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It was a "joke" of the worst kind. Two articles from the A section, one from Valley & State, one from the Living section. That was all. I had been forwarned that it didn't carry the "extras" but what came through that day was beyond disappointment. I expected it to have all the regular full-length articles. Never again. And it makes me hesitant to try any other newspapers. Kindle has a long way to go presenting a newspaper. I love my Kindle for books but not newspapers.
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