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In every instance of desperate boredom, a National Geographic waits around somewhere for the reading. Over the weekend, all I had to read was a stack of National Geographics from the late 70s, opting to read an issue about the our national parks—July, 1979.

Old magazines might be some of my favorite things to read. Before the advent of the internet, much of the best nonfiction to be read was in the pages of a magazine, and National Geographic was no exception. The articles in this particular issue still ring true to this day, as old writing often has an eerie way of reminding us that thi...

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