Day By Day

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  • Grunt GI

    Ok— I’ll say it…kinda digging the naughty librarian thing, even on Skye.
    But, then again Sarah ALWAYS rocked that look.
    -/:)

    • H_B

      To me it looks “trying too hard”.

      • H_B

        (But she’s not asking me.)

        • interventor

          One hopes she is asking, not soliciting.

      • JTC

        Or, “trying to hard”? 😉 It’s working too…that thing has a mind of its own.

    • Unca Walt

      Somehow, Skye has seemingly forgotten she is a der’mo magnitom.

  • Ozymandias

    It’d be funny as hell if she hit on an under-cover officer and got arrested for soliciting..

    • Brodder

      I was gonna say she’s gonna get busted for solicitation- that or wake up regret and scream rape…but there will be a tape…
      Five internets or 400 quadloos… any takers?

  • B Woodman

    Zed keeps pushing Skye’s buttons (metaphorically. sam would kill zed otherwise). Love it. I’m still giggling. Push ’em some more, Zed, push ’em some more!

  • JTC

    Not bad, but as she street walks she best remember that while she has the look down, it is unlikely that she is as well-equipped as Sarah. No, not for that ya pervs (although ‘cuda could probably do the down and dirty just fine), I mean in case of trouble; you know Ma Griz is packing a 1911 or some such, so what’s the poser gonna do, call Zed again? Remember the old saw about the cops, Skye…”when seconds count, help is just minutes away.”

  • Naughty librarians… what else needs to be said? 😉

  • KenH

    Beastbitch:
    The owner of the house ALWAYS gets a vote, whether YOU LIKE IT OR NOT

    Slow boat to Japan
    Dry Cargo
    Please drop from great height
    NOT fragile

    • jackdeth72

      That’s “Fraw-Jee-Lay.”

      *A Christmas Story*

  • David M

    Skye street walking… Big surprise, not really…

  • Calvin

    Reminds me of a dancer in Jacksonville FL many years ago. Pinkie (her stage name) looked just like the naughty librarian. While the other women had to go around to the tables looking for dances, Pinkie stood in the corner and nursed a coffee while men formed a line to ask her for a dance. She was also a mother of four. Incredible woman!

  • Can you say “libtard whore”? I knew you could.

    • tomstockton

      “It’s a beautiful day in the neighborhood, a beautiful day in the neighborhood…”

  • Iconoclast

    I almost pity Skye & her real world equivalents; it’s gotta be tough being both clueless & arrogant … then again, I just described a majority of progs, didn’t I? No wonder they are always so damned unhappy & so bent on making us the same way!

    • John D. Egbert

      Remember their motto here at camp: That which we cannot mandate will be banned.

      • Bill G

        The situation they work towards is:
        Anything not mandatory is banned.
        Anything not banned is mandatory.

        • PaulS

          I think you two are onto something, time for a new word.
          Bandate: The prog policy of regulatory requirements for everyone except themselves. I.e. Rape, in the case of Slick Willy – Just put a Bandate on it.
          Feel free to use as you see fit.

  • Bill G

    I doubt she’s street-walking. Trolling, definitely. Sadly, she does not realize the bait she’s presenting is not attractive to the catch she wants.
    Phony is as phony does.

  • Dastardly Dan

    I’m slow and my brain is cold, It’s just dawning on me, from yesterday’s strip, that she’s trolling for ‘Alpha Males’.
    Does this imply that, subconsciously, she knows what’s right?

  • MasterDiver

    No, she’s just trolling for a Sugar Daddy. She thinks the Sarah look will draw a rich, powerful, gullible male that she can attach to like a lamprey. I have a feeling she is going to wake up with “None of the Above”!

  • AlexJ

    I, for one, am waiting with anticipation for what or whom Skye returns.

    Plot twist anybody?

  • Redleg

    I thought Skye had designs on the Sheriff. I think she has a specific alpha male in mind.

  • rooftop voter

    Yep, I see the Sheriff coming back into this…………… Hmmm.

    Could Skye be seeing the light?

  • JTC

    Damn. When did NYT buy out NR?

    http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/22-conservative-leaders-come-out-against-donald-trump/ar-BBoxUVA?li=BBnb7Kz&ocid=mailsignout

    They have a right to their opinion. They do not have a right to tell me mine. Especially when it is clearly defense of status quo; the rinos and their own. Beck I can understand signing on to that misguided self-preserving witch hunt, but Sowell? Say it ain’t so Thomas!

    Regardless, what they have just done is exactly what progs have done forever; attempt to substitute their learned opinion for that of the tidal wave of unrest and grass roots support for disruption of the same old same old…”Trump is a menace to American conservatism who would take the work of generations and trample it underfoot on behalf of a populism as heedless and crude as The Donald himself” they say…to which I say YOU BET!

    “22 Conservative Leaders” You don’t lead shit, you comment and report on what WE do and decide…you FOLLOW! Fucking wingtipped fossils, can’t wait for your fate after the tsunami that you are so justifiably afraid of.

    • H_B

      I’m surprised that Sowell comes out for McCain (didja know he was injured in Vietnaaaaam?) over Trump. But then I was shocked when Rubio took his mask off and went all-in for amnesty too.

      I’m just relieved Victor Davis Hanson didn’t pile on with this.

  • Spin Drift

    Ah the tsunami, flush the GOPe and rino’s right down the drain. The conservative revolution sweeps all before it following the Pied Piper of Toupee to where? Does winDsock have a plan for after? Have you seen it?

    All history repeats and out of great chaos comes just recently Napoleon, Stalin, Hitler and our own FDR for examples. Think long game people, the string pullers want chaos so that they can manipulate and tie you up in your own success.

    Look at who profits in the aftermath, these will be your new rulers. Demand to know what will be coming next, they do. Note at how freely that the winDsock is pulling institutional support now and that Ted is being bludgeoned. They fear Ted because he isn’t quite as manipulable as the winDsock. He still represents an unknown quantity in that he is sticking to his values.

    I grew up in NYC, I know NYC values and winDsock doesn’t have them. Not at the mouth breather level where all of the population lives. He has 72nd floor NY values (David Rockerfella’s apt was on the 72nd floor, I delivered meat for my uncle’s butcher shop one summer to them).
    The mouth breather is just trying to survive the latest City hall absurdity. Did the winDsock ever decry anything that the Dem’s did to that city? No he made sure that he was on the right side of the deal, whatever that side was. What most people don’t realize is that the winDsock inherited $400,000 million and his Dad’s management infrastructure right before the NY real estate boom in the early seventies. Hard to fail with that much of a head start.

    No, people, look to the long game, a conservative tsunami will be just a tempest in a tea pot to history. What’s the plan for after the storm?

    Spin
    Hold Fast

    • JTC

      Okay. Ted is the man, agreed. And he is a major part of the tsunami I mentioned; did you see any of those stuffed shirt rino riders come out for him nstead of DT? What are his chances of election as potus? So this is a moot question of course, but what is *his* plan? Like it or not, politics is a game of persona and dealmaking, the former of which Cruz is devoid, and the latter of which he is incapable, being almost universally disliked even within the TP, and he has a serious problem with running his mouth too much and while strong personal moral beliefs are important to character, he confuses them with what is/should be within the purview of gov. These are not insurmountable issues, and as I’ve said ad nauseum, his experience and knowledge of the issues is excellent and desirable.

      But. None of that will matter unless he can be put in a position to use it, like VP. And with time to learn the political and people skills that are prerequisite, he can make a fine president in about five years from now.

      Look. Reagan ain’t coming back. Trump ain’t my perfect candidate by any means, largely because I doubt he has the kind of personal, visceral convictions of a Reagan. But with his powerful persona, ability to structure agreements, and prowess in identifying critical issues and delegating the management of them, he is the best chance that we -and Ted Cruz- have of implementing changes and unimplementing others, with a Trump/Cruz ticket.

      Otherwise, and left to the choices and devices of the cogs who are signatory to that NR editorial, I think we can used to the idea of another President Clinton far worse than the first one, and the very likely prospect of civil insurrection and civil war brought on by the most elitist, classist, racist, socialist regime this nation has ever seen.

      If you see viable alternatives to any of the above, I would love to see you elaborate.

      Trump/Cruz ’16
      Cruz/? ’20

      • JTC

        BTW…”Hard to fail with that much of a head start.”

        You are familiar with the sad story of Fred Trump?

        • Otto Didact

          RE:”the sad story of Fred Trump”
          What are you talking about? “sad story”??? I read Fred Trump’s article @ Wikipedia. It didn’t seem very sad to me. OK he suffered from alzheimer’s the last 6 years of his life but otherwise Trump pere’s life doesn’t seem all that bad to me. After all he DID die a multi-millionaire. There’re worse ways to live.

          • JTC

            I think a lifetime of failure to gain his father’s approval, alcoholism, failed marriage, career loss, and dying sick, lonely, and unloved qualifies for the “sad” tag, no matter your bank balance, and as the question was of “failure”, I imagine Fred Jr. or Freddy, considered himself a miserable one, and would say so now if he hadn’t died of heartbreak at the tender age of 43.

            http://www.nytimes.com/2016/01/03/us/politics/for-donald-trump-lessons-from-a-brothers-suffering.html?_r=0

          • JTC

            Or maybe you were talking about the Sr., in which case my bad for not specifying Jr., but I guess I thought that was obvious from the context of SD’s original remark.

          • H_B

            Heck, I thought you were making a backhanded campaign-comparison to Fred Thompson. I’d never heard of “Fred” Trump before.

      • H_B

        Reagan’s great mistake was accepting the idea that he “needed” the Rockefeller wing of the party (now known as “the GOP Establishment”) in order to succeed in the general election and selecting George H W Bush as his VP. That meant he had eight years total to do everything. After that, it went back to the Rockefellers.

        I remember talking to my (much) older sibling while trying to make head or tail of the ’88 election and having her tell me “well, I and my husband think the last eight years have been pretty good, so we’re going to vote for Bush for more of the same”. Whoops. I’ve even seen recent suggestions that the Iran-Contra Presidential-subordinates-doing-their-own-thing-without-asking-Reagan-first debacle was actually instigated by former CIA-head Bush to politically kneecap Reagan without destroying the Republican name.

        Trump taking Cruz as his VP (and shoring up Republican base-voter support in the same way as trotting out Palin) would be the same situation in reverse.

        • JTC

          Some agreement, as with the patrician Bush being rooted (heh) in the wingtip wing, but in fairness that was before it had gone full prog which is what resulted in the wingnut wing (tea party). And of course Bush the senior had a pretty easy ride on the coattails of RR, and Clinton One also had the good sense (or preoccupation with PYT’s) to for the most part leave things alone and let the powerful medicine of the Reagan years keep things perking along, and all he had to do was take the bows for it.

          But more to the contemporary situation, I don’t know that anybody from either *spit* party would characterize Trump OR Cruz OR Palin as any kind of mainstream Republican or even Republican at all as they have defined themselves as in the National Review article…those guys just like the rinos they are shilling for, are scared shitless and shaking in their boots that their nice comfy club party is being crashed, so I don’t think the “reverse” characterization pans out at all.

          What Trump and Cruz (and Palin and some more firebrands that I think will be hopping this train) have going for them is what Ronnie had all by himself, but better; Trump has the charisma and the fearlessness but without the affability and personal bedrock conviction of Reagan, while Cruz has many of the worldviews and strength of his convictions that RR had, but tempered with better judgement and circumspection.

          I still say I’d vote for Reagans’s rotted corpse before what we’re being offered today, but I guess I have to settle for…

          Trump/Cruz ’16
          Cruz/? ’20

  • Gus Bailey

    Heh?

    • Gus Bailey

      Fat fingered my own email.

  • JohninMd.(Help!?!!)

    See Skye. See Skye run. See Skye Hook up w/ some wealthy Arabian, get swept off to Saudi, barely escape the abusive guy, and Zed have to gather some buddies to recover the kiddies from Mohammedan clutches. That, or get locked up for solicitation and have to ”Splain herself to da Sheriff. That could be interesting, too…..

  • Pamela

    Why do I think Skye is going to spend time with the Sheriff in the back of his car…

    • MasterDiver

      Yes, SHE will be in the back of the car, wearing a nice shiny pair of custom-fitted bracelets, while the Sheriff explains, in terms even she can understand, why she “Cain’t walk around his town dressed like THET!”

      “Y’all ‘unnerstand, sweetheart?

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