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SkyMall Announces Return Of Print Edition To Planes

Five months after it discontinued its airplane print catalogue and filed for bankruptcy, SkyMall announced that it was recently purchased at an auction by a marketing company for $1.9 million and will be returning to planes later this year. What do you think?

  • “I hope this new ownership doesn’t compromise the editorial board’s objectivity.”

    Pamela Weaver
    iPhone Exchanger
  • “This significantly lowers the value of my past SkyMall issues.”

    Jon Rosario
    Mortarboard Stacker
  • “Looks like my campaign of nonviolent resistance worked.”

    Bill Moreno
    Unemployed
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