Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for June 09, 1987
Calvin: Here's a little town. Hobbes: Here's a steamshovel scooping out a giant hole. Calvin: Here comes the bulldozer pushing thousands of barrels of toxic nuclear waste into the giant hole. Over the years, these dangerous poisons seep into underground waterways. The cancer rate of the nearby little town triples. Hobbes: If you want me, I'll be under the bed.