Wednesday, April 16, 2014

"It's Like There's Some Kind Of System To What They're Doing!"

It's the Day's Day of Days!  Because ahhh-oooo yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.

Does Zed imagine that because he showed up they should have cancelled the raid?  Instead of this being a simple way of quite possibly having the dangerous government sniper who's been known to treat the law as something for other people out of the way when you raid his place?

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

"Our Righteous War Against Our Own Government Shall Continue With Many Glorious Victories!"

It's the Day's Day of Days!  Because Wowie Zowie, you're so neat!

So the guys who came with all the rifles, and threatened to kill people?  Not terrorists. 

Just so you knew.

"So, It Doesn't Count, Because We Think Someone Is Cheating!"

It's the Day's Day of Days!  Because sinookas.

So clearly the only solution was for a horde of militias to converge on the area, so that the federal agents had to back off or risk the damn thing turning into Waco with cattle.  Because that what you do when you have justice on your side.  Appeal to force.

Sunday, April 13, 2014

"Flag On The Moon! How'd It Get There?"


It's the Day's Day of Days!  Because maybe we could all learn a thing or two from those sandwiches.

Some times, the crazy around the latest Right Wing Issue of the Day flies so thick it subsumes the actual issue.

Friday, April 11, 2014

"And They're Tracking You By YOUR FILLINGS!"

It's the Day's Day of Days!  Because cream cheese.

Let the crazy paranoia be unleashed so that Muir can indulge in a bit of ridiculous machismo through Captain Mitty, and whine about how persecuted he is from a position of more or less complete security. 

And let us all enjoy some of the worst drawn action scenes imaginable.  Because you know--they are coming.

Thursday, April 10, 2014

"Time To Move To The Compound!"

It's the Day's Day of Days!  Because directed by Akira Kurosawa.

You know, in the face of the crazy paranoia, I'm going to focus on that central panel of Zed that is one of the fugliest things Muir has ever done.

I mean... damn.