|Hi! I just strolled in from the internet to find
an incredibly funny, sarcastic, and informative magazine about QB. Wow! You
guys rock! I can't believe it! I'm going to have to sell all my possessions
to send it to you guys so you make the second issue quicker! Would it help
if I sold my firstborn into slavery? And the site designs! They're soooo cool!
I've never seen blue, green, grey, and Small Fonts used on the same page
together! When I grow up, I want to be just like you!
Guy Incognito(and definitely not SJ Zero making up letters), from the internet(and
not localhost at all!)
Hello Guy Incognito, and definitely not SJ Zero making up letters
because he's in a hurry, good to hear you liked the mag! You don't
need to sell your first born to help us out Guy Incognito(not SJ Zero at
all), there are plenty of ways to help. If you have some writing ability(and
a sense of humor), you can submit articles, and if you don't, just send
us a letter telling us how much you love or hate us! The E-Mail address is
at the bottom of this page. You can also tell your freinds about QBXL, so
we can become a spooky pop sensation! Thanks for the letter Guy Incognito(and
not SJ Zero at all).
have to say that I think the idea of writting about qb from a humorous point
is a neat and fresh idea. I really like the intro and all of page one.
However, I found the reviews a little dull... no screenshots, no link to download
and no explanation of the review system. And maybe you should split
up the reviews in paragraphs and make the first line of them bold or
something. I think this mag needs a little more qb stuff instead of
ramblings :P or maybe both if possible. Like a normal qb mag, just with
a more humerous perspective. I know you're able to deliver it - I've seen
Joakim_ar, from the internet
I'm not sure where you come from, but rambling incoherently
is what made this country great. Getting an assortment of people rambling
incoherently at once together in a hate-filled magazine is protected by international
law, it's so important!
The history of rambling in magazines has a long and storied past, starting
in the Stone Age. Rather than divulge the secret of the wheel to his opponents,
Og the Caveman(a genius by any standards), decided to just ramble on at length
in his cave paintings, Fast forward to Ancient Egypt, where, instead of putting
interesting factoids about the people they were burying on Pharohs tombs,
he just rambles at length about what he's going to do to anyone who steals
his treasures. Fast forward to today, where President George W. Bush speaks
at length about nothing in paticular, his only purpose seemingly to eat up
airtime with stolen World War 2 phrases thrown out with no regard for international
As for the other suggestions, it was FAR too late to rewrite the entire magazine
at this point, since it was virtually on the presses, so we're just going
to have to take the advice into account next issue. Maybe. If we're not cranky.
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