Author: Rick |
August 26, 2012 |
In: Heroes, NASA
Category: Heroes, NASA
Rest in piece Neil. You are proof to this nation that we can accomplish anything.
there was a time when id have argued with you, and caelld you racist, but whats the point. everyones racist these days. anyone else is a bullshitter. this is what i like to call cake-up . so much make-up you cant even recognize the person. or maybe .the photos here dont match up, because they are in fact, not the same person.
The first base on the moon should be named Armstrong.
Rest in Piece, Mr. Armstrong. Truly an American hero.
Now… Repeat it, I say.
America is the greatest country on earth to produce such a man.
How much testicular fortitude does it take to ride that monster 220,000 miles (longer than the lifespan of most Chevy's) straight the hell up, knowing that your ride home has never really been tested to do what it was designed to do. Incredible!
To the 12 moonwalkers, we stand in awe of your bravery and excellence. To the 12 guys who got so close but did not get to take that one giant leap, an incredibly selfless act (x2 for Lovell). Apollo, still mankind's greatest technological acheivement.
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