Glamour editrix Cindi Leive was speaking at the Magazine Publishers of America's 2008 Retail Conference earlier this week, and she attributed some of the success of her magazine to its "upbeat" and "positive" message. "[Our] headlines don't talk down or blame or accuse women," she said. "Most are complimentary and positive messages." Right after Bill Mickey from Folio magazine reported these comments, he snarked, "Despite the positive cover lines, Glamour's single copy sales (747,014) dropped 13.2 in the second half of 2007 compared to second half 2006, according to ABC Fas-Fax numbers." Ooooh BURN. [Folio]