How to get to the moon in one easy step

Do a Google search for images with the phrase No Limits, and this is what you’ll get.

Every one of these signs will ensure you never get to the moon.
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Angela, what are you saying? Are you crazy? Everybody knows that —

Angela has tuned out your crazy talk right now and all she hears coming from you is blah, blah, blah. So listen up and let her tell you how to get to the moon in one easy step.

Step One:

Accept Your Limitations.

That’s right. Astronauts know this and, in fact, rely upon knowing their limitations in order to survive. Gravity, oxygen, and temperature are only three of the limitations they must accept before they can go to the moon.

When was the last time you saw an astronaut stand on the ground, jump, and break the hold of gravity?

When was the last time you saw an astronaut go outside the firmament without air supply?

When was the last time you saw an astronaut walk in space without a suit to keep him warm?

Well? When?

The popular notion that we do not have limits is just a bunch of politically correct crapola that has done nothing but make a lot of people feel bad.

“Hey, just put your mind to it and you can do anything!”

That thinking is a load of very warm, fresh, and aromatic bull hockey. Furthermore, that notion stops innovation.

You see, in order to go to the moon, innovation to handle the limitations had to happen in order to do something awesome.

Powerful thrusters. New types of fuel. Vehicles designed to withstand a multitude of conditions and to support life within its hull. Navigation. The list is huge.

But these days, not much real innovation is going on because people are told all you have to do is believe and — bam — it shall be so. Sort of like the PC version of twitching that nose, yeah?bewitched

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