Day By Day

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  • Too Tall

    Need the Nation, Men and Women, Politics, and a hundred other cloud tags for this one, Chris.

    Sums up the world, nicely.

  • JTC

    Oh, he’s dangerous.

    Depends on the tool. Talk about control.

    Liking that ponytail Red!

  • The chainsaw bayonet attachment is just a tool, good for clearing the brush in front of you. Nothing scary at all.

  • Tiger Tomcat

    Think Sam is cruising for a lil punishment later, with her ribbing of Zed

  • cb

    Just leave us and our tools alone, go find something else to play with before you get hurt.

  • The biggest tools I see are in the VA. Governor’s mansion, and Bloomberg’s little suits….

  • Cliff H

    Some change-up in the art work, Chris?

    Can’t quite place what’s different, but Sam’s looking different and better for some reason and I don’t think it’s just the pony tail.

    • PaulS

      It’s the T-Shirt! Sam wears it so well! HAWT! 🙂

    • John

      Is she pregnant again?!!!

    • Henry

      It’s the new eyeshadow and eyelashes, I think.

  • WayneM

    It’s all about control; power and authority. Nothing else really matters to them.

    • MasterDiver

      “The [Democrat] Party seeks power entirely for its own sake. We are not interested in the good of others… We are different from all the oligarchies of the past in that we know what we’re doing… Power is not a means, it is an end… The object of power is power… Always there will be the intoxication of power… We are the priests of power… Power is power over human beings, over the body; but above all over the mind… The real power; the power we have to fight for night and day is not power over things but over men. How does one man assert his power over another… by making him suffer… Power is in inflicting pain and humiliation.” George Orwell- 1984

      • WayneM

        The freaky part is Orwell was a vocal supporter of “Democratic Socialism” although supposedly he was anti-totalitarian. Not sure how that’s supposed to work since socialism invariably ends up going totalitarian…

      • John

        Orwell was a textbook example of cognitive dissonance.
        He wrote so succinctly of the evil mindset of Socialism and yet was a lifelong Socialist himself.
        The only reason I can think of for this anomaly is that, like other Socialists, he believed Human Nature was somehow infinitely malleable rather than the bedrock foundation of our very being.
        It is not an accident that Socialists reject Religion. The Judaeo Christian Scriptures are, in the end, even if you can’t bring yourself to believe in an Afterlife, a commentary on that Nature, and they are by no means exhaustive. Just ask Jordan Peterson.

        • interventor

          The Soviets believed they could mold the New Soviet Man. Just as the Nazis believed they could breed an Aryan superman. All the commies got was more Russian drunks.

  • Craig

    Laughing…..

  • T Paul

    Zed is a white military veteran who doesn’t automatically buy into every guilt narrative the left puts out. Of course they’re scared of him!

  • Lifeofthe Mind

    Sam handles Zed’s tool better than Zed does. As it should be.

  • Pamela

    Ah Sam. We both know that the No longer sane Dems have sold their virtue forty too many times. They crave bringing slavery back in the guise of safety.

  • NotYetInACamp

    When is the next turkey deep fry suborbital reality and not phantasmagorical possible orbital event coming up?

    Let’s just use the tol in the right places and times where you all are good tool users.

    • MasterDiver

      Perhaps we could make it one of the feral hogs and lob it ito a certain mullahs office window?

      Zar Belk!

      • Pamela

        Oh! Oh! Pulled Pork. What type of sauce?

  • Punta Gorda

    Don’t giggle too hard about that stapler thing. I’ve done that and the most derisive voice you hear about it is from yourself.

  • Bill G

    It’s all about control, indeed. The left is terrified of the citizen who comes to understand that he/she is their own first line of defense and buys a gun to better do that. Because that person just might look around, and see other things to do for themself, instead of waiting for the government to do it. And when enough people get that mind set the left is done.

  • Badger

    Mother/daughter chats are important, especially when there’s an example lounging nearby. The all-too-missing these days ‘Family’ tag for today’s art sums it up nicely,

    • PaulS

      Lost Dad in 2012, Mom in 2019 (though Alzheimer’s had taken her long before) but I was blessed with parents that did it right, in spite of my efforts to the contrary. Thank them often for setting me straight from time to time.

      • Halley

        This sounds just like my upcoming 2020…

  • Old Codger

    Kafiroon. I read Bracken’s analysis and agree that it is spot on. Considering the similarities, I wonder if 20 January, 2020 might not turn out to be this century’s 19 April, 1775

      • Old Codger

        Is it just me or would those purty blue helmets make dandy aim points?

        • John M.

          Not necessarily a good aiming point, but they definitely make target acquisition easier…

      • Kafiroon

        “the responsibilities for the new hires, as per the United Nations job listing” looks like they want generals not street thugs. Those requirements seem way beyond common everyday people and their planning, writing and probably understandable English.

        And Yes, they will make great absorption material.

  • Old Codger

    Despots (and would-be despots) have always and WILL always seek to disarm those over whom they would rule for the simple reason that it makes it more difficult for their subjects to rebel. They forget that while disarming the populous makes rebellion more – VASTLY more difficult – it does not make it impossible. A sufficiently large group of sufficiently motivated unarmed (at least not conventionally armed) serfs can take down an armed and fully armored mounted man at arms. They will not do so easily or bloodlessly but they CAN do it. As Stalin put it

    Quantity has a quality all its own.

    Unfortunately for the wannabe despots, the populous-disarmament ship sailed long – two centuries and more – ago and the numbers are vastly in favor of the potential rebels.

    • John

      The presently disarmed Venezuelan populace might disagree with your assessment.

  • ottersmith

    Socialism does not reject religion; it is a religion. It rejects competing religions.

    (As do most religions, “I am the Lord thy God, and thou shalt have no other god before me.” I got into big trouble in confirmation class by asking how one could convert to Christianity. (conversion requires the abandonment of prior gods.))

  • Kafiroon

    Any semi competent backyard mechanic or person that is familiar with tools is quite capable of being very dangerous with tools. The difference between them and ‘others’ is being able use and know how to create other tools.

    • Kafiroon

      Some ‘inganeers’ I worked with were not worth talking too. Go away.
      I will have it ready far faster with you gone.
      And functioning by skipping your instructions.

  • I found a sealed bag, it had the user manual for a microwave, the previous one. That oven had come in, was used for years before the bottom rusted out, then was creatively reduced to discrete parts since local waste management no longer accepts electronics. For its lifespan, I never used its instructions even once.

    I won.

  • Too Tall

    Progtard DildoCrats aren’t just afraid of tools, they are tools. The biggest, most expensive, most dangerous, useless tools available.

    The Consumer Product Safety Commission should have banned them decades ago.

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