you all remember Calvin and Hobbes?



Calvin: "there's never enough time to do all the nothing you want"



So true.

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  1. As you know I LOVE Calvin and Hobbes. And that is one of many truths contained in the series.

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    1. Elephant's Child; I'm seriously thinking of having that printed on a coffee mug.

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  2. Calvin and Hobbes were/are brilliant. They told life's lessons in such simple ways.

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  3. One of the best cartoons going.

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    1. joeh; I cut them from the papers and save them in a folder to read when I need cheering up.

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  4. No idea who they are or were, but I agree with the sentiment.

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    1. Andrew; you don't know of Calvin & Hobbes? How is this possible? Google Calvin & Hobbes cartoons immediately.

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  5. Calvin was wise beyond his years.

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    1. messymimi; I think he's a little genius with a fantastic imagination.

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  6. I read Calvin & Hobbs in the "Courier Mail" all the time. Lots of fun. :)

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    1. Lee; he's in The Advertiser here and I cut out the cartoon with each paper I get and save them in a folder.

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  7. Such great cartoons. Tim got me the entire collection one year for xmas. Just love those cartoons! And Tim. Win, win all the way around.

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    1. The Happy Whisk; that has to be the best Christmas gift ever!

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  8. I ♥ Calvin

    My wife bought all of the books

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    1. Author R. Mac Wheeler; I'd love to have all the books, but it's going to take quite a bit more saving before I think about ordering them. I'll have them eventually.

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  9. Such a magnificent series. Translated into every language.

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    1. Joanne; every language? That's impressive. And not at all surprising.

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  10. Calvin was one smart little boy. A little diabolical at times, maybe. :) Remember the armies of snowmen he made?

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    1. Susan; yes, diabolical, I loved his snowmen ideas. I wish I had half his imagination.

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  11. Not familiar with him but no one can argue the wisdom of that statement.

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    1. Arkansas Patti; I think you should google Calvin & Hobbes cartoons and get familiar with him.

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  12. Calvin & Hobbes: One of the best cartoons EVER!!

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  13. I still have a book of Calvin & Hobbes for reading when times are not the best so much wise advice and funny too.
    Merle...........

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    1. Merle; I don't have a book, but I do have a binder with Calvin & Hobbes cartoons that I've cut from the newspapers.

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