Day By Day

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  • Henry

    More like “Building 19.”

    • Too Tall

      Henry, Thank you. Only on DBD could I get a Jerry Ellis reference after Black Friday.

      • JTC

        Yes but such can make some feel culturally ignorant and deprived.

    • MasterDiver

      As long as we don’t end up in Room 101.

      Zar Belk!

      • JTC

        Hey at least I get an Eric Blair reference when I see one…but Jerry Ellis?

  • JTC

    There’s five of them? OMG.

    • interventor

      Down to three, now.

  • JTC

    Maybe not Amazon Prime but that is one Prime Amazon.

  • Pamela

    Can I turn my cat loose on it? She needs to dull her claws a bit.

    • interventor

      There’s a Karamel Harris doll, as well. Kitty can take her pick.

      • Bill G

        I haven’t seen a Bobble-Head doll of Heelsup Harris. I wonder if it’s been decreed that there shall never be one.

        • John D. Egbert

          I’ve always been partial to the Finnish translation, it’s so alliterative: Horrible Harris . . .

          • Pamela

            I guess that’s better than handupme…

      • MasterDiver

        Yeah, but one touch of a claw and “POP”!

        Zar Belk!

  • God, save us from “elected” dementia…. and I concur, Sam is one of the most “prime” Amazons in fiction….

  • Pete231

    Prime , yeah ! Sam’s definitely a cut above. She makes my loins tender……..

    • Pamela

      Juicy too I bet

  • Fox2!

    As I said in an e-mail to Chris on a related topic, Sam is Prime, Skye is Canner.

  • Bill G

    The original model is owned and operated by China; I don’t think they’re selling it.

  • Dread

    Today’s toon answers the question of what wiggles and jiggles and wobbles and bobbles more than Joe Biden’s Brain?

    • My Way or -->

      That would be two grapes touching each other in the microwave while the Faraday cage holds the ‘wave in. A plasma field is very exciting to watch. Never know which way it will swing.

    • Pamela

      Er Stacy without her support garment

  • Halley

    Blatant, yes. One could say every crime they’ve committed since 2016 has been blatanter and blatanter – from Crossfire Hurricane to the Mueller Hoax to the Kavanaugh hitjob to Shampeachment to the Great Covid Depression to “mostly peaceful” arson, murder and destruction of private property for billions. Not to mention the superblatant media criminal complicity. The conundrum, to me, is why PDT has inexplicably had none of them held to any account – there must be a reason, and a plan behind the reason. Maybe we’re about to find out.

    • JTC

      Damn Halley, thanks for saying all of that for me…my version would have been the same but different (longer and less well-said).

      I do think the shoe will drop (preferably in the form of LEO boots on some deserving necks).

      But when? I dunno, 16 days or so?

      • Pamela

        More of a “Please Sir may I have some more” boots to the behind.
        Though I suspect that for some of them it is a twice monthly appointment.

  • My Way or -->

    You have to ask the proper questions, y’know:

    1 – Who was dumber or more brain-dead? Caligula or Biteme?

    2 – Who was more corrupt: Nero, Caligula or Cameltoe?

    • Wood

      2. Kameltoe is certainly bereft of morality ethics, etc. but she can’t hold a candle to the Romans for shear depravity.

      • Kafiroon

        My avatar photo is a place where it is said Romans threw Jews to their death. A fall high enough to break bones. But then you bounce, fall, and roll all the way down. About 1200 feet or so.

        • JTC

          Sometimes Jews don’t need Romans or Nazis to kill them, they do it to themselves. Very relevant, sad, and personal story forthcoming.

    • eon

      1. Caligula was psychotic, not demented. There’s a very dangerous difference. Roman rulers prior to him had been similarly bloodthirsty, but they had vented it on Rome’s neighbors in campaigns of conquest, such as Julius Caesar’s “Gallic war”.

      By Caligula’s time, Rome had expanded about as far as it could- so he turned his bloodlust on Rome itself, once referring to the capital as a “the city of necks waiting for me to chop them”.

      To judge by things she’s said, Kamala Himmler is probably more like Gaius Germanicus aka “Little Boot” than Slow Joe is.

      2. Nero was much like The One. A narcissist who, in the words of Colin Wilson, found himself endlessly fascinating. As an average Roman patrician, he would have been eccentric but essentially harmless. As Emperor, he was a disaster.

      However, each of them did accomplish at least one thing that was useful. After the great fire of Rome in 64 AD, Nero had it rebuilt in stone with stringent fire regulations. (No, he didn’t start it or “fiddle while it burnt”.)

      And after somebody once said that Caligula had “no more chance of being Emperor than he had of walking dryshod across the Gulf of Baiae”, once he was Emperor, he ordered boats to be moored side-by-side across a three-mile wide stretch of same, and planks laid across them, so he could walk right across. Something even the Legions, long accustomed to river-crossings, had never thought of.

      Yes, Caligula invented that old military engineer’s standby, the pontoon bridge.

      clear ether

      eon

      • My Way or -->

        Thank you, eon. Excellent analysis.

      • interventor

        Respectfully, as an old Army Engineer (Ft, Lost in the Woods) I must disagree, Persian Emperor Darius I’s (522-485 BC) engineer Mandrocles built a pontoon bridge across the Bosporus about 500 years before Caligula.

        • Pamela

          Well anyway you look at it being a nutter does not preclude a person from being practical and a problem solver.

          • JTC

            On behalf of PDJT and Deplorables everywhere, thank God for that.

            Minus the whole blood-letting thing. Or not. Depends.

        • eon

          I didn’t know that, thanks for the correction!

          cheers

          eon

    • interventor

      Be a nice sideline for a voodoo shop in New Orleans, complete with long sharp pins.

  • Roland Deshain

    Maybe not Amazon Prime but it sure is Sam Prime!

  • See, to me, it’s that subtle but effective nudge of a mere silhouetted nipple behind the draping hair that pushes Chris Muir from mere illustrator of enticing nudes into the stratosphere of master cartoonist. Knockoffs from China are pointless…

    • JTC

      Hey Amazons got subtlety too, sometimes. 😉

      And ChiCom’s knockoffs are pointless? What philosopher Larry the Cable Guy said about funny.

      • Pamela

        More fake boobees about including congress.

        • JTC

          But apparently no Chinese points on their own sittin’ way up firm and high…

  • The Nth Doctor

    On the contrary — “Made in China” sounds *exactly” like Amazon Prime.

  • JTC

    Thanks Chris. Emailing you later about something unrelated and maybe even fun.

    • NotYetInACamp

      Asking that factual question about real numbers and its effect on the nation, of people supposedly speaking of the science, and that they usually include in their responses that science is being denied by trumpers and antivaxers and anti science people, never gets any valid answers.
      Yet they demands protective responses that will control all, and cause many deaths, and destroy the economy as much as Obama wanted actions to fundamentally transform America. So does Sinner Chuck Schumer want Georgia ‘s Senators), then they will transform America, and then transform the world.
      Their transforming implies and includes what existed before their Utopian Dream takes effect.
      Dummy Dreams. Obama had them too.

    • NotYetInACamp

      I have been hoping this had happened. I had asked and begged for it. I had wondered. Some hint that it would occur was there. I have no good or bad sources anymore. I do read. Hints. Then that comment about the President and his competent peeps in a WH SCIF. I did see this one.

      Trump team was watching all along! Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility. (SCIF)

      https://thewatchtowers.org/trump-team-was-watching-all-along-sensitive-compartmented-information-facility-scif/
      I will stop being concerned when the roll out occurs and the second inauguration of 45 takes place.

      I will say that if they did it, it is what I would have done. So many others would have done it also.
      Finally, what I have said and pointed out about elections that I saw personally, or heard about from others, may be properly taken care of. We might keep The Republic. Many are trying, which is constantly required.
      The Chinese may think they can buy The Republic with a few Biden and friends purchases, but China can’t. Homie don’t do that.

      • JTC

        “…the second inauguration of 45.”

        Lord please let it be.

    • NotYetInACamp

      The Constitution of the Soviet Socialist Republics is a great read, too.
      The gross inefficiencies and damage done in implementation and the effects of Central Planning likely never will be negated.
      In some parts they talk a good game, but attempting to control outcomes drains the system of the benefits they say they are encouraging.
      Yup. A trap. For all of us. The Davos type of men must keep their serfs in line and somehow feeling the Soma.

  • interventor

    Trump may be planning several paths. Including, withholding some of the best evidence. State courts throw out the suit, allowing Trump to progress to SCOTUS. Introduce the most damning evidence to SCOTUS.

  • NotYetInACamp

    I am so glad that so many people had memorials similar to mine after their own tragic incident with their turkeys.
    Drumstick, Gobbler, White Meat, and the others were properly memorialized at remembrance gatherings in so many places.
    California memorial gatherings were limited to 30 people. (Governor says Thank You)
    The kindness of those who gathered and brought side dishes, fixings, and beverages cannot be overstated.

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