Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for June 19, 2012

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    Linux0s  about 12 years ago

    Obviously not.

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    rentier  about 12 years ago

    How’s business, Calvin?

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    pouncingtiger  about 12 years ago

    An interesting way to get a buck fifty.

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    moronbis  about 12 years ago

    Calvin should have had the idea that people don’t appreciate a great idea when they hear one.

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    Timberwolves88  about 12 years ago

    You will be an excellent bankster, Calvin.

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    watmiwori  about 12 years ago

    Shades of Ralph Nickleby!

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    KenTheCoffinDweller  about 12 years ago

    Well I used to loan out lunch money to atheletes at school (jr HS & HS) for a nickel a day on the dollar and get signed dated IOU’s with it all payable by end of school year. This was back when lunch was $0.35. Had several long term repeat customers too.

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    margueritem  about 12 years ago

    Hobbes was not convinced.

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    Sandy Shore  about 12 years ago

    Hobbes for President!

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    battle of plattsburgh  about 12 years ago

    Here’s a great idea….don’t buy great ideas from a six year old.

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    38lowell  about 12 years ago

    These great ideas are thought up by bankers every day.

    Would you like a toaster, dishes, or a few gallons of gas for

    putting your account here?
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    jreckard  about 12 years ago

    So far, not even a penny for his thoughts.

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    GROG Premium Member about 12 years ago

    I’d tell you what I think, but it’ll cost ya.

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    Strong51Bad  about 12 years ago

    Yeah Calvin. JP Morgan, or maybe MF Global.

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    Hobbes Premium Member about 12 years ago

    Click here: Peanuts (May 5, 1980)

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    Hobbes Premium Member about 12 years ago

    @Dogsniff: I’m still working on your comment from the beginning of yesterday, and I have it almost figured out. It’s just taking me awhile. Very clever.

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    rentier  about 12 years ago

    Starve to death is quicker as having great ideas!!

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    LingeeWhiz  about 12 years ago

    How do I know your ideas are great? The sign makes it so.

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    route66paul  about 12 years ago

    Credit has made the world go round. Venture capital, even in the form of a basic car loan, has helped many people. In areas that have little or no public transportation, you must have a car to get a job. Or else you can work at the closest fast food joint and never be able to save up enough for a car.

    Many pawn loans are for daily cash because there was an emergency. Pay it quickly and try not to get in that situation again.

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    Puddleglum2  about 12 years ago

    “A penny for your thoughts” …and that’s more than they usually are worth, Calvin!

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    tuslog64  about 12 years ago

    As I recall, some laws forbid any interest at all! In this case, the lender would lose merely due to inflation, not to mention risk of losing the principal.

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    ratlum  about 12 years ago

    I bought my first car off a rat that used them calculations.

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    bizaker  about 12 years ago

    Wanna bet?

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    dahawk  about 12 years ago

    I started out years ago in the lower level of the 99 percenters. After working hard and saving a little here and there, I’m now at the upper end of that percentage. I do not begrudge any one in the 1% class, as I never worked for a poor person in all those years.

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    Gretchen's Mom  about 12 years ago

    Maybe not, Calvin . . . but the really smart ones (like your b.f.f. Hobbes here) will most certainly know when they’re being charged an outrageously exorbitant usury fee by one of the world’s youngest con artists when they see it!

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    Mister-Edd  about 12 years ago

    Calvin’s interest rate is cheap compared to Western Sky Financial (a Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe loan company. They charge 139%..They also make you agree to be bound by tribal law and waive any of your Federal or State rights which might apply.

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    alleyoops Premium Member about 12 years ago

    Sounds like the “payday lenders” of today!

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    iced tea  about 12 years ago

    Calvin’s a real little Republican!

    ;)

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    Vonne Anton  about 12 years ago

    Had an idea worth a dollar once…can’t remember what it was…s’ok, I can’t remember where I left my wallet either. Sigh.

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    calvinsfriend110  about 12 years ago

    Better idea then a swift kick in the butt.

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    Bill Chapman  about 12 years ago

    Heh! I knew a guy like that in H.S. I did something like it during my senior H.S. year too. Only mine was a bit more illegal…… For the cost of the item(I stuck to beer), I’d buy a case of beer for someone – but ONLY if they gave me at least $30 in advance. I’d only do this once a month per person, and only on Fridays. I’d give ’em their receipt & change minus my “fee”.

    Where I lived most kids just stole beer or liquor from their parents stocks so I usually only had 2 or maybe 3 a month.

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