Neither my kids nor any of my clients were alive when this went down

D. B. Cooper may finally be identified.  The 1971 hijacker, who almost certainly died when he jumped from the plane, might be identified this week.  Fascinating to me, but it does remind me of when I taught Kaplan LSAT courses:  I’d refer to Shakespeare*, authors who wrote before 1980 or even TV shows from the 1960’s and get blank looks. So it’s a different world. Still, I’m curious to see who this guy was – maybe my kids will be interested to learn his identity, if I can come up with a YouTube on him.

*old joke: Shakespeare would have been a great writer, if only he hadn’t used so many clichés.

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