I've noticed quite a few articles get linked in the morning fix through the Albuquerque Journal online.

Do you pay the $100.00 for online subscription to the Journal? Or do you answer the questions to read the article?

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The questions are easy...there seems little point in subscribing as long as that's an option...

I just answer the questions. 

Mostly I just read the visible sentence or two to find out the subject. If the subject's truly interesting, I answer the questions. If the questions seem disguised political surveys or push polls, I try to get my actual opinion through their filter. If they're just consumer surveys, I usually click None of the Above. 

I don't think the Morning Fix or other blogs link to the Albuq. Journal very often, for this very reason. 

If you are a paper subscriber, you can see the web version for free. Sometimes answering the questions gets you longer than a day.  And what the others said.

Frankly there is nothing in that rag worth answering a question for, much less paying for. The news articles are overtly biased and only remotely factual at best. I have seen better commentary on a bathroom wall.

But hey thats just me.

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