DIS Dad #257
- Nov 10, 2008
I wish that were the case with cars. Most of the time, I have no idea.Great. Now I have to pay extra
for something I can do myself.
Not in the least! I remember being able to see it from the Disney Cruise port, miles away.Yeah!
I think everyone looks at it and just...
look away. Dull. Boring. Cube.
It's not small.
I haven't heard of that before. That sounds...dangerous.And... did you know there are plans for that?
It's called Orion and works like this:
You set off a nuclear bomb under a plate.
I guarantee that plate will move.
You keep throwing nuclear bombs
under it. You now have thrust.
Heck, yes! I've met one or two around here that are pretty good.Are you disputing the claim??
Me too. I think being alive does make a difference. I remember sitting in school when the principal announced the Challenger disaster on the P.A. It's a memory as opposed to a part of history you read about.And yet... I don't know if it's time,
the fact that I lived one and not the other,
the fact that there was a school teacher,
or the fact that there were 7 vs 3...
The Challenger disaster hits me much harder.
Same with something like 9/11 vs. Pearl Harbor. Both are horrible events, full of tragedy. 9/11 draws more of an emotional response from me, though.
Well, we ugly Americans are obnoxious to all other nations, right? Don't answer that.You know you're chanting that
to a Canadian, right?
So. Awesome.Very much! Nothing demonstrates more
that this thing's been in space, than those
scars on the tiles.
A docent there said that after it landed,
they basically drained all the harmful
chemicals out and put it up, as is.
Another cool thing?
They took the engines out...
because they're using them.
These photos are amazing!