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Message Subject My Husband Directed The Fake Moon Landing Says Stanley Kubrick's Widow.
Poster Handle Anonymous Coward
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Neal Armstrong lives a few miles away from me. He rarely comes out of his house. He does not want to be bothered. He does not want to talk about the moon. Hmmmmmmm....
 Quoting: Xannixon

Perhaps all Americans can agree with the great Neil Armstrong, whose famous quote appears in Wagener's biography on a special summary page at the end of the book (search for honestly say inside the book):

[link to www.amazon.com]
As for walking on the moon, sometimes I wonder if that really happened. I can honestly say--and it's a great surprise to me--that I have never had a dream about being on the moon. It's a great disappointment to me.

- Neil Armstrong

The first sentence makes clear that Mr. Armstrong is skeptical of the reality of the "moon landings"--and therefore so should we.

The second sentence is a little more cryptic, but understandable by analogy. Let's say that a young actor gets a reputation in fan magazines as a playboy. But as he gets older and never settles down with anyone, rumors start to swirl about him. Finally, when his career is over anyway, he cryptically mentions in an interview that "I've never dreamt of having relations with a woman. It's a great disappointment to me." What do you think the actor is trying to tell us?
 Quoting: Skeptic the First

Neil Armstrong and Rock Hudson are friends for Eternity.

Great thread for cultivating relatively painless disillusionment!

Many thx, O/P!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 7133050

Or they did something to these guys' memories. I didn't know Armstrong said this, but Aldrin is on record as stating that he cannot recall actually walking on the Moon. I can't recall where I heard read/heard this. It may be a reference in Hoagland's book Dark Mission.
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