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January 2004

"Drying Snot"

A little over a year ago I became an NOR subscriber, and have read much of every issue since. What amazes me about your magazine is that, while I very often share your point of view, after reading it I always feel the need to take a bath. The sarcastic vitriol burns and your self-righteous denunciations cling like drying snot. Cancel my subscription.

Christopher Buczek

New York, New York

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