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My first reaction was that magazines print multiple editions the same way that there are different hats/shirts for both teams in a championship game. BUT Unless a Trump version surfaces I find this very interesting.
originally posted by: drock905
edit on 5-11-2016 by imitator because: (no reason given)
originally posted by: Gothmog
originally posted by: Nucleardoom
a reply to: FuggleHop
Anyone who knowingly backs that much corruption and casts a vote for it are damn near as treasonous as she is.
I believe that is called being an accessory to a crime. So , yes. Just as guilty.
originally posted by: dawnstar
ya know, if you go into many print shops a few days, or maybe even a week before the super bowl or world series, or even march madness, you will find them working one championship goodies for both teams. once the winner is announced you want to get that stuff out on the market as soon as possible, and you can't do that if you are starting in the graphics dept. working on the films the day after the game. heck the shop I worked in actually had companies making small orders for both teams and had the goodies in the store before the game kicked off.
It wouldn't suprise me if you looked you might find another copy where trump won.
originally posted by: ATSAlex
The election results are right here...
This person got a screen capture of them.
Line 499: US President West Virginia Line 501: > Hillary Clinton (D) 276,617 44% Line 502: Donald Trump (R) 248,391 40% Line 506: US President Wisconsin Line 508: > Donald Trump (R) 795,047 40% Line 509: Hillary Clinton (D) 587,532 30% Line 515: US President Wyoming Line 517: > Hillary Clinton (D) 41,824 30% Line 518: Donald Trump (R) 34,853 25%
Topix Media Lab
As Creative Director at Topix Media Lab I oversee the production of newsstand-only magazines across a diverse array of subjects, often partnering with well-known and trusted brands such as Newsweek, TV Guide, Reader’s Digest etc.
originally posted by: Willtell
This is no big thing. As someone said they always probably have written stories for both candidates.
Though caution, remember the news cast that stated building 7 went down long before it did so anything is possible in this age
I personally believe Hillary is chosen to win and Trump even knows that!