I have quite a bit of catching up to do on these show posts. Time and tight schedules get us all from time to time and, well, I got gotten good. Episode 167 has a few nifty little riffs, if I do say so myself, on the subject of media bias and how it played out in the early reporting about the Benghazi murders. I think it’s interesting to look back at what happened then and compare it to where the story is now. Hasn’t moved much, has it? That’s by design.
I dropped a few recommendations for books you might like and Netflix fare you might find interesting in the second half. I think I’ll revisit Netflix in the near future, as I’m discouraged by the paucity of content compared to what I expect from a streaming platform these days. I lay much blame on Hollywood, which can’t seem to figure out that pennies per view on 60+ years of content is worth a whole lot more than, well, nothing.
Also, there’s still no hockey.The Delivery - Episode 167
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