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beammeup1701 (Bozo by Foxo makes everyone happy!) Free

Devoted subscriber and follower of Bozo, the world's first pantomime daily comic. Bozo's wordless antics will bring a smile to everyone's face! His creator, Francis Xavier "Foxo" Reardon, was a true artist with the pen, drawing precise lines and details that capture every moment and movement. There have been none like him since. His life story can be read in detail under the "About" section of Bozo's page. And that's not all! Every day is a challenge to find Bozo's friend "Fuzzy", the umbrella carrying wonder. He turns up in some of the craziest places sometimes. I always enjoy looking for Fuzzy in each cartoon strip, along with the wonderful humor and artwork of Foxo Reardon. Can YOU find Fuzzy? Can your friends find Fuzzy? Become a "Bozo" subscriber and join all of us in our daily dose of humor from Bozo, the wordless wonder!

Recent Comments

  1. 1 day ago on Bozo

    As a former “country boy” myself and still one at heart and in mind, I often find myself shaking my head a lot at those “city feller” antics. They think trying to do certain things makes them look like they know far more about life outside the city than they actually do. It’s nothing but a pose and they should be embarrassed by it. Whenever I hear or read about some stupid trick they’ve tried to pull off I like to use the line that Jack Palance as Curly muttered in the original “City Slickers” movie: sigh… “City folk!” Some people are just educated beyond their intelligence. :^)

  2. 25 days ago on Bozo

    Fuzzy (the umbrella man) is not always included in every Bozo strip (and I looked very closely for him in the first two strips today myself!). However, there have been a few times that he is in the same strip twice. In some of the Bozo strips you really must look closely to find him when he is included, as Foxo does some very clever setups and arrangements in his drawings. Foxo enjoyed making a game out of placing Fuzzy in his Bozo comics and it is a lot of fun to see where he is. You will learn tricks and placements as you read more of these wonderful artistic comics. Welcome to this fanatical Bozo group, and enjoy! :^)

  3. 27 days ago on Bozo

    Here comes one of my “soapbox” moments… I’ve always been baffled as to why the number of followers for Bozo tends to go up and down instead of remaining a constant number and growing from there. Perhaps some people don’t like that the strips don’t always update every day (for whatever reason that may be). As mentioned earlier, perhaps some folks are thin-skinned and are too readily offended by something they see in a Bozo cartoon. I believe I have mentioned this before but it bears repeating once again: I really do wish that more people in this world would become interested in their genealogy and family history. It is truly amazing what you can learn about your family (and about yourself) by doing just that. Some of my family members I am very proud of. On the other hand, some of my family members did despicable things. I can’t change what they did nor agree with things that happened at the time, but I can live my own life to be a much better person in this current time than they were. None of us can change our history or our DNA but we can strive to be the best human beings that we can be. While it is very true that the winners tend to write the history books, both the winners AND the losers have their own low points to contend with. It’s rare to see that get pointed out. History is a product of its time. Views tend to change over decades and centuries. The ideals that we strive for as “perfect” in this day and age will very likely be looked upon as totally abhorrent to future generations. I shake my head at how much humanity is dooming itself over completely unimportant things. Being constantly offended by every little thing that you see and hear and have happen to you is NO way to live your life!

    In short, enjoy the little treasures in your life (like Bozo cartoons!) and respect your fellow humans. If you dig back far enough into your genealogy to see who married who, you’ll discover that we are ALL “cousins”! :^)
  4. about 1 month ago on Bozo

    And a solid hardbound full-sized Webster’s Dictionary is the perfect weapon to use upside someone’s head in reply to an “over-educated” insult. :^)

  5. about 2 months ago on Bozo

    2) I don’t think Bozo is standing there just watchin’ the dandelions grow! Great song choice, by the way. :^)

  6. about 2 months ago on Bozo

    Regarding #3, it sounds like your friend was having a bang-up time on his boat but then had a sinking feeling about it afterward.

    Thank you very much, ladies and gentlemen, I’ll show myself out now. :^)

  7. about 2 months ago on Bozo

    Well, unhappy Woenesday everyone! No Bozo fix today…

  8. about 2 months ago on Bozo

    And my sympathies go out to you as well. As you referenced in your comment, this band of Bozo nutsoes sticks together. I for one am always here to help even if I can’t completely understand what someone else is dealing with in their life. I’m sure I’m not the only one either. :^)

  9. about 2 months ago on Bozo

    3. “That’s no ordinary rabbit. That’s the most foul, cruel and bad-tempered rodent ye ever laid eyes on!”

    SOMEBODY had to make the comment, after all… :^)

  10. about 2 months ago on Bozo

    My heart goes out to you in sincere sympathy. It is always difficult to keep on going when you know that your life will never be the same. As Zebrastripes said above, cherish those memories and the love you shared with your wife. In doing so, she will still always be with you in your mind and in your heart. Know that all of us in this world-wide Bozo family are all here for you to offer our sympathy and support as well. Wishing you peace and comfort in these days. Reach out to us anytime you need to. No problem is too small or insignificant. We humans all need to take care of each other.