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

Crushed, Pt. 2

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Dec 1, 2004


Well, Alexa certainly has a different idea about what women want than either Sam or Andrea, doesn't she? But just between you and me: next time someone tries to let you in on "what women really want," tune right out and think about... I don't know, gardening or whatever. There is no one secret, trust me. Everyone is different. If all women were identical robot automotons, there would be an instruction manual. Which of course wouldn't help at all, because no man would read it.

GET IT? I made a joke about men not reading the manual! Wasn't that totally fresh and sensational? Men are all so dumb! HAHAHAHAHA!

It's December 1st, which... as the shop logo says, is the last day of gauranteed x-mas delivery for t-shirt orders. Though in all honesty, as long as you order by Friday your shirts should arrive in time. Unless you live in a Peruvian pit or something. But orders in the USA ship quicker, so all you Americans have an extra week or so to mull over any purchasing decisions.

Sam Logan

Nov 29, 2004

Down by the Rosemary and Cameron

The second season of Six Feet Under finally premiered in Canada on Showcase tonight. Talk about a massive delay... they are already on to season four on HBO! I really can't complain, though. If I was really hardcore, I would have already watched the entire second season on DVD by now. But holy smokes, HBO, I can't pay you $100 (Canadian) for a thirteen episode set, even if it IS one of the best television shows in the history of... uh, television.

Congratulations to Jim Burgess, whose hillarious webcomic, Able and Baker, broke the monumental 200-strip barrier... a week ago. I meant to mention this last week, but apparently I'm almost as slow at linking as I am at answering my email. (Sorry about that too, by the way.) So please, enjoy the funny comics about the sheep and monkey while I get back to replying to emails from October. Yeek!

Sam Logan

Nov 26, 2004

EDIT: Yes, it's true... there was also a spelling mistake in today's comic... "annonymous." Good eye, team... it has been corrected now. Some of the people emailing to point it out have asked if this was an intentional mistake to test my readers, to which I say... uh, sure it was. A test. Yes. *cough cough*

Fighter girl

There was a SPELLING MISTAKE in Wednesday's comic, and not a single person pointed it out to me. But now the erroneous comic has been replaced with a new, correct version. I have rewritten history... it's like it never happened. Now if only I could apply that power to other things. Like Resident Evil: Apocolypse.

But here is something that doesn't need to be erased: Beaver and Steve. I love the minimalist art style... it reminds me of these animated Fly Tales cartoons that they used to air on Teletoon. The comedy levels are strong in this one, too... it's like a code orange for humour. Why did no one notify me earlier? The HUMOUR COULD STRIKE AT ANY TIME!

Sam Logan