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When I find some cool new RSS I want to add it to Google Reader and read ALL posts(even the oldest ones).

How can I do that?

When you come up with "Top X RSS to follow on Y topic" blog post you want to read many of those blog posts. The problem is that a lot of content is already written and you don't want to miss it.


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Here's how you can do that

Just choose "all items".