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

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Mar 17, 2003

Impending Centennial


This Wednesday, will mark the hundredth Sam and Fuzzy strip... at least, the hundredth
strip to appear on this website. I don’t have anything really exciting planned. But,
because a few of you have been demanding it, I will be taking the opportunity to put up a tiny
feature item that explains how I go about assembling the comic. Be afraid. Be very
afraid.


Sam Logan


Mar 14, 2003

Nothing more to see here


And the mighty Revenge of Fuzzy-Brand™ storyline comes to a close. Hope you guys liked it.


The Official Clan Bubbles Website is now up and running! If anyone is interested in seeing what a Counter-Strike clan website designed by the same team that brought you the Sam and Fuzzy site looks like, this is it. Scary, no?


I just saw the strangest thing on the CBC. (that's the Canadian Broadcasting Company's TV station, for the uninitiated.) It was a ballet, but performed with three long-necked yellow excavators. It was called Pretty Big Dig, and it was made by some woman from Newfoundland. I think this kind of creative outburst is the result of living a climate where you have to stay indoors four months of the year. And somehow, I think that Jeff from Wigu would appreciate this, given the backhoe-laden-ness of his recent work.


See you all next week!


Sam Logan


Mar 12, 2003

Freedom Fries


If Fuzzy's ownership of the Studmaster name confuses you, you might want to consider taking a look at this previous storyline. Or, you could just speculate. Maybe he inherited it when his dear old uncle Mortimer bought the farm in a tragic bowling accident.


And then there is the matter of this news story. Don't worry, kids. This is all a part of the pre-war strategy. The idea is to lull the Iraqi army into a false sense of security by making them think that everyone in the American administration is a raving moron.


Don't worry, America! You don't look silly at all. Truly, we all recognize the mighty moral victory that is "Freedom Toast."


Sam Logan