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Hartmut

[Merged] Neil Armstrong remembered

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Hi there,

If interested you can watch all four episodes of this rare interview with a most remarkable

man, who will be remembered as long as humans exist, by clicking on the next episode after

the first one has finished.

The link below should put to rest all the doubts certain conspiracy addicts have - about the

supreme effort of having succeeded of landing men (and not just Neil Armstrong) on the moon.

http://thebottomline.cpaaustralia.com.au/#.UDnmlQOsQo0.email

(Please watch it all in full mode)

Cheerio, Hartmut :-)

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Be seeing you, Neil.

Sentiment appreciated, buy way wrong forum.

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names not apparition but whatever lol

He misread it. It happens.

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I've just watched all four vids. The mention of a 'fake' moon landing takes about 30secs ....... Armstrong simply laughs it off, basically(what else would he do?!).

Personally, I found the whole thing disturbing, almost shocking ........ certainly depressing. But hey, that's just me.

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The link below should put to rest all the doubts certain conspiracy addicts have - about the

supreme effort of having succeeded of landing men (and not just Neil Armstrong) on the moon.

How do you think 'all the doubts certain conspiracy addicts have' are 'put to rest' by these videos?

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How do you think 'all the doubts certain conspiracy addicts have' are 'put to rest' by these videos?

Right, they'll never give up!!

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The link below should put to rest all the doubts certain conspiracy addicts have - about the

supreme effort of having succeeded of landing men (and not just Neil Armstrong) on the moon.

http://thebottomline...nmlQOsQo0.email

Cheerio, Hartmut :-)

Cow's will be flying to and colonizing the moon before this happens.

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Alas, it is true, no matter how many rational arguments anyone puts forward,

ignorant people will never be persuaded to change their narrow-minded viewpoints.

The best example of this is, that some still think Hitler was a hero.

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I think these may be the videos that Hartmut was trying to link to: http://thebottomline.cpaaustralia.com.au/

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I think these may be the videos that Hartmut was trying to link to: http://thebottomline...stralia.com.au/

Yes, and think the most important, and utterly true statement made by this gentleman, Alex Malley, in this film, was as follows:

"I think for people who are leaders, and people who aspire to be leaders, listening to Neil Armstrong is far better than doing any educational MBA program that exists in the world today."

:tu: :tu:

I would also add that working under people like Chris Kraft, and Gene Krantz, and Glynn Lunney would be of equal value in the area of leadership training, as any Apollo flight controller or Flight Director would heartily agree!

:tsu::tsu: :tsu:

That room, that experience, and that program was a leadership laboratory second to none anywhere...

:tu:

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I think these may be the videos that Hartmut was trying to link to: http://thebottomline...stralia.com.au/

Yes, and think the most important, and utterly true statement made by this gentleman, Alex Malley, in this film, was as follows:

"I think for people who are leaders, and people who aspire to be leaders, listening to Neil Armstrong is far better than doing any educational MBA program that exists in the world today."

I would also add that working under people like Chris Kraft, and Gene Krantz, and Glynn Lunney would be of equal value in the area of leadership training, as any Apollo flight controller would heartily agree!

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