A place I often go to for coffee in town has free newspapers to read. I go there because I like to sit outside, the coffee is good and only $3, the staff nice and it is a great place to
The first time I noticed some red biro markings in the paper I was flicking through, I gave it no further thought and forgot about it. The second time, I wondered what the markings were all about, remembering I had seen them before. The third time, I suspected there is a message to someone who later reads the same paper. I don't know what though. Given there is usually three copies of the same paper, how would someone who was reading know which paper was marked?
Here we have $4 and ice marked.
This page, six.
This one, to.
Birdie, and, The model.
This one, complex.
Am I on the right path here?