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January 9, 2008 in Places, Travel | 2 comments
Here are the photos from the Zero-G flight I took today.
Mike Taht on January 10, 2008 at 4:03 pm
You blogging bastard. I’ve longed to take that ride but I could never afford it. I’d suffer far worse things than CES to do what you just did!
Anyway, there’s a story I’d like to retell. That story is getting towards the middle now, and better by the moment… the Stardance project got off the ground, finally, and have put up some footage of a trained dancer, doing her moves in zero-g. Beautiful stuff.
The beginnings of that story still move me to tears. It was kindled by Peter, by, oh, I don’t feel like retelling that magic moment in short form, you can read it here…
JTH (Chip) on January 11, 2008 at 7:49 am
Fusion of Esther’s PCForum and “Flight School”
Happy/Healthy New Year
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