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    104 Year Best

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    Longevity

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    Translation Tries

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During the space race of the 60's, NASA decided that they needed a ball point pen that would write in conditions of zero gravity.

After much research and development the "Astronaut Pen" was produced at a cost to the taxpayer of approximately $241 million.  The pen worked and enjoyed some modest success as a novelty here on Earth.

The Russians, faced with the same problem, used a pencil.

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