Tuesday, July 21, 2009

A quick lesson in civility from a man who once walked on the moon.



For all the Internet bloggers and trolls who attack people from behind the screen of anonymity, here's some quick advice - don't try it in person.

Here's a guy who believes the moon landing was a hoax and he's confronting Buzz Aldrin in public.

What can we learn from this encounter?

If you're a pasty couch monkey, don't call a former fighter pilot a liar and a coward. There is a thing called honor, and jet jockeys take it seriously.

Carry on.

6 comments:

JD Rhoades said...

From Wikipedia:

Beverly Hills police and the city's prosecutor declined to file charges after witnesses confirmed that Sibrel had initiated physical contact. Sibrel suffered no serious injuries.


As Chris Rock once said: "I ain't sayin' I CONDONE it..but I understand!"

David Terrenoire said...

Thanks for the update. I was wondering what happened.

eviljwinter said...

What kills me about moon hoaxers is the outrageous belief that the government could actually keep that big of a secret in the post-Watergate world for more than, say, five minutes.

Not possible.

Nope.

They couldn't even lock down Clinton's free blow jobs long enough for Monica to swallow.

Any example they could cite would only prove my point. (Gee, if we know about that, it's not really secret, is it?)

Too many fucktards, not enough loving mallets of correction.

Charlieopera said...

This was great.

Sometimes a punch in the chops is worth a thousand words.

Sometimes that is all an asshole will ever understand.

Good for Mr. Aldrin.

Gerard Saylor said...

As an internet troll and keyboard tough guy I take offense at this.

David Terrenoire said...

Just remember to keep your hands up, Gerard.

And duck.