Day By Day

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  • Henry

    Well, that certainly pushes MY buttons.

  • JTC

    Full blown meltdown, baby…

    All systems are go, and all defenses are no.

  • Toxic Deplorable B Woodman

    I guessed correctly yesterday, an updated adult version of John Wayne and Maureen O’Hara, “McClintock”, near the end of the movie, where Maureen ends up down to her petticoats running through the town.
    Or possibly another John/Maureen classic, “The Quiet Man”.

    Anatoly and Naomi, NOT coming to a big screen near you.

    • MasterDiver

      I always wondered whet she whispered to him at that closing scene! );-D

      Zar Belk!

      • The 300

        According to the “making of” feature on the DVD, no one knows. All we know is that it was something rude to surprise the Duke and get the reaction out of him that it did.

        It’s almost that time of the year to watch the movie.

  • Toxic Deplorable B Woodman

    Naomi may not be radioactive, but she IS hot.
    Think they’ll get another child out of this “reset”?

    • kadaka

      Are they out out of that “Irish twin” window yet?

  • Toxic Deplorable B Woodman

    From the second frame, I can only imagine what Big Red Button ‘Toly is pressing.

  • Not the swimming hole, but it’ll do til then…

    • WayneM

      For now… but the swimming hole is getting lonely…

  • Fox2!

    Quiet Man – as Thornton is drawing Kate though the village, one of the women gives him a stick to beat “the lovely lady” with.

    • Lucius Severus Pertinax

      My FAVORITE John Wayne movie!

      • MasterDiver

        ZAR BELK!

    • Sam

      One of his best, as he was actually acting. Most of his other roles over the years were just Duke being Duke, with different character names.

  • PaulS

    Launch sequence engaged!

  • GWB

    Excellent!

  • nonncom

    And they say men search for that button for years before finding it….ladies?….

  • Pete231

    Button, button… who’s got the button ?

  • kadaka

    In need of a reset button, here’smore AOC wisdom:

    “And so, it’s not to say you get rid of agriculture. It’s not to say we’re going to force everybody to go vegan or anything crazy like that. But it’s to say, listen, we’ve got to address factory farming. Maybe we shouldn’t be eating a hamburger for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Like, let’s keep it real,” she continued.

    Has she never worked second shift? Do you know anyone who can drive while eating a salad?

    • NotYetInACamp

      They were totally wrong on the Russian collusion made up lies. ColRussian,
      Time to distract from Russians.
      Maybe its a distraction by handing good people a unanimous Supreme Court decision on civil forfeitures that we like as a start.
      State tyranny against people by non incorporation of the limitations on the states.
      … …
      And on Wednesday, every justice agreed that the 14th Amendment applies the guarantee against excessive fines to the states. In her majority opinion, Ginsburg traced the right back to the Magna Carta through the English Bill of Rights and the Virginia Declaration of Rights, all of which heavily influenced the U.S. Constitution. By the time the 14th Amendment was ratified, 35 of the 37 states explicitly barred excessive fines. And during debate over ratification, congressmen noted that Southern states were using punitive fines to subjugate newly freed blacks. The framers of the 14th Amendment plainly intended to incorporate the Excessive Fines Clause to rein in these “harsh inflictions … almost reenacting slavery.”

      “In short,” Ginsburg wrote, surveying this evidence, “the historical and logical case for concluding that the Fourteenth Amendment incorporates the Excessive Fines Clause is overwhelming.” She also swatted down Indiana’s fallback argument that the clause does not apply to proceedings over an individual’s property, holding that these forfeitures still qualify as “fines” that trigger constitutional scrutiny.

      —-
      And now the lawsuits to limit state abuses are open to be filed in federal courts. Mazel tov, da.

      • JTC

        Is there poetry in justice? There is, and sometimes irony too.

        In her writing for the court and its unanimous ruling, McDonald v. Chicago is cited multiple times to reinforce provisions and precedents.

        That right there might just bite that bitch in her gnarly wrinkled old ass sometime soon. Even the smartest of socialists sometimes miss the potential of the rule of unintended consequences and end up strengthening that which they abhor in the course of arguing for that which they embrace. Heh.

  • NotYetInACamp

    The Quiet Man. McClintock. любовник Cha Cha Chernobyl.
    They’ve gone hot….
    Reset commenced.

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