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Subject: OT: Do you remember where you were 50 years ago today?

As for me, no--i wasn't born until two years later.
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Date Posted: Saturday, July 20, 12:06:42pm

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I was 6 at the time. I have vague memories of something on the TV that people seemed very interested in (NT).Saturday, July 20, 12:35:38pm
I remember watching it with my grandparents who said it was a waste of time and money . Looking back I feel they were right. Has there been any “real” benefits. Although I was about 13 at the time and fascinated by the event. (NT)(NT)Saturday, July 20, 01:23:27pm
I was 5 and remember everyone around the television. (NT)I also remember going outside to see the moon because I thought I’d see them walking around on it....Sunday, July 21, 07:12:08am
I was watching Armstrong and Aldrin make history. I stayed up late and missed the transport to camp the next morning. So, my Dad had to drive me there (NT)SciteaSunday, July 21, 07:52:27am
Wasn't Born For Another 5 Years (NT)Der BingleSunday, July 21, 11:30:00am
The technology created from the Apollo missions changed the world: Microprocessors, CAT scanners and smoke detectorsOnly morons think the missions were a wasteSunday, July 21, 03:24:07pm
FYI: NASA inturn back in 1970s bought department surplus (three original Apollo 11 videotape footage reels) for auction in 1976 for $218, sells his memoriabilia yesterday for $1.8M in auction! That's an 8,000X resale! ...CNNSunday, July 21, 04:29:50pm

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