eagle on the moon

On the back of the Susan B. Anthony dollair coin is an image of a eagle on the moon! Wha-Wha-What? Is this crazy?
1) This eagle does not have a space helmet on to breath.
2) This eagle could not have flown from earth to the moon, it’s just too far.

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19 years ago

That is insanely crazy… but it makes you think, how could that eagle have gotten there, and how is he still alive? It just totally blows the mind!

19 years ago

The eagle has landed…. heh heh

Tom Saaristo
19 years ago

Aren’t there people in place to check on the accuracy of the art that is being depicted on our nation’s coinage?

This is truly bizarre, and I for one would be very interested in knowing what the U.S. Mint has to say about this eagle on the moon art.

It’s as if they are making fun of the Susan B. Anthony $1. Her coin “riddled with inaccuaracies”. Who can take it seriously?

This is beyond bizarre.

Now get back to work. 😉

Tom Saaristo
19 years ago

The other question is: Why is he carrying an olive branch? To the moon no less!

Maria said it first: It just totally blows the mind!

laura k.
laura k.
19 years ago

i like it. i’m sure it’s a reference to the first moon landing, and the eagle represents america, and the olive branch represents the fact that the moon, etc belongs to everyone. geez, what’s the big deal?

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