Day By Day

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  • Chris Muir

    I’m banned from FB, and Twatter is going that way, so you won’t find me there anymore readers. Just here or emil me at daybyday@daybydaycartoon.com! 😉

    • Pamela

      Their loss the myopic idgets. The Politburo in full action.
      May I kiss the owie and make it better…. 😉

      • Ozymandias

        Good to see you back, Pam

        • Pamela

          Thank you Ozymandias

      • Southpaw

        Sounds like you pissed off one person too many at FB, lol

        Its about time! Welcome to the Deplorables, Chris

    • Grunt GI

      HAHA,
      Sounds like a true badge of honor.

      Guess ol’ Suckerberg can’t handle alternative viewpoints, or HAWT women with alternative viewpoints.

      Too bad you don’t have a panel showing the DBD gals wearing their MAGA hats…and a smile…that would be a great send off to all those Groupthink sites.

    • Ozymandias

      I guess those sites can’t handle the truth.

    • Henry

      You can always judge a man by the quality of his enemies. — Oscar Wilde

    • NotYetInACamp

      The truth hurts.

      You hurt them.

      Good for you.

      As Oz’ said, they can’t handle the truth.

      Our truth goes marching on. …

    • Deplorable B Woodman

      I believe there’s a new FB just starting up, “GAB”, I believe it is. Check it out

      • armedandsafe

        There are two relatively new alternatives I’m on. MeWe and SEEN Life. Both are still rather small, being new, but that can grow.

      • RCPete

        Gab.ai is a twitter-killer. I don’t do social media, but Vox Day is involved, and it’s steadily growing. It’s currently in beta.

        I’ve heard about issues with the waiting list; sometimes it’s fast, sometimes forever, though I gather a member can invite you and you can get in right away.

        (Oh yeah, 300 character limit.) I’m waiting for POTUS to embrace it. That would make Trinity look like a firecracker.

        Haven’t heard Vox talk about any FB killers. Just yet. I’m already using Infogalactic instead of Wikipedia…

        • RCPete

          Vox just mentioned FB today, but they’ll have to make a go of it with Infogalactic (think Wikipedia without the SJW influence) to attract the considerable amount of capital they’ll need.

    • And I hope you know that WE are with you regardless.

    • Bill G

      Congratulations on attaining this recognition of excellence.
      For my part, I’m still working on being declared a conspiracy.

    • Polly Cy

      Only the very best people get under their skin to that extent. Congratulations! Well done!

    • eon

      The Twits are shadowbanning Scott Adams, too, CM.

      Though liberals do a great deal of talking about hearing other points of view, it sometimes shocks them to learn that there are other points of view.

      -William F. Buckley Jr., 1959.

      clear ether

      eon

    • MasterDiver

      I’d put that up as a banner above the strip. Like movies used to proudly proclaim that they had been “Banned in Boston!”

      Zar Belk!

  • Big Jim

    Well, hell, that just confirms our suspicions, Chris–you’re “Deplorable”!! LOL

  • John Ward

    Lol! Like I said… A jewel in the harness…

  • WhiteKnightLeo

    Love the historical reference – interesting that Trump is the tide but the Ninth gets to be the Viking king.

    • Brian H

      Yes, his command to the tide to retreat was a deliberate demo to court sycophants of the limits of human hubris.

      • eon

        His royal advisors kept proclaiming that his power, granted to him by God (“rule by divine right”), was infinite. One said that even the tides were at his command.

        Canute stood in the surf for half a day, risking pneumonia (remember, this was the early 11th Century and we’re talking about the North Sea here), to show his royal advisor idiots that after all, he was only human.

        Then he pretty much said that if they couldn’t wrap their heads around that concept, he’d be getting new- and more intelligent- royal advisors in real short order.

        Sounds rather Trumpian, doesn’t it?

        clear ether

        eon

      • Kafiroon

        Hmph. As I recall, there were school children singing odes of praise to Obama. Did not they and the Main Swamp Media proclaim him as the black jesus?
        I see he needs kite to try to stay above water. Must be, like usual, the sycophants are wrong.

        • eon

          I was reminded of the opening of the movie version of Graham Greene’s The Comedians about Haiti under “Papa Doc” Duvalier, with school children singing about

          “Du-val-yay;

          Fa-ther of the Na-tion;

          Pres-i-dent for Life!”

          Imagine what we’d have gotten if Hillary had won;

          “Hil-la-Ree;

          Mo-ther of the Vil-lage;

          PRE-SI-DENT FOR LIFE!!

          clear ether

          eon

  • Spin Drift

    What if we all start posting the days toon to our personal koobecaf page?

    Spin
    I wouldn’t piss on suckerberg if he was on fire. And I bet he’s a twink bottom. Sure looks like one.

  • Try mewe.com. More privacy, less policing.

    • Chris Muir

      I am on Gab, I forgot. @ChrisMuirCartoonMan

      • Grunt GI

        Chris,
        I’ve just signed up! Just to see if you can post your more “artistic” cartoons without the embittered snowflakes whining about your anatomically awesome cartoon babes.

      • Still on their waiting list. It’s worse than being on perma-hold on the phone…

      • Fred Ciampi

        I just tried to sign up on Gab. I am 464,065 on the waiting list. I suppose I will pass all the info n to my great grandchildren. Sigh. Once I’m on I will do my best to piss off The Great Zkerbunny.

  • epador

    I banned FB and Twitter years and months ago respectively.

    Perfect night to hear this.

    BTW, is there a woodshed at the DD that the Donald did some practice at before he gave his news conference tonight?

    • Chris Muir

      I thought he did that at your place, Epador.

    • Jim

      I fortunately got to hear a bit of the color commentary from Rush during that performance. Awesome.

      • S'aaruuk

        Same here. And Rush was just having a ball. He’d be cracking up at some of DT’s basic put downs…..and especially his comment about how he was having fun up there….NOT…”ranting and raving”, just telling the truth. 😀

  • chris@kafpow

    Start some dialog with Scott Adams, he is very fierce at the moment about twitter censorship and I would hope he would be willing to help a fellow cartoonist

    chris@kafpow

  • chuckR

    Canute wanted to show his courtiers that his secular power was limited. Obama was the anti_Canute – in his own mind.
    Canute wouldn’t have been fool enough to stand on the spillway – could the same be said of O?

    • Chris Muir

      Interestingly enough, this myth also has Canute displaying hubris, in other words, that he could stop the sea.Go figure.

    • Polly Cy

      And of course Caligula went to war against Poseidon as well. He wouldn’t have stood on the spillway, but he would certainly have made his army do so.

      • eon

        Gaius Julius Caesar Augustus Germanicus (to give “Little Boot” his right name) once vowed to walk dry-footed across the Bay of Naples. He did it by ordering a temporary floating bridge to be built using ships as pontoons, stretching for over two miles from the resort of Baiae to the neighboring port of Puteoli. At the time, it was the longest pontoon bridge in history.

        Caligula was certifiably batshit crazy, but he wasn’t entirely stupid. That was what made him dangerous to Rome.

        clear ether

        eon

    • PaulS

      Didn’t Uncle Fidel command a hurricane to change course?
      And who could forget The Won declaring the earth will cool and the oceans will lower, after all, we’re the wons we’ve been waiting for.

  • Deplorable B Woodman

    I think a more apt tale for the Ninth Circuit would be the one of the Tower of Babel.
    The people gathered together to build a tower to reach the Heavens itself. But God saw their works, and knew their hearts, and confused and confounded their tongues (languages), so that they could not speak intelligently to each other. The people, not being able to speak to each other, gathered their families and what few of their tribes that could be understood, and drifted away. And the Tower, not being completed, fell into ruin.
    May God thus smite the tongues of the judges of the Ninth Circuit. (ptu!)

    • The Ninth CIRCUS? A pox be upon them.

    • Pamela

      The 9th gate of hell bench sitters forgot how a tongue should be used. Licking ice cream cones or liberal asses and spouting nonsensical dribble is not it. Total waste of time, space and salaries.

  • And Sam’s attitude is perfection itself.

  • old man twosticks

    actually, canute won that one… he was proving to his people that kings are not god… that they can’t control the things that god does

  • AlphaMike

    So what egregious unforgivable thoughtcrime did the globalist pissants decide would be their little excuse to ban you from their sorry little glorified classmates.com knockoff?

    • Bill G

      Being a conservative is thoughtcrime enough. For a specific act, continuing to breathe would do.

  • Bill G

    Let’s hope a coming flood washes away everything Obola has done as well as the liberal judges and the Deep State’s entrenched bureaucrats.
    Civil Servants cannot be fired; their offices can be moved to Montana.

    • Wood

      They most certainly can be fired. Just get a handle on comms, selectively provide fake damning info, and see what comes out. Do it a few times and they should identify the guilty, then apply the bleach.

      • PaulS

        Who needs fake? That’s their MO, just shine a light on the reality of their offenses.

        Of course, here in WA, our State patrol is investigated after making a traffic stop, finding out they have a serial perp that is illegally in the country and calls ICE.
        The world is still 180 deg out, but a polar shift is a’comen.

    • AlexJ

      Why cr@p on the good folk of Montana? There are some very fine & Conservative people who live there.

      Why not Gitmo! A lovely tropical island paradise, with friendly & sympathetic neighbors.

    • eon

      Firing a civil servant for cause is possible, but takes forever. But if their jobs are simply eliminated they are automatically off the Federal payroll without actually being fired. Out the door, Do Not Pass Go, Do Not Collect $200.

      Keep in mind that the President intends to “downsize” the Federal bureaucracy, first with the hiring freeze and then by drastically cutting the size and scope of various “agencies”. Or even eliminating some entirely.

      It will be interesting to see what happens the first time the Deep State tries to intimidate him by pulling a French-style general strike. My guess is it will be PATCO Time.

      “You broke the law. Guess what? You’re fired.”

      clear ether

      eon

  • Unca Walt

    Chris,

    I do not understand the impact of Facebook and Twitter on your art. I have to assume it means you lose some broadness in exposure. That sux.

    I wonder if your crew here C&P-ing a few of your gems to many other sites would assist you?

    • Chris Muir

      It kinda works out, actually. Why put energy into a platform that progressives own when they can ban you there? That pewdipie fellow who had 53 million subscribers just got handed papers when Disney , google, and Youtube said ‘we think you’re hate speech’. I’ll stick to Gab and the ol’ website.

  • WayneM

    You know, in the past couple of years, a number of my friends reflected upon the rising “power” of the SJW, radical feminists and other assorted dysfunctionals by suggesting it might be time for another flood. I always assumed them were referred to the flood that Noah and his clan survived.

    Perhaps an Oroville flood would suffice if we could persuade the aforementioned freaks to assemble for a protest against that patriarchal homophobic misogamist Islamophobic dam. Maybe if we told them that the dam was built by white males, they would accommodate?

  • Spin Drift

    Tomorrows tune should have a theme about spanking the children for misbehaving.

    Spin
    It’s for the children.

  • DrD

    Awfully glad to see you back, Pamela.

    • Pamela

      Hey Doc

  • Captain Ned

    Can-Utility and the Coastliners. Genesis. Foxtrot. 1972

  • sigofmugmort

    Just my Half-Penny thought. Given just how many fraudulent accounts have been PROVEN to exist on FB and Twitt, Chris really has not lost any exposure to people who actually count( as opposed to those who just think they do)

    • Chris Muir

      Exactly right.It’s 9 to 11k here a day.

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