March XXIIIrd, MMXV
Hon. Gordon Dirks, B. Ed., M. Ed., MLA, Minister of Education, Progressive Conservative, Calgary-Elbow
It shouldn't really surprise airplane technician students, pilots, & anyone else in the aviation industry as well as students interested in archaeology & history that well-renowned archaeologist Dr. Henry "Indiana" Jones, Jr./Harrison Ford was in a plane accident recently, I mean it could happen to any pilot no matter their level of experience and Indy did the right thing in crash landing his plane in an empty golf course green so no one else would get hurt. When escaping Nazi tyranny in "Indiana Jones & The Last Crusade" in MCMXXXVIII (1938), Indy's father Dr. Henry "Illinois" Jones, Sr./Sean Connery (an archaeologist of quality himself) expressed surprise that his son knew how to fly an airplane. Indy's response to his dad should have given us the warning that he would have an emergency crash landing years later.
"Fly yes, land no!"
"That Belongs In A Museum",
Source: "Indiana Jones & The Last Crusade", C. MCMLXXXIX (1989), Paramount Pictures Incorporated (TM) & Lucasfilm Incorporated (TM) & The Telus World Of Science Edmonton & The Walt Disney Corporation (TM) & Disney Studios (TM.)