Today’s classic Calvin and Hobbes is a rare example of the strip without either of the two title characters. This one is all about Calvin’s dad and his joy in bike-riding. It’s broadly symmetrical like last Sunday’s strip (with some variation on the bottom row) and mostly monologue pointing out contradictions. But those contradictions don’t hamper the love of bike-riding, anymore than the one line Calvin’s mom gets in at the end. Makes you wonder what is being said about work.
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