Day By Day


  • JTC

    Holy shit, this here place do have some plot twists and turns…kinda like RL.

    • JTC

      Sure enjoy the former a lot more than the latter lately. Maybe the Artiste could script us a new reality; if leftists can create a false one why can’t we?

    • steveb919

      It’s getting hard for me to keep up and I read this everyday.

  • merle

    Ooohhh, surprise!

  • Kafiroon

    So the Blond Kiko is not related.

  • DogByte6RER

    So what does her 23 and Me or results reveal?

    Scandinavian ancestry? White Russian? Swiss Miss? Gaelic or Celtic? California Girl?!?

    Come on … show the results!

  • Henry

    Well, then, it’s settled. She gets permanent tenancy of the south farmhouse, with all the ammo and battle she can enjoy.
    (Unless the last fire was too extensive, that would be a shame.)

    • Henry

      Oops. I thought the last word bubble was Mia, not Naomi. That puts a different slant on what’s happening.

  • ExNuke

    Being a “parent” has little or nothing to do with which two gametes got together to make a gamete, it’s a heart and mind thing. When you’ve gone to extremes to save a stray cat or dog or person you don’t dump it on the side of a county road to fend for itself if you ever want to look in a mirror. I’m sure there is a Heinlein quote about that but I’m not going to look for it tonight (there’s one of his quotes for damn near every situation).

    • Drew

      “Being a mother is an attitude, not a biological relation.”
      ― Robert A. Heinlein, Have Space Suit—Will Travel

    • madCat

      Absolutely. My two daughters are mine in all ways but blood. I could and would literally kill (or die) protecting them. It’s a forever thing.

    • “It’s not a custody battle.”

      Oh it really is.

      A lot invested in that girl not just recently but over the last 23 years.

      As someone said downthread, there may still be a biological child out there somewhere so that gnawing question and emotional investment continues.

      But Mia is just as much their child even though not biological and even though not chronological…and while her life heretofore has been tragic, it has sure taken a turn for the better. She is one lucky adopted daughter.

  • cz93x62

    I am glad I have no money riding on this outcome.

  • James Gemind

    Mia can stay with me…

  • Lucius Severus Pertinax

    “…Buenos Aires in the Summers.”

    Um… WHICH Summers? Northern or Southern Hemisphere?

    • Browncoat57

      Right? I sponsor three kids through Compassion International and was writing them letters the other day and mentioned that summer was ending and I was looking forward to cooler temperatures and was about to ask if they felt the same, but then…

      Two are in Peru and Bolivia and the other in equatorial Africa so…

    • Henry

      The Texas summers, hopefully. Having a choice, who would come back here for those, instead of the winters?

  • Bill Ewing

    I’m lost!

  • Too Tall

    “K, we all confused….” – from Men in Black II

    Zed is speaking in the yellow word bubbles, and Naomi is speaking in the two white word bubbles NOT attributed to Mia.

    Zed thinks he is participating in a logical discussion about Mia’s future. Naomi, who literally went to hell and back to get Mia, is and has been Heinlein’s definition of a mother. Emotional doesn’t even begin to cover it…. And having recently survived a car ride with Sam calmly discussing “How to Murder Your Husband,” Zed now blunders into a battle with Naomi?

    Apparently some guys just can’t deal with peace and quiet.

    Or did Zed just “draw” a picture of a button?

    Regardless, Mia now knows she is wanted, welcomed, and loved.

  • Browncoat57

    Her comment reminds me of John Travolta’s angel character in the film, ‘Michael’.

    Just don’t put her head to head with Tabasco.

    • Too Tall

      Tabasco is smart enough to know when to gallantly withdraw.

    • John M.

      So, I m not the only one that had that scene come to mind…

      …and Naomi v. Tabasco? Could end up the same way as Michael v. The Bull! You never know with that lady…

  • AngryToxicDeplorable-PaulS

    Mama Mia?!?

  • Mike-SMO

    Worrisome about how she “lit up” on the word “battle”. Something will come screaming out of the dark…… Incoming!

    • Wood

      We’re in for battles aplenty. Just like the swarms from south of the border, the Afghans brought in by the biden admin are vanishing into the interior. While Americans and others remain trapped. These recent bring-backs are already being charged with violent crimes against women, whether their “wives” they brought with or American women. It’s shameful.

    • Henry

      Now that I understand that the last bubble was Naomi and not Mia, it looks like she’s not brightening up at “battle,” but at having two groups of people who want to “belong to her.”

  • Lt. Col. Stuart Scheller has been reportedly charged with six violations of the Uniform Code of Military Justice and will face trial by court-martial on Oct. 14. According to the Army Times, he has been charged with Article 88 (contempt toward officials), Article 89 (disrespect toward superior commissioned officers), Article 90 (willfully disobeying a superior commissioned officer), Article 92 (dereliction in the performance of duties), Article 92 (failure to obey order or regulation), and Article 133 (conduct unbecoming an officer and a gentleman). Stuart Scheller’s father, Stu Scheller Sr., said support from fellow Americans will greatly help his son. The Marine Corps will “win the battle.”
    “But America is going to help Stuart win the war,” he said.

    • Unca Walt

      There’s griping… and there is dereliction of duty.

      This guy didn’t gripe — HE ADVERTISED.

      There is a (military) world of legal difference between the two.

      • Important lesson for Patriot Mil Men…

        Resign commission first, tell the truth later. And maybe run for office based on both. Got my vote, for what it’s worth.

    • Wood

      88 & 89, check. I’m “guilty” of the same. And yet, is it not respectful to hold these “leaders” to the highest standard?
      90, check. And yet, is it not duty to disobey unlawful orders?
      92 & 113, no way. He was doing his duty. “Upper management” failed.

      But I have a bit of an anti authoritarian streak… regardless of which party is f*cking things up.

    • madCat

      They missed one —Article 134, the Catch-All Article (if it isn’t illegal anywhere else, it’s illegal herein); Total disrespect for a former Commander-In-Chief. He lost my support with that last one. In any case, the gov’t has a strong case against him but is being spiteful and petty in pursuing it. As with the 1/6 witch-hunt, he is being made an example.

    • Occasional Commenter

      This means Zed and Naomi still have a child out in the world, somewhere.

      • AngryToxicDeplorable-PaulS

        Or the wristband was taken off a deceased baby 🙁

    • Henry

      Like it or not, we would serve ourselves best by massing a relatively huge “totally-peaceful” demonstration outside the gate of wherever the first day of his trial is going to be.
      Let the perfumed princes understand well that the truth, and not the narrative, is what has America’s support.

  • ComeAndTakeIt

    I am also a Compassion International child sponsor. Thanks for sponsoring three children! It is a great charity and an easy way to help better the world.

  • Richard

    Maybe we can escape this reality by going to the universe without the “J”.

    • Halley

      ; ) I’m in if Deety’s in…

  • Son Of A Valkyrie

    Speaking as an adoptee, Love IS thicker than genetics!

    • Arkay

      My cousins who were adopted are my cousins. Period. Genetics be damned.

      However, DNA did identify a first cousin who was adopted out at birth, and we confirmed it when he sent a photo (he looks exactly like all the other males in that line). We immediately welcomed him into the family, and pretty much blew his mind with all the relatives he now has.

      When a cousin located her birth mother to get medical background, we adopted Mom. She’s part of our family now.

      Love is definitely thicker than genetics.

      • NotYetInACamp

        The right thing.

  • Halley

    Just guessing, but the formerly Noble academy may have just figured out a way to give the literature prize to BLM. On a better note, the Swedes have stopped the ”vaccines” for children and youth. Bravo!!! What sayeth PDT?

    • “What sayeth PDT?”

      “Send Money!”

      Otherwise, not shiteth.

  • Kafiroon

    Just decided on some new words courtesy of Glen Filthie.
    I’ve seen Branch Covidians before, but I like adding “devout”.
    Now “pure bloods” would be those of us that have not destroyed our immune systems and had our blood look insane under microscopes.

    • Henry

      “Pure bloods” carries a bit of that “Aryan” ring that you may not want to adopt unless you mean it.

  • cb

    Adopted 3 over many years, all more productive citizens than yours truly. It’ll be interesting to see who if anyone Mia’s DNA sample leads to. ~ Slightly off topic:

    • NotYetInACamp

      the stone hit

  • NotYetInACamp

    off topic, but not as it effects all
    covidland premier.

  • Pamela

    Please tell that Hunter Biden wasn’t playing fast and loose years ago in the middle east…
    Where’s the Grown up Baby that belongs to the bracelet?

    • NotYetInACamp

      The unanswered question.


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