The Grim reaper strikes. Official death thread

Frank Borman, the Gary, Indiana native commanded the Apollo 8 flight that was the first manned mission to fly to the moon, setting up NASA to take "one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind" during the moon landing the next year. NASA credits him as "a hero of the American Space Odyssey" who extended "man's horizons into space."
Borman died Tuesday in Billings, Montana at the age of 95, according to NASA.
 
Frank Borman, the Gary, Indiana native commanded the Apollo 8 flight that was the first manned mission to fly to the moon, setting up NASA to take "one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind" during the moon landing the next year. NASA credits him as "a hero of the American Space Odyssey" who extended "man's horizons into space."
Borman died Tuesday in Billings, Montana at the age of 95, according to NASA.
 

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At least Rosalynn died knowing her husband is no longer considered the worst President in history.
Yup. He’s no worse than 3rd now.

What a life she had. We should all be as lucky to contribute as she did for as long as she did.
 
Yup. He’s no worse than 3rd now.

What a life she had. We should all be as lucky to contribute as she did for as long as she did.
Sadly I think Jimmy Carter had the best intentions for the country. It just turned out his ideas were shit. I would never say corrupt like I would the current resident.
 
Jimmy and Rosalyn were and are good people. Jimmy though, was a crappy president. The job was too big for him. From peanuts to president was too big of a jump. R.I.P. Rosalynn.
 
I just see if you are nuts….. grow nuts and eat nuts and Phuck up the country doing it….. you live a long life…. Biden and Jimmy…. A gong show
 
Frank Borman, the Gary, Indiana native commanded the Apollo 8 flight that was the first manned mission to fly to the moon, setting up NASA to take "one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind" during the moon landing the next year. NASA credits him as "a hero of the American Space Odyssey" who extended "man's horizons into space."
Borman died Tuesday in Billings, Montana at the age of 95, according to NASA.
Not many of these guys left...most 90+
 
 
Seems like an appropriate place to post this...
Blueone gonna need grief counseling.

Blue Bloods Season 14 will mark the end of the CBS show, which concludes in 2024. The Tom Selleck-led police drama will split the fourteenth and final season into two parts, per TV Insider, with the first ten episodes arriving on Friday, February 16 at 10 PM ET. It’ll also stream live on Paramount+. The remaining eight episodes will debut in Fall 2024.

Tom Selleck’s statement on the end of Blue Bloods

“For the past 13 years it has been an honor and a privilege to work on a show that not only celebrates the men and women who protect and serve in New York City, but also displayed the importance of family,” shared Selleck, who plays Frank Reagan.

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