Friday, March 3, 2017

A Couple of Things, and Some quibcags:

First off, now that we have the first President since Eisenhower who seems to actually want to do something about illegal immigration, I offer this for everybody to pass around, and if it's not in violation of the First Amendment, maybe Heimdall can be the official God of the Trump Administration. You don't think Heimdall would let Muslims into Valhalla, do you? The real Heimdall, not the Idris Elba abomination.

And now we have this, which I add because it's sort of related and sort of funny.

And here's a Matt Bailey quote you can use when some SJW, especially the libertarian variety, points out that walls absolutely can't work. Don't know where I got the illustration.

Something for you to use, sarcastically, of course, on social media.

I may use this in a post yet, but it's a quote from you-know-who when he first visited the NSDAP, which, as he describes it, sounds rather like the LP. The latter lacks a leader of his caliber (hint: Gary Johnson doesn't make the cut). Got the illustration from here:

I love this kind of stuff. For you youngsters, the characters are actually from Johnny Quest:

A contrast between Jesus and Mohammed recently pointed out to me, illustrated by Winry Rockbell of Fullmetal Alchemist  鋼の錬金術師, Hagane no Renkinjutsushi),

And a wise quote illustrated by Ran of 

And another quote about open-borders libertarians, illustrated by characters from Ranma ½ (らんま½) 

And a mantra that always applies, illustrated by an anime Alice in Wonderland


  1. The quibcag of Johnny Quest, brought back some memories, it was one of my favorite shows. They tried to re-do it in the nineties but it wasn't the same. It must have the Turner influence. A show like that, exactly like that couldn't be made nowadays.

    I used some scenes from the Johnny Quest episode the Condor for this clip I put together.

  2. Glad to see you recognize the relevance of you-know-who. Big step for a libertarian. He was fighting the same war we're fighting now. His was on a much smaller scale(!!!) but with inferior tools. As things are progressing, even old men like you and I will live to see the world realize that he was, indeed, right.

  3. FWIW, Mohammed was a merchant and caravan-master. That was how he was exposed to Christianity, on runs up into Syria and Palestine.