The Other McCain

"One should either write ruthlessly what one believes to be the truth, or else shut up." — Arthur Koestler

Chris Muir Points Out That #BrettKimberlin Is Not Jello Biafra

by Smitty Loved the punchline. Click the image for the whole strip. It brought to mind another punk besides Kimberlin, albeit a punk rocker, Jello Biafra:

Shout Out To Muir @daybydaycartoon

by Smitty Boss, you rawk! Click image for the full ‘toon:

The World’s Youngest Blogger Nearly Makes ‘Day By Day’

by Smitty Got an email from Muir the other day. Having supported Day By Day, it was time to suggest a strip theme involving Skye. So I suggested that Chris do something with this photo, and it provides the background for the first panel, where Kiko breaks a plate. Click the image to view the […]

‘Win Just One For The Zimmer’

by Smitty I can’t embed the latest Day by Day effectively, but Muir does a great job of alluding to Airplane! Well worth your time. Here is the reference:

A Net-Based Sarah Palin Write-In?

by Smitty Muir at Day by Day is provocative, but I find the idea fraught with peril. Just as Congress doesn’t call a vote without a fairly deterministic outcome, the likelihood of a Sarah Palin write-in going pear shaped and resulting in Obama II: What Haven’t I Fracked Yet? is far too high for comfort. In […]

Day By Day Speaks Truth To Overlords

by Smitty An excellent play by Muir. This prompts me to drop in a bit of Chickenfoot:

Who Said It? July 14: ‘I No Longer See a Path to Victory for Herman Cain’

“Herman Cain has bottomed out, but still can’t find momentum to get in the air again. … “If Cain cannot do well in Iowa, he is finished. And with six months to go, Iowa caucus goers are referring to him as a ‘supernova;’ i.e. a great flash of brightness soon to go dark. There are […]

You’ve Got to Be Carefully Taught

“One has to belong to the intelligentsia to believe things like that: no ordinary man could be such a fool.” — George Orwell, “Notes on Nationalism” “In the hands of a skillful indoctrinator, the average student not only thinks what the indoctrinator wants him to think . . . but is altogether positive that he […]

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