Day By Day


  • Too+Tall

    Well played, Sam. Well played indeed!

  • DogByte6RER


    Wash … Rinse … Repeat.

  • NotYetInACamp

    Good parents. Weird. But good.

  • NotYetInACamp

    The children must be educated to stop the national and world lock down planned by those who “know” that it is their destiny to tell you what to do and to exploit and control those children’s future world. Build back tyrant is coming this way. On a fast Democrat track.
    Any means they achieve it is OK to them. They have panned for generations for this. I like that Fox is finally getting some things correct these days. I hope in time.

    • Roger

      I really fear it’s too late. Too many have been brainwashed, especially those recently going to Democrat Programming, i.e. “school”.

      My sister was trying to tell a liberal friend about Biden groping and sticking his face in the hair of women and children, and this friend actually didn’t believe it!!! My sister brought up a video that showed many incidents and the friend claimed it was faked!!!

      If a reasonably intelligent, middle aged woman is that far gone, what about millions of children that have been raised with the media, school and often parents, that regurgitate the leftist lies?

      I bet many have never been exposed to the truth, and like my sister’s friend, even if they were, they’re taught that it’s a trick by the evil, Trump supporting Deplorables!

      We are visitors, locked in an asylum, where the inmates have taken over. Reason, logic and truth will not work, and the inmates can’t even do what’s in their own best interest…

      • steveb919

        I am your enemy? Because I tell the truth?

        • “During times of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act.” ― George Orwell

          Zar Belk!

      • “Some ideas are so stupid that only intellectuals believe them.” ― George Orwell

        Zar Belk!

        • NotYetInACamp

          So. All of you appear to be stating that “BUILD BACK TYRANT” has been working well for the tyrants attempting to control our nation and our world.
          Let’s go Brandon.
          Let’s go Biden.
          Let’s go tyrants.

      • Halley

        Your last paragraph perfectly describes my last 22 months.

  • Lucius Severus Pertinax

    Thedifference between raining Boys and Girls, is that with a Daughter, you try to keep her from getting Screwed; with a Son, you try to keep him from Screwing himself.

  • Mike-SMO

    Remember that children/teens are genetically determined to believe that adults ain’t right, except for that crazy old Aunt Edna or Uncle Ernny. Just be careful with your delivery and “odd” will be magically understood and remembered. “Bank Shots” are tough at the best of times.

  • On another note, I have a direction refusing teen living in my house. He is adopted and also my great nephew. Be that as it may.
    He asked me how to attach two disparate pieces of metal together and the subject of welding came up. So we went to my shop.
    I pulled out the 125v tack welder and the small oxy-acytelene rig I have and we used both on some scrap.

    He said “This could bear a lot of fun!”

    We are now looking into trade schools and such……. Hope springs eternal.

    • Bill G

      A welder I know once commented in my hearing that a welder is only out of work if he wants to be.

    • Browncoat57

      Welding is an art. I worked as a union pipefitter for 15 years and have seen some good ones but could never learn to weld pipe. Bill G is correct in that assessment. Same for plumbers, HVAC techs, mechanics, electricians, etc.
      Mike Rose’s message is right on target.

    • NotYetInACamp

      I mostly welded when there was no welder available. Mostly galvanized pipe or structural steel. Thank goodness there was grinding and painting to even it out when I did not flow it smoothly. You don’t want me welding aluminum. Good welders are a gift to production.
      At times it was a lot of fun. No business would hire me as a welder. It was our or my business when I did have to weld when no welder was available. The welders were paid well. That is knowing a building skill that is enjoyable. I wish him well. It can be a good life.

  • Richard

    I can just imagine the first time the girls bring a guy to a family gathering and the family friends say to the boys,”Pssstttt….you know that their father is a sniper?”

    • William Henry

      I was known as the gun guy when my daughter’s where in high school 15-20 years back, they where scared to bring a guy home.

      Funny I didn’t have a problem with that.

    • Son Of A Valkyrie

      Friend of mine had three daughters. I asked him how many times was he cleaning his guns when the boys came by. “Everytime.”, he said.

  • William Henry

    It’s tough nowadays, I started the gun culture conditioning with my son at the age of 5. It was a Red Ryder BB gun then a Remington Nylon 66 .22 rifle.

    Now at the age of 25 he’s got a gun safe full of interesting toys including a AR15, AR10 and a FAL in 308.

  • @Roger,

    You can’t win a Leftist over. Once those beliefs have become a part of who they are, they’re lost.

    You still engage, argue and discuss with them to redpill the spectators. On one side, you have the spittle-flinging, apoplectic, talking-point shouter, while on the other side there’s you, calmly applying consistency, logic, second-order thinking and reason.

    • DCE

      Mark, not always.

      I have seen the transformation of the eldest daughter of a close friend, seeing her at her worst – a card-carrying socialist who believed capitalism needed to be destroyed in order for paradise to exist – into a moderate, and now moving towards being a conservative. All she needed was a dose of reality, meaning the proverbial conversional ‘mugging’ by reality. (She had a number of experiences which I do not need to go into. I’ll just say they were a slap in the face for her.)

      Some time ago we got into a discussion about ‘woke’ and I presented her with my take on it, that being the ‘woke’ were desperate for a cause, either finding something trivial and blowing it all out of proportion, or finding something to be offended about on the behalf of people who weren’t offended by whatever that something was and in the process offending the very people on whose behalf they were being offended. Her jaw dropped and I could almost see the wheels turning in her mind. She then responded by laughing and stating “I had never thought of it that way!”

      Mind you, I understand this is the exception that proves the rule, but it does prove that it can be done.

    • JTC

      A well restored ‘66 Impala droptop is worth north of 100G these days, that one would be worth a lot more.

      Yes it’s just an ad but the memories it stirs, and the deep hurt inside and knowing that those days are done are as real as it gets.

    • WayneM

      My eyeballs were sweating a bit…

    • Pamela

      Half a box of tissues later…

    • CDR 215

      Me too…

    • cb

      Dang, Chris… that dust is contagious, thanks.

    • Kafiroon

      Well Rats. I really do not like remembering those days as all the memories that will never live again. It took me a while to drive home after seeing Ford vs. Ferrari
      as a few friends and I were connected with some of that. Then I remembered Andy Granatelli and had to laugh at him and us driving side by side at 80 mph exchanging stories and brochures.
      Dang, I worked on the assembly line at Janesville, WI.
      when the 66’s were built. Had to pay for Univ. studies.

    • merle

      Yes it did!!!

    • NotYetInACamp

      That was a great story. The wind blew the dust around here, also.

  • Buck

    Those memories aren’t done until you are. And there’s always someone to remember . . .those.

  • Hardball

    A few years ago a rather lib guy I know was ranting about Grover N. being the most dangerous guy around. I asked him if he heard of G Soros. Who? he said.

  • PCChaos

    We gotta hope we all have a love like that in our lives. Sweating eyeballs? No, I’m weeping. This has been a good day. Laugh, love, cry…Thanks Chris.

    • NotYetInACamp

      Or as they would say in 3rd Rock from the Sun, “My eyes are leaking!”
      It is so very human.

  • John+D.+Egbert

    The toon; the comments; OUTSTANDING!

    • John+D.+Egbert

      Bravo Zulu ALCON.


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