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Citizensane Radio returns with author Sam Uzi

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Sam Uzi started life in the early-1980s as a cartoon character and then, by the late-80s, had become a full-blown terror in the pre-internet online world of BBSs - frightening the unwary, tormenting the unthinking, and entertaining everyone else. Denizens of FidoNet and NirvanaNet BBSs will remember (fondly, or with deep trepidation) the intermittent arrival of the Clue Police, whenever the stupidity and pig-headedness became unbearable. Ah, the simple innocence of days gone by. Sam Uzi's first novel, Face Pirates, was written in 1997 and published in 2010. Since then he has written and published six more novels, all ostensibly in the science-fiction genre, although he has vastly egotistical pretensions that his work (mostly about people and ideas rather than zap-guns and shiny technology) is more literary fiction than sci-fi potboilers. When he's not writing, Sam is an avid amateur CGI animator, whose latest work, Pancakes (based on the famous 1961 Joe Simonton UFO/alien encounter), is nearing completion. As a basic strategy, Sam makes a point of believing anything and everything, until proven impossible, but – fortunately – belief does not play a large role in his appreciation of reality. After all these years, he still may not know what it's all about but that doesn't stop him from shooting his mouth off at any given opportunity.

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