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Discountmags has the following magazines on sale this weekend.
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  • Sound & Vision- $5.75
  • Outdoor Life- $4
  • Conde Nast Traveler- $4.50

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Popular Science = Popular Politics just be aware of this.

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Are you serious? I grew up reading this, and don't remember it ever having any politics of any kind in there. Is this something recent?
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I think I signed up 2 yrs ago for $5. I never read the magazines, so they just piled up in the corner.

Now that my library offers free online magazine reading, I don't think I need this anymore.
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Are you serious? I grew up reading this, and don't remember it ever having any politics of any kind in there. Is this something recent?
Yes, I am serious. I grabbed a subscription from one of the super cheap deals on here and I threw them away after reading political BS.

Here's one article as an example after a quick search. There's more, I promise. The same applies to Popular Mechanics.

https://www.popsci.com/radical-po...cognition/
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Yes, I am serious. I grabbed a subscription from one of the super cheap deals on here and I threw them away after reading political BS.

Here's one article as an example after a quick search. There's more, I promise. The same applies to Popular Mechanics.

https://www.popsci.com/radical-po...cognition/
LOL, that's not political in and of itself. It's science about politics, and it's valid whether you like it or not.
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LOL, that's not political in and of itself. It's science about politics, and it's valid whether you like it or not.
Intelligent responses don't start with "LOL"

This is your first and only comment. I think that's proof it's political because you were triggered enough by the truth to respond. The magazine IS political beside they take sides on political topics so that's not science.
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Yes, I am serious. I grabbed a subscription from one of the super cheap deals on here and I threw them away after reading political BS.

Here's one article as an example after a quick search. There's more, I promise. The same applies to Popular Mechanics.

https://www.popsci.com/radical-po...cognition/
That's not political in and of itself. It's science about politics, and it's valid whether you like it or not.

(Not my first comment. And I concur.)
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That's not political in and of itself. It's science about politics, and it's valid whether you like it or not.

(Not my first comment. And I concur.)
Covering political topics and choosing the same side over and over again isn't political? LOL OK
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