8 thoughts on “asa debate: is this the happiest or saddest calvin and hobbes strip ever?”

  1. Saddest, ever. Watterson’s insightful cultural commentary would be put to such great use in these bizarre times. Whenever I reread the strips (which is often), I remark on how prescient they were.

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  2. Sure, people say it’s sad, but then later they say, “You know, I’ve been so [Calvin-like] lately. I need to get my act together and be [Calvin-as-he-ended-up-in-the-saddest-strip-ever-like].”

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