gopher321: [img.fark.net image 811x550]
armor helix: If Mr. Armstrong claimed he never gave away or sold any moon rocks then how did this lady wind up with an authentic piece?
Captain James T. Smirk: *or Aldrin.
balko: Moon rock or dust gathered during the Apollo program is federal property. I don't care if Neil Armstrong stole it. He had no right or claim to any object he was employed to collect. Unless the woman can prove she acquired the object from an alternative space program, she conspired to sell stolen government property. I realize that it is currently in vogue to steal from the American people.but that doesn't make it any less unacceptable.
Ivo Shandor: [img.fark.net image 400x531]They won't let you take it home, but you can get up close and personal with a moon rock in Vancouver BC.
RobSeace: I knew they could make you deathly ill, but I didn't know they affected bladder control...[img.fark.net image 625x529]
ISO15693: Ivo Shandor: [img.fark.net image 400x531]They won't let you take it home, but you can get up close and personal with a moon rock in Vancouver BC.Did that at the smithsonian when I was 8 or so (in the 1970s)
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