Day By Day

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  • DogByte6RER

    Narcissism, mirrors, revolutionary social justice warriors … this all reminds me of that Twilight Zone episode “The Mirror” starring Peter Falk as a banana republic Castro-like dictator.

    Reference: https://twilightzone.fandom.com/wiki/The_Mirror

  • Kafiroon

    Canaries in the coal mine die First!
    Fist to die of the Fascist.

  • JTC

    The irony of it all escapes them.

    Meanwhile, such a sweet red slash down there, what a perspective!

    • Punta Gorda

      Carpet matches the drapes. 😀

      • WayneM

        From God’s hand to Chris’s computer…

  • My Way or -->

    I will count the days until they start to turn on each other.

    It is the way of these things.

    • interventor

      Omar’s attacking Brennan.

    • My Way or -->

      So soon? Keep track. That’s 1 down, many to go.

  • Fox2!

    Place where I worked in Melbourne had an annual infestation of Sand Hill Cranes. Several of whom would promptly begin challenging their reflections in the mirrored glass in the doorways. Entertaining.

    • NotYetInACamp

      My computer shut down and ate a nice comparison between Sandhill Cranes that I made with The Franklin School at Columbia University and near the beach paradise at Malibu. Also I compared communists and the ones I knew as a child.
      When there were only 27 Sandhill Cranes in Florida from a successful attempt to have more than one population of them they were interesting to sometimes see when we passed by Fisheating Creek and US 27 when I was a kid. Same with the commies at their hall across the street on Miami Beach.
      The Franklin School participated in creating the destruction that is much of the West Coast and East Coast cities.Both were protected. Both thrived. They are no longer interesting. They are a nuisance and worse now.
      It used to be ‘that we would defend their right to say what we disagreed with to our own death.’
      Now it is Kamala, The Squad of Squids, and others that are still protected, but they say ‘ that when we disagree with them or work against them we must be punished and placed on their lists to ensure that punishment.’

      Sometimes one can be too protective.
      There is still much work Americans can do to protect our nation and ourselves.
      The fraud must be exposed and stopped. For Americans.

  • Grunt GI

    This is what pisses me off the most. Their smug self righteous arrogance and misplaced sense of moral superiority.

    In reality their ignorance is not only terminal, but they’re trying to take the whole country down because of their feelings.

    • eon

      They’ve lived their entire lives in a bubble in which everybody tells each other how wonderful, superior and perfect they are.

      And in which hating and loathing “deplorables” is what makes them feel good about themselves. “I’m not one of them.”

      It’s a philosophy which inevitably creates not merely narcissists, but megalomaniacs.

      From there, it’s just a short step to creating “elimination lists”.

      Or, as a certain Argentine dictator put it,

      “First we will kill those who opposed us.

      “Then we will kill those who did not support us.

      “Next we will kill the timid.

      “And finally all the rest.”

      -Leopoldo Galtieri, 1980.

      You don’t have to guess which side this lot rooted for during the Falklands War. After all, they really, really didn’t like Mrs. Thatcher.

      clear ether

      eon

  • Pete231

    Keep the Faith ! There could be an early Christmas this time ’round……..

  • epador

    There are a multitude of Personality Disorders, besides NPD, that seem to attract the Marxist-Progressive movement.

    • eon

      Eon’s First Law

      Human beings choose to follow belief systems, religious, political, or otherwise, which sanctify the sort of actions they would do anyway. The belief system just lets them feel self-righteous about what they want to do to others.

      It’s not that the “movement” looks for people with such disordered minds. It’s that such people are looking for a “movement” which encourages them to indulge the behaviors and thought patterns they’re already enamored of.

      If you add in people who have literally been born and raised in such an environment, the results can range from deadly to apocalyptic.

      clear ether

      eon

      • My Way or -->

        Well, there is the possibility that if they follow that train of thought, they may, and likely will, turn on each other and…. just get out of their way. The edge of that cliff is not too far away.

  • PaulS

    Too much of anything is toxic, including good self image.

    • Grunt GI

      Except for Nekkid DBD women. There’s no such thing as too much of that.

      • Paul

        HUUUUUUUUUU-AAAAAAAAAAaa

  • JIMV

    Of all tyrannies, a tyranny sincerely exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive. It would be better to live under robber barons than under omnipotent moral busybodies. The robber baron’s cruelty may sometimes sleep, his cupidity may at some point be satiated; but those who torment us for our own good will torment us without end for they do so with the approval of their own conscience.
    – C. S. Lewis (1898 – 1963)

    • JTC

      We’re good then.

      There is no morality, no sincerity, no desire to do good, and no conscience but for self-preservation.

      So, Robber Barons it is, Fuck Yeah! We can destroy them with clear conscience ourselves that we have attacked only pure evil with no redeeming qualities at all.

  • Roland Deschain

    Sam, if you would hand me the soap, I will thoroughly wash you down. No need for a washcloth, I’ll just use my hands!

    • Halley

      Some time ago someone here wrote something to the effect that “the survival of the Trump presidency will ultimately depend on the integrity of the courts and the loyalty of the military”. I can’t recall who, ahem, but it sure was prescient…

      With all the latest MSM-censored breaking news, I am feeling more confident and elated than I have since Nov. 3. There is just no possible way PDT did not know and was not totally prepared for this Coup Endgame. Cue: theme song to The Sting, with popping champaign bottles for all.

      And um, here’s hoping some inspiring hottubs with First Lady have helped keep PDT inspired through it all… ; )

  • JTC

    Someone else (ahem) stated on 11/4 that if they successfully (albeit temporarily) stole PA that the election would go to SCOTUS…we will see what the next fifteen days brings, but yeah Judge Amy will have her say. Talk about prescience. getting her in that position was all that and a bag of chips…or popcorn, for us to munch as we enjoy the show.

    And speaking of *that*, I am enjoying the show at the tub, but not nearly as much as Z will when he gets to munching. 😉

  • Pamela

    Is that a bar of soap or a condom…

    • nonncom

      Irish Spring…..

      • Pamela

        Eww. Dr Bronner’s Pepperment soap.

        • Henry

          “So that we may all be perfect, All-In-One, like Mark Spitz!”

          I loved reading Dr. Bronner labels in the ‘60s. It was like reddit on a soap bottle.

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