Dear Reglar Wiglar Magazine,
I read your Top 10 List of the Best Numbers of All Time in the last issue of Reglar Wiglar and I could not disagree more with your choices. Where is Number 11? How about Number 34? I couldn’t help but notice that Number 26 was conspicuously absent from your “Top 10 List”. And to give Number 1 the top spot? How totally unpredictable. (In case you can’t tell, that was sarcasm!) I hope you try harder to do a more inclusive job next time. I expect better from a magazine that holds itself in such high regard.
Charles Incharge, New Brunswick, NJ
Not to be a stickler, but Number 11 over Number 1? Eleven is just rehashing the groundbreaking work already accomplished by Number One! Been there done that. And Number 34 would be nowhere with out the Number 3, and the Number 4 for that matter. I kind of agree with you about Number 26 though. It should have made the list and I apologize for the oversight.
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Originally published in RW#23, 2016
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