Desperately seeking cutters and thrusters

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  • November 2, 2012
  • StopPress Team
Desperately seeking cutters and thrusters
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Mother always said not to dwell on the past. But what would she know? She doesn't even have an iPad. So, once again, we will soon be flying back through the mists of time for our ever-popular Year in Review series on StopPress. We'll be lining up some of the industry's most vigorous cutters and dastardly thrusters and asking them a few questions about the goods, bads and uglies of 2012. But we thought we'd ask our dear readers who they wanted to hear from most. So add your suggestions in the comments section and we'll see what we can do. 

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