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17

 During dinner conversation, Lindbergh expressed annoyance about his son's mountain climbing. I asked why he was concerned.

"Too risky" he said.

"Who are you to talk about risk after flying across the Atlantic in a single engine monoplane?" I asked

"One must measure risk in terms of gain." he replied. He didn't see much gain on reaching the top of a mountain.


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  1. Finally on February 19, 2014 1:14 am

    Finally a useful on this site. It is mostly worthless garbage around here, with a bunch of pseudo intellectuals making fools of themselves, but this is pretty good.

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