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    lifestyle?

    I was just thinking this might be fun on a dreary Monday….

    Mercurius seems like National Geographic Traveler, Core seems like Esquire mixed with TV Guide, Walker TIME or The Economist, MightyMighty Artists Magazine, Ndecent SLAP magazine, BUT American Spectator,

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    These days it’s Martha Stewart’s Living.

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    I wasn’t aware I had my own Arts mag!

    man, nobody never tells me nuthin! ;)

    edit: Ooohh I see (Man I need coffee). But which one eh?

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    MM it is just called “ARTISTS”….very cool….very you…

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    Hmm… I’d probably say Hi Fructose magazine.

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    it was ReadyMade for a while. but lately they haven’t seemed to hit close enough to home.

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    skreened wrote it was ReadyMade for a while. but lately they haven’t seemed to hit close enough to home.

    Dude, I loved that Reel-to-reel coffee table. Brilliant!

    Also – Enzo, I don’t skate.

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    ND–I thought you would wear the clothes ???

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    enzo wrote lifestyle?

    Walker TIME or The Economist

    lol. interesting perception.

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    Hustler, High Times, and Better Homes and Gardens.

    OK, not really.

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    BetsyB wrote
    enzo wrote lifestyle?

    Walker TIME or The Economist

    lol. interesting perception.

    Haha… yeah, I actually just cancelled my subscription to Time. I got it for a year for like $2 (for a full year) and after that it was back up to normal price, so it got the axe.

    Economist? Nah.

    The only magazines I get right now are GQ (another cheap one with online subscriptions), Gaming for Windows (free), Big Picture (print design mag for free) and Columbus Monthly (only one I really pay for).

    As for what magazines I closely identify with… uh…. none? I read probably 100 magazines worth of material every day online on a wide variety of topics. No need for much paper when it comes to that sort of thing.

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    enzo wrote ND–I thought you would wear the clothes ???

    I refuse to stereotype my style.

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    Blueprint and Sunset for me.

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    Bad news on Blueprint (it’s my wife’s favorite.)

    I like Slate, Budget Travel and Gourmet.

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    juxtapoz is the only magazine i look at monthly. i had a readymade subscription but it ran out, i think. i pick up a few art magazines here and there, usually beautiful/decay and swindle. i like grassroot art magazines put out by artists.

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