Any discussion is good.
It appears Kyrie Irving’s flat Earth theory is rounding into form inside some classrooms stateside. Remember a few months ago when the 25-year-old star NBA point guard declared the Earth to be flat while on the basketball podcast Road Trippin’? Well, Irving’s geographical conspiracy theory has apparently influenced at least a few young students in the United States.
David is a good speaker. Some may think he’s disinfo, but if he is, he’s good at it.
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Still compelling all these years later.
Good call with some interesting 9/11 and Kennedy talk around 45:00.
Every Tuesday at 6 p.m., three dozen Coloradans from every corner of the state assemble in the windowless back room of a small Fort Collins coffee shop. They have met 16 times since March, most nights talking through the ins and outs of their shared faith until the owners kick them out at closing.
Source: Colorado Flat Earth movement is spreading via technology
All children should be given the chance to question BEFORE they are told.