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

    Actually, on a snow day, the people who clear the snow get called at 4am, so Calvin is not completely out of line. His father might not undrestand though. It’s amazing how tolerant Calvin’s parents are. They are trully exceptional, absolutely exemplary. I’ve been reading this strip for a number of years, a devoted fan, but many I don’t remember, and I wonder if Watterson isn’t writing new Calvin and Hobbes adventures on this venue.

  2. chovil commented on Calvin and Hobbes 5 months ago

    You know, I loved Calvin and Hobbes when they first came out, really loved them, and the first site I view on the web each morning is this one, but I don’t remember some of them, and it is almost as if Mr. Watterson is writing new strips and posting them here. One thing for sure, that homework will never get done. His father worries about him, because he is no good in sports either. Calvin is always 6 years old more or less. It’s really amazing the life a six year old can have.

  3. chovil commented on Calvin and Hobbes 6 months ago

    I know how he feels

  4. chovil commented on Calvin and Hobbes 8 months ago

    I was up in the middle of the night and surprised how late Calin and hobbes was. Somebody fell asleep at the wheel. No matterThey eventually come round. I loved my bike. But I can laugh at Calvin’s dilema. His bike is stalking him. I guess it’s not that funny when an evil force is out to harm you, but Calvin always made it funny, and he helped me survive. He is PTSD therapy. So you evil alien, what is this? It’s a chinup bar and get on it.

  5. chovil commented on Calvin and Hobbes 10 months ago

    Virtue is its own reward, but unfortunately no good deed goes unpunished.

  6. chovil commented on Calvin and Hobbes 10 months ago

    It was probably a woman Calvin, but I do agree. The more I think about things the weirder they get, especially everyday things I take for granted. Calvin doesn’t mind how weird things are. Hobbes would rather have breakfast first, before exploring this wonderful world that is quite weird. My weird example is yogurt, which I have with cereal instead of cows milk. Mind you, I would much rather try milking a cow than fight in WW2. I once owned a WW2 surplus Norweigan rifle. It was designed for only one purpose, killing people. It was $60. Now that is weird.

  7. chovil commented on Calvin and Hobbes 10 months ago

    I wish I had the awareness in grade school to realize it was a “big, fat waste of my time”. Thought Police?, or just training for your 9-5 employment later in life.

  8. chovil commented on Calvin and Hobbes 12 months ago

    this is one of the rare times Calvin enjoys doing schoolwork. If they offered cash rewards instead of grades, he’d be a willing student.

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

    I only have those days during the winter and I’m not fond of them. Brutal is a good word to describe them

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

    It’s -15 today, the coldest day yet this winter. It came out of nowhere. I did a lot of running around. It was real cold. Don’t Tigers live in India and Africa? Unless Hobbes is a Siberian Tiger. I went for a walk around the river. All the Canadian geese and ducks were ignoring the weather. Why don’t they fly south. Isn’t that what they are supposed to do? The cold wasn’t bothering them at all.