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Re: (TV) Listophobia
Well, since I spent 11 years at Entertainment Weekly, the rag that pretty
much took the list thing to metastasized new levels -- and also co-authored
"The 100 Greatest Movies of All Time" (available on eBay and at remainder
bins near you), feel free to blame me for the whole thing.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Rex Broome" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Friday, March 03, 2006 11:56 AM
Subject: Re: (TV) Listophobia
> On 3/3/06, grntg <email@example.com> wrote:
> > My magazine subscriptions reflect my highschool career
> > apptitude test which came out as
> > musician/writer/adventurer. It forgot 'likes to eat
> > and carelessly spend lots of money' so none of those
> > careers worked out.
> > What were your apptitudes, did they come true?
> All I remember is that I was "Most Likely To Succeed", and it's hard to
> think of any measure by which that could be said to have happened. To
> at least.
> Maybe another interesting question to the list is what periodicals you
> receive. I get the delightfully usually list-free National Geographic and
> the LA Times, which is about as much as I have time for. I get my crappy
> music criticism for free online or by picking up the LA Weekly...
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