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Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for September 24, 2011

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    spudgibb  about 10 years ago

    Haha, just signed my daughter up…

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    Vista Bill Raley and Comet™  about 10 years ago

    … from bad to worse!

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    pouncingtiger  about 10 years ago

    Gee, I wonder who will be teaching piano to Calvin? Could it be Ros? (I hope)

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    JoanHelen  about 10 years ago

    Very clever, Dogsniff! I like that one.

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    rogue53  about 10 years ago

    Feeling bad about having no shoes, till you meet the man with no feet. It can always get worse, Calvin.

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    rentier  about 10 years ago

    Piano lessons, YES !!!!

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    GROG Premium Member about 10 years ago

    As long as Mom doesn’t haven’t to endure it, it’ll be however minutes long of heavenly peace to her.

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    Puddleglum2  about 10 years ago

    Hobbes will be glad if there is a piano ‘tuna’! (That one works especially well in Central and Eastern Massachusetts).

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    Puddleglum2  about 10 years ago

    Calvin doesn’t need ‘driving’ lessons. He has been driving his parents crazy since he was perpetually six years old.

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    Puddleglum2  about 10 years ago

    “Ack!” Is Calvin related to Cathy?

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    arye uygur  about 10 years ago

    In the 2nd panel: Calvin’s mother drives her car the way Calvin sleds downhill.

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    Puddleglum2  about 10 years ago

    Since Calvin said “no” eleven times, I assume that piano lessons rank 11th on a ‘scale’ of 1 to 10! Calvin will make a ‘concerted’ effort to avoid piano lessons. He’ll be ‘composing’ various excuses. “Etude, Brute?”, I mean Mom.

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    bobluc  about 10 years ago

    check www.stephanietrick.com OR search videos for Stephanie Trick // if you might like to hear some fabulous Stride Piano

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    Puddleglum2  about 10 years ago

    Now Calvin doesn’t want piano lessons. What’s ‘sonata’ with him? If Calvin plays his ‘chords’ right, he could be performing on the ‘Opera’ Winfrey Show before too long!

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    rentier  about 10 years ago

    Violin! Even worser!

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    Ottodesu  about 10 years ago

    She drives the car like a Stuka dive bombing.

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    Phapada  about 10 years ago

    if piano lessons Hobbes can together….

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    Snoopy_Fan  about 10 years ago

    Where’s his life vest in case he falls out of the car??? After all, he’s not wearing his seat belt… He may not even make it to Tuesday if he isn’t careful.

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    squirrel500  about 10 years ago

    Taught by Rosalyn?

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    kab2rb  about 10 years ago

    Calvin my cousin’s mom made him take piano lessons. He did not like it but endured it. Now as an adult has forgotten all those dreded lessons. Funny I always wanted to learn to play piano. Parents did not have one nor the money for lessons.

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    LingeeWhiz  about 10 years ago

    Yes, if she were smart she’d be getting him interested in being a mime.

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    rentier  about 10 years ago

    Calvin wants to take driving lessons without a shirt, with a naked body!

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    Muzition  about 10 years ago

    Calvin had better put his seatbelt on.

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    Number Three  about 10 years ago

    She is being REALLY mean to him now.

    Life isn’t fair is it Calvin?

    LOL xxx

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    hjkl;  about 10 years ago

    I took piano lessons for years. Even some as an adult. I still play and I love it so much! But the lessons themselves I didn’t like, and the recitals were hell.

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    tuslog64  about 10 years ago

    Most of the boys in my area took their “driving lessons” on John Deeres, Farmalls, etc – hundreds of hours cultivating corn and beans. Plus pick-up trucks (no license needed on own property) By the time we could get a drivers license, the road test was a breeze. (Imagine hours going down rows and having to steer plus/minus one inch left/right!)

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    tuslog64  about 10 years ago

    Two of my granddaughters need piano lessons. Everytime they visit, it’s BANG BANG BANG on an old piano we have. (last tuned in 1943) But last visit, it was -thud-thud-thud. “Grandpa – there’s something wrong with the piano!” “Well, I’ll have someone look at it.” (I suspect it might have something to do with the towels I threw over the hammers!)

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    GROG Premium Member about 10 years ago

    To my knowledge Cal’s parents do own a piano. I fhe practices, it won’t be there.

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    ratlum  about 10 years ago

    I wonder if the piano teachers name is Roslyn Ms Worm wood or the bus driver working part time as a teacher?

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    WW2 Marine Veteran  about 10 years ago

    Why not piano lessons? My wife & daughter took them, enjoyed them and was excellent at playing the piano.

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    WilliamBill  about 10 years ago

    Well, a violin is at least portable.

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    DerkinsVanPelt218  about 10 years ago

    He could learn Beethoven’s “Fur Elise”, Mozart’s “Turkish March”, and Bon Jovi’s “Runaway.”

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    khpage  about 10 years ago

    What Hobbes needs to do is convince Calvin of the power over women you have if you can play the piano, even more so if you can sing along with it. Unfortunately, I can do neither, and at 68, it doesn’t make any difference anyway…Puddleglum – your crack about driving lessons was terrific – gave me a good smile, thanks

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    rji1963  about 10 years ago

    Oh, like he will be MUCH more cooperative with that.

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    bmonk  about 10 years ago

    What? Calvin didn’t get dressed after his swimming lesson?I’m surprised Rosalyn (or Mom) didn’t make a fuss.

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    serenasakitty  about 10 years ago

    If you let the kids make all the decisions on what they are going to do, they will do nothing.

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    dangerj03  about 10 years ago

    11 no’s………………….new record.

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    spiritoflionelhutzlives  about 10 years ago

    …and on Wednesdays…ballet…

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    bmonk  about 10 years ago

    Au contraire! There is nothing betterer than Math Camp.

    Heck, even “greater than” and “less than” are math concepts!

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    Koolfunkygrrl  about 10 years ago

    ha ha ha<<said with a sarcastic ‘tone.’

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    Koolfunkygrrl  about 10 years ago

    it’ll be Susie’s mom…LOL

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    Koolfunkygrrl  about 10 years ago

    i didn’t take piano….but my mom did sign me up for voice lessons…i’m not bad…..

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    PatPiano  about 10 years ago

    Dogsniff, I resemble that remark!

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    mamamama  about 10 years ago

    calvin is a scrub

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    fishchik  about 10 years ago

    good mommy. good mommy! (pat on head)

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    HobbesTheTiger78  about 1 year ago

    If Calvin knows big, vocabulary words, how does he not know the driving age of the U.S.A?

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