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Thread: A side question to Larry's magazine thread

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    A side question to Larry's magazine thread

    Which way do you order magazines? Jim.
    Last edited by Jim O'Dell; 08-17-2010 at 03:26 PM.
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    Jim, my usual approach isn't available on your survey. Two ways I generally order, through my Junior class sales event (their money making venture for prom) and if I see a magazine I like, I will generally buy one from the rack, they are then full of offers so if it proves true in the "reading room" at home, I will send in the form and get it. Get Wood and Woodturning Design at this time.
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    Thru loml! She usually cleans the subscription cards out of the mags before I get them. If she sees one for a mag I don't get she'll ask if I want to subscribe and if I say yes she takes care of the rest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathan Shively View Post
    Jim, my usual approach isn't available on your survey. Two ways I generally order, through my Junior class sales event (their money making venture for prom) and if I see a magazine I like, I will generally buy one from the rack, they are then full of offers so if it proves true in the "reading room" at home, I will send in the form and get it. Get Wood and Woodturning Design at this time.
    Me too, sorta...
    Got kids or Grandkids? They are constantly coming home with fundraisers from school. I will select a mag to help them out, but mostly I stroll he aisles at the grocery or Barns & Nobles for an interesting find.

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    I see a magazine and pic it up because I like something in it and next thing I know LOML has a subscription in my name. Often I have to tell her which ones not to renew.
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