“But the point is you tried to express your views and were prevented by a violent mob. So if you were an anarchist or a scientologist, or a Flat Earth activist, it wouldn’t matter, you weren’t allowed to exercise your first amendment rights and that’s shocking.”
Bobby Ray Discusses Open Mindedness Toward Flat Earth Theory on Breakfast Club Power Radio Interview and Discusses 'Lyrical' Album Ether.
B.O.B. stays the course on Flat Earth acknowledging a few of its given unknowns (e.g., ring of ice or expanded plane), and says about Flat Earth, "You can lead a horse to water but you can't make em' drink." Although they only discuss Flat Earth for the first two minutes of the half-hour show, with scant callbacks appearing here and there later on, Bobby Ray pointed out in opposition to the comment that, "Flat Earthers have no proof" that the globe model was put out by the Roman empire before anybody had been to Space, so how did they know it was globe? He also discussed Admiral Byrd as having been one of the last people to truly explore Antarctica, whom returned and mentioned it was abundant with resources, after which the Antarctic Peace Treaty was formed, and further exploration restricted. (Click Read More To Continue)
Shaquille O'Niel continues being Coy About Flat Earth on Jimmy Kimmel
Interestingly, when Jimmy Kimmel asked, "that was a joke about the world being flat right?" Shaq replies, "Was it?" Despite Kimmel's leading question Shaq went on to explain his theory, taking a healthy chunk of time to discuss both points he'd originally mentioned, and then said he was joking again, most likely so that they wouldn't take away his p.H.D. in Education. Listen to Shaq's initial Flat Earth Debut, and watch him estimate the moon distance last December!