Day By Day

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  • Kafiroon

    Well, double aught always left me some meat. I do not think there w2ill be enough left to bring back.

  • Epador

    Was that whiskey they were supposed to obtain?

  • Sam

    Oh, I don’t know. Remember, it’s Naomi we’re talking about. Six head shots, six turkeys. No problem.

    • Kafiroon

      10 pcs. of brass that can be seen.

      • GWB

        And the muzzle flash does NOT seem to be a door gunner, but a chin mount. Yumpin’ yiminy!

  • JTC

    Hmmm. Wild turkey are game animals, unlike feral hog.

    Not 100% positive, but pretty sure this chopper hunt is a no-no.

    • JTC

      Lot of years and effort by hunters and NWTF to bring them ugly birds back from the brink, I doubt the citizens of the DD want to disrespect that.

      But picking out a couple three tender shoats is a service to the land and good eatin’ to boot, whole roasted pig makes for a very good Thanksgiving meal…the Reds should forget about the oil vat and get the pit fired up.

  • Did they take their son with them in order to let him get some shooting done?

  • Pete231

    I don’t believe that strafing wild game fowl from a rotary-winged aircraft is what the Pilgrims had in mind to celebrate their life in the New World. Now, on the other hand, if they used cluster munitions for better area coverage, then I could see the efficiency in that type of pursuit for the festive victuals……

    • oldarmourer

      the ‘pilgrims’ and the ‘natives’ of the time didn’t hunt from helicopters with scoped rifles because they didn’t have them…and for that reason alone…driving herds over cliffs was a little further west, building big brush ‘nets’ in waterways to catch anyhing that swam was more the eastern style…

  • Well, that would be the sort of thing they might do.

  • NotYetInACamp

    Some people just don’t know the rules.
    Unless, of course, they had changed the menu, or added to it.
    Now what were those rules about taking game on one’s own property. My mom taught me to think the best of people. They must be harvesting feral hogs, sows preferably – no fright testosterone to ruin the taste, and the lovely but deadly Naomi had already harvested some on property wild turkey in complete legality. I am not looking up Texas laws and custom concerning game harvesting of a large spread. (Don’t say nothing to any wardens. Can game wardens enter large properties without probable cause or invitation?) Aw. just enjoy the turkey dinner. I am not eating the turkeys that come onto my property. I like to see them walking around in the yard through my windows. Though they dissapeared about a week ago. I think they have a bunker.

  • JackDeth 72

    Anotoly can do the hover. Naomi can do “One Shot. One Kill”s all day long.

    Feral hogs can easily be gutted and made ready for the smoker for the weekend and following week(s).

    Something to ponder.

    And you’re welcome.

    • eon

      And 7.62 chain guns are more accurate than most people think. Not to mention having an adjustable rate of fire even on full automatic.

      Have a Happy Thanksgiving, everyone. Especially you, CM.

      cheers

      eon

      • GWB

        Happy Thanksgiving, eon!
        And to all here, especially Chris – Thanks for you!

  • Bill G

    I just hope she isn’t being forced to deal with some turkeys smuggling dope.

    • NotYetInACamp

      Who foolishly shot at Naomi and her love first!

  • Catbert

    Chris and fans – I’m thankful I get to read this strip everyday and enjoy the clever humor. It’s like we have our own private club.

    • Unca Walt

      I second that.

  • JTC

    Happy T-Day all…DBD, its artiste, and its denizens are definitely on the list of things I am thankful for.

  • PaulS

    Thankful for the daily dose of sanity provided by our merry band of deplorables.

  • Pamela

    May your day be blessed and filled with love, laughter, great company and good food.

  • clayusmcret

    Happy Thanksgiving, Chris! Here’s heartfelt blessings to you and yours!!

  • MasterDiver

    Happy Thanksgiving, Chris and all DD fans. Fine dining and safe travels to all.

    Zar Belk!

  • Kafiroon

    Thank You Chris! Happy Thanksgiving to you, yours and everyone that is thankful for what we have been Blessed with!

  • Swansonic

    Happy Thanksgiving!

    And many thanks to Chris for his daily dose of digital digressions as well as the members of A-Muir-ica on the web. Blessings to all…

  • Delilah T.

    I believe there is no limit or “season” on feral hogs. They’re a nuisance. And whatever they eat flavors the meat, too.

    Happy Thanksgiving, everyone. Just glad I live in the home of the brave and the land of the free.

  • Deplorable B Woodman

    Happy Thanksgiving to all, and to a good feast!
    Having many family members over from both sides……..(portion deleted by myself, as being a downer to the holiday).
    In any case, see a’ya’all tomorrow, after you awake from your food coma. And CM, if this cartoon is still up tomorrow, we’ll understand and forgive you. After all, Thanksgiving is all about giving thanks with family. Sometimes other things can wait. Priorities, people, priorities.

  • Kafiroon

    “Attacks by roving flocks of wild turkeys are on the increase around suburban Boston–AP
    This is what the heirs of The Sons of Liberty have been reduced to. This is what they have allowed, and in many cases, demanded. Human beings, with dominion over the earth, scurrying from turkeys.”
    Several tears old.
    http://waronguns.blogspot.com/2005/11/night-of-evil-butterball.html

  • NotYetInACamp

    Oh, that men would give thanks to the Lord for His goodness,
    And for His wonderful works to the children of men!
    Let them sacrifice the sacrifices of thanksgiving,
    And declare His works with rejoicing. ~ Ps. 107:21-22

    Happy Thanksgiving

  • NotYetInACamp

    Alice’s Restaurant
    (youtube site deleted)

    and then on to real people, not socialist songwriters.
    Personal private property rights made it Thanksgiving Day, not Starvation Day.
    http://www.freedomsback.com/thankful-for-property