Well, It Saves Space Too...

When I was little my grandparents still had the same TV they bought back in 1954. Or it looked like it to me. (That really was when they got there first TV.) But with a farm littered with old forts made by my uncles, you didn't really need it... only thing I ever remember on it was baseball (courtesy of my grandfather) and watching The Bride of Frankenstein with my great-grandmother.

The other thing to do? Look through the hundreds of National Geographics that one of my uncles had collected over the years. I loved to look at the pictures. Figures. So, yeah, I think I might get this... I think this is brilliant.

National Geographic is selling a hard drive with 120 years worth of magazines. I think $200 is worth it considering all the photographs you can look through.

National Geographic via Gizmodo

2 comments:

  1. Jetpacks said...

    Man - this is a nice piece of writing:

    "But with a farm littered with old forts made by my uncles, you didn't really need it... only thing I ever remember on it was baseball (courtesy of my grandfather) and watching The Bride of Frankenstein with my great-grandmother."

  2. Thinking In Vain said...

    Aw, I'm blushing. :)



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