Day By Day

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  • kadaka

    Any powder to knock down the scalp shine?

  • I can see where some might want that. I’m looking SO forward to watching the Feebs fry.

    • JTC

      cmb, TOS suspension from wordpress?

      I had thought they were a bit less censory than most…

      Good job!

      • I don’t know what I said, but it must have been good. Ah well, I still have my pages at outlawblogger, FB, and whatever I may say at YT.

      • NotYetInACamp

        I am jealous as I have been slacking. I haven’t had any good censoring in two years.
        I usually try to make it so the SJWs have no clue as to what was said as they don’t know the words or concepts.
        TOS suspension.
        I salute you.

  • interventor

    I suspect embarrassment, muy mucho, rather than blood. Chris has proven he’s a master of asymmetrical warfare of the mind.

  • JTC

    Three damn choppers? Shit. Like I said before, Zed ranks.

    • Toxic Deplorable B Woodman

      Shoot at the rotor shaft. Or the engine air intake on top of the body. Any helicopter’s weak spot. Bring it down without crashing it. Fragile and delicate things, ‘choppers are.

      • Fox2!

        “Fragile and delicate things….”

        A collection of parts flying in loose formation.

        • MasterDiver

          As opposed to the venerable B-52, often referred to as “A collection of parts flying in Close Formation” GO BUFF!

          Zar Belk!

          • Norm

            I believe that was applied to “old shaky”, the C-124 Globemaster. I got a ride in one and sat along the outside of the cargo compartment, looking up the inside of the fuselage. I could see the whole thing wiggling as we puttered along.

            Never heard it applied to the B-52. And that’d “buf” not “Buff”.

          • Gary S

            Good ol BUFF. Expected to have a service life of almost 100 years with the upgrades.
            It’s not your father’s USAF but it could be your grandfather’s ( closing in on great grandfather’s) B-52

          • Christopher Cole

            Worked the B-52G 320th BW(H). Just remember, bombs dropped from a B-52 are very accurate – they ALWAYS hit the ground.

          • Too Tall

            The grandmother of the last pilot to fly a B-52 has not yet been born.

        • John D. Egbert

          I have it on good authority that helicopters do not/cannot fly. They set up an unsympathetic vibration with the earth and the earth rejects them.

        • John

          Not flying.
          Beating the air into submission.

      • eon

        Lose the rotor shaft Jesus nut, it crashes. Hitting the oil cooler in the engine housing is the best target for a less-than-lethal takedown. (That’s one of the few things they got right in the movie Blue Thunder.)

        Lose the tail rotor, the most vulnerable weak point on a helo, and a crash landing is still doable, but everybody aboard will be really dizzy and probably motion-sick when it finally stops.

        (Ask any Pedro about LTA- Loss of Tailrotor Authority. More common on the ’60 than you might think.)

        clear ether

        eon

    • Too Tall

      Given the skill level and currency of the Federal Bureau of Incompetents’ pilots, formation flight is defined as “same day, same way.” They are not so good at night or instrument flying either. Three helos in close proximity yields a high probability of a fireball in 3…2…1….

      • John D. Egbert

        More precisely, “Same Day, Same Course, Same Time Zone . . .”

      • Toxic Deplorable B Woodman

        “Twilight Zone, The Movie”

  • Toxic Deplorable B Woodman

    “This is……CNN”
    Need to come up with a new slogan befitting their new status as FiBbIe “butt buddies” in “the stack”.
    Cornhole Something Something

    Hey, gimme a break. It’s late, my bed time. I may be able to come up with something better tomorrow.

    • kadaka

      CNN: Relevant As Ever

      Although I’m also fond of Finding Truth In Darkness, dovetails nicely with WaPo’s latest slogan.

  • JTC

    “CNN’s ability to capture the arrest of Roger Stone was the result of determined reporting and interpreting clues revealed in the course of events. That’s called journalism.”

    So what do they call this one? Let me suggest “suicide mission”.

    • TomZ.

      And if you believe that, I have some land in Arizona for sale. It is along the Pacific coast.

      • Bill G

        Cool. Would you be interesting in swapping for my orange grove? Magnificent view, since it’s at about 12,000 feet in the Montana Absarokas.

        • MasterDiver

          How about a nice beach front cottage in Atwater, CA. At least it will be, once the BIG ONE hits. 😉

          Zar Belk!

          • Old Codger

            Actually, the”big one” on the San Andreas” would not result in ocean front property in Arizona (sorry, Lex). Slippage on the San Andreas is (IMS) south to north. I’d be as tickled as any of you to see L. A. ,S.F, S.D., and Malibu slide into the Pacific but it ain’t happening.

      • Pretty soon, hopefully. You’ve heard the stories of plate drift, pole movement, etc? I don’t care whether they sink, just detach.

    • eon

      “…And being invited along by the FBI for maximum propaganda value.”

      Keep in mind that the Bureau has been playing the news media like a harp from Hell going back to J. Edgar’s early years. Melvin Purvis once stated that a lot of FBI busts were gauged for maximum newsreel impact. And that was back in the Thirties.

      The whole FBI TV series with Efrem Zimbalist Jr. was basically a Bureau PR op. It may have looked like Dragnet, but it was about as realistic as Lost in Space. The main purpose was to get J.Edgar his once-a-month five minute “fireside chat” with the American viewing public. Once he was dead, so was the show.

      The FBI uses CNN and etc. about the way the KGB used to use Pravda. And the newsies are OK with that as long as the Bureau is run by “like-minded progressives”, which it has been since Herbert Hoover was POTUS.

      clear ether

      eon

      • John D. Egbert

        There’s a new one — amazingly titled “FBI” airing right now on network TV. More women, including the SAIC and the main field agent character. Otherwise the MO is the same.

        • eon

          I look at TV today and it consists mainly of bad “re-imaginings” of TV shows from the Sixties that were never very good to begin with, like Lost In Space.

          Oh, BTW, they’re re-doing Frank Herbert’s Dune again, too.

          Hollywood is so completely out of ideas that they might as well go back to making Mack Sennett “Keystone Cops” shorts.

          clear ether

          eon

      • Old Codger

        Re: the FBI using CNN the way the KGB used Pravda, I can’t remember which was which but one of them (Pravda or Izvestia) meant “Truth” while the other meant “News”. Supposedly there was a saying in the old Soviet Union that went something like “In Pravda there is no Izvestia and in Izvestia there is no Pravda.”

  • Pamela

    A murrain upon them

    • Wood

      Had to look that one up. As a geologist, I’ll wish a moraine upon them. Should keep the infection localized as long as no one sets a well.

      • Old Codger

        I would have put it (and actually HAVE in the past) more like “A pox upon them and the entire diseased line from which they sprang!”

  • Saturn V

    Mercutio could not have spoken more plainly.

    • Too Tall

      The comments are priceless. The progtards do a superb job of once again proving that Einstein was correct: Stupidity is the most abundant element in the universe.

    • Henry

      Pooh, it’s gone. What did it say?

      • kadaka

        There was presumably a woman who was quite upset about video showing a young boy at a gun show demonstrating how he knows how to fully use a semi-automatic assault weapon. The tweet was then “ratioed” into oblivion with hundreds of comments by those pointing out the 4-yr old was merely cycling a bolt-action with “ugly black gun” barrel shroud and adjustable buttstock. And many discussions about the importance of teaching the sprouts gun safety and use vs putting them in cryogenic storage until the coming gun-free violence-free socialist utopia.

        Found the original tweet with video, it’s so cute.
        https://twitter.com/_Kendalljones_/status/992915100083343364

  • Pete231

    A couple of well-aimed rounds through the tail rotor blades will induce enough of an out of balance condition in the drive system to cause copious amounts of rectal leakage in the pilots’ flight suits. I know of this syndrome from my experiences in the S/E Asian Conflict, 2nd Place Club……..

  • Bill G

    The publicized arrest of Roger Stone, as opposed to simply having his attorney walk him into a federal office, was yet another demonstration that if you go to work for President Trump the Injustice Department and the Democrat Media Complex will work to destroy and humiliate you.
    I want to see what’s being done here to turn the tables.

    • Tagg

      I wish something was being done, but we now live in a police state and no longer have the upper hand, nor an ace up our sleeve. If our own military refuses to fight against its own citizens, then maybe… Just maybe.

      • Old Codger

        Don’t bet on most Armed Forces members refusing to obey unlawful orders. My experience, from talking with many service members through the years, is that most have been so indoctrinated to trust the chain of command that they will not question any order they are given. Their internet is closely monitored that they do not DARE go to a website such as Oathkeepers.

  • SACisBACK

    ““A collection of parts flying in Close Formation” GO BUFF”
    B-52H – The Aluminum Overcast
    Guaranteed delivery from 45,000 feet to your door

    Tonight’s forecast: Pain
    Continued mostly painful tonight, with scattered injuries and gut wounds about daybreak.

    • John

      I had a friend who built a B-52 model. It was amazingly detailed and even had nose art.
      It was a depiction of a pizza. Around it the legend said: We Deliver Try Our Mushrooms

    • Old Codger

      I thought it was the B-36 that was called the “aluminum overcast”. All I ever heard the Bravo 52 called was BUFF (BIG Ugly Fat F***er.

  • Halley

    If it weren’t for the still delectable Brooke Baldwin, the only remaining reason to turn on CNN would be for the sheer enjoyment of watching the constant implosion of Democrat heads.

  • Jim Smith

    Very good panel Chris. As usual, both funny and super-topical. Go get’em guy!

  • CaptDMO

    Conversely, the constant explodie of heads, and chronic self-soiling can be seen by tuning to MSNBC.

  • Pamela

    Did they get this particular crew transferred in from San Francisco or Vegas…
    Touching up make-up prior to a raid? Hmm. Strange. Or, maybe subconsciously they want to look good for their 15 minutes of infamy.

    • Too Tall

      “15 minutes of infamy.” That is SO stolen.

      Comestibles, murrain, as usual, you are on top of your game and on a roll.

      • JTC

        I’m a wordie, though apparently in the presence of a master.

        Can’t wait for tomorrow’s WOTD. 🙂

    • Warhorse

      In fairness to reporter, from everything that I’ve heard or read, it requires a fair amount of makeup just to look human for a TV camera, never mind actually looking good. The surprising thing is that he doesn’t have his own.

  • Exgunman

    Reg Roger Stone,
    This is what is called LAWFARE!!, The objective is not whether he is found Guilty or Innocent, it is completely a matter of indifference although a conviction is a bonus. the purpose is to bankrupt, humiliate, and personally destroy him or others who don’t toe their line….
    “Politics of Personal Destruction”, and as Sarah P. said “Where do you go to get your reputation back” when they can’t prove their accusations………………..

    • Bill G

      And to warn anyone else thinking of working for the President of what will be done to them.

  • Brad

    …and Stelter says “…before I go live.” Multiplication of the embarrassment potential there. No editing.

  • MikeS

    This will not end well. Hope someone can run faster than their mascara.

  • JTC

    Surprised he didn’t bring a staff cosmetologist along, no matter, seems this fedlaw team will share.

    “Before I go live…” Enjoy that status while you can pretty boy…save the undertaker some touch-up work at least.

    The ranch is not a McMansion in Lauderdale, and Zed is not Roger.

    You have been warned.

    • Pamela

      I wonder if he has his affairs in order. Plus his paperwork. And a criminal lawyer on retainer.

  • Spin Drift

    Zed and his tribe are not there. They knew they were coming since last Tuesday and just strung enough det cord to record a 6.0 Richter in Los Angeles. It would be apropos if there was a silhouette of a mama holding a baby in the front door. Then touch it off when the FBI sniper dude has her firmly in the cross hairs for not coming out peaceable like.

    It’s all optics at that point, just have it all live and in real time on the Cornhole Nut Nockers Network.

    Spin
    Wait till the women of the DD get through with you.

    • Bill G

      Rudyard Kipling and Lazarus Long agree that you should never let the women take you alive.

    • Pamela

      I have a new knife that needs breaking in…and some might have junk that can be nailed to the barn.

      • Kafiroon

        OHhh! Pamela! The female is more deadly than the male!
        I would have just shot them.

        Spin:
        Drones and dawgs can send out video and audio. Both can “lay low” to avoid detection. You may have the scenario there.

  • I’m looking SO forward to this story line. Just a shame this isn’t true live news.

    • kadaka

      The media has to distract the public from the governor of Virginia endorsing infanticide and the Jussie Smollett “MAGA hate crime” is falling apart too fast. I wouldn’t be too surprised if Mueller finds third-hand hearsay of “Russian financial support” and they do an armed raid of Cliven Bundy’s ranch again.

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