A small chartered aircraft was flying into Seattle, when the area was enveloped by dense fog. Just as the pilot started getting vectored for the approach, the aircraft suffered a complete radio failure. With his gas getting low, and the passengers getting nervous, he decided to carefully drop down to have a look. He broke out just above an office building. He saw someone in the building near an open window, so he flew right up next to the building, idled his engines and yelled at the top of his lungs: "WHERE AM I?" The man in the building responded "IN AN AIRPLANE!" At that, the pilot gunned his engines, flew west five miles, miraculously finds SEATAC and lands. His passengers, amazed and relieved asked him "How did you know where the airport was?" He answered "When I asked that guy where I was, and he answered 'in an airplane' he gave me information that was perfectly true and also perfectly worthless. From that I figured it had to be the Microsoft Technical Information Center, which is five miles due east of the airport, so..."