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3 Responses to Bingo

  1. Jess says:

    Oh my! There’s a BINGO BUGLE????? What is going on there down in Florida!?? Okay, I know it’s the place to go after you retire, and retiring and bingo go together like fried pickles and black cherry mojitos (?) or maybe peanut butter and jelly. But while the NY Times is struggling to stay afloat, I bet the Bingo Bugle is thriving in that market. Thanks for sharing. I got a well-needed chuckle out of that.

  2. John Shue says:

    The Bingo Bugle is thriving because it’s FREE! You know how these seniors enjoy their free things. And you’re right, retirees and bingo go together exactly like fried pickles and black cherry mojitos! 🙂 I think the NY Times could learn a thing or two from the crew over at Bingo Bugle. A free publication with a few well placed advertisements would certainly be a big hit! In retrospect, I probably should have picked up a copy while there were still some to be had. I went back to get one to see what it was all about and they were GONE!

  3. Jess says:

    John John John… You can’t pass up a free publication called the Bingo Bugle in Fl!! What am I going to do with you young ‘uns?
    I bet there would be great blog post material in there. And I predict that had you picked up a copy (ut-hmmm) you’d find that the BB is way more fun to read than the NYT!!

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