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05-06-2014 11:14 PM
BurtonAvenger Oh a magazine you say? Here let me introduce you to this thing called the Internet and these other things called websites.

Yes you see sometime in the late 90's AOL decided to give away tens of hundreds of free hours for this thing called the Internet that was invented by Al Gore. It is a series of tubes and nets that catch things such as spam and fish as well as porn.

In the early days of this Internet there were few snowboard websites and as people were using this darn fangled thing called a modem to connect their computer to porn I mean the Internet it was rather limited. Then one day a wise man helped create a better Internet we will call him Bill Clinton. Bill then proceeded to make the Internet awesome and less about porn and more about connecting each other. Through great scientific discoveries he was able to build the perfect test tube baby referred to as THE ZUCK! The Zuck then made a book, but not a normal book, oh no it was a book of faces. This book of faces or Facebook if you will suddenly provided inter connectivity for everyone from old ladies farming virtual harvest to silly cat loving fat guys. It was here that websites and magazines fused together as one.

Then the dark days happened. Magazines learned that their paid advertisers could spend far less putting ads in the book of faces and engaging readers on this crazy photography thing that was instant and digital. So then magazines started to become an after thought. Now all but a few magazines are left and the Internet is still used for porn albeit not the good hardcore triple anal double oral quadruple vaginal we all know and love, but more of horrible bathroom selfies of fat chicks at good angles. Which in all honesty no one wants.

So you see sir your attempts at spamming have been fished and now are being roasted by a series of trolls.
05-06-2014 09:38 PM
AntipodeanSam Lifestyle/Snowboarding-

In my never gonna happy rookie magazine I would like; snowboards and yoga pants please
05-06-2014 09:26 PM
Manicmouse The e-ink Kindles are great, brilliant invention. It's funny needing a bedside light to read a tablet though
05-06-2014 08:35 PM
Donutz
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Originally Posted by chomps1211 View Post
I prefer having a physical, bound paper magazine, book whatever. I hate online only magazines.
I was pretty much of the same attitude until I got my Samsung Tablet. PDF computer books, Kindle for fiction, never going back.
05-06-2014 06:43 PM
chomps1211
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Originally Posted by 24WERD View Post
Not good to have your first post about taking a survey.

Paper magazine is dead.

creating one that is electronic would be the way to go.

I prefer having a physical, bound paper magazine, book whatever. I hate online only magazines.


...but then I'm an old fart, so?


Having said that,.. Fuck off spammer!
05-06-2014 06:09 PM
Donutz Ah, I love the smell of roasted spammer in the morning...
05-06-2014 06:04 PM
snowklinger i'm so excited
05-06-2014 05:44 PM
24WERD Not good to have your first post about taking a survey.

Paper magazine is dead.

creating one that is electronic would be the way to go.

do a SWAT analysis first.


look for opportunities.
05-06-2014 04:45 PM
ETM Yes, a magazine!
Excellent idea Jerry, this could be the way of the future. If it takes off one day there could be shops filled with magazines on every topic you can think of. Im not saying its possible, but without hope what do we have?
05-06-2014 01:03 PM
td.1000 you know this is serious when 1/5 of the questions is whether you prefer matte or glossy paper. anyone who knows anything about snowboarding knows the answer to that question!
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