Day By Day


  • Spin Drift

    Spin the cylinder, round and round she goes where she stops nobody knows.

    Gird your loins, there’s killing to be done.

    • Grape

      Russian roulette with a revolver – eeek!

      • Deplorable PaulS

        Speaking of Russian, I prefer the Hot Russian ladies Banner to the one that appears to show moosehell blowing a horse. πŸ™

      • Cliff H

        Have you considered the “eek” factor of playing Russian roulette with a semi-automatic?

        • Deplorable B Woodman

          All of us here have, I’m sure. The Libtards…….uummmm…….not so sure.
          Maybe we should play Russkie Roulette with the Libtards, one round, with a semi-auto……they get the first trigger pull. NEXT!

      • Kafiroon

        More like “Boom”. There is at least 4 (four) in that equalizer.

  • NotYetInACamp

    And so it shall.

    Progressives (Democrats) are playing Russian Roulette with a semi-automatic. One cartridge. What a result.

  • JohninMd.(Help!?!!)

    My fear is no matter who wins….. We lose.

    • formwiz

      They said that about Reagan.

      • RooftopVoter

        Yes they did.

        We gotta keep vigilant today, without fraud, she is cooked.

    • Skip1976DAAP

      You do not know very much about politics do you?

    • NotYetInACamp

      We lose Europe, the USA, and the rest of the world to globalist control and Islam.
      I will take a nationalist American any day. he will appoint Supreme court judges that will follow the US Constitution and American basic beliefs reflected in the US Constitution.
      He will reject the loss of US sovereignty to the TPP.
      He will change tax policy so that corporations will have to bring jobs back to the USA.
      He will not cause an unneeded war with Russia.
      He will say YOUR FIRED to so many that need it.
      The tax policy will increase revenues as JFK’s did and others who have used that.
      He will reign in many of the RINOS in Congress.
      He will reduce electric power costs by ending many EPA regulations that ended clean coal power generation. (The head of it called it the SHE P A.)
      He will apply immigration law and propose new laws that are fair.
      He will vet immigrants.
      Just that would be a great start and more than Hillary will do, as hillary will increase invasions. Tax everybody more for control. Massively increase regulations. Cooperate with the RINOS..

      • Sarthurk

        Let US hope this will happen. Lot of ways this could go. Don’t forget to look behind you once in awhile.

        • Sarthurk

          My Gravatar is crooked. Must be the Bammy in it.. time for a new one.

          • Sarthurk

            well shit, now it aint.

          • Sarthurk

            I swear I didn’t eat any mushrooms.

      • David M

        BINGO. Same thoughts here.

        I voted last Friday… Go Trump! Dump the Bitch.

  • formwiz

    Pistol Packin’ Mama.

    She always gets her man.

    Or woman.

  • eon

    Channeling the opening sequence of The Silencers (1966)?



  • Chris, enjoyed the phone call, thanks.

    And I’m good with the delete of my “last chamber” quip. Better my comment than the whole ‘toon. The web has ears. And it’s a vindictive bitch.

    But yeah. Secession. It’s coming.

  • Pamela

    It’s a sad statement when in order to vote, you need to go armed to the polling place to defend the Right to Vote.

    • Kafiroon

      I will not be surprised to hear there are places that if you do not have the “right ‘credentials'”, you do not get to vote.
      Any bets on “100%” votes precincts this election? Especially here in Floriduh?

      • Went to school in Pahokee FL with a geeky Cuban kid who became a lawyer who became the Palm Beach County judge who presided over that ’08 Floriduh debacle.

        Jorge Labarga is now in his second term as Chief Justice of the Florida Supreme Court. You do not want him holding our fate in his hands in a contested vote in the state that -again- could decide it all.

        • Heh. Went to do my voterly duty and saw that my old school chum is on the ballot for retention. I voted no as I did all the judges and would for any other incumbent on an up/down keep/dump ballot question.

          But especially Labarga; he was a good and harmless kid in school, but has not been so harmless on the bench. You’re fired, Jorge!

      • Pamela

        When the 100% precincts voting has more votes than people living, do we throw up our hands and cry aloud “It’s a miracle.”
        More like we are screwed with a “F”.

        • Scout

          Roger that. The problem is Miami is becoming the new Philly, where Dems withhold results until they can determine how many votes are need to put the Dem over the top, which are then manufactured. And no one calls them on it. Because shut up.

  • Janet Reno, the Witch of Waco, was chosen by Bill Clinton, because Hillary wanted a woman to be appointed attorney general. The first two women Hillary picked were disqualified, but Hillary insisted on the fiction that the three most qualified candidates in the US, to become attorney general, were all females.

    Picking a candidate based solely on gender leads to disaster.

    • Pamela

      Janet tried hanging Waco and Ruby Ridge on a friend of my Dad’s instead of admitting she screwed the pooch.

  • Go vote.

    Two people predict a Trump win. One poll says enough votes for Johnson to send the vote to the House of Representatives.

    We are living in interesting times. Is it worse than knowing that the village 5 miles away was suffering from the Plague and yours could be next?

    GO VOTE.

  • KenH

    Good luck
    A week from now, things will either be fine, or on the way to utterly pear-shaped and CW II

    • Bill G

      Let’s hope it’s over, and the Hildabeast loses thoroughly.
      But if it’s close for Trump it won’t be over for a long time.

  • Deplorable B Woodman

    Sam will vote for a woman, even if it kills “who”?

    From the now shuttered Sipsey Street:

    “When Democracy Becomes Tyranny
    I STILL get to vote.”

    • has anyone figured out mike’s son shuttered sipsey street?

      I miss mike. I wish he were here for this. we need to make sure his wisdom doesn’t disappear.

      • Deplorable Old Codger

        The last real post at SSI:”A couple of days ago, I received some news that ended up shaking me to my very core. After a great deal of consideration, I have decided to close the doors of the Sipsey Street Irregulars. ”

        Something happened that convinced Matt not only to shut down his Dad’s blog immediately but to completely exit the liberty movement – possibly permanently. Matt is a combat veteran who was raised by a former communist party operative. I cannot help but suspect that the “news” involved an existential threat to him and his family including his step-mom, Rosie, and his sisters. I do NOT believe he acted out of fear. I believe Matt’s actions resulted from a prudent abundance of caution.

        I miss Mike, too. I had an opportunity to meet him but I did not out of fear. I had only recently (less than 2 months) extricated myself from the jaws of Leviathan (not in jail although I spent a day and a half in lockup for something that is not properly an arrestable offence) after 16 months. There was much talk in the media of SAPD being given orders to arrest everyone at that rally and sort it all out at county lockup. So I, to my everlasting shame and regret, let fear control me and did not attend the rally.

    • Bill G

      She’s said that with a question mark after it, as if to question the wisdom of the notion.
      As I see it. Then again, I could be wrong.
      (H/T to Dennis Miller.)

      • I believe it was a rhetorical question.

  • Deplorable B Woodman

    Betty Davis, “All About Eve”,

    “Fasten your seatbelts, it’s going to b e a bumpy night”.

  • Spin Drift

    What’s the lady packin? K frame, 29 in Nickle or a Python? Gotta be a large caliber. Personally I’d go with a Caswell. I want to hit them so hard their ancestors will feel it.

    Shoot low boys, they’re riding Shetland ponys.

    • K is lighter frame, not chambered in big bore. A 29 (44Mag) is an N frame, *much* bigger in hand than what is shown.

      My (now deleted with explanation and apology by phone from CM) speculation was of a beefed up L frame 686 which in its Plus config. features a seventh .357 chamber…the speculated purpose of which resulted in the censor. πŸ˜‰

      • NotYetInACamp

        You! Ever needing some censoring? NO! Say it isn’t so, JT. It can’t be. Not possible.
        (I have heard him uncensored. Chris, do as you believe best. πŸ™‚ It is your party.)

        Chris, I am sure he has complete discretion and control, as I also have.

        • Misplaced your smiley. Belongs on that last line. Or a winky. πŸ˜‰

          In the phone call I gave Chris full scissor hands to anything that pops out of my mind and keyboard. Not that he needs my okay.

    • Kafiroon

      I love my N frame. It feels right at home.

    • Ryk E Lee

      The ejector rod looks Colt to me.

    • Randy

      I think maybe you meant Casull? Not sure there is such a thing as a Caswell. Casull is meant to change a Grizzly Bears mind πŸ˜‰

      • Spin Drift

        Nope meant Caswell, As in CWO5 Caswell, retired armed forces. Worked with the fine gentleman on some DOD stuff when dirt was young. His favorite caliber was 50BMG. Used to have a fin stabilized discarding sabot 120mm cannon round as a paper weight.

        War Damn Screaming Eagle

  • Pamela

    Do not avenge yourselves, beloved, but give place to rage, for it is written: β€œIf you will not execute judgment for yourself, I shall execute your judgment, says God.”

    Think the Big Guy upstairs contracts out the vengeance in cases like the Beast and her followers getting away with the evil she does and has done on a daily basis for decades?
    I wonder if the atonement and penance is cumulative?

    • Deplorable B Woodman

      I’m sure you’ve heard this before, so you can fill in the details.
      Reminds me of the joke about the young enlisted Marine, going to a college class. The prof is a typical Libtard, and challanges the class, and God Himself, to prove His Own existance within 15 minutes.
      After 14 minutes of the prof’s smug faced impatient toe-tapping, the Marine gets up and decks the prof a good one to the floor.
      The prof exclaims, “What’d you do that for?!”
      The Marine replies, “God’s busy protecting my fellow military brothers and sisters overseas, where they’re fighting to protect your right to be an ass. So He sent me to do the job in His place.”

      (love this joke. just shows that sometimes you can’t wait for Devine Intervention any longer, and have to do the job yourself. for all you know, YOU are the Devine Intervention you’ve been waiting for)

  • Subotai Bahadur

    Already voted [Colorado has mail out ballots, and we dropped ours off with the County Clerk Thursday]. Still campaigning. We have a rally tomorrow at 1000 hrs. And hopefully, a celebration rally Wednesday. We will do what we can.

    But no matter who wins, there will be violence. If Trump wins, the Left will go Chiroptera feces. If Hildamort [the Tremor that shall not be named] wins, they will riot in celebration. And no matter what, Obama will not even have to pretend to conceal his deeds as he continues to destroy this country.

    I will lay down two markers on what I expect. 1) If Trump wins, a number of Republican Congress-Critters and/or Senators will change parties to try to turn one or both Houses of Congress. 2) During the Lame Duck session Mitch McConnell will confirm Merrick Garland once the threat of electoral revenge gone. If Trump wins, it will be his open declaration of war on Trump and his supporters. If Hillary wins, it will be a demonstration of continuing fealty.

    Be Thou then Truly Resolved . . . . .

    • NotYetInACamp

      Would that winning the House and Senate had placed American patriots into those offices.
      Anything is possible. trillions and our freedom is at stake.

    • Bill G

      “Hildamort [the Tremor that shall not be named]” AKA The Lady of the Shake?

    • In Cali? What are the odds of you being turned away…or worse?

      • Please note, for posterity, the date and time stamp of the above comment. Today is the day that will decide the nature and the method of the days to come. I am hopeful but not optimistic.

    • NotYetInACamp

      Beautiful. Nice. Really nice.

      An armed (and educated) population is a free population.

      • “An armed (and educated) population is a free population.”

        Truth. But again, in Cali?

        • Pamela

          JT and NYIAC

          I’m voting at a Church. Freedom and Faith.

          • NotYetInACamp

            That works for me.

            I used to vote in the Church Youth Center next to where I went to kindergarten where my grandparents were the first major donors and on the building committee. I almost did not pass kindergarten as when asked what my address was, I simply pointed out the window past the playground and across the street and said “I live there.” Then followed the “Can’t you see it?” and other little stinker dealing with inferior teachers comments. It is hard to sleep. And Infowars is still live through 4PM Wednesday. That is not helping.

          • “I’m voting at a Church.”

            But not armed as you alluded upthread.

            Yet there are many, notably in your locale, who would consider your shirt not an expression of freedom of speech, but of intimidation, and even construed as an actionable threat.

            Be careful, and watch your pretty six.

          • Pamela

            Voted with No issues. Got the thumbs up from some Vets and Cops.

          • Happy to hear. An indication that Constitutional protections, even Cali have not gone full TU, yet.

            Still, caution and SA are critical in the environment we all find ourselves in right now; that extends from attire to things like bumper stickers, etc. When in public, keeping your passions and preferences personal will help preserve them, and you, for better times to come. Please God, Amen.

          • Pamela


            My passions and preferences are known by only the readers and commenters of DBD.

            May this Nation and her Citizens always be in God’s Safekeeping.

          • Beautiful, ma’am.

            Speaking of which and on a lighter and much more pleasant note…pics of you in that shirt? Neck down is okay, if you get my point(s). πŸ˜‰

    • Deplorable B Woodman

      Lady Pamela,
      It is now 5:50 pm AZ Mtn Daylight Time.
      How went your visit to the voting polls?
      Uneventful? Or filled with angst (on the poll watchers part)? Busy?

      Enquiring minds, and all that.

  • NotYetInACamp

    Alex Jones says that Jesse James and trump will be doing some sort of Second Amendment effort soon.

    Bill Clinton first came into the White House under a cloak of scandal and criminality. So it continued with the Clinton criminality. Now, we have Hillary Clinton with the possibility of entering into the White House with he husband Bill yet again. And yet again we have a cloak of scandal and criminality covering all that they do.

    How can so many people just not get it. Are that many people totally bought in their lives.

    What has been going on has been an auctioning of the assets of America that has been going on at least since the Clinton era. The priceless system that was here has been drained and sold at cheap auction prices.
    America. reassert yourself. America and the world depend on it.
    Go to that poll to vote armed with the ammunition of ideas and memory of what has been, and the vision to see what might be.

    • Chris Muir

      “How can so many people just not get it. Are that many people totally bought in their lives.”

      I think they do get it, and approve of it, at least millions and millions of these so-called ‘americans’.In every action for 40 years they have declared Americans their enemy.So be it.

      • NotYetInACamp

        Yes. I see that covers an awful lot of it.

      • Kafiroon

        No matter who is elected; I do not see that true freedom desiring Americans can take much more of the regulations and taxation being dumped on us from all aspects of our “government.”

      • Malatrope

        I agree.

      • Mel

        “In every action for 40 years” Chris, when I came back from VN in ’68 I was surprised how the people and he news had turned against America. It’s been going on for 55+ years.

  • David Gonzalez

    NITPICK ALERT: Doing the “Bulldog Drummond” (or fill in the name of your own favorite film/TV detective) with your revolver looks “cool”, but it’ll eventually warp the crane (“carrier”) enough that the piece won’t lock up properly. Is your wheel-gun suffering from this malady? Check to see if there’s a visible “gap” between the crane and the frame when it’s (supposedly) locked up. In severe cases, your beast will spit metal shavings out to portside as the projectile hits the forcing cone off-center. Un-good (especially for the fellow standing on your left, who will become beaucoup annoyed at being showered with hot shavings!).

    • NotYetInACamp

      I check that. Rechecked. Nope. No gap. I will continue that check as long as I own the revolvers. That is important.

    • Merle

      I wondered if anybody was going to comment on that. πŸ™‚

    • John D. Egbert

      There’s still something to be said for COL Sam’s Model P — not the least of which is the nice, big hole it makes in things . . .

      • eon

        I’d love to have a Ruger Single-Six .357/9mm Convertible. Between .357, .38 Spl., and 9 x 19mm, I doubt there’s anywhere on Earth you couldn’t find at least some ammunition that would work in it.



        • Might be easier to find a used Ruger single action in straight .357 (actually a Blackhawk as Single-Six models are rimfire other than the rare .32). You can then get a 9mm cylinder for it, just being careful of proper fit, timing, etc. but it is commonly done.

          Good thinking on ammo ubiquity, that’s a big part of the reason that my survival caliber trinity goes .22, 9mm, 5.56mm. Interchangeability with your autos is a big positive too, and even consider a 9mm carbine for the same reasons.

    • Jack

      Isn’t that revolver flip called a (Humphrey) Bogart?

  • This is it. Vote, or prepare for war. I already voted, and would vote again if I were one of “them”. I’ve kinda missed my earlier life, hope I don’t have to return to it. Third box is today.

    • Deplorable Old Codger

      “This is it. Vote, or and prepare for war. ”

      Fixed it for you.

      • John

        Or in other words, as the Romans put it; “If you would have peace, prepare for war.”

        • Si vis pacem, preparat para bellum. Most drop the preparat in the quote.

          • Deplorable B Woodman

            Been in several Army units with that as their motto.
            The other big one was, “The more you bleed in times of peace, the less you bleed in times of war.”

            Unfortunately, I have slacked off in my training and fitness since retirement. But I can still aim a weapon and pull a trigger. And I’m ready, willing, and able to do so as needed.

  • And, last frame? “Vote woman” to protect her children, or “vote woman” for feelings? I’d vote woman if it were Mama Grizzly, but I don’t give a rats ass to vote simply to have a female POTUS.

    • John

      If there was a female “Originalist” available that would be another question.

  • Ryk E Lee

    Flicking the the cylinder open and or shut, Kojack style will win you a misaligned cylinder or a bent and tweaked crane, either or, if you respect your revolver, don’t be doin’ that.

  • canuck49

    Good luck today to my neighbours to the south. I think this man said it best…

    β€œThe only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men (or women) to do nothing.” ― Edmund Burke

    Red will do what she can!!

    • Deplorable Old Codger

      I like Kurt Hoffmann’s version better.

      “”Remember: Evil exists because good men don’t kill the government officials committing it.””

  • canuck49

    A very smart American friend of mine is voting Hillary for POTUS and Republican for the House and Senate. Just a thought.

    • OpenTheDoor

      I hope as a citizen of our northern neighbour you will not be displeased if I think a country that/who votes for a person such as Trudeau the Second is incapable of identifying who is and isn’t smart in the USA, eh?

      • canuck49

        I did not vote for Trudeau sr. or jr, I was and still am a Harper man. He had his faults but his foreign policy was solid.

      • canuck49

        And by the way it is people who think not countries.

  • Bill G

    Through the years conservatives ceded control of the media and the educational system to the left by inaction.
    And so we reap the whirlwind.

    • David M

      The problem is the Progressives.

      They set out on this plan forever ago. They invaded BOTH parties, turning one into the Commie party, and the other into the RINO “go along to get along” no longer oppositional party.

      The problem is the Progressives!!!!

      • ExNuke

        There is no such thing as a “Progressive”or “Liberal”. Those are deceptive labels that they have chosen for camouflage. There is no progress or liberty in their agenda. If they are in office or a position of influence they are “Repressives”who mean to control everyone around them for their own profit and personal “safety”. Their submissive followers are “Regressives” who hope to pick up a few crumbs and want to be controlled in every (rare) thought, word or deed. If they never think, say or do anything that is not “required” by people smarter than themselves then nothing can ever possibly be their own fault.
        Calling them by the name they chose to hide their actual intentions gives them Politically Correct cover.

  • Allen

    No matter which one wins 11/8,

  • cb

    One of the best known of all the stories of Confucius (551 BC) is how on the lonely side of Mount T’ai he heard the mourning wail of a woman. Asked why she wept, she replied, β€œMy husband’s father was killed here by a tiger, my husband also, and now my son has met the same fate.” β€œThen why,” Confucius asked, β€œdo you dwell in so dreadful a place?” β€œBecause here,” she answered, β€œthere is no oppresive ruler.”

  • Unca Walt

    My big worry is not who counts the votes, but where the votes come from.

    NOT A WHISPER about Obama telling ILLEGALS: “You can not be traced. We can’t do that. So go and VOTE.”

    The above will not sway many more illegals to vote, but the silence from our government regarding this UNfaithful-to-American president.

    That moral malaise results in stacks of fake votes being counted as genuine. And “easy” jokes, or gentle irony references to dead people voting, precincts going Democrat more than 100%, and so on.

    The system, and the morality of Americans is broken.

    Yes, there are individuals who remain true Americans… there are many here. But they/we are NOT IN ANY WAY running things. That is completely controlled by amoral people.

    • And right there under your nose in PB County, where “organizers” have camped out at registration offices, “helping” register countless Puerto Ricans who are NOT “illegals” but are not legal to vote, who come and go as they please and who have SS cards and relatives addresses to provide all that is needed to vote.

      According to the PBC supervisor of elections, the organizers have delivered stacks of registrations there and in Broward such that they hadn’t even yet been processed at the time I saw the interview. How is that not federal crime punishable as felony fraud? Because NOBODY has questioned it.

  • WayneDeplorable

    I really really really really hope you folks get this election done right…

  • After today, no matter the outcome, even though I will ALWAYS be “deplorable by the definition of it who labeled me as such, it will no longer be in my name.

    It could become JTC Patriot, or JTC Rebel, or JTC subject of TPWUSAUTB.

    But it will probably just be me JTC again, for better or for worse.

    • Pamela

      How about JTC Patriot Cutie Pie?

      • Keeping my ratio of circumference/diameter on the QT?

        I like it. πŸ™‚

  • NotYetInACamp

    Vote early.

    “They” vote often. We gotta make up for them.

  • Wobi

    I tried twice to post this on my Facebook page, but it never showed up. Chris, I think your stuff is being blocked by Facebook.

    • Chris Muir

      It is for 3 days FB said.During the election, natch.

      • Kafiroon

        Free speech can cost. A Lot.

      • NotYetInACamp

        Not only were you over the target, you hit the target. Well done. Not good for information word and art ordinance dispersal right this moment, but definitely worth accolades. I commend you.

      • Pamela

        What a bunch of DBFNs!

        I hope they implode.

  • Crotalus

    Good for Sam! She shows us that it’s time to vote by bullet instead of by ballot! BTW, the word “ballot” is descended from “ball”, for they used to use white or black balls as votes. I believe that “bullet” also derives from “ball”, as the first firarm projectiles were balls of lead. πŸ™‚

    • NotYetInACamp

      I interpret it as the ordinance is words and ideas right now.
      It is also time to be ready to vote properly that way in the proper circumstance. An armed public with education, information, intelligence, and arms, is a free public.

  • Just noticed the date on the ‘toon says November 7 for the second day.

    Little reluctant to face the events of the day are we, Mr. Muir?

    Our own little Groundhog Day…11/7/16 over and over, the beast can’t win.

    I like it!

    • Deplorable Old Codger

      Shows 11/8/16 on my browser.

  • Deplorable Old Codger

    Was catching up on email and noticed one from CNN (NO! I have no idea what made them think I’d sully my TV by watching their network.) And the graphic made me angry. The email had a graphic with the words “Election Night in America” with the CNN logo in the middle of it. On the left side of the graphic is a photo of a smiling, fully made-up Hildamort. On the right side of the graphic is a scowling Donald Trump looking like he’s about to say, “You’re Fired!”

    Those asshole progs don’t quit, do they!

  • Deplorable Old Codger

    More Prog Lunacy:

    13 Things Liberals Want To Ban

    1. Happy Meal Toys (California, Santa Clara and San Francisco Counties)
    2. Sugary Drinks (New York City)
    3. Plastic Grocery Bags (House of Representatives)
    4. Toy Guns (Ohio House)
    5. Bottled Water (San Francisco)
    6. Horse-drawn Carriages (New York City)
    7. Goldfish (San Francisco)
    8. Barbie Dolls (West Virginia)
    9. Crosshair Symbols (on political maps)
    10. Early Football Kickoff (noon for NCAA Div 1 – Minn.)
    11. Pledge of Allegiance (anti-bullying measure – Mass.)
    12. (no idea. it just had a photo of a candle and report of someone’s death)
    13. The Word β€œWelfare” (Sheila Jackson Lee wanted to call it “transitional living fund”))

  • It was a lovely, sunny morning. I went to the polling place. Not very many ‘elect so-and-so’ signs this time, which is unusual. Parked in the grocery store’s parking lot, because the town hall lot was jammed full of cars and trucks. Got to the door just ahead of a couple of other people.

    By the time I got inside the polling place door, the line behind me had grown to the entire length of the building, around the corner and out into the parking lot. I have never seen that many people show up for an election before, period.

    The line inside was full, the precinct process was quick, the ballots were short, including only a few state votes. One commissioner (water district) had no opposition, so there was a write-in line. I briefly thought of Al Lewis (Grandpa Munster) as a write-in for that, or maybe Squeaky Fromme. But it was an orderly, quiet crowd and because there were so many people showing up to vote this time, there were extra ballot cubbies on countertops, because they had run out of platforms.

    From what I’ve been told, there have been massive turnouts since the polls opened this morning in whatever location you’re in, particularly in the ‘red’ states. Charles Krauthammer opined that Trump will win because people are fed up with politics as usual.

    We cannot afford to be complacent. When we do, we let the snakes slither in and spend far too much time cleaning them out.

    • Voted early. Avoided the rush. Nice and quiet, easy. Relaxing with popcorn, waiting for the polls to start reporting. Gonna be a wild ride.

      • Oh yeah.

  • thundercloud65

    No excitement at the polls where I live. I wasn’t really expecting trouble.It’s a small country village of less than 200 people. A terrorist might think us a perfect target but if they’d start shooting at people’s homes here the probability of return fire is close to 100%.

    • NotYetInACamp

      People don’t walk onto people’s property with bad intention here for the same reason.

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