virus: Something remains missing

Reed Konsler (
Wed, 23 Jul 1997 10:48:35 -0400 (EDT)

>Date: Tue, 22 Jul 1997 19:41:52 -0700 (PDT)
>From: Eva-Lise Carlstrom <>
>On Tue, 22 Jul 1997, Eric Boyd wrote:
>> Wade T.Smith wrote:
>> > Personally, I have always enjoyed 'women's films'. There is always a
>> > great satisfaction in being presented with another side to a story. This
>> > perhaps is shared, and we are well on our way towards an enlightened and
>> > non sex-biased cinema....
>> I kinda like reading womens magazines, too. Especially the editorials
>> and advice from female perspectives. It's something to do with the
>> "Disipline of Translation", I think. I always feel real funny after
>> reading one of the magazines from cover to cover. Twisted meme sphere.
>Gee, I've always felt the same way.

Funny, I certianly identify more with "Cosmopolitan" and "Elle" than "Sports
Illustrated" and "Car and Driver".

Although, if you really want to know 10 new ways to climax, I suggest
"Science" or "Nature".

Actually, my fiancee and I both enjoy "Harpers" very much. How does
that classify?


Reed Konsler