Calvin and Hobbes
May 23, 1995 12:14 PM
by Eldon B. Tucker
There's a great strip of Calvin and Hobbes in today's newspaper.
It seems at home with our various discussions.
Calvin: "I'm a great believer in the value of novelty."
Calvin: "I say anything *new* is *good* by definition! It can
shock, insult, or offend me, so long as it doesn't bore me!"
Calvin: "If you can't give me something new, then repackage the
old so it *looks* new! Novelty is all that matters! I won't pay
attention if it's not fresh and different!"
Hobbes: "I see why timeless truth doesn't sell."
Calvin: "Give me a good flash in the pan any day."
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