"less predictable and more interesting"; "an oasis of sharp writing"; "a fresh and nuanced antidote"… (veiled subscription pitch)

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To what magazine do the above quotes refer?

Why, Reason, of course.

"Reason is less predictable and more interesting than any other political magazine I read"–Glenn Reynolds, Instapundit.com

"Reason is an oasis of sharp writing and sensible political discourse in a time dominated by I-know-you-are-but-what-am-I-manship, a respite for those who are weary of the reactionary pod-people screams emanating from both the left and the right."–Joe Garden, The Onion

"In an era of smash-mouth, left vs. right political discourse, the libertarian Reason is a fresh and nuanced antidote–The Chicago Tribune, "The 50 Best Magazines of 2004"

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  1. “less predictable and more interesting”; “an oasis of sharp writing”; “a fresh and nuanced antidote”…

    Yeah, and those are just the commenters.

  2. I think those blurbs could easily apply to the commenters. I gotta say, in contrast to Slate’s The Fray, the people who post responses on Reason do seem like a funnier, more tolerant, well… more reasonable lot, despite myriad differences of opinion. Heck, I could see some of the regular posters here hanging out in a bar, knocking back a few, with nary a sore word nor or a fistfight.

  3. E. Steven,
    You got a problem with fistfightin’?

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