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 Post subject: Magazines you get.
PostPosted: Sun Jan 07, 2007 3:56 am 
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I get Atlantis Rising via subscription (it was a gift).

I pick up Fate, UFO Magazine, and Paranoia @ bookstores.

Just got into Fate, but I'm enjoying it a lot. Paranoia is always a favorite. I enjoy UFO Magazine, wish there were others out there like it.

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The only magazines I get are Wired, PC Gamer, and Gamepro. I used to get After Dark, but I dont think that really counts...on more than one level.

Though I must admit that every time Im in Borders or Barnes and Noble I check out Fate and UFO Magazine. Maybe one of these days Ill take the subscription slip from one of them.

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Paranoia, UFO magazine, and After Dark for me. I just joined Mufon so I should soon be getting their journal. I am way behind on my magazine reading right now though.
I used to subscribe to Fate for years and years, then it got a little too new age for me, though now it looks like it is back to the way it used to be and I have been thinking of subscribing again.

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 07, 2007 11:25 am 
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binnall wrote:
I get Atlantis Rising via subscription (it was a gift).

I pick up Fate, UFO Magazine, and Paranoia @ bookstores.

Just got into Fate, but I'm enjoying it a lot. Paranoia is always a favorite. I enjoy UFO Magazine, wish there were others out there like it.


I didn't know Fate was still around!

When I was a kid in school, back around 78, I had a teacher that kept old issues of Fate in the classroom. Read them all. That's where I learned about Betty, Barney, and Champ!

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The only two magazines I have a subscription to are PC Gamer and UFO Magazine. I pick up others in the bookstore as needed. Has anyone tried reading Fortean Times?


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DeSota wrote:
The only two magazines I have a subscription to are PC Gamer and UFO Magazine. I pick up others in the bookstore as needed. Has anyone tried reading Fortean Times?


I still get American Rifleman monthly, but only cuz it came with my membership. I wouldn't buy it.

I had a gift sub to Maxim - I liked it fine, but not enough to pay for it.

I had just renewed my sub to BYTE when they folded up their tents. Pissed me off.

Years ago, I subscribed to Playboy. I liked it, but just let it lapse.

I miss BYTE.

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I had a doctor who prescibed to Omni - - loved his waiting room.

Do not currently subscribe to any mag.

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Omni was a great ufo magazine for the last few years of it's existence. It was really a complete shame that it went bankrupt or whatever happened with it.

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It was started by the owner of Penthouse and his wife.

Here's a site for you: Omni Magazine “Shrine”

http://www.inkblurt.com/archives/75

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Thanks for that Oscar! I like that site. It was nice to see others who liked and miss Omni. Someone there mentioned the cover art, which was fantastic! Somewhere in storage, I still have some of my Omni magazines. I wish I would have kept them all.

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I subscribe to Game Informer, Baseball Digest, Sacred History and if you want to count it, Wrestling Observer.


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Sweet. I subscribe to Wrestling Observer too. Easily the best insight into the rasslin' business around. Cover to cover reading, week in and week out, no doubt.

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Wrestling observer is great reading, as long as you have GOOD eyesight LOL


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I get Technical Analysis of Stocks and Commodities, The Technical Trader, The Economist and National Geographic. Every once in a while I'll get a Time or Newsweek or something. I also used to get Maxim, I think it was a gift subscription, but then I just transfered the subscription to my dad and I think that has lapsed as well.

When I was young, I also like Omni. I'd subscribe to that if they still were around. Just like those old Marathon chocolate bars. Good things that disappeared (hey, that's an idea for a new thread!!).

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baemark wrote:
...Just like those old Marathon chocolate bars. Good things that disappeared (hey, that's an idea for a new thread!!).


but sometimes make a comeback, like Baemark! - welcome back

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