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    Re: The Honolulu Star Advertiser

    And no, the Honolulu Star-Advertiser is not the New York Times.

    More to the point, the New York Times is not the Honolulu Star-Advertiser.

    I wonder how many people upset with paying a few...
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    Re: The Honolulu Star Advertiser

    The business model is pretty simple the newsroom simply cannot afford to provide professional content for free. When newspapers could support themselves through advertising, the online stuff was...
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    Re: The Honolulu Star Advertiser

    Good luck!

    You could also set up a dummy shell corporation in an offshore account and supply it with laundered money moved through a third party as well. Make sure that you also have doctored ID,...
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    Re: The Honolulu Star Advertiser

    The ZIP code that matters is the one on your credit card billing address.

    Something that's being overlooked because most people haven't seen it yet is that the site will also produce a...
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    Re: The Honolulu Star Advertiser

    $19.95 is what it costs for a subscription for the hard-print copy that's home delivered (altho some folks have gotten it cheaper via special deals). If you're a print subscriber, you get the online...
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    Re: The Honolulu Star Advertiser

    Those lucky Mainland readers can't take advantage of anything the SA is advertising or writing about, either. And there's still a ton of free stuff available.

    BTW, just entering a Mainland ZIP...
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    Re: The Honolulu Star Advertiser

    Mel is confusing editorial opinion pieces with straight news. Why would you support a paper that doesn't like the things you like? Because if you only read what you agree with, you're not dealing...
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    Re: The Honolulu Star Advertiser

    I'll find out when the rest of you do!
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    Re: The Honolulu Star Advertiser

    I would guess that news you pay for is still better than no news at all because the provider is out of business.
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    Re: The Honolulu Star Advertiser

    Yes, "Prince Valiant" is returning. Sunday Comics sections are done several weeks in advance though.
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