Look, I am a normal dude who doesn't involve in criminal activities. Life is good then in Singapore.
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What amuses me however is that while people here criticize Microsoft for not providing support for XP, they don't criticize the hardware manufacturers which haven't bothered making more recent drivers for their hardware. It's a strange double standard, especially since hardware has, if anything, more of a reason to have long term support; it's more expensive, rarer and possibly without a more modern replacement.
One of the reasons the Apollo project is so lauded is that on top of being successful at achieving what it set out to do in a very short timeframe, it also cost a very minimal amount of lives, and none of those were part of the plan. Accidents will happen, but sending people to their doom is another matter.
Plus, sending people on a one way trip is easy. Sending them there with the means to either go back or to survive once there is a whole lot more complicated, but it's also what science and engineering is all about! If all we cared about with Apollo was shooting some men on the moon, I doubt we'd have discovered and learned as much as we did.
This isn't to say the conditions weren't hard back then, but there's a wide gap between the two.