Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for October 04, 2011

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    doc white  almost 12 years ago

    HOBS CRK,now that sounds goodcalvin is up the creek, without a sigh.

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    thirdguy  almost 12 years ago

    Calvin better hope the crk don’t rise!

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    rentier  almost 12 years ago


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    pouncingtiger  almost 12 years ago

    I like Hobs’ expression in the last panel.

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    Green Pieces  almost 12 years ago

    Does it count if Calvin puts his sign upstream?

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    oldmanbob  almost 12 years ago

    Who was the second man on the moon?

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    Elaine Rosco Premium Member almost 12 years ago

    Go discover something else Calvin.

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    Phapada  almost 12 years ago

    Must be sure rich Hobbes ha ha Crk..

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    GROG Premium Member almost 12 years ago

    Hobbes was way ahead of you there, Calvin.

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    JerryTheK  almost 12 years ago

    Yea Hobs had the sign first 18 years ago

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    grok450  almost 12 years ago

    I think Hobbes was fishing for a compliment!?

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    Hobbes Premium Member almost 12 years ago

    Here is a similar dispute from The Wizard of Id a couple of weeks ago:Wizard of Id- Hobs

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    rolleg  almost 12 years ago

    if it’s mis-spelled is it still valid?

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    bmonk  almost 12 years ago

    Reminds me of the old feller on his porch who was questioned about the name of a small stream just down the road from his place. “That’s the crick,” he replied.A few months later, when the crew put up the new sign announcing that this was “Crick Creek”, a member of the crew wandered over and asked the feller, still in his rocking chair on the porch, what he thought of it.“Should have been t’other way around,” he drawled.

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    Number Three  almost 12 years ago

    Awwwwww, LOL.


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    fran650  almost 12 years ago

    Hobbes really rocks the innocent look!

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    fishchik  almost 12 years ago

    as you can plainly see, both words are abbreviated, therefore it is valid. LOL! just ask the USPS!

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    bolseye  almost 12 years ago

    Actually, I think Dawson beat them both to the punch

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    AltrinchamMike  almost 12 years ago

    up the creek even without the paddle

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    Destiny23  almost 12 years ago

    Hobbes was using text-speak 20 years ago?! That’s one advanced pussy cat!

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    alan.gurka  almost 12 years ago

    “Calvin’s Creek” has an alliterative quality to it that “Hob Crk” lacks, although Hobbes would have priority. Then again, why aren’t all our mountains, lakes, cricks, etc. named after Native Americans?

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    ratlum  almost 12 years ago

    Look at Hobbes face,no doubt hes innocent.Besides he could spell his name right, couldn’t he ?

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    Puddleglum2  almost 12 years ago

    “The Sign” – Ace of Base

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    gofinsc  almost 12 years ago

    Lake Thurmond on the South Carolina side, Clarks Hill Lake on the Georgia side. So just “discover” it in another part.

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    tuslog64  almost 12 years ago

    How do streams get named? In western Illinois we have a Bear Creek – handles 10X as much drainage as some streams named as a River. (Never been known to have any bears in this area – but overrun with deer and geese) Also, why is the Missouri River considered a tributary of the Mississippi? Why didn’t the Mississippi name go to the Mo. as it is longer than the Miss. north of St. Louis? The Illinois River is logical as it goes through Illinois. But the Mississippi River only touches Mississippi – and flows through Louisiana.

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    DerkinsVanPelt218  almost 12 years ago

    Heh heh heh.

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    Popeyesforearm  almost 12 years ago

    For a figment of his imagination, Hobbes is pretty tangible when it comes to burning Calvin.

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    khpage  almost 12 years ago

    Calvin and Hobbes, both incipient lawyers, need to bring the matter before the court of Mom for a final decision…..

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    Belinda Banana Ana  almost 12 years ago

    I have like every CaH comic memorized :3

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    Snoopy_Fan  almost 12 years ago

    No problem… Just fix the sign to say “Calvin’s Tree” and put it up in front of tree next to “Hobs Crk”. That way, Calvin and Hobbes will always be together! :-)

    I can hear Number 3 now:


    (Love you, Number 3!)

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