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(LA Times)   NASA officials now choreographing final 12 mile trip of Space Shuttle Endeavor through Inglewood to Los Angeles, still looking for a route which will get as few bullet holes pumped into it along the way as possible   (latimes.com) divider line 6
    More: Followup, Inglewood, NASA, California Science Center, Los Angeles, Edwards Air Force Base, Los Angeles International Airport, paths, shuttle program  
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2012-09-17 11:36:55 AM  
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And only 400 trees will have to be chopped down. It's not like LA is covered in trees either. But don't worry, they will plant baby trees to replace them, which you can get shade under if you are still around in 100-200 years. Odd that the space shuttles that were given to New York and DC didn't require even one tree to be chopped down. Hey L.A., maybe you should have put the shuttle somewhere easier it could get to. But that's just me, a sane person talking. I know we are rare these days.
2012-09-17 12:54:14 PM  
2 votes:
Have Sully land that sucker on the spot you need it.
2012-09-17 02:48:27 PM  
1 votes:
Bullet holes? Pffft, the shuttle laughs at bullets. It was designed to withstand micrometeorites at rocket speeds.
2012-09-17 12:57:15 PM  
1 votes:

Walker: And only 400 trees will have to be chopped down. It's not like LA is covered in trees either. But don't worry, they will plant baby trees to replace them, which you can get shade under if you are still around in 100-200 years. Odd that the space shuttles that were given to New York and DC didn't require even one tree to be chopped down. Hey L.A., maybe you should have put the shuttle somewhere easier it could get to. But that's just me, a sane person talking. I know we are rare these days.


Human progress is a terrible thing. Help fight it by not reproducing.
2012-09-17 12:48:05 PM  
1 votes:
This is a total ripoff. All of the Shuttles should have gone to Houston because I live in an exurb of Houston!
2012-09-17 12:46:03 PM  
1 votes:
Inglewood always up to no good.
 
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