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Old 14 November 2011, 15:15   #11
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Agree with you TT that's what wet days are for and jesus we have had plenty this year
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Old 15 November 2011, 10:14   #12
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sitting on the pot trying to make a dump with a lap top is not the same as reading a paper mag
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Old 15 November 2011, 10:20   #13
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..... and the paper mag is more practical if the roll runs out!
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Old 15 November 2011, 12:54   #14
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Yup .. Penthouse and 40plus are far smoother

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nothing like flicking through a Magazine with a cuppa in yea hand
Cuppa!! you must be getting old
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Old 15 November 2011, 16:03   #15
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I'm an online subscriber now. Its not too bad to flick through and if you have an ipad then even easier I should think.

I found it useful that if you want to print a few pages you can do.

I agree though that a nicely printed magazine is better to read.
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Old 16 November 2011, 04:29   #16
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how do the prices compair between on line and the phyisical mag
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What are yis like?

Any fashion tips lads? Celeb gossip?

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Any fashion tips lads? Celeb gossip?

It seems according to the fashion page that one should not-wear your pants on top of your ocean suit!
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I can say that the qaulity of the paper inside the mag is shocking. RIB Magazine, ordered a new paper along with the other titles Oyster House publishes, according to a sample given by their printers. It turned out that once RIB and one other mag was printed on it it looked and felt aweful.

I know dad is in discussion with the printers working to resolve this for the next issue, far from going south and although working on the online editions also, RIB I know is here to stay and has lots in store from what Ive seen, along with RIBEX so no need to fear it following the sad news of Sportsboat.

Hopefully that paper will not be in the next issue. Although I do not work for the magazine, nor can I speak for dad regards the magazine, the above is what Ive observed when popping into their office.
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I contacted the Editor, he said they were not happy with the paper quality so the next issues will be using the glossy paper as before.
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