Cloak of Invisibility


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If they were invisible, where would they go?

While several of our honorees indicated they like to be present at all times, many of our PV 100 honorees wouldn’t mind donning a cloak of invisibility in some ­unusual places.

Andrew Burns would like to have been in the  locker room to hear Herb Brooks’ ­pre-game speech in the USA v. USSR hockey game at the Olympics in Lake Placid, 1980.
Dave Escalante would like to be invisible in Google’s R&D department.
Jeff Kueffer would like to go to the U.S. Supreme Court and listen to ­deliberations and ­understand the manner in which the Justices  reach a decision.
Pam Strobel would like to visit the moon or Mars.
Tim Davis would like to visit the ­International Space ­Station.
Neil de Crescenzo would like to visit the seats of ­governments in other countries to see how they govern.
Kerry Hilton would like to visit the locked archives of the Louvre.
David Rear would like to observe nature ­without the ­influence of his ­presence.
Mary Clegg would like to spend a Friday night riding around in the back of her 17-year-old daughter’s car.
Andrea McGonigle would go to school with her children for the day.