Day By Day


  • Pamela

    This is going to be interesting to watch.

    • Grunt GI

      Yea, SO, I must have missed something? Why is DDQ only open on weekends? (More’s the pity..DBD babes only a couple days a week?)

      Did Zed decide to start fracking on the homestead? Help schwack OPEC and the Rookies by being a good American and “Drill, baby, Drill?”

      And I ain’t talkin’ just for oil, either. 🙂

    • Peregrine John

      Plus, what you said yesterday about the camisole.

    • Jack Deth72

      Where will Naomi keep her pancake holstered Walther PPK?

      Inquiring minds want to know!

  • JTC

    Welp, ain’t that a little switcheroo. Glad it’s not the implied activity though; big diff in strippin’ for hubby and select others (like us!) and doin’ it for dollars.

    Dead on re DT’s effect on gun rights and illegals too.

    Not sure about the clik-on safety on that wheelie though?

    • eon

      Could be a Korth .357, made in Germany. Cylinder release next to the hammer also functions as a manual safety on some models.



    • JTC

      Anything is possible, but don’t know how probable it is that our Jewess commando would spend car money on German esoterica as a nightstand gun…and that sure looks like a pony medallion on that grip.

      I would be interested in what Smif Chris saw that he references downthread as having a “wheel safety tab”. Not something I’m familiar with. You?

    • GWB

      I was assuming the click was her pulling back the hammer. (Look where her thumb is in the 2d frame. Thumb guys, thumb….)

      And, she looks really good in that lace………

    • JIMV

      Got to disagree…talent and hot is talent and hot. The audience should not matter.

  • formwiz

    The mind reels with the possibilities.

    We may see a new world of positions. I hope Zed is double-jointed.

  • richard mcenroe (@richard_mcenroe)

    Whoever you are, what have you done with Chris Muir?!

    • Chris Muir

      Chris knows trap guns, not pistols!

      • Greg B

        Um, well, ya need to work on that. 🙂

      • John T

        Chris has the fundamentals, but needs to progress from trap to skeet. You don’t have to wear stripper heels to shoot skeet, that’s a bonus…

      • Unca Walt

        Well… she could be setting it at half-cock.

      • JIMV

        Sounds like the original Ian Fleming who armed James Bond with a pop gun, a Beretta .25. Fan blowback resulted in the famous Walther PPK in .32 Auto.

    • JTC

      You might take a little flak on that pistol comment referring to a revolver too, but it is not actually wrong, just not commonly used anymore in an attempt to differentiate…as in “pistols is flat, revolvers is round”.

      And I used a question mark on my safety comment at the top because there are hammer-block crossbar safeties on some revolvers though uncommon, and I don’t see one on that piece which appears to be Colt.

      Pretty persnickety group out here ain’t we? 🙂

      • Well, I did find a revolver that did have a wheel safety tab, a smith Wesson somewhere,but I’m too lazy to go back.Y’all aren’t persnickety, ya knows yer stuff!

        • Sam

          Among possibly others, there was the British Webley-Fosbery, which had a manual safety. I didn’t look any further than that.

          • eon

            I used to have a Webley MK IV .38 (ex-Singapore PD) with a shotgun-type crossbolt safety behind the hammer. The grips were shorter than usual at the top to avoid interfering with it.



  • Deplorable B Woodman

    I don’t think Naomi needs to worry about leading a yoga class full of men. Most will be polite and well mannered, even if they are looking at her sumptuous barely-coveredness. Any that aren’t polite, she can deal with them with Mag Krava.

    • Daniel in Brookline

      “Krav Maga”. It’s a Hebrew phrase that means “battle contact” (or, colloquially, hand-to-hand combat).

      • Deplorable B Woodman

        And from that we get the Israeli hand-to-hand martial arts taught several years back. Rough stuff, from what I understand.

        • Mort

          I saw a tv show about Krav Maga, and the instructor
          said that a man getting hit in the ‘jewels’ is expected
          to ignore it, and keep on fighting.

    • RegT

      Not a class, DBW. She specifically said “one-on-one”. Tips should be better that way – if the dudes don’t make the mistake of trying to touch the merch.

  • Jim

    Most people I know define safety on a revolver as keeping an empty chamber under the hammer in case the hammer catches on something that is not enough to advance the cylinder but could still generate enough pressure to fire when it drops. If you’re really cautious, keep the second chamber empty as well so that it can cycle once by accident. Of course, that leaves you with four shots in a standard six-shooter, three in a compact five-shooter. One reason I’ve come to prefer Smith’s P327 and variants, which are 8-shot .357 Mags.

    Of course, my first love is Sigs, which also lack an external safety in most models. Which takes me back to Colonel Cooper, God rest his soul:

    “Safety is something that happens between your ears, not something you hold in your hands.”

    (Other quotes at

    Thanks, Chris…

    • KenH

      Unless that’s a Colt or Clone SAA , that is massively redundant. Especially with Rugers and S&W. Ah well 🙂

    • eon

      I prefer the seven-shot .357s, because with the S&W type cylinder rotation, an even number of chambers means the cylinder stop notches are right over the chamber at each position. This means the steel is very thin there, and I’ve seen six-shot and eight-shot .357s and six-shot .44s with “dimpled'” chambers as a result.

      By comparison, with an odd number of chambers (five shot or seven shot) the cylinder stop notches end up over the triangular “web” between the chambers. This avoids all the problems.

      With a Colt type, such as a Peacemaker, six chambers is fine. The cylinder rotation is opposite that of a S&W, and the cylinder stop notches are offset to one side of the thinnest part of the chamber outer wall.

      clear ether


      • Kindly But Weird Uncle Bob

        The 7 shot Smith (686+) milled to accept full moon clips is a serious handful of firepower when properly applied. The moon clips pretty much eliminate the few malfunctions that can afflict revolvers- mainly failure for the empties to fall clear of the cylinder. 14 rounds can, with practice be gotten off- aimed of course- in well under 10 seconds. With the transfer bar hammer blocking systems commonly used on quality wheelguns like Smiths, Ruger, Taurus, etc., it is at least as safe to pack them fully loaded as any semi.

    • JTC

      No matter how many holes in the cylinder, the idea of keeping a couple of them empty on the off chance of a snag creating a partial cock, cylinder rotation, and hammer drop causing an ND is about the most unsafe safety measure I can imagine.

      Not to say there aren’t some single-actions that warrant the hammer resting on an empty one, or in the case of my BUG that I pocket-carry (NAA22LR) the hammer rests on a spent shell even though they say their redesigned half-cock makes doing so unnecessary.

      But when I God forbid have to bring that thing out and full cock it, I want it to go BANG not CLICK. If that happens it is unlikely there will be time to tell the BG to wait a sec while you recock. Very bad idea IMNSHO.


      • JTC

        If? Don’t know where that dangling preposition came from…

        • Arkelk

          I salute your use of “dangling preposition” in this context.

    • Brass pounder

      A more common accidental (or negligent, as the case may be) revolver discharge would be dropping the piece when the hammer was resting on a loaded chamber. If the hammer hit the ground it could and sometimes did fire that round. After Ruger was successfully sued by a careless owner who leaned that the hard way, Bill Ruger had his revolvers redesigned to incorporate a “transfer bar” that makes carrying with all chambers loaded a safe proposition. The old pre-1973 three screw Rugers sans transfer bar are still preferred by many of us who find their action a bit smoother. Carry em with 5 rounds loaded and you’re just fine.

    • RegT

      Jim, that was the case with older single action revolvers, not with double action wheel guns. Nowadays, single actions by Ruger – and some other makers – have a transfer-bar that will not permit the hammer to strike the firing pin unless the trigger is pulled all the way back. Modern single action (not replicas) and almost all double action revolvers are perfectly safe to carry with all chambers loaded.

  • Pamela

    I threw my back out with the Padangusthasana pose by not being properly warmed up. My advice is to take it slow and do not rush.

    • Grunt GI

      “My advice is to take it slow and do not rush.”

      Good advice for many activities….

      • Ozymandias

        Yes.. sometimes it takes longer to be better.

      • Pamela

        I concur. 🙂

    • WayneM

      I’ve been doing yoga for a couple of years now. The first thing I had to learn how to do was to take it slow and not rush. It’s easy to say… not so easy in fact. After a number of decades of neglect, flexibility is returning slowly…

  • Delilah T.

    Naomi teaching yoga. Yoga is good for you, stretches the muscles, improves flexibility and circulation.

  • Jack Deth72


    I remember seeing nothing but porno and pawn shops down the main drag of Fayette~Nam, North Carolina back in the 1980s and 90s.

    • I left Fayette-Nam in 1980. The 70’s were pretty wild too.

      • S'aaruuk

        Bought my first “big” bike in Fayette-Nam in ’74….Meridian Motorcycles. 😀 Many good memories (Mammarys?) of there. Was stationed at Myrtle Beach AFB at the time.

  • Mort

    Re: first panel about right to bear arms, I have always
    thought the 1st and 2nd Amendment should be reversed.

    • PaulS

      That sounds a lot like our current batch of politicritters?! 😉
      Surely you mean reordered, which could make some sense. I.e. Without the 2nd, the other 9 can be largely ignored by a government. (Which they seem hell bent on.)

      • Pamela

        Maybe a day in a NKO re-education camp will show how precious and totally righteous our Rights truly are. You don’t know what you’ve lost until it’s gone is a truth.

        • JTC

          Part of a truism trilogy that my Daddy repeated to me often…

          “Familiarity breeds contempt, absence make the heart grow fonder, and you don’t know what you’ve got ’til it’s gone.”

          I thought it was corny back then, now I think it is gospel.

      • Mort

        Right you are Paul…2nd first, and first 2nd.

        That reminds me of the rule in the military of why
        during radio commo. you never say repeat,
        you say “say again”.. “repeat”, to an artillery
        Co. means “fire again” & they`re liable to do
        just that…thanks for the correction.

  • JTC

    Happy Mother’s Day to all the Mothers and Mother F…Mother Lovers out there.

  • Fox2!

    Naomi and Sam as “The Naked Yohinis?”

  • armedandsafe

    The anti-fa people are saying they are going to , among other things, train in krav maga. I find that quite amusing.
    Swedish-English translation for “krav” – demand, requirement …
    MAGA – Make America Great Again.

  • Pamela

    Hmm, so if DDQ is only open on weekends, what is Travis been doing with his free time?

    • John

      Somewhere there’s always fence to be mended.

  • JIMV

    Clever tease but not a bad idea….

  • epador

    No one else think that that’s what DxD needs, More Yoga Pants?


    • Pamela

      Arrggh. Bite your tongue on the yoga pants. There are women wearing them that do not do yoga let alone any exercise except for hitting the button on a TV remote or lifting hand to mouth. Get out the eye bleach.

    • Grunt GI

      HMMMMM, yoga pants…when worn properly…are definitely awesome to behold. I bet the DBD gals would rock yoga pants…and sports bras…

  • Old Codger

    your wife gets home at 3 a.m. after her shift with pinch and paw marks all over her

    Somehow I just don’t see Naomi getting pinched or pawed more’n once.

    • JTC

      But such is the job description.

      Which is why Naomi shouldn’t and wouldn’t take such a gig.

      And the censorship is getting a little silly around here.

  • Halley

    I hear that extra-tight ultra-transparent yoga pants are trending…

    • Old Codger

      Now, if most of the booties in them were fit to be. Reminds me of a trip to South Padre Island. Couple of “ladies” were wearing the only thongs I’ve ever seen outside of a TV or computer monitor. One of ’em bent over and the first thing that came to mind was “LADY! Watch where you’re pointing that thing!” Some people simply do NOT Some people simply do Some people simply do NOT have the booty to wear a thong.

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