Quick and the Dead is more like it. Yes, a salute to Sam Raimi's overlooked Western with Sharon Stone and Toby MacGuire.
But it is better to get it over with quickly than a long, long, drawn-out death, right Kiplingers, Nickelodeon, Blender, Time, Newsweek, and US News & World Report?
The cover headline reads Live Better For Less. Just think, that this magazine ended it all right now for nothing!
Time ran out finally for Hearst's Wal-Mart-ized cross between Real Simple and Budget Living (RIP). It must have been that favor to fellow magazine icon Oprah to reveal the book that changed her life. Was it the Bible, by chance? Death Be Not Proud?
Ironic, says the Reaper, since the economy is in the stinkhole and readers could benefit from lots of tips on how to cut corners. But the problem is, dang it, that this magazine was one of those corners!
Doubly ironic since its first quarter ad pages were up 16.2%! What did Hearst know that others did not? Is this the first act of the returning Frank Bennack, who wanted to cut his own corners right away?