Now, again the reason Admiral Olson and Admiral McRaven didn't want to talk is this command conflict of interest.
To prove the fallacy of said cargo cult, Olson goes into the numbers.
Olson has a leg up on the competition by virtue of having struck gold.
When Olson was at last apprehended in 1981, his case was dealt with in a very Canadian way.
It would be easy to dismiss the endlessly optimistic Olson as a starry-eyed dreamer.
The Jew, who still lives in Seward, has not bothered Olson since.
"You will have to amuse yourself as best you can," said Olson.
Olson called this afternoon and related his recollection of the early days of Nome.
On these days I cannot paint,—and Olson calls upon us more than he should.
Eventually Olson returned, to put an end to the thick silence.