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  1. cosman commented on Calvin and Hobbes 5 days ago

    That’s what truly matters.. (-:

  2. cosman commented on Calvin and Hobbes 5 days ago

    On a whim, i checked the Sat. morn. listings for ABC/NBC/CBS/FOX/CW between 6am-9am, and NONE of them has any cartoons on..
    Back in the ’60’s Dad and i made it a point to get up at 6:30, Dad would whip up an artery-clogging breakfast of pancakes, scrambled eggs and sausage, and we’d settle down in front of the ‘54 Sylvaniia 21in tv with our breakfast on tv trays and watch the Roadrunner Show @7.
    I remember one time Dad commenting. “Wile E. has a SERIOUS credit line with the Acme Supply Co..”
    Guess the mainstream networks figure the Cartoon Network is covering that aspect of programming, so that they don’t have to.. Kids of today are missing out on some precious bonding moments.

  3. cosman commented on Heart of the City 23 days ago

    The road to sorrow is often paved..

  4. cosman commented on Calvin and Hobbes about 1 month ago

    One shows what’s in one’s heart when no one’s watching..

  5. cosman commented on Heart of the City about 1 month ago

    Wonder what his Halloween backstory is..

  6. cosman commented on Lio about 1 month ago

    Kat Nipped the gin..

  7. cosman commented on Heart of the City about 1 month ago

    Four notable IQ societies besides Mensa:

    High IQ society

    Highly Gifted Magnet

    Mega Society

    Prometheus Society

    Triple Nine Society

  8. cosman commented on Calvin and Hobbes about 1 month ago

    Talkin’ about pounding a large square peg into a small round hole..

  9. cosman commented on Calvin and Hobbes 2 months ago

    When Steven Engel, a Jewish New Yorker, came together with other parents in 1958 to sue New York State over state-endorsed prayer that was being recited in schools. The Supreme Court inevitably sided with Engel and the decision was issued on June 25, 1962 — a day that lives in infamy in the minds of many religious individuals and free-speech advocates.

    The invocation in question was one that had been approved by the New York State Board of Regents. The prayer, which read, “Almighty God, we acknowledge our dependence upon Thee, and we beg Thy blessings upon us, our parents, our teachers and our Country,” was relatively benign in nature. Still, the parents were adamant that it shouldn’t be uttered in the public sphere.
    I was in Summer Vacation from Kindergarten June ’62, and it seems the general moral ethics of American society has been slipping, ever since..

  10. cosman commented on Calvin and Hobbes 3 months ago

    frugalnotcheap said, “Hobbes feet are so cute!”
    Yea.. His right one seems to be saying. “Ohhh..”