Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for September 14, 2010

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    David Hamilton  almost 14 years ago

    BrainWashed! The Manchurian Calvin!

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    kingpirgnob  almost 14 years ago

    all knowing hobbes has all the info you need

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    WoodEye  almost 14 years ago

    Selective memory at it’s best!

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    SWEETBILL  almost 14 years ago

    YOU still are brainwashed………..

    GM everyone

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    moronbis  almost 14 years ago

    Can your time machine help?

    How can a six-year old think so much? I used to think some weird things as Calvin does but this one is way above my standards.

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    GreatEighthSin  almost 14 years ago

    Ahh.. childhood amnesia at it’s best. Then one day you’re going to be 15 and thinking, “where was I when I was six!?”.

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    krisch  almost 14 years ago

    were they washing the brain matter he kept burping up?

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    rentier  almost 14 years ago

    Where is Marg again?

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    lightblade77  almost 14 years ago

    I think there is a reason we don’t remember our youngest years.

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    rentier  almost 14 years ago

    This doesn’t only happen in so young years! It happens until highest age!! Ha, ha…..

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    twj0729  almost 14 years ago

    What’s to remember? Eat, sleep, poop, throw-up!

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    Rakkav  almost 14 years ago

    You’d be surprised what I remember from about age one (not three) up. Really. My earliest clear memories are from my second year. By that time I was watching dust motes in the sunlight from my crib… and apparently understanding what they were on some level.

    My memories from that time aren’t numerous, however… and I’ve forgotten so much of my life since that I might as well be brain-dead, not brainwashed. :)

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    kab2rb  almost 14 years ago

    I don’t remember anything that young. Little bits before big K and that’s to long ago. Due to something tramatic.

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    dsom8  almost 14 years ago

    Hobbes left out the other “end” of the deal.

    I have a couple of very clear memories from about 2 years of age, but no real context for them. The moon seen through the window of an airplane at night, and some colorful toys at grandma’s house. I’m guessing these were not particularly special moments but just points along the brain’s development timeline.

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    Puddleglum2  almost 14 years ago

    It’s its, not it’s! It’s not cr’it’ical; it’s the its! :o)

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    Droptma Styx  almost 14 years ago

    I thought Hobbes was captured by Calvin using a tuna fish sandwich as bait. He wasn’t around when Calvin was an infant.

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    Rise22  almost 14 years ago

    moronbis - sometimes Watterson just wanted to “wax poetic” and Calvin was handy…just like the artwork - he really COULD draw/paint…when Calvin gets into space, for example…

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    rentier  almost 14 years ago

    I remember, I was lieing in my baby carriage and a big face looked into it, laughed, and saied ba, ba, do, do, dideli and so on. It was my uncle, but I didn’t know that.

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    MontanaLady  almost 14 years ago

    Aw, Hobbes, you remember everything!

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    lazygrazer  almost 14 years ago

    Truth told, I don’t remember much before 30.

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    Cacaorian  almost 14 years ago

    DroptmaStyx- you forget, Hobbes is a figment of Calvin’s imagination and therefore retains everything assumed, remembered or learned by Calvin.

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    vibjyor  almost 14 years ago

    Calvin, just imagine, three years before you were completey brain washed. Now it is only 50 %.

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    tmick2001  almost 14 years ago

    Yeah grazer, same here!

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    carless  almost 14 years ago

    AH only to be young again..

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    pilover3.1415926  almost 14 years ago

    He is Calvin Bourne!

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    Gretchen's Mom  almost 14 years ago

    I’ve forgotten way more than I ever knew … I think!!!!!

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    hobbsfriend  almost 14 years ago

    i think hobbes belonged to calvins mom & was passed on to him. didn’t i read that in strip at one point. i have been a fan for a long time! lol if i am right hobbes was there to see him do all three of the “P“‘s! lol

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    ratlum  almost 14 years ago

    Somebody should have explained to Calvin,the things he does not remember,terrible not remembering every thing.

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    spiritoflionelhutzlives  almost 14 years ago

    …Calvin…why don’t you spend some time playing some solitaire…

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    mrprongs  almost 14 years ago

    So, how old was Calvin when he got Hobbes?

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    chovil  almost 14 years ago

    I remember breaking my wrist when I was 2 and a half trying to impress my grandmother. It’s my earliest memory. I hear that when you’re really old you remember your early childhood much better. My other grandmother did at least. She grew up in rural Quebec long before they invented automobiles. I would have loved to hear those memories.

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  32. Cathy aack Premium Member almost 14 years ago

    Hobbes probably remembers the (b)urping because it landed on him a lot while other bodly functions were more contained.

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    Me_Again  almost 14 years ago

    Now I wonder how much time I spent burping up!

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    calvinsfreind  almost 14 years ago

    your dad brainwashed you

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