Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for September 16, 2020


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    BE THIS GUY Premium Member 10 days ago

    The making of a grifter.

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    Space_Owl on GoComics  10 days ago

    And so begins Calvin’s new career as a con man.

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    TEMPLO S.U.D.  10 days ago

    not exactly

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    dave1960  10 days ago

    Hobbes catches on fast…

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    codycab  10 days ago

    You’re going to be disappointed, Dad… Again!

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    Prescott_Philosopher   10 days ago

    Calvin, always the practical lad.

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    Auntie Socialist  10 days ago

    Where does Hobbes get all that money? Has he got something going on the side?

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    Liverlips McCracken Premium Member 10 days ago

    The flim-flam man.

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    Cpeckbourlioux  10 days ago

    Pennies from heaven.

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    jpayne4040  10 days ago

    Getting more money is always fun!

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    High School Harry  10 days ago

    All on his own, Calvin has learned how to give a $20 bill to a dim convenient store worker, ask for change and when he is finished with multiple exchanges leave with $30.

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    MD Bear Premium Member 10 days ago

    When I was young, I knew a kid who convinced his younger sister to give him a quarter in exchange for five pennies, on the grounds that “you’re have FIVE moneys and I’ll only have ONE money!” I wonder if he ended up selling used cars, or in politics.

    Just to be clear, I am not so old that a twenty five cents was much money back then. It wasn’t enough for a single copy of Spider-Man from the “Hey Kids! Comics!” spinner rack down at the convenience store — that was would have been somewhere between a quarter and a dime and two quarters. It might have been enough for a roll of LifeSavers.

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    nsr60  10 days ago

    Miss Wormwood: If you had eight pennies and I asked you for five, how many would you have left?

    Calvin: Eight.

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    VegaAlopex  10 days ago

    Calvin reminds me of an exchange I had in childhood of a half dollar and a dime for three nickles “for more money”. I made the same mistake trusting my sister decades later.

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    gantech  10 days ago

    Like I said yesterday…Calvin may still need help with math, but he’s getting finance down just fine.

    ♫ Give ‘em the ol’ razzle-dazzle, razzle-dazzle ’em…♫

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    Smokie  10 days ago

    I got called to school when my son was 8. Seems he was studying percentages and thought it was a good idea to loan out his lunch money and charge interest.

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    rshive  10 days ago

    Practicality usually works better. But in this case …

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    vaughnrl2003 Premium Member 10 days ago

    Give a man a dollar and he will have a dollar. Teach him how to “add” dollars and he will get other peoples dollars until he is caught.

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    c4racecar  10 days ago

    Learned larceny.

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    kathleenhicks62  10 days ago

    I guess he did learn something.

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    SunflowerGirl100  10 days ago

    There will soon be another parent/teacher conference to discuss Calvin taking the other kids’ lunch money.

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    DanWolfie  10 days ago

    How do we know if Calvin really does understand adding and subtracting now, or if he’s just faking it to con Hobbes out of his money?

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    Lola85 Premium Member 10 days ago

    Calvin’s father was trying to do what I wish my math teachers had done. If they had connected math with how we would be using it in real life, I might not have hated it so much. Of course my number dyslexia didn’t help matters either, but at least I would have connected it to the real world instead of just seeing a bunch of math problems. If someone had told me that, later in life, I’d need to measure so much stuff in my home for projects, it would have meant something.

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    Mediatech  9 days ago

    Can you change two tens for a five? (Abbott and Costello)

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    Thinkingblade  9 days ago

    So what’s Calvin’s is his and what’s Hobbes’ is his …

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    WCraft Premium Member 9 days ago

    Do NOT show that trick to Moe – he won’t like it!

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    sobrown51  9 days ago

    Perhaps Hobbes could teach him subtraction.

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    ArhaanPatel  9 days ago

    The only way to get him doing his homework.

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    yangeldf  9 days ago

    that usually is the best way to teach a kid math, there ARE other practical applications of math in life but money is a good motivator.

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    Troglodyte  9 days ago

    Somebody needs to knock some cents into Clavin!

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    Red33410  9 days ago

    Maybe he now in class will do better.

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    Rasslebear  9 days ago

    I sure miss Calvin and Hobbes. My collection of books was lost in Katrina. But at least I can enjoy it here.

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    Otis Rufus Driftwood  9 days ago

    Or you may have created a con artist.

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    hagarthehorrible  9 days ago

    A penny for what Hobbes is thinking.

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    calvinandhobbesisgenius  7 days ago

    The real question is, how did Hobbes get the money?

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