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As Frank Abagnale Jr (Leo DiCaprio) says in Catch Me if You Can, "Even better!"
Almost as good as it gets
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Thereís even more!
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Pretty close to as good as it gets
There's still more ó of course.
Unlike the special offers of print magazines (First-time subscribers to Sports Illustrated get a free tote bag, for example), our special offer applies not only to new subscribers but renewals as well.
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NOW THAT IS AS GOOD AS IT GETS!
For the disbelieving, hereís the official, legal skinny from the Officiating.com Shop:
One or two readers may still not be convinced: "Why are you being so good to us?"
The answer is simple: We're so proud of our magazine, we want to share it with an even wider audience. After much research, our marketing director calculated this is best way to do that.
The editorial staff heartily concurs.