January 2, 2004

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(Best of Bozo) Bozo criminal for today may not have actually committed a crime, but he’s a bozo nonetheless. From the Anti War Department in Olympia, Washington comes the story of bozo Jody Miller who wanted to protest U.S. involvement in the war in Iraq by chaining himself to a U.S. Department of Energy building. However, he was somewhat confused about just which building it was and mistakenly padlocked himself to a building housing an organization that helps farmers and people in rural areas. After he discovered his error, he also discovered that he didn’t have the key to his padlock. Police brought in heavy duty bolt cutters and sent him home.