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September 19, 2005



funny, for a fake.

Jeff Jotz

My inner nerd is coming out...

If this is set in the early 1960s, why are there references to 2001: A Space Odyssey and hitting golf balls on the moon? I thought those things were products of the late 60s.

mr. mike

I can out-nerd you (five years later):

They didn't have F-14s in the one man Mercury capsule days; just F-4s. Monroe still could've made it; the F-4 has two seats (rear-seat radar operator, same with later F-14.)

This play reminds me of that "Twilight Zone" where Earl Holliman is an astronaut and hallucinates that he is in a town when he is actually in a moon-shot capsule simulator.
The loneliness and heavy workload of long spaceflights made multi-man capsules a neccesity.

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