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  1. chovil commented on Calvin and Hobbes 2 days ago

    Focusing on doing nothing at all, is called meditation in the east. Beginners focus on their breathing, and only that. It’s very difficult to do that, even for 20 minutes. Highly respected and highly practiced in some religious faiths, like Buddhism.

  2. chovil commented on Calvin and Hobbes 10 days ago

    I met a very powerful man in the US government once, international law conference I was at, taking a graduate law course, and he said: “I don’t care how many degrees you have at the end of your name, if you don’t know someone at the other end of the phone, you’re not getting anywhere.” Or words to that effect. You have to see and hear and know someone, before you’re going to work with them. Best advice I ever had given to me.

  3. chovil commented on Calvin and Hobbes 11 days ago

    I remember a recent travel article I read. Her Tibetan guide, said he had never bathed in his life, and wasn’t about to start doing so now at his age.

  4. chovil commented on Calvin and Hobbes 27 days ago

    Clearly, Calvin didn’t evaluate the advantages of his weapons very well. Neither did the Americans in Vietnam, and I’ve met a lot of Vets of that war in Hay River, NWT of all places.

  5. chovil commented on Calvin and Hobbes about 1 month ago

    I have to admit, I really liked Kill Bill one and two, about as violent as you can get.

  6. chovil commented on Calvin and Hobbes about 1 month ago

    I was quite struck in university that the map is not the territory. It can’t have that many data points, so it is never accurate per se. Typically the more data points the more accurate your sampling of the territory. Calvin is approaching the concept inside out, turning it upside down. Kind of genius actually, except it may mean he becomes an urban planner or something.

  7. chovil commented on Calvin and Hobbes 4 months ago

    I agree with the parents, but I draw the line at the tie. What bugs me most is the swearing. I don’t associate with those people. Calvin has already changed the world.

  8. chovil commented on Calvin and Hobbes 4 months ago

    I shop for everything except food online. It’s rare I’m ever in line to check out. I usually feel the same way if I am.

  9. chovil commented on Calvin and Hobbes 4 months ago

    In my time a persons handwritings revealed their personality. It could be analyzed, because it was unique to that individual. How do you dot your i’s for example. If you used the letter before or after, you were intelligent. If you wrote one way you were a liar, someone not to be trusted. Everyone was unique in the way they wrote. No two people were identical. It was art.

  10. chovil commented on Calvin and Hobbes 5 months ago

    It was common, if not universal when I was a little boy, for us to dislike little girls, until puberty set in. I hope things have changed since then. You can’t count on puberty to change people that much, hence the world we live in now.