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r.w. dawson on October 20, 2012

Hmmmmmm....... does this mean the don't sell any comics?

Adam Elmquist on October 20, 2012

I do know they sell the Weird NJ magazine though...

r.w. dawson on October 23, 2012

Adam! I'm totally digging on Weird NJ.

Adam Elmquist on October 23, 2012

Kind of neat that the weirdness started in New Jersey, but now has caught on in the rest of the US. What a weird country we live in, or should I say a wonderful country with a lot of weird stuff and people. LOL

MikeFromholt on October 23, 2012

Your last sentence says it all. Been to all of the lower 48, and seen plenty of unusual things in our travels. Not sure about weirdness starting in New Jersey though, you ever been to very rural parts of Appalachia? Of course, New Jersey seems to get the most press.

Adam Elmquist on October 23, 2012

That's why NJ is so Weird we have the most press on the weird stuff here.... The Weird NJ magazine is the orignal, but after years of publications the amount of weirdness has almost all been covered in New Jersey, so the creators of Weird NJ expanded to the rest of the US first NJ neighbors of course, NY & PA and so on from there. People in Nearby states started reading the Mag for NJ and said our state should have a Mag as well.. Weird US

I have personally created a group called Weird US and Canada to cover all that is found in the publications plus more that should be...

MikeFromholt on October 24, 2012

Too bad I couldn't submit some pics of a few cousins for the weird US and Canada...

Adam Elmquist on October 24, 2012

LOL If you have a few photos of weird places, or historic off the wall beaten path type places, feel free to join the group, Mike..

MikeFromholt on October 24, 2012

I was looking at the website you mentioned, I don't think that I have any pics that would qualify now, but I may in the future. Oh, and thanks for the ownership transfer Adam.

Adam Elmquist on October 26, 2012

Yup no problem Mike.

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