Rereading ‘Watership Down’

I’ve been listening to the audiobook version of Richard Adams’s 1972 novel, Watership Down.

This is my third exposure to the story. I watched the animated version when I was a kid, back in the 1970s. Then, the summer after high school (1986), I read the book. This time around, I’m consuming it in bits and pieces, mostly listening as I perform other tasks. (Today I listened to about three hours of the book, while I cut two lawns.) Continue reading “Rereading ‘Watership Down’”

CNN’s “Can you believe what Fox News said?” mode

Fox News dumps coronavirus coverage for anti-Obama conspiracy theory

CNN has embraced a narrative: That Donald Trump brought on the COVID-19 pandemic, and that Donald Trump is personally responsible for every American death (and probably every non-American death, too!) from coronavirus. 

Therefore, you really ought to vote for Joe Biden in November, right? Continue reading “CNN’s “Can you believe what Fox News said?” mode”