Day By Day

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  • Malatrope

    Zed has really decided to look like his dad.

    • PaulS

      It can happen with sons. I hadn’t seen an uncle and nephew in 30 years, and had to think for a moment who the old guy with my uncle was. ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Pamela

    I am not going any where near Sam’s Man no matter how sexy hot he looks.
    Redhead code-Never poach another Redhead’s man. Bad Karma. Dayum.

    • B Woodman

      But you can at least look, and enjoy in the looking.

      • Pamela

        Perfect summation for NOT breaking the Redhead Code.

        Looking gets me through the day.

    • Oh, hell, I’d hit it! You only go around once in life, so you might as well do it with Gusto. And Gusto can’t make it, do it with Dave! Or Zed!

      • doc

        You do indeed only go around once in life – but messing with redheads gets the ride shut down for you way earlier than you would otherwise manage

  • Kafiroon

    Many years ago, in the lunch room noon break I made a statement to the staff horndog. Numerous old guys agreed, though he did not. I told him that a time would come when he would appreciate more: 1. A really good steak meal w/a good drink. 2.A really great night’s sleep. And 3. A good bowel movement.
    Numerous years later he agreed to all of our laughter.
    Not All of us spend Every moment thinking about sex. Especially when we do decide to get some satisfaction, it is TERRIFIC!

    • CB

      An older friend of mine once told me.

      When I was young I had only one thing on my mind and that was sex. (He fathered 8 kids.)”Now that I’m older I have two things on my mind” “Trying to remember people’s names and trying to remember where bathrooms are.”

      I always enjoyed talking with him. He was a WW2 veteran who had fought in Burma.

      • Get him to write his memoirs, before they are lost.

  • NotYetInACamp

    LOOK SQUIRREL!

    LOOK! PUSSY!

    Made ya look.

    Distraction. When you are losing, distract.

    I thought I had finished with my pussy jokes yesterday.
    I just keep getting pulled back to ………..
    So I’m normal. Or close enough.

    • What IS it with Flies and Democrats?

      I mean, it totally flies in the face of…. oh….

      • Or, you could say “you can’t fool them flies”.

        • Bill G

          Flies don’t get brainwashed by the DMC.

      • RegT

        Something about a mare’s ass in fly season?

      • Actually, in Oklahoma we say “There’s always flies around a horses ass”. That should explain everything

    • Grape

      The dead fly cartoon would be funny except that it is so plausible.

  • eon

    When The One seized power, one of the first things he did was gut the DNC, reorganize it with his and Hillary’s cronies, and move the result to their home turf, Chicago.

    Then the pair of them, plus Jarrett, Schultz et al, moved the Chicago Democratic Party machine to Washington. As if D.C. wasn’t corrupt and power-mad enough already.

    The more of this that comes out, and the more untouchable this machine clearly is, the more frighteningly logical the premise of Don Pendleton’s original run of the first thirty-eight Mack Bolan novels becomes.

    If we ever reach the point of needing The Executioner to save this country, God help us.

    clear ether

    eon

    • You think maybe that’s the reason the Daleys in Chicago bailed out of Chicago elections?

      • eon

        I think the Clinton/Lightworker machine gave them the traditional Columbian drug lord choice; plata o plomo.

        In Chicago, if anyone, even one of the Daleys, wound up facedown in the gutter after a drive-by, the only result would be more demands for a ban on civilian gun ownership and the abolishment of the Second Amendment by Executive Order. (Screw the amendment process.)

        And I’m sure the Daleys knew that. Better to take the thirty pieces of silver and abandon the serfs to their fate.

        After all, the Daleys never liked them anyway.

        clear ether

        eon

    • If we ever reach the point of needing The Executioner to save this country, God help us.

      We still have a chance, slim as it might be. Slim as it might be.

      • bryan e

        Read that series a long while back (The Executioner, that is). Fun read for a teenager.

        • eon

          Pendleton himself admitted that the Mack Bolan novels were his attempt at a modern-day “pulp” hero, largely based on The Spider, created by Harry Steeger for Popular Publications in 1933.

          Interestingly enough, the popularity of the Bolan novels helped create the “pulp revival” of the 1970s, first with the Bantam reprinting of the Street & Smith Doc Savage stories (I have most of those), and then the creation and publication of entirely new “pulp” series in paperback, such as the Vampirella novels written by “new wave” SF author Ron Goulart.

          In an interesting twist, The Spider series itself was revived, first with original stories rewritten to bring them up to date in a 1970s milieu’, and later entirely new ones. Most of which was also done by Ron Goulart.

          cheers

          eon

        • RegT

          Had a friend who emigrated here from the old Soviet Union (staunch conservative, loves America) who asked for – and got – my entire collection of the Executioner novels I had kept for so many years. He really enjoyed them, even as an (older) adult. (Hell, I was a young adult in my early twenties when I started reading them.)

    • Pamela

      Interesting.
      In August of 2014, it was announced that successful, Hollywood screenwriter/producer Shane Salerno obtained the film rights to the Mack Bolan books for a Film Franchise. It was soon after announced that Bradley Cooper was set to star, and Todd Phillips to direct for Warner Bros. Studio.

  • Solaratov

    Well, I don’t know about the rest of you guys, but my second favorite thing is to talk about pussy. Now, my first most favoritist thing is to………well; I’ve been banned for less, I suppose ๐Ÿ˜‰

    Damn. If I only knew an erotic, natural redhead. Uh, uh, uh.
    I could get in trouble at this rate.

    • If you could draw an Erotic, UN-natural Redhead, that would be Jessica Rabbit.

      • Solaratov

        And, the drawback would be……?

        • B Woodman

          I see what you did there. . . . “draw”. Hehehe.

      • PaulS

        “She’s not bad, she’s just drawn that way.”

    • Pamela

      Gentlemen

      We Ladies think about male physiology. Some of us more than others.
      A little something to remove the rancid taste from your mouths

      Lazing all afternoon
      enjoying the glow and your
      taste on my tongue writes a

      memoir to passion and its
      evolution from loveโ€™s first blush.

      Traipsing across supple limbs
      over curvaceous valleys
      until your wander lust journey of my
      circumference slows and rests in
      harmony, totally attuned to what

      you and I are now.
      Older, wiser and more
      understanding of nature and her

      forces when it comes to change.
      Oh I know the dance our bodies
      remember with us smiling

      anxious as young lovers
      waiting for that first
      heart reeling rush
      inside. Time answers all
      loversโ€™ questions as I write of renewed
      explorations of you with my tongue.

      • Well, I do have a short piece, but I don’t know if it can compete with that. Mine is more – well, sentimental.

        Oh, come now.
        Join with me.
        Share a kiss.
        Caress me forever.
        Dream of our time together
        And promise me sweet love under the sun.
        I do adore you.

        • Ozymandias

          Both are beautiful.

          • Thank you. The manuscript needs to be finished, the story needs to be told.

        • JTC

          Short piece is about all I can handle these days anyway…

          Mmm, you smell good…that feels good…huh huh huh…that was good babe….

          • JTC

            …snore…

        • Pamela

          Then finish the manuscript Delilah and tell the story.

          • Oh, yes… it is working its way along the Mobius strip. Love in a time of warfare.

            Pamela, you could be creating romance stories that will put the fluff pieces to shame.

        • Grape

          Edgar Allen Poe’s short classic poem “To Helen” says it for me.

          Helen, thy beauty is to me
          Like those Nicean barks of yore
          That gently, o’er a perfumed sea,
          The weary, way-worn wanderer bore
          To his own native shore.

          On desperate seas long wont to roam,
          Thy hyacinth hair, thy classic face,
          Thy Naiad airs have brought me home
          To the glory that was Greece,
          And the grandeur that was Rome.

          Lo, in yon brilliant window-niche
          How statue-like I see thee stand,
          The agate lamp within thy hand,
          Ah! Psyche, from the regions which
          Are Holy Land!

      • Americus Null-Dalit

        <block quote cite="We Ladies think about male physiology. Some of us more than others."

        That would explain my being approached by a random woman and admonished that I needed to stop running through her mind. This was because she was almost out of dry panties to change into. Then she handed me her card and insisted that I call her and left.

        Having a wife and son at home, I dropped the card into my drink and returned to my room to rest for an early morning. Still don't regret it. But, would have preferred the wife had made the same choice. "Perfect Soulmate" just isn't me. Definitely not "Perfect".

        • Pamela

          That is one of the best pick-up lines I’ve heard about in a very long time. Look and don’t touch serves a person well.
          I wish people would stop with the Soulmate or how Perfect is the ideal. You come into this life, do your job and exit. If you are lucky or blessed, then maybe there is a good person to share the life with.

      • GWB

        A redhead *and* a way with words!
        *fans myself*

        That’s great. ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Cubs 3, Giants 0 at 9:45PM my time. Please make it a sweep!!!!

    • Pamela

      Is that the game they use brooms on ice?

      • RegT

        I prefer curling up with a good book.

    • No, unfortunately, it is baseball. I used to live a mile from Wrigley Field. After 20 years of people taking my parking spot so that they could go watch the Cubbies lose, I moved away. Now, after many, many decades of being the team with bleacher bums, they are winning. I am simply cheering them on.

      • Bill G

        I was working in Northeast Illinois at the time of the big baseball strike. It amazed me how much of the local news was stories of people living near the field and loving the fact that they did not have to put up with the fans.
        Especially after the game.

  • B Woodman

    I’m still not sure if the FBI Kommisar Comey was bribed or threatened. Either way the results are the same, an abrogation of justice and the rule of law.

    • eon

      Comey, a Clinton Foundation “client” with a multi-million dollar portfolio, is a “made man”. They don’t need to be bribed or threatened.

      A made man knows up front that his markers can and will be called in by his “owners” when needed. Which is exactly what happened here.

      He also knows the consequences of saying anything other than “yes, Ma’am” when one of those markers gets called in.

      clear ether

      eon

    • nglitz

      That article was debunked almost immediately. A doctored photo from England in 2005. A total fabrication.

      I’m sure there will be enough fraudulent votes cast that we don’t need this silly kind of stuff.

  • gafling

    My S.O. found this gem on some web-site: If American women are so disturbed by Trumps off color comments, who bought approximately 80 million copies of “Fifty Shades of Gray”?

    • GWB

      Ding!
      (Hint: Tweren’t the guys!)

    • Pamela

      All depends on the audience you are catering to.
      The 50 shades crowd would fall under the “Chips, Dips, Chains and Whips” Old Joke.

      Or might be that they would never be included in Donald’s line of sight as a possible recipient of any attention. A beautiful woman on the arm of a powerful man increases his gravitas.
      Hilly likes men she can stomp on, belittle, de-nut and drive to suicide.
      Donald is not one of those.

      • Interventor

        The best accessory a man may sport is on his arm — a beautiful woman.

    • It’s only lesbians who are disturbed by that.

      Isn’t it convenient that they’ve all forgotten about Monica the Plump giving Billie Jeff a BJ while he was on the phone with the SecState? His impeachment failed by two votes. And the newspapers reported every graphic scrap of her personal prunology during her testimony in front of whichever committee was investigating those liaisons in the Oval Office.

      So trash talk from 2005 by Trump trumps that? Someone with a sense of humor should dig up that stuff and rerun it, just for the fun of it.

    • NotYetInACamp

      Definitely potential Trump voters, now.

  • Bill G

    My first thought had been “If words from over a decade back are their best response to Cankles’ actions then they’re in trouble.”
    And then I saw how much traction the left is getting from it and I saw that we’re in even deeper trouble than I had thought.

  • Pamela

    I think George said it best, plus it speaks to Hilly’s intent.

    “The Party seeks power entirely for its own sake. We are not interested in the good of others; we are interested solely in power. Not wealth or luxury or long life or happiness: only power, pure power. What pure power means you will understand presently. We are different from all the oligarchies of the past, in that we know what we are doing. All the others, even those who resembled ourselves, were cowards and hypocrites. The German Nazis and the Russian Communists came very close to us in their methods, but they never had the courage to recognize their own motives. They pretended, perhaps they even believed, that they had seized power unwillingly and for a limited time, and that just round the corner there lay a paradise where human beings would be free and equal. We are not like that. We know that no one ever seizes power with the intention of relinquishing it. Power is not a means; it is an end. One does not establish a dictatorship in order to safeguard a revolution; one makes the revolution in order to establish the dictatorship. The object of persecution is persecution. The object of torture is torture. The object of power is power.”

    Sick, twisted and in total keeping with their mindset.

    • SteveH

      Which George, pray tell?

      • Pamela

        Mr. Orwell’s 1984

      • JTC

        Well it ain’t Bush, so either Carlin or Orwell. Carlin was cabable of those thoughts but this one goes to the big O in his incredibly prescient and amazingly perceptive (if a few decades off) 1984.

        • eon

          The title was simply an anagram of the year of publication- 1948. Orwell was describing the situation in much of the world at that time, notably the USSR and China, the latter having gone Communist in late 1947. (The Khmer Rouge in Cambodia were a pale imitation of Mao’s gang in China from the mid-Forties to his death.)

          BTW, George Orwell was a pen name. His real name was Eric Arthur Blair. He was a foreign correspondent for the Times of London, and in a weird twist of fate, his brother’s son was none other than Tony Blair, one-time “New Labour” PM of the UK.

          I’m pretty sure “Orwell”, who died shortly before his book was first published, would not have been amused.

          clear ether

          eon

          • JTC

            Learn something every day or two. Was aware of the book being contemporary commentary (but of course the title year took on its own life and expectation) and even that George Orwell was a nom de plume…but NOT that his nephew is that little Obama in paleface. Thanks, eon.

    • It’s true. Power in and of itself is the sole goal.

      But he forgets that absolute Power corrupts absolutely.

      He also forgets that Robespierre was sent to the guillotine.

      • Interventor

        Talleyrand was a survivor amongst the mad.

    • NotYetInACamp

      Our tribes, or ancestry, our genes, understands such power. George shall fear the retribution he receives should he gain such power. It will not be swift.

  • MrArthurBishop

    Still haven’t figured out why the word “pussy” 20 years ago is way worse than getting a blowjob in the Whitehouse administered by an intern.
    Besides, I think the conversations on a “girls night out” are probably waaaay worse.

    • Pamela

      Especially if the girls night out is watching men (shades of Magic Mike XXL) take off their garments, and losing count of the tequila shots.

    • The Sugar Shack. The Chippendale men. Oh, yeah.

    • It took a little time to find it, but it’s history. I’m going to leave this here. The typeface is small, but you can enlarge the copy.

      http://www.tep-online.info/laku/usa/clinton/clinlew3.htm

      There are many other resources. The hypocrisy on the left side of the political fence is just plain gross.

  • Precision 270

    Delilah, they always forget. Otherwise they would not be attempting to ram Socia/communism down our throats. Cause it has worked so well…no where.

    You know the line, it just wasn’t done right / by us… I would be happy with a guillotining. At some point I would not even mind being the “victim” at least it is a quick death. Unlike socia/communism.

    • Short-term memory loss is never a good sign. The libretards count on it for votes.

    • Kafiroon

      Better research that. I highly doubt it is painless or even that fast. Now a bullet through the brain; that I’ll accept.

  • JIMV

    I love ‘welcome to our world’…so true

    • NotYetInACamp

      I was waiting for someone to point that out. ๐Ÿ™‚

  • JTC

    http://www.avoiceformen.com/

    That movie “the red pill” sounds interesting, especially in that the young woman who made it was told by many producers that it would be career suicide for them to make a movie that is not so much pro-men as not anti-men. What a world we (they) have wrought. Other interesting stuff there too.

    Of course this whole episode is not so much misandry (reverse misogyny) as it is misanthropy in general, excluding only themselves and their useful idiots, although I’m sure they hate the idiots too, but for the usefulness.

    Whatever it takes, whatever the lies, whatever the destruction, whatever methods result in any who are not them being destroyed…it’s almost like a religion, but religion wouldn’t allow…hey, wait a minute.

    Elitist Islamists…it’s a mouthful but that’s what we’ve got going on here.

  • Oliver Heaviside

    I would have thought that ‘pussy bow’ was a slang term, like hooker heels or tramp stamp. It’s not. It is an official term. Really.

    OTOH, my survey of the number of my female friends who know this suggests the term is not well known, even by women who own one or more blouses like that.

    Just sayin’

    • NotYetInACamp

      It seems that she may have been saying that there is only one that Donald is interested in. Her. She is one tough broad. Meant in the best and most respectful and great way. What a catch he made. Anything else said is basic bs.
      Also goes to show, never trust a Bush, nor ever say anything with them.
      I like her dominant claim. Good woman. Intelligent woman. Strong woman. Wise woman. Not effected by meaningless bs. She knows who she is and who Donald is.

  • JTC

  • Skip1976DAAP

    Chris,
    One of your best. I would like a framed copy of this one. Your buddy with the broken back from DAAP.

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