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Friday, October 26, 2007
A bunch of comics....

Once in a while, you'll get reminded of how great the Calvin & Hobbes comic series is. Every single comic is sublime when after repeated viewings. No other strips even remotely come close to this.

I think i like it so much because there's so much of me in Calvin. For example, in one of the strip:

"Susie: When life gives you a lemon, make lemonade.
Calvin: I say, when life gives you a lemon, wing it right back and add some lemons of your own!

Haha... that's just so me... i won't make do with it.

Do you still remember the last strip?

"It's a magical world, Hobbes ol' buddy.... Let's go exploring!"

Dilbert, on the other hand, is too accurate to be funny. Kim said that she doesn't like Dilbert because it's true. Sometimes, you might actually turn around and ask the fellow that's behind you whether he's Scott Adams or not!

I recently found a comic blog that is based on the Office family of products. If they have started the marketing campaign with these comics, it might have been more endearing to the online community than the dinosaur ads.

Chances are, some folks currently might take that as an indication that i'm still doing it these days!

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