Faggotry off the rails (literally).

This Twitter dude doth protest too much.


The Los Angeles MTA’s Twitter feed is very useful to commuters because it is a tool that allows the transportation system to broadcast outages, delays, train and track breakdowns, etc., to the public.


On some of the MTA’s rails here, this happens more often than not.  Occasionally people use it to ask for assistance or to request police response to unruly and dangerous passengers.


Twitter user, “Stu S,” one of the legions of L.A.’s libtard shamer cultists, used the MTA Twit feed to complain about a passenger who presented no physical danger other than his raucous manspreading and messiness.


And he left the train by the time Stu S sent this Tweet.


Oh well, Stu.  Welcome to the wonderful world of commuting on Los Angeles’s very own ghetto Blue Line.




There is no male, at least one with some  modicum of self-respect, who should ever complain about manspreading or messiness in such a context (other than my weak attempts at humor in alluding to such things on this blog).


That is faggotry at its most elemental level.







  • Wiless

    I would have thought he mighta liked the ‘manspreading’. ;)
    Bet if the guy’d been rolling a joint instead of a cig, there’d have been no complaint. ;)

  • Mark J. Goluskin

    LOL! Truly someone clueless about the Blue Line. It is the WORST of all the rail lines. It goes through every patch of Lower Slobovia in the city of angels. Now I take the Gold Line and while it’s better, there are all sorts of “humanity” on the train. I always wonder how many actually paid to be on the train. I notice that there is not much of the sheriff’s doing fare checks as there used to be. What a pussy. Couldn’t live in any other era but this sad one.

    • The Blue Line should be renamed “The Ghetto Express.” It is a vile, disgusting, unreliable line! But I use it whenever I can because driving in this town is a fate worse than smelly homeless people or groups of teenaged thugs with music blasting from their cellphones.

      • Mark J. Goluskin

        Well you are not off about how awful it is to drive around this town. I work 4 miles from home. Occasionally I get a ride to work. But what should be a 5 minute ride can turn into a 15 minute + ride. On the freeway! Most of the time I take the Gold Line. It is like taking a gold chariot compared to riding the Blue Line.