Every time I take the trip into the City (NYC) I take a look at the Intrepid moored in the Hudson River, and look for news on when they will getting the Space Shuttle they were awarded to display at the museum. I was a space geek when i was little so I'm pretty excited to be able to take a look inside a real shuttle, not that i would ever actually have the balls to go to into Space, unless it was the end of the Earth I guess... Anyway, today I'm a little sad that we are no longer living in Brooklyn, because I missed an awesome sight.
I don't think I really gave much consideration to how they were going to deliver the shuttle to New York, I guess I thought they will bring it on a flat bed truck?!? But what actually happened was much more exciting and extreme... they flew that shit in!!
The shuttle, weighing 150,000 pounds (now the fact that that was strapped to the back of a 747 scared the shit out of me, so I'm pretty glad that I wasn't in the city because I would have probably been hiding) did a double fly past for spectators, who gathered in their thousands. Amazing sight, and I wish I had been there.
Wednesday, September 26, 2018 - 10:50amWe are super excited to be teaming up with Five Points Festival and our friends at Kidrobot, Clutter, POPaganda, Martian Toys, Mutant Vinyl Hardcore, Lagunitas and more to party during the weekend of New York Comic Con 20
Monday, February 25, 2013 - 12:08pmThis weekend the Clutter Crew headed down to the Jonathan Levine Gallery for Parra's solo exhibition entitled
Tuesday, October 30, 2012 - 12:08pmAs i'm sure everyone reading this is aware, last night saw Huricane Sandy hit the east coast with historic force. A storm of such magnitute not been experienced by the east coast in centuries.