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Douglas Corrigan became a legendary aviator, not because of his accomplishments as a pilot but rather because of a supposed navigational error. In 1938, Corrigan "mistakenly" flew from New York to Ireland--when he was supposed to be flying from New York to California--because he seemingly misread his compass.
Even with today’s GPS technology providing us with navigational information second to none, we still find ourselves going in the wrong direction at times. Do you trust your gut or go with the technology? Lets face it, there’s a little Corrigan in all of us. It’s your choice.
Please use stealth at stage 1 (one, uno). Thanks
(Ar1) Gehfg Gur Pbzcnf Lbh Zhfg (aR1)
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