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    The Moon Landing: 41 years later, still better than a punch in the face

    When Neil Armstrong took his first steps on the moon in 1969, I did not care. I was two, mind you. But 41 years ago, it was a really, really big deal. Bigger than iPad or Lady Gaga even, if you can imagine that.


    Of course, some people still believe the moon landing was a hoax. To answer that claim, I present Buzz Aldrin, the second man on the moon:


    Crossposted at William K. Wolfrum Chronicles


    As I don't think I'll ever be able to land on the moon, do you think I could get Buzz Aldrin to punch me in the face? I mean, usually I'm not a big fan of getting punched in the face, but if Buzz were the one doing the punching, I think the pain would totally be worth it.

    Maybe we could have some sort of charity deal, where fans can line up to be clocked by Buzz.

    (Ok, everyone, use "Clocked by Buzz" in a sentence)

    I was Clocked by a Buzz once, okay more than once, but it was a different kind of Buzz. Although, I might add, it is really good for curing a hangover and taking a nap.

    And that's what you'll be getting from me, with your stupid jokes about Sasquatch.


    I have a bit of a lead foot, so I'm always getting clocked by buzz, er, fuzz.

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    I used to troll my cousin's blog and accuse him of sexual acts with marsupials, but then he deactivated my account. I can't believe that I was blocked by cuz. Oh wait...that's not right.

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