SAM & FUZZY, by Sam Logan (updates M/W/F)

Rest of Your Life, Pt. 5

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Jan 12, 2005

The fashion police keep chasing



The folks over at CAD Net generously offered to set up a #samandfuzzy channel on their IRC server, and I have taken them up on it. Have Sam and Fuzzy readers been eagerly awaiting a chance to chat like mad on this kind of thing? I guess we will find out! You can access it using your IRC application of choice (log on to irc.cad-net.org), or by using this handy web interface. Personally, I recommend giving Miranda a shot... it's a slick little instant messenger that supports ICQ, AIM, MSN and IRC. It doesn't, however, support HOT XXX ACTION.



In other news, I have finished the new Commissions page. Check it out if you'd like to see a few of the drawings I have done for folks recently. Prepare yourself for a sensory assault that rock your world with colour and life and magic! Or something. Updating the Reader's Guide is my next project... wish me luck!



Sam Logan


Jan 10, 2005

Corrupt the internet



Last night's season premier of 24 delivered on every possible level. Save the one rather embarassing line of dialogue that I'm using as today's rant title, I loved every minute of it. In fact, I'd say this was the strongest season opener since the very first episode. And it's not over yet: another two hours air tonight! After this much condensed 24 goodness, it's going to be murder shifting to the one-hour-a-week format for the remaining 20 episodes. Oh well! All the more time to speculate wildly about what will happen next.



Browsing around the net, I notice that a lot of other people are also referring to 24 as the "Jack Bauer Power Hour." I guess they didn't get it from me, but I swear, I came up with that title all on my own. I wonder how many other people could have done the same? Probably a lot.



Sam Logan


Jan 7, 2005

Eat fuzzy get dizzy



Good news for 24 enthusiasts... the Jack Bauer Power Hour returns with a two-hour premier on Sunday, a two-hour follow-up on Monday, and then a new episode every single Monday until it is all over. I am pumped for more hacksaw-ing, cougar-evading, hand-removing action! And I must admit, as bitter as I am about Fox's compulsive cancelling of all of my favourite shows, I'm happy to see them giving this season of 24 such a favourable launch. I hope it will still be good enough to deserve it!



Hmm! How did this happen? I have no idea, really.



Sam Logan