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2012-10-12 02:04:15 PM
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Sandwyrm: drewogatory

To reminisce of past glories, and hope for future ones? The same reason why the SR-71 and the Concorde are still draws at Air Museums. There are those who feel that our society is in decline, a notion that is quite understandable when all our fastest, highest flying and most graceful aircraft are considered relics.

This craft is a symbol of what we once were. What we once hoped to be.

What, it seems, we may never be again.


Sad but true.

Theres no money in achievement. People wont line up around the block for the latest version of national pride. All thats important anymore is selling the next big thing, then beating the competition to get next weeks next big thing on the market.
2012-10-12 01:43:29 PM
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drewogatory

To reminisce of past glories, and hope for future ones? The same reason why the SR-71 and the Concorde are still draws at Air Museums. There are those who feel that our society is in decline, a notion that is quite understandable when all our fastest, highest flying and most graceful aircraft are considered relics.

This craft is a symbol of what we once were. What we once hoped to be.

What, it seems, we may never be again.
2012-10-12 01:35:07 PM
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drewogatory: I'm not arguing that California doesn't "deserve" a shuttle, I'm just wondering why anyone gives a damn, or why anyone would go out of their way to look at a decommissioned aircraft.


Farking museums, how do they work?
2012-10-12 12:26:28 PM
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omnivorenz.files.wordpress.com

If they had a couple of these, it would be there by now. If NASA wanted them, all they had to do was pull a few strings.
2012-10-12 12:22:49 PM
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SevenizGud: Why didn't they just bury that abortion of a spacecraft? Or just prang it into 23-Left at Edwards and leave it there.

238 godzillion dollars for this thing, who purpose was to serve the ISS, which was 238 godzillion dollars with a purpose of...given the shuttle something to do.

Nice work everyone

[probaway.files.wordpress.com image 850x543]


You are trolling wrong.
2012-10-12 12:22:35 PM
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SevenizGud: Why didn't they just bury that abortion of a spacecraft? Or just prang it into 23-Left at Edwards and leave it there.

238 godzillion dollars for this thing, who purpose was to serve the ISS, which was 238 godzillion dollars with a purpose of...given the shuttle something to do.

Nice work everyone

[probaway.files.wordpress.com image 850x543]


And who pissed in your cereal?
2012-10-12 12:22:13 PM
1 votes:

SevenizGud: Why didn't they just bury that abortion of a spacecraft? Or just prang it into 23-Left at Edwards and leave it there.

238 godzillion dollars for this thing, who purpose was to serve the ISS, which was 238 godzillion dollars with a purpose of...given the shuttle something to do.

Nice work everyone

[probaway.files.wordpress.com image 850x543]


whoa, pull it back. you troll that hard and you won't get anyone.

maybe if that kid's country didn't suck he wouldn't be food.
 
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