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  • Deplorable B Woodman

    That’s a good one. Trump humor. Love it. Yugely.

  • Pamela

    But in San Fran getting blown comes in many guises.
    That’s one furrow he should not have plowed considering how many went before and had been shown in such great detail.

    • NotYetInACamp

      And considering the quality women that would have loved to do more loving things with him, if only temporarily. But….

  • JTC

    “A receipt means zip.”

    Oh, I dunno, remains to be seen…for given quantity of “receipt”.

  • Punta Gorda

    Candidate to run the Space Force? Very experienced in going around the world.

  • Tagg

    Chris, are you going to accept ads again at some point? Definitely interested!

  • WayneM

    I don’t doubt that Trump does joke about Stormy… why not? She is as much of a caricature of his public persona… although I don’t know that she has as much behind the mask as he does.

  • JTC

    That’s a beautiful edit of the douche swoosh Chris, and…

    “Shares of Nike Inc fell 3 percent on Tuesday as calls for a boycott of the sportswear giant gained traction on social media following its choice of Colin Kaepernick as a face for the 30th anniversary of its “Just Do It” slogan. Over 30,000 people were tweeting with the hashtag #NikeBoycott on Tuesday morning U.S. eastern time, making it among the top trending topics on Twitter. Some posted images of themselves burning and ripping their Nike shoes and apparel…”

    Heh.

    • Old Codger

      Never had ‘m. Can’t afford ’em. I don’t buy “name brand” clothes. If they want me to advertise for them they can damned well pay ME to wear their crap.

  • Kafiroon

    Add another company to the huge list of places to avoid. Interesting that when that poor hurt baby started this, I said to my wife and then friends, that they could not make their money doing a game anywhere else in the world. So instead of calling for TV interviews on their protest they insult The Flag, Our Country, and US.
    Interesting, I have not missed Any of the NFL to the surprise of my wife and friends.

  • Roland Deschain

    Why would Nike pick a second string “quarterback”, at best, for a campaign? I stopped following football a long time ago. Refresh my memory. How many Super Bowls did he win? Don’t they usually go for he best? Michael Jordan should sue for defamation.

    • John

      It’s called “Virtue Signaling”, a truly ironic term considering who and what are involved.

  • Old Codger

    Who’s he “playing” for these days? Whatever team is paying him ought to be boycotted.

    • Pamela

      Maybe he will pick up a nice game of nine pins

  • JTC

    @ OC,

    “If they want me to advertise for them they can damned well pay ME to wear their crap.”

    Who do you think you are, an illiterate socialist America-hating half-assed baller?

    This one doesn’t play for anybody anymore and likely never will again. But that’s actually irrelevant to this company and it’s target market, a feature even, rather than a bug. At least that is their thinking, that the leftist consortium will be enough to give them a boost from this sickening shit. God I hope not, and that they die a long, lingering, painful death.

    • JTC

      So that giant “SWOOSH” you heard today was about FOUR BILLION in Nike market value taking a knee.

      They could have just paid this twit his 12 Million (last year active) salary for 10 years all in one lump sum to make him disappear from sports and the news and come out WAY ahead.

      And it probably would’ve been considered a heroic move on their part for the reputation and future of the NFL, and gotten them a ton of new business…I mean I’d have bought a dozen of their overpriced shirts and a few pairs of absurdly priced sneakers for my grandson as my personal thank you.

      Ah, but their virtue would not have been signalled. But like I said up there, I’m not their target market. That’s some expensive “virtue”.

  • RoadRunner

    The “Just screw it” ad take-off is just one of the many reasons I enjoy supporting DBD every year. Thanks, Chris!

    • JTC

      RR, the edit of the ad’s featured blurb from this POS is even better! So much so that it should be used by the twitter #NikeBoycott campaign.

      • JTC

        And BTW, how the HELL do you stay so on top of the topic of the day AND turn it into a piece of in-your-face (heh) art with a perfect reverse re-write of its whole sickening premise?

        Like others here have said, the bang for the buck I get for my meager contribution is the best entertainment/editorial investment I make all year every year. Good job CM!

  • interventor

    Got a couple of Nike running shorts. Won’t toss them. But, when replaced, it won’t be Nike.

  • Grunt GI

    Haha. This is getting skewered on social media.

    It’s epic.

  • Best meme I’ve seen of this so far is that Kaepernick is a Real Life Ed Bundy. Used to play football, now he sells shoes.

  • Jim

    I saw one piece today that Nike is doing it because Trump’s trade policies are making it hard for their sweatsbop trade agreements with China and the Norks.

  • Deplorable B Woodman

    I’d swear that semi-Colin parody wasn’t there this morning when I got up. Quick work, and excellently done. Bows, kudos, and every other brickbat I can throw your way.

  • Persons such as this need to video themselves self sodomizing.

  • Swansonic

    Beautiful work Chris.

    I was going to put the fallen soldier arrangement (boots, M16, helmet) over his face with the bayonet sticking into the forehead and Pat Tillman’s jersey draped on a boot….

  • NotYetInACamp

    Just don’t NFL/NIKE

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