A New Low for Sports Illustrated


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Re: A New Low for Sports Illustrated

Postby berkeley » Sun Dec 16, 2012 2:28 pm

On a somewhat heartening and slightly related note, I was in a doctor's office the other day and saw the two most recent copies of T&FN among the other magazines. OK, full disclosure - he was a podiatrist specializing in runners' injuries. Still, I expected to see Runner's World but not our Bible.
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Re: A New Low for Sports Illustrated

Postby G.Ahearn » Thu Dec 20, 2012 2:29 pm

. . . .And we are not too surprised to see the SFH story as a Sports Illustrated "top story" today, are we?
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Re: A New Low for Sports Illustrated

Postby Marlow » Thu Dec 20, 2012 2:35 pm

berkeley wrote:On a somewhat heartening and slightly related note, I was in a doctor's office the other day and saw the two most recent copies of T&FN among the other magazines.

Was browsing my local Books-a-Million today, and there, half hidden behind the Running World copies, were 6 pristine January 2013 Track & Field News issues!! I pulled them out and put them prominently in the front of the rack. :D
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Re: A New Low for Sports Illustrated

Postby Daisy » Sat Dec 22, 2012 3:58 pm

I was at Barnes and Noble and found TFN for the first time. They were stuffed at the back of the rack. Obviously I pulled them out and put them in the front :)
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