Three things

Spy vs. Spy

See comments: Hamish made me strike one.

Via Aviatrix, the challenge is to list three things I’ve done that I don’t think any of my readers have done. If anyone has done one (let me know in the comments), then I have to strike it and add something else. I’m starting with non-aviation stuff:

  1. Found myself at the centre of a (minor) cold war intrigue involving both CSIS and KGB agents.

  2. Been interviewed by the Washington Post.

  3. Spent a week in downtown Amsterdam without taking a curiosity tour of the red light district.

  4. Given guided tours in four different languages (English, French, Spanish, and German) on the same day.

Do I have to strike any of these?

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6 Responses to Three things

  1. Annie says:

    I dont thnk u need to atleast for now..

    Annie Bankss,
    Private Pilots Secrets

  2. Hamish Reid says:

    Well, I spent ten days in central Amsterdam without doing the red light district thing, but then I was working there, and I don’t think I’ve ever been a tourist there. And it might not have been the Post, but I’ve been interviewed at length by the BBC :-).

  3. david says:

    Hamish: OK, strike the Red Light district — I’ll add something different.

  4. Hamish Reid says:

    I think I like your new number three better in any case :-). Are you going to explain item one at all?!

  5. Paul Tomblin says:

    He could tell you, but then he’d have to kill you.

  6. david says:

    Actually, Paul, it was a pretty minor incident — I’d just have to slap him around a bit.

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