April 23, 1972. A ride in the Apollo 16 lunar rover proves there are no paved roads on the Moon — not yet.
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Anonymous asked: I am afraid to ask such a hard question but who you think is the best.. Jackie Chan or Bruce Lee? I would go with Jackie, definitely. How about you?
The better martial artist or entertainer? I’m on record as not exactly being the biggest fan of Bruce Lee’s filmography. It’s fine, don’t get me wrong, but it doesn’t blow my mind.
I would say Jackie’s body of work is superior to Bruce’s…by far. But I will say that, had Bruce lived, he would have made a slew of incredible films. His filmography would be outstanding.
But Jackie’s is more my taste as it stands. It’s just a personal preference. I love the comedy, the variety and adore Jackie’s choreography/stunts.
As for who’s the better martial artist? Bruce Lee without a doubt. It’s questionable whether Jackie is actually a martial artist at all (although he’s certainly had some experience). Bruce is just a legend in that category.
So, who’s better? Well, I’d rather watch Jackie’s films that Bruce’s but Bruce is a bigger icon. Bruce is a bigger influence and certainly the prime example of a kung fu cinema god.
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Transformations, aka Alien Transformations (1988)
Anonymous asked: Just so you know, Neil Degrasse Tyson is not the nice person he portrays himself to be. He sneaked into my house and stole my Easter candy, then said that if I told anyone nobody would believe me! He is not someone to be trusted or admired.
You know who told me there was no Easter bunny? Carl Sagan.
Then he proceeded to give me a wedgie.
Stephen Hawking broke up my parents’ marriage.