Some of the earliest memories of my life are of a black-and-white television on a standard public school audiovisual cart at the front of my first grade class, showing us the blurry, ghostly slow-scan-television images of the Apollo 11 moon landing. I remember being a little bored and confused by the event, but when CBS switched from the live cameras to their cartoon simulation of how the spacecraft looked, I thought it was the coolest I’d ever seen.
Also, for what it’s worth, if you honestly believe the moon landing was a hoax, leave this web site by clicking here.
In other news, Abby asked me to order her a bulk batch of her favorite coffee for our Keurig, Doughnut Shop. While I was buying it, I got myself a 60-count variety pack of Keurig coffees. The human adventure is just beginning.
I know the Moon landing wasn’t a hoax. I’ve seen the stuff our astronauts left behind, back in 1997 when aliens took me on a quick tour of the Solar System. (It wasn’t a pleasant tour, mind you. Lots of probing and stuff. Or maybe that was just the liquor? I did drink a lot back then.)
Also of note is that my early memories are probably a blend of several experiences watching the moon landings. Chances are that the memory of watching in school was probably Apollo 12.
When I first saw the image, I thought it was a collevtion of merit badges or exotic bottle caps mounted display. I love that i never know whereyour blog is going.