In case it needs saying, I'm not a flat-earther. I'm fascinated by the belief in ideas like this, and I really do love the way that a disc-shaped earth with the antarctic 'wall of ice' all looks. But liking the image doesn't make it real.
This episode is also inspired by Toejam and Earl and some happy hours spent playing that.
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Sheep standing on the edge of the world
Yvonne: If you're going to continue to believe Crow's nonsense that you can go West and end up back where you started, I invite you to keep walking.
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