Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for February 11, 1986

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    shriram2u  about 13 years ago


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    masterturtle  about 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.

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    davdalx  about 13 years ago

    I love it when Calvin talks politics. It makes me question things…

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    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

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    bmonk  over 12 years ago

    Hobbes decided to live–even if it is on the top edge of the sledding hill.

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    crackerjack113  over 12 years ago

    @davdalx …this isn’t politics

    anyway, hobbes realized the irony of calvin’s comment in the third panel

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    yow4zip Premium Member about 11 years ago

    Or not.

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    Starfollower777  over 10 years ago

    I think life should be a careful balance of both.

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    samantha.meyer  over 3 years ago


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    Nate Wright (Mischief God)  almost 2 years ago

    Uh oh lol

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    WentHulk  over 1 year ago

    Hoo boy…………

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    N ¡ c o  9 months ago

    My motto is, “Life isn’t worth if you don’t take any risks.”

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