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  1. 10 days ago on Calvin and Hobbes

    I know a family of “Golden Spoon” recipients. They’re not a pretty sight. Greed, superiority complex and the need to separate themselves from the normal riff-raff, was a recipe for disaster. Every aspect of their lives was based on wealth. Karma did one hell of a job on them. Money don’t do much for you when you’re not around to enjoy it. The survivors have to live with the habits they acquired in youth. My parents were not in a position to leave me with anything worth a damn. I worked for every penny I have. I’m proud of it; and, Integrity comes at a high price.

  2. about 2 months ago on B.C.

    Motorcyclists call it “the fifty pound grasshopper”.

  3. 2 months ago on Calvin and Hobbes

    How ironic! They just showed the reason for run-a-way ramps on Quora. Nice going Calvin. You were lucky an 18 wheeler was already in the one you used.

  4. 8 months ago on Calvin and Hobbes

    Calvin would notice a great improvement if he opened his eyes when swinging.

  5. 8 months ago on Calvin and Hobbes

    Born and raised in inner-city Chicago, I’d trade places with Calvin in a heartbeat.

  6. 11 months ago on Non Sequitur

    The Jan 5th, 1997 strip by Wiley used the same premise, with the last panel reading "He says, Yes, you have to obey ALL of them ALL of the time. And this concludes the *@?^!! question and answer period…

  7. about 1 year ago on B.C.


  8. about 1 year ago on B.C.

    In the years of “BC”, how did they know what year it was? They didn’t know when the year “Zero” would occur.

  9. about 1 year ago on B.C.

    It just seems appropriate to include the fact that there’s no threshold at the doorway. Which leads me to: Threshold (noun), The barrier, across the opening of an entrance, originally intended to hold the thresh material from being pushed out of the dirt-floor living area. In the Pioneer days, the early settlers would scatter the remains of the grain shucks, commonly called “thresh”, over the dirt floors within their cabin. To prevent the thresh from being kicked or blown out, a barrier was installed across the entrance. This also helped to keep out unwanted dirt from entering. Hence, the threshold was invented. Which reinforces the adage, “Necessity is the mother of invention”. Another dewdrop in your fountain of knowledge.

  10. about 1 year ago on Calvin and Hobbes

    And so begins the culture of child morbid obesity.