Day By Day

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  • LifeofTheMind

    It’s the subtlety that I admire.

  • Kafiroon

    The ‘breast’ loving robe wearers at that joint may not live through these breasts as they did Sam’s Devil Woman impersonation.

  • Big Jim

    This will be…..epic.

    • Kevin M

      Beat me to it!

  • Grunt GI

    Ruh Roh. She’s here to kick ass and chew gum..and she’s all out of gum.

  • EagleRising

    Grabbing the popcorn & adult beverages.

  • Greg B

    Damn.
    She’s gone native.
    And I heartily approve.

  • rickn8or

    I’d do whatever that woman demands.

  • eon

    Starts out with “trailing her coat”, when they go “ficki, ficki” on her it turns into a thunder run.

    Don’t mess with Texas, and especially don’t mess with a sabra in Texas.

    clear ether

    eon

  • John M.

    Leave ‘Toly in the truck so he has plausible denial… Wish I was a fly on the wall!

  • Noelegy

    THAT looks uncomfortable, speaking as a busty lass.

  • JTC

    The honey is their bait, the trap is their fate.

  • B Woodman

    Ooohhhhh yeah. . . . Naomi is THE quintessential definition of a honey trap. Glad she’s not my enemy.
    Pull up the chair, light the smoke, pop the brew, lay the bets. Gonna be a fun event.

  • Spin Drift

    I wonder what she is going to use to clean the windows? Is it going to be Double D’s in 3d?

    Spin
    and rinse cycle Cha Cha Cha

  • eon

    OT;

    Mozilla won’t connect to HotGas, claiming its security cert is invalid. It also won’t connect to Sophie Ro’s Predictable History, Unpredictable Past, just freezing and refusing to refresh. Can anyone here notify either or both, please?

    I’m beginning to think FF is trying to “erase” sites they consider “un-P.C”.

    Sort of like Twitter.

    clear ether

    eon

    • H_B

      I don’t know what “HotGas” is (and google doesn’t help; there are lots of propane companies plumping for my business though…), but I was able to connect to Predictable History, Unpredictable Past. Never been there, but the first line on the page is: “OBAMA IS JUST THE LATEST, BIGGEST, LONGEST-LASTING HAEMORRHOID ON THE ***HOLE THAT IS THE AMERICAN LEFT!” – (line censored for reposting in this comment section). The site will probably bear more perusing later.

      I’m running the latest version of Firefox (updated a couple weeks ago). Is it possible your system’s time/date has been reset or slipped? That’s an easy way to get broad-based “unverifiable certificate” responses from Firefox. The system thinks the certs have all expired or are not yet valid.

      • eon

        Possible, which was why I reloaded FF with the latest version. Still, the same thing happened with Forgotten Weapons yesterday, but it wasn’t happening with other more- P.C. sites I frequent.

        “Once is happenstance, twice is coincidence. Three times may be enemy action.”- Ian Fleming.

        cheers

        eon

        • Old Codger

          eon, I just successfully sent Chrome to HotGas.net with no problems. Same with Sophie Ro’s Predictable History, Unpredictable Past. No problems with Chrome – SO FAR! It could be an issue with your ISP or withe FF. I suggest you open a DOS window (AKA “command prompt”) and try to “ping” or “tracert” the URLs you are having trouble with. If you can ping them or tracert to them then it’s most likely FF. When you get that bad security cert message, does FF let you override to go there anyhow?

          I tried FF several (10+) years ago but went with Chrome instead. Never looked back. But … different strokes for different folks.

      • morg

        Hotgas.net is the landing place of the commenter community from hotair.com after hotair implemented FB comments a few weeks ago. Decent new site. It’s legit. Firefox is trying some funny business. Safari doesn’t throw any errors at all, but it is a relatively new site so they may not have their certs up to snuff.

    • H_B

      (If by “HotGas” you meant HotAir.com (I don’t go there anymore so didn’t make the connection at first) I can connect there too.)

      • https://hotgas.net/ is where a lot of the former hotair commenters when when hotair went facebook.

        • H_B

          Hunh. Guess I wasn’t the only one who found their blogging style off-putting, then.

          • most of the commenters had been there for 10+ years. HA announced they were going to facebook for comments and damn near everyone jumped ship. mostly it was anonymity, and the fact that facebook, like twitter, is not a place where conservative ideas are tolerated. right now hotair has about 1% of the readership it had. and they’re still not backing down.

        • eon

          Thanks for the link. I used it “get around” the one I had that FF apparently no longer recognizes.

          cheers

          eon

        • I was on Hot Air since Captains Quarters. HA’s biggest problem was their welcoming establishment trolls for clicks. A normal person can take only so much trolling without going nuts. The final straw for me was when they went to third party comment control. 10+ years there and I never had a ban. A few months at DbD and I find out I’m rude. DbD is still better. Since I left HA, I have found a treasure trove on new interesting sites.

    • armedandsafe

      I can connect to both using Pale Moon, which is a Mozilla derivative.

    • Old Codger

      Went to SoRo’s site. Sub-tile, isn’t she? But now I understand the basis for Lois Lerner’s and others’ activities. Straight out of Herbert Marcuse’s work.

  • B Woodman

    ‘Toly is a smart lad to stay in the truck. And out of Naomi’s way. He’ll live a long and healthy life.

  • Old Codger

    DAMN! Almost feel sorry for those Moes. Almost. Those rug huggers are gonna get everything they deserve and a WHOLE LOT more besides. Damn but I wish this was a vid instead of a CS. Then I could run it back an play it at quarter speed (or slower) and watch our favorite sabra take those (as Toly might say) nekulturny bastards ay-part! Get out the chips, dip and Shiner Bock!

    • Cliff H

      Chris may or may not approve of this advice, but the strips are each in jpeg format. You can right click and save them to your hard drive, then run the windows slide show function to watch them in sequence.

  • Pamela

    The thing about a well drawn ‘toon is that the women in them always have perky boobs after the birth and nursing of the young ones.
    It took a well made corset to look like that after having mine. ehem.

    Will there be heads being snatched bald headed and beards looking all patchy when Naomi gets done? Maybe some broken limbs, noses and balls?

    • billf

      Pamela,You have always had perky boobs,(well at least in my imagination),and as far as a well made corset-pix please.

    • Robert I Eachus

      Pamela said: It took a well made corset to look like that after having mine. ehem.

      I think Naomi stores a bayonet lying across the top, that might get the nipples pointing up. Of course, that begs the question of where she is keeping her pistol. πŸ˜‰

    • H_B

      Dene Adams makes comfortable corset-holsters if you haven’t seen them.

    • Old Codger

      But, Pamela, a real man considers droopy, baby chewed breasts and baby stretch marks highly attractive because they indicate proven fecundity. Perky is fine for recreation but droopy and stretched means procreation – i.e. compliance with the biological imperative. Whether you harken to Divine fiat – “Be fruitful and multiply” – or basic biological imperative “living things are DNA’s way of making more DNA”, either way a real man loves such breasts. I personally think breasts are there – whether evolved or created – for men to play with and thus keep men interested. Any man disses your pretties isn’t worth listening to. Such a one is exceedingly far beneath contempt.

  • JTC

    ‘Toons and avatars, based on available evidence. Still prefer live pics if you’re, um, up for it. πŸ˜‰

    (disregard that last, I’d rather avoid a honey trap)

  • This is going to be fun!

  • Tiger Tomcat

    Think this is gonna make the ’66 thunder run to the Canal look like a walk in the park, with the number of hurt Arabs at the end

    • silvergreycat

      Tiger,

      *Think this is gonna make the ’66 thunder run to the Canal look like a walk in the park*…(which took four days and happened a year later)…
      http://sixdaywar.org/media/user/images/sinai%20map.pdf

      *with the number of hurt Arabs at the end.* They’ll lose as their forefathers did.

  • Pete231

    First, there was UnderDog… now, there’s UnderBoob !!!!

  • Texas is a state of mind

    Google “Cool hand Luke ” truck washing video.

  • Ed Woods

    To blatantly rip off the title of a book: “The Texas-Israeli War: 2016.”

    • eon

      I loved the nuclear-powered Centurions with laser cannon in that book. I still have the paperback.

      cheers

      eon

      • The 300

        Almost sounds like Hammers Slammers.

    • Kafiroon

      Loved that book and yes, I too, still have it to re-read. I understand the Centurion since the Israelis are the ones that got it a good reputation, but I really like the modern Merkava.

      • H_B

        The Merkava IV “Windbreaker” is a monster.

  • B Woodman

    The DD could make a lot of money selling tickets to a shindig like this. And charge a premium price if Naomi is in it.

  • Bill G

    Going to be some ‘Interesting Times’ for a few pull-starts.
    And thanks for the heads-up on those sites.

  • Bill

    More like entrapment.

  • Unca Walt

    Zed’s loaned his scar to one of the Morlocks.

    • Spin Drift

      Didn’t the humans in “Terminator” (I just said that in Arnold’s voice in my head) use dogs to sniff out Terminators? Well indeed they are mans best friend.

      I’m just glad our 105 lb Black Lab never met one of these robots. He would have been trying to hump that contraption till the next county. My girlfriend loved that dog but never turned her back to him. My best friend used to call him a ‘poon hound.

      Spin
      Department of Animal Husbandry, Genetic and Breeding Section

  • Dastardly Dan

    FYI, both those links worked for me. Using Firefox 44.0.2
    If this were a video, I might have to watch it in my bunk.

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