Day By Day

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  • TomZ

    Lemoade? Shouldn’t that be lemonade?

  • WayneM

    Savages, indeed… and I’d like a tall glass of their lemonade!

  • S'aaruuk

    LOVE Zed’s comment to Skye……..BULLSEYE….CENTER MASS…..DOUBLE TAP πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€

  • JTC

    Well, not the first apple, but the first woman to eat one…

    Guess that explains all that clothing though.

    • JTC

      Official highs of 90-95 every day of September so far here in the bowels of Floriduh…gotta be similar in SW TX; why in God’s name would there be jeans and long sleeves on those fine bods when they should be “wearin’ next to nothin’ ’cause it’s hot as an oven” and sipping an ice cold glass of that lemoade?

  • John M.

    “Heteronormatives” – new words rattling around in an old brain… I’m think it means “people that know and accept their genetic gender, and ‘enjoy the company’ of people of the opposite genetic gender.” …am I close?

    • John M.

      * I’m thinking*

    • interventor

      AKA cisgendered, aka straight aka 98 percent of the rest of us.

      • Fox2!

        And the new one, “cisheteronormative”

      • Bill M

        I think more like 99.75 percent of the rest of us.

  • interventor

    Nice to see Skye gobsmacked with a whole bunch of the obvious.

    • Deplorable B Woodman

      I think she was just funnin’ the twin, nothing serious.

  • Ozymandius

    I think that’s in the 10th edition of the Newspeak Dictionary.

  • Pamela

    What! No Tequila…

    • Vince

      Gotta add that yourself girl.

    • PaulS

      Will that make her clothes fall off?

      • Punta Gorda

        Might even get her up on the table…

      • Pamela

        Only after 3 drinks

      • Pamela

        Only after 4 drinks. That’s why I stop after πŸ˜‰

  • jdow

    JTC, you really need to escape Florida and visit more of the country. That can get you past your parochialism.

    I am sitting over on the left (yuck politics pretty darned good wx) coast. I’m just South of the San Gabriel mountains between Pomona and San Bernardino. During the day it got up to 90 F degrees in this former orange grove. It got down to 54 F degrees last night. Tonight it seems to be course for a repeat within a degree or so. That’s somewhat chilly. This is not all THAT different than the climate in West Texas, I suspect. Clear skies and an infinite heat sink for cooling lead to dramatic diurnal temperature extremes. In the evening when the high is only 90 F the nights can get nippy. At around 2100 we were already below 70 F. I dare say with all the water vapor in the Florida air, particularly in cloud formats, the diurnal changes are much smaller than we see here.

    (As I see it if somebody would just PLEASE PLEASE nuke Sacramento and probably San Francisco California would become a paradise on Earth. Before the state went Moonbeams it was delightful. It can be again – just as soon as we see a nitrocellulose happily cat dancing in the Sun’s corona.)

    {^_^} Hey, a girl can dream. They haven’t outlawed that – yet.

    • JTC

      Thanks ma’am, but I can find the morning and evening cool a lot at the little mountain cabin we rent outside Blue Ridge Ga…amazing out on that front porch with early morning coffee looking out over those smoky hills and valleys. Owned one for years but tripled our investment when we sold it during the boom (yeah I’m a mercenary bastard and using it for 3 or 4 weeks a year just didn’t justify it. Do wish I was there now though, can’t walk to the mailbox and back here without sweating like a pig and burning my bare feets on the concrete.

      Yes, God made an amazing paradise in northern Cali, leave it to progs to shit where they live and ruin it for everyone. But not until those “sanctuaries” are walled in, they all die of attrition when they can’t feed themselves, and that beautiful place is turned back over to the (majority!) red staters there will I ever venture that way again…

      Might make a short run to Blue Ridge to peep some leaves in Oct. but just have to suffer through my parochial hades here in teh fla until then I guess,

    • Pamela

      jdow

      My family has been in California since the 1840’s. This state has been screwed every which way from Sunday. My .02 cents is the Dem’s never got over slavery being outlawed, and are doing their damnedest in bringing it back any way they can.

      • JTC

        While “slavery being outlawed” was a ruse to gain support for the invasion and taking of a sovereign nation and the slaughter of its citizens, the actual enslavement that is the lynch-pin (heh) of all iterations of leftist isms (classism, racism, communism, socialism, fascism, totalitarianism etc.) has never gone away, it just varies a bit in how they keep the proles down on the farm, on the protest lines, on the dole, and in the voting booth.

        Those methods reached critical mass in Cali and gave them total control, a situation that is only reversible at the hands of the red majority there. And it is a microcosm of what they want and what they are doing across the Republic…again only stoppable and reversible by our own hand, or if necessary our trigger fingers.

  • Deplorable B Woodman

    Today’s comic is funny. The banter back and forth.
    If one of the twins DOES decide to open a “heteronormatives only” lemonade stand, papa Zed had best be nearby. LGBTABCXYZ “Others” may make up only 2% of the population, but their enablers and followers (Libtard DilldoCrats) make up another 45%, and they tend to NOT have a sense of humor.

    *this is from The Mittster’s “47%” statement during his 2012 campaign. Yeah, yeah, I know, he was talking about a different set of people, but it sounds good anyway.

  • Delilah T

    Real lemonade is made in a quart Mason jar with sliced lemons, chunky ice, a small amount of sugar, good fresh water, and a milkshake can**. Fill ‘er up, put the milkshake can on top of the quart jar, start shaking it hard until you see some lemon bits floating in there and then pout it into a tall glass, ice and all.

    **If you can’t find the milkshake can because no one will loan you theirs from the milkshake machine, put a regular canning lid and band on the quart jar and shake it hard.

    This stuff is really good and refreshing when not too heavily sugared in the summertime. Too much sugar just makes you more thirsty. Pounding the lemon slices with rinds this way gets more flavor into it. Yes, you can use limes instead of lemons, or in addition to lemons. Good stuff.

    • JTC

      Sounds great D, but what do you put in to make lemoade? πŸ˜‰

      • Delilah T

        Lemo-ade is made by Space Aliens and Wimmin Who Lie About Stuff,… which would be the skanky skank trying to derail someone’s appointment to SCOTUS now. It just gets juicier and juicier as it goes… like watching a blender puree ice and strawberries, except that will be tasty and The Other Stuff is like rotten cabbages.

        Curioser and curioser, said Alice.

      • JTC

        Well shoot, CM fixed it…that’s fine for the lemons, but what about the lemo’s?

        (A riff on the old truckstop urinal graffiti…)

        “I love grils!”

        “You mean girls!”

        “What about us grils?”

    • Punta Gorda

      Psst… the citric acid acts as a catalyst to cleave the sucrose molecules into simple sugars. Drop of lemon juice in your mash makes fermentation much quicker by letting the yeast go straight to work rather that having to fight through the sucrose itself.

  • Richard

    The “Apple” in The Garden was not an apple, it was a fruit from the “Tree of Knowledge”. And no one except The BIG GUY knows what the fruit really was.

    • Quit being so picky on that. While a true statement, most use “apple” as the fruit Eve ate and then passed along. A lot quicker than “fruit from the tree of knowledge”. Sheesh, this place is fun, thoughtful, and somewhat educational. Not necessarily strictly educational. (Where’s that facepalm emoji?)

      • Pamela

        Apple Pie anyone…

        • Deplorable B Woodman

          Sounds better than “Fruit From the Tree of Knowledge Pie”.

  • Richard

    Are you kidding? This WAS fun!

  • Delilah T

    Just a question, because of what is stirring in Foggy Bottom: I’ve done stupid and sometimes embarrassing things. We have probably all done such things But what I did was not harmful to anyone, just embarrassing to me.
    So what is it about the lefthand side of the Mugwump fence that makes it so necessary for the lefties – whatever you want to call them – to start acting like rabid dogs or a pack of starving coyotes? (Hyenas have better manners.)
    They seem to be so wrapped up in this desperate need to “scam” the hearings on Kavanaugh that they seem to be scrambling up the side of a very muddy hill – three claw marks up, two slashing clawmarks down, then try again.
    I don’t get it, but I’m aware of it – very aware – and wonder if they have even a vague concept of how much damage they are doing to themselves.
    I know some of this is to delay things until after the mid-term elections, but local police (Bethesda, MD) have said ‘no investigation’ and the statute of limitations has long since run out on that broad, so how much more do they intend to embarrass themselves?
    Is it possible that Di-Fi could pop a gasket over this idiocy?

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