Thanks to Bozo News Hawk Fred McKinney for sending in today’s report. The Bozo Report has been aware of a bit of a controversy in public schools recently over whether it is still necessary to teach kids cursive handwriting. This might not be the strongest argument in favor, but let us present it nevertheless. From Antioch, California, comes the story of bozo Jamal Green who walked into a bank and, without saying a word, handed the teller a holdup note. The teller looked at the note and couldn’t make heads nor tails of it. So, she called over her manager and he was stumped as to what the note said as well. Seeing that things weren’t going according to plan, our bozo made a hasty exit through the back door. The speed of his exit made his intentions clear and the cops were called. He was found hiding nearby and was placed under arrest. Maybe he can take a penmanship class in prison.