Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for February 10, 1992
Hobbes: Aren't you supposed to be doing homework now? Calvin: I quit doing homework. Homework is bad for my self-esteem. Hobbes: It is? Calvin: Sure! It sends the message that I don't know enough! All that emphasis on right answers makes me feel bad when I get them wrong. So instead of trying to learn, I'm just concentrating on liking myself the way I am. Hobbes: Your self-esteem is enhanced by remaining an ignoramus? Calvin: Please! Let's call it "informationally impaired."