Day By Day

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  • JTC

    Ultimately, if DT -and we- are going to do the last thing she said, we may have to do the first thing she said. Hope I’m wrong.

    • JTC

      Beautiful effort today BTW…but I’m having trouble with the whole pinning of legs behind ears thing and find myself needing a visual aid, please.

        • JTC

          From one evil, evil asshole to another? :I

        • Pamela

          That’s just so many shades of wrong.
          *shakes head*

        • JTC

          Oh, Red has assumed the position much closer than that, or at least her 1776 alter-ego did…white stockings and all, mmm.

          Too lazy to find the pic to link, but it’s also included in the swag for the donation levels.

  • Pamela

    Oh to be that flexible

    • Toxic Deplorable B Woodman

      (need someone to practice with?)

      • Pamela

        I have my Man of over 40 years to practice with 😉
        Thank you for the offer .

        • Toxic Deplorable B Woodman

          I figured that.

    • kadaka

      Yoga loosens the connective tissues and gives you increased flexibility. But strength training strengthtens connective tissues providing enhanced flexibility, besides being good for building bone density and mass.

      So yoga and strength training conflict, pick one. If you train for strength you won’t be able to flex as far as with yoga, but you’ll be less likely to get injured.

      • ottersmith

        I am inclined to think that it’s more complex. One could have (say) 90% of maximum possible flexibility and 10% of maximum possible strength, or the opposite. The question is what if you train for both? Do you get to 20%-20%? Can you be 50%-50%? Is 80%-80% of each maximum possible? I really don’t know what the limits are (although I’m sure I can become much higher in each.)

        • Boomer

          Ottersmith, 1940s bodybuilder John Grimek achieved high levels of both strength and flexibility. Perhaps 100%/75%. He was a member oF the US Olympic weight lifting team and famously performed splits and other feats of flexibility to debunk the idea that weight training made one muscle bound.

      • WayneM

        I am a proponent of the yoga & strength training combo. That’s for both genders. After all, no sense having a lady who is hella flexible if the dude can’t keep up… so to speak…

        Texas seems hot to this displaced Canuck but it’s only for a few more days. I’ll survive… if I can keep up… so to speak…

      • Pamela

        My Cancer Doc finally said I’m good for exercising again. Start slowly and go from there. Cardio, then Stretching then Strength.
        I won’t be able to lift 90 pounds anymore, but why should I at my age.

        • kadaka

          So no more pull-ups? 🙁

          • Pamela

            The 90 pounds were sacks of concrete mix …

          • kadaka

            Then, Lady Pamela, I am impressed.

  • Too Tall

    Now when I concentrate on “follow through” in completing tasks or mastering skills, I’m going to have a whole other set of images.

    • kadaka

      I used follow
      Yeah, that’s true
      But my following days are over
      Now I just gotta follow through

  • John Block

    Wow…. Follow-through, indeed. MAXIMUM penitration….

  • NotYetInACamp

    She’s pushing my …. ………. …… buttons.(?)

    • Pamela

      how many..

  • John Andrews

    Right on today.

  • Pete231

    Play the ball where it lies……..

  • Nancy

    Rush Limbaugh said last week that the bit abut shipping illegals to sanctuary cities was actually going on, only the MSM wasn’t reporting it. I can’t imagine why (sarcasm).

  • eon

    So far, Trump’s “bluffs” have been ones nobody is willing to call. Probably because people in the international business community that have dealt with him for decades have been telling their political cronies that he rarely bluffs.

    As for his follow-though on things like the wall, to paraphrase what Morpheus said to Neo, he needs to stop trying to hit them and actually hit them.

    clear ether

    eon

    • Exactly. Plus what Nancy said just above, did you REALLY expect the LSM to admit this?

    • CactoBlaster

      “Don’t aim where they are, Son. Aim where they’re gonna be !”

  • Browncoat

    I’ll be in my bunk…

  • You can tell how much a woman likes you by her feet. If they’re behind her ears, she REALLY likes you! 😉

  • JTC

    From one evil, evil asshole to another? :I

    • JTC

      dang, wrong spot.

      • WayneM

        That happens… some ladies like that, I’ve heard.

        • JTC

          Funny, but check out kadaka’s link at the top in answer to my innocent and hopeful request, and all such thoughts will leave you forever…you might even get violently ill.

          • kadaka

            Sorry, I don’t see what the problem is, it’s only a passing resemblance to a younger Hillary.

          • JTC

            Gets back to the “different strokes” thing I guess.
            Literally. Ewww to the nth.

    • Pamela

      Time happens. It speeds by or crawls. There is never enough or too much.

    • CactoBlaster

      Bravo Zulu, my friend. You are truly blessed.

    • NotYetInACamp

      One of you lived well. (Maybe both. You just show the wear more. 🙂 )
      Happy happy Happys.

  • Larr

    OK, whose child is Sam nursing and whose pregnancy did I miss?

    • That’s their son Samuel Wade.

      • kadaka

        Unless Jo mixed him up with Little ‘Toly, that was a hectic scene.

  • formwiz

    Carrot and stick.

    Trump’s favorite dichotomy. As long as you get what you want, you don’t always have to use the stick.

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