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Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for August 17, 1988
Calvin: Boy, Dad sure blew his stack that time, didn't he. What a sorehead! Listening to him, you'd think nobody in the world had ever needed to call a plumber before. Dad's got a job. He can afford it. Dad makes such a big deal out of everything. Hobbes: When he does, I sure wish you'd stop trying to pin your crimes on me. Calvin: Oh, now you're going to start in on me too, huh?
His lack of personal responsibility is going to do him in later in life. Then again, him being a perpetual six-year- old…