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Joseph Marton
18-Sep-2012, 18:11
Someone must really like the moon to pay that kind of cash for a moon
rock.

http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/technology-blog/own-4th-largest-chunk-moon-rock-380-000-013243772.html

Wonder what that person's favorite song is...

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GofBorg
18-Sep-2012, 20:53
> Wonder what that person's favorite song is...

Rocketman

Douglas Black
18-Sep-2012, 20:57
GofBorg,

>> Wonder what that person's favorite song is...
>
> Rocketman
>

It's definitely *not* that song that goes "the Moon belongs to everyone,
the best things in life are free..."

Joseph Marton
19-Sep-2012, 03:02
Douglas Black wrote:

> > > Wonder what that person's favorite song is...
> >
> > Rocketman
> >
>
> It's definitely not that song that goes "the Moon belongs to
> everyone, the best things in life are free..."

I was thinking more along the lines of this.

http://www.rathergood.com/moon_song

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Bob
19-Sep-2012, 04:33
OMG..... I can not believe I sat and listened to the whole thing.
(shaking head in incredulous disbelief)

Bob

On 9/18/2012 10:02 PM, Joseph Marton wrote:
> Douglas Black wrote:
>
>>>> Wonder what that person's favorite song is...
>>>
>>> Rocketman
>>>
>>
>> It's definitely not that song that goes "the Moon belongs to
>> everyone, the best things in life are free..."
>
> I was thinking more along the lines of this.
>
> http://www.rathergood.com/moon_song
>

Shaun Pond
19-Sep-2012, 08:11
Joseph,

I remember being at the Kennedy Space Center, and touching a piece of
moon rock... gave me a strange sensation, knowing what it was...

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Shaun Pond

buckesfeld
19-Sep-2012, 15:41
Joseph Marton wrote:

> http://www.rathergood.com/moon_song

Sorry, I'm late! :-D

buckesfeld
19-Sep-2012, 15:42
Shaun Pond wrote:

> I remember being at the Kennedy Space Center, and touching a piece of
> moon rock... gave me a strange sensation, knowing what it was...

Yep. It was a bit like the first time I touched a fema.... No wait, Susan
would kill me.

U

Dave Howe
19-Sep-2012, 17:12
On 19/09/2012 15:42, Uwe Buckesfeld wrote:
> Yep. It was a bit like the first time I touched a fema.... No wait, Susan
> would kill me.

Nah, pretty sure she doesn't care WHAT you do with the Federal Emergency
Management Agency.... :)

Shaun Pond
19-Sep-2012, 18:27
Dave,

no, but Felton might...

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Shaun Pond