It’s Forget-A-Bull

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Aside from losing someone’s pizza or misplacing their comic books, losing a Westviewian’s old videotaped memories is about the worst thing that can happen, so I can’t really fault Bull for his obscenity-laden tantrum. “Brownie Point”…that’s a good one.

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10 responses to “It’s Forget-A-Bull

  1. Usually, a murder/suicide is a very bad thing but in this case I would make an exception.

  2. billytheskink

    Treating Bull like one your students, Linda? That’s cold…

  3. erdmann

    “Relax, Bull. I uploaded all your stuff to your Myspace account. It will be safe forever there.”

  4. Paul Jones

    And here we are, watching Batiuk almost get Sundowner syndrome right. Given what his life is like right now, it’s come as close as your limited abilities will allow you to write what you know.

  5. Rusty

    Didn’t Crazy Harry convert the game tapes to digital files? Or were those Lisa taped? Or Dinkle’s band tapes?

    • bobanero

      Yeah, you’d think there would be a youtube channel for old Westview High School games. I guess this is just an excuse to expose Bull’s forgetfulness and volatility, both of which have already been exposed multiple times. Is anything new going to actually happen this week? What’s the chances of Buck making an appearance? Are we going to find out that Buck has been a figment of Bull’s imagination all along, and all of the Buck story arcs have taken place in his head?

      • You’re asking if an upcoming story is going to be creative and have unexpected elements that will make it interesting? To ask the question is to answer it.

      • Rusty Shackleford

        That would be a creative twist….so no, I don’t expect that. Rather, I expect lots of word balloons packed with big words and little meaning.

  6. At his blog, Batiuk is teasing out a Cindy-made documentary about “old Hollywood.” Hope you like Cliff and Vera, I’m sure you’re about to see a lot of them.

    • Rusty Shackleford

      Interesting John Darling cartoon on his blog about TVs not being responsible for making people stupid. But when it comes to guns, it’s not people, it’s guns causing all the problems.