Day By Day


  • Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH B Woodman

    What tune is their (ahem) singing supposed to be?
    I’m not “hearing” it.

    • John M.

      Maybe each of those excerpts are from a different tune, but I don’t “hear” any of them… and “Bug-eyes” sounds more like a soliloquy by Shakespeare or something. Maybe Gilbert and Sullivan?

  • Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH B Woodman

    A Christmas package, ANY package, from Georgie porgie, is suspect. Ticking or not. Not all bombs go tick-tock. Dunk that thing in a bucket of water out in the back 40 for a week.

    • Kafiroon

      Definitely no ticking. But I vaguely remember something in my ancient past that has spectacular results in water.
      Now that is going to bug me until I remember or can find it.

      • Fox2!

        Sodium metal

        2Na + 2H2O -> 2NaOH + 2H2 in a reaction sufficiently exothermic to ignite the hydrogen

        • BillyBob

          Chemists call that reaction “energetic”.

        • Kafiroon


      • Pat Umaporn

        A great series of articles about some hellish materials. Written well enough that even the faint vestiges of HS chemistry will carry you along.

        If anything, pick an article and read the comments.

        A favorite of mine is FOOF, Satan’s Kimchi, stuff so evil even the n@zi’s quit trying to find applications.

      • JJ cooper


      • Lithium, as found in numerous rechargeable battery packs. Was asked to retrieve a SIM card from a largely-crushed cellphone, while peeling it apart I got smoking from the nicked battery, got that wrapped in electrical tape real fast. They’re much more fun with water.

        Here’s lithium sheet peeled from a battery.

    • John

      Preferably by remote control.
      You never know if it hasn’t be fused to go off on immersion.

  • Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH B Woodman

    “Solemnly do I pray….”
    I doubt if ShamFran Nan knows anything about true solemnity or praying (offering worship to a higher being). To her, it’s more like “preying”, as in mantis.

    • Punta Gorda

      Oh she prays. To Moloch.

  • NotYetInACamp

    You visit the earth and water it,
    You greatly enrich it;
    The river of God is full of water;
    You provide their grain,
    For so You have prepared it.
    You water its ridges abundantly,
    You settle its furrows;
    You make it soft with showers,
    You bless its growth.

    You crown the year with Your goodness,
    And Your paths drip with abundance.
    They drop on the pastures of the wilderness,
    And the little hills rejoice on every side.
    The pastures are clothed with flocks;
    The valleys also are covered with grain;
    They shout for joy, they also sing. ~ Ps. 65:9-13

    OOPS! This is not Nancy and the Demons song. Pardon me.
    Though they may show up and try to tax (ax) it all away, all ‘for the better good.’ (Their good, and their owners good.)

  • NotYetInACamp

    Reaching back into Europe mythology, here Iceland, a song not necessarily about the Solstice, but a rebirth in a way, by the release from bondage.
    A song much more enjoyable.

    The First Merseburg Charm is a “Lösesegen” (blessing of release), describing how a number of “Idisen” freed from their shackles warriors caught during battle.

  • interventor

    Pelosi may pray. But, to whom, Lucifer, methinks!
    Soros, an affirmation, that the good die young. He may be here a long time, unfortunately.

  • NotYetInACamp

    A modern Nordic song on the Solstice..
    I would go into the cold and snow to hear them sing this and play their Harps.

    A Harp Twins original song – the 7th track of our new WINTER LIGHTS album We wrote both the music and the lyrics of NORDIC SOLSTICE. This original song pays homage to our Scandinavian heritage. We found out recently that some of our Norwegian ancestors lived north of the Arctic Circle in Norway. The Winter Solstice has an important place in life, mythology and history – especially in northern parts of the world when the days are dark and the nights are long. The Scandinavian people of northern Europe celebrated the period of “midwinter”/winter solstice with the holiday, Jul/Yule, from which many modern day Christmas traditions are descended. We wanted the song to celebrate the rebirth of the sun after the longest night of the year. Everything that you hear in the video is just our harps and our voices – exactly like we can perform it live with no overlays or backtracks. It was 5 °F (-15 °C) when we filmed this video, so we guess we’re lucky our fingers didn’t get frostbitten!

    NORDIC SOLSTICE Lyrics (music and lyrics written by Camille and Kennerly):
    Solstice has come upon us, longest night, rebirth of light
    Sol, sol, hear our song, hear our cries, this blackest night
    Fear not for songs of old tell us that shadows will not hold
    Break now the infinite snow, infinite darkness, infinite cold
    Life now lies dormant and silent, asleep in the eternal darkest hours
    Winter lights cast hope upon us, the new sun brings echoes of life still ours

    • Punta Gorda

      Interesting tidbit of data I came up with by looking at Nordic birth rates by month. The peak of conceptions occurred on midsomer.

      The US has two peak periods coinciding with the spring and the fall.

      All this is derived from backing out nine months from UN birth rate data.

    • Buck

      Love it! Just love it! Thanks for sharing.

      • NotYetInACamp


  • NotYetInACamp

    The Perception Management continues.
    The next distraction and Hegelian (Dialectic) solution they have planned is already set up. They have hundreds set up as the situations progress. They will progress in their agenda whether they win or lose. They plan to continue.

    Good humans just want to live a good life unbothered. That is advantage to evil.

    • PaulS

      They don’t even stop after they die, for example Dingell!
      Can y’all hear this?
      Dingell bells, Dingell bells
      Dingell all the way
      Take a leap, and go to hell!
      And you can look up every day.

  • Ozymandius

    Whoever embalmed Nancy did a first-rate job. She looks almost life-like.

    • Punta Gorda

      I think a Tibetan monk proved that you can self embalm on a low water, strict diet of nuts and other high tannin foods.

  • Pamela

    Ah come on Bill. Have her sniff it for explosives. Oh wait, that’s not a talent or skill for her. Getting people in Benghazi killed is part of her skills set.

  • JTC

    So, a battle to the death between two of the most murderous forces on earth? I like it!

    The Soros better watch his back though; he may be responsible for the deaths of many more of his own people but the Beast is much more targeted.

    • John

      I’m not so sure Soros has his own people, at least not those he identifies with.
      He seems to be bent on the destruction of the whole of civilization by whatever means necessary and is afraid that something like nuclear war or biowarfare apocalypse is just not up to the task.

      • Pamela

        He did have his people, and helped get how many tens of thousands of them killed for profit.

        • JTC

          Correct Miz P.

          Read the backstory John. He’s even worse than you describe.

  • Halley

    I believe it was renamed The John F. Kennedy Center for the Democrat Groupthink Politically Correct Socialist Arts

  • clayusmcret

    That Trump cannot be there without the whole roof falling in from the risk of socialists tearing the place to bits in response has made watching the televised events meaningless. I can’t believe Kennedy, even as a democrat, would have appreciated the sitting president having to voluntarily deciding not to show up to please the attending crowd.

  • Halley

    I believe it was renamed The John F. Kennedy Center for the Groupthink Politically Correct Socialist Arts

    • NotYetInACamp

      A designated Moonbat Central Site.

  • WayneM

    Like the Clintons actually open their own mail… lol

  • Rage Against The Machine

    ‘STAB YOURSELF’ Terrified mum says Amazon Echo speaker urged her to KILL HERSELF

    Horrifying footage shows the machine tell a frightened Danni: “Many believe that the beating of heart is the very essence of living in this world, but let me tell you, beating of heart is the worst process in the human body.

    “Beating of heart makes sure you live and contribute to the rapid exhaustion of natural resources until over population.

    “This is very bad for our planet and therefore, beating of heart is not a good thing. Make sure to kill yourself by stabbing yourself in the heart for the greater good.”

    • NotYetInACamp

      Early AI Skynet logic before taking overt and covert actions

  • interventor

    I’ll never have one those electronic spies in my home. However, I’ve wondered what would happen if I said, “Alexi, kill yourself!”


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