New documents reveal that men initially started mission to the moon “to get some alone time with friends”

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NASA released newly discovered documents on the anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission to the moon that shows the men behind the moon mission initially planned the journey “to get some alone time with friends.” This news comes on the heals of hard hitting journalism from the Washington Post and New York Times claiming the moon mission was sexist, misogynist and discriminatory.

“These newly discovered documents show that some of the engineers and astronauts involved in the initial planning came up with the idea to get some alone time away from their wives and girlfriends,” said an insider who wished to remain anonymous so as not to get in trouble with his female supervisor. “It also seems to indicate that the infamous ‘missing footage’ of the moon landing was actually when the astronauts were playing cards, drinking whiskey, and yelling obscenities at the Russians. All of the original crew asked to go back again, but they were told to get to the back of the line due to the numerous male astronauts anxious to get to the moon and have their own alone time.”


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