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  • Greg B

    It’s a knee jerk reaction with libs.
    The lefty altar calls them back.
    And Jan seemed to be making positive strides.
    It must be difficult for Damon when he loves some one so blinded by ideology.

  • JTC

    And yet, in their rote, reactive hate, they provide inadvertent nuggets of pride:

    “Deplorable Dicks R Us”

    Even better for my T-shirt.

    • JTC

      Reflexive not reactive dang it…totally unprovoked. Well, maybe not totally.

  • Pamela

    Jan keep sweet talking your man and you will most assuredly get really lucky tonight. He won’t be untouchable by any length of an explanation.

    • Grunt GI

      Hmmm “sweet talking” “lucky” “length” clearly you have something on your mind, eh? No doubt Jan does too.
      I think she’s going to investigate her private dick.
      Ooops, that was my inside voice again.

    • Ah, but does Damon use lubrication of some sort?

  • eclark1849

    Wow, Jan! Even the news media doesn’t believe that! And they believe everything!

  • eon

    Yes, but which Eliot is he; Robert Stack or Kevin Costner?

    The latter is not a compliment.

    clear ether

    eon

  • B Woodman

    If every man kept his dick private, there would be a lot less (illegitimate) problems (running around) in the world.

    • Old Codger

      {mode: tongue-in-cheek} Somebody oughtta bring a class action suit against the major zipper manufacturers. Too damned many of the things springing open at the most inopportune times. That IS the problem, isn’t it? Zippers that won’t stay shut? Seems a special problem among the Hollywierd crowd. There they are, married to one of the hottest women on the planet and BANG! their zipper pops open and suddenly they’re porking some slut who’d consider being called a “two bit whore” a promotion. You’d think, with all the dough they shell for clothes, they could buy a brand with a functioning zipper. Go figure. {/mode}

    • Brainless robots.

      • Old Codger

        Ah, you DO realize the Robot Anti-defamation League is gonna sue your ass for that smart remark, don’t you?

    • Solaratov

      I’ll take “Because They’re Stupid” for a thousand, Alec.

    • Roger

      I think it’s a lot like gambling addicts. They keep losing, but they are sure NEXT TIME they’ll win big. The Democrats keep promising lots of free stuff- the best health care all for free, etc.- and the sheep think that even though it’s been lies every time in the past, next time it’ll come true!

      Remember the black woman that was sure that when Obama got elected the first time, she’d be getting all kinds of great things! In his second run, she hadn’t got any of that stuff, wasn’t any better off, but she was still going to vote for him, because he was going to get her the stuff THIS TIME!

    • JTC

      Ha! They might have Kennedy’s bragging about Bush conversions, but Trump has this:

      http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/obamas-half-brother-is-backing-donald-trump/ar-BBws9Ea?li=BBnbfcL

      And there’s Don King…if you haven’t watched his introduction of the Donald at a black preacher gathering do it, there’s more truth in there than the gopes dare tell in a month, of course the media damned him right away “he said the N word!” heh….can’t link it ’cause two links in a comment gets you a “pending moderation” here at DBD, I learned!

  • JTC

    To Jan and her man, untouchable means he’s a dick.

    But Jan knows what the bitch meant; the deplorables are this:

    “(Hindu) Untouchable: a member of the lowest-caste group or a person outside the caste system. Contact with untouchables is traditionally held to defile members of higher castes”

  • Polly Cy

    Can girls be deplorables too? Can I be one? Can I huh? Can I huh? Do I hafta take a test? I’ll take a test if it means I get to be a deplorable. Where do I sign up?

    If I may be permitted? Permit me to offer for your reading pleasure,

    The Ballad of the Adorable Deplorables

    Big as Life and twice as sassy
    Can’t be ballsy so they’re brassy.

    They refuse to fit the mold
    And only do what they are told.

    They know who’s got their backs at least,
    And it sure ain’t the Hildebeast.

    Deplorable they seem to Dems
    Who just can’t stand these red-state femmes.

    Yes, DDQ gals are the best
    Clothed or flaunting naked …

    …Desire to see a competent adult in the White House for crying out loud!

    PS – Hi kids, I’m hoooome! Slightly bruised and battered, but upright. Sorta.

    • Solaratov

      OK. You pass.

    • Bill G

      I suspect that there is no list of Deplorables, only a list of Friends.
      If someone wants to become not-deplorable they need to make a noticeable gesture to become a friend.
      A large donation the the Foundation would be an excellent start for such an individual.

      • doc

        Don’t kid yourself, there is almost certainly an enemies list oo

    • Pamela

      Hey there Polly Cy

      Welcome back from wherever you were.

      What Hlidebeast and her little minions of suckup failed to comprehend is the majority of the citizenry fall into the Deplorables category. She neglected, as is her MO, to include those of her followers who have the same distaste for the groups listed in her speech.

      Good limerick BTW and true.

      • Polly Cy

        Sick list … and now facing quadruple joint replacements. If it wasn’t for bad luck I’d have no luck at all. Sigh…

        • John Greer

          Gloom, Despair, and Agony on meee…

    • PaulS

      You can identify any way you wish, That’s PC.

  • Bill G

    As JTC says, the Untouchables of India are the lowest of the low, individuals not even to become in contact with.
    That is what the Hildabeast is saying about those who deny her God-hood, and it’s what her followers believe.
    This was not a mistake on her part, it was a Call To Arms to her followers; it was red meat to the crowd.

  • PaulS

    Eon, sasquatch is piloting the various craft, otherwise they would have ended up strapped to bubbas hood.

    JTC, “17”?, seems the numbers never really add up. They usually have the total number at near population while also having a high percentage of households containing a firearm. If the total were 5 – 10 times population, it would make a little more sense. Was it ever tough to let go of a nice piece? I don’t think I could have been in the business.

    • JTC

      PaulS, “Was it ever tough to let go of a nice piece?”

      You did see the part where I said all the bestest coolest went home with me right? And I’ll never tire of touching and pondering fine pieces of workmanship and history; guns, coins, watches, and cars alike.

      But everything can become routine and there’s inherent risk. Any idea how much space 100+ shootin’ irons takes up? Four refrigerator-size safes and still some overflow. The extra garage space freed up when the two sweet old Chevy’s found new homes makes the old lady happy. And the $ you can have tied up in just a small collection of highest quality 18th/19th century US coins will take your breath away. Not to mention watches, I love vintage Rolex’s and they bring 2K-20K, but real aficionados sneer at them compared to some of the Patek Philippe’s and Breitlings; son just bought a Breitling Bentley at his Palm Beach Gardens shop for 10K from an estate that some research shows should bring 40-50…there was a time when that would have had to go home with me but not any more, there’s a lot you can do with that many dollars, even QE devalued ones.

      And there’s the morality. I almost never shot/used/enjoyed any of that stuff anymore; isn’t it incumbent upon me to have considered myself sort of a curator and pass them on to a new gen of folks to enjoy? I’m old and not very active in the estate business now so active income is reduced this year of my 62nd b-day to a couple g’s mo. in early social security (for however long that holds out hence taking it early) plus allowable income amount. And the dough from all that stuff being liquidated over the past few years let me provide private mortgages for very nice homes for all three kids which will produce 5% for 30 years for my girl when I’m gone, plus we now don’t owe anybody anything…excepting of course God and family.

      So yeah, I miss some of the stuff but still get to keep my hand in a little through my son’s activities, but not guns unfortunately; I love ’em still but it is not fun to be in that business anymore. Things change and when they do, it’s time to move on. Full cycle, I’m back to the teens of guns; my favorites and the ones with family/sentimental meaning.

      Shit, another damn book. Sorry Chris.

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