If you stand in just the right spot in the English High School lobby, it sure looks like the astronaut is giving the classical warrior some bunny ears.
But he thinks he'd blow their minds.
Take Neil Armstrong, please. A funny thing happened to me on the way to the moon..........
Buzz is a hoot on [email protected]
Also insightful...he mentioned a few weeks ago that he was one of the few people who didn't get to watch the moon landing on TV.
Luv the way y'all make sport of the fact that Aldrin and Armstrongs generation won wars and liberated concentration camps as well as put men on the moon and brought them home safe.
Don't see any bike ridin,dope smokin snowflakes doing anything like that,do we...
And I say that as somebody old enough to have seen Aldrin and Armstrong on the moon live (at my aunt and uncle's bungalow in the Catskills, on a black and white TV - AND WE LIKED IT). Nobody's dissing Aldrin's heroism. If you've followed his post-NASA career at all (granted, that might take using that newfangled Interwebs thing that all the Millennials are always on about), you might suspect that he, of all former astronauts, would appreciate a good (maybe even bad) joke.
He was about 10 years old, and it was 20 miles each way across the George Washington Bridge.
The spirit of exploration was strong even then.
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