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Excerpt: “I thought the Yankees would have hung you long before this, for harboring Rebs they found at your house. I suppose they never heard about your going to Colonel Martin’s to kill the Union soldier that was left by his company in their stable. Although you shot at me twice before I left you, I did not want to hear of your being hurt, and am glad you are still living.”

A group of escaped slaves in Virginia in 1862. Anderson of Big Spring, Tennessee, wrote to his former slave,Jourdan Anderson, and requested that he come back to work on his farm. Jourdan who, since being emancipated, had moved to Ohio, found paid work, and was now supporting his family responded spectacularly by way of the letter seen below (a letter which, according to newspapers at the time, he dictated).

Rather than quote the numerous highlights in this letter, I’ll simply leave you to enjoy it. Anderson, Big Spring, Tennessee

Sir: I got your letter, and was glad to find that you had not forgotten Jourdon, and that you wanted me to come back and live with you again, promising to do better for me than anybody else can. I have often felt uneasy about you. I thought the Yankees would have hung you long before this, for harboring Rebs they found at your house. I suppose they never heard about your going to Colonel Martin’s to kill the Union soldier that was left by his company in their stable. Although you shot at me twice before I left you, I did not want to hear of your being hurt, and am glad you are still living. It would do me good to go back to the dear old home again, and see Miss Mary and Miss Martha and Allen, Esther, Green, and Lee. Give my love to them all, and tell them I hope we will meet in the better world, if not in this. I would have gone back to see you all when I was working in the Nashville Hospital, but one of the neighbors told me that Henry intended to shoot me if he ever got a chance.

I want to know particularly what the good chance is you propose to give me. I am doing tolerably well here. I get twenty five dollars a month, with victuals and clothing; have a comfortable home for Mandy, the folks call her Mrs. Anderson, and the children Milly, Jane, and Grundy go to school and are learning well. The teacher says Grundy has a head for a preacher. They go to Sunday school, and Mandy and me attend church regularly. We are kindly treated. Sometimes we overhear others saying, “Them colored people were slaves” down in Tennessee. The children feel hurt when they hear such remarks; but I tell them it was no disgrace in Tennessee to belong to Colonel Anderson. Many darkeys would have been proud, as I used to be, to call you master. Now if you will write and say what wages you will give me, I will be better able to decide whether it would be to my advantage to move back again.

As to my freedom, which you say I can have, there is nothing to be gained on that score, as I got my free papers in 1864 from the Provost Marshal General of the Department of Nashville. Mandy says she would be afraid to go back without some proof that you were disposed to treat us justly and kindly; and we have concluded to test your sincerity by asking you to send us our wages for the time we served you. This will make us forget and forgive old scores, and rely on your justice and friendship in the future. I served you faithfully for thirty two years, and Mandy twenty years. At twenty five dollars a month for me, and two dollars a week for Mandy, our earnings would amount to eleven thousand six hundred and eighty dollars. Add to this the interest for the time our wages have been kept back, and deduct what you paid for our clothing, and three doctor’s visits to me, and pulling a tooth for Mandy, and the balance will show what we are in justice entitled to. Please send the money by Adams’s Express, in care of V. Winters, Esq., Dayton, Ohio. If you fail to pay us for faithful labors in the past, we can have little faith in your promises in the future. We trust the good Maker has opened your eyes to the wrongs which you and your fathers have done to me and my fathers, in making us toil for you for generations without recompense. Here I draw my wages every Saturday night; but in Tennessee there was never any pay day for the negroes any more than for the horses and cows. Surely there will be a day of reckoning for those who defraud the laborer of his hire.

In answering this letter, please state if there would be any safety for my Milly and Jane, who are now grown up, and both good looking girls. You know how it was with poor Matilda and Catherine. I would rather stay here and starve and die, if it come to that than have my girls brought to shame by the violence and wickedness of their young masters. You will also please state if there has been any schools opened for the colored children in your neighborhood. The great desire of my life now is to give my children an education, and have them form virtuous habits.
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FULTON COUNTY, Ga. Situated between two gravestones inside Lincoln Cemetery in Atlanta is a bright green patch of grass no gravestone, no name, no date.

“I’m just not ready to see her name on a headstone with an end date. I’m just not. I’m not ready to do that,” Katara Hamm said, with tears streaming down her face, about her daughter’s grave site.

“Headstones just make it so final like, that’s it; that’s over. I’m just not ready to see her name on a headstone. It’s hard enough for me to have to come to her grave and just. you know that’s your child under there and you can’t do anything about it.”

In the shadow of downtown Atlanta, a secret is tucked inside a quiet Fulton County community.

Just behind the front door of her grandparents’ College Park, Ga., home in an easygoing neighborhood hanging on the edge of a wooded backdrop, 17 year old Randisha Love was murdered.

Hamm, 40, found her daughter when she came home, shot five times in the face and torso on Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2016. Without closure, answers and an arrest, it’s a sight she is haunted by every single day.

The ending to Love’s story remains a mystery for police since nothing was taken; she was not sexually assaulted; there were no signs of forced entry no obvious motive for her murder.

“This pain is an explainable pain that I feel every day and I just can’t even explain the way I feel because I’m just so hurt; and I’m angry because they felt the need to take my daughter’s life and there’s no reason that they could tell me why they did it. And I will never understand it. Never. Never.

In her mom’s phone, as “Pookie,” Love said: “Im on the bus.”

“Ok love you the have a great day,” followed by dozens of heart, crown and kissing emojis.

“Love you too.”

More colorful emojis close out their conversation.

Love taught her mom how to use emojis, she giggled. It was almost like a secret language between them adding that extra touch of love and hugs and kisses. Hamm looked forward to getting those text messages from her teenage daughter each day.

But, now, every day that her phone remains silent, sans pings to indicate she’s received a new text message, is a day that her heart breaks a little more.

That day in 2016 that started with heart emoji filled text messages, would end in a way that would shatter her mother’s world and baffle detectives.

Love was the second oldest of four children and her mother’s only daughter. She and her family had just moved with her grandparents in College Park that meant a new school, new neighbors and new friends for Love and her two of her three brothers one was already in college. She was a junior at Westlake High School.

But one staple in her life was ROTC. She could not wait to join the military, especially because she knew it would save her mom money for college.

“She was like, ‘Well, when I join the Air Force, I’m going to go because they say it will help me pay for my college as well as for my younger brother. So, mom, you won’t have to worry about what you just went through with my brother, with sending him to college.’ She said, ‘Don’t worry, I got you.’ And those words will forever stick with me because I know that all she wanted to do was help people,” Hamm said. They talked for a few minutes and shared a giggle or two.

“We were laughing with each other, and I’m happy it was a laughing conversation. I had bought her a burger or something to eat when she got out of school the next day, but my son ate it and she was like, ‘I’m gonna get him,’ and that’s what we were laughed about. because he would always eat her stuff.”

The call ended with, “Love you, mommy.”

“I love you too,” Hamm remembered saying into her phone.

But, Hamm could have had no idea that that would be the last time she would ever talk to her daughter.

She called Love, but with no answer.

It wasn’t too strange for her daughter not to answer, however, because she had been known to listen to her music with ear buds in and would not hear her phone ring, Hamm said.
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Elizabeth Moritz does her homework. When she began her search for a postdoctoral fellowship in her final year of graduate school, she started a blog, in part to get advice from around the globe. Any time she saw an interesting paper in a journal’s ‘table of contents’ e mail, she jotted down the laboratory name. Eventually she had a list of 20 30 labs, which she eventually pared down to six applications reading everything she could about those labs, looking up students she knew at those institutions, recalling meeting posters or talks from those groups.

“I applied to all big name scientists, who get bombarded,” says Moritz, a microbiology graduate student at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. “So I just wanted the chance to get my foot in the door and then I’d be fine once the interview was in my hands.”

Moritz, who landed a postdoc at Harvard Medical School in Boston, Massachusetts, had the right attitude, say lab heads, because her diligent background research aimed to answer the question, ‘What do I want to get out of my postdoc?’. Although they are short term assignments, postdoc positions should be viewed as stepping stones to a longer term independent career whether in academia, industry or another science related post.

For that reason, it is hard to overstate the importance of the postdoc application. It is the fledgling scientist’s bid to get noticed to gain a phone or in person interview with labs. Background research, a carefully crafted curriculum vitae (CV) and cover letter, and personalization of each application will open doors. Form letters and typos will get applicants nowhere.

There is no ‘right’ way to apply, say both successful postdocs and supervisors. Still, busy senior scientists screen dozens or even hundreds of applications a year. And there are common refrains as to what catches their eye, how they single out applicants to pursue and what red flags may send a CV straight into the rubbish bin.

Toby Franks knew he wanted to switch from the RNA processing field to a cell biology topic for his postdoc. But he had little idea where to start. “I wanted to apply to proven, top notch labs where I was going to have the success and track record of the people coming out of these labs,” he says.

Franks went to the large annual meeting of the American Society for Cell Biology about 9 months before the date he hoped to start a postdoc, and made a list of the labs whose speakers most impressed him. He notes that some powerhouse labs that caught his interest required applications more like 12 18 months in advance. He applied to five labs and, in the end, secured a postdoc at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies in La Jolla, California. This approach works for some, but carries the risk of having to make a series of applications if initial attempts fall through.

Moritz says she preferred sending simultaneous applications to six labs, which allowed her to have interviews in person with potential employers and lab colleagues before she made her decision.

With a short list of labs in hand, it is time to put together the actual application. The vast majority are simply sent by e mail to lab heads, but some students still prefer to send a paper packet investigators don’t generally mind, as long as they have a quick way to reach applicants via e mail. An application typically consists of a cover letter introducing the applicant and his or her reasons for joining this particular lab; a CV outlining education, publication record, honours and accomplishments; and three referees who will provide supportive letters of recommendation on request (see ‘Postdoc application to do list’). Some students also include a research summary of their graduate work; others incorporate this into their cover letter.

A little preparation goes a long way at this stage. Consider taking a workshop on writing cover letters and CVs, have senior colleagues review them, and proofread them carefully. “It’s a total turn off if the CV and cover letter are littered with mistakes,” says Larry Goldstein, director of the stem cell programme at the University of California, San Diego. Many supervisors say they look for other hints of talent and promise.

“I personally don’t put too much weight on the CV,” says Martin Hetzer, Franks’s postdoctoral adviser at the Salk Institute. “I’d rather pay someone who has the potential to be successful.” Hetzer and others say that they factor in the size of the home institution and the resources available to the student’s graduate laboratory. Other lab heads suggest that applicants list experiences that illustrate other responsibilities such as sitting on graduate school or department committees or hosting seminar speakers.

Applicants should highlight what they hope to accomplish in general in a postdoc position. Specific details of projects should be left for the interview. Agneta Nordenskjld, a genetics researcher at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, advises spelling out your contributions to a graduate research project. “Write it in a way that says, ‘I did this’ or ‘My part of the project was’, especially if you did something outstanding,” she says.

Those applying after taking a break from science must work harder to convince a lab head. Kristofor Langlais had been teaching high school science at a ski academy in Vermont when he applied for postdoc positions in the Washington DC area.

After extensive research into each lab’s publications, websites and even annual reports, he wrote his cover letters from the angle of someone already in the lab. He mentioned specific results he found interesting and the next natural steps the lab might take. “I tried to make it sound like I could walk in that day and be self sufficient immediately.” He spent 20 hours or more on each application and his strategy paid off he had four phone interviews, and ended up in a molecular genetics fellowship at the US National Institute of Child Health and Human Development in Bethesda, Maryland.

Likewise, when Xiaoli Du was finishing up her doctorate at Peking Union Medical College in Beijing, she knew she would need to send applications to 30 40 labs if she wanted to obtain a postdoc in the United States. But she avoided the form letter strategy. “‘Dear Professor’ does not show respect or that you are really interested in their lab,” she says. Instead, she personalized each application and stated how her training and experience would distinguish her from other applicants. Her hard work led to a postdoc at the US National Cancer Institute in Bethesda, Maryland. Du suggests attending international meetings to make first contact with potential advisers.

Few things, though, confer more of an advantage than secured funding. “If a postdoc has their own fellowship, they can write their application to me in crayon and I’ll take them,” says Phil Baran, an organic chemist at the Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla, California. Unfunded applicants should assure the lab head that they have checked on specific fellowship possibilities and outline a plan to apply for them.

There are some definite ‘wrong ways’ to apply. Goldstein, whose e mail inbox is so overloaded that his system sends an automated response to direct queries to assistants and lab managers, says there is no room for red flags in the competitive arena. Avoid telling personal life woes, bad mouthing previous labs or advisers or expressing a desire to work at night so that you can surf during the day. Explain gaps in a CV or publication record.

“Anything that signals the person is a prima donna, no matter how great they are, I don’t go for,” says Ken Yamada, laboratory chief at the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research in Bethesda, Maryland. “Does a genuine passion, drive, and hunger for research come through in their letters or on the phone?” asks Yamada. “Would they be doing the same thing if they were suddenly independently wealthy?”
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There are hundreds of models on display at the Hamburg Fairgrounds through January 28, from six different local dealers, competing with each other to offer you the best deals.

is the time to buy, said Kim Watson, owner of Mantelli Trailer Sales. is the time that the dealers really want to get the season moving. We’re offering special discounts; the banks are here offering special rates. a little bit of everything for everyone, added Jesse Tybor, saleman for Skyline RV.

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When you see the RVs, you may be amazed how much they can fit into them, thanks to clever engineering.

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The ALiner trailer from Mantelli Trailer Sales folds out in a large space, with a bed, kitchen, and even a toilet, but folds down flat for towing and travel.

The models at the 2018 show come in every shape and size, all the way up to a 400 square foot Park Model.

A big trend this year, though, is tiny trailers that can be towed behind the average car with a hitch. have what called the Teardrop trailers, and there are several here at the show, Watson said.

Also big at this year show are trailers offering throw back designs with modern comforts.

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New models now offer everything from bluetooth speakers to solar panels to satellite TV for your outdoor flat screens. the Jetsons in 2018, Tybor said.

Tybor admits, it getting hard to call some of the high end RVs these days. you know, this is my kind of roughing it, he laughed.

If you want to check the latest models out for yourself, you can head to the Hamburg Fairgrounds through January 28. Admission and parking are free. In order to comment here, you acknowledge you have read and agreed to our Terms of Service. Commenters who violate these terms, including use of vulgar language or racial slurs, will be banned. Please be respectful of the opinions of others. If you see an inappropriate comment, please flag it for our moderators to review.
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One year ago, I would have cried about this. Now, with probably the right influence. I think. This is very entertaining to read thanks to influence from Yomi. Of course, with the repetitive and stringed together as many times as possible in a single sentence shows how awesome and smart they are!

Anyway. I want to take this apart. This is fun. I swear it is because it doesn make sense.

Well, you were um, brave( enough to leave this behind. Be proud of yourself! Good job, my boy! I mean girl.

you bitch. what a fucked up fic. Yeah, see the pun

No I don see your pun. Apologies. Hint: Capitalize the in and the in Capitalization is always important to keep in my mind.

Have a fuck of a life time! Oh, there it is!

What is “it” Life time I thought it was suppose to be “lifetime”. At least you tried, right you ass, have a good time being a bitch whore, does your mom write this badley too is the bitch though Yes, I a fanwhore, but I don know who whore I am. Perhaps identifying the proper noun and then shifting the proper to the improper noun might make understanding much easier. No, my mom does not write at all. She mainly reads.

is this where you got your shity talents spelled incorrectly. The at the beginning of the sentence of should be capitalized. My parents do not write stories if that is what you mean. I discovered that ability on my own. Thank you for asking. I feel appreciated :)!

Or maybe you fucked your relatives and somehow got it from them.

As a sane, normal sophomore, now to be a junior, I do not practive incest, but since you brought up quite shamelessly, I may assume you do. As common knowledge, you cannot inherit wonderful traits by having sex with someone. If the world was that easy, then I would be passing Chemistry with a B right now :)!

Oh. And please do capitalize the in Commas should placed appropriately between and It is unclear where your verb or subject or even a consistent subject verb agreement lie.

Note I know some of you read it already on my livejournal but I felt like posting it here too

This can be totally opened for debate and I love to argue about this. No flames because I know this can be argued over intelligently.

Okay, so you can call me a pro feminist. Sort of. Perhaps many yaoi and shounen ai fans can relate since I dislike this as much as they do.

Anime girls. Video game girls. EVERYWHERE. SMILES. BIG EYES. SMILES.

Such a clear representation of what girls truly are. Right. I am not saying portraying girls/women like that is wrong, but there has been too much of it and too many of “us” support it.

Now to continue to the whoring part of this section.

No, I do not harbor “secret jealousy in the very deep dark corners of my mind” but it irritates me to find that the string of female leads in all anime appear to be the same. Of course, we have some that do not fall in this category like Haruna(o Sakura of Naruto and Tifa Lockheart of Final Fantasy VII.

A familiarity or exact similarity appears in all anime female characters like the large tendency to be damsel in distress, somewhat flawless of error, exists in a perfect enviornment, and when possessing power to fight, never faces the dirt nor ever suffers wounds that would damage the SMILING, perfect face of the anime girl.

Of course, X/1999 Yuzuriha (who has tasted dirt and blood), Clover Suu (suicidal by taking the park down with her), and Samurai X Tomoe (who is dramatic without having to whine, bitch, scream about it).

What is my point so many anime have been having cliched characters that are redundant over and over yet no one seems to notice. The male characters do not seem to bear that much of a problem always bearing the most human quality traits. Why is it that the female lead must be so perfect and why do girl fans love that yet complain about magazine models perfect complexions puzzles me.

And those who support the flat, dull, and perfect picture of the female lead do not seem to have any concrete reason to support their fandom except for an “I don know” response.

So what happened to the girl that can kick ass without needing to be dependent on a guy What happened to the girl that can kick ass, look good ,but does not need to say any words to prove that (excluding Faye Valentine and Julia of Cowboy Bebop and Haruko Haruhana of FLCL)

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Moreover, they added, Bartee was “unarmed, and made no attempts to flee the vehicle or the scene. Police found no weapons or other contraband in Mr. Bartee’s possession or inside of the vehicle.”

After Bartee was rushed to Orlando Regional Medical Center, surgeons “removed the bullet and multiple bullet fragments from his chest and right lung,” they added.

He was discharged from ORMC after posting bond and now, his attorneys say, he “faces a long and painful road to recovery.”

‘Cedric is a good child!’

Little could be learned about Bartee beyond his criminal background and his attempt at a new career.

In February 2013, Bartee completed 1,200 hours of cosmetology school at Winter Park’s Fortis College.

He graduated and applied for a license. On July 18, 2013, the state Board of Cosmetology denied his request, citing his criminal history.

He has been arrested more than 20 times since he was 13.

“Cedric is a good child!” according to Lakesha Rich Bartee, who declined to elaborate. Other family members couldn’t be reached.

He was arrested on a charge of grand theft of a motor vehicle in the Dec. 8 incident.

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Shortly before his 21st birthday, Bartee was sentenced to 28 months in prison for burglary, criminal mischief and retail theft charges in Orange and Osceola counties, records show.

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When deputies arrived, they found a hole in the wall of an attached shed.

Deputies opened the shed door and found Bartee and another man inside with an ax they used to break in. A revolver was found on the other man.

In Osceola County, Bartee was charged with retail theft for stealing shoes from the Nike Clearance Store in Kissimmee on Nov. 11, 2006.

Bartee and three others took shoes off the rack, stuffed them in their pants and walked out, records alleged.

When deputies searched Bartee, he had four pairs of shoes in his pants with a combined value of $185.

He went to prison in December 2007, spending most of his time at Jackson Correctional Institute in the Panhandle. He was released in December 2008. There were no discipline problems during his time, records show.

In a later arrest, Bartee stole Timberland boots from a Burlington Coat Factory in east Orange County in September 2012.

He and another man removed seven boots about $559 total from the boxes and placed them in a white plastic bag. For that grand theft charge, Bartee served 240 days in Orange County Jail.
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Football magazines have been around since 1951 when Charles Buchan Football Monthly was first published. There had been football publications of one sort or another prior to this, mostly in black and white newspaper formats, but Buchan self published title was the first we would recognise as a magazine today.

Its popularity it sold an incredible 250,000 copies per issue ensured that more such publications would follow, most notably World Soccer which launched in 1960 and is still running 58 years later.

The late saw such legendary titles as Goal and Shoot hit the newsagents along with the Football League Review, Jimmy Hill Football Weekly and others that came and went.

Each title took a different approach. Some were news based; others more features orientated. By the early 1970s Shoot and Goal were simply massive, each shifting a muscular 220,000 copies every week!

The and saw Match, When Saturday Comes, 90 Minutes, The Footballer, FourFourTwo and Total Football, among many others. Some continue to this day, while others lasted months and years.

Every football fan loved magazines for the uncontroversial reason that they were entertaining and informative. They provided a more in depth look at the game than was available on TV or radio. Broadcast football media was pretty thin gruel until the and so you topped up your hit of football with your favourite magazines.

These days, the big sales numbers have gone, apart from for World Soccer whose Wikipedia page suggests a circulation of 331,000 in 2013, though I find that a little hard to believe. FourFourTwo shifts 50k ish, WSC does 20k ish.

For me, as a young subscriber to Shoot and Goal and a teenage fan of World Soccer, it was the photos which really captured my imagination. They showed me distant places in Italy, Argentina and Cowdenbeath and in that, provoked my imagination and a sense of romance about football. These magazines inculcated an innate sense of collectivism in me, they showed me how we were all one, bound together by our love of the game; all staring at the action on the pitch, wherever we were in the world, both near or far.

Mags like Shoot had unintentionally funny interviews with players asking for their favourite music and food etc. In the they all liked Elton John and Neil Diamond, prawn cocktail, steak and chips and black forest gateau. In the they all loved Dire Straits and Phil Collins, prawn cocktail, steak and chips and black forest gateau. In the it was Bryan Adams and Wet Wet Wet, prawn cocktail, steak and chips and black forest gateau.

In the 1980s there was a blurring between the approach of fanzines and magazines with the publishing of When Saturday Comes. Hugely influential, even its title was both romantic and poetic, suggesting the start of something as yet unknown. It fundamentally understood that there was a desire for intelligent football writing about something other than the mainstream, big club norm. It is impossible to overstate the importance of WSC in the culture of football media in UK. Even now, it feels ahead of the curve. There was simply nothing as radical and well informed as WSC in the world of British football. I not sure there even is now.

The brilliant thing about all magazines is how they visually reflect the era that gave birth to them. The fonts used, the layout, the colours chosen all very much reflect the culture the publication existed in.

This is the first Shoot cover. Note boys Disgraceful and the sort of deeply ingrained sexism that we still need to fight to this day.

There was also the start of the season league table ladders. Early on in Shoot these were card tags which you slotted into a league table. Later they were more sticky, plastic things. The excitement these created in our young selves will never be matched by anything made of 0s and 1s. This was proper interactive media which required you to note the scores and move the teams up and down the league. Because the team tags were always in the club colours, it was also a brilliant way to learn all 92 Football League club strips and it amazing how deep that went, to the extent that even today, I can still recall that Hamilton Academicals played in red and white, Motherwell in amber and maroon, Barrow in white and blue

It interesting how magazines fitted into the routines of our lives from an early age. We all knew the days the new issues came out. They were our thing. A little bit of culture that was all our own that we could keep and collect in our bedrooms. And even in adulthood, there nothing better than picking up a magazine at the station to read on a long train journey; a reconnection to our childhood and once again we are little, absorbing every word and staring at each picture. So this week contributions were full of the warm glow of the memory of good times.

to love 90 minutes, first mainstream football mag that took the pss and had fun. bought Match from Frankley services on the M5 coming home from holiday. I was 9. I remember feeling excited reading it as it was just ahead of the new season ( With today blanket coverage, I wonder if kids today have quite the same sense of anticipation I used to feel at that age with weeklies like Match and Shoot. Age is probably part of it, but I suspect our instant gratification culture has eroded things in this respect. That life, I guess! wrote into Match letters section back in 2000 after Jack Walker died. Not only did they print my tribute but Mark Bright replied to it in the same section. Can feel that buzz now. Pre Twitter, those mags provided a great channel between kids and people in the sport. Minutes was a great magazine in the early even if my parents never realised I was probably a bit too young for it. 90 Minutes and Total Football a little later. However it Topical Times annuals that I blame for knowing random things about football. Proper journalism aimed at football fans young and probably old too. Not a or in sight. Thank goodness. lucky enough to remember Charles Buchan Football Monthly. There used to be a Popular Book Centre in New Cross where you could buy and part exchange magazines of all kinds. I bought a of annual from Amazon and remembered loads of the content. Bliss!. Minutes. Bit edgy, a move away from the posters and bland interviews of the other mags, some snark, the Fools Panel predictions. Absolutely loved it. In our tiny corner of the world at school, we 90 Minutes ers felt ourselves superior to the Match/Shoot crowd. and Match were the kids equivalent of the Radio and TV Times. Couldn only read one, had to have both. Just thinking about them now makes me feel 10 years old. Too much coverage of football these days. me, World Soccer and FourFourTwo stand out as well as WSC. I started with World Soccer just under 20 years ago and there nothing like it for giving you an insight into the game in far flung places, and making you aware of some amazing (upcoming) players. first heard of players like Krancjar, Cesc, Sigurdsson, Palermo and Zlatan in their hallowed pages. Their depth of knowledge and research really is amazing if you into football outside of your own country. Saturday Comes. An absolute joy to read. bedroom wall was covered in posters from Shoot and Match! When Italian football started on Channel 4, I added World Soccer into the rotation. The good old days when we were borderline starved of football news, as opposed to being turned into fing foie gras with it. was always a big fan of 90 Minutes. Much like Football365 it blended serious articles with light humour and never took itself too seriously. I remember writing in as letter of the week won a free pair of Adidas Predator boots. After 90 Minutes I moved on to When Saturday Comes. It also once came with a free copy of the NME and I held a subscription of that from around 1994 1999. I grew up, FourFourTwo was a great subscription each month. So many excellent features and pieces, particularly ahead of each season and major tournaments. I will certainly be buying this month Football special. was massive for me as a kid. Lived opposite a newsagent so thoroughly believed I was often first in the country to get a copy. The pop out card t shirt league ladders before each season were fantastic. Until I lost them all by the end of August. genuinely thought players wrote their own columns in Shoot. Loved the free cardboard league table at start of each season with team tabs you moved up and down after each set of results well what else was there to do in the from Roy of the Rovers, to Match/Shoot, to WSC and the Onion Bag and loved them all. Between football mags and Smash Hits/NME and sweets/fags I spent 95% of my disposable income at newsagents age 10 to 17. Haven been in one for years. me it has to be the wonderful Charles Buchan Football Monthly, which I think was the first real football mag. I need to say is are the referee obsessed with Shoot, in the Glenn Hoddle years especially. They did a special on his new boots with extra stud for better turning. I never seen anything like it in a magazine. memories of Match back in the a must have primarily to take all the posters and plaster them onto the bedroom wall much to my parents chagrin publication has come close to providing the sheer joy that kid me once felt at completing an entire team of Match Mega Posters. Halcyon days. World Soccer in the mid to late improves my knowledge of world football immensely and helped with finding bargains on Championship manager! to read my brother Shoot! Nobby, Football Funnies, You Are The Ref, Super Focus, Tartan Talk remember in the mid 70s the latter had a title font which was like the Goodies logo, only in tartan. a kid, loved reading the results and tables sections, just so much information crammed in. remember a 442 from about 96 maybe that had an interview with Gianluca Vialli in it and I used the picture of his face to cover my maths book. media saturation of football, Shoot and Match were the only way to get some insight into your club and players.

Magazines have a future if they get their content right. When Saturday Comes is a brilliant publication, full of original intelligent and passionate writing and it knows its market well after 32 years.

Even in the digital age, we still all love to hold something in our hands. Reading a football magazine is an entirely different experience to reading on a computer. It feels analogue warm. You can collect them and build them your own archive of publications. They help you document your progress through life and remind you of times long gone, that otherwise you would forget. And it not just the articles and news in them, it also the adverts and the style of print type that sends you back down the vista of years. They are both sporting and cultural history. They are entertainment and information. And perhaps most importantly of all, in an age suffering an existential crisis born of its innate shallow disposability, they offer some permanence. No website can ever offer you that.

In 2018 we are adrift in a sea of information that matters so little to us, that means so little to us, that we are not even prepared to pay a small fee to read it, no matter how great it is. No one ever expected a magazine to be free and no one expects it to this day. That because we respect something material. Psychologically, it feels more real and more worthwhile.

Football magazines by their very existence stand against the throwaway digital society. The best ones give life more depth, more heft, more enjoyment. And, y’know what? Somehow, in the digital age, they now seem kind of modern. Long may they thrive.
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