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Old 01-13-2013, 04:08 PM   #1
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Happy Birthday, National Geographic

http://www.nationalgeographic.com/12...n=MultiProduct

125 years of brilliant photography, adventure, science, and exploration of this incredible, fascinating planet. Bravo, bravo, bravo, and many, many more decades of the same, please!








And perhaps one of the most famous and iconic images of all time:


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I did not know there was a National Geographic Museum!

I have been asleep at the wheel-
They had Lasting Light: 125 Years of Grand Canyon Photography
in Lexington, and I missed it!

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http://www.boston.com/bigpicture/201..._geograph.html
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Old 01-13-2013, 04:55 PM   #7
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The National Geographic Society is a colossal business empire with an assortment of operations.


I hope the National Geographic Society loses its tax-exempt status. They, like so many other D.C. "non-profits" like the Smithsonian, AARP and many others are abusing the tax system by running a wide assortment of enterprises ranging from selling insurance (AARP) to television (National Geographic) to retail sales ( National Geographic and Smithsonian) to travel ( both National Geographic and Smithsonian). Very few people are aware of the colossal business empires these folk are operating (you should see what they pay themselves). It's high time these rackets were exposed and taxed. Why, on earth, does the National Geographic Society own a ship? You and I both know the answer.

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Old 01-13-2013, 07:48 PM   #9
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I did not know there was a National Geographic Museum!

I have been asleep at the wheel-
They had Lasting Light: 125 Years of Grand Canyon Photography
in Lexington, and I missed it!

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http://www.boston.com/bigpicture/201..._geograph.html
I've been there. It was well worth the trip.
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The National Geographic Society is a colossal business empire with an assortment of operations.


I hope the National Geographic Society loses its tax-exempt status. They, like so many other D.C. "non-profits" like the Smithsonian, AARP and many others are abusing the tax system by running a wide assortment of enterprises ranging from selling insurance (AARP) to television (National Geographic) to retail sales ( National Geographic and Smithsonian) to travel ( both National Geographic and Smithsonian). Very few people are aware of the colossal business empires these folk are operating (you should see what they pay themselves). It's high time these rackets were exposed and taxed. Why, on earth, does the National Geographic Society own a ship? You and I both know the answer.

National Geographic Sea Lion



http://www.marinetraffic.com/ais/def...spx?level0=100

Who cares? All non-profits sell stuff. I have a little bottle of holy water I bought at the mission at San Juan Capistrano. They all sell t-shirts, too. Water bottles, tote bags, whatever. The Smithsonian and Nat. Geo enrich our lives immeasurably. I say let them.
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Gotta agree Pereg.. Bravo to NatGeo.. Tho' the TV channel has really gone downhill with the "reality" shows, The magazine and many other aspects of the organization have inspired and amazed Generations. I used to have nearly every issue from 1975 back to the first one. Sadly, they were lost in a Hurricane during the '80's.
As for their tax exempt status, I can't think off the top of my head of any organizations more deserving of it than NatGeo and the Smithsonian..
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http://www.nationalgeographic.com/12...n=MultiProduct

125 years of brilliant photography, adventure, science, and exploration of this incredible, fascinating planet. Bravo, bravo, bravo, and many, many more decades of the same, please!

And perhaps one of the most famous and iconic images of all time:


There is still a copy of this mag at my family home. Wow. Memories.
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Who cares? All non-profits sell stuff. I have a little bottle of holy water I bought at the mission at San Juan Capistrano. They all sell t-shirts, too. Water bottles, tote bags, whatever. The Smithsonian and Nat. Geo enrich our lives immeasurably. I say let them.


You really haven't figured out that you're a target of the database mining operation and the corporate marketeers of that enormous conglomerate, NatGeo, Incorporated.



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You really haven't figured out that you're a target of the database mining operation and the corporate marketeers of that enormous conglomerate, NatGeo, Incorporated.



Holy paranoia batperson.

Trysail, you're going to give yourself a jammer if you keep going on like that. Also, you have a little spittle on your chin.
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I have that cover in a file drawer upstairs. I also once took a pic of Lady P's face that was inspired by it.
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You really haven't figured out that you're a target of the database mining operation and the corporate marketeers of that enormous conglomerate, NatGeo, Incorporated.



Gosh. Someone has me on a list of people who like anthropology, maps, geography, excellent writing, exploration, science, and naked tits? When do the black helicopters show up?
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I have that cover in a file drawer upstairs. I also once took a pic of Lady P's face that was inspired by it.

Urm? Who is that?


Gosh. Someone has me on a list of people who like anthropology, maps, geography, excellent writing, exploration, science, and naked tits? When do the black helicopters show up?

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You really haven't figured out that you're a target of the database mining operation and the corporate marketeers of that enormous conglomerate, NatGeo, Incorporated.



I've figured out that you've managed to mask your galactic stupidity with a thesaurus and Google Image search.

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Their coverage of astronomy is fantastic, as well. But, yeah, I want to be on that list.
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