Everywhere a Sign.


  • July 9, 2017 at 12:06 am

    This hitting women is getting to be a bad thing.

    • July 9, 2017 at 12:10 am

      Rump roast.

    • July 9, 2017 at 2:35 pm
      John Stephens

      Considering the history between the two, beating her into submission is probably the ONLY way they’re going to be able to live together. Remember the time she tried to rape him in the hospital? Zed does.

      • July 10, 2017 at 2:15 pm

        Um… as I recall, that was a dream sequence HE was having.

  • July 9, 2017 at 12:12 am

    Hmm. Skye is (was) a little bitch, but not the dog kind.

    And Sam is (was) more than capable of delivering a few licks.

    Which would have been the correct (and fun) way to handle this.

    A swing and a miss this time. At least it should have been.

  • July 9, 2017 at 12:22 am

    If she were my sister one swat with a belt is getting off easy. I’d snatch her bald headed, then stick her in a chastity belt and a scold’s bridle.

    • July 9, 2017 at 12:27 am

      Right on Pamela

    • July 9, 2017 at 12:29 am

      Ah, a pussyfight…I mean a catfight. That’s cool.

      But would you have hubby deny you the satisfaction?

      • July 9, 2017 at 9:28 am

        Family is family, but some stuff goes too far, and Lil’ Sis there went Too Far when she tried poaching her Sis’s spouse because she has a bad case of the hornies. Woman get a damn rabbit!

  • July 9, 2017 at 12:57 am

    There are times when “I’m sorry” is not enough to pay the debt. Then again I haven’t seen even that much from Skye.

    As for having Sam mete out punishment…I think she just did, and found a way for Skye to pay old debts to Zed as well…at least in part.

  • July 9, 2017 at 1:52 am

    I’m surprised Sam deferred to Zed in this matter. I figured Sam was a “go & do” kind of lady. Ah well… Now that I think of it, her dress didn’t have a belt.

    • July 9, 2017 at 8:25 am

      In the final assessment, Zed was the more injured party. It was his right to mete out the Low Justice. Skye tried to entrap him, and showed no true remorse when caught out. Then she dragged his wife into a mud hole when she tried to help her out, and still makes with the entitlement attitude after being washed down when she could (should?) have been left to turn into a sun-baked adobe statue.

      Zar Belk!

  • July 9, 2017 at 2:22 am

    Bad dog. Good call!

  • July 9, 2017 at 2:37 am

    Let’s see. In Islam she would be honor dead.

    Zed, apparently, believes in forgiveness. Forgiveness that is not a wussy enabling.

    Living out beyond the closeness of massed people, there must be trust between the few grouped there. Skye has still not reached that trust. Will she ever? Her actions cannot be without consequence. She can always leave. She had been ordered to stay away from that property. She returned. Should “civilization” be brought in and Skye be jailed and court proceedings commenced? That is the Progressive inefficient way. That gets 10,000,000+ Muslims recently invading to rape, plunder, and conquer in Europe, both without consequence and rewarded with liberal feel good guilt money (jizrah payments) to help them conquer Europe. (I like to compare across gulfs) Skye’s actions were unacceptable. If she were a competent (for anything besides baby production – valued by Muslims) and responsible person, this attention getting would not have been necessary as certain offenses would never have taken place.
    But they did, in abundance, and repeatedly. She still would target a married man for her own personal pleasure and alleged needs. Unacceptable if she has any chance of staying with the other people. She is a major weak link. She must be directed to a proper understanding, or sent on her way. let the directing begin by the maestro.
    The D as The Maestro in a classic Bugs skit. Win the skit contest, and then you can donate more here. (This is not my meme. I wish it was.)
    Let The Maestro begin.

    • July 9, 2017 at 9:51 am
      Deplorable B Woodman

      Well played, well meme’d! Love the addition of the little blue Twitter bird. But whoever did that meme cut it short at the end, there was a final hunk of the dome that fell on top of the singer. That could have been worked in very well.

    • July 9, 2017 at 11:08 am

      As mentioned downthread, IMO the muz parallel is a disconnect.

      That meme link however, is pure gold. 😉

    • July 9, 2017 at 7:56 pm

      Where’s the anvil? It’s not Looney Tunes unless it has an anvil.

  • July 9, 2017 at 2:54 am

    Numbers are climbing, logic has its place.

  • July 9, 2017 at 4:41 am

    Two observations-
    1. Based on her misunderstanding how the phrase “give her what she needs” had been meant between Sam and Zed, Skye initially thought Sam might have told Zed to have sex with her and declined because she’s trying to turn over a new leaf. To all those who still think she’s faking this change of heart, she just thought she had a chance at Zed with her sister’s full blessing…and declined. What more do you want to show that she’s trying to change? She may screw up, she may backslide, but at least give her the credit for genuinely trying to get her head screwed on right.
    2. Sam, aside from her husbands shirt, is naked and NOT riding sidesaddle. This may cause some….delicate….issues if the ride is at all lengthy. Skye riding sidesaddle may escape that particular problem.

  • July 9, 2017 at 6:09 am

    This will bring out the snowflakes again. Kudos to Chris for the double-poke.

  • July 9, 2017 at 7:15 am

    Skye deserves more than one swat. But one will likely work, since it’s an infinite increase over what she had received before.

    Concur on the “truly turning over a new leaf” – I think it’s genuine.

    Hopefully I can contribute soon.

    • July 9, 2017 at 9:21 am

      “Turning a new leaf” sounds like a pig looking for truffles…

  • July 9, 2017 at 7:19 am

    Skye thought wearing Mr. Elliot’s shirt was a reward. No, it was an expedient.

    Zed’s use of the belt was an expedient, too. There being no ping-pong paddle handy.

    FTR, I don’t particularly approve of that method, although it’s probably the one thing my father never used on me. But I can understand Zed using it, rather than giving Skye one with his hand while she was across his knee or otherwise, because Skye would very likely interpret a barehand smack as another reward.

    Sometimes, it can be difficult to get through to someone that twisted. And have the message correctly understood.

    Again FTR, I’ve never hit anybody except in self-defense in 59 years, and I have the marks of “receiving the first blow” to prove it. The thing I learned from my upbringing was “Don’t touch other people, they’re apt not to like it any better than you do.”

    In Skye’s case, the major obstacle to her reformation is her own thick-headedness, and inability to process the concept of “actions have consequences”.

    clear ether


  • July 9, 2017 at 7:51 am

    Shades of McLintock!

    I wonder if all the sissies who can’t take the spankings have the same problem with the Duke.

    • July 9, 2017 at 5:58 pm

      I was raised during the Duke’s heyday and the rules were you don’t smack somebody when their back’s turned and, if you’ve got a problem, you face it.

      You don’t wait days/weeks and take ’em by surprise, out of context, but act on the spot face-to-face. He’s done this twice without warning.

      If the sisters have an issue, let them settle it between them and Zed, as soon as he found out what happened, should have read her off then.

      If his wife was his and he did to her what he did to Sam, he’d be in Intensive Care for a month.

      Sorry, he was way out of line.

  • July 9, 2017 at 8:09 am

    Whocking the dog!
    He who dares, wins.

  • July 9, 2017 at 10:08 am

    Is Skye gaining weight?

  • July 9, 2017 at 10:53 am

    Just desserts? Maybe. Her thought, even for a second, that Sis had blessed a one-time “union” with Z is proof that she still doesn’t grok the rules and responsibilities of “family”, but she did demur, so she’s close…no “poachin” there. And a whack on the nekkid ass even with a belt, is for some erotic, especially that ass. Betting even Zed got a woodie from that, I would. But that puts it in the context of kinky sexual, which this is ostensibly not, but defacto kind of is.

    So is it punishment for pulling her sister into the mud pit? Come on, that was good clean -er, dirty- fun. Coulda/shoulda/woulda played out that way too, if the beefcake boys had stayed away a while longer. Talk about moving the bar(s). 😉

    In the end (heh) if there was any slappin’, rasslin’, and hosin’ to be done, it was Sam’s to do. There is just no justification for delegating this to Hubby from the standpoint of actual punishment or especially for prurient play.

    And the resident badass redhead here in the gallery has still not answered the direct and serious question: regardless of whether for real or perceived grievance, and especially with the potential for the “pain is pleasure” erotic component, would she have HER HUSBAND spank her NEKKID SISTER’S ASS or would she herself “snatch her baldheaded”, hmm? That’s what I thought.

    That is all leaving alone the right/wrong aspect in the legal/moral sense; if the law got involved here, the former scenario ends up with “someone” getting DV charges and losing his guns. The latter likely gets ignored or some grins and popcorn time…depending on the particular law involved. And of course any discussion of parallels with sick muzzie cultural depravity is just a total non-sequitir here.

    • July 9, 2017 at 12:37 pm

      Yup. Non sequitur.
      Some cultures are better than others.
      I concede that more erotic to watch horseplay could have been placed in the ass end of this particular story aec.

      • July 9, 2017 at 1:23 pm

        Cue South Park (Kyle?)

        “He said “placed in the ass end”. Heh.”


      • July 9, 2017 at 1:38 pm

        *looks at NYIAC over glasses*
        Really? Hmm. Interesting.
        I think I need coffee.
        *looks at NYIAC again*
        Interesting. 😉

      • July 9, 2017 at 9:37 pm

        MOM! She’s looking at me!!!

        It was a pun!!

        Da violence stuff JTC picked on me about was intentional. Last time we got all sorts of stuff thrown at us. It’s a comic.
        Now in real life I have been the object attacked by violent insane rage when I was a smaller child, and when older by groups full of hate. I survived. I have never used undue violence in my life, maybe too little. I have let others take the first hit at me so far, I have been cornered in front of my home by two muscle bound yutes in dere mid 20’s. It was in the days of the you had to retreat doctrine. They guided me back against my car in front of my building that I lived in. Almost a commercial area. When they attacked and one slammed me into my car I had my gun in his gut and did not fire. I took the hit. The second one saved the first one from a Trayvon shot to the gut because he saw the gun that I said / warned that I had be removed from my pocket and he slowed then stopped. I would have had to double tap both if necessary. Violence has many shades of meaning. All violence is not equal. Cultures and laws look at its application in many ways. People (and juries) apply their history, culture and experience to it. I wonder if I could even apply a needed smack to one such as a Skye. These do get me thinking as I have been on the wrong end of unjustified violence. My mom also swatted me when I needed it. My father was one who was unreasonable.
        This is a comic, fer crisesakes. It has been a well created vehicle for inspiring some good thoughts in us all, and a display for the artist’s talents (In the far past some actually disliked his earlier simpler drawings. For some reason). I see enough and have lived enough violence to not have any reaction except to see that some others can be sparked into reactions greater than my own. An absolute ban on some things is an absolute that has no value as I see it. I like that art. It adds across the story.
        I intend to discuss the very serious matters the artist presents to us. Often venturing into wordiness. Maybe a little bit of wordiness, similar to that little bit of extra everyday stabbiness a Brit woman teacher received while walking through a culturally different area in London last month.
        I did it again. Wordiness. (TANJ 🙂 )

      • July 9, 2017 at 11:39 pm

        At least you have words to use in a coherent educated manner.
        Unlike others these days who resort to pain inducing destruction rather than coherent discussions in the resolution of issues.

        I could say something about a talented tongue to go with the equally talented mind …
        *looks at NYIAC over glasses*

    • July 9, 2017 at 1:34 pm

      JT ~ Darlin’ I would have taken the belt and done the spanking, then the hair would have started to fly should a sister of mine ever done anything along what Skye did. What Skye did to Sam and Zed never would have happened in my family as we were raised with a moral code. A Code which was ingrained and still is.

      The only way Zed’s motor gets revved is when Sam is the woman doing the revving. Just my .02.

      • July 9, 2017 at 3:56 pm

        Yes’m. Guess Skye missed a few bytes of code…but she’s learnin’ it retroactively…and successfully it seems to me.

        And yes you’d have applied that lesson personally, and so would’ve Sam. My point exactly.

        Dunno about Zed’s motor revving for Sam only though; Mr. Elliott wisely avoided that temptation altogether. Sam and Skye both get my RPM’s up. But like Z and SE I have enough love, respect, good sense, and survival instinct to keep that stick in neutral. 🙂

      • July 9, 2017 at 11:45 pm

        Bad code means a patch, or rewrite or scrap it, and start over.
        Hmm what would be easier…

        A stick in neutral means you can get ready to double clutch

  • July 9, 2017 at 11:36 pm

    You know, some people pay good money for that kind of treatment. Just sayin’.

  • July 10, 2017 at 9:52 am

    And the coyotes are back in force. I heard the coyotes howling last night for the first time in a while. These are part of the spread of coyotes from the West across the nation. I do not like them here. It could be why the last reliable sighting of a Florida Panther in this area was close to 2 years ago. That howling dog Skye gets no sympathy from me. Bad dog actions have consequences people sometimes never see. I did stop a hound dog from ever again pooping in the house by a violent action immediately taken as he unexpectedly to me started to hunch on the Persian rug immediately in front of me in the living room. Wussy ‘bad dog’ admonishments previously made by another about the same actions done there had resulted in no effect. You do not poop in the house, Skye. As a human, you should have known that.

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