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December 06, 2007

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Jen, writer MembershipMillionaire.com

Are the pages really only in black and white? Or is that only a portion of the magazine. I'm still a big fan of magazines. Back where I come from, we have glossy magazines all over the stands. The whole blog thing hasn't really proliferated the nation yet. But I'm just curious about that issue of Esquire. Guess I'll check it out on my own.

Marcus

Hi Jen - thanks for dropping by

It's just the back section, around ten pages or so, called 'The Information' - see point 9 in the post. I really like its nostalgic feel!

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