Among our new subscribers this week are
Cynthia R. Smith, and
J. A. McNerney.
Welcome aboard! We now have 1,322 subscribers.
Sorry for the late publication, folks. This issue is going out Monday afternoon instead of the usual late-night Sunday. We had a record-breaking snowstorm over the weekend (well over two feet), and lost power for nine hours, but that wasn't the problem. The problem was just a glitch on the Binhost servers that send out the newsletter. I was up late finishing it last night, but couldn't publish.
The problem has been fixed, and the delay enabled me to include a note about the latest issue of The Asylum. Between working my day job and shoveling snow I was unable to edit everyone's submissions this week. We'll get some of them into the next issue.
We've got some interesting topics this week, including the latest use of food coupons and the Super Bowl coin toss. To learn about the Dog Who Deserves a Medal and why early Red Books are so rare, read on.
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