Nordic Space Program. I know the challenger had successful missions, it's a goddamn joke I made once that was kind of funny. This is a repost but I made it I fe skyrim funny Space getting fucked up by Giants reposting
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Nordic Space Program. I know the challenger had successful missions, it's a goddamn joke I made once that was kind of funny. This is a repost but I made it I fe

I know the challenger had successful missions, it's a goddamn joke I made once that was kind of funny.
This is a repost but I made it I feel I should do something to help funnyjunk out and if there's anything I can do good it's think of mildly amusing stuff and then keep it to myself. So I'm posting some of my old stuff.

Anyway I can help!

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Which of the fallowing does net fit with the others?
The correct answer is B, because the
challenger never put a man in spasm
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#1 - Kulthozuer [OP]
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If anyone likes this sort of stuff I can certainly post more stuff.
It's not like I am doing any of the schoolwork I am supposed to be doing.
#48 to #1 - synchron
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More please
More please
User avatar #54 to #1 - duelknight
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MOAR
User avatar #57 to #1 - anenemy
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Make it a little less sloppy and we'll see if I want to see more.
User avatar #62 to #57 - zzforrest
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I'm sure that if he makes more he'll get better at it.
User avatar #97 to #62 - anenemy
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Like I said, we'll see.
User avatar #61 to #1 - zzforrest
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More plz.
Also thanks for using descriptive tags, that's helping FJ get more traffic.
User avatar #99 to #1 - zacharlfreeman
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More please
User avatar #106 to #1 - Kulthozuer [OP]
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Cool I'ma make more stuff I will not guarantee it will be funny, would you like random stupid ass picture or stuff I actually did in real life. I have done some weird, cool stuff if you'd like to hear about it.
User avatar #108 to #1 - nativninja
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more skyrim ****? do it.
User avatar #73 to #1 - Crusader
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Yes, do so.
Admin wants more funny stuff on FJ, do it.
User avatar #44 to #1 - lskovfoged
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It... it's not like.. I am doing any of the schoolwork I am supposed to be doing.. or anything.. baka.

I felt the need to.
#6 - fapperdefap
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Nordic 'space' program
#50 to #6 - imafuckingviking
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and what's wrong with that?
#14 - smbiosis
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The challenger actually sent lots of tiny bits of men into space.


inb4 bitching about tasteless joke
#42 to #14 - thewulfman
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No actually, it didn't. No part of Challenger made it to space. When it broke apart the front section of the shuttle was intact. Some of them were alive when it hit the ground (we know this because safety devices were manually activated).   
   
Also **** this tasteless joke.
No actually, it didn't. No part of Challenger made it to space. When it broke apart the front section of the shuttle was intact. Some of them were alive when it hit the ground (we know this because safety devices were manually activated).

Also **** this tasteless joke.
#58 to #42 - smbiosis
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User avatar #16 to #14 - seras
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*bitching about tasteless joke*
Well, at least it was a blast, right?
#33 to #16 - heartlessstoner
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I see what you did there.
I see what you did there.
User avatar #95 to #16 - unncommon
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It's funny because people died
#5 - bitedapillow
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**** yeah!
#49 - LordoftheLawls
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The Challenger put over 50 men into space over 9 missions.

The answer is all of the above.
User avatar #103 to #49 - djcoldcutz
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Wouldn't the answer be none of the above then?
User avatar #64 to #49 - zzforrest
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Description.
#59 - hazardpay
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>Chose B because of birds in the background   
>Accidentally correct   
>Mfw
>Chose B because of birds in the background
>Accidentally correct
>Mfw
User avatar #63 to #59 - atoaster
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Hopefully that's the foreground, or those are some ******* huge birds.
#55 - kushcopter
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#56 - zombiesexsymbol
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Nords fw
#53 - weirddark
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#4 - anon id: 2856e0c5
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I would say C, because the Russians suck
User avatar #7 to #4 - yonyon
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Sooo... That's why the USA currently relies on them for sending people into space? Also, they won every single part of the space race, except for the moon landing itself.
User avatar #19 to #7 - catpisseverdeen
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The moon was the whole point of the space race. Once again, the tortoise beat the hare. We aren't sending anybody into space right now, thanks to that asshat, Obama and his regime.
User avatar #20 to #19 - yonyon
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Spacerace really is somewhat more complex than that... Trust me, I'm an aerospace engineer.
User avatar #21 to #20 - catpisseverdeen
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But the whole end goal was to get to the moon.
User avatar #24 to #21 - yonyon
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The goal was supremacy in space exploration.
The Russians won:
-First ICBM (used to launch Sputnik, etc.)
-First artificial satellite in Earth orbit
-First animal in orbit (Laika)
-First animals returned safely from orbit
-First person (and man) in space
-First crewed mission lasting a full day
-First woman in space.
-Longest crewed solo orbital flight.
-First human made object on the moon
The USA won:
-The moonlanding
-Things with sattelites
User avatar #66 to #24 - oosime
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you can win the majority of battles, but still lose the war. the us had a hell of a lot more scientific missions (and youre missing a few, like first orbital rendezvous).
User avatar #35 to #24 - curveball
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Space exploration never ended; just because a nation reached certain milestones before another doesn't mean that it can't still be overtaken. Currently Russia is leading, but don't count out America just yet; their Orion and Space Launch Systems have a lot of promise. Another up and coming contender is China, who's just getting started.
User avatar #36 to #35 - yonyon
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I never said it has ended already... I'm an aerospace engineer, I kinda know the thing.
User avatar #47 to #36 - curveball
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You said "the goal was supremacy in space exploration... the Russians won".
I hate to be that guy, but the way you said it made it sound like you thought it was over.
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User avatar #26 to #24 - catpisseverdeen
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And those things with satellites have explored a lot more than anything the Russians put out.
User avatar #27 to #26 - yonyon
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I'm not stating that the USA did not contribute, which it obviously did enormously. I'm only trying to say that they are not alone and that achievements of other nations should not be ignored, as often is the tendency.
User avatar #30 to #27 - catpisseverdeen
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I guess I was taking it the wrong way. This ******* site is always quick to jump on and it's failures, then turn around and praise some other country.
User avatar #32 to #30 - yonyon
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Sorry, that was not what I was trying to say. I'm trying to "distribute" the recognition over multiple countries that contribute to space programs. I mean, how many people know that for instance Belgium produces quite some parts and engineering work for the ESA or that the Russians put the first man made object on the moon? A little competition isn't bad, but recognizing others' efforts isn't either.
#51 to #30 - stgfilitov
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why the **** are you arguing with an Aerospace engineer in the first place? To get in such a career yonyon had to study this **** for only cathulhu know's how long and other complicated **** so rockets can actually get into ******* space.
User avatar #74 to #51 - catpisseverdeen
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Being an aerospace engineer does not mean he is omniscient on all things space.
User avatar #75 to #74 - stgfilitov
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Well he obviously studies this **** a lot.