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  1. bruntsfield commented on Calvin and Hobbes 5 months ago

    “An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge”?

  2. bruntsfield commented on Calvin and Hobbes 9 months ago

    Calvin needs a cement pill!

  3. bruntsfield commented on Calvin and Hobbes 9 months ago

    If want to listen to an asshole, I prefer to fart!

  4. bruntsfield commented on Calvin and Hobbes 9 months ago

    Interesting your idea of corporal punishment!

    You’ve really got a sick outlook on life!

  5. bruntsfield commented on Calvin and Hobbes 9 months ago

    What a specious argument! Your son is a good example? Rubbish! One swallow, does not, a summer make!
    Government think-tank? Yeah, we all know how useful they’ve proved in the past!

    “pathatic & ingorant.” I wonder who is the the most ignorant?

  6. bruntsfield commented on Calvin and Hobbes 9 months ago

    A touch of corporal punishment is called for. Unfortunately the
    remnants of Dr Spock still linger in the US psyche, so it won’t happen.

  7. bruntsfield commented on Calvin and Hobbes 9 months ago

    Flogging a dead comes to mind.

  8. bruntsfield commented on Calvin and Hobbes 9 months ago

    It seems as if Watterson has a thing about delinquent parents…

  9. bruntsfield commented on Calvin and Hobbes 9 months ago

    Theme is becoming repetitive, how many times has Calvin been in this situation? For me? Too many…

  10. bruntsfield commented on Calvin and Hobbes 9 months ago

    USA leads the way:
    “About 30 percent of the 430 billion lbs of food produced in the United States is wasted, an incredible statistic, especially given the lack of landfill space, not to mention the global menace of world hunger.

    The shocking statistic gives a new meaning to the term ‘junk food,’ as Americans are sending 133 billion lbs (60 billion kg) of food to the garbage dump each year. To put it another way, 141 trillion calories annually – or 1,249 calories per capita daily – went uneaten in the United States, according to a report by the US Department of Agriculture."