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Oh, no. Where I went was--on the news tours, we would
charter one big plane, and then so as not to have all our management
together on one plane, we would take the G-2, Gulfstream II, along on
the news tours, and if it was Shepley and I, or Donovan and I, one
would fly one plane and one would fly on the other.
But was the G-2 used, as many of them are, to also take the top
people to where they had to--bring them back from a weekend, or take
them to a weekend, just get them around?
It used to be, in what is known as “the good old days.”
Which would be from when to when? Approximately.
Oh, that'd been in the 1960s. And then we clamped down,
and there was less and less of it.
The G-2 could go abroad, right?
Yes, it went around the world!
On the news tours,
Yes. Sure, sure.
Okay. Anything else on real estate?
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