Letter Of The Month
So What Do You Really Think of Us?
Please don't send me any more copies of your mag. What a waste of paper, I have been subscribing to this magazine for 20 years, and if you choose to, you can check on it. I almost stopped the subscription four years ago, but hoped the new owner would let go of you new guys-McColloch, Brubaker, Collard, Kopycinski and so on. In my thoughts, Four Wheeler should let people like Mr. and Mrs. Wescott (who have more four-wheeling background in one month than any of you guys above do in 10 years), Ned Bacon, Jim Allen, Jimmy Nylund, and Willie Worthy run the magazine. They're all good wheelers with a lot of experience. You choose to write about boats, trailers, and how to wire for the last 10 years. How's about letting the guys who know something about four wheelers write your magazine, and not wannabes? (As you can see, I didn`t include my phone number or e-mail address. I don't want you turning it over to the people who call at all times of the night.)
I will still look for your magazine in the news rack and see if it changes any. And yes, I know it will cost more but I won`t be getting something in the mail that should be called junk mail most of the time instead of Four Wheeler. This is why I won`t be signing up again until I see some improvement in your magazine. I hope you take time and check out my years of buying Four Wheeler-it's no lie, and I should have canceled the magazine years ago and saved myself some change.
Colorado Springs, CO
Dude! We've got a Valium with your name written on it. We've also got a box of Four Wheeler swag with your name on it, and we're sending it out to you today. (You did include your mailing address in your email.) Just so you know, there are no hard feelings. We always look forward to reader mail, no matter how brutal. And in case you hadn't noticed, all of your favorite wheelin' writers are still contributing to this magazine on a semi-regular basis. Thanks for your past support, and we hope you come back again in the future.
Where To Write
Address your correspondence to: Four Wheeler, 831 S. Douglas St., El Segundo, CA 90245. All letters become the property of Four Wheeler, and we reserve the right to edit them for length, accuracy, and clarity. The editorial department can also be reached through the website at www.fourwheeler.com. Due to the volume of mail, electronic and otherwise, we cannot respond to every reader, but we do read everything.