Flat World…. Ummm, No Just NO! You see when I was a kid the world had been round for a very, very long time… then again we had Nine Planets as well so who knows right maybe the people who believe this are right… someday soon it will be decided by scientist that the world is in fact… Flat.
My kids seem to like to pick topics that will make me lose my mind and go on a rant for 15-20 minutes. It’s usually about something I find ridiculous. I see, you need an example, well Selfie sticks stand out in my mind, fatalities from selfie sticks… sheesh. Then there is the poop sprayers in the bathroom, outdoor plants, The bridge to Alaska, and more recently the seagull who wouldn’t eat Gingerbread cookies properly. The flat world people though… I don’t really know what to think about this one. Are they messing with me? Maybe like the people who put on the right turn signal but then turn left? I’m really not to sure about this one. It has to be a joke right? Satellite video… you can see it, its a globe it spins…
I decided to go a different route though…. So there ya go National Geographic. I can’t say that the flat earth folks aren’t passionate… but my Mom said If you cant say anything nice….
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