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Salamando's Stove 1st Issue
Salamando's Stove 2nd Issue
The Adventures of Sadbot
FFVII: The Real Ending
Us as Guardian Forces
All About Boontibs
Announcement: The Bar Job
Salamando's Stove 3rd Issue
Wesley Girl 14 Review
Salamando's Stove 4th Issue
Games We Don't Miss
The Nintendo Situation
Announcement: New Layout
Announcement: Vote for Favorites
Salamando's Stove 5th Issue
Review: Immoral Studies
Salamando's Stove 6th Issue
Happy Fun Thanksgiving Adventure!
Sooo, I'm Sitting in the Computer Lab
How to Be an Angsty Teen
Salamando's Stove 7th Issue

HEY! ATTENTION! THIS IS IMPORTANT! KIND OF! MAYBE! I ONCE ATE A PINECONE! AND IT WASN'T THAT BAD! SO TAKE THAT!

This the resting place of the now dead Salamando's Stove mailing list. Back in time immemorial, we'd send out big mailers full of... words? Hell, I don't remember. Go download the back issues if you're so curious, you ingrateful FUCK.

Right, the back issues. This section used to require a password, but it was really easy to get around, because we're lazy (no, really?). It seems previously you could only get this stuff if you were on the mailing list, or you could evade our very simple protection. Since we no longer send out mail, that's kind of pointless, so here's everything for free.

And don't ask if the mailing list is coming back, because it isn't. Frankly, we're busy guys with lives and careers and right hands that need love, so we're just too busy to do a mailing list the justice it deserves. Plus, go back and read what we did before and look at how much they stink.

So, that's the skinny on this section, and that's all the text I'm going to write. I'm stopping. Right now.

By the way, is it me or does "Back issues" sound like a bad anal sex movie?


 
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