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The round red, white and blue insignia, nicknamed the "meatball," was designed by employee James Modarelli in 1959, NASA's second year. The design incorporates references to different aspects of the mission of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. The round shape of the insignia represents a planet. The stars represent space. The red v-shaped vector represents aeronautics. The circular orbit around the agency's name represents space travel.
originally posted by: crimsongod21
Mmmmmmkay drugs are bad.....
But honestly slow down and try to explain this all in a coherent fashion and people might not think you wear a tin foil hat that doubles as your Crack pipe.
I'm really not trying g to be rude it's just that when people post a thread that sounds like stereotypical ramblings of some one high as the moon it honestly hurts all of us. So please let's dial it back from 11 and proceeded with a calm rational explanation so we can understand just what the hell you think you found.