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  1. "shake and bake" has been posted 3 times in this thread ....so no.
  2. That’s my memory too....my Dad woke me up to watch it. I was 9.
  3. 50 years ago today. At 1:46 p.m., the lunar module Eagle, manned by Armstrong and Aldrin, separated from the command module, where Collins remained. Two hours later, the Eagle began its descent to the lunar surface, and at 4:17 p.m. the craft touched down on the southwestern edge of the Sea of Tranquility. Armstrong immediately radioed to Mission Control in Houston, Texas, a now-famous message: "The Eagle has landed." At 10:39 p.m., five hours ahead of the original schedule, Armstrong opened the hatch of the lunar module. As he made his way down the module's ladder, a television camera attached to the craft recorded his progress and beamed the signal back to Earth, where hundreds of millions watched in great anticipation. At 10:56 p.m., as Armstrong stepped off the ladder and planted his foot on the moon’s powdery surface, he spoke his famous quote, which he later contended was slightly garbled by his microphone and meant to be "that's one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind." https://www.history.com/topics/space-exploration/moon-landing-1969
  4. Anderson should be on everyone’s Undervalued List. I’d be happy to have him as a WR2 and elated if he’s my WR3.
  5. I have Mahomes and Hill in a 2 player keeper league. I'm currently pretty happy.
  6. Room Temperature Chicken is the name of my Bruce Springsteen or Bob Seger cover band.
  7. 50 years ago today: At 9:32 a.m. EDT on July 16, with the world watching, Apollo 11 took off from Kennedy Space Center with astronauts Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins (1930-) aboard. Armstrong, a 38-year-old civilian research pilot, was the commander of the mission. https://www.history.com/topics/space-exploration/moon-landing-1969
  8. I'm excited about it too. I was elementary school age at the time so I have pretty good memories of around Apollo 8 and on. I've been watching a lot of Space Race documentaries on the Smithsonian Channel, History Channel, etc. There's a couple of good ones on Netflix too....Last Man on the Moon (about Gene Cernan) and Mission Control.
  9. I love him in Arrested Development but my first thought when i saw the thread title was Horrible Bosses.
  10. Add the wood grain panel stickers on the sides and that's the second car I owned.
  11. I think I'll stay with Taste of the Wild and ask the vet about it at the next Wellness Exam.
  12. Great racing..... in the closing laps especially If every F1 event was that good I’d be a much bigger fan
  13. I dvr-ed it and have only had time to watch about half of it so far. It is very good. I guess it played on IMAX and other big screens a while back...wish I would have been able to see it then. I’m looking forward to watching more shows like this as the 50th Anniversary of Armstrong’s walk approaches. I watched the Gene Cernan doc on Netflix the other day. The Smithsonian channel has some shows currently playing...I don’t think it’s new programs though.
  14. Elkhart Lake is a great track. I went up there a couple of times in the CART days...hope to get back.