Terry Adams Posted June 6, 2006 Share Posted June 6, 2006 In 1969 I borrowed a 13" color television from a furniture store that I worked for while attending a Community College in Eastern Kentucky. It was the first color television that my family had up until this time, so, I bought it. (By the way, it's cost was $898.00, financed, I might add, for 24 months) Based on the prices of the new HDTV models, I am satisfied that history does, in fact, repeat itself. Anyway, back to the subject, how is it that a 54 year old man, who considers himself sufficiently educated (University of Kentucky) and fairly intelligent, is now questioning something that is one of the most imprtant events of all time. I have spent considerable time attempting to make a determination as to how I have reached this point. Would someone please enlighten me as to how something of this magnitude (the questioning of the reality of the moon landing) could possibly have happened. Terry Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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