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

Friday Night, Pt. 3

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Jun 25, 2004

A line wrapped around a string

I'd really like it if those folks mentioned in the "Important" notice above would email me. I really want you to have your shirts, but I don't know where to send them. I know you want them!

The progress of technology is truly an amazing thing. Now, thanks to this website, you can see for yourself exactly how Sam and Fuzzy website appears to the colourblind. Trippy, eh?

Sam Logan

Jun 23, 2004

Let'sa go

I've gotten quite a few photos of folks in their Ninja Mafia duds. I'm going to wait a few more days before posting them all, so if you too are looking for your five seconds of internet fame, get those digital cams snapping! I got my shirts in the mail today, but I don't own any kind of camera, digital or otherwise.

I imagine that a lot of gamers are annoyed that every second Gameboy Advance game is a port of an old SNES title. But back in the days of the old "console wars," I fell squarely and completely in the Sega camp, so the GBA is providing me with the opportunity to catch up on many of the great games I missed. I've been really enjoying Yoshi's Island (now repackaged as Super Mario Advance 3), but if I have to hear that crying Mario baby one more time there is going to be a Gamecube controller-shaped hole in my television.

Sam Logan

Jun 21, 2004

The curse of the crowded room

I'm sure you all remember back when Fuzzy applied on Sam's behalf, but you might not remember when Sam worked at Doughnut Hut. That was a long time ago!

The nominees for the 2004 Web Cartoonist's Choice Awards have been announced. I really don't know anything at all about the WCCAs or the people who organize them. But whatever these awards are, Sam and Fuzzy was nominated for three of them: in outstanding Black and White Art, Short Form Comic, and Web Design (go Ashton!) I have no idea how many cartoonists actually participate in the nomination process, but it's always nice to see Sam and Fuzzy showing up on the radar somewhere.

I can't stop listening to the song "Most of us Prizefighters" by A.C. Newman. Newman is the frontman from the New Pornographers, and this song of his is like drugs. Musical drugs.

Sam Logan