Friday, August 31, 2018

Only the AMERICAN FLAG planted on the moon

Hollywood made a movie about Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin going to the moon. It picked a Canadian actor to play Armstrong -- in a town where a lesbian not only must play a lesbian in a movie but she must the right kind of lesbian.

Then the movie omitted the planting of the AMERICAN FLAG on the moon.

That was the sole purpose of the mission.

This flick shows Hollywood is anti-American.

The House UnAmerican Activities Committee was correct. Communist were taking over Hollywood for propaganda purposes.

I wonder how Ron Howard, director of "Apollo 13" feels.

I am pretty sure I know how Chuck Yeager feels.

This week, John McCain died. I remember that one of the things that kept him alive in Hanoi was the knowledge that we landed on the moon. OK, he thought it was seven months earlier than it was, but Hanoi fed him Fake News but let the truth slip that Apollo 8 made it to the dark side of the moon.

JFK inspired us: "We choose to go to the moon. We choose to go to the moon in this decade and do the other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard, because that goal will serve to organize and measure the best of our energies and skills, because that challenge is one that we are willing to accept, one we are unwilling to postpone, and one which we intend to win, and the others, too."

He Made America Great Again.

I was 9.

Reagan Made America Great Again.

Trump Made America Great Again.

Hollywood can go to China.

UPDATED: A reader pointed out that others have sent unmanned probes to the moon. Originally the headline said "is" which is an error. I fixed it. Thank you for pointing out my mistakes.

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    1. Well with the right resolution I should say...

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    2. not really, they can only be seen by an orbiting spacecraft's camera a few dozen miles from the moon's surface.

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  2. It's TRULY Sad - Here's Another movie NOT to see...

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    1. Puhlease! Is there one, just ONE, made in the last eighteen years that belongs on the maybe see, let alone the MUST see list? I, for the life of me, cannot name a one.

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  3. Canada survived Humphrey Bogart playing Charlie Allnut in the African Queen. We will survive.

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  4. Is anyone surprised by their hatred of America. I am not.

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  5. Ryan Goesling, said in an interview, that he was portraying Armstrong as a humble man. Of all the traits those guys had...humble was not one of them. They were hard charging pilots. Fearless. True heroes. Humble? Nah.

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  6. One always wonder if it's just ignorance or dishonesty when the so called conservatives give false information.

    Fake news is now code for any news the president doesn't care for, regardless of veracity.

    The US flag is not the only flag on the surface of the moon. A quick google search would reveal that. Maybe it's fake news from the mean old liberal search engine?

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    1. And which country's flag did Armstrong plant there? Google it; I'll wait.

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    2. https://www.reference.com/science/countries-flags-moon-ef35f85399b983c1

      "What Countries Have Flags on the Moon?

      "While other countries have landed unmanned craft on the moon, only the United States has placed actual fabric flags affixed to poles on the moon with human hands."

      Ball's in your court, Nony.

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    3. I meant PLANTED on the moon. I said is in teh original headline. Sorry

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  7. I say that if you are inclined to see it, then take an American flag at wave it at the appropriate scene. Then, take a selfie and post it to social media, as a fun FU to Hollywood.

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  8. At least in the movie there'll be no reason to kneel.

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    1. Actually in the film the poem Whitey on the Moon is quoted to dramatic effect, so they couldn't resist putting race into it. Dumping the flag from the film was an antiright wing anti American double plus good Obama dig without doubt. It was American astronauts who died setting up Armstrong's walk and getting there was really only an American effort. The flag should have been there but maybe the inhabitants of the shit hole Hollywood has become were afraid its presence would lower foreign profit, a major source of their pus money today.
      In an Australian documentary made years ago about the mission, Armstrong himself describes in some detail his own thinking his achievement. It is worth watching. He describes himself as a white socks wearing engineer and speaks without emotion as he describes his rapidly changing plans as the module descended under his complete control. He does not sound dramatic or agrandizing but in reality his heart rate was 160. But to me what give away his pride in himself and his country is what he actually said when the module landed. He said one step for man not a man as he later claimed. He was in fact the Man and we put him there out of national pride, and he felt it too. Fuck Hollywood.
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  9. Pmd said-

    "But to me what give away his pride in himself and his country is what he actually said when the module landed. He said one step for man not a man as he later claimed. He was in fact the Man and we put him there out of national pride, and he felt it too."

    I can confirm this, I was serving in the USAF at the AFHQ in Europe & the comms went through my shop. I was listening & recording this historic landing, and Armstrong did say "One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind."

    Now I wish he'd said, "One small step for an American, one giant leap for the USA." Just to poke a sharp stick in the globalists' eye, that's all!

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    1. I was in the AF for 2 yrs. There are no humble pilots. Or they were dead and I never met them.
      Pmd

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    2. In 1969, the step was the same, on the Moon or on a mine.

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    3. Never ask a man if he is a pilot. If he's a pilot, he'll tell you, otherwise you are just embarrassing him.

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  10. Don,it is your blog,but what does this have to be in the story,
    "This week, John McCain died. I remember that one of the things that kept him alive in Hanoi was the knowledge that we landed on the moon. OK, he thought it was seven months earlier than it was, but Hanoi fed him Fake News but let the truth slip that Apollo 8 made it to the dark side of the moon."

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    1. It shows how the moon was a moment that lifted the men at their lowest.

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    2. Mcstain wasn't at his lowest until after he became a Senator.

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  11. My mom's family were cousins of Armstrong's on his father's side. So Neil Armstrong is blood relative of mine- and one of my aviation heroes.This could have been a great film.Now I compare it to 0bama looking up at the Moon (crescent)at the time of Neil's death-nothing important...
    (The Movie "The Right Stuff. " is far better..
    Private industry and a NASA that isn't doing "Muslim Outreach"but reaching out and boldly going.-Again..
    Time to "light the candle and forget these klowns..TG

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    1. Yep, you want a look at our oh-so-humble astronauts check out The Right Stuff! That film's great! Terrific cast portraying the astronauts (and test pilots) too.

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  12. I'm quite certain Gosling is the 'right type' of canadian lesbian.

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  13. I'm surprised Hollywood didn't insist on a lesbian to play Neil Armstrong. A black lesbian, at that.

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  14. only on the dark side of the moon....

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