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I smell another AUE survey!...

Well, here's an odd list we look at:
Bonsai Magazine
Bonsai Today
Internatioonal Bonsai
Garden Design
Organic Gardening
Consumer Reports
PC World
Budget Travel
Mother Jones
Newsweek
Driving Magazine (horse and buggy driving)
U.S. Dressage Federation's "Dressage"
NY Times
The local rag

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} I am in agreement with Chuck on this one.
Not me. My brother-in-law writes sports for the Chicago Tribune .

How do you feel about the Waukegan News-Sun ?

R. J. Valentine
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} In addition to the above, my mother sets me up each winter with another year's } gift subscription to Reader's Digest ...I once thought I had a shot at getting } a "Life in These United States" anecdote published there, but nothing came of } it..r
Me, I get the large print edition of Reader's Digest ("An article a day keeps you regular" or something). I think I set someone up each winter with another year's gift subscription (and appointment calendar), but I forget who all gets it.

R. J. Valentine
I used to send it to my Aunt Carol and Uncle Barney, but they've bought the farm now.
Evan Kirshenbaum filted:

And don't forget magazines. We currently have subscriptions to, let's ... Games , and probably a few others I'm forgetting.

I smell another AUE survey!...

My list is short:
Radio Times
The Economist
The Wall Street Journal
Free information on the Internet, little of it being as interesting as what is in those three fine publications.
The quality of writing found in The Economist is enjoyably high. Strangely enough, it was a Bellingham resident who turned me on to it.
Page Three does the trick.

Page Three is a feature only of the "Sun" newspaper.

The may be the name of the one I see people reading here, too. It appears to be the most popular of the lot. I read the Irish Times and The Independent, but I admit to sometimes glancing at Page Three of whatever rag it is that features it.
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C'est le pigeon, Joseph.

Although the user of the phrase, I can't improve on that answer.
Evan Kirshenbaum filted:

And don't forget magazines. We currently have subscriptions to, let's ... Games , and probably a few others I'm forgetting.

Games Playboy Consumer Reports Asimov's Analog Sunset Fantasy & Science Fiction Comic Relief PC Magazine Sound & Vision Writer's Digest ... I had a shot at getting a "Life in These United States" anecdote published there, but nothing came of it..r

The magazines coming to our household, in no particular order:

Atlantic Monthly
Columbia Journalism Review
Newsweek
Esquire
Motor Trend
Reader's Digest
Sports Illustrated
National Geographic
Runner's World
Michigan Living
Columbia (Knights of Columbus)
Smithsonian
Money
Handy (Handyman Club of America)
AAA Living
Pitt (U. of Pttsburgh, Quarterly)
Wayne State Business (Quarterly)
Faith & Culture (Quarterly)
The magazines coming to our household, in no particular order:

Pitt (U. of Pttsburgh, Quarterly)

Many Americans read a lot but some don't always spell correctly...

And according to their latest elections they don't count correctly either...
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Many Americans read a lot but some don't always spell correctly...

And according to their latest elections they don't count correctly either...

Maria Conlon, erstwhile resident of P(i)ttsburgh, Pa., during which time Mr. Conlon got his master's at Pitt.

Please spell it out for me, Cas. Between you and Areff, I'm now confused. (Before, I was only tired.)
Maria, T & C.
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