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2012-08-26 02:38:07 AM
That was very touching, thank you Subby, good find.
 
2012-08-26 03:34:09 AM
At the 4:40 mark, Host Garry Moore becomes Nostradamus.
 
2012-08-26 03:58:49 AM

Redwing: At the 4:40 mark, Host Garry Moore becomes Nostradamus.


Well its very cool now to hear and see him ask that question, but the media were asking the same question of every Astronaut in some way or another all through the 60s. Remember, Armstrong was on the '2ed' string team. Only after the 1 string burned up, did he and everyone else move up a few notches.
I have always admired Armstrong, as i guess we all do, for his quiet reserve.
 
2012-08-26 07:29:14 AM
Very cool.
 
2012-08-26 07:58:37 AM
great find, subby +1
 
2012-08-26 09:19:47 AM
Oh, that Bill Cullen is such a card!
 
2012-08-26 10:53:51 AM
That was awesome.
 
2012-08-26 01:13:21 PM

The Iron duke: Redwing: At the 4:40 mark, Host Garry Moore becomes Nostradamus.

Well its very cool now to hear and see him ask that question, but the media were asking the same question of every Astronaut in some way or another all through the 60s. Remember, Armstrong was on the '2ed' string team. Only after the 1 string burned up, did he and everyone else move up a few notches.
I have always admired Armstrong, as i guess we all do, for his quiet reserve.


That's nothing, Ralph Kramden asked his wife Alice that question in the 1950s
 
2012-08-26 04:22:57 PM

The Iron duke: 2ed

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/This isn't the first time I've seen this, is there something I'm missing? Besides a life of course.
 
2012-08-26 04:53:02 PM
You know, looking at them, you'd never expect they'd be the coolest parents ever. Sure, son, you can fly at age 14! Go get your dreams, and if you want to land on the moon, well, that'd be just peachy.

Love my mom and dad, but damn, Viola is farking awesome.
 
2012-08-26 05:35:29 PM
Also interesting, Betsy Palmer (the blonde who guesses it) plays Pamela Voorhees in the original Friday the 13th!

She was a hot young lady!
 
2012-08-26 05:35:31 PM

rickane58: The Iron duke: 2ed
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/This isn't the first time I've seen this, is there something I'm missing? Besides a life of course.


Hum..Well i'm stymied. Are you referring to my shorting of 'second' string, or the fire and death of the entire crew of Apollo 1? Link
 
2012-08-26 08:40:23 PM

The Iron duke: rickane58: The Iron duke: 2ed
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/This isn't the first time I've seen this, is there something I'm missing? Besides a life of course.
Hum..Well i'm stymied. Are you referring to my shorting of 'second' string, or the fire and death of the entire crew of Apollo 1? Link

The former.
 
2012-08-27 01:31:46 AM

rickane58: The Iron duke: rickane58: The Iron duke: 2ed
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/This isn't the first time I've seen this, is there something I'm missing? Besides a life of course.
Hum..Well i'm stymied. Are you referring to my shorting of 'second' string, or the fire and death of the entire crew of Apollo 1? Link
The former.


Perhaps if he used 2nd rather then 2ed. i've never seen Second abbreviated in that manner, but i figured it out.
 
2012-08-27 01:36:38 AM

SwingDancer: rickane58: The Iron duke: rickane58: The Iron duke: 2ed
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/This isn't the first time I've seen this, is there something I'm missing? Besides a life of course.
Hum..Well i'm stymied. Are you referring to my shorting of 'second' string, or the fire and death of the entire crew of Apollo 1? Link
The former.

Perhaps if he used 2nd rather then 2ed. i've never seen Second abbreviated in that manner, but i figured it out.


I googled it and it looks like 2ed is supposed to mean Second EDITION, like textbooks.
 
2012-08-27 04:02:22 AM

12349876: SwingDancer: rickane58: The Iron duke: rickane58: The Iron duke: 2ed
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/This isn't the first time I've seen this, is there something I'm missing? Besides a life of course.
Hum..Well i'm stymied. Are you referring to my shorting of 'second' string, or the fire and death of the entire crew of Apollo 1? Link
The former.

Perhaps if he used 2nd rather then 2ed. i've never seen Second abbreviated in that manner, but i figured it out.

I googled it and it looks like 2ed is supposed to mean Second EDITION, like textbooks.


Well, you got me. English is not my first language and sometimes i do make mistakes..It looked right
for some reason to me, but now i see what i did there. What kind and thoughtful people for pointing it out...

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2012-08-27 09:53:38 AM
How old were these folks when Neil was born? He would have been 32 in 1962, and his mother looks and acts like she's in her late 70's.early 80's.

And Betsy was really cute.
 
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