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"You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say may be used against you in a court of law, newspapers, periodicals, radio, television, all electronic media, and technologies yet to be invented."
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A man with long beard is looking at Beard Monthly magazine which has a long centerfold featuring a long beard.
"Whoa, whoa, whoa, hold the phone. You're telling me that this whole time you've just been making up the horoscopes?"
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"The January issue comes out in October, the April issue comes out in January, the July issue comes out in April, and October issue comes out in July, but I don't have any of them."
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Man with long beard looks at centerfold in Beard Monthly magazine.
The Working Woman's Magazine
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Magazine Delivery Service: Warning - We Make Periodic Stops.
The No-News-Is-Good-News Gazette
After hundreds of submissions, he had finally been asked to lunch with the editor of the quarterly.
'Isn't this the paper that everybody reads?'
Dog bringing old newspaper to master
'We have only the current periodicals. For other issues, you might try the doctor's waiting room next door.'
"It's going to be an early fall. There's already a Back-To-School ad in the Farmers' Almanac!"