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Old 09-18-2011, 09:19 PM   #49
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Originally Posted by Steven Lyle Jordan View Post
It really depends on the magazine... and the book. Today I have magazines that I've collected since I was a teen... over 30 years of magazines that I still go back and reference for one thing or another. Whereas, in those 30 years, I've disposed of quite a few books.
No, you're right. But the example of Cosmo that was brought up isn't exactly, shall we say, Writer's Digest, Time, or National Geographic.
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