Boomer’s Sunday

| June 14, 2020


It’s time once again, Delta Whiskies and Whiskettes, for Boomer’s Sunday, where I cull through his weekly offering of ‘toons, and pick the best. Honorable Mention goes to my pals Gerhart, Woke Infidel, AW1 Scott, AW1 Rod, and our own Cameron, Skippy, HMCS(FMF) ret, Poetrooper, Mason, Jeff LPH 3 63-66, thebesig, Keepin’ It Real, and Ex, who also have provided some entertainment. These are mostly from the right, with humor scattered around. I am more than willing to post up differing points of view if they don’t annoy me. Now what could be fairer than that? So here we are, with the ‘toons that may amuse, make you think, or just piss you off.

If any of you Delta Whiskies and Whiskettes suspect I may have had you specifically in mind for a particular ‘toon, you’re likely quite correct.



Category: Guest Link, Humor, Satire

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A Proud Infidel®™

Another outstanding collection!!!

Comm Center Rat

“Fighting for peace is like screwing for virginity.”

~ George Carlin


Begging for Peace is begging for Slavery


The second one says it all.

Steve 1371

Number 2 is blocked . What is it?
Happy Birthday Doggies!


Inquiring minds want to know, #2 is blocked here, or Ed removed it?


#2 is Whiskey Wednesday. At least, that’s what’s on my screen.


Wait until the liberals reread the Constitution and finds that it guaranties a Republican form of government in each State. What will they do then?

Defund the Police, more like Defund the Politicians and the bureaucracy first.


There is no greater representative of government power than armed agents of the state on out streets.

And law enforcement is 15-20% of most municipal budgets.

Stop pretending to be an advocate of small government

Also, you claim the constitution guarantees a republican form of government, yet want to get rid of politicians…

Do you know what “republican form of government”?

It has nothing to do with the Republican Party. So you were wrong to capitalize it.

And the word “republican” is not in the constitution. You are referring to a Supreme Court decision. And they were referring to “republican” not “Republican”.

Also, the decision was from Luther v. Borden. And odd reference for you to use, because it essentially argued that the federal government has the power to FIRST identify WHICH government of a state is a legitimate government.

So, essentially, it argues the federal government gets to decide if a government within a state is legitimate.

Hardly a “small government” federal power.


Commissar: There is no greater representative of government power than armed agents of the state on out streets. Government is supposed to be representative of the people that it represents. Those that work for the government work for the governed. This includes armed agents of the government. They work for the people that elected the government that hired them. Commissar: And law enforcement is 15-20% of most municipal budgets. Defunding law enforcement and moving those funding to “social warrior causes” is not exactly the kind of spending the founding fathers envisioned when it came to government spending. Law enforcement falls under general welfare. “Social Justice” does not. Commissar: Stop pretending to be an advocate of small government A reading of the Constitution shows that we were intended to have s small government. A republican form of government, more on this later, consists only of people voted in place to conduct governance. The Constitution doesn’t transfer the governing rights to un-elected bureaucrats… Who represent an expanded/bloated part of the government. Commissar: Also, you claim the constitution guarantees a republican form of government, yet want to get rid of politicians… Yes, that claim is correct. The Constitution calls to guarantee that each state has a republican form of government. Most political offices were originally designed, and intended, to be a secondary non continuous position. Those holding most of the political offices were intended to have a primary job that they did. This kept these politicians in touch with the community and with the free market… In touche with the effects of their policies. Commissar: Do you know what “republican form of government”? Yes. “Republic” as in “matter of the people” or “public affair”… As opposed to this being a matter of the elites only. A republican form of government is one that falls under something that the people would be concerned about… and influence through representation and the electoral process. His statement, that you’re arguing against, falls under the auspices of “governance that falls under a public matter interest.” Commissar: It has nothing to do with the Republican Party. So you were… Read more »

Az Jo

God bless the second amendment.


Will you claim ignorance of the text of the Constitution, readily available online?



Not surprising she’d find the idea of armed community volunteers taking over for the police to be a bad idea.


Sunday has arrived

Jeff LPH 3, 63-66



“We are coming to take away your guns”
“Hahahahahabahabahabaha! Good one”, says me.
-stern look of disgust and anger from her-
“Oh, wait. You’re SERIOUS? Oh sweetie, no no no. Someonez will get hurt…bad…”. -nervous detached laughter from me as I 1000 meter stare at the void-
“How about an ice cream cone there, kiddo?!”


Happy Birthday United States Army. “This We’ll Defend”


Happy Birthday Soliders!


Soldiers, ffs.
In my defense, was outside with polarized sunglasses and the fone screen protector is 30-40° out of phase so it’s barely legibleishitude.

Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH B Woodman

Even though retired these past 20+ years, still defending within my AOR. No shots fired……yet.


Pro patria vigilans


Hooah !!!!!!!


Oh, some day, they’ll grow up and find that the following things have happened:

1 – they have no children, which means they’ll get buried in some place that no one cares about
2 – they’ll still be paying on those stupid college loans they were dimwitted enough to agree to
3 – those TV crowd shots and still photos of them online, destroying property, looting and pillaging will ID them and make it difficult to find real work that pays anything at all
4 – a whole generation of rebellious children will be young adults who will dispute everything they say and will vote Conservative (whatever it is by then)
5 – they’ve been whining about having to pay SSRI/Medicare until they reach “that age” when they need it, and can’t afford Part B, and can’t live on Social Security because they still have HUUUUGE credit card bills and a HUUUUUGE college debt to pay off – at 72.
6 – they get the “I have bad news for you” from some doctor, who basically tells them they are mortal, after all.
7 – if they do somehow have children, their kids will hate them for being utterly stupid about everything.

I could go on, but you get the drift.

Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH B Woodman



I suspect there are going to be quite a few regretting #2 a lot sooner than you think. For a generation supposedly familiar with technology you would think they would understand facial recognition.


Absolutely. Thank you!


#3 rather. Apparently I can’t basic maths either.


College tuition was about $60 a semester. $300 inflation adjusted when you were college age.

And let’s not even get into housing costs.

Maybe you should wake the fuck up and realize what younger generations face. Instead of dismissing them as idiots.


Damn… you’re raging early this morning, Lars…


He stayed up all night with his Antifa cell plotting where they are going to establish their next autonomous zone.


Someone has got to make those urine bombs and flaming tampons of death for the next “demonstration”

A Proud infidel®™

You mean like the one that got SHUT THE FUCK DOWN in Asheville NC?


I agree with you!
The Government subsidizations has manipulated the price to the upside thereby breaking the True Price Discovery Mechanisms, just like healthcare and birth rates!
Let the Great Benevolent Free Market speak!
No more government-backed ANYTHINGS!!!!!!


If a “student” buries themselves in lifetime debt to obtain a degree in something that will not provide income, it’s their own damn fault. It does not become my debt because of their poor decision.


But here’s the rub, it does however create a hazard. Many debts (autos, mortgages, oil prospects, etc) have been packaged into “‘investment products’”. These securities are owned by a lot of people (and the USG!) directly and indirectly, and imho are a threat to capital markets.
It’s ‘08 all over again in so many ways…
Instead of fixing any of these issues these modern day alchemists bumped up the stupidity to 11.


You have NO idea what you’re talking about,Taylor, you incredible moron.

When I was college age, full tuition was $1,750 per semester and I had a GRANT, NOT a scholarship. I also had heinous expenses beyond just tuition, e.g., health insurance, books, school lab fees, library fees – ALL OF WHICH had to be paid out of MY pocket.

You are far too eager to let everyone in the world know what your level of ignorance is.

I have no idea where you get $60/semester, but ALL of the state universities in my state had a minimum tuition of $850 PER SEMESTER. And that doesn’t take books, lab and library fees, living on campus expenses and other fees into account.

You just have the desperate need to let everyone on the planet know how deep your level of ignorance is. Geezo Pete, you really are so stupid you don’t even know you’re alive. I don’t know where on the idiotic dimension you live in that you get $60 as full tuition for any university or college in any state or in any decade, nor do I care.

It is more and more obvious that you simply pull stuff out of your lexicon of ignorance and post it. All you do is make yourself look dumber and more ignorant of reality every time you post something.


You are correct, PH2. Even back in my ancient university days, tuition was about $180.00 per quarter. That was over 52 years ago.

Comm Center Rat

Syracuse University, where I attended graduate school charges $1,683 PER CREDIT HOUR for graduate level courses in the 2020-2021 academic year. So a typical course (3 credits) costs an astounding $5,049. When I attended the ‘Cuse the cost of a course equaled about what’s now charged per credit hour.

Private universities learned a few decades ago that students and parents are stupid enough to equate QUALITY with the COST of education.

Hopefully, COVID-19 will convince Americans once and for all that the “college experience” is overhyped and overpriced usually resulting in a poor Return on Investment (RoI).



I know. My alma mater? Now charges 20 times the tuition cost alone when I was a student there. Just unbelievable, but it’s also one of the top-rated schools for people going into science and medical research at the graduate level.


No longer know what part was for what, but the first check I wrote to University was for over $3200. That was what I owed after the grants and scholarships for both student housing, tuition, meals, and fees. For one semester. In the mid-sixties.

I had to drop out due to lack of $$ after 2 years but lucked out when I found an employer who paid 100% tuition reimbursement and was able to transfer to an equally good school. Took a while, but I did graduate. Aside from a VERY small student loan to finish that 4th semester, I had no debt from the experience.

Yes, there may well have been more affordable options. Those who wanted/needed to chose that option, and most got out of it what they put into it – some got great educations, some not so much. My choice worked well for me.


I have a degree from a good university, and didn’t borrow a dime to get it. Not ten freaking cents.

I worked.

First via enlistment, then these things called “jobs”. Busted my ass. Earned money while living on a shoestring. Took a while as I could usually only manage half-time while working full time. (Good coursework and tough). Graduated. Owed nothing for it.

If -I- can do that, -almost anyone- can do that.

Then again, as a PFC I paid cash for my car, and had enough money accessible to bail people out of jail. Because I saved some of my money and limited fling money to a budget.



But you didn’t have everything handed to you, did you? Worked for it instead. Ditto here. I owed nothing after I graduated. Still have my chemistry textbook, even if it is out of date now. 🙂


I don’t know. Food, housing, and education are human rights that the government should provide everyone…


To My Fellow Soldiers:




Today is Flag Day.

This never gets old.

Red Skelton’s Pledge of Allegiance.

“The late comedian Red Skelton shares his prophetic views of the American pledge of allegiance to the flag, recorded some 40 years ago in 1969, on his CBS television series “The Red Skelton Show”.”


Back when TV was both entertaining and educational.
It was a family thing. Saturday afternoon baseball.
Stealing a sip from dad’s Carling Black Label…

Now it’s just TASS.


Ah, Carling Black Label, the low quality beer that fought almost exclusively in every PX and Army club in The Viet of the Nam.



Happy 245th Army Birthday!

Today, on our Service’s Birthday, let us come together as One.

5th/77th FA

Excellent Assemblage of hard hitters, AGAIN!, Bro. You da Man!

Happy Birthday to My Republic’s Flag!

Happy Birthday to My Republic’s Army! (of which I was a proud graduate of several schools for wayward boys) GO ARMY!!! BEAT NAVY!!!

Happy Birthday to My President Donald John Trump!
(ps…Hey snowflakes and spaposes…guess what? He’s YOUR President TOO!!!!!!)


DJT: Knock knock!

HRC: Who is there?

DJT: Not you!


DJT: Knock knock!

JRB: What was that noise?