Wednesday, 20 February 2008

Calvin and Hobbes.....

Calvin: "I'm not going to do my maths homework. Look at these unsolved problems. Here's a number in mortal combat with another. One of them is going to get subtracted. But why? What will be left of him? If I answered these, it would kill the suspense. It would resolve the conflict and turn intriguing possibilities into boring old facts."
Hobbes: "I never really thought about the literary possibilities of maths."
Calvin: "I prefer to savour the mystery."


Mark J said...

It's so weird - I was reading an old Calvin and Hobbes book today.

You blog is so interesting - you're a natural :)

Jacie said...

oh bless you Mark - that made my day!