Day By Day


  • Merle

    Jeeves – try not to lose your head!!!

  • Doc Savage

    Looks like a fine example of redhead temper…

  • NotYetInACamp

    And like that, he is turned off. With a tap, tap, tap… ding.
    Then but a memory in our minds of what was there just a moment before.

    Moving on from slaughtering Shakespeare. …
    Radical reprogramming time. Methinks.

  • JTC

    Well shit, the worst part of that nattering nabob remains functional, nattering on. Just give me a dawg or two and send the brit twit back from whence it came. No not TPFKAGB, I meant Javier’s parts box; better luck next time kid.

    • JTC

      Or is that TPWGBUTB? Oh well, same diff.

    • Fronk!

      TPFKAGB? Haven’t heard this one yet…
      or this one TPWGBUTB?

      • Sam

        The Place Formerly Known As Great Britain
        The Place Where Great Britain Used To Be

        • Fronk!

          Thank you!

  • Pamela

    Pretty smart of Javier to have a quick release added to Jeeves’s structure

  • It would appear that Jeeves’ “security” circuits are a bit deficient.

    • TomZ

      No, I would say second law priority over third law.

  • NotYetInACamp

    He may have a future on an assembly line somewhere. I hear 20 to 40% of the jobs will be by machines, ie AI type. Even if not, that processor could handle the easy jobs well. Marvin did it with a brain bigger than a planet or such on Hitchhikers … episode something, on President of the Universe Zaphod’s stolen Improbability Drive Starship.

    • wotan

      Just wait til Jeeves finds out the Ryan?McConnell cabal is gonna make him pay FICA for all those hours of flippin’ burgerzzz …. More than Shakespeare may be murdered.

  • Punta Gorda

    Let’s see… Robot Head, check. Hot Readhead, check. Does that make Zed Stanley Tweedle? (A bit of a character mismatch there…)

    So where is Lexx!

    • S Hooks

      Moonlighting in Redvolution as the Kraken!

  • eon

    Yep. Just about what I figured would happen.

    clear ether


  • Kafiroon

    IF, he was put back together, a long future flipping burgers would be fine.

    Otherwise, give the talking head to the dawgs as a play toy.
    I enjoy watching a pair of Belgian Mallnois totally mall balls that size.

  • Kafiroon

    Not Enough Coffee.

    • RegT

      And that’s “Maulinois” 😉

  • Bill

    Good riddance, creepy.

  • Mort

    Flag Day! Hope as many as possible are flying.

    • Fronk!


    • John D. Egbert

      Mine is — always.

      • Unca Walt


        And lit by night as per standards.

        • gruundehn

          Unca Walt; I do hope that the light is at the top and aimed down to reduce light pollution, harms astronomers both professional and amateur otherwise.

          • John D. Egbert

            Mine is . . .

  • Hey, Chris. I can’t for the life of me read the tiny fine print of the Skye High Level banner. And when I click on it, the page it redirects to doesn’t have the fine print details to be able to read it.

    (Not that I can afford that level right now. But, soon, maybe the Jan/Damon level… after I’m finished with the move to my new home.)

    • Chris Muir

      The tiny stuff is just boilerplate legalese I have to add in there; skip it.

      • Ahhh… like the speed talking guy at the end of car ads on the radio. LOL

  • Halley

    undiscovered quotes by William Shakespeare:
    “Make America Great Again!” (from Antony and Melania)
    “Who’s gonna pay for The Wall? Mexico!” (from The Taming of the Shrewish Hillary)
    “There’s gonna be so much winning you’re gonna say Please! stop the winning!”
    (from King Learing at Stormy) ; )

  • JTC

    Flag Day, as mentioned by Mort up there, forever may it wave.

    And appropriately enough, President Donald J. Trump’s 72nd birthday, forever may he stay, or at least for another decade or so. Happy B-Day Donnie!

  • James Gemind

    And Zed drops Jeeves on the floor… 🙂

  • JTPatriot

    Yeah, I think we were all a bit tired of Jeeves. Off with his head!

  • Love Jeeves, what’s wrong with you?!?!

  • NotYetInACamp


    Alas, poor Yorick! I knew him, Horatio: a fellow
    of infinite jest, of most excellent fancy: he hath
    borne me on his back a thousand times; and now, how
    abhorred in my imagination it is! my gorge rims at
    it. Here hung those lips that I have kissed I know
    not how oft. Where be your gibes now? your
    gambols? your songs? your flashes of merriment,
    that were wont to set the table on a roar? Not one
    now, to mock your own grinning? quite chap-fallen?
    Now get you to my lady’s chamber, and tell her, let
    her paint an inch thick, to this favour she must
    come; make her laugh at that.

    Someone had to say it!!

    And now the first OIG Report. Alas, poor ……


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