November 8, 2005 at 12:56 pm #25577
I’m going to ask this even though I kNOw the answer. Is there any chance of getting an autograph picture of Ken & Roberta Williams?
November 8, 2005 at 3:39 pm #25578
The hard part isn’t talking us into doing the autographing .. it’s FINDing us to autograph the picture. This time of year, we live in mexico. There isn’t mail service like we know it in the US. My dad once sent us a Christmas card, and it did arrive — but, over six months late.
You can always send anything you want autographed to:
4701 SW Admiral Way
Seattle, Wa 98116
Send a stamped return envelope. We’ll get it sooner or later, but it can be MANY months between when we check our mail.
Life in Mexico is never dull…
November 10, 2005 at 7:26 am #25579
Wow!!! Little did I know.
Now if I could get some help from the other fans. Where would I find a high resolution picture of Ken and Roberta to print out to have signed.
Thank You, Roberta not just for the reply but every wonderful story I got the chance to enjoy through a Sierra game.
February 14, 2006 at 8:00 am #25580
Ken and Roberta, I sent out your picture in hopes of an autograph. : ) Thank You Two!
When it seemed like no one was interested in playing video games, when they looked down on me for playing video games and I ended up throwing away all of my games. : ( I made sure to save the videos of Ken and Roberta (.avi files) because I wasn’t only a fan of sierra I was a fan of you two. I can see in Ken’s answers that there is a high level of quality in your character. You don’t attack people for their views but open up to listen to them. Thank You, Got to get to work.
February 21, 2006 at 8:15 pm #25581
Thank You very very much. I got the picture today. My wife said your dog forgot to sign it.
The harbor picture that I liked for the front page had a lamp post and an old sailing ship docked. It was very classy.
Thank You again.
February 22, 2006 at 1:11 am #25582
Wow! That’s quick. We just mailed it from Miami a couple of days ago.
We were there for the boat show. Three long days of seeing boats. Fun, but very exhausting. We’re back in Mexico now…