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  • Rolling Stone: Switching to a Smaller, Rack-Friendly Size

    Is it the end of an era?

    http://www.nytimes.com/2008/08/11/bu...nt&oref=slogin

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    Re: Rolling Stone: Switching to a Smaller, Rack-Friendly Size

    I just saw "smaller rack" and was so saddened that I stopped reading.
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      Re: Rolling Stone: Switching to a Smaller, Rack-Friendly Size

      I haven't seen a new issue yet.

      But don't a lot of kids tear out the pictures of their favorite rock bands and tape them to their lockers?

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        Re: Rolling Stone: Switching to a Smaller, Rack-Friendly Size

        Back when RS got started they were a small sized magizine. I have some originals framed on my wall. It wasn't until the 70's they went to the over sized Mags we have seen.

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          Re: Rolling Stone: Switching to a Smaller, Rack-Friendly Size

          Originally posted by PanTheMan View Post
          Back when RS got started they were a small sized magizine. I have some originals framed on my wall. It wasn't until the 70's they went to the over sized Mags we have seen.

          Why is this in the debate lounge?
          Probably because Rolling Stone magazine has been an outspoken voice on the war against global warming, and when they were using oversized paper, it exposed thier hypocracy, and so they wanted to switch back to smaller size. Just my two cents...


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            Re: Rolling Stone: Switching to a Smaller, Rack-Friendly Size

            I thought it might be one of those "soft" subjects that people could discuss without getting too heated and upset. To balance what else is going on right now in Debateland.

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            • #7
              Re: Rolling Stone: Switching to a Smaller, Rack-Friendly Size

              Didn't TV Guide change their size and it helped them?

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