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“Meteorites are older than the Earth, and some are older than our solar system. They have spent millions of years traveling through unknown parts of space, being bathed in cosmic rays and frozen almost to absolute zero. During their celestial wanderings, a few of them cross paths with our planet, which is a small target out there in the perpetual night. Some bounce back into space, never to be seen again; some burn up completely in Earth’s atmosphere; others fall into oceans where they will not be found. A very few are seen to fall by observers. Some of those falls are recovered, studied, photographed, and placed reverently in museum cabinets and collection cases. And that is what I do: I search the globe for space rocks.” by @geoffnotkin 

For Immediate Release—

The latest news from Aerolite Meteorites and Geoff Notkin, star of TV’s “Meteorite Men”                                                                                                              

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Question:  Have you made your own kite? And…have you flown a kite? ツ

As I was reading, and picturing images in my mind―It was believable.

Answer:  Funny you should ask. I used to LOVE flying kites But one huge incident changed all that. I was 9 yrs old when I was really into kite flying. I really, really wanted to send a kite as high as I could.
I purchased spool after spool of string, and sent that sucker as high as I could. I guess it went too high. You see it was a windy day, and I sent my $5.94 K-Bee kite as high as I could. Apparently it was too high.
The darn thing got snagged on a DC-10 that was passing overhead…
well one thing lead to another, and you know how things go. The next thing I knew it was state troopers as well as the FAA officials had swarmed the house. It was pretty amazing.
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Okay, I made the whole thing up..but I do love to fly kites. And yes I have made my own kite.

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The 2011 yearbook is now available at:                            https://www.meet-meme.com/cards/yearbook

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“Remember Kids, take it easy and if it’s easy, take it twice!” ~                      ©Thomas Clifford                    

Follow Tommy at @TommyTRC !

For Tarlov Cyst Disease Info: http://www.tarlovcystfoundation.org                                               Sac-like cyst located in the spine/back. Note: Be hesitate on epidural/spine injections. They relieve pain BUT only if it is insertedto the root of the problem.

Like with everythingmoderation!

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