Geoffrey Long
Tip of the Quill: Archives
Case in point.

The 20th anniversary issue of Vanity Fair, from September 2003, doesn't get to the actual content until 173 pages in. IN the first 173 pages, they get through the table of contents, the contributors' profiles, and the letters. One hundred and seventy-three pages worth of glossy ads taking up my shelf space. Ugh. See ya.

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