Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for November 29, 1992
Narrator: Recess! A School day break for play and exercise. Little does Susie realize how much exercise she is about to get! She turns at the sound of running feet behind her. Have her friends come to join her? No! It's a pack of ferocious deinonychus dinosaurs!! Screaming, Susie hurls herself toward the school doors, but the pack is closing in! With the grim efficiency of wild dogs, the predators have a meal. Across the playground, students huddle in stupefied horror! Which one of them will be next? Thus the weak and stupid are weeded out in a heartless, but essential, natural selection, keeping the human population in check. At least, that's how it ought to be. Miss Wormwood: Thank you for that tastelss and entirely uninformative report on overpopulation. See me after class. Calvin: You like that, Susie??