Bunny and I stopped off at an antique store and there,
I saw this really cool globe for sale:
The ranged rings aren't printed on the globe—it's a clear plastic hemisphere that can be repositioned.
And because I was curious,
I placed the center point on Korea.
Not North Korea mind you, Korea!
The globe is so old that the Korean peninsula is Korea.
And that clear plastic hemisphere … I have never seen such a feature on a globe before.
And it might have been quite progressive at the time,
for it has both miles and kilometers marked off.
A very cool globe.
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