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Trivia Tuesday II

Last week's Tuesday Trivia is still up for grabs!  Please read and answer in the comments section!

Being that I finished my second reading of Flight For Safety, I decided to make this week's trivia question based on that book.  If you haven't read it, please buy and read it.  If you already have, then this is a chance to brush up on it.

So.. the question:

In Flight For Safety, what is the analogy that was used by Kathryn between playing a piano and flying? What would have been the end result?  What was the purpose for Kathryn telling that analogy?



Answer next week, so read the book and/or refresh yourself.

Tomorrow is Wednesday, which means only one thing: this week will be over before you know it.  Have a great rest of the week and read up!

Fly safe,
Jeremy.

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  1. I know! I know!! We'll have to give a prize for this one too!!!

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    1. Karlene, I have to tell you, that when I read what Kathryn said, that was convincing that something needs to happen and now. It was a great impact in the book.

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  2. Does it have anything to do with how to get to Carnegie Hall?

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    1. Possibly, Bill! I have a feeling its something that is definitely being attention to detail...

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