Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for February 01, 1991
Calvin: There ought to be a law against having school on days when there's enough snow to play in. Of course, I don't think there should be school in the Fall either...and Summer's out already...and then there's Spring...I guess I'd go t school a day in November and a day in March. Hobbes: By second grade, you'd be packing your lunch box with denture cleaners. Calvin: And before I got to third grade, I could retire.
poor calvin he would be the saddest boy who will know afterwards tht he can’t retire…..