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Paste Magazine - name your subscription price

Discussion in 'Anything goes' started by EStreetJoe, Oct 31, 2007.

  1. EStreetJoe

    EStreetJoe Well-Known Member


    For the next two weeks, Paste Magazine will let its readers decide how much they pay for a one-year subscription (minimum price $1). Anyone who pays over the regular subscription rate of $19.95 will be thanked in print in a future issue.

    This is a great music magazine that comes with a free CD each month.
  2. Clever username

    Clever username Active Member

    I see my name in print everyday. A buck would be all they'd get.
  3. It's a great magazine. I suggest that anyone who isn't already subscribing fork over a buck. You will never again lament about the lack of good new music benig made. And you might turn into a hipster doofus which is always a plus!
  4. PCLoadLetter

    PCLoadLetter Well-Known Member

    I believe I just re-upped for $19.95.

    Great magazine. Combining their reviews section with an eMusic subscription has vastly improved my iPod.
  5. BYH

    BYH Active Member

    Raise your hand if you thought this was going to be about fenian's start-up magazine.
  6. Football_Bat

    Football_Bat Well-Known Member

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  7. Bob Slydell

    Bob Slydell Active Member

    I love Paste Magazine. I discovered it in its fourth issue because the CD had the new Josh Rouse song. Terrific read every month. Highly recommended for any music fans.

    Oh, I'll probably just pay the 19.95.
  8. Here's a suggestion: spend a buck on a subscription for a local library. Thor knows they could use more diverse reading material than news weeklies and knitting mags.
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