Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Twenty Years Ago

There are a few incidents that you remember for all your life. Most people refer to where they were when JFK was shot.  I was a little young to remember that.  But I do remember the day of the first Moon Landing.  I sitting in our living room, our neighbors were over, it was considered a big thing.  We were all watching.  (This picture is actually of Buzz Aldrin stepping down to the surface of the moon.)

I really don't understand how people can't see the importance of this act.  How much as a race we stepped forward that day.  This is one of the cornerstones of my history.

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