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Topic # 9840 17-Oct-2006 20:24
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Why oh why did I even bother to resubscibe to this piece of rubbish?? Stuff.co.nz has better info and that is mostly wrong - at least stuff is free - I was foolish enough to think that after a 2 year hiatus that things might have changed - nope - same cr*p different date.
I received my latest magazine on a Saturday morning - finished it with in 20min after reading it twice in case there was anything of interest I missed. Same ads, same layout, same articles. Where is the innovation? New ideas? New format? I thnk the biggest change was they moved from CD to DVD. Only problem is the cr*p they put on there is the same cr*p they had before, just more of it.

Come on guys - change something!!

Just in case anyone out there is even thinking about subscribing, DONT waste your money.




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Reply # 48900 17-Oct-2006 20:51
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Obviously there is a market for it, otherwise they'd be out of business.

Personally I don't subscribe to it... everything I need is on the 'net'. 




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  Reply # 48901 17-Oct-2006 20:53
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cokemaster: Obviously there is a market for it, otherwise they'd be out of business.

Yes stupid people who don't know any better!!!

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 48904 17-Oct-2006 20:56
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bradstewart:
cokemaster: Obviously there is a market for it, otherwise they'd be out of business.

Yes stupid people who don't know any better!!!


It's hard to read a PC in the toilet..


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  Reply # 48905 17-Oct-2006 20:58
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You mean you don't have a PC in your toilet?

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  Reply # 48906 17-Oct-2006 20:59
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Its not hard to read a PDA!




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Reply # 48907 17-Oct-2006 21:01
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And laptops... they make good leg warmers on cold days too Tongue out

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  Reply # 48909 17-Oct-2006 21:01
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sbiddle:
bradstewart:
cokemaster: Obviously there is a market for it, otherwise they'd be out of business.

Yes stupid people who don't know any better!!!


It's hard to read a PC in the toilet..

Its hard to read the mag to when its being used as toliet paper, or then again it might not be suitable for that....




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  Reply # 48910 17-Oct-2006 21:03
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cokemaster:
sbiddle:
bradstewart:
cokemaster: Obviously there is a market for it, otherwise they'd be out of business.

Yes stupid people who don't know any better!!!


It's hard to read a PC in the toilet..

Its hard to read the mag to when its being used as toliet paper, or then again it might not be suitable for that....


Yeah, a bit too glossy and it just wouldn't scrunch properly, maybe fire starters?







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Reply # 48911 17-Oct-2006 21:04
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From experience?




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  Reply # 48914 17-Oct-2006 21:09
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no, I wouldn't pay money for that bad a quality of toilet paper!







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  Reply # 48917 17-Oct-2006 21:13
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bradstewart:
cokemaster: Obviously there is a market for it, otherwise they'd be out of business.

Yes stupid people who don't know any better!!!


I concur - I am one. I was stupid enough to be lured by their free VOIP phone. I did like that though so not all is lost.
Oh well it could have been worse, I could be crying into my Speights instead of going to the WAIKATO - wellington final.
GO MOOLOO!!! (yep I am bringing it up again - OT but this is MY post LOL)





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  Reply # 48919 17-Oct-2006 21:23
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Now that is a low blow... Hit a man while hes down... I will be supporting Wellington against the evil mooloos



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  Reply # 48921 17-Oct-2006 21:29
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bradstewart: Now that is a low blow... Hit a man while hes down... I will be supporting Wellington against the evil mooloos

I predict Saturday night you will be crying in your handbag (cant think of a beer associated with wellington)




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  Reply # 48923 17-Oct-2006 21:37
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Hey at least i won;t be crying into my Tui... disgusting stuff

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