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Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson

Calvin and Hobbes

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  1. bookgeek commented on WuMo about 18 hours ago

    So… Liliputians from Gulliver’s Travels in Robinson Crusoe?

  2. bookgeek commented on My Cage 11 days ago

    If that’s true, why aren’t there more happy people?

  3. bookgeek commented on Garfield 12 days ago

    Actually, according to the same superstition that black cats are unlucky, pale cats are lucky (I think it might be the other way around in parts of Europe). I’m not sure what superstitions there are about orange cats, though.

  4. bookgeek commented on Basic Instructions 14 days ago

    I always thought that Ferris was realistic enough.

  5. bookgeek commented on Plastic Baby Heads from Outer Space 18 days ago

    I recognize Harpo, but who’s that other fellow?

  6. bookgeek commented on Ozy and Millie about 1 month ago

    What do you suppose it does?

  7. bookgeek commented on Ozy and Millie about 1 month ago

    I find that morals with no relevance to real life are the most intriguing of all. But that’s just me.

  8. bookgeek commented on Big Nate about 1 month ago

    I’ve actually been in an informal fact-off before. The competitive drive was astounding, and the facts entered the realm of the bizarre and useless, yet still fascinating.

  9. bookgeek commented on U.S. Acres about 1 month ago

    This is the same principle adopted by the wizzard (not a misspelling) Rincewind from Sir Terry Pratchett’s Discworld novels, which are utterly awesome. I sincerely recommend them to anyone with a sense of humor.

  10. bookgeek commented on Lio about 1 month ago

    I, for one, have always had the suspicion that the things-under-the-bed are not as bad as they appear. When I was younger, I thought they were, if nothing else, better than the beasts in the closet.