A monthly magazine with articles on all manner of land, air, and sea vehicles, electronics, and other sundry gadgets. In 2002, Popular Mechanics celebrated its 100th aniversary, making it one of the longer continuously published magazines in the United States.

Also, a gruesome little story by short fiction master Raymond Carver, published in his collection What We Talk About When We Talk About Love. It's not pleasant to read but it is an masterful example of building a lot of suspense in a short amount of time, and a good example of the short short genre.

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