Well Scipio, that might just explain why NASA said not to worry about the "UFOs" that were interestingly orbiting alongside the Shuttle the other day . They might have found out finally that one of the astronauts didn't properly dispose of a certain "package" before they landed.ScipioAmericanus wrote:Well said, Gauntlet! I ECHO your comment about BuShips, and your other ones as well!Gauntlet- wrote:ScipioAmericanus
-i agree thats an awful picture (regardless of why its awful casting or knife, its awful and should not make it through marketing)
-You are acting far too much like a fanboy and reading too much into what people say
neither of you should bring up qualifications for identifying miscasts, because we are speaking through the internet and cannot verrify any supposed experience. You could cite sources that would be valid, but just because I say I was an astronaut doesn't make me one (even I really was)
Now Buships there is a class act
stay cool everybody
@Rooster: Again, thanks for posting a thread that said I was missed. I guess I'm not ALL bad.
@Quark: Thanks for the props bro!
@Gauntlet: Well, maybe now I can finally get an answer to a question that has troubled me for decades, indeed, ever since I became aware of the space program: how do you astronauts go poopy and what happens to it? Do you just carry it around in your suits until you land? Is that why all the pics of the Apollo astronauts in their space suits look like they've got big a$$es?
And will you and Gauntlet stop that stuff or I'll have to start denying that I've stolen both of your logon passwords...