The Magazine's riddle: the solution

Rod Downey

Message 58591 · 5 May 2010 12:47:55 · Fixed-width font · Whole thread

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Hi all,

I must admit that now I have got to the stage that this is
becoming very surreal. At the time I saw the original post,
I though that Andrea must be trying to wind us up, as
nobody could read that much into such an innocent and rather funny
cover. But it is so serious. Covering becoming simpering etc.

Its just for fun. Blokes wrestle without bonking.
And who cares if they do anyway?
Its only dancing and its only a hobby.
It's just all for fun.
People should do this with us and be happier than before they discovered
SCD.

If we really want to get serious about this thread, then...

I mean its interesting to see the army on the cover of the SCD magazine,
why not. Certainly more interesting than yet another
ruined castle. But what about a cover with dancing in Japan?
What about dancing in Boston on the cover. Germany etc This is worldwide
SCD after all.

I would like a magazine I could show to my club here that would convince
them that they should all be members and this was really interesting to
them as a target audience. I am not convinced that I could do that with
the last one. Not the cover, but the contents. Do the people who make the
magazine ask the target audiences in e.g. Japan, New Zealand, Australia,
USA, Canada? I wonder.

rod

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