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  1. about 20 hours ago on Peanuts

    Songs to drive your parents mad on long trips! Now I guess they just give them a phone …

  2. about 20 hours ago on Pooch Cafe

    I wonder why she has golden hair, when, anecdotally at least, brunettes grow the longest hair.

  3. about 20 hours ago on Calvin and Hobbes

    I don’t remember ever seeing this – Hobbes had a childhood and a dad!

  4. about 20 hours ago on Calvin and Hobbes

    Bullies don’t like smart people for some reason. A bit odd.

  5. 2 days ago on Peanuts

    I have an old school desk designed for two kids. It has a shared inkwell in the middle. Before that, schools had long benches, one to write on and one to sit on, so you could always squeeze one more child on.

  6. 2 days ago on Calvin and Hobbes

    Maybe you are right – my comment could have been with more grace. But can God be only love? Surely “love” without boundaries is a form of bankrupt morality? What do you say to the parents who “love” their child so much that they will not also correct them when they try to harm you?

    We all create our own morality to live by. But we have no right to impose that morality on others. Unlike maths, or language, reading and writing etc, sex education implies a set of values. Once this set of values was broadly agreed upon by society at large, and was largely based on the Bible. God was seen as the only safe arbiter of morality. As our Creator He should know how he designed us to function, what was good for us, or bad for us.

    However, school systems worldwide are rejecting that paradigm, along with denial of God’s existence. This leaves a vacuum which certain groups have been quick to fill with their own version of morality.

    But where does this leave the parents who do not subscribe to that morality? Do they have rights over the education of their children? It seems not. Those who object are vilified and shut down, as if the whole of society suddenly agreed to abandon our previous morality for this new one.

    This cannot possibly be true. People must still be allowed to decide for themselves what is right or wrong, whether to believe God, or not. This is not an argument that belongs in our schools.

  7. 3 days ago on Calvin and Hobbes

    To most of the world, God is some sort of Santa. But even our relationships with others should teach us that such an infantile attitude will not wash with Him. He will rescue us, but on His terms.

  8. 3 days ago on Calvin and Hobbes

    Flat earthers, take note!

  9. 3 days ago on Calvin and Hobbes

    Lots of vitriol going your way, it seems. Well, lots of us agree with you. And even if Calvinist is correct – that the original aim was tolerance of others, it has gone way beyond that now. I was never a fan of sex education in schools anyway, but now? In a Godless world, people become their own gods, and make up their own bankrupt morality.

  10. 4 days ago on Speed Bump