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

  2. chovil commented on Calvin and Hobbes about 1 month 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.

  3. chovil commented on Calvin and Hobbes about 1 month 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.

  4. chovil commented on Calvin and Hobbes 3 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.

  5. chovil commented on Calvin and Hobbes 3 months ago

    I’m actually with Calvin on this one. Smart people I’ve met are often very lazy, because learning is effortless for them.

  6. chovil commented on Calvin and Hobbes 4 months ago

    We played soccer, not baseball so much. I have one bad eye. Because I didn’t wear glasses as a kid, I don’t have binocular vision. Objects like baseballs or hockey pucks, moving at high speeds towards me scare me too. Soccer was easier, and much more demanding. You do a lot of running playing soccer, and you don’t need any equipment, just a field and a ball.

  7. chovil commented on Calvin and Hobbes 5 months ago

    I love the twitching tail before the pounce. Such attention to details by mr. Waterson.

  8. chovil commented on Calvin and Hobbes 8 months ago

    Four and a half billion years ago, we spent a billion years being single celled organisms. Then we progressed to metazoans. To reproduce, we still go back to being single celled creatures. Calvin’s claim to fame is quite justified, as is his love of Bugs Bunny, but he’s just another metazoan.

  9. chovil commented on Calvin and Hobbes 9 months ago

    Most of my Moes are dead now, and the world is a better place without them, I gloat and have absolutely no guilt about it. I’m so happy that they are dead. That Calvin can look twenty years into the future and wonder how he will feel about Moe, is an amazing quality he has, far more useful than whether he can add and subtract.

  10. chovil commented on Calvin and Hobbes about 1 year ago

    Higher being a relative term for a six year old.