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  • Deplorable B Woodman

    Some choices. If I were a Sam type woman, I’d rather stay single. Let my genetic line die out rather than continue with “men” like those.

  • Deplorable B Woodman

    As far as Comey’s excuses for becoming the “man” that he is today, that’s REALLY weak tea. As a teen, I was subject to lots of teasing et al from cousins, and I didn’t turn into a bullying asshole toady (BAT).

  • cz9.3x62

    My daughters would agree with Skye’s observation. Our youngest (still single) thinks that most men her age (27) are castratti afraid of their own shadows. She is a force of nature, for sure–but so too is my lovely wife who walked the Compostela de Santiago last year. We don’t raise sissies hereabouts.

  • Pete231

    So the meth head beat off over a dozen LEOs in the struggle to assert himself ?

  • eon

    By Comey’s “standards”, the bullying and abuse I was subject to as a child and adolescent should have made me either Jeffrey Dahmer or Pol Pot.

    My conclusion is that Comey is just nucking futz. How did this idiot ever end up in the FBI…oh, wait.

    It sort of explains itself.

    clear ether

    eon

    • JTC

      Proving once again that we are only partially the product of our environment. Not to downplay the effects of neglect and abuse that infects so many families, or the bullying that is so magnified by “social” media that kids are offing themselves, but…

      Some people survive those things and then take it as a challenge to prove to themselves and others that they are as good as anybody and better than most, like brother eon here, while some take it as an excuse for all their failures and they never attain success at anything.

      Then there are those who spend the rest of their lives getting even, quite a few among them are quite intelligent and even charming. But make no mistake, they want to inflict pain and damage on you because someone inflicted it on them many years ago.

      Unfortunately, MANY of these types are attracted to LE, and LE is in turn in many ways attracted to them; it, pervades the ranks of not just LEO’s but also outfits like the FIBies, whose very name encourages deceit and double dealing. So many of them find a home there. We know which of those types describes Comey there: it is surreal to see this 7 foot pussy whine about his upbringing as if to make silent excuse for what he really is and for what he knows he has done…and is taking glee in taking his revenge.

      But he is just just the most visible one, that damn swamp is still crawling with others just like him. So are the other letter agencies, congress itself of course, and to varying degree every single law enforcement level right down to Mayberry. Scary shit.

  • Fronk!

    What a sad (to say nothing of accurate) commentary today’s strip is on the American experience in the year 2018. Sigh…

  • JackDeth 72

    Jeebus…..

    Tide Pods
    Bath Salts
    Or Meth?

    The Male Sexual Imperative sure is a strange thing, isn’t it?

    • NotYetInACamp

      But Pete said that “… the meth head beat off over a dozen LEOs ”
      Was that San Francisco, Seattle, or some other progressive hot bed?
      What’s that all about? Power plays everywhere.

      Being picked on as a kid because I was the younger brother of good athletes envied by others just made me hit back harder. On quick memory I have been subjected to being surrounded by large numbers of people actually actively trying to severely injure me. I also have stepped into protecting or aiding people that I knew and those that I did not have a clue who they were that were subjected to 9-2 , 7-1, 8-3, 12 – 1 that bloomed to 30-2 (I did not go down and put many of them on the street. The story gets better, but not here), 6-1 odds. Plus the various stepping behind bar owners that I knew when bikers or others were threatening to severely injure them. I can’t bully after all the bullying I have been subject to or seen. The professional victims in this country make me puke. I do not fit with that part of society. Comey. I wonder if he took bu….. never mind. With his name and attitude I can see why he is what he is. He did not rise above it. Protecting a genocidal murderer like Hillary is what he became. He is part of those who enable the misuse of American power overseas and in the USA. I only see and hear snippets of the war currently going on for the future of our nation and parts of the world, but, this Comey guy is on the bad guys side. We all want the bad guys captured, jailed, and resolution obtained.
      They could have all walked away with their ill gotten gains I hear, but, likely they believed the good guys would do to them what they were going to do to the good guys. Or they never were going to submit and release the power they thought they deserved. I hate knowing so little.
      I wonder if Barry and Brennan ever still meet and then put their arses to the sky at the appropriate times during the day?
      With reports saying around 80% across the board of the nation could face bankruptcy given any small glitch in their lives, it takes good women to be part of any partnership. Professional victims and non worker capable pamper babes don’t look to be able to cut the mustard as needed by the good men in the nation. These are tough times. By design.

  • Bill G

    Is the FBI salvageable, or is there too much rot at the top to be able to keep it? I keep thinking back to Clifford Stoll’s book “The cuckoo ‘ s egg : tracking a spy through the maze of computer espionage” and how much trouble he had getting the Feebies to look into the spying he’d found.

    • Bill G

      Forgot to include that that was back in ’89. Things have not been improving since then.

    • Wood

      I find it ridiculous they think they have a “good” reputation to protect, that ship sailed a long time ago. Or they never in fact had it, given their origin. Don’t forget they took no action on 2 warnings about a suspected school shooting perp. I am suspicious of all fed enforcement groups, as should every citizen.

  • Precision270

    I never had an unresponded to wedgie or other manner of intimidation. Sometimes the retribution happened then and there. Sometimes, that cold calculating part of my mind waited for the appropriate time. We will just say that no person EVER did that twice.

    I was once with two friends who were surrounded by a gang of 16. The other two ran off and left me. I left, barely walking, with an eye swollen shut and bruised everywhere except the bottom of one foot. They had 4 in the hospital and my name became known in that part of the community as a no go zone. Also a friend from that part of town made it know that if it happened again, he would make sure those who got away from me would face him after the fact and one on one.

    After I healed up, those two cowards LEARNED why you never leave a friend behind. They learned that lesson good and hard. A few years later, when confronted with a similar situation, they stood their ground. Most likely as much out of fear to what I would do to them, as realizing 3 against 12 “tough guys” wasn’t really so bad. It also didn’t hurt that my other friend showed up, and shouted from outside the circle “insert my name here”, you want to take them yourself or can I join in the fun.

    For some reason, the gang decided to slink off at that point.

    Reason #1027 the prohibition on “violence” only creates more bullies and thus more violence. Let the people figure it out, occasionally with fists.

    • Deplorable B Woodman

      Precision 270,
      It was too late for me, I had to mature the hard long way over the years. But I let my g’son (VERY tall for his age, and red hair – a bully magnet) know that if he’s being picked on and bullied in jr high and HS, it was more than acceptable for him to deliver a “preemptive strike” against his tormentors. We would have his back against any school or parental authority.
      He did have to fight, and fight back, a few times. And defend others (bless his gentle giant soul). But after a few fights, he was left alone. And I never had to go to the school to speak with any teachers or principal.

    • NotYetInACamp

      Yup. I had most of the people that I helped bail on me most of the time. …
      I picked up one off of the ground afterward and explained what’s what to the cops who arrived later. along with another friend who had seen me in the melee and stepped in and helped. No one went near him. He looked similar to a barracuda swimming through schools of bait fish. Clear for about ten feet around him. That was something to see from the midst of the brawl. They were wise to steer clear of him. Me, they thought they could take. They thought wrong. And I hate fighting. Never started a fight in my life. (I have considered starting one like Wallace did as in Braveheart, but not yet.)

  • Pamela

    I didn’t know Twekers could still get it up while under the influence

    • Fronk!

      We learned something today!

  • JTC

    “If you’re a single woman , this isn’t news.”

    If you’re a single woman there is a very good chance that you are responsible for reducing your “choices” to the fags, cucks, freaks, and pussies on the market.’

    • JTC

      Apologies to all you real women out there, but talk about limited choices, have you paid attention to what seems to pass for women today?

  • Forrest

    Working at the local airport, I checked credentials and flight orders for LEO’s boarding passenger flights. When checking fbi creds, I would joke with local city LEO’s about whether the agent was an accountant or a lawyer.

  • MAJ Arkay

    Anyone have a link to that story? The only one I’m finding is from 2013.

  • Mort

    I learned young in life, that you have an obligation to stand up for yourself;
    If you back down, or run away, you are ruined.

    An older kid, who I very much respected, said.. “at the beginning of a confrontation
    with a boy you knew wanted to bully you, what you needed to do was
    a quick hard punch in the mouth…. even if he didn`t run away, there is a good
    chance after word gets around, nobody will fuck with you any more.”

  • Precision270

    my method of fighting (when required) is something most people are not ready for. I am NOT a large guy, so I am 100% all in. In that fight where I was drastically out numbered, it was headbutts, fists, knees, elbow, feet. Whatever could do the most damage the quickest. I paid no active attention to defense. Pure attack.

    I broke one leg, one eye socket, 2 or three noses and a few other things. I was beat to a pulp, but I lived.

    At first my mother was mad at me for fighting, then my dad asked some questions and they realized I was fighting for my life and mom got over it. Dad then asked why I was over there alone. I replied that I wasn’t.

    Long pause.

    “Looking at my mom, he is going to have another fight after he heals.”

    At first she didn’t get it. Then she did.

    After that, I never had any issues with my parents if I came home a bit scraped up – which was rare.
    I also had very few issues with the bullies / tough guys. As my dad used to say, “with a bully, while he is having dinner, you better at least get in a light lunch.”

    I always did.

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