There it was, in today’s USMail, along with two more offers to inform me about my Medicare options (I’ve lost count of those mailings) and some junk mail.
An offer from Street Rodder–specifically, “A Special Welcome-Back Offer for Former Street Rodder Subscribers”
It’s a great deal, too–3 years (36 issues!) for $30.00.
And I get a free Street Rodder cap!
With every issue, I’ll get:
- In-depth information on past and present trends
- “How to” subjects ranging from beginner skills all the way to the talent levels of the master fabricator
- Coverage of the hottest “must see” shows nationwide.
I’m impressed. Except for one thing:
To the best of my knowledge, I have never, ever, not once, subscribed to Street Rodder. In fact, I’m not really sure what it’s about (presumably some kind of car magazine, and I’ve never subscribed to any of them).
If the magazine was in any plausible way related to any other magazine I take (and I take quite a few), I could see this: “Maybe he’ll think he used to subscribe and he’ll start again.” But, unless you count car reviews in Consumer Reports, it’s not.
Turns out there is a bizarre link: The publishing company that publishes this magazine also publishes an audio magazine I subscribe to. That’s the only relationship I can think of. Notably, the Exclusive Online Price for Street Rodder at the general website is $25…per year, not for three years.
I think I’ll pass. Somehow, it’s never occurred to me to turn my 2001 Honda Civic into a street rod, whatever that might be…