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Cartoonist Jenny Russell shares a clever perspective on the current Middle East crisis, using as inspiration the main characters from "Calvin and Hobbes" (by Bill Watterson) and that comic strip's elaborate game of "Calvinball."

"The only permanent rule in Calvinball is that you can't play it the same way twice."

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    The By Jenny Russell Published on September 29, 2014

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current06:29, September 29, 2014Thumbnail for version as of 06:29, September 29, 20142,649 × 1,589 (765 KB)Miguel Alberto Novoa (wall | contribs)Cartoonist Jenny Russell shares a clever perspective on the current Middle East crisis, using as inspiration the main characters from "Calvin and Hobbes" (by Bill Watterson) and that comic strip's elaborate game of "Calvinball."

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