Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for December 30, 2015

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    KZ71  almost 8 years ago

    I like that way of thinking! XD

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    Pointspread  almost 8 years ago

    Go Calvin!

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    BE THIS GUY  almost 8 years ago

    Calvin showing signs of maturity.

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    Bilan  almost 8 years ago

    To paraphrase the old saying, nobody looks back in old age and wish they had done more homework.

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    chovil  almost 8 years ago

    At the very least, he’ll be healthier when he’s really old, because he really enjoyed being active when he was young.

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    rentier  almost 8 years ago

    Mix it in a well balanced way, long term and very long term!!

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    Girda Clamp  almost 8 years ago

    Please go somewhere else with your appalling attitude to life.

    For many of us, we find Calvin and Hobbes to be funny and uplifting. Plus , it is only a comic strip after all is said and done.

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    Robert Allen  almost 8 years ago

    Hobbes isn’t pretend. Watterson tells us, in the Tenth Anniversary book, that Hobbes’ dual nature is about the subjective nature of reality. Calvin sees Hobbes one way, and the rest of the world sees him another way. Hobbes is definitely not part of Calvin’s psyche.

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    neatslob Premium Member almost 8 years ago

    And in the medium term, he can think back on sledding as he’s waiting in the principal’s office.

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    jdsween855 Premium Member almost 8 years ago

    Love Watterson’s philosophy of life. But balance must be achieved in life. Where there is play, there is also responsibility. The pride in accomplishing school work will be rewarding when viewed from old age. … LOL! just kidding! More sleigh riding! Forget school. The time comes when you are too old to ride, then it’s time for school.

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    cubswin2016  almost 8 years ago

    There might not be a long term if he hits any trees.

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    neverenoughgold  almost 8 years ago

    Ahhhh youth!

    SighToo bad it’s wasted on the young…

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    Susie Derkins :D  almost 8 years ago

    That’s the feeling of nostalgia.

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    ladamson1918  almost 8 years ago

    Herein, the difference between Donald Trump and Dan Dennett.

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    Earnestly Frank  almost 8 years ago

    In the very very long term, he will be a kid forever.

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    Cornelius Robinson Premium Member almost 8 years ago

    Hobbes is Calvin reincarnated into his… present

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    justrider  almost 8 years ago

    Gosh, you have a point.. but hope you can feel better sometime…maybe get a toy tiger ?? A mouse ? Something. Sorry.

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    Number Three  almost 8 years ago

    Panel 2 applies to me the most. Even though I’m hardly successful.


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    Pointspread  almost 8 years ago

    Hobbes is real to Calvin and is a friend most of us would love to have!

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    neverenoughgold  almost 8 years ago

    Wait a minute! Is someone suggesting Calvin and/or Hobbes aren’t real?

    Oh Noooooooooooo

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    locake  almost 8 years ago

    His sled has steering, he should never run into trees.

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    locake  almost 8 years ago

    He can do both, there are plenty of hours in the day. He can study for an hour, then play outside for an hour.

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    Theodoreflash  almost 8 years ago

    Funny, Calvin’s got to be the smartes 6 yr old ever.. Yet he fails at school. He has a huge vocabulary and show that he knows math when it comes to money and hours of television.. What a character I love him :)

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    Carl R  almost 8 years ago

    On its surface Calvin and Hobbes does appear to be about a boy with no friends and a stuffed Tiger, but if you read it awhile you discover it’s actually about philosophy, and life.

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    38lowell  almost 8 years ago

    I will add:What is life?What do you want from it?If you get injured during football, old age is painful.So, you’d better vividly remember, all those school girls.Re-done knees, hips, etc.Lost hearing, eyesight, mind, teeth, appetite. No booze. smokes. women, etc.He’s lucky he can see the TV, hear it, or read the buttons to turn it on.He only wants a new body, for Xmas!He was 6’-4", 220#.A college grad.

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    neverenoughgold  almost 8 years ago


    Thanks… I needed that!

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    Kristie Harreld  almost 8 years ago

    Calvin’s got that right… Memories last forever!!

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    orz  almost 8 years ago

    Memories aren’t necessarily going to make him happier. Plus, you can always make new ones.

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