And I'm not talking Michael Jackson. I mention this as I was driving home around midnight last night, virtually noone out on the road but me and the moon was blazin' away almost full, bright as could be due to cloudless sky. It got me to thinking about the first moon landing/walk, where I was when I watched it, listening to Walter Cronkite narrating and how exciting it was to watch as a kid on grainy black and white TV. And then I had the thought of trying to explain to someone who knew nothing about the event due to age or ignorance, "oh yeah by the way (pointing at the moon) we have flown there and landed and got out and walked around, several times." The Mars lander and video were exciting and the pictures were stunning and all that was accomplished, but it never came close to the excitement of seeing Neil Armstrong walk down the ladder and drop onto the moon surface. Thats all, just a rambling thought I had last night that is still in my head today. Later today I will be around alot of people who were there with me when that happened.