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Saturday, July 13

Calvin & Hobbes

It’s a really slow news day, at least for me. I just can’t seem to get too worked up with what’s going on in the nation or the world, so instead of commenting on the Zimmerman trial or what’s going wrong or right in Egypt, I’ll keep it light with some Calvin & Hobbes. I love peanut butter and I love Calvin, so Bill Watterson naturally had to give me both in one strip. I love what Watterson had to say at the bottom of this one: "Calvin will probably have trouble getting dates when he'd older." But then, Calvin will never get older, because time can pass ever so slowly for him.
And this one about the impatience of youth, especailly that of Calvin.
And one about political apathy.
And, finally, here’s one about modern art, especially the kind about which no one seems to know what to say.
There, hasn't Calvin made your day a little brighter?
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