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Some of my long-term subscribers have asked me why I repeat some of my messages and "Take-a-Break" stories?
That’s a good question that deserves a good answer.
There are three reasons:
First, some of my long-term subscribers may have missed the initial email.
Second, Our turnover rate is 400+ subscribers per month and at that rate 4800+ subscribers will be seeing the repeated email subject for the first time.
And finally, any email message or "Take-a-Break" story that I repeat is considered well worth a second read by long-term subscribers.
So, now that we have answered the question, let's take a break from the stress of the day and enjoy a "repeat"take-a-break story.
Have a nice day, and stay connected.
The Neil Armstrong Story
On July 20th 1969, Neil Armstrong commander of the Apollo-11 Lunar Module step onto the moon and said, "That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind."
When reentering the module, he made a brief statement, "Good luck, Mr. Gorsky." When back in the USA many reporters kept asking him what was the significance of the Gorsky statement.
Many speculated that it was a message to a Soviet astronaut. On July 5th, 1995, when once again he was asked the 26 year old question, he finally replied: In 1938 when I was a kid in a small Midwest town, we used to play baseball in a field in the back of my house.
One day, one of my friends hit a ball over the fence into my neighbor's yard. I jumped the fence to retrieve the ball that had landed up against Mr. and Mrs. Gorsky's house. When I stooped to pick up the ball, I could hear Mrs. Gorsky yelling at Mr. Gorsky, "Sex! You say you want sex! You'll get sex when the kid next door walks on the moon!"
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