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20 July 2009



And they had Communion on the moon! I find that really exciting, although I'm not sure why.

Congrats to GVboy!


good man gv boy oink oink


Great news on the job front! Praise God for answered prayer. He'll be able to buy us all a pint with his first wage packet!


I remember watching the moon shot on TV when I was only 11 years old. And I'm amazed they told no one for so long that Communion was eaten there!

Astronauts weren't allowed to have faith?



"but it seems there might be a limit to our human ingenuity and resources that might make it very difficult for us to ever venture very far beyond our own own planet."

Maybe - particularly financial. However, we shouldn't listen to those who say we never will. People thought we would never fly (amongst other things)

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