I went into school today and told my one class that I'd ordered them, and five of the students had, too! That's one-third of the class. We were talking about assassinations yesterday, and some of them also went home and looked for more details on JFK's and MLK's, and found the same Web site I did. A well-known German newspaper (Die Welt) is offering them. I guess I won't be showing the DVDs to that class. What we're wondering is if the DVDs have the original English, too. I hope so.
I bought the first season of "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" on DVD last summer, and that also has French and Spanish, so I'm keeping the set at work as a "filler" in case a teacher is out/late and we don't get a substitute in time. One class has seen 3 45-minute episodes - two in English, and one in French, in the past two weeks, and another class watched an episode in Spanish yesterday, because public transport is the pits right now - it's so cold that a lot of trains have delays of one to two hours, or aren't running at all. People can't unlock or start their cars, either. I figure with 22 SVU episodes, and 32 "Days" reports, we'll have a lot to offer those who do make it in on time, and then have "nothing to do" while waiting for their classmates or teachers.