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Neil Armstrong ... 82

Discussion in 'Science & Technology' started by bmaverick, Aug 26, 2012.

  1. bmaverick

    bmaverick

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    Neil lived a good long life. Glad he lived in my lifetime. Both he and Buzz inspired many to seek amazing careers in science and exploration.
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    I heard yesterday, was very sad to hear it...
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    yes ofc it IS sad when someone dies

    but damn, why BE sad, celebrate that mans life instead of crying, why does death have to be a fucking mourning marathon, cmon, do you REALLY think that who ever passed away would want that?

    here's a :toast: to Mr. Armstrong
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