Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for November 30, 2023

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    BE THIS GUY  5 months ago

    …and cue eye roll.

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    codycab  5 months ago

    You’d have to earn someone’s consideration first, Calvin.

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    Baarorso  5 months ago

    If you’d started it earlier Calvin, you’d have had enough time to think things through and produce a better quality report (but of course starting early and thinking things through were never your forte. ;D).

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    STEPUP  5 months ago

    He’s a good example of the Dunning-Kruger Effect, but too stupid to realize it!!!

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    snsurone76  5 months ago

    Geniuses win Nobel Prizes, Calvin. Where’s yours??

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    DaveG1960  5 months ago

    Hobbes “cough”…….

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    win.45mag  5 months ago

    If he knows the subject so well, he should have been able to to turn out a masterpiece in no time at all. I’m thinking spaceman Spiff went to planet Zircon for a while.

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    Liam G.P  5 months ago

    I think this essay problem has been going on for weeks now. I mean at least it is over.

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    PlatudimusAtom Premium Member 5 months ago

    A stable genius thought if I ever heard one.

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    ccfharvard4  5 months ago

    The problem is, Hobbes – a lot of fools with big money think that same way: ‘I have big money, therefore I am a genius and require special consideration.’

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    drivingfuriously Premium Member 5 months ago

    A six year old, writing a paper, and discussing the contents with the philosopher.

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    Hydrohead  5 months ago

    True geniuses either don’t need special consideration, or they do get special consideration. Which should tell Calvin something.

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    sandpiper  5 months ago

    When Cal goes through one of these wind-ups, he almost never comes out of it with the obvious lesson. ‘Be prepared’ is not one of the arrows in his quiver.

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    Robert4170  5 months ago

    You’re a genius at avoiding responsibility, Calvin.

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    flagmichael  5 months ago

    The devil of writing any factual paper is that you can only use what you know to find the official versions. It takes accolades to become a source authority on almost anything.

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    Jimmyk939  5 months ago

    His theme song will probably be “Workin’ At The Carwash Blues” by Jim Croce. Listen to the song and you’ll get my drift

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    rshive  5 months ago

    Every genius but you, Calvin. Everyone.

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    aerotica69  5 months ago

    I think that one comment might have been the total inspiration for Sheldon Cooper.

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    brick10  5 months ago

    See James Whitcomb Riley’s poem “The Hired Man’s Faith in Children.” “…Even bad ones, seems to me, is j’es as good as they can be.”

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    jagedlo  5 months ago

    And if you were one, Calvin; maybe you would…

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    fritzoid Premium Member 5 months ago

    “I think geniuses should be given special considerations.”

    You, and Ayn Rand. The problem is that too many people who are simply ambitious THINK they’re geniuses, and true geniuses can figure out how to work around obstacles.

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    Calvins Brother  5 months ago

    “But I have drawings!”

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    Paul D Premium Member 5 months ago

    “I think geniuses should be given special considerations.” Yes, Calvin, we should :-)

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    hagarthehorrible  5 months ago

    You are genius, fella. We all can vouch!

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    christelisbetty  5 months ago

    Calvin, a true genius would have started with inventing a time machine. You’d be able to back up and get ’er done right.

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    anomaly  5 months ago

    Geniuses should be graded on a steeper curve?

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    mindjob  5 months ago

    Extra points for not having to look up information in the encyclopedia

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    Drbarb71 Premium Member 5 months ago

    He grows up to invent Twitter.

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    KEA  5 months ago

    “Everyone dies, Frank.” “You’d think officers would get a break.” (M*A*S*H from memory)

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    liberalnlovinit  5 months ago

    I’m certain that Robert Oppenheimer would agree with that…

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    braindead Premium Member 5 months ago

    Only if the genius is stable. Very, very stable.

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    Karptaz  5 months ago

    OK Sheldon

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    g04922  5 months ago

    Love the eye roll oh Hobbes at the end of the strip today… too funny.

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    wiley207  5 months ago

    But Calvin’s not a genius anymore…

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    Arghhgarrr Premium Member 5 months ago

    Genius always takes a backseat to conformity when it comes to being recognized.

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    bwest.devore37  5 months ago

    Hobbs expression say’s it all.

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    Otis Rufus Driftwood  5 months ago

    When I meet a genius, I’ll ask if he agrees to that.

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    dogday Premium Member 5 months ago

    “Geniuses deserve special consideration…” Yep. And that special consideration is, You should know better!

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