Did NASA Fake the Moon Landing? Also, what happens to all our socks? I know they are covering that up, too.

"Alright. I gotta take a pee, so hurry up and take the picture. Is the flash on? Really? Man, you suck."

So, This Monday will be the 40th Anniversary of the Moon landing!  Yes!  We walked all over that thing and it was awesome!  We brought some rocks back, we planted an American flag, we took some pictures, played some golf, rode around on a golf cart.  It was Awesome and we were Americans and we said, hey Russia.  Yeah, you, Russia.  You suck cause you can’t go to the Moon and we did!  In your face!  In your face!  USA!  USA! Wait…what?  People think we didn’t go to the Moon?  Huh?  It was a fake?  What?  There’s a website?  No, not a website!  That means it’s true!  We really didn’t go to the Moon! There’s a website, and they told us that!  Websites mean it has to be true!

According to DARK SIDE OF THE MOON, the most important film of its kind since Oliver Stone’s JFK – or since Rob Reiner’s This is Spinal Tap, at any rate – images of Neil Armstrong’s walk on the moon on July 20, 1969 were shown to the world through the lens of master film-maker Stanley Kubrick and were staged on the same Borehamwood, U.K., soundstage where Kubrick made his landmark film, 2001: A Space Odyssey.

Stanley Kubrick!  Stanley Kubrick!  Did you see Eyes Wide Shut? What was up with all that sex?  Sorry, let’s stay on track.  Not only is there a website, but Fox made a movie about it in 2001.  I mean, if Fox made a movie about it, it has to be true, right?  Fox never lies.

So, what do you guys think?  Did we land on the Moon?  I think so.  Why would people lie about that stuff? Next you are gonna tell me that the US Government planned out 9/11.  Oh, wait…