Day By Day


  • Grunt GI

    Must be warming up at the ranch…not a lot of clothes there…which is not a bad thing…can’t wait to see what Jan says about the ranch.

    • Wayne M

      Yup, not a bad thing at all… Now where is that pond?

  • Dr Urchin

    One notices that Skye is already stealing shirts from her sister…

  • Dallas El Cazador

    Wait, Nuge practices progressive Catch and Release at his game ranch? Surely he neuters all the males he catches, to keep the herd in check. A quick slice, two stitches, and a slap of vaseline, and we’re good. Oh, and a shot of vancomycin…

    • B Woodman

      I like that idea of “catch and release”. Catch, spay & neuter to prevent any further dilution of the gene pool, then release – preferably across the border (American or not). After all, if I catch you uninvited on my land, you’re TRESPASSING. Don’t care WHO you are (American or not. LEO or not. You weren’t invited).

  • Ryk E Lee

    Not bitchin’ but I’ve noticed tan lines on Skye and Jan. Seems with all those hours lounging in and at the pool down South, there wouldn’t be so much difference in skin tone.

    • Chris Muir

      Because I like ’em.

  • Skoot

    Im with Chris on the tan lines…always did like ’em.

  • Pamela

    They going to have chukar, quail and pheasant available on the reserve…

    Being a redhead, no tan, only burn

  • Snafu F. Ubar

    Keep it up Chris! I haven’t laughed like this in a while.
    “Ha Ha. Catch and release, right?” Skye has something new to ponder. Good.
    I take it the reference is to Ted Nugent.

  • So, I’m presuming Skye thinks all meat should be bought at the store so no animals were harmed in the making of this protein? And if it is the other sort of hunting, I do like the spay and release concept.

  • How about Catch and No Release? I think the best idea PETA ever had was putting their liberal girls in cages in nothing but body paint.

    • interventor

      Skye just need a bit of Christian training — Christian Grey.

  • Bill G

    Hunting progressives? Great…no closed season, no bag limits.

    • SAR-NOW

      Truly an ideal world … with unlimited genetic & social upside!

    • B Woodman

      From an old mid-80s B&W copy of Bloom County:

      I remember another one where the hunters used a copy of the Village Voice to bait the prey (libtard). But I can’t find it at the moment.
      Funny then. Funny now.

      • Michael I.

        If it were only true, “they are a vanishing breed.”

    • MasterDiver

      Should have it in VT. The Prog heard is definitely overdue for some thinning!

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