I bought a copy to read while I was eating lunch in a public place today.
What I didn't count on is that I had already read several of the
articles on the USA Today app I have on my TV.
And I left the paper on the table for the next person. I think for your
$2, you're not buying a "rag" as you
put it, you're buying some form of companionship. :) I'd rather buy
that than something from Starbucks
for twice the cost.
Into the trash. I'm sure they'd like that number to be smaller,
but it doesn't seem out of line. Magazines are printed way in
advance of the issue date, they have to print some extra for any
new subscriptions that come in, plus there's always a fair amount
of damaged copies.
That's a typo on my part, should have been 450,000. Look here:
Companionship? Um, OK, I have my cell phone to keep up on current
events. I do read when waiting in line, or whatever. Starbucks sucks,
though I'm certainly not against spending money on whatever pleases.
That's why I work.
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