Why not? Sure, for a very specific age group in Sweden it was the name of racist rock band, but it’s actually the name of 5 different books and multiple other bands. It was a common Latin name for Greenland and a mythological concept for whatever is “farthest north”. It would make sense for Librians to be a bit tacky and name a theme park after it.
Not a hill to die on, but drains energy for those of us who know the associations and are the target of that hatred irl.
Reminds me of US roads, which tend to have this sort of names, probably for the same reasons. “Lakeview Drive”, “Rosewood Avenue”, etc.
More like an aethnography experiment in conversation with itself, noh? Certainly not a state machine or a Denton-esque construct.
This has been a question in my mind for a while. Are we just floating around, or perhaps we could have found a landmass and anchored to it? So there could be floating parts, solid ground, and reclaimed land areas.
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Good point, actually!