Day By Day

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  • Nancy

    I think that might have been a mistake.

    • TomZ

      I know it was a mistake.
      Perhaps Jo should ‘return to sender’ before flipping the latch.

      • Too Tall

        Return the lock to sender at subzero temperatures and supersonic speed. Kind of like a supremely chill one pound, 3 inch slug. That will leave a mark.

        • MasterDiver

          First Law? I don’ need no stinkin’ First Law!

          Zar Belk!

  • Fox2!

    Fatal error on someone’s part. Is Zests within a kilometer of the scene?

  • Fox2!

    Autocucmber. Zed.

  • Fox2!

    Of course. the offender may find out where Sam keeps her hide-away.

    • John M.

      Jo duplicated everything else, does she have a “hideaway” also?

  • Too Tall

    Sam is very fetching as a damsel in distress.

  • Pamela

    Somebody is going to get an ass whooping…or more

  • Too Tall

    Unleash the Tabasco!

  • John M.

    Does Jo have the targetting capabilities to return fire on the right target? Antifa – 0, DD – 1.
    Trip the latch Sam, get it over with…

  • WayneM

    Hard to beat machine reflexes. PantiFA is in for a bad time.

  • JSStryker

    Jo, I do believe you are correct. You have permission to go hot with your weapons.

    • interventor

      Frozen, in this case.

  • John T. Block

    Cry “HAVOC!”, and let loose the Bull of War….

    • Wotan

      * ANTONY:
      Blood and destruction shall be so in use
      And dreadful objects so familiar
      That mothers shall but smile when they behold
      Their infants quarter’d with the hands of war;
      All pity choked with custom of fell deeds:

      And Caesar’s spirit, ranging for revenge,
      With Ate by his side come hot from hell,
      Shall in these confines with a monarch’s voice
      Cry ‘Havoc,’ and let slip the dogs of war;

      That this foul deed shall smell above the earth
      With carrion men, groaning for burial.”

  • interventor

    Drop the temperature of the lock well below zero. Return to sender at Mach4. May result in shrapnel even forensics will puzzle over.

  • S'aaruuk

    These assholes could not have made a worse decision/action if they’d had a script.

    If that padlock had hit Sam in the face…………

    Chris, PLEASE allow us the vicarious pleasure of seeing these worthless, cowardly shitbags get what they so RICHLY DESERVE.

    And don’t spare the graphics or gore….(or screams of fear & pain)

    Muchly obliged and appreciated.

  • Jeff K.

    I had the same idea as John M. You needed one more panel showing the immediate return of the “lost” item to the sender. His nose would have been a good target.

  • Bren

    Antifa never knows when to quit, and they’re always surprised when things go south.

    • Tom Stockton

      Bren, the same with almost all terrorist groups… they love to dish it out, and fall apart when they’re on the receiving end. If I know Mr. Muir and his storytelling, this will not end well for the ANTIFA thugs. Hopefully!

    • Delilah T

      And no one will remember their names.

      • Too Tall

        Zed has 40+ acres, a backhoe and a 1911. Looks like he will get to use them all in one night.

        (Adapted from a speech Zed shall give to the twins’ potential boyfriends when the twins start to date.)

    • Old Codger

      When have they really needed to quit in the real world? Their activities go south all the time and they’ve never gotten so much as a wrist slap for it. I hope they have a Repub judge handy for the lawsuit. Those folks are not afraid to wage a little lawfare when they need to.

  • S'aaruuk

    Very true. And whenever they get their asses handed to them, immediately start crying about how THEY’RE the victims of “right-wing violence” and all they were doing was “peacefully protesting”.

    Yeah……riiiiiiiiight…..not even Tabasco can lay out THAT much bullshit.

    • JTC

      Dead on with the dragon as these asswipes taunt the “super soldier legend deserving of the title” aka the defenders of the Republic…it will get them killed sooner or later and better sooner than later.

      But they *are* Cthulhu, or tentacles of it, and there are many. It is that Cartman of theirs that we struggle so to identify that together embody evil and malice and think themselves the masters of darkness…giving the finger(s) to the Real Satan and the Real Purgatory, the anti-creations of God. And that too will get them killed.

      So their fate is sealed, God is on our side and they will be defeated. But like I said, whether by our dragon rising up or by His hand smiting them for their evil and their blasphemy, or both…sooner rather than later please.

      “Acting out” as this pack of pantifas are doing is a sign of desperation; they are nearing their end. Please God.

  • Fronk!

    Looking forward to the “Attack of the 50 Foot Woman” homage. [My favorite 50s Sci-Fi flickl.] Maybe tomorrow?

  • Deplorable B Woodman

    “Return to sender.
    Address unknown.
    No such number.
    No such home.”

    Thank you. Thank you very much.

  • GWB

    A lock? I get the bike lock thing (handy on a college campus, easily used as a club), but throwing a padlock? Rocks are so much cheaper and more abundant. *smh*

    (Does it maybe have “Skye” scratched on the back? Since her locker isn’t being used anymore….)

    • cfm56dash7

      Maybe it’s a joke. That is, Jo may use the lock combined with Tabasco as a ‘combination’ move.

    • interventor

      The Antifree thugs put a lock in a sock and use such as clubs.

  • Wood

    Oh it’s on like Donkey Kong.

  • Tagg

    Ah. A combination lock. Interesting…

  • Josboogie

    By the color of the shirtsleeve I’d say Jo was catching the lock before it could do any damage.

    • Punta Gorda

      I’ve heard tell that dogs “see” at 70 frames/second and humans at 30. This is why they are seemingly so good at catching things on the fly. I wonder what Jo’s visual refresh rate is?

  • PaulS

    Hoh Boi! This gonna get good. πŸ™‚

  • Delilah T

    Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow,
    Creeps in this petty pace from day to day,
    To the last syllable of recorded time;
    And all our yesterdays have lighted fools
    The way to dusty death. Out, out, brief candle!
    Life’s but a walking shadow, a poor player,
    That struts and frets his hour upon the stage,
    And then is heard no more. It is a tale
    Told by an idiot, full of sound and fury,
    Signifying nothing.

    The Minoans had a sport called bull dancing. I wonder how that would work at the borders of the Double D.

    • The 300

      According to the wall paintings at Knossos, the Minoan bull dancers were fit youths who grabbed the horns of the bull and flipped themselves over its back.

      Doubt any of these pantifa goons are that athletic on a diet of cheetos and Mountain Dew.

      • interventor

        There are tomb paintings of Etruscans doing the same. Portuguese bullfighters pole vault over the bulls.

    • JTC

      Miss D, ah Willie and his Macbeth, the gift that keeps on giving. And the beauty is the meaning is new at every turn.

      Nice quote to befit this particular dark context; their struts and frets in their hour upon the stage will soon be heard or remembered no more.

      And sooner rather than later as I asked of God upthread. Good one D.

      • Delilah T

        And, JTC, as I said earlier, no one will remember their names. Assigned to the dustbin of “Histories of Violent Groups”, they have made themselves Anonymous.

        Stalin was a big fan of mass graves. Just sayin’.

  • James Gemind

    Fuckit it’s ON.

    Clear and present danger, assault caught on video, shoot to kill is authorized…

  • Badger

    This’ll make the annual thing in Pamplona look like a boutique vacation.

  • sgtcpt

    Mr. Muir you have proven you are a tease of the first order. Right up there with those ecdysiast Theodora, Mata Hari, Sally Rand, and Gypsy Rose Lee. However there comes a time when you have to give the audience what they want. I suggest a classic double envelopment. Zed on one flank and Tabasco on the other. Jo can hold the center.

  • Old Codger

    If anything happens to those Pantifa goons I hope the Don still has a few $mil for the (inevitable) lawsuit. I hope Jo aims CoM when she returns that lock. Otherwise DD ranch could be looking at a “wrongful death” suit. Even if the killing is justified under TPC Chapter 9, you still have to worry ’bout a lawsuit.

    Lawfare. What a concept.

    • Codger, the simple answer to the problem you posed is to eliminate all witnesses.

    • JTC

      Fun to fantasize about the creative demise of these faceless attackers, but the truth is that any of us might face a personal attack and most of us here have decided we will take personal responsibility for responding to it, but a does of reality of what they may entail is advisable.

      OC makes the very valid point that if you must resort to deadly defense your life will be seriously changed and not for the better, maybe even wrecked entirely.

      But at least you will have a life; that is the ultimate point and justification.

      Still, as we call for the creative blood-letting of these pods, even participate in it, keep your real deal responsibilities to you and yours in mind and prepare accordingly. Both with our Constitutionally guaranteed deadly means to defend them but also with a plan for the aftermath.

  • Willie k

    Lawsuit? Who is going to sue? Plenty of open land out there, just saying.

    • interventor

      After the feral hogs are finished, just a bunch of teeth to rake up.

  • Spin Drift

    “It’s time to Die”*

    Spin

    *”Do Robots Dream of Electric Sheep”

  • DCE

    Hmm. If Jo has the capability of recording what she sees/hears and the surveillance cameras picked up the assault, then I doubt any lawsuit would be successful as it would be easy to show any actions taken by the residents of the DD Ranch acted in self defense.

    Then again it’s Texas, where “He just plain needed killin’ ” is a valid defense.

  • Nancy

    “I have forty acres and a backhoe.”

  • RayNAiken

    A little KY jelly, insertion, a few stitches so it does not fall out…….all in full view so everyone sees what is in store.

    • Merle

      Why waste the KY??? πŸ™‚

  • Brad

    That lock isn’t something they brought with them, thus it came off of something at the DD perimeter,… like maybe a gate?

    • Sam

      You sure about that, Brad? Looks like the first panel is an antifa punk preparing to throw it and the second is Jo catching it just before it hit Sam.

      Cheap padlocks are a great thing for them to carry. Carried in the hand it’s a great punch multiplier. And when you can’t get close enough to suckerpunch someone, it can become a handy projectile when no rock is available. They just didn’t count on anyone catching it and sending it back from whence it came.

  • Pamela

    There is gilding the lily and then there is gelding the loonies.

    • Sam

      Why bother gelding them? They’re already sans manhood.

      Still, I suppose it’s best to make sure. Don’t bother with the anesthesia.

      • Delilah T

        I never knew a veterinarian who used a local on an obnoxious stuf or bull calf or boar for neutering.

        This is a symbol of what can happen in real in a city. The bike locker whacker lost his job – remember?

        Check your ammo levels and = wait, aren’t there incendiary rounds that set things on fire? Legal in TN, I believe.

        • Delilah T

          Well, gee, I must be half asleep. That’s ‘stud”, not ‘stuf’.

          • Pamela

            They won’t be studs once their stuf is gone πŸ˜‰

    • Deplorable B Woodman

      ROFLOL!!

  • Lee Leachman

    Will we see woke Skye going against the antifa?

  • SFCGator

    Y’know, I’d pay real money to see a bloody, graphic image of an ANTIFA asshat literally getting his ass handed to him in all its glorious gore.

    • Delilah T

      If it happens, it will be in cities where there are police who won’t stand down against them but will fight back. And it will make the 1968 protests at the Chicago Democratic National Convention look like wishful thinking… But that was over the draft and Vietnam, not this brainless nonsense.

      This is anarchy.

      • JTC

        Not anarchy, which has a purpose.

        Their elite masters may have a purpose (our destruction), but for these frontline pantifa slaves themselves, it’s just an excuse for mindless riot and destruction to avoid real effort and responsibility.

        And all of that is a quite close parallel to the Vietnam protests which are often given a pass as somehow justified, but those hippies were just the half a century ago version of these mindless useless scum there at the ranch.

  • Wulfenite

    Somebody is going to get a whooping from a “girl”. There is a grrr in girl for a reason.

  • Gary S

    An extreme ass beating is the right of all antifa

  • cz93x62

    Full agreement, JTC–AntiFa is 1968 Sorbonne/Columbia/Cal-Berzerkley v.2.0. I suspect that “Here Comes The Good Part” is about to commence.

  • This will not end well for the attacker(s).

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