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Subject: IMO, after seeing recent old interviews of Armstrong and colleagues, he seemed a bit of a douche. It was PLANNED protocol that Buzz Aldren was supposed walk first stepping out of the vessel, but Neil literally beat him to the hatch first, at the last minute, to Houston Control's surprise.

And let's not forget he screwed up the ONE memoriable line he was supposed to come up with ..."One small step for A man..."
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Date Posted: Sunday, August 25, 12:01:04pm
In reply to: Bio & PHOTOS 's message, "ARMSTRONG: August 25, 2012 ~Neil Armstrong, iconic American astronaut and aeronautical engineer, whose careers as military naval aviator, test pilot, and university professor, will forever be remembered as the first human to walk on the face of the moon in 1969, dies after gross medical malpractice at age 82. ..." on Sunday, August 25, 11:48:45am

...Albeit a true pioneer, but a bit of a douche.

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It wasn't until I saw all the 50th anniversary Moon Landing coverage, I discovered how his nurses inadvertantly killed him with bad basic medical care following surgery! ...A $ubstantial $ multimillion lawsuit $ettlement payout followed.Sunday, August 25, 12:28:28pm

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