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Don’t ever call Buzz Aldrin a “liar and a coward”

Buzz Aldrin is 72 years old.  He’s also a national hero.

Watch this this  moon landing denying D-bag harass Aldrin (and tell me that jerk doesn’t remind you of a cleaned up Michael Moore).  Watch him get in Aldrin’s face and call him a “liar” and a “coward”.

Finally, watch the result:

 

Consider it your "feel good" vid of the day.

~McQ

Twitter: @McQandO

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16 Responses to Don’t ever call Buzz Aldrin a “liar and a coward”

  • Pretty good right hand, too!!!

  • Nice form, Buzz.

  • Another example of why they are “The Greatest Generation”.

    • Oh please, it has nothing to do with his generation, there were nuts like that SOB in Aldrin’s time and there are good, upstanding men like Aldrin around now as well. @Constitution First

  • Nice right. What the hell is that rotten slob pestering him all about? Is he a lone nut or some sort of Larouche bot?

    • @martinmcphillips Reckon he’s one of those guys who maintian the moon landing was done on a sound-stage in Pasadena.

      One notch from the Truthers. A curious form of “lunacy”…heh…

  • We once had Scott Carpenter call the house while we were out.
    We save the message on the answering machine for about 18 months, when a power outage lost it.

  • Buzz is 82. Those decades fly by, don’t they.

  • When I first saw this video years ago, I visted Sibrel’s website to leave a message via his “contact” form. I asked Sibrel if Aldrin’s fist ever recovered from that severe beating administered to it by Sibrel’s face.

    —Tom Nally, New Orleans

  • How did this whole wacky “faked landing” thing take hold? An Andy Koffman publicity stunt? Critical and informed observation disputes any deception. Watch the behavior of the way the talcum-like dust as it settles in a vacuum as the astronauts and the rover move around, you can only come to the conclusion that there was no way back then to fake that dust behavior without CGI, a filming technique still decades away, same with the movement of the fabric of the flag. Those events in my youth had a direct affect, leading me to my current career in aerospace R&D. From my vantage point, I’ve seen what goes into making space flight a reality, it is real, difficult, dangerous and extraordinarily expensive. That said, most of what we call high-tech (i.e. microchips, fuel cells and exotic materials) is a direct result of aerospace R&D. We got back far more than we invested as a nation, which is why I can’t understand why we aren’t preparing a Mars landing. The technology development required to get us there and back, would put America back in the industrial drivers seat, just like it did in the early 1960′s.

  • How did this whole wacky “faked landing” thing take hold? An Andy Koffman publicity stunt? Critical and informed observation disputes any deception. Watch the behavior of the way the talcum-like dust as it settles in a vacuum as the astronauts and the rover move around, you can only come to the conclusion that there was no way back then to fake that dust behavior without CGI, a filming technique still decades away, same with the movement of the fabric of the flag. Those events in my youth had a direct affect, leading me to my current career in aerospace R&D. From my vantage point, I’ve seen what goes into making space flight a reality, it is real, difficult, dangerous and extraordinarily expensive. That said, most of what we call high-tech (i.e. microchips, fuel cells and exotic materials) is a direct result of aerospace R&D. We got back far more than we invested as a nation, which is why I can’t understand why we aren’t preparing a Mars landing. The technology development required to get us there and back, would put America back in the industrial drivers seat, just like it did in the early 1960′s.