Haha...Florida is probably more tax-friendly. Maybe? Funny observation!
Fascinating! Gregg's mother was a big fan of this magazine and I used to read her copies. I still occasionally pick up a copy.
A few Yankee transplants down there, pretty funny
Haha! Maybe they are snow birds. :)
I don't read magazines that much lately, don't know why. But this issue was a hoot.
that is to funny,and strange to. maybe the Yankees that run that magazine could not take the cold and headed on down to Florida with all us Southern Rebels.. or maybe Yankees don't own that magazine... now i wonder
It took me a moment to realize what you found so amusing. I guess I am not very observant. It looks like an interesting magazine though.
What self respecting Yankee magazine runs south of Mason-Dixon to handle its operations?
Hmmm...isn't that where all the rich folks live? It sure isn't New England!...:)JP
Why, yes! That would be Southern New England!I used to get Yankee Magazine. Would read it cover to cover, even the ads.:) m & jb
Does seem a bit strange, but I think a lot of magazines may be printed there or in other central locations. The Alaska magazine has a subscription card in it that is mailed to Palm Coast FL also. I doubt there is any kind of publishing company here, and New England may have the same issue. Besides, I think New England and Yankee are a state of mind, and not just a physical location.
Just be glad it wasn't China.
I, too, used to get this magazine... then they changed the format, the size... and I let my subscription run out.As for Florida, I guess someone decided enough snow was enough and decided to stay warm!Funny that.
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