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Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for October 02, 2012

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    BE THIS GUY  about 9 years ago

    What’s the point of having a philosophy if you don’t follow it?

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    The#1BoiseStateFan  about 9 years ago

    NEVER do

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    rentier  about 9 years ago

    Life is so unpleasant sometimes, so you can hardly bear it. Pulling it away is better to bear it!

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    pouncingtiger  about 9 years ago

    I feel your pain, Hobbes.

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    beyondnow777  about 9 years ago

    If more people thought about all of the unpleasant things, there might not be so many of those things.

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    RetroJenny  about 9 years ago

    Sometimes it’s good to live in denial. Reality can be ugly.

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    bluram  about 9 years ago

    Hobbes is rolling his eyes again. I wonder why.

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    einarbt7  about 9 years ago

    Go Calvin.

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    GROG Premium Member about 9 years ago

    Well those unpleasant things don’t go away by denying their existence.

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    battle of plattsburgh  about 9 years ago

    He’s just smelling the roses.

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    LingeeWhiz  about 9 years ago

    To answer your question Hobbes……Yes, why yes it is, actually.

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    dansavage  about 9 years ago

    Denial can lead you to the Nile. (up a river).

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    Number Three  about 9 years ago

    You dare not open your mouth. Hobbes, huh?

    LOL xxx

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    Karaboo2  about 9 years ago

    Think only of the Happy Place Calvin.

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    Vonne Anton  about 9 years ago

    You have to think about the things you can do something about – pleasant and unpleasant, but thinking about unpleasant things beyond your control is a quick path to depression. Of course, in Calvin’s case, not thinking about that green goop for dinner will not make it go away!

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    Rickapolis  about 9 years ago

    As Scarlett like to say, ‘Why, I’ll think about that tomorrow.’

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    Rickapolis  about 9 years ago

    My thought too.

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    Phapada  about 9 years ago

    Good Hobbes……

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    khpage  about 9 years ago

    If you think it ain’t it ain’t. Also, when you hot, you hot, and when you not, you not. Life can be so simple sometimes….

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    yangeldf  about 9 years ago

    people like that are the ones that die of cancer

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    ratlum  about 9 years ago

    Calvin hit a good home run there.Spend as much time on the good stuff as possible,like Space man Spiff.

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    starbase502  about 9 years ago

    Wow I guess Obama learned how to be president by reading C&H. Who knew? Someone must have put it up on a teleprompter for him.

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    bmonk  about 9 years ago

    Because we love Calvin, even if we don’t espouse his philosophy. And we like to share with one another.

    Besides, nobody is making anyone else read the comments.

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    iced tea  about 9 years ago

    How long will Calvin live up to his promise?

    :p

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    calvinsfriend110  about 9 years ago

    Well, he does have his gross out contests.

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    Puddleglum2  about 9 years ago

    “I’m not going to think about that.”Charlie Brown says, “I can’t stand it!”

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    Popeyesforearm  about 9 years ago

    Very good Grasshopper. Time for you to leave.

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    CrazyIrishOperaGirl  about 9 years ago

    Last year in my English class we read “The Giver” and followed up with what turned out to be a pretty intense class discussion of this exact subject. I don’t recall us ever coming to a complete agreement, but I think we really bonded through debating it. If you haven’t read this book yet, no matter what your age, it is amazing.

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    BE THIS GUY  about 9 years ago

    Again, I feel the need to remind fellow readers that C&H is a politics free zone. To all commentators that need to make political comments, I will meet you at Doonesbury.

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    Vonne Anton  about 9 years ago

    May I ask WHY C&H is a politics-free zone? I’m not political, and will agree politics in inappropriate if the strip has nothing to do with that. But some C&H is relevant to politics, and why would we continue to try and tell people what they can and can’t talk about? There is freedom of speech, isn’t there? If we don’t like it, we can simply not read it.

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    cookies333  about 9 years ago

    That doesn’t sound like such a great idea Calvin.

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    cookienut Premium Member about 9 years ago

    I don’t know if I’d call it denial so much as realizing you have no control over most things. I say it’s the healthiest way to live. No sense in getting all worked up about it!

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    khpage  about 9 years ago

    And he isn’t going to think about any of that other stuff, either…

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    Ddirdian  about 9 years ago

    As Calvin has said elsewhere: he is merely being selective about the reality he accepts, which is what most Americans do, especially our leaders.

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