Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for April 03, 2018

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    BE THIS GUY  about 5 years ago

    “You get an F for history but an A for brain anatomy.”

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    The Calvinosaurus That Calvin Wanted To Discover  about 5 years ago

    But Calvin wasn’t raising his hand!

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    codycab  about 5 years ago

    @CALVINOSAURUS: There will be moments like this.

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    awgiedawgie Premium Member about 5 years ago

    She should at least give him credit for honesty. Better than his usual forays as Spiff.

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    Charliegirl Premium Member about 5 years ago

    That will guarantee you’ll get called on! She can see the fear in your eyes.

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    wiatr  about 5 years ago

    The British won it but it gave the Colonists at Concord time to assemble and keep the British from achieving their objectives. At least that’s the way I remember it.

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    alaskajohn1  about 5 years ago

    Ms Wormwood, what makes you think they all read the chapter?

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    jpayne4040  about 5 years ago

    This six-year old should get bonus points just for using the word Cerebellum in a sentence!

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    dlkrueger33  about 5 years ago

    Calvin STILL got this wrong. The cerebellum is responsible for regulating voluntary movements, such as balance and even speech. What he SHOULD have answered is “cerebrum”. The cerebrum is the seat of reason, planning, memory, and sensory integration. All conscious thought originates in the cerebrum.

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    bigcatbusiness  about 5 years ago

    Well, that shocking reaction means that he was indeed listening, unless she yelled. I would’ve been like “… Sorry, did you say something?”

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    cubswin2016  about 5 years ago

    Teachers have radar so they can single out the students who don’t know the answer.

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    jrankin1959  about 5 years ago

    Gotta remember that one…

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    A Hip loving Canadian...  about 5 years ago

    What Calvin really wants to say: Miss Wormwood, weren’t you a teacher when the Battle of Lexington took place?

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    Liverlips McCracken Premium Member about 5 years ago

    And for using the word “cerebellum” in a sentence, you get promoted a grade.

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    Who, me?  about 5 years ago

    It looks like fusion of his cerebellum was very painful in panel 3.

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    Ed_Bickford creator about 5 years ago

    pssst…Calvin…. The shot heard around the world…

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    jslabotnik  about 5 years ago

    Uh, the Wildcats defeated the Cardinals?

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    Ermine Notyours  about 5 years ago

    See also today’s Heart of the City.

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    ericbutts74  about 5 years ago

    Calvin: “That would be when Colonel Sanders defeated General Ronald McDonald in Lexington, KY. The End.”Ms. Wormwood: (…sigh)

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    gantech  about 5 years ago

    So that’s how he gets his hair to do that…

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    rshive  about 5 years ago

    Or one of those things in there.

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    Holden Awn  about 5 years ago

    Subtle, but very well done. The Battle of Lexington was sparked by the government’s attempt to confiscate privately owned guns…which touched off the American Revolution.

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    phoenixnyc  about 5 years ago

    American Revolution in first grade?

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    Bookworm  about 5 years ago

    Not exactly, Holden Awn. The British were searching for an arsenal of weapons and supplies obtained by the recently organized (and outlawed) Massachusetts Bay Colony Militia. The individual militiamen already owned their own weapons. The arsenal was to provide weapons for the unarmed citizenry they hoped to recruit.

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    Stephen Gilberg  about 5 years ago

    Why is there an unsolved math problem on the board during a history lesson?

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    hmvanyel  about 5 years ago

    One of these days, I’m going to have to set up a vacation that takes me to the battle sites and historical sites of the Revolutionary War.

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