I know there will be some jackwagons that will gripe and moan saying he's wasting taxpayers dollars doing this video when he should be working on the
ISS, the sames ones that bitch about our soldiers doing music videos while on deployment, there is something called TIME OFF and OFF DUTY. I'd think
this Commander would have done this while he was off duty.
He has another video he's done, more like an original song he did, probably again OFF DUTY, called Jewel in the Night, this guy has a great voice.
S&F to you OP for bringing this out. David Bowie has gotten a GREAT honor from this I'd feel
Originally posted by EzekielsWheel
That's just too damned cool! Thanks for sharing this!
Is there a chance this will start a trend? Hope so!
I certainly hope it will start a trend with the Russian cosmonauts and the younger generation who will take their places in the future. I thoroughly
enjoyed being included in this wondrous rare experience via Chris Hadfield's pictures of our precious Earth and his fun experiements.
13-5-2013 by InTheLight because: (no reason given)
I posted the following on another thread of the same topic. Didn't notice whose was first but the subject is, for me, one of splendid enjoyment.
Happiness is rarity these days and this video made me smile a lot
I was a kid when the first humans went into space and when this Bowie classic was new, I had to have a copy on an old 45...
Originally posted by TFCJay
Neil Armstrong didn't plagiarize a song, he was, however, the first human to step foot on the moon. His name will live forever. Hadfield? Not so
Col. Hadfield did not plagiarize David Bowie's song. David Bowie gave him his full blessings before the Col. ever recorded the song and even lent
Col. Hadfield the talents of Emm Gryner, who was a part of the Bowie live band in 1999/2000.
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