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First Published February 11, 2010

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Grace 03.06.2013

.This was my first issue of More and i was thoroughly enjoying the articles until I flipped the page.
I was very Disappointed in advertisement on page 140 in the February issue. I do not believe that this kind of ad is appropriate for your magazine. This kind of ad belongs in a porn magazine. Please consider the reader when you except certain ads for you magazine.

Elizabeth 02.28.2013

Love, Love, Love your magazine, but am really puzzled by your "What To Wear For Grownups" feature in your March issue. If you are 60+ you can only wear black and white? There is not one color in two pages of fashion. How depressing, and ridiculous.

Elizabeth 02.28.2013

Love, Love, Love your magazine, but am really puzzled by your "What To Wear For Grownups" feature in your March issue. If you are 60+ you can only wear black and white? There is not one color in two pages of fashion. How depressing, and ridiculous.

ES 02.11.2013

Disappointed to see a recommendation for Dahn Yoga in the Feb. issue. 5 minutes of internet research - not to mention visiting a "store" - would have revealed it for what it is: a cult with a corrupt and possibly criminal leader that exploits young labor and preys on single women over 50 with their multi-tiered system of "purifying" services and pseudoscience. You have lost credibility with this reader.


I enjoy your magazine and was thrilled that you chose to include the article about Katherine Bouton's book Do You Hear What I Hear. I can't wait to read it. I also began losing my hearing in my 30's so I can totally relate to everything she's experienced. Thanks Katherine and More magazine for getting the word out about how many of us struggle with this. My hope is that someday accomodations for the hearing impaired with be readily available in all public buildings and at functions open to the public.

Heather Hensley02.03.2013

I finally sat down and cancelled my subscription and regret not doing it sooner. I was thoroughly disgusted by the September issue of More in which fur is featured in one of the layouts. Really? I guess I am not surprised since the magazine seems to be geared toward materialistic "women of style and substance." Women who apparently think it is OK to condone the cruel practice of raising animals for their fur in the name of "fashion."

BONNIEJ 02.01.2013

Just took the MORE Opinionista survey on healthcare. It did not address the two concerns I have regarding the new ACA legislation. The first one is that Medicare reimbursements to providers, especially doctors who are specialists, have been cut significantly. I think this will force a number of MDs to stop or curtail services to Medicare patients. I don't know why more of this does not get covered in the media. Secondly, the cost of prescription medications, especially those for mental illness is crazy. I have a college aged daughter who is thankfully on the Dean's List. She must take medication for ADHD and being borderline for bipolar disorder which cost $800 per month! The Seroquel she takes is especially expensive. We pay this until our insurance deductible is met each year, and I fear for her in a few years if her employer does not have a decent health plan.


I just read the story for pro gray and couldn't find the comment area, is there where we write all our comments not on the article itself?
The writer was right on, I went gray five years ago when I lost all my hair from chemo...it came in a lovely silver with other gray shades and I love it... Lets all stand up and say yes indeed...gray is the new blonde I love it.
Dorothy Stahlnecker


Hello More,
I would love to see styles by Yolanda Foster (HOBH). She has great casual style for us "real" ladies but also knows how to dress it up without being "over the top" hollywood. I got a kick when she referred to the other housewives as "you Beverly Hills girls" as she drank her green vegie drink!. Thanks so much, Karahn Yates-Harris

01.12.2013

My daughter lives in Germany. While she was visiting me she read your magazine and loved it. I would like to give her a subscription as a gift. What are the rates of your overseas subscription? Please let me know. Her birthday is coming up soon.
Aloka

ali lee01.01.2013

Hey More Community -- I am going to train (power walk/jog) for the 2013 More 1/2 Marathon. Would love to join or start a walking/training group here in NYC. I am on the UWS and could meet at either Central or Riverside Parks either early morning, evenings and/or weekends. Thanks! ali

KEISA WILLIAMS12.11.2012

As I just finished the epic book: The Warmth of Other Suns, By Isabel Wilkerson, it was refreshing to read an article in the same vein, "The Hidden Message of Style" By Margo Jefferson. Coming off of that tremendous tome, it was exciting to read this story and celebrate the women of color in it! Thank you!

Pat MacLean12.05.2012

I enjoy hearing about interesting women. Would like to hear more about them and healthy lifestyles. Must give feedback on Pamela Satran's DEAR FIDO commentary. Tell her she certainly doesn't have to apologize to Fido for not adopting him. He wouldn't want her either! She would rather go shopping than dog walking, but it is her loss, not the dog's. I have seen my therapy dog bring great joy to many people---beginning with me---and I feel blessed to have the capacity to love him more than a "great pair of heels."

11.29.2012

Re: 15 Minute Anti-Aging Workout.
I teach an exercise class (certified by ACE) at our church for ladies over 60. We do all 6 of the exercises, plus several more. I would like to recommend an additional exercise, possibly switch off with the "Floppy Thighs". Using a sturdy, kitchen type chair, "sit down and stand up". Use good posture and put most of your weight on heels when you stand up. Do 8 to 10 reps. This may look easy but your heart rate will increase and you'll feel it in your calves and hamstrings. Proper form is very important when doing squats and the "sit down stand up" variation will help maintain proper form. This is an exercise working gals could do during the day at work. Add a few pushups - we do ours against the counter top, instead of on the floor, and you have a fast, easy daily work out that uses many muscles.

Sandy Hall11.21.2012

I am a fairly new subscriber to MORE, which I find suits me better than those magazines that focus on the younger/skinny crowd. I am a successful, fit 48 year-old professional appraiser, who has operated a small business in the black for six years. However, in getting caught up on my reading, I just finished the October 2012 issue. I am commenting on your piece on "the Seven Newswomen". I am very dissapointed to see all seven women represent the mainstream media, of which two I witnessed as "falling from professional grace" on air in their treatment of candidates other than democrates. There is not one kudo for conservative, balanced professionals such as Greta Van Susteren and Megyn Kelly. My question is why, and if your magazine is going to continue to support the liberal agenda, why should I as a conservative business person continue to subscribe?

Leanne Evans11.19.2012

I recently received my first issue of a free subscription to More that I'm not 100% sure how I was added to. I carried it in my bag for about 3 weeks until the train ride in to work this morning when I found a few minutes to myself so I thought I would read and see what your magazine was all about. I'm one of those people who read magazines backwards; back inside cover first. Can't explain why, but I do. So as I flipped open the back cover, my first impression was not a good one. To read, as my first taste of your publication, a writer who blantantly dismissed the benefits and love of adopting a pet was so depressing, I couldn't believe it was to be the last word of your current issue. Even the graphic was depressing. A puppy's face with a slash over it like a no-smoking sign... seriously? To Ms. Pamela Redmond Satran... I hope that at the end of an especially tough day that your great pair of high heels are waiting at the door with unconditional love for you because you obviously place more value on material things over saving the life of an animal that would most likely bring you more joy than having your own personal shoe stylist for life. Shame on you. And shame on More for giving you the forum for your selfish opinions. I gained nothing from reading your column, there's absolutely nothing of benefit to hear you are basically lazy and don't want the responsibility of another "child." You're ignorance has obviously rubbed off on your own husband and kids (you've even managed to turn your own kids against the idea of having a pet?) ...and now you've managed to make my first interaction with this publication my absolute last. What an inspiration you are to us all!

Stephanie 11.15.2012

I was horribly disappointed to see More advertising fur in the September 2012 issue. Adrienne Landau mass produces clothing from fur which, in the industry, is called Chinese "raccoon" fur. In reality, it is from the raccoon dog, and the means by which the animal's fur is harvested is sickenly cruel. Countless petitions have been written to stop the unecessary slaughter, and high end stores across the US are banning sales of any clothing made from the pelts. More claims to be "for women of style and substance". A select few still consider fur a style. I can, however, think of no woman of substance who could watch these dogs being slaughtered, then support the killing by rushing out to purchase an $800 garment produced from it. Come on, More...you know better.

Mary 11.13.2012

I bought a subscription to More through Publisher's Clearing House. Delivery of my magazine didn't start until I called Customer Service to complain. Now after only receiving 2 issues, my November issue never arrived. When I went to the More website to report a missing issue, I got a message that the issue was no longer available! And they wonder why print media is dying?

Susan Calhoun11.11.2012

On page 38 of your November 2012 issue you show a pair of Bass shoes with ametal accent...Bass Loves Rachel Antonoff patent leather flats for $139.00 When I got to the Bassshoes.com website they are not listed/depicted.
Can you advise? Also, I sure don't get Bebe's problem!!!

Jackie 11.07.2012

I was pleased to see that the November issue contained far fewer "anti-aging" ads. Only two: Avon and L'Oreal. Now, if those two companies would eliminate the anti-aging (anti-growing old) descriptors from their ads, I'd be even happier. I was, however, dismayed to see that More.com has an entire section entitled "anti-aging." Please! There is nothing wrong with taking care of oneself, but we are not going to stop the aging process and no product we use will stop it either. I like More, but am awaiting the time when they publish their first issue that truly values those of us over 40.

Bebe 11.02.2012

Re:"Why Is America's First Lady Stuck In Time?" You included Mrs. Romney next to Mrs. Obama, Mrs.Clinton and Mrs. Bush. Mrs Romney is not a "First Lady", she is the wife of a former Governor. Either you are making a partisan statement, trying to influence decisions or the author of the article has her head up her.......(something). It is too late to correct this however I will be carefully reviewing your articles and will drop my subscription in a heartbeat if I see any other indication of a partisan slant. I am sharing this with facebook, twitter and with every social media available. I am furious. OBTW- here is a letter that my husband wrote about this issue.
Dear Ms. Seymour,
The article by Jodi Kantor in November's Issue is interesting. The accompanying photo is not.
How do you possibly justify using Ann Romney's photo next to three bona fide First Ladies. Ann Romney is not and, in all likelihood, will not be this nation's First Lady. Simply the wife of an ex-Governor. Nothing more; nothing less. Wasn't it just a wee bit premature - and in poor taste - to include her in the company of Mrs. Clinton, Mrs. Bush, and Mrs. Obama! I wonder if Mrs. Obama saw the article. I'm sure she'd be thrilled to see Ann Romney with equal billing.
Did I miss something? Are you published by Fox Broadcasting? At least, that would explain your poor taste. But you're not. You're published by Meredith, and you have a fine magazine. My wife is a devoted reader, and I often check it out, as well.
Bad form, Ms. Seymour. Bad form.
regards,
Paul Tasner


Is anyone out there inundated with telephone calls about MORE subscriptions? For the past two years, I've received a call at least once a week--sometimes more often. I have requested my name be removed from the call list, to no avail. Today, so far, I have received THREE calls. During the first I told the caller my subscription would not run out for at least three years, and was told my name would be removed. We shall see if this is done. I renew my subscription and give gift subscriptions to MORE. If this mindless marketing ploy does not stop, I will cancel my subscription, cease giving the magazine as a gift and will request a refund. Unfortunately, I like the magazine and would hate to take this step. However, at this moment, MORE beats the political campaigns hands down in the number of phone calls made to me! No other publication to which I subscribe uses the tactic to this extreme. The attorney general's office in Meredith Corporation's home state is another option.

10.31.2012

I think your portrayal of the first ladies on page 26 of the Nov. issue was sadly out of taste. Mrs. Romney has not earned the title of first lady of our nation.

10.28.2012

I loved the articles in the last issue of More. Thanks for the good work.

10.25.2012

I received the October 2012 issue a few days ago. I leafed through it twice but couldn't find an article that captured my interest sufficiently to stop and read it.

Carol 10.21.2012

I have subscribed to More for many years. This is the first time I have written about a story. The October 2012 issue, Notebook Ha-Ha Moment... I am truly disappointed that the picture and story line fell under a Ha-Ha moment. The picture is about suicide methods and the comment is made "I want to kill myself after each one" referring to a book. This was in very poor taste. I have had a couple of dear friends die by suicide and there is nothing funny about it. Try to use better judgement next time!

Carol Moss10.05.2012

I have been with More since almost the beginning, first in print and now via my IPad. Over time the degradation of the magazine away from its intent to celebrate mature, successful women has been quite noticeable. As the cosmetic ads increased, articles about turning back the clock, or beating your age became quite predictable.
But this months edition beat all that with a disgusting piece on middle age men. Hey! I am married to my 50 year old husband who treats me with respect and much love. He is one of the best kissers on the planet; he loves my body AND my brain; we have raised two children together and now live in a happy empty nest in the Middle East....do you think for one moment I am going to criticize his body, when he surely doesn't criticize mine, ever!
And quoting Kathy Griffin! Have you lost your mind! Exactly whom of your readers does she represent?!
With this new low you have reached, I have told my lovin' man to non renew my subscription. If I want to turn back the clock, I can turn to any number of other magazines to find out how. But sadly, with your demise, there is no magazine celebrating the wonder that is mid life. Too bad for your missed opportunity. I will take my substantial consumer dollar elsewhwere. Thanks for the memories, of those first great issues....

Jane Wright10.02.2012

Wow, first magazine arrived yesterday and I'm canceling it today. The October issue with the article on aging males was so demeaning and tacky, I sincerely can't figure out how it got printed. The whole race issue in America comes down to this article, it's not the skin color or ethniticity of someone that drives racism, it's the hatred in ones heart toward other fellow human beings. Why is this article ok? Unbelievable. Take me off your mailing list, I'm embarrassed to be on it.

10.01.2012

I've been a subscriber for many years, and have given gift subscriptions to my sister and many of my closest friends. I usually find value and information in most of the articles. However, what I find disappointing in the magazine is what part of the United States it appears to be aimed at. I see very few articles that relate to many of the western/southwestern states and women that work in those areas. Most of your ads/contests/articles appear to be about women in the northeastern states. I have yet to see some articles and ads that I can fully relate to. Most of the professional women I work with cannot afford some of the clothing "deals" you put together. We are lucky to be able to afford $50-$100 for a full outfit, one that we can mix and match. Same with most of the cosmetics, and so on. It is starting to appear that MORE is aimed at high end, highly paid women in LA, New York, or somewhere besides the western or southwestern states. I work for state government and work with women from all 50 states, and the majority of us have trouble relating to most of the articles. I think most of us are just as intelligent, beautiful and hardworking as the rest of the country. So why don't you look at doing more articles on women from those parts of the country, and from various job types? It seems many of the articles are written by women who were authors, journalists, fashion designers, but little about other venues, especially those that may have historically been non-traditional careers for women.
I haven't looked at the most recent results from your beauty contest, but last time, there were no selections from the "average" working class women, maybe because we don't have time to go through the process that it takes to enter? These types would like equal time in the magazine, that is, if we could find time to participate during our 60+ hour work week. I see some of this same type comment from other women, so hopefully you'll catch on and do something different.

09.27.2012

Yesterday I opened the October and started reading "A field Guide to the Mature Male and was very disappointed that More would publish such a negative article. It was disrespectful to men from the beginning to the end. There is enough meanness in the world, I don't need to read a magazine that encourages it. I have subscribed to MORE for years, and give subscriptions as gifts. I feel I owe an apology to women that I have given a subscription to - they should not have to read this type of garbage.

Marlo 09.25.2012

Have been looking at the October 2012 issue: We take Men's Health, and I've never seen anything in that magazine as disrespectful as "A Field Guide to the Mature Male." There was simply too much not to like. It's too bad MORE can't see men as equals, as human, to be viewed with the same respect accorded women. I'm disappointed in MORE. I would be incensed if the same article were written in the same tone regarding "mature women!" Apparently this is showing the same kind of hypocrisy as did "Why Testosterone Is The New Estrogen:" Please don't dish out what you wouldn't want to take. That's wrong. ...If this is the direction MORE is going, then - although I have been a subscriber since 2002 - I will unsubscribe. Men's Health is full of positive energy: Much better reading for a happy person.

Janet Welsh09.20.2012

I too am becoming more disallusioned with the magazine. I filled in the gift subscription component Sept 13, stating I have 12 close gal pals that I'd like to give a subscription for, and how I might handle that (given I don't have mailing addresses for all). I have had no email back, no contact whatsoever (i even gave my phone number)... There is no phone number for me to call in anywhere on your site. Add to that, that I am patiently waiting for my little pink tote bag from last spring, as I took up the offer and renewed for 2 years... Your customer service is VERY poor... a sales opportunity is getting missed, and no one seems to care... when is my renewal up?

Patty Robfogel09.16.2012

This was a first time read for me (September 2012). Loved it! Actually read from cover to cover, every article, which I seldom do. I want MORE! only problem is I seldom buy a paper magazine, would love to know if you are moving toward an emagazine edition. I have an IPad and have about 10 different subscriptions on it already. Would love to have one for MORE! Any chance it's in the works for the future?

Jade Felder09.02.2012

"Why Testosterone is the New Estrogen" was the most sexist thing I have read in years! We raised our daughters to know they are equal to their brothers. Are we now to teach our grandsons that they are inferior to their sisters? Try reversing all the blanket stereotype statements in this article to favor males, and any magazine foolish enough to print it would be run out of business. What a hateful article. You should be ashamed to have printed it.

Debra Fisher09.01.2012

I just received my first copy of More (September issue) and must say I'm very disappointed and am cancelling my subscription. This magazine is nothing but advertisement with very few informative articles.

08.31.2012

Very disappointed in "Man Up", where on page 105, More promotes wearing dead animals in the name of fashion. A scarf made from a raccoon is neither manly nor womanly -- it's just plain cruel.

georgia 08.28.2012

I was very interested in the September 2012 article "Is Your Hair Aging You?" The text was excellent, but I wish there had been more before and after pictures. I would have liked to clip out an "after" picture to show my stylist.

Donna Mills08.12.2012

I completely agree with most things said below by other readers. I am an African american woman and have to point out the absence of people of color in your publication. Unless they are in an advertisement it seems like they are just absent from any stories of substance. I am certain, my black, brown and yellow sisters would love more info on the issues that affect them too, from hair to make-up to health issues and relationships. Please start listening to some of our comments. They are all valid and very important for you to take under consideration. Thank you

K Eddy08.11.2012

Please, please, please update this website more often! After checking it out for several months, I am still seeing some of the same stuff I read originally! Look at your dates...some of this material could have arrived Pony Express! Thanks for listening---K Eddy

Susan C.07.16.2012

I definitely agree with some of the other comments here that so much of the magazine seems like it is for younger women, especially the makeup and fashion pages. Also, I applaud 'successful' women, but not every woman is not someone with a title, corner office and six figure salary. I want to hear about more 'average' women like myself. Success doesn't have to be defined by money or a job or some publicly acclaimed accomplishment. What about those women? I don't really care for your featured celebrity articles either. I can't really relate to them; they live in a different world from me altogether.
One last comment -- I love design, layout, fonts and the like, but I have to say that I find your Beautybook pages extremely too busy and hard to read. By 'busy' I mean too many different fonts, headers, too many little pieces all competing for my eye on a single page and they are hard to actually read sometimes! (my over-50 eyes don't read the ulta fine print as good as they use to). Those pages come across as more like advertising pages then actual relevant substance in your magazine. I don't plan to renew my subscription when it expires for all the above reasons. If I wanted to read Vogue or Cosmopolitan, I'd buy them. I subscribed to More because I thought it would provide relevant information to my age group; I have only found one article in all these months that I could relate to.

Julie D 07.08.2012

After reading the winner of who should play Christian Grey, of the "Fifty Shades of Grey" trilogy, all I can say is wrong, wrong, wrong! Ryan Goseling has nothing on Simon Baker of "the Mentalist". Good lord, look at him, think of him with "dark copper colored hair", yikes! I think jeans would hang on him just right........

07.03.2012

I enjoy the More articles. I would love more articles about women who choose to not wear make up.

07.01.2012

After reading numerous comments below, I am not sure that MORE mag is listening! I too have many of the same complaints...the magazine has moved away from what 40+ women want and into a political rag. Now I do enjoy some parts of the magazine such as info on Kyra Sedgwick; stages of menopause; and a few others. However, I want more health info; fashion related to 40+ plus women in different sizes (I think the models in the mag must all be size 4 or below); more in-depth financial info instead of a one-page gloss-over; real diet plans and exercise plans showing REAL READERS who have followed the info and succeeded; and etc.
I am not sure why I continue to subscribe to the magazine when the web page provides more in-depth material related to what I am looking for in a 40+ magazine for REAL WOMEN!

06.25.2012

are there any over 40 conservite women out there? Here's a thought, anyone not on board with abortion? Let's have a story about this and the right of our religious freedom that is being threatened...the 1st amendment is for everyone not just for the women who want everything handed to them because they have a uterus!! I am a woman and I think my 1st amendment rights are in danger of being taken away....I think our forefathers would be turning over in their graves at this one!!!

Judy Keller06.25.2012

I, too, have been receiving MORE, and; at first enjoyed it and seriously considered purchasing a subscription - but the issue with the Andrea Mitchell article sent me over the top. Quite a few years ago while reading my monthly Vogue, there was an article about a family who lived in China and upon returning to the USA, allowed their children to diss our country by burning our flag at a family gathering and could not understand why they were upset. The magazine was sympathetic. I wrote a letter to Vogue and cancelled my subscription - the same I am doing now. I have been getting notices to subscribe, but will not do so now. You people in the media just don't get it. We are on to you and your liberal indoctrination and I, for one, do not have to subscribe to a magazine whose views I am opposed to or at the very least give readers an opposing viewpoint. We are being beat over the heads on a daily basis with political viewpoints from movie stars and all forms of media - almost every series on TV and the theatres want to hammer us and our children (antimated movies) with political messages. For goodness sake - give it a rest and a "read" I can enjoy.

J Wallington06.21.2012

I'm a water reader..bathtub, beach, pool. I bounded out of the tub excited to comment on July/August issue. UGGG..no section to be found to comment on this issue!!!
And I have so much to say. Even tried to click on the comment connection..got a white blank screen.

06.19.2012

While I found the article on Hilary Clinton in the April issue interesting, I couldn't help but notice that the author seems to be writing for an audience of a different generation, using words like "glamform", "ginormous", and telling us how the reporters were "bitching" about the dress code in Burma. EDITORS TAKE NOTICE-this reader has a proper education, and does not appreciate being dumbed down in this manner. Please DO NOT hire writers younger than 40 if possible, they cannot express themselves in ways a mature women can even understand. If this writer (Lisa DePaulo)is of More Generation age, then shame on her for such lazy writing. And shame on More editors for allowing such sophomoric writing to make it to print. It is unprofessional to use words such as these in a published piece, and a sad commentary on the direction of our education system.

06.08.2012

I have been so excited reading the April and May issues. I felt that both had articles truly written for someone like me. Even though I don't care for Hillary Clinton, I enjoyed the article about her travels to Burma, which turned out to be very interesting. I scooped up the June issue to take with me this week on a trip to Scotland, and boy, I'm very disappointed. The article on Andrea Mitchell has just reduced my view of your magazine to just another liberal mouthpiece. Honestly, can't you find a way to represent the real American woman? Many of us are Christian mothers, who believe in women's rights to healthcare, but don't agree that abortion should be a form of birth control. And while I'm not catholic, I don't believe that people should be forced to do something that is against their religion, such as forced provision of birth control. That is freedom of choice and freedom of religion, not ignorance. The point is, Sandra Fluke can get her own damn birth control because she will earn more than any of us once she graduates. Please, either stay away from your Obama worship, or provide fair and balanced reporting. I don't think i can subscribe until then. What a pity!

Mary Van06.07.2012

Have Tote, Will Carry
A plastic tote for $1,345! Honestly? My mouth actually dropped open when I saw this.

Chris Geraghty06.04.2012

So disappointing. Another fashion and health magazine cannot help itself but to wander neck deep into the political arena. When I purchased this subscription, I thought I was getting a magazine about health, fashion and working advice for woman my age (43). I am a mother, a wife and a doctor who dedicates her life to women's health. I purchase your magazine to get AWAY from politics, which is everywhere. The story by Christina Bellantoni on Andrea Mitchell was appalling and so one-sided. She attacked Foster Friess for his reprehensible comments (which they were) against a liberal woman but was SILENT (as was Obama, NOW and other 'women's' groups) when Bill Maher called Sarah Palin A "cunt " and said Bristal Palin was "fuc*ed so hard a baby fell out." Where was her outrage then? Mitchell didn't call out her own colleague Ed Schultz at MSNBC when he called Laura Ingraham a "right wing slut". Finally, it was never mentioned in your article, nor brought up by Bellantoni that Andrea Mitchell had to publicly apologize for calling voters in Virginia "rednecks". This type of bias is so tiresome. Is this the best More can do? This sad, selective protection of liberals is shameful. Such comments have no place in a civilized society, whether it be against a liberal or a conservative. Shame on Andrea Mitchell , Bellantoni and MORE magazine. I used to put my magazines in the waiting room for patients to enjoy, now they will go in the recycle bin. Canceling subscription.

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