Wednesday, August 08, 2007




Anonymous BOBCAT said...

Slow summer day, eh Donal?

5:18 PM  
Blogger VerityINK said...

Hi Bob, yes, I actually went and did some laundry this afternoon it's so slow... Last summer had spells like this, too. Usually when it got hot, but this year it hasn't gotten hot. How's Eureka?

5:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

God Speed for all of them. I think its terrific that for almost fifty years the U.S. is still the leader in space. We should go back to the Moon, Apollo17 astronaut Eugene Cernan thinks we should. And I think in our lifetime we'll see a manned mission to Mars. J'Mac.

5:56 PM  
Anonymous catfleas said...

Beautiful picture, Donal. I would love to be there and see one take off. Has to be so exciting.

8:20 PM  
Anonymous catfleas said...

Also I love the little space rocket on the side, Donal. Where do you find such cuteness?

8:36 PM  
Blogger The Merry Widow said...

Catfleas-Even the shuttle gets to be, ho-hum...after 2 decades?
I didn't even know what time it was due to go off, when it did, it was so blasted hot I stayed inside.
I did go out to see the Mars Phoenix probe go off...does that count?
Donal-We are under a long lasting heat wave, the folks in Virginia, DC and so on are really suffering. The heat index is 100+ degrees, and a lot of people have no ac at work! AND that heat wave is funneling storms to the northeast, who has ever heard of a tornado in Brooklyn before? Especially an F2?
All those buildings have literally changed the climate!
Good morning, G*D bless and Maranatha!


3:37 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey everyone! We went outside yesterday for the regular space shuttle watch. What a strange thing to say. That something so marvelous could be "regular"... Anyways the neighbors all go outside to watch the launches because we can see them 10 seconds after liftoff, WHAT A SIGHT!


4:18 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I agree Johnny we must go back to the moon, but given the staggering pricetag we have to be working towards something specific. Something other than planting the flag. Maybe it could be the building of a deep space launch pad? Large payloads for interstellar trips are limited by terrestrial (sp?) launches and could be 10 times easier from a lunar base.

Either way we should bring a Brit, an Aussie, and an Israeli astronaut with us to help pay for the mission AND to show the rest of the world that being a friend of America has GREAT benefits.


4:28 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Morgan how are you? Sorry I haven't called in a while. I'll be calling you this week-end. J'Mac.

4:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm doing great. Thanks for asking homeboy. I've been going crazy with work, but the phone has slowed down so I've been working overtime making sure that
business doesn't slow down too. How have you and Ann and the grandkids been?

3:29 AM  

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