Discussion in 'Free Speech Alley' started by shane0911, Aug 15, 2018.
Ima go with Charles on this one.
Ryan freaking gosling. Seriously.
If they are going to fictionalize it why don't they make Armstrong a black lesbian with a latin last name.
So this guy met and interviewed Neil Armstrong. Found him to be very, nice and humble, but incredibly proud to be an American. I'm leaning very hard towards Armstrong would not have approved of the flag planting left out of the movie.
"While Armstrong never viewed himself as a “hero,” he was incredibly proud to be an American. An American, who before becoming a test pilot and the first human on the moon, was a highly decorated naval aviator who flew 78 combat missions during the Korean War."
"Armstrong was a proud American who served his nation with great distinction who saw the moon landing as an American achievement worthy of an American flag being left on the surface forever in recognition of the tremendous sacrifice it took to get our nation there."
"...Armstrong felt very strongly about maintaining American preeminence in space. In 2010, Armstrong testified before the Senate saying that then-President Obama’s disappearing space program: “…presents no challenges, has no focus, and in fact, is a blueprint for a mission to nowhere.”"
Don't tell me he got drunk and started declaring "You don't phuck with the Chuck!". If so i'd be very disappointed.
You democrats out there must be so proud as you watch the left try to disrupt the confirmation hearing. Disgusting
The Subversive Sirens.....gay synchronized swim team. Hey, the won Gold at the Gay Games in Paris. Who knew there was such a thing......
Russians do mo betta.
Only pics I have ever seen where the Russian, uh men-women looked better than our whatever.
score 1 for communism.
the ugly truth about lesbians
Now that the investigation has moved from Boston to New York.....some of this is beyond disturbing.
"Documents obtained by CNN suggest Bishop Richard J. Malone did not sanction priests accused of sexual abuse and concealed the identities of alleged "predator priests" from the public.
In a preemptive move in March, Malone released a list of 42 priests in the Buffalo diocese who had left the priesthood after facing accusations of sexually abusing minors. "The diocese of Buffalo is committed to correcting the mistakes and sins of the past," he said at the time.....
But a trove of secret diocesan records, first reported by CNN affiliate WKBW and obtained by CNN, show the number of accused priests could be up to 200.
The records are stashed by diocese officials in what they call the "Secret Archives" -- confidential files of living priests who are still being monitored -- or "the Well," which contains case files that are to be shredded.
Part of the trove comes from a thick black binder kept in a closet next to a vacuum cleaner, according to a source familiar with the matter. The source told CNN that the binder is a 300-page briefing book prepared by the dioceses' attorneys for Malone when he became bishop in 2012.
It contains "pending matters" in "anticipation of litigation," and lists the names of dozens of accused priests as well as a number of victim accounts."
Secret records of up to 200 accused priests kept in a binder in a closet next to the vacuum cleaner. It's almost too bizarre to be real and yet, the records aren't secret any longer.