By Larry Teren
Reader’s Digest is a great magazine (or was?). It caters to those of us who like to exercise our brain muscles while waiting to be probed by a medical person. It has short articles, abridged versions of longer stories, humorous anecdotes, lessons in improving word power among other features. It is a toned down hand-sized piece of literature for those of us who don’t live in New York and cannot relate to the styling and inferences of a certain monthly periodical.
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