I have let my subscription to Rolling Stone lapse, but they keep sending the magazines anyway. My guess is the typical R.S. reader is a little slow getting around to things and they allow for that. To give you an idea of how grim things are, Justin Bieber was on the cover of the issue we received a couple of days ago. According to an article in the magazine there was not one Rock song in the top 25 selling records in America this past year. I guess things come and go, and rock has had a good run for it's money. They jibber-jabbered around and made excuses, but it appears it's R.I.P. time for Mr. Rock. It will become like Bluegrass, still existing around the fringes, but atrophied and just repeating what the past has already said. It seems the only justification for Rolling Stone Magazine is the gadfly writing of Matt Taibbi harpooning Wall Street and Goldman Sachs. I think I'll just let my subscription lapse continue.