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

Promotion, Pt. 1

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Sep 19, 2005

Like life inside the ligament

On Friday, I was so distracted by Nintendo's new... uh... wiggly stick that I forgot to mention that Telltale Games have acquired the rights to Sam and Max. For those who don't already know, Telltale Games' staff is comprised largely of the folks who had been working on Sam and Max: Freelance Police before Lucasarts cancelled the game. Hopefully this means that we will get a worthy sequel to Hit the Road after all!

Sam Logan

Sep 16, 2005

You are the word, the word is 'destroy'

Longtime readers will recognize the voice of the emperor right away, but anyone who doesn't can find the answers in the Friday Night storyline.

Executive decisions have been made! After today, the No One Wants To See That shirt will be discontinued completely in all styles and colours. The Can't Dance shirt will remain available, but as a cardinal red t-shirt. If you are after an elephant t-shirt or any kind of hoodie or babydoll, today is the last chance you'll have for the forseeable future!

For those of you who ordered books, they will be mailing soon! Unfortunately, things have been delayed slightly because I am still waiting for my fancy bend-resistant book-mailing packaging to arrive in the mail. I couldn't find appropriately sturdy packaging anywhere in town so I had to mail order it. My new gear should be here sometime next week, and the books will be mailing out shortly thereafter!

And in closing... look at this crazy thing! I'll be damned... Nintendo's "revolution" managed to be something surprising and unheard of after all. Whether it's any good remains to be seen, but at least it was a surprise! There don't seem to be many of those in the industry these days.

Sam Logan

Sep 14, 2005

A very sexy learning impediment

I think that General McMillan is a frequent employer of the heck system: "hell" variation.

If you are wanting one of the two new shirts, please order now to avoid disappointment. After the preorder campaign ends on Friday, I can't offer the same variety of styles and colours that I can now, and I may have to permanently retire one or both designs altogether. The shop can only support so many shirts at once, and sometimes it is a kind of delicate numerical juggling act deciding which ones to keep and which ones to shelve!

Sam Logan