Fred Rogers (fredrogers@VNET.IBM.COM)
Tue, 7 Feb 1995 14:03:58 EDT
On Mon, 6 Feb 1995 20:56:13 -0500, pratty <pratty@TIAC.NET> writes:
> Just curious. Is the Scouter's Journal alive or what? I just came across the
> premiere issue from Jan/Feb of 1994. Have they published any more? What did
> you think? Not bad from what I saw, but I would need to see a few more
> issues before I could even think about subscribing. Appreciate any feedback.
As far as I know, the premiere issue is the only one there is. A
couple of people I know got a copy (right, Pab?) and I was able to
take a look at it. I had signed up to receive a copy but have not yet
(in spite of having an article re-printed in the issue). The two
people that I know recieved the issue have names beginning with "A" and
"B". Maybe they just haven't reached "R" yet. It looked pretty good
but, as you pointed out, it's hard to tell with just the first issue.
> How about that snow in New England? Finally we can say its winter, and boy
> is it winter.
Yes, winter finally arrived a bit late. I got the opportunity to try
out the new snowblower and now I'm ready for spring, thank you.
Fred Rogers <email@example.com>
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City