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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. about 20 hours ago on Bozo

    Your father was a very clever and industrious fellow. His talent for creativity goes even farther than what we see in the daily Bozo comic strips. He knew how to get laughs from the most mundane of materials. He also knew how to work the system such that the “good guy” always came out on top and things that needed to be said and done WERE said and done. That is a characteristic that is sorely lacking in this day and age. Foxo also seems to be the type of person who can laugh along with others but also laugh AT himself and make fun of himself. Far too many people these days take themselves much too seriously and believe that THEY are what matters. Life has a method and a way to set those kinds of people straight. The best thing that we all can do is be humble, keep our mouths shut and take care of our fellow humans as best we can. I firmly believe that this was the way your dad lived his life, and we can all learn something good from that.

    As GovernorOfCalisota said, I also thoroughly enjoyed the stories you wrote in your book. Have you ever considered writing a full biography of your father? I’m sure that there are even more stories you could tell us about Foxo’s life and shenanigans, and I would most definitely order such a book myself. :^)

  2. about 21 hours ago on Bozo

    Regarding #3… if Bozo had only removed his jacket and sat down on the freshly painted bench seat his pants could have then matched with his shirt and belt. Missed opportunity for color coordination! :^)

  3. 6 days ago on Bozo

    Thank you for letting me know that. When I read your book I was struck by just how fitting that last comic shown, dated 10/17/55, truly was (and still is). I won’t say anything to spoil it for those followers that have not read the book and will save my original thoughts on it for the day it is (HOPEFULLY) shown on GoComics. Considering the current batting average with GoComics posting the daily Bozo strips, it is my sincerest hope that Foxo’s final Bozo strip (as well as that 10/17/55 strip) will make it onto these pages. I am now curious to see that final Bozo comic and I am sure I’m not alone in that thought. And, as you have mentioned a few other times, I’m also hoping that you can arrange to have the entire set of Foxo’s Bozo strips published for everyone to enjoy again after so many years. There will never be another Bozo or another Foxo Reardon… both of them are absolute classics. Thanks again for the information, and have a great day today!

  4. 6 days ago on Bozo

    In your book “Whistling Down The Halls” the last Bozo strip that is shown is dated October 17th, 1955. Is that the “official” final strip that was actually done by your dad or are there a few more that did not make it into the book? I will follow up my thoughts after you reply to this…

  5. 6 days ago on Bozo

    Gloom, despair and agony on you? :^)

  6. 16 days ago on Working Daze

    Um, Scott, shouldn’t that be fourteen years ago instead of thirteen (2009 to 2023)? Perhaps too much texting is also bad for your maths skills…

  7. about 1 month ago on Bozo

    With taking care of things during this extremely frigid weather season and with taking care of family during this holiday time I haven’t had much of an opportunity to post on here. I’m also not sure of how much of an opportunity I’ll have to write anything tomorrow on Christmas Day so, while I have a moment, I want to wish all of my fellow Bozoian friends a merry and wonderful Christmas. Whether you are celebrating Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, or perhaps even nothing at all, may your day be memorable and special. To Michael Reardon, thank you for giving us the gift of Bozo. Wishing everyone the joys and heartfelt appreciation of this season. Let’s all do our very best to make every day just as special as these upcoming days and be the absolute best human beings that we can be. Merry Christmas to all, stay safe and warm and have a fantastic day! :^)

  8. about 1 month ago on Bozo

    That sounds like a wonderful tradition to have. There are always at least a few “bad apples” in the world, but when it all is said and done, I find that most human beings really ARE good people who care and want to make a difference.

  9. about 1 month ago on Bozo

    #3: That is the best! I actually did that one to the tune and it works perfectly. You win the Internet today, and thank you for the earworm. :^)

  10. about 1 month ago on Bozo

    Welcome back my friend, and I am very happy to read that you are feeling better. We certainly did miss you during the two days you were hi-bear-nating! This comment section is never quite the same without our daily dose of Gent wonder and creativity. Stay well, and wishing you good Karma as you continue your healing. :^)