dealscomplete (122 years) national geographic magazine…

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122 years? that's going to be a lot of scrolling to get to the jungle boobies.

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oh god! you need a lifetime to go through this!

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Can't you get the same experience for free while cleaning out your grandparent's attic?

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this is amazing! I had a friend long time ago whose family collected these magazines since forever ago and I always wanted to check them out but their collection was massive...its amazing that they can fit all that onto 6 dvds

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Now what do I do with the 25 years of these that were left in the attic?
The DVDs are going on my holiday wish list, March of the Penguins too.

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@mikecris:Only difference the DVDs are mold/mildew free, and don't weigh nearly as much.

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It's amazing where technology has gotten us. 122 years of magazine archives on 6 DVDS. Impressive.

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The first 110 years are pretty good...the last 12 years are mostly crap.

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I was just thumbing through my December 1955 issue. Adds for transatlantic crossings by turboprop or ship, vacations to the new nation of Israel, a WALL PHONE (imagine!), and how the 'native people' in South Africa love to have 'their pictures taken in their colorful homeland'. A real time capsule. Of course I jumped on this amazing deal. My wife will give it to me for Christmas.

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Deal seems to be over. My brother just tried to buy it after I did, and the price now is listed as $49.95 plus s/h. Not nearly the steal that this was when I pulled the trigger.