Mar 17, 2003
This Wednesday, will mark the hundredth Sam and Fuzzy strip... at least, the hundredth
strip to appear on this website. I donít 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
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!
Mar 12, 2003
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."