Day By Day


  • JTC

    Oh shit. Greyhounds and smarmy ESQ’s ain’t no match for pissed off redhead mama’s and redhot Tabasco’s. This oughta be good.

    • Swansonic

      Beat me by a nose!

    • Lucius Severus Pertinax

      Build the Wall. Build it with a 10 foot chain-link fence behind it. Fill the intervening space with coils and coils of stainless-steel Razor Wire.
      If they are dumb enough to climb over and then fall in, we will pull them out…..Sometime…..Maybe.

        • NotYetInACamp

          Those bastard Democrats want children dragged through razor wire. They would not have the laws enacted and the traitorous assistance to the people to be invaders of the USA. every person doing the enemies’ causes is an invader.
          Better they be put in Obama “cages.” The real ones, not the faked impression photo angle, or the photoshopped Trump magazine cover, and such.

  • Swansonic

    For a change, something good will happen after that phrase has been uttered….

    • JTC

      Definitely good for us when you consider the rest of the “hold my beer” thing…

      “…and watch this!” 😉

      • Kafiroon

        “And Don’t Drink It!”]

        (Sorry. Wisconsin raised.)

  • T Paul

    It took a while to get today’s strip. I hope everything is good with you, Muir.

    • kadaka

      Check the calendar, it’s 404 Day.

  • Punta Gorda

    I wonder whatever became of the Jeeves-Dodge hybrid?

    • kadaka

      Scrap pile. Too big, too slow.

  • Pete231

    Better get some more Shiner cause this may take a while, lock and load.!

  • Bill

    “Excuse me while I whup this out”. I’ll get the popcorn……

    • kadaka

      A. You used square-bracketed BBCode (bulletin board), this site uses HTML.

      B. <img> is not an allowed HTML tag here, which is good practice for Mr. Muir as comments post instantly without moderation. Keeps trolls from posting disturbing images then using the screenshots, or an archived copy of the page, to stir the Progressive Gold pot.

      • JTC

        Actually as I recall, comments from unrecogognized sources (that have not commented and been approved before) do go to moderation, hence the out of timeline postings you occasionally see from new commenters.

        • kadaka

          I’m pretty sure that only goes by the email address. Who else do you know who has it and could spoof you here?

          • JTC

            True that I reckon.

      • Wood

        A computer expert I am not. It loses something without the visual.

        Cry Havoc! And let slip the Tabasco of war!

  • Delilah T.

    Didn’t Sam or someone build those self-directed 50 cal guns in the movie about giant drooling ants invading a power station? I’m sure there are spare parts from that lying around somewhere.

    • kadaka

      That’s too expensive for just a bunch of lawyers. Paintball guns would be enough, lawyers don’t want their suits messed up.

      But for the Hollywood treatment, I’d like to see them use water, liquid nitrogen, and compressed air for guns that fire ice bullets. No evidence.

      • Christopher Cole

        Ice bullets sound nice but melt before they leave the barrel.

        • kadaka

          Not when you do it right. Hard frozen with liquid nitrogen, compressed air for propellant, why would they melt in the barrel? It’s like a backyard homebrew PVC iceball chucker, only smaller, harder, faster. With a revolving cylinder where empty chambers are filled with chilled water (max expansion at +4°C so has to be colder) which freezes into flat-ended cylinders which are rotated into firing position…

  • Toxic Deplorable B Woodman

    “The first thing we do, let’s kill all the lawyers” is sounding better and better every day.

    • interventor

      Its on my coffee cup.

    • NotYetInACamp

      Not all, if you please.

  • eon

    No matter who is President, the bureaucracy and the legal “profession” still adhere to leftist/globalist dogma.

    Their response to any objections is a superior, schoolyard-bully smirk and “Whatta you gonna do about it? You can’t stop us.”

    Meanwhile Latin America, with its philosophy born of Islam, continues to invade us.

    Latino culture is Islamic at its base simply because it is predominantly Spanish and Portuguese in origin. And the Iberian Peninsula was an Islamic caliphate from 700 AD to the year 1491, when Ferdinand of Castile finally defeated the last Muslim caliph at Granada. (Yes, Ferdinand of “…and Isabella/ Sent Columbus across the Atlantic in 1492” fame. Ferdinand was a fast worker.)

    Why did the Spanish conquer Mexico so easily when they were outnumbered and outarmed? It wasn’t just gunpowder. They simply told the tribes the Inca and Aztecs had subjugated, “Join up with us and we’ll help you overthrow these bastards. We’ll still be your overlords, but we won’t be spending every full moon tying your sons and daughters down to altars and cutting their hearts out while they’re still alive.”

    Given a choice between psychos and hidalgos, the tribes chose the latter. Hidalgos were all about conquest, having learned their lessons from their former Muslim overlords.

    We suffer the consequences today.

    clear ether


    • WayneM

      I never thought of it that way, eon… That makes perfect sense…

      On an unrelated note, last night before I sacked in, I tried to check the new DBD cartoon. My usual way is to click the link from email notification and that refused to resolve/load. So I navigated directly to the URL and that, too, refused to resolve/load.

      Not sure if the website was being attacked or other less nefarious cause but it worked this morning.

      • Chris Muir

        Hosting service had tech issues.As usual, they happen when I’m asleep…

        • cb

          Seems to be going around, ‘BadBlue’ has it tonight – something in the far left water supply?

        • WayneM

          Chris, the first thought that occurred to me was they were going to Alex-Jones Day By Day… Given how messed up the world is just now, that wouldn’t surprise me…

    • Spin Drift

      eon, dead lawyers file no briefs.

      Yippee Ki-yeah, nolo contendre.

      • cfm56dash7

        Not necessary to get dead lawyers. Scared lawyers will fill their briefs.

        • pyrodice

          The dead ones fill their briefs too, when everything relaxes.

  • ottersmith

    Michael Valentine Smith had a solution for those who parked on flower beds. This may be messier.

    • Toxic Deplorable B Woodman

      EXCELLENT RAH reference!

    • Toxic Deplorable B Woodman

      May be messier, but that messiness will add nutrients to the soil for better flowers (eventually). I doubt the Lawyers would like it, but I didn’t ask for their opinion in the first place.

  • Tag

    That gal’s from the SOUTH!

    • John

      She’s Irish, and a great deal of Southern Culture is derived from the Scots-Irish.
      It’s said that the last war cry of the Celts was screamed through the Rebel Yell.

      • interventor

        Scots-Irish were Scots who settled in Ireland, before moving on to the American Colonies. Whereas, there were Scots who moved to the colonies directly, same for the Irish. I have Scots on my paternal side and Irish on my maternal side.

  • billrla

    I seem to recall something about emergencies and closing borders.

  • kadaka

    Huh, Barry O had set up to sell out Americans, how surprising.

    FISA Motion Allowed FBI To Share US Citizens’ Info With Foreign Agencies. Here’s How That May Have Played Into The Russia Probe

    A 2012 Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court motion contained a little-noticed provision expanding the FBI’s ability to share information with foreign officials, which could have laid the groundwork for abuses against U.S. citizens, Rep. Louie Gohmert said.

    “This motion and order would allow the FBI to collude with foreign governments about U.S. citizens,” Gohmert, a Texas Republican on the House Judiciary Committee, told The Daily Caller News Foundation.

    Regulations prevent the US government from spying on a citizen, so they ask a foreign government what they got when spying on them. And that government can ask what the US got on someone else, like a dissident or activist who’s been giving them trouble. Okay…

    • Punta Gorda

      That’s been around for years. It’s been the defacto way of circumventing US regulations by the Intel agencies.

  • Pamela

    They brought two buses of FREE LAWYERS at OUR EXPENSE to do what exactly? Hold their poor little hands? Blow their noses? Wipe their tears and asses?
    Seriously! Sam. Go full pissed off REDHEAD on all of them.

    • Toxic Deplorable B Woodman

      I’m standing back to act as “catcher” for any lawyers attempting to escape. Catch ’em and push ’em back into Sam’s fray.
      That, and to take notes on Sam’s glorious mayhem, havoc, and confusion. You just KNOW it’s going to be a wonder to behold!

      • MasterDiver

        Now, now. Remember the Four “S” rule:

        1. Suppress
        2. Shoot
        3. Shovel
        4. SILENCE!

        • Fox2!

          Jubst let the hogs out. They’re omnivorous.

    • Too Tall

      Normally, I would applaud any kinetic solution Sam may choose to employ, given the Castle Doctrine of Texas law.

      However, as we have two busloads of lawyers, committing felony trespass and vandalism, tens of miles into private property, with obvious conspiracy among several law firms and a bus company, I think that Sam and Zed could end up owning said law firms and the bus company via civil suit, after sending the lawyers and bus drivers to prison for years after criminal prosecution with the help of Tucker, the local sheriff.

  • JTC

    WTF DJT?

    I’ve said many times his feints and misdirections are genius manipulation of the leftists and the media (redundant) and focused on the real-deal accomplishments that happen while he has them focused like a cat chasing a laser…

    But I’ll be damned if I can see how anything, ANYTHING, could be more important than shutting that fucking leaking border invasion down. I do hope there’s a surprise waiting inside this one too, but I just can’t figure out what it could be.

    • NotYetInACamp

      The homeowner then stole the unwanted house visitor’s gun that had gotten into the visitor’s hand, and in the question over who would keep the gun, the gun killed the unwanted house visitor.
      Those guns can be dangerous.

  • “Hold my beer” is the perfect quote here.


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