Monday, September 7, 2015

It's Labor Day and We're Napping

Posted By on Mon, Sep 7, 2015 at 6:00 AM

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Dear Range readers,

Our office is mercifully closed today, which means things will be a bit slower on the blog. Like, this is probably the only post you're getting. 

To ease that pain, I am leaving you with some stock photos of animals sleeping. Need more to keep you happy? Maybe spend some time reading Brian Smith's excellent cover story on the rise and fall of Gentlemen Afterdark, crafting a Dust Devil for us to run in an upcoming issue or enriching your sex life with tips from our local expert.

See ya tomorrow.

Love, 

TW


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