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Thursday, July 20, 2006


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Joseph j7uy5

I was in my parent's bedroom. They had just gotten our first color TV, and every once in a while, they would let the kids in to watch it. (The older black and white TV was out in the family room.)

On the first day of my sixth grade class, the techer asked us what the most important event of the summer was. Nobody answered. He told us the moon landing was the most important event. I remember that, because I wondered at the time, why it was so important. His asking that question got me to be more interested in the space program.

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