The Day of the Dhimmi is Done -
Michael Lumish, PhD, proprietor. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
You can feel bad for them if you want, but they got a trip around the moon. I'd take it.
I would, too.But they just missed landing on the surface. It wasn't their goal but, nonetheless, it must have been a heartbreak.Cernan, Stafford, and Young watched Armstrong and Aldrin land on the face of the moon and thought to themselves, "This could just as easily have been us."
Wasn't Cernan the last to walk on the moon?
He was.I just wonder what it must have been like for these guys to witness Apollo 11.I assume that they were both ecstatic and terribly jealous.