Happy Birthday Bart! Bartholomew JoJo “Bart” Simpson turns 32 years old today. Matt Groening created The Simpsons which also happens to be the longest running sitcom in television history. After being a part of The Tracey Ullman Show for 3 years, the show got it’s own time slot on Fox and debuted on December 17, 1989.
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I don't get the math:
2011-1987 = 24 years
I guess maybe he created Bart 8 years prior, but it is still kind of fishy.
Yea I just heard about this from a friend as well funny stuff also Lisa was due to be married last year i believe lol.
Well Happy Birthday Bart!
He is kind short for a 32yr old.
He also still lives with his parents.
by Steven Escareno 7 years ago
It turns out the guy who made the prediction that our world would be destroyed on May 21 admitted he was wrong on that. However, he did say that the world would still end this year, but it would be on oct 21 of this year instead, as he claims he just got the dates wrong. Here's the link...
by Wendi M 7 years ago
I just received a "2 Year Anniversary" email from Hubpages. I'm officially 2 years old on Hubpages!!
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