Bitch, Meet Karma. She’s a Bitch Also!

You may have heard of the New York Slimes “journalists” who decided that it was in the public interest to doxx Darren Wilson and his wife, publishing their home address in their Prozi rag of a “newspaper” (which, we still contend, should be burned to the ground. With the staff inside).

Given the hysterical murderous fervor of the angry mobs that the New York Times, among others, have conjured up with their lying, slanderous and libelous “coverage”, we can’t seem to find a better example of what “reckless endangerment” means.

So somebody decided that the private details of the two “journalists” were equally “newsworthy.” Hey, what’s good for the goose and all…

Thanks to LC Radical Redneck, we learn some of the details of the inevitable results of that:

The New York Times journalist who published Darren Wilson’s home address wants police protection and has been calling the police nonstop, has learned.

Julie Bosman “keeps calling the 020th District station complaining about people harassing and threatening her,” our source told us. She’s also “complaining about numerous food deliveries being sent to her residence.”


Oh the irony, it is KILLING us!

So, you malodorous cuntface, you see just why it might not have been such a good idea for you to do what you did to officer Wilson and his family?

Although he’d be guaranteed to face a lot worse than “food deliveries” to the house that you made unsafe thanks to your disgusting behavior, should he be foolish enough to stay there after you made the place a health hazard.


Go look for it somewhere else, you disgusting whore.



  1. 1
    Orion growls and barks:

    Gosh, it’s almost like someone is going to hold her responsible for her actions…In OBAMA’S America?! that cannot be!!


  2. 2
    dasbow growls and barks:

    And why in the world is she calling the murderous, raaaaacist, evil, gun toting, no doubt Rethuglican police to protect her? The balls on that woman!

  3. 3
    Draven32 growls and barks:

    No, quite simply, she doesn’t see it, and its ‘not the same’. She believes herself part of the protected class and not part of the common folk.

  4. 4
    angrywebmaster growls and barks:

    I believe the other idiot is in Louisiana. Perhaps he should beware hungry alligators?

  5. 5
    LC ShadowFox growls and barks:

    Many thanks Emperor! It’s Monday and thanks to global cooling warming goring -18 out with a -37 windchill and I still get to start the day with a smile! :em01:

  6. 6
    VAconservative growls and barks:


  7. 7
    Mark growls and barks:

    I can hear the howls now if someone had given up home addresses for the Slimes reporters or some of our more illustrious Congress Cretins.

  8. 8
    LC Grammar Czar, G.L.O.R. growls and barks:

    Personally, I hope that she has to move. Wilson had to move once already, and will very likely have to again. I have ZERO sympathy for either of the “reporters.”

  9. 9
    LC ShadowFox growls and barks:

    For a second when I was reading the linked article I almost thought that Chuckles was the one who broke it. But that would require an ounce of integrity and impartiality on his part.

  10. 10
    Retired Spook growls and barks:

    At ease, now!

    I have a grand-daughter named Karma (what can I say, her mom’s a hippy, and her dad’s a doper) who is my best hunting buddy, and a totally unreconstructed redneck. How many 14YO girls can field-dress their own deer?

    Whenever someone says “Karma’s a bitch,” she replies “I am not! I’m just a little cranky sometimes!”

  11. 11
    BITOA growls and barks:

    Excellent. One small step for retribution. One giant leap in strategies going forward.
    Now she needs to demand the NYT pay for her security. Piece of change, no?!

  12. 12
    LC Mike in Chi growls and barks:

    BITOA says:

    …One giant leap in strategies going forward. Now she needs to demand the NYT pay for her security.

    More strategies with this little gem that’s beggin’ an Imperial Fiskin’,

    Constitutional Convention Gathers Some Steam
    Although it’s still not likely to be successful, the effort is more serious than before: Already, more than two dozen states have called for a convention. There are two ways to change or amend the founding document(snip)… an adjustment to win approval from two-thirds of the Congress and then be ratified by three-quarters of the states. There have been 27 amendments adopted this way; The second procedure is separate from Congress. It requires two-thirds of the states, or 34, to call for a convention.

    They foolishly forget a third at their own peril. You know, when we get down to the last few boxes of procedure and vote with our feet instead of a ballot system.

    One citizen comments,

    Christopher Gadsden

    If they can’t follow the one they swear an oath to, how could a new one be any better? I am promoting a Constitutional amendment that states any lawmaker that proffers a bill, votes for, or signs an unconsititutional law as determined by a jury of non-political citizens shall be guilty of a capital crime with minimum punishment standard of execution. Now what was that you swore to again?

    And barracks the ungrateful reprehensible Reps until said LIMITED term is completed.
    The dirty little secret is, they know current tech can easily eliminate most of the bureaucratic leaches; from ALL of their ‘Uncle Sammy’s Gravy Train’™ popular social engineering projects.

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    LC Mike in Chi growls and barks:

    Oops, forgot stupid link to Bloomberg article.