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Friday July 18th, 1969 14:46 - Apollo 11 mission day 3 of 9 - 302,400 Kilometers from Earth, 3,807 km/h, Command Module docked with Lunar Module. 

Apollo 11 Photograph AS11-36-5378


Quote1I'm 67 years old. Every day, the future looks a little bit darker. But the past... even the grimy parts of it... keep on getting brighter. Quote2
-- Sally Jupiter src
Sally Jupiter is a character in the comic Watchmen, which should be required reading...
echo "Depression is a bitch." | sha512sum | fold -w 40


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There will be a show tonight. I hope you will join us.

Cheers,
Illya



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