Cartoon Of The Day!!!!!!!


Given yesterday’s post, I don’t believe much commentary is needed, here.  …… A difference without a distinction.

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45 Responses to Cartoon Of The Day!!!!!!!

  1. Latitude says:

    ..and now that’s it’s come out that Michael Singer, Mayor of Charlottesville…
    …the same mayor that ordered the police to stand down
    used to work for a Soros organization…….

    I really don’t know what to say right now either……….

  2. philjourdan says:

    Not even a difference. Just 2 factions of the violent left fighting for control of their side.

    • cdquarles says:

      And remember what they hate. They hate a self-organized society that practices Christianity, founded upon families and other voluntary (corporations) associations.

      • philjourdan says:


        Something that most people do not realize – because they have never thought about it, is that the only way slavery can exist is if the government enforces it.

        There is a reason the left is in favor of a strong and omnipresent government.

  3. Me says:

    Don’t say I didn’t tell tell you about this! Must be strange that an Agnostic would listen to this, but then again I was listening and agree with most of what you had to say too! Just saying!!!!!!

  4. Me says:

    Now you know how they work, remember how Letterman handled it????? And note the hypocrisy on the end results!!!!

    • Me says:

      And how every one of the leftards used that against some bakery or any business the were targeting!

      • Latitude says:

        you know…the problem is turning into
        The vast majority of people in this country identify and white and straight
        …and now they are getting offended

  5. Me says:

    Yeah, it’s OT, but it falls in the same realm of most leftards\SJW types, you know know them!!!! The freebie crowd!!! LMAO

  6. Me says:

    Funny, How that Evolve thang works, Eh??? When ya can throw out the old and claim the new????? How did that evolve that you threw out the old???? What was wrong with it???? And then don’t trust Evolution????? It isn’t perfect but it fits in the same category of Man made climate change is the biggest problem when we know it isn’t! There is nothing we can do about it!!!! Bottom line!!! And that is the same with religion! And I have seen it here comparing it to religion??? Now what does that say????? It is all a scam!!!!! Bottom Line!!!!

    • Me says:

      And Deep down, we all feel the same, we don’t anyone one to harm us and don’t wish that on anyone else! So If all the liberals out there there want their free education, why aren’t they protesting at their colleges and universities, and their professors to give them a break?????? None of them seem to have a problem capitalizing on the students to keep top dollar!

      • Me says:

        Oh, I forgot to mention, I have seen many times now these same people use their reasons to not believe in religion, but at the same time trust certain science because no one ever in science ever lied before, and no group on mass ever lied before to keep the status quo!!!! Now that is the money part that they use their prestige that was given to them by others that have greater prestige and are getting more money, and the power follows by that!!!! And you know how they gain that power??? PPM, Power Prestige and Money!!!! Like I keep saying!!!!

        • Me says:

          And for those that think the metric system is a scam, well it may be in what they charge per unit, but over all is it is a better system. You’re dollar is the basis of that system? Think about that, And if that isn’t convincing enough, ya know the PPM I was talking about all the time???? Remember that???? Well it is equal to milligrams per liter or milligrams per kilograms!!! So in the end it all evens out!!!It’s all the same!!!! Bottom line!!!

        • Me says:

          The thing is I know most of you don’t know, or most of you know what PPM is, but most of you don’k know what mg\l or mg\kg means???? But is is the same!

        • Me says:

          And why would I think that you may think it is a scam??? Because of a video from Wranglerstar claiming it?

          Not saying this is the vid bus just showing you an example! And I enjoy his content!!! I like it a lot! Except for that part, but there were other vids that the bias came out, some were justified, and some were????? Questionable! But I, over all like his content! And I can see through the BS!!! Bottom Line!!!!

  7. Lars P. says:

    I thought I repost this reminder before the eclipse:
    Because the eyes do not have pain receptors, if you are looking at the eclipse you will not know that your eyes are literally burning.

  8. Latitude says:

    Hey wildman…you should have been able to see an almost total eclipse from your house…
    ….we got about a 75% down here on the rock
    Didn’t look at the sun…..everything got dim like good sunglasses….and you couldn’t feel the heat from the sun at all

    • philjourdan says:

      I predicted it would be cloudy. It was a partially cloudy day – but it was cloudy during the eclipse (about 80% here).

    • Latitude says:

      We did the opposite….in the middle of the monsoon season, and it’s been completely overcast every day… was clear as a bell, not one cloud in the today, it’s back to dark cloudy again

    • Me says:

      LMAO! But we all know it wasn’t a total eclipse when that happened! Still it isn’t a good idea to stare directly into the sun….. But you all know all the libertards were wishing he’s go blind because …… Drum roll Science……. Fake Science like Fake news! Thank you!!! And you’re welcome! 😉

    • cdquarles says:

      Being much closer this time, compared to the March, 1970 one, I took a little trip up to Tennessee. Oak Ridge, TN, that is. My nephew, my sister and myself got to see quite the sight. Yes, totality! I highly recommend everyone to see this in person, given the opportunity.

      We set up a pinhole camera and went to work filming. It gradually got dimmer as totality approached. At totality, it didn’t get fully dark, not enough to see the stars, just a good duck. It got cool, too. I estimated the drop as 5F, my nephew said it was 10F. There were some cirrus clouds and before totality, the shadows of leaves were fuzzy. It was also quite hazy from the local high pressure area and little wind was present.

      The totality path moved east-southeastward at about 1500 mph. Before totality, you could see the oncoming eclipse as a dark patch of sky to the west, akin to a line of think cloud. After the 90 to 100 seconds of totality, you could see the path to the east-southeast as a dark patch of sky, now moving away rapidly. After another 90 minutes, it was all over.

      The trip back home was much worse than the trip up. Traffic was horrible from just outside Knoxville all the way to Chattanooga.

  9. Me says:

    Well you know this is well thought out!

  10. Lars P. says:

    In view of the still talked about ‘peak oil’ theory, I think this post brings another argument not very much talked about: methane clathrates
    “According to the US Energy Information Administration there may be even 2.800 trillion m3 of gas in hydrates, whereas the current global production equals up to 3.5 billion m3.”

    • cdquarles says:

      Well, there is a thing to ‘peak oil’, for the easiest to extract will be used first. The extraction will follow a logistic curve. The thing is that as long as oil and its products are economically valuable, additional viable sources will become economical to produce and each one will, in turn, follow a logistic curve. The total curve will be the sum of the finds and the cumulative area under the production curve will be the total volume economically produced. One day, the marginal cost to extract will become prohibitive. Today is not that day and I say we have 100 years or more left, barring self-immolation of society. Indeed, I give that a higher probability of occurring due to the false religions of Progressive ‘morality’ and socialism, than I would for economics alone.

      • ‘One day, the marginal cost to extract will become prohibitive. Today is not that day and I say we have 100 years or more left,’

        But I think that’s the point from Lars….We have no real idea what future developments in discovery and extraction may effect any predicted ‘peak.’ The last ‘peak’ didn’t see methane clathrates coming. Nor can it now see possible increased efficiency of it’s extraction.

        But yes, global socialism will probably end the need for oil/gas development long before it runs out. 🙂

      • philjourdan says:

        Slight difference. The cost being defined as “prohibitive” is only in relation to the alternatives. In other words, the cost may be no greater than what it is today, but if the alternatives are cheaper, the cost is “prohibitive”.

        We will never run out of oil. We will develop alternatives. And the cost is the determining factor of when. There is no “if”.

    • suyts says:

      Yeh, I wrote about that a few times and with several different angles. 100 years? Lowest estimate. Could be thousands. …… assuming a more economical energy source isn’t found. Or, a technology discovered utilizing a known energy source, making said source more economical than oil extraction. Else, technology will enable more oil extraction, as necessity requires.

      • Latitude says:

        …and there’s billions if not trillions out there that are off limit
        Because it’s in some park or something, off shore Calif, etc

      • Lars P. says:

        Exactly, that is my point, could be thousands. Understanding that oil &gas could be also biotic as well as non-biotic is a first step in getting at the right estimates.
        Look at all that non-biotic methane on Saturn’s moon Titan: more then we know on Earth. Look at all those methane sources recently discovered in the ocean around the coast of the US.
        Of course life is based on carbon, therefore life did took its part of the carbon cycle, but that is only a part.
        By the way, speaking of carbon cycle, I immediately thought at our alarmist friends. There is just another study nailing it right:
        Jennifer Marohasy, a scientist with a rather long list of impressive credentials, which includes the founding of The Climate Modeling Laboratory, opens her startling climate report with a dose of reality.
        “Our new technical paper … will likely be ignored,” she writes at The Spectator Australia.
        She goes on to explain why, “Because after applying the latest big data technique to six 2,000 year-long proxy-temperature series we cannot confirm that recent warming is anything but natural – what might have occurred anyway, even if there was no industrial revolution.”

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