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  1. basie.mynhardt commented on Calvin and Hobbes about 1 month ago

    Nihilism ? All Calvin is about is adrennalism. Seeing what he does gives me a taste again of that wonderful thing !

  2. basie.mynhardt commented on Calvin and Hobbes about 1 month ago

    Big, heartening point out of this whole small portrayal seems to be – at last – seeing the small family assembled on a relaxing seaside vacation. And Dad’s reaction when he sees the shadow’s source ! Priceless .

  3. basie.mynhardt commented on Calvin and Hobbes 3 months ago

    So THAT’s why I thought of Gershwin this winter’s morning..!

  4. basie.mynhardt commented on Calvin and Hobbes 6 months ago

    No. Some angels are seen /felt as angels.
    I can live with doubt re the imaginary ones, maybe prefer to have to deal with that, too. B.t.w., we might just have seen the same kind of doubt / " pretty sureness" in neverenoughgold’s post..

  5. basie.mynhardt commented on Calvin and Hobbes 6 months ago

    Don’t react with sarcasm, Hobbes, since Calvin has referred to nothing but imaginary angels, exactly as young kids picture them, wings and harps included.
    (When still young a friend noticed and kept staring at a calendar that promoted this brand of tires, highlighted by a pic of a next-to-nude in my lodging. The moment I had closed my door behind us, he could not tell me what product was in question).

  6. basie.mynhardt commented on Calvin and Hobbes 7 months ago

    Hobbes : " I struck . "

  7. basie.mynhardt commented on Calvin and Hobbes 7 months ago

    Would you prefer then, Calvin, to hold your whole head ?

  8. basie.mynhardt commented on Calvin and Hobbes 7 months ago

    ..to condemn the sin and not the sinner.. or the natural equipment and not the user…

  9. basie.mynhardt commented on Calvin and Hobbes 7 months ago

    Cute.

  10. basie.mynhardt commented on Calvin and Hobbes 7 months ago

    Hardly credible. Conceivably, people’s ideas must have at least on one occasion rubbed off onto Dad. Many, if not most of, those splendid ideas were incubated during play, where adventurous, inquiring actions take place. Calvin the elder must have ennui all day long at work.