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Blake's Baby

Sharpen your scythe and break out your best velvet cowl, Reaper. I have a feeling there's gonna be a massive party of well-wishers when Roshan and his cohorts climb into your barge.

The last issue of Rader was so thin you would mistake it for a doily. The endless diatribes on Tom Cruise and Scientology are tired (I feel like you get more out of a paragraph on the subject from Star Magazine than you do in a whole lousy 3,000 words in Radar). And seriously, Spencer Pratt's advice column isn't even funny in the crass, forced ironic voice that the mag favors. This thing's life expectancy has got to be lower than even Hollywood Li--I mean, HL.

Brendan

You really suck Dim Reaper.

Radar is one of the best, most fearless magazines on the newsstand these days. It has survived your repeated predictions of its demise, while producing the kind of smart, fearless journalism that few other titles dare to approach.

What other magazine has dared to take on the Scientologists? What other mag has dared to take on the PR/celebrity establishment?

I'm not sure why you would take such glee in attacking a magazine that is independently produced by writers, editors and photographers without any help from a corrupt media institution like Hearst or Conde Nast. You're probably a failed magazine guy who can't stand the idea of an indie magazine succeeding. Radar's continued success, despite all your false prognostications of it's demise must really gall you.

For the record, Radar's advertisers include Marc Jacobs, Calvin Klein, Budweiser, Eastport, Belvedere, Absolut, American Apparel, Gap, Prada, Oscar de la Renta, Verizon, Nokia and many others. Not too shabby for an indie magazine. Who are your advertisers?

Brendan

You really suck Dim Reaper.

Radar is one of the best, most fearless magazines on the newsstand these days. It has survived your repeated predictions of its demise, while producing the kind of smart, fearless journalism that few other titles dare to approach.

What other magazine has dared to take on the Scientologists? What other mag has dared to take on the PR/celebrity establishment?

I'm not sure why you would take such glee in attacking a magazine that is independently produced by writers, editors and photographers without any help from a corrupt media institution like Hearst or Conde Nast. You're probably a failed magazine guy who can't stand the idea of an indie magazine succeeding. Radar's continued success, despite all your false prognostications of it's demise must really gall you.

For the record, Radar's advertisers include Marc Jacobs, Calvin Klein, Budweiser, Eastport, Belvedere, Absolut, American Apparel, Gap, Prada, Oscar de la Renta, Verizon, Nokia and many others. Not too shabby for an indie magazine. Who are your advertisers?

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