple of checks...

On the bright side, his site's hosted by GoDaddy, so you may want to take a quick sec to report the hate speech, racial epithets, disturbing images, and illustrations of criminal activity.

so shut down art you don't like or agree with, isn't that a very right-wing response?  I don't agree with his viewpoint but he has the right to make it and not be shut down because of it.


No. It's calling on GoDaddy to make a value judgment. This has nothing to do with suppression of anything.
2017-10-06 01:47:56 PM  
2 votes:
I bet this guy Sabo cries himself to sleep every night because he will never be as legendary and revered as Banksy.
2017-10-06 01:37:50 PM  
2 votes:
i.pinimg.com
Cockholster jokes still okay?

/the only difference between much of conservative and liberal humor seems to be the target
2017-10-06 01:09:02 PM  
2 votes:
In a tweet on his account, the artist explained, "USING ART AND SATIRE, I SUCCESSFULLY DENIED JIMMY KIMMEL THE USE OF HIS ALLIGATOR TEARS TO HELP PUSH DEMOCRAT POLICIES ON LATE NIGHT TV."

que the "Look out we got a badass here" pic
2017-10-06 12:49:40 PM  
2 votes:

mrsleep: bhcompy: Warrior Kermit: so shut down art you don't like or agree with, isn't that a very right-wing response? I don't agree with his viewpoint but he has the right to make it and not be shut down because of it.

It's a very authoritarian view, surely

And leftists are very authoritarian.


Hey, you gonna come down off that cross any time soon?  We need the wood.
2017-10-06 12:43:06 PM  
2 votes:

mrsleep: bhcompy: Warrior Kermit: so shut down art you don't like or agree with, isn't that a very right-wing response? I don't agree with his viewpoint but he has the right to make it and not be shut down because of it.

It's a very authoritarian view, surely

And leftists are very authoritarian.


Outrage culture censorship knows no political boundaries
2017-10-06 12:18:25 PM  
2 votes:

bhcompy: Warrior Kermit: so shut down art you don't like or agree with, isn't that a very right-wing response? I don't agree with his viewpoint but he has the right to make it and not be shut down because of it.

It's a very authoritarian view, surely


And leftists are very authoritarian.
2017-10-06 12:09:35 PM  
2 votes:
Hate is really hot right now.
2017-10-06 11:23:26 AM  
2 votes:

PreMortem: I also wonder how much this "street artist" earns that he doesn't have to rely on public assistance.


He's a California street artist.  Of course he's sucking on the public's teat.
2017-10-07 09:36:29 PM  
1 vote:

Flange!: Warrior Kermit: FormlessOne: And for those who may have never heard of this "right-wing street artist," well, here you go. He's the Milo of graffiti - yet another pandering whore that's happy to push out foolish memes in return for money from the right. He's

The fun part is realizing that this guy was also one of the folks who pushed the whole "The Deplorables" theme. It'd be interesting to find out who's been paying this guy, especially with the recent revelations of the deliberate courting and manipulation of neo-Nazis and white supremacists by Bannon, Milo, and others. If the UnsavoryAgents site is anything by which to go, it looks like Milo was probably writing him more than a couple of checks...

On the bright side, his site's hosted by GoDaddy, so you may want to take a quick sec to report the hate speech, racial epithets, disturbing images, and illustrations of criminal activity.

so shut down art you don't like or agree with, isn't that a very right-wing response?  I don't agree with his viewpoint but he has the right to make it and not be shut down because of it.

in case you haven't been paying attention, shutting down free speech is what the left does. Although things like free speech zones should be an affront to all, the left chooses to make safe spaces to keep their feelings from being hurt by cold reality.


The right-wing in the US buys up media outlets and creates their own television channels just so they don't have to listen to anyone who disagrees with them.  The majority of right-wing websites with forums will quickly block anyone who disagrees with them.  The right wing has loud, public shiat-fits over people not openly and actively supporting their idea of patriotism or religion.  But, it's totally "the left" that needs "safe spaces" to avoid cold reality.

img.fark.net
2017-10-06 08:24:33 PM  
1 vote:
Looking to this guy's twitter history he is REALLY obsessed with how Kimmel has "sold out" and "fallen" from his man-show days.  I suppose that's one way to look at an entertainer who does things for a paycheck 20 years ago. Like, he drops the trampoline segment a lot in these tweets.

Or perhaps there's a sucker born every minute, this poor sap was one of them, and as his...idol?...has moved on to bigger paychecks, this "artist" (see: photoshop on 4chan) has decided to use his time and money to lash out at the icon "whose opinions don't matter" because he just realized how unfair the world is like some kind of...brittle, soft thing...as if he were some sort of...flake of...something soft...gosh I had something for this.
2017-10-06 04:52:10 PM  
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fuhfuhfuh: What was being advocated was essentially the equivalent of organizing people to spam 1-star ratings on a restaurant or book without ever actually experiencing the product.


Who do you think posted the goddamned site here? I did. I did, because I want people to see the kind of bullshiat this "street artist" is pitching - after that, I also provided a handy link for anyone not fond of hate speech, or watching a paid vandal trash shiat that isn't his for money, biatch about it to GoDaddy.

The only folks calling this guy a "street artist" are the folks paying him and the folks listening to him. He's a paid vandal, smearing shiat on things he doesn't own to tell people he doesn't know things he doesn't believe in - and those are his own words, as he had to be basically coerced into backing Trump after spending his time slamming him.

This is part of the whole line of bullshiat constructed by folks like Bannon, and Milo, and the Mercers - happy to encourage assholes to do stupid things for money, as long as they "stay clean enough," in Milo's words. He's just another schmuck happy to take a buck to be a dick. Nothing special.
2017-10-06 03:50:10 PM  
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HydroMonkey: fuhfuhfuh: Warrior Kermit: xalres: Warrior Kermit: FormlessOne: And for those who may have never heard of this "right-wing street artist," well, here you go. He's the Milo of graffiti - yet another pandering whore that's happy to push out foolish memes in return for money from the right. He's

The fun part is realizing that this guy was also one of the folks who pushed the whole "The Deplorables" theme. It'd be interesting to find out who's been paying this guy, especially with the recent revelations of the deliberate courting and manipulation of neo-Nazis and white supremacists by Bannon, Milo, and others. If the UnsavoryAgents site is anything by which to go, it looks like Milo was probably writing him more than a couple of checks...

On the bright side, his site's hosted by GoDaddy, so you may want to take a quick sec to report the hate speech, racial epithets, disturbing images, and illustrations of criminal activity.

so shut down art you don't like or agree with, isn't that a very right-wing response?  I don't agree with his viewpoint but he has the right to make it and not be shut down by the government because of it.

Fix'd. Anything else is freedom of expression and the free market at work.

I never claimed the 1st did I? Shutting down art just because you don't like it or hurts your feelings is not wise and it is not right. Nobody is being physically harmed or prevented from going about their life by this guys art but folks on here what to stop his voice?  Tolerance is a multiway street.

If GoDaddy gave enough of a crap about the strict adherence to their TOS, the site would have already been taken down. Reporting the site is just an attempt at removing a voice that is not agreed with.

That being said, taking his site down, whereas his preferred media is apparently street art, is not "shutting down his art". It may be removing one of the apparently many means by which he promotes his art, but that is not removing his ability to display and promote his ar ...


If you are truly offended by the content, then by all means report it. Using things like reporting structures as a vindictive barb is not appropriate.  Go and visit his site, look around at what he has displayed. If you are offended by it you then can write a report of EXACTLY what is offending. What was being advocated was essentially the equivalent of organizing people to spam 1-star ratings on a restaurant or book without ever actually experiencing the product.
2017-10-06 03:47:05 PM  
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drivingsouth: fark Kimmel. What, everything has to be about politics? Make me laugh, monkey boy


I've seen you post this same thing in about 3 different Kimmel threads.  Try new bait.
2017-10-06 03:33:18 PM  
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fuhfuhfuh: Warrior Kermit: xalres: Warrior Kermit: FormlessOne: And for those who may have never heard of this "right-wing street artist," well, here you go. He's the Milo of graffiti - yet another pandering whore that's happy to push out foolish memes in return for money from the right. He's

The fun part is realizing that this guy was also one of the folks who pushed the whole "The Deplorables" theme. It'd be interesting to find out who's been paying this guy, especially with the recent revelations of the deliberate courting and manipulation of neo-Nazis and white supremacists by Bannon, Milo, and others. If the UnsavoryAgents site is anything by which to go, it looks like Milo was probably writing him more than a couple of checks...

On the bright side, his site's hosted by GoDaddy, so you may want to take a quick sec to report the hate speech, racial epithets, disturbing images, and illustrations of criminal activity.

so shut down art you don't like or agree with, isn't that a very right-wing response?  I don't agree with his viewpoint but he has the right to make it and not be shut down by the government because of it.

Fix'd. Anything else is freedom of expression and the free market at work.

I never claimed the 1st did I? Shutting down art just because you don't like it or hurts your feelings is not wise and it is not right. Nobody is being physically harmed or prevented from going about their life by this guys art but folks on here what to stop his voice?  Tolerance is a multiway street.

If GoDaddy gave enough of a crap about the strict adherence to their TOS, the site would have already been taken down. Reporting the site is just an attempt at removing a voice that is not agreed with.

That being said, taking his site down, whereas his preferred media is apparently street art, is not "shutting down his art". It may be removing one of the apparently many means by which he promotes his art, but that is not removing his ability to display and promote his art.


What if they didn't know about until people, you know...REPORTED IT?
2017-10-06 02:55:25 PM  
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fark Kimmel. What, everything has to be about politics? Make me laugh, monkey boy
2017-10-06 02:50:27 PM  
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MilesTeg: When your mailman or plumber isn't available, get your political information from late night talk show hosts...especially when they are reading talking points right from the script their DNC handlers sent them.


Yeah right, I watch Fox News. Very informative, fair and just the right balance.
2017-10-06 02:19:20 PM  
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cameroncrazy1984: bhcompy: cameroncrazy1984: bhcompy: mrsleep: bhcompy: Warrior Kermit: so shut down art you don't like or agree with, isn't that a very right-wing response? I don't agree with his viewpoint but he has the right to make it and not be shut down because of it.

It's a very authoritarian view, surely

And leftists are very authoritarian.

Outrage culture censorship knows no political boundaries

It's not censorship to ask a company to stop hosting a website. Learn what words mean.

the suppression or prohibition of any parts of books, films, news, etc. that are considered obscene, politically unacceptable, or a threat to security.

Demanding something to be taken down because you don't agree with it is a call to censorship

No it isn't.

Demanding the government take it down is a call to censorship.


"Learn what words mean"
2017-10-06 02:16:41 PM  
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cameroncrazy1984: bhcompy: cameroncrazy1984: bhcompy: mrsleep: bhcompy: Warrior Kermit: so shut down art you don't like or agree with, isn't that a very right-wing response? I don't agree with his viewpoint but he has the right to make it and not be shut down because of it.

It's a very authoritarian view, surely

And leftists are very authoritarian.

Outrage culture censorship knows no political boundaries

It's not censorship to ask a company to stop hosting a website. Learn what words mean.

the suppression or prohibition of any parts of books, films, news, etc. that are considered obscene, politically unacceptable, or a threat to security.

Demanding something to be taken down because you don't agree with it is a call to censorship

No it isn't.

Demanding the government take it down is a call to censorship.


The government isn't necessary to censor something. Cable networks do it every single day and their content is not subject to the FCC.
2017-10-06 01:36:41 PM  
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cousin-merle: Farker Soze: que the "Look out we got a badass here" pic

[unsavoryagents.com image 218x371]
You mean this one from the same "artist"?


Think he pulls it to cuck porn, too?
2017-10-06 01:36:15 PM  
1 vote:
Remember "The Man Show "? ...where Kimmel drank beer and ogled women on trampolines? ...ahh, good times.
2017-10-06 12:59:21 PM  
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Jingle Strangle: [img.fark.net image 500x281]


GAAAAAAH NONONONOPE!!!

Sigh........Yeah, I'd hit it.
2017-10-06 12:30:57 PM  
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Tell Me How My Blog Tastes: Damn, you guys are gonna make me join the Communist Party soon if you keep this up.


You already have Total Fark...I think it comes included.
2017-10-06 12:30:18 PM  
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Jingle Strangle: [img.fark.net image 500x281]


Whiskey. Tango. Foxtrot. I ... is it entirely weird that I can't decide- and am trying to decipher- if the expression on her face is pained sorrow or languorous display?

Iowan73: Kimmel's whole point in the healthcare issue was that his son would be fine becauase he's rich, but most people can't afford the medical bills he can pay. He realized how terrifying it would be to have a child who needed that kind of care and be facing certain financial ruin.

So fark you street artist guy.


^^^^^ Also, this. A whole lot of this.
2017-10-06 12:10:39 PM  
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Get it?  He was The Man Show guy but he's all emotional like a womens.

NOT LIKE ME WHO COMMUNICATES IN A CLEAR, MANLY FASHION!
 
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