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Re: Whatever happened to that Ambush Bug/Larry-guy???

Oh my Gosh!!!!!!!!

LARRY is BACK!!!!!   (yay!)

I nominate Chris to summarize what's happened.  (He does such a great job
and he does it without cussing!)  (Hey, Glorko, er Chris, I'd skip the Erin
thing if I were you.  And don't tell him Nate is our alien love child.
Larry might go away again.)

Larry, take a look at http://members.xoom.com/thegroop/

btw, Bubble, Great Drawing!!!!!

And all you northern European Groopies- Have a Blast with Sergio & Stan (And
don't forget to congratualte them on their Eisner Awards .  Also September
6th is Sergio's 62nd Birthday)

Take care all -Gary G.

-----Original Message-----
From: ShiekOfEntropy@aol.com <ShiekOfEntropy@aol.com>
To: groop@groo.com <groop@groo.com>
Date: Thursday, September 02, 1999 8:19 PM
Subject: Whatever happened to that Ambush Bug/Larry-guy???

Hi there friends, best regards to you all if ya know me, and if ya don't,
well, hi there and best regards to you all anyway!

My name is Larry, a former Grooper (which I STILL prefer to GROOPIE) who
to go by the nickname Ambush Bug, after a semi-obscure DC Comics character.
I now go by the nickname The Shiek of Entropy?, for a number of reasons:

1). I decided not to use a pseudonym based on someone else's copyrighted

B). Because The Shiek of Entropy? is an original character name which I
established about ten years ago (it was the nickname of a favorite AD&D
magic-user  I played that I've always been fond of.

42). Because the man in the hat told me to.

How are you all doing?
What's new?

I've kept with the IMPORTANT stuff (namely, Groo), but according to
Unirabbit, I missed out on those Groo-pads. Any left? Pretty please? Oh
my own fault for disappearing like that.

I'll post a longer hello over the weekend, with an update on what I've been
up to lately (If you really don't care, just delete any posting called
"Return of the Larry")

Talk to ya soon!

Larry S., AKA The Shiek Of Entropy