I would have never figured Mia to be a busy little shaver.
Well I’ll be damned WH, I never would have thought another degenerate would call out the shave; I was going to say I would have expected a cultural au naturel treatment down there, like it though, thank you Chris. I guess this is the last toon-before-bed; after the time changes it’s too damn late!
From the lack of a tan, I’d say it was recent. Maybe she noticed the rest of the ladies last summer at the swimming hole, and decided to follow suit?
My favorite day of the year
Nice Genesis reference.
Shit she already took a bite…still no fig leaves though.
The DNA test was clearly in error.
The genetic lines unequivocally trace back to Zed and Naomi.
Eh. They all look like that to someone who is a lover. It is what they say, think, and do is what frames the picture. Been there before shaving was a thing. I knew what and where and had a fine time working on the “how”. That never ends.
I would opinionate that at one end, a “men’s only club” (Iran-Iraq-Afghanistan) leads to one type of tyranny.
And at the other end, a “feminazi” leadership leads to what we see now in the US, Scandinavian countries, Germany and France.
And where the “boys only” meets the “feminazis” (Europe), i think we’ve all heard/read enough news of those catastrophic cultural clashes.
Again, I would opinionate that what is needed for a balanced republican government and society is a balance of men and women operating and advising each other (among other factors – but for now we’re discussing the interaction between Mia and Travis. WOOF!)
Those countries are Muslim.
This country (and the rest of the west) is loosing it’s Christian Liberty roots/mooring.
Uh oh…. …Mama Mia?
Wow!! Sunday strips are always the best!!
Misread that as “Sunday Strippers.”
Was gonna ask more about that religion.
What’s communion? Pitcher of beer and basket of hot wings?
Stripper Clips are good to have around…
Stripper Clips are good to have around….
More wisdom from Lady Pamela.
Even Sun Tzu would be impressed.
Unpleasant though they are, the middle-eastern (Arab, Persian, etc.) societies are stable. They’ve just stabilized at a point about a thousand years ago.
Their women bear and raise their children. They don’t put up with replacement immigration. They have a future.
Unfortunately, McChuck, I have to disagree with you, as a matter of history. Their societies are not stable and have been carved up again and again. They have fallen apart both from internal upheaval and also from an inability to unite against external forces. Virtually every country in the middle east is only about 100 years old, at most. Saudi Arabia is one of the older ones, with the house of ibn Saud having taken over that land in the 19th century. Iran (Persia) was kind of stable until we obliterated it (Good job, Presidents Kennedy and Carter.) The Hashemite family briefly ruled both what is now Jordan and also what is now Iraq, but now they rule only Jordan. The Bedouin used to wander as nomadic traders all across the Middle East and North Africa. Now they are the people we call the Palestinians, and are a dispirited remnant of their former culture. I have known many kind and good people from the Middle East, and I have the highest respect for Islam and the ancient culture, but I cannot say that it is a stable society. They have fallen far from where they were a thousand years ago.
Sorry, I misspoke. Their countries are unstable. That’s a political thing, and quite common around the world.
Their societies are stable. The rulers come and go, the people continue.
For the first thousand years of the previous millennium Moslem clerics were discovering and teaching their findings in the natural philosophies. Some of them came to the conclusion that these philosophies were against the teachings of the Koran. Between 1000 and 1100 the decision was made to drop the investigations and continue with the Koran… that has been the point their civilization has stayed until the last 100 or so years. Their clerics aren’t
serving them any better than ours are us. Enter the politicians…
There are more Muslims now than there were 50 years ago.
Muslims are spread further around the world than they were 50 years ago.
Muslims have more influence and power than they did 50 years ago.
What are they doing right that we are doing wrong?
By the way, McChuck, thank you for clarifying what you meant earlier. I agree with you now that I understand you better. I also agree with what Buck says. In 1000 AD, they were a magnificent culture, worthy of admiration. That came to a crashing halt due to a philosophical choice their theocrats made. Not much later, the Christian world made the opposite choice. However, we ourselves have fallen a bit from the height of spirit that went with the old Medieval choice of openness, toleration, and a joyous celebration of life. And having and nurturing children.
Speaking of which, Travis has the right idea. Because Mia’s body just screams, “God is good! Let us celebrate life, openness, toleration, and making children together!” Maybe not in so many words. 🙂
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