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Old 04-22-2007, 07:06 PM   #61
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Hey, guys, I'm here.

Amerijeep, I checked your subscription. It came in after Standard Issue 5 was mailed out, so your sub started with SI6.

Dare2BSquare, I checked on yours as well just to make sure all was well. And it is.

You should both receive Standard Issue 6 before the end of the week. It can take up to three weeks for all copies to be received.

J Rations is published bimonthly, so you should receive an issue every two months. If there's ever a problem or question, please feel welcome to contact me about it.
See that's what I like about you guys/gals. You are right on top of things. Keep up the good work!!! Love the mag!!!

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Old 04-22-2007, 07:07 PM   #62
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JRats does easily outshine the other mags though, blu. that's a fact.

Thank you, Lisa, for checking for me. I was thinking of PMing you, but I thought it might be premature.

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Old 04-22-2007, 07:35 PM   #63
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I take this as a Oxymoron. This guy/gal writing this review, is thinking of buying a six figure sports car, and is squeamish about spending 40k, for a killer Jeep? Sorry folks, but that just doesn't wash with me.

And sorry if that offends anyone. Just my opinion. That write up is lame!!!!!!

That would be because a porche is built for the street and can easily be a daily driver, but a "killer jeep" is normally not so street legal or even fesible to drive on a regular basis.

No write up is lame when you look at it as one person's opinion. You grab a whole bunch of people's opinions, do a little research, buy some junk, then develop your own opinion. When you pass on your opinion, it's a little more well informed but still is only an opinion.
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Old 04-22-2007, 07:48 PM   #64
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JRats does easily outshine the other mags though, blu. that's a fact.

Thank you, Lisa, for checking for me. I was thinking of PMing you, but I thought it might be premature.
Sorry about that Bro, just hit me the wrong way. I don't subscribe to any magazines, so I can not compare, or debate, the nature of either mag. My research is done on the field of play, and by talking to those that have machines that easily go over things, that others can't. I love the incredible diversity that Jeeps offer, and I am very loyal to Jeep. I also love the diversity in Jeep owners, and how they like to play with their own Jeep. I very much like the classic look, as much as I like the monster Jeeps. I chose my path, and would never intentionally put someone else down, for the path they choose. And if I were to buy into any publication, it should cover the broad spectrum, of Jeep owners, not just cater to any one group. I was not debating the efforts of the magazine, but was thrown off, by that ill written review.
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Old 04-22-2007, 07:54 PM   #65
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When you pass on your opinion, it's a little more well informed but still is only an opinion.
Exactly, and that is what I said, it is just my opinion. You can't compare apples, with oranges. It should not be done, in the same wright-up, if you want to have any credibility. That is all I am trying to say.
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Old 04-24-2007, 07:20 PM   #66
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We're good, blu. I just don't want anything taken away from Jrations. A good example of this magazine is how Lisa came in and let us know what the deal is.

Had it been those other guys, they would probably have just made fun of me....
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I don't subscribe to any magazines, so I can not compare, or debate, the nature of either mag...And if I were to buy into any publication, it should cover the broad spectrum, of Jeep owners, not just cater to any one group.
bluvikng, you just described J Rations! If you want a couple copies to check out, PM me with your name and address.
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Or...you can go to the J Rations Web site and download Standard Issue 3 in its entirety—for free.
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I know you guys all think I'm a paid spokesperson, but I'm really not.

Check out this mag. You won't be disappointed.
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Old 05-01-2007, 04:23 PM   #70
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Jrations Magazine

WOW, that was fast. Just recieved two copies of the magazine. I am very impressed with the detailed pics, and ideas, and the how too's discussed in great detail. From refurbishing a old Willy's, to installing various parts on your TJ's. Even the advertising is awesome. It is all the people I love to do business with, and will, in the future. It covers basically all the problems, and issues we talk about on this forum. If there was ever a magazine tailored to the diverse interests in Jeep ownership, THIS IS THE BEST!!!!!!!

This one gets a great big, "thumbs up", from me.

I appreciate your magazine, Rticul8, great publication.

Thanks.
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You're welcome, bluvikng, glad to hear you like the magazine.

Can I ask two favors now?

1. If you have Jeep friends who think Jeep (and other off-road) magazines aren't worth their time, tell them about J Rations. Standard Issue 3 is still on our home page, available as a complete and free download.

2. If you buy from any of our advertisers, tell them you saw their ad in our book. It makes a difference.

We're not proud. We'll take all the help we can get!

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