Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for February 11, 1986
February 10, 1986
February 12, 1986
Calvin: Do you think it's better to live in stupefying security... ...or to take and live lige on the edge? I think it's better to accept danger and live to the fullest! I take it by your silence that you agree...
shriram2u about 13 years ago
INSPIRATIONAL………………………GRAND…………………….. THE VERY BEST OF C&H
masterturtle almost 13 years ago
yes because we all know how silence means yes:) love the philosophy behind this.
as a hamster live life sheltered in a hamster cage bound to limitation or be free and in danger of the predators. yes to government or no to government. survival of the fittest and all that jazz.
davdalx almost 13 years ago
I love it when Calvin talks politics. It makes me question things…
JamminBoi over 12 years ago
Calvin is a very intelligent, as opposed to his stupidity, but don’t get me wrong stupidity we all love HAHA
bmonk about 12 years ago
Hobbes decided to live–even if it is on the top edge of the sledding hill.
crackerjack113 about 12 years ago
@davdalx …this isn’t politics
anyway, hobbes realized the irony of calvin’s comment in the third panel
yow4zip Premium Member almost 11 years ago
Starfollower777 over 10 years ago
I think life should be a careful balance of both.
samantha.meyer about 3 years ago
Nate Wright (Mischief God) almost 2 years ago
Uh oh lol
WentHulk over 1 year ago
N ¡ c o 7 months ago
My motto is, “Life isn’t worth if you don’t take any risks.”