Day By Day


  • JTC

    Crappy prep work y’all. 🙁

    But, looks like the cavalry is coming.

    At least I hope that’s what is happening.

  • Pamela

    I’d say half a beef on a spit

    • JTC

      It’s a Texas Q place with herds of wild pig, gotta be a couple of whole hogs in the pit.

      And like I referenced up there, hopefully she’ll be serving the visitors and not vice versa.

      • JTC

        Travis might have screwed that up though; Sam told him to bring in a truckload of hog and apparently he thought she said hawg… 🙂

  • Calvin

    Gonna need a lot of frijoles and tortillas.

  • John Block

    Somehow, I DONT think they’re coming for fahitas….

  • WayneM

    They should cascade the recharging of the dawgs so there’s always at least one or two ready for action… Hopefully Tabasco is in a bad mood…

    • Tagg

      A small, well trained, well armed, technically savy, and advantageously positioned force can hold at bay or even defeat a much larger, poorly equipted and under trained force. But there is a level at which sheer numbers alone will overwhelm. That situation is exactly what our POTUS is trying to prevent at our southern land border at this very moment.

  • Punta Gorda

    Toss a habanero in his feed. He’ll kill anything in view.

  • kadaka

    Is there a reason the gang uses old trucks that don’t have a remote kill switch the government can command like OnStar? (Yeah we noticed why Barry O bailed out GM yet sold off Chrysler.)

    • MasterDiver

      Another reason I will NOT use GM products. Love my ’06 Honda Element!

      Zar Belk!

      • eon

        Rule 1 of Survival;

        Vital equipment should, as much as possible, NOT be “computerized”. especially personal weapons and emergency transportation.

        Sure, the Beretta Viper 14 is old. So’s gravity, but it still works. Nice thing about the Viper is that I have a bullet, I have a target, I pull the trigger, and the gun does all the math for the hit. And with the Viper, I never have batteries go dead on me in the middle of a firefight.

        -Wolfgang Kies, Wolf and Raven by Michael Stackpole

        If there’s a computer in it, it can be compromised. or just go down due to technical issues.

        Computers are fine for data storage or transfer, or just playing games, but if your ass is going to be on the line, make sure your equipment won’t go down because a chip somewhere went “black”, or started singing “I’m A Little Teapot” to itself.

        clear ether


        • The 300

          That’s why I’m not crazy about fly by wire.

        • kadaka

          “or just go down due to technical issues.”

          So when your red dot/holgraphic or laser sight goes out when the tiny circuit board fries, you’re ready to instantly rip it off the rail and go to iron?

          • eon

            I’ve never used anything more complicated than a Tasco 2.5-14X on top of an accurized .300 WM.

            No batteries included, or required.

            Laser sights are mainly for wannabees who are completely oblivious to the fact that they give away their position in subdued light, especially if there’s any amount of dust or humidity (above 45%) in the air. Tactical teams use them mainly due to Hollywood.

            There is really no substitute for proper sight picture. As they say, how do you get to Carnegie Hall?






          • kadaka

            “they give away their position in subdued light”

            That’s what the infrared laser sights are for, work with night vision.

  • Cliff

    The country is in bad shape. Our neighbors, the Democrats, are against us.

    • eon

      They always have been. They mostly began as the Tories who opposed the Declaration of Independence, and then they were the “planters” who opposed the abolition of slavery, and went to war to impose it on the entire country.

      They fell in love with Socialism and Communism because both promised a return to the feudal “ideal” of a ruling nobility (them) and a lot of serfs owned by that nobility (everybody else).

      They had a bromance with Nazism between the world wars because it scratched their mystical, anti-technology, anti-civilization, and anti-Semitic itches.

      After the second one, they switched that part of their warped and twisted psyches to Islam.

      Deep ecology became their religion when they realized that it said it was OK to hate everybody and worship dirt. Jehovah says you should love your neighbor; Gaia says to kill him in Her name. (Is she related to Allah?)

      I’ve always found it ironic that the party that named itself “Democrat” has never believed in democracy. Rather, they believe that they’re the Athenians and everybody else is the rest of Greece.

      And it might take a Peloponnesian War to sort it all out once and for all.

      clear ether


      • Delilah T.

        Walled cities, eon, dear. Walled cities keep The Them imprisoned, and The They have to show a permit to travel outside them there walls. I’m thinking they should also have a serial number tattooed on one arm… or does that sound too old-fashioned?

        • kadaka

          Is Kurt Russell up for Escape From Seattle?

        • JJ cooper

          Delilah, That hits too close to home.

      • JTC

        Pretty accurate timeline eon, except of course that those opponents of the first DI became the opponents of the second one when the producers sought to throw off their theft and control.

        The 150 year inoculation of a false and twisted narrative runs deep.

        • JTC

          inculcation, damn auto-correct.

          In such historical discussions it is far more accurate and instructive to throw off the D’s and R’s and adopt the term Leftist to differentiate, who then as now appropriate cultures and classes and pretend at protections of them in order to buy/generate popular support…the most racist and slaver mentality and method to achieve the hidden agenda.

          The more things change, etc. etc.

          • kadaka

            And yet “Leftists” keep looking like old-time feudal lords. Their leaders want to rise to power by commanding a peasant revolt, from the rear. Then they will be firmly ensconced as the new lords of the castle by dint of wisdom, as the peasants gladly serve their enlightened masters, eternally grateful for the blessings bestowed upon them from up high.

            deBlasio, there’s plenty of money it’s just in the wrong hands. Barry O, you didn’t build that. Robin Hood, take from the corrupt leaders and give it back to the people, and install the people’s true leaders as well. It’s all throughout their mythos, same concepts in new packaging.

          • JTC

            Correct, but you left unsaid the true agenda; it is not the empowerment and enrichment of the disadvantaged classes they seek, but their own.

      • The Greeks were only able to exist because most of the populace were slaves. The modern Democrats refuse to see that they would be the slaves and not the rulers

    • kadaka

      Forum With Presidential Candidates Begins With Chant From Fugitive Cop-Killer, Assata Shakur

      Jamal R. Watkins, the vice president of civic engagement at the NAACP, led off the “We The People Summit” by reciting a call-and-repeat chant from Assata Shakur.

      “It is our duty to fight for our freedom. It is our duty to win. We must love each other and support each other. We have nothing to lose but our chains,” Watkins said, referencing Karl Marx while the crowd repeated each sentence, according to Mediaite.

      These aren’t the neighbors you’re looking for. *handwave*

  • Bill

    Need more dawgs. Or Jos. Or both.

  • CaptDMO

    Nobody to fly the heli?
    Everyone in the entire place, including the kids, can’t fly the heli?
    What’s WRONG with these people?

  • DonS

    Looks like they’ve been caught with their pants down… now if only Chris would illustrate that! Woof!

    • kadaka

      Hey now, you’ll have to wait for the annual fundraiser to get a Zed pinup.

      • MAJ Arkay

        Well, crap. I don’t have near enough Zed pinups…

        • Pamela

          Neither do the DBD Ladies

          • JTC

            Of which it is my impression MAJ is one?

  • kadaka

    Look at how the Republicans are forcing the Democrats to inflict all this suffering on innocent Americans and undocumented permanent residents! How much misery will the people endure before accepting only those who caused it can make it stop?

    Democrats Block $13.5 Billion Disaster Relief Because It Didn’t Include Enough Money For Puerto Rico

    “The disaster relief package combined aid for a variety of natural disasters the country experienced, including support to southern farmers, California towns hit by wildfires and mudslides and states such as Georgia, Florida and North Carolina that were hit by hurricanes. Moreover, the legislation would provide funding to rebuild military bases in Florida and North Carolina that were destroyed during the hurricanes.”

    • Punta Gorda

      Well, Puerto Rico has a large block that wanted to kick us out, let them fund their own rebuild.

      • kadaka

        Puerto Rico is so corrupt and broke they couldn’t fund their own porta potties.

        • eon

          Plus, when federal money goes to the so-called “government” of PR, about half of it ends up in the slush funds of the Democratic Party on the mainland.

          Which is why the Dems are so determined to include PR in that aid package. Put simply, they want the cash.

          clear ether


          • JTC

            Which, as stated upthread s is the MO of leftists of all stripes and letters. Same as it ever was, with PR being just a more recent iteration of slaves needing freeing.

            God forbid they send in the Clintons and the UN to “help”.

    • Pamela

      Puerto Rico had more money than God with the last round of disaster relief/aid and wasted more of it than the entire US Military on shore leave. At least the Military got screwed/tattooed/drunk.

    • “Look at how the Republicans are forcing the Democrats to inflict all this suffering on innocent Americans and undocumented permanent residents! How much misery will the people endure before accepting only those who caused it can make it stop?”

      AND, we have a bingo.

    • Z-man51

      I had the distinct pleasure of living in Puerto Rico (1964-’67) when Dad was stationed at Ramey AFB. Even back then it was a third world country with all the evils attached: high-poverty, corruption, bribery, disease and the elites ran everything.
      My brother took our mother down there a few years ago to see how the old place was nowadays. Not surprisingly, it has only gotten worse. Still overcrowded, poverty throughout, corruption abounds, infrastructure falling apart and the haves have more and the peons have less. The illegal drug trade is a major problem there now and there are whole communities on the island that you just don’t go to anymore if you value your life. The authorities seem to turn a blind eye to the problem until they don’t get paid off then they’re all anti-drug until they get their money. The best thing we could do is grant them their independence and wash our hands of the place.
      And I hate saying this because even with their problems it is a beautiful Island and the people are very friendly and the majority are proud to be considered American.

  • Spin Drift

    Lee County Alabama. POTUS was here.

    War Damn Eagle!


    • JTC

      Fly-to country bro!

  • Time for a phone call to someone really important?


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