Thursday, December 2, 2010

Name A Mountain After Your Kid

You have to be the first one to climb it, you have to get permission from the country in which it’s located, and, my hunch is, it better be a nondescript peak.

“A leading British climber who became the first person to scale a remote peak in Asia has named it after his daughter….As a result, Mount Fiona, standing 5,300ft tall, is now on the map in the former Soviet Republic of Kyrgyzstan.”

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