February 07, 2019
January 17, 2018
The benefits of staying illiterate.
It’s called “a good imagination.”
So, in the event of an alien attack (Saturnians to specific) we need to find Calvin, and he’ll protect us!
Well, on the plus side, I think we can conclude that Calvin was deeply committed to NOT turning in his parents.
And when he grows up he’ll be singing Working At the Car Wash Blues.
Funny. Definitely eating too much of something.
The tortellini got to him.
What would really be hilarious is if Calvin aced all his exams and his schoolwork without cracking a book. All due to his imagination.
Oy! Calvin doesn’t need to read no stinkin’ assignment. HE comes from where astounding creative genius meets hallucinating insanity.
This reminds me of the Ray Bradbury story “Zero Hour” . . .
Only it wasn’t the Saturnians, but the Government.
Calvin you work hard on thoughts just think of homework.
In a sci-fi short, a hostile government marketed a board game where the object was to lose, in order to indoctrinate Terran children to the idea that losing was good…
Do little kids still eat art paste today? Is that part of the lunch program?
Calvin you’ve been listening to Buffalo Springfield too much: “Paranoia strikes deep/ into your life it will creep,/ it starts when you’re always afraid,/ you step out of line, the man come and take you away.”
An over exaggeration, but just wait until it’s time for recess..