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Bozo by Foxo Reardon for May 07, 2021

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    Magic Brain  3 months ago

    3rd one is a real gem! I did not expect that att he end.

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    danketaz Premium Member 3 months ago

    1 Bozo on another high-flying adventure.

    2 All that tweeting was throwing off his rhythm.

    3 Bozo may not be on the level, but he does get a round tuit.

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    Gent  3 months ago

    1. This is why you should never forget to lock your bird cage.

    2. Them silly birds. They always distract you from your work!

    3. Art, reflecting the circle of life.

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    Mark Thomas  3 months ago

    1. Bozo’s bird flew away, so he flying to look for it.

    2. Bozo is still upset about his lost bird, so he is taking it out on the bird in the tree.

    3. The first picture wasn’t balanced art like the picture of his good friend, the umbrella guy!

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    Pipe Tobacco Premium Member 3 months ago

    To me, the cohesive element today is in regards to allegories surrounding the concept of freedom.

    1. The bird felt “caged in” by his humdrum existence like many of us feel each day and wanted a taste of freedom. He took a risk and was able to seek new horizons. Bozo, was not sure why his friend “flew the coop”…. but, in searching for his friend, he also stepped out of his normal routine and took his own “flight of fancy”…. leading to his own sense of new found freedom. :)

    2. These panels reflect the concepts of freedom from noise pollution. Yet, the definition of such pollution is up to the beholder. Bozo grows annoyed at the song swelling forth from the bird because it distracts him from his work (and perhaps because he did not locate his friend from the previous day)… and yet the bird too was a victim of unwanted noise from Bozo’s jackhammer. The bird sings with more gusto to try to have his music be heard above the din of the machinery. Yet, in the end, the bird leaves because of the perceived risk to his freedom (the brick) and Bozo gets to once again peacefully focus on the clatter of his jackhammer.

    3. The third set of panels reflects the inherent freedom one feels with symmetry. Scientists have shown that clutter, disorder, and having things be askew will elevate stress hormones in the body. Yet, art can and does encourage tranquility. Yet, if art is packaged and presented in such a venue that it addes to clutter, disorder, and a loss of symmetry…. the net result is a zero sum game. Bozo takes this conundrum into his own hands today, and assures that the art and decor of his room no longer runs the risk of inducing stress through asymmetry.

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    EdMeiller Premium Member 3 months ago

    3/The easy way out.

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    mreardon53 Premium Member 3 months ago

    To all “Bozo” followers: Please have a SAFE and enjoyable weekend. The same to those those who view this strip regularly but have yet to click the “follow” on the upper left of this page. No doubt that if all who view regularly would do that, the official number of followers would double or triple, if not more, overnight. Thanks!

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    CougarAllen  3 months ago

    Been ballin’ a shiny black steel jackhammer, been chippin’ up rocks for the great highway …

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=nivOqZI5vXo

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