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My space for storing paper magazines is full, so I decided that when
it was time to renew Threads, I'd buy the electronic version.  The
time came, and not one of the begging letters I received offered the
slightest hint as to how I might research into finding some sort of a
link to a way to find out how to buy the electronic version.  So I let
my subscription lapse.

Today, on impulse, I spent a few seconds on the site some
"professional Web designer" made for Threads, and I'm no longer sorry
that I can't buy an e-book subscription.


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Re: Threads Magazine
On Thursday, August 20, 2015 at 6:07:06 PM UTC-5, Joy Beeson wrote:
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That bad, huh?

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"Joy Beeson"  wrote in message  


My space for storing paper magazines is full, so I decided that when
it was time to renew Threads, I'd buy the electronic version.  The
time came, and not one of the begging letters I received offered the
slightest hint as to how I might research into finding some sort of a
link to a way to find out how to buy the electronic version.  So I let
my subscription lapse.

Today, on impulse, I spent a few seconds on the site some
"professional Web designer" made for Threads, and I'm no longer sorry
that I can't buy an e-book subscription.


--  
joy beeson at comcast dot net
http://wlweather.net/PAGEJOY/
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Re: Threads Magazine
On 21/08/2015 8:06 AM, Joy Beeson wrote:
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:-(((  I used to really love Thread but it's not cheap to buy in  
Australia and the quality i snto wha tit once was.

I try to avoid even looking for it in the newsagents because I know if I  
see it, I'll buy it. I just bought the latest one (180) and it cost me  
$A16.99 and there wasn't even much in it - the old back copies are more  
meaty when it comes to good content.


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You can get the archive version of Threads on DVD -- it's basically just the old magazine articles  
transferred as is, mostly photos and all, minus ads.  http://www.tauntonstore.com/2013-threads-archive-031046.html
At least the shipping to Australia should be reasonable!

Kay

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Re: Threads Magazine
On 24/08/2015 1:40 AM, Kay Lancaster wrote:
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I still have a huge archive of the original mags in my sewing room all  
stored in magazine holders (most of the time).  It's only in the past  
few years that I've tried to stop myself from buying them.


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You do understand this is a major violation of Taunton's copyright, yes?






Re: Threads Magazine
Kay Lancaster wrote:
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http://preview.tinyurl.com/Joes-flag

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Someone sent them to me - someone here was looking for them -  

Re: Threads Magazine
On Friday, August 28, 2015 11:27 AM,
rather than posting a public critique, wrote:

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Yes.  http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/bullshit

Or, if you prefer, "bovine excrement."

Synonyms for bullshit noun "nonsense, lies"
bull
crap
bunk
drivel
gibberish
guff
hogwash
nonsense
rubbish
baloney
bosh
bunkum
flim-flam
hokum
hooey
malarkey
moonshine
phooey
poppycock
posh

Your post clearly showed you were pirating copyrighted material.  
Your claim that "Someone sent them to me - someone here was looking  
for them -" was just a stinking pile of the above.

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No.

Welcome to Usenet, coward.  


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