. SouthAmerica: This evening only 24-hour before the Shuttle lift off and they are saying in the news that pieces of the Shuttle are coming off and the Shuttle is losing more tiles from its skin. I would suggest that NASA use some "CRAZY GLUE" to keep together this 1970"s flying museum piece of technology, since it would be very embarrassing for the United States if another Shuttle disintegrates in the sky for the entire world to see it. Most people don't want to drive a car that is 25 years old, because they might be unsafe in the highway, and might not be reliable. How come NASA still flying these flying aircraft museums, when they need crazy glue to keep it together? Maybe they forgot that they are not sending monkeys into space - they are actually sending human beings inside these things - I guess you can call the astronauts the new American Kamikazes. All we can do at this point it is to wish good luck for the American Kamikazes. And hope that somehow they manage to return alive from this mission. If NASA does not have a nickname for this current Shuttle mission, then they should consider calling it: "Mission Crazy Glue." Note: Many of the members of this message board are too young to remember, but in the 1970's they had an add on our local television in the New York metropolitan area of a glue that they claimed it could glue just about anything together - and the name of the glue was: "Crazy Glue." NASA should buy a large supply of âCrazy Glueâ to keep the Shuttle together â at this point that could be considered a smart move by NASA. Regarding the date After two Shuttles has blown up into pieces â If a person is superstitious usually the number 13 is associated with bad luck â Then why NASA has programmed the new flight of the Shuttle for July 13? .