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Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson

Calvin and Hobbes

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  1. Travis Brewer commented on FoxTrot Classics about 1 month ago

    12xsqrt2 inch pizza.

  2. Travis Brewer commented on Peanuts 2 months ago

    Let me guess, you’re the one who tells the networks the Olympic results before the events are aired. right?

  3. Travis Brewer commented on For Better or For Worse 3 months ago

    From now on, fence him in with the handy-man’s secret weapon, duct-tape!

  4. Travis Brewer commented on Jump Start 5 months ago

    The Ghost of Christmas Past was not ghoulish and drag chains. The chain dragger was the ghost of Jacob Marley. The Ghoulish one was the Ghost of Christmas Future.

  5. Travis Brewer commented on Peanuts 7 months ago

    That’s actually what happened in the final arc Schulz wrote. Charlie Brown refuses to fall for it. No matter what assurances Lucy gives, he’s not going to fall for it again. So Lucy enlists Linus to do it, and reminds him to pull the ball away at the last moment. But he never tells whether he did or not. We don’t know whether Charlie Brown ever got to place-kick the football.

  6. Travis Brewer commented on Peanuts 7 months ago

    Every single time, she pulls the ball away! And he fell for it every time but one.

  7. Travis Brewer commented on The Born Loser 7 months ago

    That’s a big advantage, but I’ve found DVRs (TiVo) take care of the problem, just turn off the phone, put away the social networks, and that avoids the spoilers. Use the DVR to delay the game’s onset by about 1 hour, and you can kiss the commercials good-bye!

  8. Travis Brewer commented on For Better or For Worse 7 months ago

    It is an allusion to the Miracle on 34th St. scene where Kris Kringle did the same thing to his beard.

  9. Travis Brewer commented on For Better or For Worse 8 months ago

    They found ways around it. Browsers began to include pop-up blockers because people were buying them like hotcakes, netflix and other advertisers found ways to disguise their pop-ups to get around the blockers. Others turned to “roll-over” ads (you touch em with your cursor, and they take over the screen).

  10. Travis Brewer commented on For Better or For Worse 8 months ago

    Have you ever tried to kick an addiction? It’s an agonizing process. The withdrawal symptoms: headaches, jitters, irritability, fatigue, depression, and weight gain/loss. And having to quit “Cold Turkey” is the hardest, as you have no way to combat the withdrawal symptoms.