Day By Day

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  • NotYetInACamp

    Well done, Don ‘PAPA.’

  • Swansonic

    Brilliant!

  • If you know the tricks…and obviously don Portago does.

  • Pete231

    Really want to see the little cockzucker roasted on a spit over a roaring fire….

    • JackDeth 72

      *Ahem*

      “A hot stake is better than a cold chop!”

      *”Curly’ Howard of ‘The Three Stooges’*

      • MasterDiver

        A slow roast over a bed of glowing coals would be more satisfying.

        (Twenty minutes to the pound. We’ll be here a month!-Moe Howard)

        Zar Belk!

  • Fronk!

    Facebook: The safest place for sexting with underage girls…
    [Insert Carlos Danger Picture Here]

    “For those who exalt themselves will be humbled, and those who humble themselves will be exalted,” Matthew 23:12.

  • JackDeth 72

    Well done, Mr. Muir!

    It’s so refreshing to see that those epic “Crime In The Suites” novels of the late, great Ross Thomas like ‘The Money Harvest” and its intended shorting national 1970s wheat crops are alive in well and properly executed.

    Also a H/T to your caring enough to rip off the very best in commercials and taglines.

    Well done, indeed.

  • Bill G

    Ah, yes … giving a Zuck, as opposed to all the millions of people who’ve been zucked.

  • Alex J

    Wondering when not if there will be a class action shareholder law suit against Zuck.

    Lawfare is a game for rich folk

    • Doggo

      I’ve heard there are already 3 class action suits starting up. One is shareholders, at least one other is folks whose data was released. Should be worth at least one dollar…and nine cents for each of them.

  • Delilah T.

    Please note that Zuckerberger had to sit on a 4 inch thick cushion, because he is only 5’7″ tall.

    Was he trying to make up for some unknown shortcoming? Short man syndrome, perhaps?

    • Vince

      He just isn’t used to sitting at the Big Boys table.

  • Bill

    In this market ”…stay nimble, my friends”

  • Spin Drift

    In another vein of billionaires doing works, I wonder if The Don will finance counter protests when the Soros funded useful idiots protest the final ouster of Rosenstein and Mueller. Also can Soros and their ilk be charged with racketeering and other Rico acts violations? Asking for a friend.

    Spin
    Hang’em, hang’em all and hang’em high.

  • JTC

    For a double whammy, I hope both Dons went short on Suckerbook and long on Smith and Ruger which were almost written off until the banned started playing and the blood dancing started up again. (the “banned”…heh.).

    Highest single day NICS and second highest month in history, in the last month or two. We say the lefties are smart and have a plan but time after time they play the “I wanna be top gun sales guy” game…they are responsible for more firearms entering the national armory in the last decade than in the century before that.

    Not so smart as these are the tools that will prevent them from implementing the rest of their agenda. So thanks, LSM, Soros, Sucker, Bloomie, astroturf Moms, zit-faced kids, etc. Y’all are dumber than you look.

    • JTC

      And as to said LSM, Bloomie, et al…

      https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/economy/bank-of-america-to-stop-lending-to-some-gunmakers/2018/04/10/2ebea3e6-3cc6-11e8-a7d1-e4efec6389f0_story.html?noredirect=on&utm_term=.b0fc23218f4a

      They must be shooting for (heh again) another NICS record this month…it is apparently not in their DNA to understand that if you tell a free American he can’t have something, he’ll go through hell and high water to get it…even if he doesn’t really need it. This attack too, is having a 180 degree unintended consequence; the very decent entry level AR platform rifle made by Smith was in way oversupply due the runup for potus Clinton and the subsequent TrumpSlump…and the best online price sank below $500. Today BudsGuns is sold out of them other than some offshoots, and stock prices are up for manufacturers and wholesalers.

      Do you think they know that you can make these things at home easier than the erector set you had as a kid, and that pretty soon you can just print one out?

      Wonder if they know

  • WayneM

    Watching Zuckerberg sputtering banalities, dodging and spinning was amusing but nothing more. I thought I was going to fall off of my chair when he prevaricated about how he was taking careful measures within his company to avoid political bias because he recognized how leftist bias infused Silicon Valley… Good one, Zucker…

    It looked to me like political bukkake… interesting to watch but no-one changed anyone’s opinions since leftists have either direct or insinuated control of these social media platforms and they feel justified in exercising censorship of their political enemies. As much as free speech advocates might rail and rage, the Republicans aren’t that far ideologically from the Democrats so nothing will change. At least Zuckerberg pretended to be uncomfortable but the reality is he is and will remain a multi-billionaire, even if he walks away from Facebook.

    Long story short, those who wish to preserve liberty are failing at their own game.

    Zuckerberg created Facebook and became the dominant social media platform despite many, many warning signs but where is the liberty-minded counterpart? Likewise with Twitter, YouTube, etc… If it is a free market economy and the political right sees themselves as being the business class, how did they allow themselves to be caught so flatfooted that leftists absolutely dominate companies like Google?

    So what does the future hold? There are a few platforms that aren’t much past the startup stage. Can they grow fast and large enough to compete with the big leftists? Or will the excesses and inherent fascism of the leftists end up causing their companies to implode? Time will tell…

    • OldGoat36

      Makes you wonder if the leftists in these companies might have had some help from a favorite Uncle N.S.A… or other like minded Uncle (or Aunt, can be misogynistic can we) so they could grow so quickly and so entrenched. Not that our government agencies would ever look to spy on their own citizens…

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  • lurking

    Oh, that’s a pigeon in take-off. At first I thought someone was swinging a stick.

    Momentary confusion. ..

    • lurking

      BTW, Nice blur effect. 😀

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