I let all mine run out, but I was getting Scientific American, Popular Science, Sail and Rolling Stone.
They started piling up and I couldn’t get to them before the next one came in so I let them go. Since I don’t get the paper and never watch the news (except for the Daily Show) all my news comes from NPR. The mags are all piled up for “that day” when i get time to read them; of course, everything will be outdated, but oh well!
Ayesha has never seen a lemur’s penis.
I suscripbe to Parents, Reader’s Digest, and Mcalls. I used to get Entertainment Weekly and People but People was too expensive and Entertainment Weekly wasn’t that entertaining.
That John Denver’s full of shit man!
Poetry and The Horn Call are the only two I currently get. I plan to subscribe the The Skeptical Enquirer one of these days.
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Readers Digest, Psychology Today, Entertainment Weekly (me.) Every hunting, fishing, gun and rifle magazine ever printed (the Mr.). He’s been getting Outdoor Life or some such for the past 20 years, the one with the fierce fanged grizzly bear on the cover and a story inside on “how I rassled a fierce grizzly bear and lived to tell”. I swear to God above, they have used the same story for the past 20 years, only the bear’s picture changes. Why do they do this? It’s not as though we are all under attack every day from bears, we are wiping them off the face of the earth along with every other living creature, but still outdoor magazines carry the same idiotic story year after year.
That said, I don’t subscribe to many magazines any more. I like Time, Newsweek, People, Premiere, GQ, but I don’t get much out of them, they are full of short sentences and lots of pictures and the ten minutes it takes to read them is not worth the absurd money you have to pay for them.
I also like Movieline and the Smithsonian and subscribe to them also. Used to get Cat Fancy, photography. and tropical fish magazines.
Outdoor Photographer, Shutterbug, The Photo, Photographic, Animage, Animerica, Mixxzine, Tokyo Pop, Animerica Extra, Pulp, Hobby Japan, X, and Toyfare
Some of those I just buy close to every month instead of actually subscribing.
MY FISH IN NO WAY RESEMBLE A VAGINA!
Did anyone see the new issue of ‘Gigantic Asses’?
“Penises don’t belong in the mouth, girls and boys. You’ve got the wrong hole there. Just like you wouldn’t shove pizza up your nose.”
-From the Brother Jed flyer-
Book, Deadbolt, and Cemetery Dance.
Borrow daughter’s Rolling Stone. Used to get Newsweek, but read the on-line version now. (No recycling needed.)
I only subscribe to Entertainment Weekly, but that subscription is due to run out next month and I’m not going to renew it. I’ve been getting it for three or four years now and I’m bored with it. My hubby gets several different computer and gamer magazines.
“The dead have risen, and they’re voting Republican!” - Bart Simpson
New York and Consumer Reports.
My kids get Electronic Gaming Monthly and some other video game one that I can’t remember the name of right now.
I’ll buy that for a dollar.
Sci. American has some great articles, though, at the risk of ridicule, I’ll admit to occasionally finding it dull. The Skeptical Inquirer and Archaeology are my two favourites, the only magazines that I actually read cover to cover.
Mad, Furrlough, & Genus.
You should tell the truth, expose the lies and live in the moment."-Bill Hicks
“You should tell the lies, live the truth and expose yourself.” - Bill Clinton
Well the only ones i am interested that we get here are Elle Decor (yeah i know, Elle is a womens fashion magazine, but they do show some nifty interior designs, and products), and also Garden Design, which I have a suspicion most of it’s readers actually hire gardeners to do their gardening for them :).
I myself am an incorrigible conlang slut. I love oral lex.
New Scientist, Astronomy, GAMES, MacAddict. Barely time to read any of them, what with all the books I got for Christmas piled up, unread
I’m partial to Natural History, Smithsonian, and Discover. I’ve been a subscriber to all the above since I was about 11, nigh on to 15 or 16 years now. (Geekyness in the genes, perhaps.)
I’m an addict.
National Geographic, Outside, Yankee, Autoweek, Automobile, Sports Car International, Northeast Dairy Business.
I’ll usually pick up a couple of Remodeling or Home Fix-up type mags off the rack each month if it looks like there is something good in them. Yeah, I’ve got an old house that could use some new interiors.
National Geographic, Smithsonian, Readers Digest, RFDesign, Electronic Product Review, Spectrum and I guess thats it.
Skeptical Inquirer, Skeptic, Discover, U.S. News & World Report, Kiplinger’s ('til the freebie subscription runs out), Barrons (ditto), The Nation (ditto again, though I haven’t even gotten one of those yet), Brill’s Content, Individual Investor (unless my sub ran out – I’m not renewing) at home. At work, I get Governing, some work-related magazines, and I am circulated Science News, Scientific American, Science, and Nature.
AOPA Pilot and Flying, plus some film and video production mags.
Smithsonian, Runners World, Harper’s (though I think I’ve let it lapse - silly, since it’s the only one I read cover to cover). I used to get many more, but don’t have the time to read them like I used to.
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Forgot one, my mom sent me a gift subscription to Biography, the “companion” to the A&E series.
What a waste of paper. Slick paper, at that.