Twin Peaks Usenet Archive


Subject: Re: Twin Peaks fan club: The Twin Peaks Gazette
From: synth@yenta.alb.nm.us (Synth F. Oberheim)
Date: 1990-12-27, 15:18
Newsgroups: alt.tv.twin-peaks

lzs@indetech.com (Lynn Z. Schneider x2077) writes:

>> >>"From deep space to your doorstep.  It's time to deliver the message.  You will
>> >>receive 12 monthly issues beginning January 1991, PLUS _two free gifts_ for
>> >>becoming a subscriber: a Twin Peaks Sheriff's Department Coffee Mug _and_ your
>> >>own address in Twin Peaks, all for only $29.95."

> >Jeez, this is getting as bad as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles! Talk about
> >jumping on the commercialization bandwagon!

Oh, come on ... I'd *hardly* compare THIS to TMNT ... there are over 600 
different products on the market for TMNT -- one Twin Peaks fan club is pretty
harmless in comparison, I'd say.

To All:  the newsletter issue I got mentioned upcoming interviews with
Angelo Baldalamenti (sp?), and I *think* Mark Frost?  If anyone is curious,
I can post more transcripts of that issue for more details ...

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