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Archive for December, 2011

 

We don’t need no steenking 2nd amendment

Tuesday, December 20th, 2011

I read every edition cover to cover, I read all Jackie’s Q & A’s. I have you in my Facebook feed. But nothing I have ever read has been as important as this second amendment article. It should be required reading for every person in congress. All students should read it. The government needs to remember that they work for us and that we don’t NEED them to tell us what to do.

Thank you for this. If I ever think about cancelling (not likely) I’ll remember that this one gem of information is worth more than I would pay in my lifetime. You’ve just given me, if you’ll pardon the reference, all the ammo I will ever need to go against the tide of gun control idiots!!

Thank you,

Dixie Dever

 

Kindle!

Monday, December 19th, 2011

I’ve always picked up Backwoods Home Magazine issue by issue at the bookstore.  I don’t know why I’ve never subscribed, but I wouldn’t miss an issue for anything.

My husband got me a Kindle for Christmas (and gave it to me early since I couldn’t stand the wait). I saw BHM would be available for Kindle and checked daily for access.  The minute it was available, I subscribed.  I love reading BHM on Kindle.  My arthritic hands find a Kindle easier to hold than a full sized magazine.

So…thank you, thank you, thank you for making my Kindle experience so worthwhile.  Now…if we could just get the Hardyville Tales and the BHM anthologies on Kindle.

Ruth E. Brown
Pennsylvania

Terrific! We’re working on the anthologies, and I’ll talk to Claire about putting Hardyville on Kindle. For those interested in my ongoing discussion with readers about BHM going on Kindle, you can refer to my blog.

Dave

 

John Silveira and Claire Wolfe

Monday, December 12th, 2011

WOW what a mag. John Silveira’s description of a Libertarian was great. He managed to hit all the bases in a very short article. And in ‘My view’ his treatise on Ron Paul true and accurate. I sure hope Claire Wolfe continues to write for you also. Apocalypse, when? was very eye opening. I’m retired and on a small budget, I’ve cut back on some of my magazines but yours is the best. All of your writers are great and Annie, you’re doing a great job.

I do have one request. How about an article on Pikeminnow fishing. I have heard some stories about some of those fisherman making a lot of money. If I could just pay off my mortgage it would really help. I almost went to try it myself this year but my wife is blind and would not go. Maybe if I could convince her it’s a real opportunity we might go in 2012. Or maybe it’s not?

Thanks anyway,

Keep up the good fight.

Dan Day in Tennessee (retired trucker)
Dolly says Hi

 
 


 
 

 
 
 
 
 
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