February 07, 2019
January 17, 2018
Lot of Dads have that problem.
I would go with Dad. Progress is not always good, I cannot take it, when it ruins nature!
No he has no imagination ,but he knows how the work is done and who pays for it.
Why the voice of citizens is never obliged?The government/dad would have the trees cut when it/he gets paid for it.
And on a better note-
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL YOU GOCOMICS READERS!!!
From one temporary phenomenon to another,HAPPY NEW YEAR!
There’s a ski lift on the opposite side of the valley where I live. Not so noisy unless they produce snow. Which they do even – or rather especially – at night.
Happy New Year to all!! When we could be together, we could a little bit dance around with pleasure!!
Eat a sucking pig and have a fine party!!
In Austria we like to celebrate New Years Eve with fine meals, games and happiness!
Now if we were talking ’bout a bullet train, that would be a different story altogether!
If dad did all of the work and paid for everything and Calvin kept all of the money it would be a great idea.
Besides — you take out the trees, what’s left for you to run into and bring your sled/wagon/cardboard box time machine/ whatever to a dead stop?
Does anyone know what Mr. Watterson is doing these days?
To all the New Year Eve’s babies born today last day for birthday as I, Happy Birthday to all. Everyone have a safe New Years Eve tonight. We do not drink staying home watching ABC Rockin Eve from New York. I’m on Central time so hope to stay away by 11pm then bed time.
Looking at things coming up for me, ’14’ll be a much finer year, my wish is the same for you!
All progress is change. All Change is NOT progress!
That’s life I’m afraid.
happy new year Calvin!
AND HOBBES TO!
People haven’t earned respect since people can’t even control themselves.
And it’s that kind of thinking that’s gonna end with progress causing our own extinction.
we have to realize that crude oil is natural. I am sure that there have been many oil pools that went into water. Given time mother earth will prevail.
Another case of nature recovering much faster than the “experts” expected was Yellowstone. Huge fires in 1988, and many thought it would take centuries to recover. Were they surprised that recovery started within months, and within a couple of years, most areas were green and growing again—albeit with transitional foliage, not the “climax forests” that had been there.
But then, in nature, “climax forests” tend not to be as long-lasting or as consistent as in areas where we’ve suppressed fires for decades.