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Good morning Conrad Allen . My question is, "How many people have been mooned?"
There are some folks who do not think that we ever sent a man to the moon.
Troy Erickson AZ Realt...
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Well, got it right but can't remeber how I knew or if it was a lucky guess!
I got it almost right
I knew about Neil in fact I've met him and his wife. I actually thought there were 14..I stand corrected!
Woo hoo, had that question in Trivia Crack and knew the answer.
Actually, Aldrin was scheduled to be first by NASA, but there was a change of plans.
Conrad Allen - I did not know there are only 12 people who have walked on moon. I thought there were many more.
I like Fred Griffin 's answer best, not idea if he is right but it is interesting, and who knew that Michael Jackson was a freemason?
Fred Griffin Florida R...
Until now, I had no idea!
You mean we can't count those who partied last weekend?
I agree with Chrissi Chapman Topoleski . We have the word "moonwalk" as a password between us, which means it is time to skedadle or disengage from a stupid situation with people. A
Michael Jackson did it best!
Conspiracy Theorists believe that America never went to the Moon. It was a masterstroke of propaganda during the Cold War, to propel the United States ahead of the Soviet Union in public opinion.
The bogus moon landings were filmed at an atomic test site in Nevada, and in a Disney Studio in south Texas.
The producers of this charade were all Freemasons, or sons of Freemasons.
According to Conspiracy Theorist William Cooper,
"C. Fred Kleinknect, head of NASA at the time of the Apollo Space Program, is now the Sovereign Grand Commander of the Council of the 33rd Degree of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry of the Southern Jurisdiction.
It was his reward for pulling it off. All of the first astronauts were Freemasons. There is a photograph in the House of the Temple in Washington DC of Neil Armstrong on the moon's surface (supposedly) in his spacesuit holding his Masonic Apron in front of his groin."
Conrad - I did not know the answer, but had no idea it has been so few.
Conrad Allen I did not know there were 12 who walked on the moon.
I'm sure it was memorable for each of them.
I had no idea how many, Conrad. Somehow would have thought it was more than 12.
Good morning Conrad. I wonder if it was worth the expense?
Well I had Neil right, but I didn't know how many came and walked on the moon after him.
You are too funny!
What is the longest drive and I am not talking about around in the roover?