Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for November 16, 2014
Calvin: "I've been thinking, Hobbes" Hobbes: "On a weekend?" Calvin: "Well, it wasn't on purpose..." Calvin: "I believe history is a force" Calvin: "Its unalterable tide sweeps all people and institutions along it's unrelenting path. Everything and everyone serves history's single purpose" Hobbes: "And what is that purpose?" Calvin: "Why, to produce ME, of course! I'm the end result of history" Hobbes: "You?" Calvin: "Think of it! Thousands of generations lived and died to produce my exact, specific parents, whose reason for being, obviously, was to produce ME" Calvin: "All history up to this point has been spent preparing the world for my presence" Hobbes: "Hmm, 41/2 billion years probably wasn't long enough" Calvin: "No I'm here, and history is vindicated" Hobbes: "So now that history's brought you, what are you going to do?" TV: "Ooh, you wascawwy wabbit!