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    I see Fox Publishers are offering old issues for $2 each if you buy 5. Using code ssw2dollars. Great deal

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    Thanks Trackman. Will have to check it out. Wish they would digitize all the back versions.
    Scott
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      It is a great deal. Last time they offered it, I used it to get all the back orders that I didn't have that were not on the CDs that I purchased. Like Scott, I too wish they would digitize the newer ones that have come out since those CDs were produced. I like having them that way.
      Melanie from East TN

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