While the American economy has been in a downhill spiral for years now, many were quick to blame it on the man in charge, President Obama. Regardless of the complaints, Obama has managed to win re-election so according to the people, he must be doing something right, or at least isn’t doing anything horribly wrong. Here is a clip post results that Obama is indeed the 44th President of the United States. Congratulations Obama and America on another successful election, despite Hurricane Sandy occurring just days before.
If you haven’t seen this it’s definitely worth a look. It is by far one of the most incredible fiets I’ve ever witnessed. I pictured myself right there looking down at Earth and about to leap and personally I think I would have gone into cardiac arrest.
I came across this video on The Electronic Intifada blog. It’s pretty interesting watching these kids casually climbing on tanks, holding the end of machine guns and talking about how they can’t wait to get to use such weapons – including grenades- to kill Arabs. So what are they trying to teach the next generation exactly? I am not implying that this is the main reason behind some of the turmoil in the region, but it’s sure as hell a huge factor. Read more about this indoctrination here on the original link. It’s some seriously sick and disturbing stuff.
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The US astronaut Neil Armstrong secured his place in history on 20 July 1969, when, as commander of the Apollo 11 spacecraft, he was the first man to set foot on the moon, and made his famous statement: “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.” Armstrong was accompanied on that epic journey by Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin, the pilot of the lunar landing module with the call sign Eagle, and Michael Collins, pilot of the command module with the call sign Columbia.
Armstrong, 82, died Saturday after surgery earlier this month for blocked arteries. A fighter pilot in the Korean War, a test pilot and an engineering professor, he will also be remembered as the astronaut who fulfilled the goal that President John F. Kennedy set out — to put a man on the moon by end of the 1960′s — and the first among equals in the pantheon of astronauts from the moon race. May he rest in peace, a true legend that left behind a huge legacy.
This is the video of his legendary moon landing. Enjoy.