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What's going on with all the past tenses? Is the man deceased? It appears as if he is, from this article. And yet no date of death is available. A lot of these MAD contributor pages are vague. There are one-off The Simpson's characters with more functional fictional biographies than most of them. What am I supposed to do, read a book or something?! -Volcabbage 01:11, 23 April 2007 (UTC)
Bob is 80 but still alive as far as I know.Peter Clarke 10:49, 23 April 2007 (UTC)
The past tenses are about the past, when he was working at MAD. He is still alive and drawing in Delaware...But you might want to read the book.....reading the book or the MAD magazines would be a good thing and you might enjoy & understand the MAD experience ...
The bit about him having designed the “Cutty Sark” label seems odd, when according to the brand’s own web-site they have been using the label for nearly 80 years. It also seems slightly unlikely when the whisky is made and sold from the U.K. that they would have employed a two-year old American to design the label. Did he re-design it at some time, or did he do adverts for the brand in the U.S. perhaps? Or is the “Cutty Sark” web-site wrong about the 80 years? Jock123 (talk) 11:05, 16 September 2010 (UTC)