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

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Feb 24, 2010

Cliffhanger!

Tune in on Friday for the next part of our story. And of course, our traditional Friday "Q and A" feature! If you've got a question you want to add to the pile, just drop me an email with "Q & A" in the subject line.

Just a reminder... several of our oldest t-shirts are now being discontinued! Most of them are already sold out in certain sizes, and it probably won't be long until the remaining sizes follow suit:

T-shirts not long for this earth
I'm Capitalism
I'm Communism
Skull Panda Loves Kitties
Skull Panda Head
Can't Dance
Dr. Crab

-Sam Logan


Feb 22, 2010

Everything must go

Just a reminder, folks... over at Topatoco, we are clearing out some of our classic t-shirt designs to make space for new swag. If these are shirts you want in your life, act quickly! We are already starting to run out of certain sizes... and once they are gone, they are gone for good and your life is pretty much ruined forever.

T-shirts soon to be cruely eliminated
I'm Capitalism
I'm Communism
Skull Panda Loves Kitties
Skull Panda Head
Can't Dance
Dr. Crab

-Sam Logan


Feb 19, 2010

Sam and Fuzzy Q & A: Arctodus Simusthe Edition
Got a question you want answered? Just drop me an email with "Q & A" in the subject line!

"Did you know that other than two iterations of samandfuzzy.com, when you Google "Arctodus simusthe" the Wikipedia page is the only thing that comes up? AND there are no images! I believe that makes samandfuzzy.com the world expert on Arctodus simusthe!" -Justin

You're right, Justin! Those Google results confirm that this site is the foremost resource for information regarding the Giant short-faced bear, and not at all that I accidentally appended the word "the" to the end of its latin name because of a typing error. So I suppose I'd better start living up to my obligations and teach you all a little bit about Arctodus simusthe.

• Despite its appearance, Arctodus simusthe is not actually a bear. It is much more closely related to raccoons, badgers and African elephants.

Arctodus simusthe earns it's "short-faced" nickname not from it's actual face, but from Roger Short-Face, the famous biologist.

Arctodus simusthe is extinct. The last living specimen died in a bar in Reno in 1976.

• For many years, scientists believed that skeletal remains indicated Arctodus simusthe could grow to sizes of up to 17 feet long and 6 feet tall. Unfortunately, it turned out they had mistakenly placed the skull of a short-faced bear onto the body of a Dodge Caravan.

"Why did Hazel have such a big bomb in her car anyway? Does she also have guns, poison gas, and other things to brutally kill people?" -Tom

As Fuzzy insinuates, those explosives were leftover supplies from a safe-cracking gig.

It was a big safe!

"Why is the Features section so out of date? The most recent thing listed is the "First Noel" story, from Christmas '04. Where are the links to O-GAWD 3, 4, and 5? What about the Skull Panda and Bitey the Shark comics?" -Matt

Think of the Features page as a time capsule... a unique window back into the strange and exciting era when I remembered to update the Features page. That's what I do!

That's it for this week, team. See you on Monday!

-Sam Logan