In 1959, the first man-made device arrived on the moon.

In 1969, man first set foot on the surface of the moon. :smiley:

In 2009, man has decided to blow it the @#$% up. :Q

http://buzz.yahoo.com/buzzlog/93080?fp=1

Coolest. Thing. Ever.

For $79 Million Dollars, it better the hell be.

I don’t even get a copy of it on DVD for that price.

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I knew this reminded me of something.

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We can always play the Song of Time to bring it back to what it was before.

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Listen to me damnit! I’m gonna come there myself and kick you in the nuts!

:lol I love Home Movies.

Did no one see the recent remake of The Time Machine?

I did!

The moon falling was epic.

Yeah, it was great. Strayed quite a bit from book, but I really enjoyed it if only for the fact that Guy Pearce was the lead.

And yes, like Trex said, the part with the moon falling out of orbit (it didn’t fricking fall to Earth, Trex… it was just a gravitational problem) was really cool. And not to mention it had Orlando Jones.

[quote=“nothere413”]Yeah, it was great. Strayed quite a bit from book, but I really enjoyed it if only for the fact that Guy Pearce was the lead.

And yes, like Trex said, the part with the moon falling out of orbit (it didn’t fricking fall to Earth, Trex… it was just a gravitational problem) was really cool. And not to mention it had Orlando Jones.[/quote]
It wasn’t a gravitational problem, the humans frigging blew it to bits trying to build houses on it.

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I’m pretty sure all the housing caused a gravitational issue and it caused the moon to break up in the atmosphere when it got pulled too close to the Earth.

From Wikipedia:

Wow, the fact that I was listening to Twilight (the ELO song) while reading this is actually really ironic.

Protip: Twilight is a song about Time travel.

Your Wikipedia quote proved me right you know…

It was an oribital problem.

The detonations didn’t “BESPLODE THE MOON”.

How about we just say it was both and leave it at that?

Fine. :disgust; But I know I’m right.

The moon completely deserved it.

The Plutonians get the last laugh after all! :lol

Would blowing up the moon do something freaky to the planet like creating monster tidal waves?

Yeah, considering it controls the tides, it would create massive flooding and whatnot

What would happen if the moon was gone?

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