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Space shuttle blasts off, finally flying on try 3

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  • posted at 6:39 pm on Sun, Aug 30, 2009.


    Safe travels Discovery!

  • posted at 6:38 pm on Sun, Aug 30, 2009.


    To infinity and beyond! Go Jose!

  • posted at 6:02 pm on Sat, Aug 29, 2009.


    Safe Voyage Astronauts!And Jose' best of luck on your mission! I meet you a few years ago at a local function and I still recall your eyes lighting up when you talked about the upcoming mission!

  • posted at 1:33 pm on Sat, Aug 29, 2009.


    Not allot of American sprit here, and at the cost of a treadmill I can understand why. The most expensive mill I could find costs upwards of $5,000 dollars. From what I read the final cost was $5 million. Let me see if I got this straight, $5,000 for the treadmill and $4,995.00 to deliver it. The sooner the shuttle is scuddled the better. Untill man learns to go warp 1 or better, park or scrap NASA. Beam it gone Scottie.



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