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Mad magazine
Psychology Today
Skeptical Inquirer
Food Network.
Oh an aristocrat! I read Cracked.
I used to buy The National Enquirer and National Geographic. But geez those are expensive now.
Bon Appetit is still about the only one I still get. My buddy gives me his Golf Digest, and still get the NRA magazine.

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Bibs, bandana.
 

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Bacon Busters,a hunting mag not a cook book.
My buddy went on a wild boar hunt in Texas, during the hurricane, riding mustang's, hunting with knives.
There is so much testosterone in his story that I think my arms got a little bigger.
 
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I am a voracious reader and the list of magazines that I used to read and read now is probably shorter than those that I have never read. I still subscribe to 7 or 8 and until the book, magazine, music, and movie coffee shop closed down I regularly read about a dozen more. I was one of their best customers and while I read their magazines for free I never walked out the door empty-handed. I really miss going there on cold rainy Sundays or Saturdays and drinking coffee, chai tea lattes, and reading. There were a lot of us older folks and you could usually depend on some interesting discussion. Sadly, most young people these days have their noses buried in their cell phones texting and don't talk even to each other.
 

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Anybody read Reader's Digest? I read that faithfully for years.

Yeah, I read Reader's Digest as well. We had to subscribe to it for English, I think maybe in 8th or 9th grade. After that, I read it primarily in the dentist or doctor's office. I particularly like the monthly joke/funny story features....Laughter the Best Medicine, Humor in Uniform, Life in these United States, etc.
 

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Yeah, I read Reader's Digest as well. We had to subscribe to it for English, I think maybe in 8th or 9th grade. After that, I read it primarily in the dentist or doctor's office. I particularly like the monthly joke/funny story features....Laughter the Best Medicine, Humor in Uniform, Life in these United States, etc.
Those were my first go to reads in it..lol Then I'd pick articles. I think I only read the "book" short story maybe twice.
 

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most of the outdoor magazines, fishing, camping, hunting, etc... A couple of art mags, guns and ammo and a couple of others in that genre.....popular science and popular mechanics every so often, readers digest was good, even had some of their condensed books....of course comic books and cracked and mad magazine back in my youth...some comics still in graphic novel form.
 
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