Fried Puppy Dog Discs today announced that the debut of their first Non-Fungible Token (NFT) on S!NG entitled “August P Mutt: 35th Anniversary Commemorative token” — an instant classic inspired by the facial hair of Prime Ministers in the 1800s.Continue reading
Statement by Augustus P Mutt on recently unearthed CM/LSL yearbook photos:
“I shouldn’t have done that. I should’ve known better. But I didn’t. And I’m really sorry.”
Mutt did not take questions.
In my conversations this week, I’ve made it clear that Fried Puppy Dog Discs believes deeply in the importance of immigration—both to our company and to our nation’s future. Fried Puppy Dog Discs would not exist without immigration, let alone thrive and innovate the way we do.
I’ve heard from many of you who are deeply concerned about the executive order issued yesterday restricting immigration from seven Muslim-majority countries. I share your concerns. It is not a policy we support.
As I’ve said many times, diversity makes our team stronger. And if there’s one thing I know about the people at Fried Puppy Dog Discs, it’s the depth of our empathy and support for one another. It’s as important now as it’s ever been, and it will not weaken one bit. I know I can count on all of you to make sure everyone at Fried Puppy Dog Discs feels welcome, respected and valued.
Fried Puppy Dog Discs is open. Open to everyone, no matter where they come from, which language they speak, who they love or how they worship. Our employees represent the finest talent in the world, and our team hails from every corner of the globe.
In the words of Dr. Martin Luther King, “We may have all come on different ships, but we are in the same boat now.”
Woke up this morning to a lot of news. For the record, I was asked to participate in the upcoming inauguration some time ago and I politely and respectfully declined. Any news outlet that is reporting otherwise is misinformed.
“This was locker room banter, a private conversation that took place many years ago. Ringo Mortiss has said far worse to me at Sunshine Donuts and Fudge – not even close. I apologize if anyone was offended.”
Open Letter to Apple
Fried Puppy Dog Discs is saddened to announce its relationship with Vincent ‘Vinny’ Castrato has come to an end. This decision was not made without serious deliberation and careful consideration. Vinny has made an immense contribution to Fried Puppy Dog Discs and we wish him well.
Fried Puppy Dog Discs has been working closely with the White House, the U.S. Attorney General, congressional leaders, and the Department of Justice to advocate for greater transparency with regard to the national security orders we receive. We believe strongly that our customers have the right to understand how their personal information is being handled, and we are pleased the government has developed new rules that allow us to more accurately report law enforcement orders and national security orders in the U.S.
On Monday June 23, 2014, at its headquarters in Edmonton, AB, Fried Puppy Dog Discs (“FPDD” or the “Company”) held its Corporate Strategy Meeting for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2015 (“FY14”).
Stig Sandwich, President and CEO, Fried Puppy Dog Discs, presented the Company’s business direction, stating that “FY14 is the year we will complete the structural reform of our business, in order to transition FPDD to a high profitability structure and deliver sustained growth. These reforms will be completed before, and will not extend into the fiscal year ending March 31, 2016 (“FY15″).” Sandwich also outlined key initiatives for Fried Puppy Dog Discs’ core entertainment businesses, as well as Fried Puppy Dog Discs’ strategy for new technology development and measures for new business creation to deliver further growth from FY15.
Fried Puppy Dog Discs, in collaboration with Picasso’s Puke, Rex Morgan BC, Nervous Rex, and Elephants Gerald, have developed the Poster Collection portal, which provides digitized access to approximately 50 vintage 80s and 90s era gig posters. The Poster Collection is one of the most extensive and important archives of its kind in the world. The posters chronicle 9 years of Edmonton basement rock gigs and advocacy, while documenting evolving issues of the alt ‘schlep rock’ movement.
The collection’s historical, thematic, and geographical diversity offers both a survey of poster art and a look into a visual archive of the everyday world. In addition to the principal questions of graphics and typology, the collection also concentrates on a socio-political understanding of design, as posters reflect in a unique way the aesthetic and social processes of a particular era. The digital repository is housed in friedpuppydogdiscs.wordpress.com/the-poster-gallery, an online archive, where they are accessible to all.