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(MSNBC)   Space historian James Oberg recounts and debunks a few myths about Neil Armstrong   ( msnbc.msn.com) divider line
    More: Interesting, Neil Armstrong, Apollo program, co-pilot, debunking, Charles Lindbergh, amateur radio operators, myths, historians  
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2012-08-26 06:45:40 PM  
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That's what Oberg wants you to believe, but he was bought and paid for many years ago.

We're forgetting the real secret hidden space program that went to the "dark" side of the moon, rousted the NAZIs, carved the face of Cydonia, and pissed off the aliens which is why we haven't gone back and just concentrated on scribbling mind controlling chemtrails in the sky. Rainbows! -- Hoaglund.
2012-08-27 01:06:10 AM  
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diaphoresis: Moon landing was faked. It was shot on a soundstage staged at Norton Air Force Base in San Bernardino.

That filming was done with body doubles so you wouldn't find out the real astronauts were on the moon.
2012-08-26 08:45:14 PM  
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Rust Never Sleeps is my favoriet Neil Armstrong album
2012-08-26 06:20:38 PM  
1 vote:
He won the Tour de France 7 times without the use of performance enhancing substances.
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