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Peter Jennings

R.I.P. Peter Jennings

Looks like rather than treat him for lung cancer, they murdered him before he could begin work on his tell-all retrospective book.

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Issue 28: Ray At Night cover story

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There’s a cover story in issue 28 (out yesterday) about Urban Gentrification in my formerly low-rent inner-city Bohemia here of North Park. Check it out. Other than a few small typos and stuff it’s totally great. Part two will continue the saga and come out next issue in May. RR

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Monday morning test results on a Sunday
Pass it on.

My results were:

“The Monday Morning Test Results
(better than any IQ test)

“Your Score: 10 out of 11
Your Rating: Wow! Come to work for us!

“Now Here’s the Twist;
Your answers not only can tell your current intelligence,
but the combination can also forcast your upcoming love life:

“Your Projected Love Life: Your love life is mediocre
Remember you must pass this page on to at least 5 people.

“0-4 People: We know you have no friends, don’t look for anything good in your life
5-10: Your life will take a sudden turn for good in the next 2 weeks
11-20: Your love life now multiplied by your score
20 or more: Your life is guaranteed to get much better in the next week or less!”

How the heck can they tell about my love life from this “test?” You mean I would have a better love life had I gotten the pill question right? Pleh!

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Yesterday is past and this is the present.

I think I’d like to take Reviewer magazine into a monthly printing cycle. Can someone tell me this isn’t a good idea? #27’s ad payment deadline is March 19th. That issue will hit the street sweet on March 21st.