Day By Day

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  • Grunt GI

    Hmmm. Interesting close up. Looking forward to more close ups. 🙂

    What happened to the special guest at the DDQ?

    • Deplorable B Woodman

      He had his fill, visually and gastronomically, paid his bill, left a YUUUUGE tip, and left.

  • Ol' Tanker

    Granted, the Women’s Vaginal March has made the headlines, but what’s going on back at the DDQ?

  • Spin Drift

    Those were “pussy” hats, though some of the, ahem, wimmuns should have been wearing a bag. Maybe even a double bag, you know in case one breaks.

    Spin
    Hefty, Hefty, Hefty doesn’t even begin to describe the average feminazi.

    • Deplorable B Woodman

      And yet wymyn bitch and moan like scalded cats (see what I did there?) when they complain that men “objectify” wymyn. And yet look at what they do to themselves. Knitted pink pussy hats. Vagina suits (would those count as “cunt caps”?) (ducks, runs, hides from the “slings and arrows of outrageous fortune”)

      • Calvin

        You got it. In the 60s Steinem, Abzug, and Friedan all said that they were more than their genitalia. Look what 50 years have done to the goal of political equality.

    • Yeah, Spin, where’s Marty? We used call those cunt caps or piss caps, depending on where we were, and in whose company.

      • Actually, historically, what our military referred to as “cunt caps” were the thin foldable military hats that could be tucked in under the epaulette or belt, as opposed to the common saucer hat used today. I gave my cunt cap to my nephew when I returned to the states. Today you see cunt caps on American Legion, VFW, DAV, and Amvets.and other veterans

        • pool dog

          aka “pisscutters”

  • formwiz

    Nice shot of Sam.

  • Pamela

    Chris

    Darlin, I can only surmise what Zed is doing with Sam…

    • Grunt GI

      Oh no need to surmise. That is a big smile on Sam’s face.

  • Jeanne

    More importantly for me, Shia Lebeouf is DONE. I will not spend one more minute watching any film he is featured in. I understand through internet sources that this is the 2nd recorded video wherein he shows how much of a traitor he is to the United States of America. Likewise for all the other “celebrities” who think their actions do not warrant
    consequences. I am keeping track. Believe me!

  • NotYetInACamp

    Thinking. Well. Shia is a two bagger, as many of the sisters are.

    Someone had to say it!

    (Just because I said it, imparts no editorial value. 😉 For pedagogic purposes only.)

    • Pamela

      groan~~ well at least there is no mention of tea

      • Deplorable B Woodman

        That would be a good — nay — excellent retort.
        “You should replace tat pink pussy cap with a paper bag. Maybe two of them. Maybe a tea bag. Would that make you a tea bagger?”
        Be prepared to run.

        • NotYetInACamp

          I did not run when I knocked out an anarchist/yippie when a flock of them were wilding down the street. One cut the tire on the old van of a little old Jewish shoemaker that I took my shoes to for resoling. He damaged (?) the paint. Then I told him to stop, yet again. I was by the tire / from windshield. He advanced on me with the knife. Whether he was going for the tire or me, I decked him. A dozen of his allies came up shouting at me. I said ‘Who’s next?’ There was more exchange, but, I would have hurt them all at that point if they had gotten to where I could hit them from where I stood, as that would be an attack on me. I finally told them to take the trash away and stop what they were doing. They picked up their fallen comrade and left. I went into the small storefront and told the old man what had happened. The little old guy had his IBM number from the Nazi camps on his arm, ferchrisake.
          I note the situation like that, but I have not backed down yet. Backed away after a while, but they had their chance to get hurt if they wanted it.

          • Pamela

            NYIAC

            The Lord watches out for Heroes, and sometimes Fools.
            You are not a Fool, so that makes you a Hero.
            Thank you Good Sir.

          • NotYetInACamp

            I’ll take it either way as long as the Lord is watching out.

            The Lord probably brought me sickness to keep me from even think of going to the swamp of DC for the first time for the inauguration. I also would not have been on home turf, where I like to be.

          • Thundercloud65

            Reading your post was like being there with you.

            It takes courage to face a crowd like that. It helps to knock the shit out of or otherwise humiliate the ringleader.

            There was a young man at work who was always threatening to start a riot. A friend of mine did something that angered him one morning. The fellow told him; ” All of us here are going to come in your office and kick your ass!” The people behind him started getting angry and working themselves up.

            My friend in a bored tone of voice told him;” One thing is for sure, if a bunch of you did come in here to kick my ass you’d be the last one in the door.”

            The crowd burst out laughing. One of them even said; “By God you got that right!” The young man was steaming mad but did nothing because he’d just been verbally neutered.

          • NotYetInACamp

            Thundercloud 65. Yes. that taking out ringleaders is very effective. your friend did it with words. I have other stories. I just can’t imagine how such a nice peace loving guy like myself got into so many interesting situations. I suppose that it is that so many run away. I always felt an ownership of where I live, and the people there. I would see what is going on, and how I could help. Then help, as far as I could. I’m a homey.

  • Merle

    That’s an unusual view of Sam, she looks a bit distorted……

  • Lotsa stuff gettin’ done at the White House. I guess those weren’t campaign promises, after all.

    As much as I’d like to call all those silly bimbos from last weekend ‘numbnuts’, I can’t do it without laughing.

    • I’m thinking he ain’t bullshitting. He’s going for the spine, first slice. PRESIDENT Trump has in his mind to fix this shit, and has plans on just how to do it. If he gets any shit from CONgress, it will be dealt with appropriately.

  • Ed Woods

    Well put. Good point. Something off about Sam’s look, though. The smile is too Chelsea.

  • Old Codger

    The biggest difference between Trump and previous POTUS in my lifetime – ESPECIALLY OBOZO – is that The Donald is highly competent at running a large organization. He knows when to take action personally and when to delegate. Something tells me that he and his transition team have been burning the midnight oil getting all the ducks lined up in a row. The president clearly has brainstormed this and has a detailed action plan. His dad gave him some seed money (a couple of $million) but HE is the one who turned those millions into $BILLIONS! Not just anybody could have done that. He knows what he wants to accomplish and he has a detailed strategy for getting it done. It is a YUUUUGGE contrast to his predecessor. Guess we’re all going to be buying a bunch of popcorn and watching things get done. I do not think the President was merely making the usual sort of politician’s campaign promises. The activity so far (it hasn’t even been a week yet; has it?) indicates that he had a definite list of things he wants to accomplish and he shared elements of that list during the campaign. Trump is an entirely different animal from any of his politician predecessors. I don’t know for sure that he can pull it off but DAMN! it’s gonna be a gas watching him try.

    • S Hooks

      O.C. (and Delilah T., from your comment above), one of the things I’m enjoying is watching Trump use the classic tactics of the left, e.g. Alinsky’s Rules, against them.

      In the case of the current barrage of Executive Orders, White House web page redesign, press corp protocol changes, etc., what they’re doing resembles Cloward-Piven strategy. He’s hitting them with so many things in such rapid succession that they’re becoming overwhelmed and disoriented, just like they’ve been doing to us for so many years.

      • NotYetInACamp

        Yes. And Trump knows and is using all of the American supporting people in our nation to create a cascade effect against the enemies of the USA right here in our nation. Also across the world he is developing the same results.
        A YUGE force has been awoken. And it has cold steely determination.

        The Cloward-Piven against us is being blown away. And yes. As i have always done, Alinsky’s Rules will devastate the enemy who calls them theirs because we use truth and what is right as the basis of our using them. The ‘left’ uses whatever means necessary with truth having nothing to do with much of the time. The left could never live up to their own rules for ‘good.’

        • PaulS

          Truth, ah yes the way forward!
          I’m loving that BS is being called on the BS, and the BSers are having to stuff it, instead of the old “we won’t dignify that by responding” vs “the seriousness of the charge demands attention” (code for: “we’re making up some serious lies”)

          Media being Trumped! Hot damn.

      • Mort

        They been dishing it out for a long time, now they are
        going to have to take it, like it or not; turn about is fair
        play, and hard to take.

    • Deplorable B Woodman

      OC,
      This is how the Founding Fathers meant the country to be run. A successful, competent individual from the private sector volunteers to step up to the plate for a term or two. When he’s done, he steps back down and returns to his private life and business. No career politicians or bureaucrats.

      • John D. Egbert

        I do believe that the only mistake the Framers made was not including term limits on Federal elective offices. Can’t really blame them, though, since the very idea of career politicians was so far outside their ken.

        As Mr. Clemens so aptly observed: “Career politicians are the only distinctly American criminal class.”

        • John

          I don’t back term limits in the conventional sense. Rather I think an elective office holder should be forced to relinquish the office each term. Incumbents can hide a lot of evil behind that desk, and if he/she has to let someone else go through the drawers regularly we’d see a lot less K street money flowing through them.
          At the very least the Deep State would have to recruit a lot more patsys to keep their system running.

  • Neil Frandsen

    Folks, this Canuck has been watching the Campaigns, and the Election Results (as much of the Local, State, and National USA reports, as our Canadian Media Mavens read aloud), and wondering how far, how fast the new President, his Cabinet, and the Congress, are going to go, to get stuff done?
    The answers sure ain’t blowing in the wind, eh?
    One of the Sites I follow is a report on Steel Production. It, and another set of Oil Patch reports about steel plate production + steel pipe mill production + the production of the various products used on coating pipe for protection against galvanic corrosion when buried, are gonna tell the tale about what is happening far from the maddening Urb(s)…
    :
    http://us12.campaign-archive1.com/?u=c96a13ac014be847e3cee41e5&id=5209c35b52&e=529a013c9d
    :
    Quote:
    Adjusted year-to-date production through January 21, 2017 was 5,103,000 net tons, at a capability utilization rate of 71.7 percent. That is up 5.8 percent from the 4,821,000 net tons during the same period last year, when the capability utilization rate was 68.7 percent.

    Broken down by districts, here’s production for the week ending January 21, 2017 in thousands of net tons: North East: 205; Great Lakes: 648; Midwest: 160; Southern: 616 and Western: 74 for a total of 1703.
    Unquote.
    :

  • Pete231

    I find watching the lamestream and the ‘tards running around with their hair on fire, squawking like the seagulls in the Ice Age movies very entertaining. What will they do to top last weekend ? Need to know how much beer and popcorn to pickup before the next show starts. All this fun and no cover charge……

  • Bill

    Next up is the scientists March on Washington that’s gonna be a lot of folks in white lab coats.

    • Grunt GI

      Will we call them the “Nerd Herd”?

      OR wouldn’t it be funny if we scheduled another Wymyn’s March with the Nerd Herd? Would that be like crossing the streams?

      Angry bitter wymyn meet socially awkward nerds….damn the sitcom practically writes itself…Big Bang Theory meets Thelma and Louise.

  • Paladin

    Most of them were 2 baggers. A bag over your own head just in case the bag over her head breaks. **rimshot**

  • That Group whine in Washington is just the place Skye would show up at. I suspect she would have also managed to get herself busted for rioting.

    Those who were arrested are now finding out that they’re looking at 10 years federal time.

    I see a potential story line here.

    • Bill G

      Or busted for public nudity as she got carried away with exercising her right to free expression.

  • Shooter 2.3

    In keeping with the theme, if those women want money for abortions, why don’t they just ask their customers for more money? Oh, wait….impossible.

  • JTC

    Not feeling the celebriturd focus. Or their target market, these alleged women.

    As for Skye, I’m hoping Angry W. and Bill G. are wrong. But then she, like meatspace relatives and acquaintances, has disappointed those who love her before, prob’ly will again…some people have to learn the hard way, as I think we are going to see play out in the near and far future. Que sera sera.

  • Grunt GI

    One of my homeboys posted this on FB…
    ________________________
    So I’m not the best with math but if the estimate of 2.9 million attending the woman’s march (or whatever it is called) is correct and they each weigh the US average of 166.2lbs then we had about 482 million pounds protesting. Converting to tons (because why not) then we have 241,000 tons. Thus, when compared to a Nimitz class carrier (102,000 tons) we are talking about a couple of carriers and with 37,000 tons to spare…. see – math can be fun :). That said I’m thinking they could run from one side of DC to the other and get it to capsize.

    • Doggo

      Grunt, a couple observations on your buddy’s post: 1) I saw very few of them who were svelte enough to get down to 166 lbs, a conservative estimate would be closer to 210 lbs; 2) That would be equivalent to 3 Nimitz-class carriers, call them USS Kitkat, USS Munchkin, and USS Twinkles (I got the names from HuffPost); 3) you’re not going to get that lot to run ANYWHERE; 4) even outnumbered 3 to 1, my money’s on the Nimitz, and 5) I agree, math and science are fun.

      • Grunt GI

        Heh, very true…I think he was being nice…more like those women outweighed the entire Sixth Fleet..

        and yes, math and science can be fun…

        • Pamela

          They would cause any form of water craft to capsize. Would they float, sink or become a snack for some hungry ocean dwellers?

          • Steve

            Pamela — Given the standards of personal hygiene common among the lefty protest set, that would likely constitute an oil spill. Imagine the fun the Trump administration could have, applying the relevant environmental protection statutes … 😉

  • WayneM

    I’m not sure if I’ve thrown this out here before or not…

    Twat-Hat the Gathering had next to nothing to do with DJT. Anyone who has organized a major event knows it takes time and money to do so. Logistics are a nightmare, even for those who do so full-time…

    Those who organized the Gathering started these processes months in advance, long before election day. Although none of those involved will likely admit such, the original intent was to celebrate simultaneously the coronation of Queen Hildabeast and the tipping point of the fall of western society. Remember, all indications were the Hildabeast had it in the bag… (and you want to talk about a two… possibly three bagger)

    Then the Hildabeast lost despite all of the chicanery. And there was no way for George Soros… I mean those organizing the events to recovery the deposits for hotels, venues, security and transportation… SO they cleverly evolved it into the Not My President Rageout.

    • Mort

      Good observation WayneM.

    • NotYetInACamp

      Yer right.
      I also missed the glass ceiling balloons being ceremoniously “broken” and dropped. And I missed the frireworks by Hillary and friends also.
      They believe that they have long term thinking and the tide and right side of history on their side.
      They have nothing valuable or material on their side. They are a dead end. Unfortunately this dead end does have regularly blooms where the red tide weeps in with the oxygen sucking algae to kill much that it sweeps over. Jacobin types persist. They are constantly resurgent and must be put down too many times.
      The best things that I learned were never taught to me.

    • JTC

      Good observations, and I think partly true.

      But what we’ve incubated here in the last eight years is sick splinter culture of professional protestors who are ready to go anywhere and protest anything at the drop of a hat, give them transport and a few dollars a day, promise them carte blanche for pillaging and burning, maybe a little national teevee exposure and they’re there. Occupy, BLM, these pussy hatters, all fit the mold…and they’ve nothing else to do. Just a dreg and a drag on productive society. But their days are numbered, and with a little luck and the Grace of God, their time is coming to an end.

      Agreed a lot of planning for the celebration they were sure was coming was diverted to this, but there are plenty of scum ready for a march any time.

    • Grunt GI

      Yup, good analysis. I bet whatever “movement” these butthurt morons think they have will fizzle out as these protest groups eat themselves (ooops, sorry about that visual imaginary)

      Already I am seeing stories of the trannies from the LGBTQYTQSEIEO movement dissing the feminists.

      After all, if you can have balls and be a woman, who is a feminist?

      Their intellectual contradiction will cause them to eventually implode…can’t wait to see what BLM does as more pictures of those privileged white wymyn protesters float around the internet.

  • Roland

    Who is Shia Lebeef and why should I care about what he or it says?

    • NotYetInACamp

      I liked his transformer movies and Eagle Eye.

      He is now just bat-shit crazy. Sad. He once said that in real life he did not get the women like Megan Fox, his co-star in two of the Transformer movies.

      So. I suppose I conclude that you don’t have any reason to care about what he says. His best words were written for him. And those are in the past.

  • Ya know what? For “people” that don’t seem to believe in working for a living, that sure does sound like a job to me.

  • JTC

    He’s a fraud as a “war hero” and an outright traitor as a politician. Trump is doing everything he promised to do, how successful he is is to some degree dependent on how many other traitorous gopes do not support his initiatives.

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