The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 3, Issue 7 (November 1, 1928)
Alow and Aloof
Alow and Aloof.
Pat Murphy was taking his first flight in an airplane. The pilot was taking him over the city. When they were up about 3,000 feet the plane suddenly went into a nose-dive.
“Ha, ha!” laughed the pilot, shouting to Pat. “Fifty per cent. of the people down there thought we were falling.”
“Begorra,” admitted Pat, and 50 per cent. of the people up here thought so, too.”
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