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  1. 7 minutes ago on Adam@Home

    OMG, Laura, why didn’t you print it out???

  2. 9 minutes ago on Calvin and Hobbes

    No wonder Calvin is turning out the way he is. His parents are monsters. See the nice look on mother’s and father’s face in the first two panels, and how they turned into vicious ogres in the last one….Poor Calvin…

  3. 13 minutes ago on Big Nate

    Another detention coming, and test writing averted. Good job, Natey boy!

  4. 15 minutes ago on Crabgrass

    This is getting good. I really like the turn of events.

  5. 1 day ago on Heart of the City


  6. 1 day ago on PreTeena

    I’m surprised that they didn’t cotton onto using their barbecue to boil water and to make coffee, or make toast on the grill, or even grilled cheese sandwiches, or cook plain rice, or make oatmeal, etc.

    Plus what happened to all those leftovers from that Thanksgiving dinner? Allison in the past has shown Dad as being a good cook, so why isn’t he out there cooking on that grill.

    In real life: none of that leftover food is spoiled since it is so cold outside. In our house, a family of five, we would be eating those leftovers in different dishes for about a week or so: turkey sandwiches, turkey à la king made on the grill, soup cooked on grill, sliced turkey au juice, baked potatoes, baked carrots, parnips or turnips, turkey shish kabobs. So many combinations so little leftovers.

    In the past, over the years, we had two long power outages—about a week to ten days— and we were doing our part in teaching our neighobors how to use up what they had in their fridge or freezer, but that comes from having parents who grew up on a farm and who taught us not to throw out good food. I was so suprised that people had freezers full of food and they didn’t know the first thing about using up or sharing it as it was going to spoil in about two weeks anyway. They’d rather it went to garbage because they were scared that it was already spoiled even if it was still solid cold.

  7. 1 day ago on PreTeena

    In comis strip time, it’s only two days after that big feast they had with their neighbors when everyone shared their Thankgiving dinners…

  8. 1 day ago on Crabgrass

    Hey, Krystal…here’s your chance to use your spidey sense that twins have…and you “remind” Kevin, and don’t knock him???

  9. 2 days ago on Calvin and Hobbes

    … as I said before, when I was reading this strip in younger days, I thought it was funny, but now I see it as a very dark commentary about an only and lonely child: his parents are never shown giving him hugs or being playful with him.

    Today’s strip, is especially alarming, when to the parents going out is more important than finding out from Cal why he hates that baby sitter so much…

    The other thing I noticed, as I’m reading it nowadays, is that the parents are assuming that Cal is always lying and want him to stop his nonsense, and they never just go along with his stories just for fun.

  10. 2 days ago on Calvin and Hobbes

    …and Mr. Bill Watterson said: “I get that a lot!”

    Yes, really.