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Did you know...Homer Simpson is the patriarch of the the Simpsons cartoon television show. Homer Simpson has 3 children. Homer Simpson and The Simpsons first appeared on the screen in 1987. Homer Simpson was created by cartoonist Matt Groening.  Homer Simpson works at a Nuclear Power plant. Homer  is considered crude, stupid, fat, clumsy, lazy and he drinks to much. In spite of all this, Homer Simpson has a lot of remarkable experiences, and is lovably devoted to his family.

 

 

 

 
 

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