Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for July 11, 2019


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    BE THIS GUY Premium Member 5 days ago

    I don’t believe “Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood” had any advertisers.

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    Sugar Bombs 95  5 days ago

    Watterson’s satire gets funnier as time goes on.

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    Watcher  5 days ago

    Maybe they will send you a free ticket to watch their show if you bitch loud enough.

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    assrdood  5 days ago

    Hobbs is too logical for today’s political situation.

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    codycab  5 days ago

    I don’t think you’ll be able to eat again, Calvin.

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    enigmamz  5 days ago

    Go ahead and see just how much they care.

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    Johnny Q Premium Member 5 days ago

    The right word is “objectionable.” (But it’s a big word for Calvin, of course…)

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    whahoppened  5 days ago

    It doesn’t do any good if they don’t know you’re not watching.

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    jpayne4040  5 days ago

    So is this where everybody got the whole “boycott companies” idea?

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    0a1s2d3f4g5h  5 days ago

    He’s the first SJW

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    DanFlak  5 days ago

    If more people did this, we might actually have decent TV.

    Of course out of the 299 channels I get, over 200 of them are infomercials anyway (mostly for the Shark vacuum) – and I get to pay for the privilege.

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    CallMeRita Premium Member 5 days ago

    TV commercials take up too much program time.

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    YippiKiAyMofo  5 days ago

    The more things change….

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    Purple People Eater  5 days ago

    It’s interesting how many people, who answer similarly to Hobbes, don’t seem to be able to do that themselves when it’s something they don’t like.

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    vaughnrl2003 Premium Member 4 days ago

    There you go. Make your voice heard, or at least your words read. If the powers that be don’t know you are unhappy they will just keep doing what they are doing. If that doesn’t work, simply turn the channel.

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    Troglodyte  4 days ago

    Have to agree with Cal on this one. Who wants the clean stuff? Just tell me where I should sign… :D

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    JudyHendrickson  4 days ago

    ifIhad akid like YOUId be theone sick!!!

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    jrankin1959  4 days ago

    Hold on there, Calvin – Mom and Dad might like “The Waltons”…

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    Bookworm  4 days ago

    Since this strip is copyrighted 1989, if he’s survived into adulthood, Calvin must be overjoyed with current TV offerings.

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    yangeldf  4 days ago

    I feel like this situation is totally reversed in the youtube age, with advertisers pulling their support away from the company because they object to the stuff the users make.

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    SweetSinger  4 days ago

    Calvin and Watterson, usually so articulate. I believe the conventional usage is “objectionable,” not “objectional.” Still, funny as ever.

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    hariseldon59  4 days ago

    “Boycott”? Sounds sexist. Why no “girlcott”?

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    Ka`ōnōhi`ula`okahōkūmiomio`ehiku Premium Member 4 days ago

    Clean, wholesome television? Not since cable.

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    banjinshiju  4 days ago

    It is one thing to quit watching a program that one finds objectionable. If enough people quit watching a program they might just cancel the program. However, by writing the sponsors, one’s views can be presented in a way that future programs will not have the objectionable portions. However, this does not work when the producers of the program don’t care about viewer input as much as their wanting to reshape society by using the media to desensitise us to things that we consider morally wrong.

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    diegot  4 days ago

    Hmm… I don’t recall ever seeing Hobbes’ head from the back before.

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    twerply  4 days ago

    We fixed the clean, wholesome thing.

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    jmworacle  4 days ago

    Hobbs, quit making sense!

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    tad1  4 days ago

    Hobbes makes a very good point.

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