Monday, July 14, 2008

The New Yorker

So I was going through the place lighting candles cause I like candles better than electricity when I over heard the wifes CNN. Log cabin 360 is droning on about the cover of The New Yorker and the impact it might have. I honestly think this is a non-news story. I told her to go to work tomorrow and ask her co-workers if they read the New-Yorker. But have no fear. Log cabin got Billy Bennett off the black jack table to tell us the real impact of this magazine cover.

2 comments:

Drucilla said...

The problem is that the news has made it a story. You're right, I bet the New Yorker circulation is, well, lets just say it's not a magazine that speaks to the masses, but sense main stream news picked it up on it's rador, it is now a big deal. The cover's circulation right now is huge; even before the first issue has hit the stands. So, It's defenitly a news story, whether it should be or not.

-Drucilla

Count Istvan said...

I agree totally with you.

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