Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson

Calvin and Hobbes

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  1. leftwingpatriot

    leftwingpatriot said, 12 months ago

    Lot of Dads have that problem.

  2. LX013

    LX013 said, 12 months ago

    I would go with Dad. Progress is not always good, I cannot take it, when it ruins nature!

  3. ratlum

    ratlum said, 12 months ago

    No he has no imagination ,but he knows how the work is done and who pays for it.

  4. Dha Dha

    Dha Dha said, 12 months ago

    complain Calvin’s

  5. moronbis

    moronbis said, 12 months ago

    Why the voice of citizens is never obliged?
    The government/dad would have the trees cut when it/he gets paid for it.

  6. Nabuquduriuzhur

    Nabuquduriuzhur said, 12 months ago

    re: :LX013
    The good news is that nature recovers rapidly when given a chance.
    An example is the common sheepway at Shaniko. In the late 1800s, Shaniko was big sheep producer and still produces sheep and cattle. The different flocks would go down the same fenced pathway, eating the plants as they went along.

    I went with a group of bios back in the late 1990s to check it out. The NC (back when they still did conservation) had bought up the sheepway and after 2 years, most of the annuals like Bromus tectorum had reverted to native bunchgrasses like crested bluegrass and poa secunda.
    Even more impressive was a mercury mine site south of Steens Mountain. The BLM had closed it down and put the tailings in a large fenced-in square. In just four years, it had returned to the Great Basin wild rye, with plants 3’ tall.
    Mt. St. Helens, when it went off, had the usual “it’ll never recover” but in short order trees were growing again. If one didn’t know what had happened in 1980, one wouldn’t guess that it had blown out the entire side of the mountain and flattened/covered large portions of the Gifford Pinchot forest 33 years ago.
    Prince William Sound was back up to 90% and higher populations of 70% of the species two years after the Exxon Valdez spill.
    Given a chance, nature recovers. Unfortunately today, the ecos are destroying forests and national treasures. An example is the 300 years of fire return in a handful of days in the Mt. Washington wilderness when they torched it in protest of Bush’s visit in 2003. It will recover, and is now covered with trees, but it won’t be late successional for many years.

  7. washingtoneagle

    washingtoneagle GoComics PRO Member said, 12 months ago

    And on a better note-


  8. Gweedo - It's legal here !!! -  Murray

    Gweedo - It's legal here !!! - Murray GoComics PRO Member said, 12 months ago


    And who sez washington eagle doesn’t tell us good things !
    Like wise to you.

  9. Thirdguy

    Thirdguy said, 12 months ago

    From one temporary phenomenon to another,

  10. Dha Dha

    Dha Dha said, 12 months ago


    Happy New Year…

  11. watmiwori

    watmiwori said, 12 months ago

    @Dha Dha

    He must mean the hill he goes careening down
    which on his sled or little red wagon? Never
    knew it was ‘their’ hill [in the sense that would
    give them the right to cut down the trees if they

  12. cloudy now

    cloudy now said, 12 months ago

    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.

  13. ShadowBeast

    ShadowBeast GoComics PRO Member said, 12 months ago


    I completely agree.

  14. LX013

    LX013 said, 12 months ago


    Yes, we must give nature a chance to recover, it must be observed and people must respect it!!

  15. LX013

    LX013 said, 12 months ago

    Happy New Year to all!! When we could be together, we could a little bit dance around with pleasure!!

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