The best we can say about today’s bozo was that he had good intentions. And you know where good intentions lead you…to jail. From Skowhegan, Maine, comes the story of bozo Joshua Lang who served jail time on bank robbery charges. After being released, his probation stated that he could not enter any of the branches of the credit union he had robbed. The probation also required that our bozo pay restitution to the bank. So, he did what any bozo would do. He went back to the bank he had robbed to ask for a loan to pay back the bank. Bad idea. One of the tellers recognized him and called the cops. He’s under arrest. Again.