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Goodbye SkyMall -- Thanks For All the Ish!

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William Ng
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Re: I'll miss you Skymall
William Ng   1/23/2015 4:18:00 PM
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Wait for the eventual liquidation, Chuck. Then you can get one at a steal. 

 

Any designers or design engineers out there who've worked on a SkyMall gadget? We want to hear from you! 

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I'll miss you Skymall
Charles Murray   1/23/2015 4:13:57 PM
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I had the same feeling, Sylvie. Many times, I would look at something in SkyMall and consider buying it, but I never did. Even while reading this story, I looked at the photos of the UpRight Sleeper and thought it might be useful (I'm sick of falling asleep on airplanes and waking up with a stiff neck). Great story, Sylvie.

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