Red and Rover by Brian Basset for October 11, 2020

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    momofalex7  12 months ago

    Always “go” before you go.

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    Catfeet Premium Member 12 months ago

    Human urgency, canine urgency…it’s all urgency!

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    fszakaly  12 months ago

    Nice Gemini/Titan!!!

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    gokar  12 months ago

    P B 4 U GO…that was my license plate when the kids were small.

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    robertdkrebs  12 months ago

    Love rocket episodes, hey noticed no "Danger Exhaust " on Red’s space craft.

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    muffi  12 months ago

    Isn’t that always the way? Lol!

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    david_42  12 months ago

    Life in your 60s.

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    mymontana  12 months ago

    Next lift-off – you’ll be better prepared

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    MickMaus  12 months ago

    When you gotta go you gotta go. :-)

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    Michael G.  12 months ago

    Abort! :-o

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    jpayne4040  12 months ago

    He didn’t have to go earlier.

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    Tentoes  12 months ago

    By the time of Red and Rover, I would have been flying black and white Saturn rockets. “Dad, do we have some black paint?”

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    Nighthawks Premium Member 12 months ago

    that would be the Redstone rocket, which carried astronauts Alan Shepard and Gus Grissom to their suborbital excursions in 1961

    just sayin’!

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    WCraft Premium Member 12 months ago

    Space diapers?

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    raybarb44  12 months ago

    Bad form…..

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    sarahbowl1  12 months ago

    I laughed so hard! Such imagination from a little NASA box and two adorable little darlings!

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    Ermine Notyours  12 months ago

    Didn’t know it worked in reverse. Neither did Daffy Duck.

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    stillfickled Premium Member 12 months ago

    When you gotta go…..

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    SquawkTron  12 months ago

    Imagination at its finest.

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    coffeemom88  12 months ago

    I miss the excitement and wonder of the space exploration years.

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    asrialfeeple  12 months ago

    Perfect liftoff! All systems were well within nominal. Refuel and you’re clear to go in the next window.

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    PoodleGroomer  12 months ago

    The cameras never zoomed in on the capsule door. Someone might have had it open for one last relief before liftoff.

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    CharlesTarrant  12 months ago

    Nice rendering of a Gemini-Titan.

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    Kalli J Premium Member 12 months ago

    It’s nice to see Gemini-Titan getting some love! The only nit to pick is that the flames are too colorful; the Titan (“something”-zines) burned nearly invisibly. But I guess the movies have conditioned you to expect planet-shattering kabooms and phaser pew-pews in a vacuum, and visible rocket plumes.

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