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  • B Woodman

    “Oh, right, President Frequent Flyer. ”

    I had to pause for a moment. That still applies to both Perv Preez’s. One on the Lolita Express who doesn’t know what the meaning of “is” is. And the other who likes to “hotbox” with his Choom Gang and at the bathhouse.

    • Kristophr

      ‘The plane! The plane!”

  • B Woodman

    “Ah get Miles?”

    Is he referring to the distance he’s traveled? Or to a particular female?

    • eon

      Probably both. Plus I’m pretty sure he’s been a member of the Mile High Club for a long time.

      clear ether

      eon

  • B Woodman

    Couldn’t we refer to both of these perv Preez’s as having “Slick Willies”?

    • Pamela

      Sure. Small willy Billy and Bent willy Barry.

      Both of which need to be tied in a double knot

    • Otto Didact

      Except one of em’s likely to be slick with something brown and smelly. Reckon he makes any noise when he farts?

  • JTC

    Back to his definition thing again. Man, that is a gift that keeps giving, ain’t it?

    A comment at the end of “yesterday’s” ‘toon spoke of the Japanese as example of gentle morality, which was partially explained by another commenter in describing the sex tourism the men there favor. And my too-late follow-up comment was that the forced public politeness and probity there is repressive, and may explain the popularity in that culture of things like lolicon, shotacon, and hentai.

    And the exact same forced fakery, repression, and frustration (decades under the beast remember) very likely explains, though by no means excuses, the sick and criminal behavior of old Brother Bill. But is he a POS pedophile? Well I know what my definition of “is” is. And that “is” a capital offense is it not? And what about aiding and abetting on the part of the hillz? Prison time at least, right? Yeah, right.

    • H_B

      Most of the quirks of Japanese culture can be explained by one of two things: 1) they have had very scarce quantities of all resources for the duration of their existence in the archipelago, and 2) they have spent a non-consecutive 1,000 out of the last 2,000 years in a state of civil war.

      As a consequence of those two effects, life was really cheap and the gentry had absolute power over life and death. If one of the gentry had a particular interest, or just wanted to exercise their power for the sake of displaying it, no one could tell them “no”. It was only a few years ago that Age of Consent was raised from fourteen. Following from that, the…ah…”forbidden fruit” tends to hang on much “lower branches” in the Japanese psyche.

      Separately, the politeness stems from same effects. No one wanted to be the last person to make the boss mad today. The elaborate etiquette in behavior and speech (many subtle strata of politeness in Japanese language) was developed as a way to insulate people from summary execution by the gentry.

  • H_B

    Love the title.

  • I got that signature on my retirement papers in 94, and that was the ONLY thing I ever wanted from that POS. Bush 41? Not Ronaldus Magnus by any stretch, but even a second term of him would have been better than Slick Willie. EXCEPT! Without the first two years of Klintoon we’d never have gotten the Newt Revolution. That being said, why couldn’t people see and maintain from there? American Idol?

  • mjh10

    Damn, I like the tone of this site.

  • Bill G

    Great classical reference in the title, as a certain Instapundit would say.
    Takes a lot to cover miles in short trips, and that’s what the ladies who are talking say about him.

  • John D. Egbert

    Cite facts/references, please. Otherwise this is mere slime slinging — and not very well done at that.

  • Otto Didact

    Just a note on yesterday’s topic. Ft Worth School District has caved on Dear Leader’s edict. Guess the scool board didn’t want to risk losing all those federal bucks.

  • Spin Drift

    Fort Worth! really, I guess Gunny Emery was right, “only steers and queers” come from Texas.

    Spin
    Rope’m and brand’m
    FMJ
    War Damn Eagle

    • capn

      Spin
      Please keep in mind that there are two Texas’.
      There is Texas the State and state of mind and then there are the hives of libtards and progs who congregate in the major cities.
      Look at one of those red/blue maps of Texas and you will see what I mean.
      Most of Texas is firmly red as far as those maps are concerned.
      The infection is in the metropolitan areas. Look at the welfare numbers for verification.

      Proof positive that Cities are death traps. When the “balloon goes up” where will the majority of the violence be? Where it already is … the metro areas.

      I am reminded of John Prine’s “Spanish Pipedream”.
      ” Blow up your TV throw away your paper
      Go to the country, build you a home
      Plant a little garden, eat a lot of peaches
      Try and find Jesus on your own ”

      If Gunny Emery were to say same in certain quarters of Texas he would have his hat handed back to him After he was picked up off of the floor.
      Texas is not without it’s own Marines, Sailors, Soldiers and Airmen.

      Fort Worth, Dallas, San Antonio and Austin are NOT Texas. They are In Texas but that is all.

      ====

      Chris
      Hoping all is getting better at your 20 let us know if assistance would be helpful?

      • Roger

        capn, you’re right. Over the last few decades our population has been very mobile. I believe most every large city in the United States has over half its population coming from other parts of the U.S. within at least 2 or 3 generations. Many of the people in Dallas, Houston, etc. are not Texans and don’t think like Texans. But the vast majority of the people in the small towns and rural areas still represent what a Texan is. They can’t do anything about the Hipsters, Welfare Parasites and Illegals that flood their cities and skew the politics to the left.

      • Old Codger

        capn wrote “Fort Worth, Dallas, San Antonio and Austin are NOT Texas. They are In Texas but that is all.”

        I’d make it Austin, Houston, Dallas and Ft Worth. San Antonio is in many ways a lot more like the rest of Texas.

        +1 to Ermey getting his ass handed to him.

  • Spin Drift

    Ok, that was said kind of tongue in cheek. It’s been a while since I lived in Texas (Irving, Valley Ranch, Webster and Houston) and I agree with the Capn about a Texas state of mind. Even though I came from the South (South Bronx) I was always a big states rights guy as opposed to a big government guy. Hopefully the inhabitants of Ft. Worth will give the local education board an education.

    Spin
    Bluebonnets
    Blue Bunny
    And Don’t Mess with Texas!

    P.S. Shiner Bock

    • Old Codger

      Shiner Bock – I buy it by the case at Sam’s. Used to be Pearl and Lone Star but since they left it’s Shiner Bock. Once upon a time it was hard to find a C-141 flying overseas without several cases of Coors on board. I hear Colorado Cool Aide ain’t what it used to be and so you don’t see it on 141s any more.

      Entropy: Sooner or later EVERYthing turns to shit.

      • Merle

        And I’m pretty sure all the C-141s are gone anyhow……

  • Lyle

    #WarOnWomen

  • Ozymandias

    They should be flying on Con Air

  • NotYetInACamp

    My starkly truthful comments on the two pervs Bill and Barry plus add Epstein did not make it pass the intermess.

    Just imagine I said something good.

    Deal them out at altitude, is the right attitude.

    Do you think that we get out of this easy when this is just a distraction from the ongoing genocide and election of a monster again to our seat of power?

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